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+ - Creepy: FBI wants to "advance the science of interrogation"->

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coondoggie
coondoggie writes "From deep in the Department of Creepy today I give this item: The FBI this week put out a call for new research "to advance the science and practice of intelligence interviewing and interrogation."
The part of the FBI that is requesting the new research isn't out in the public light very often: the High Value Detainee Interrogation Group, which according to the FBI was chartered in 2009 by the National Security Council and includes members of the CIA and Department of Defense, to "deploy the nation's best available interrogation resources against detainees identified as having information regarding terrorist attacks against the United States and its allies.""

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Creepy: FBI wants to "advance the science of interrogation"

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