InTERRORgation: The CIA's Secret Manual on Coercive Questioning
"Resistant sources can be broken" with carefully chosen, concentrated psychological forces, according to the CIA's 1963 guidebook on interrogation. The following document is a verbatim reproduction of the "KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation" manual. The document provides an inside view of the agency's methods for inducing mental and physical agony. The document cites the CIA's MKULTRA mind control research to explain the optimal means of making people talk. The document describes an arsenal of mind tricks, including hypnosis, sensory deprivation and "truth drugs." It also includes descriptions of standard interrogation practices, as well as "personality assessment profiles" used for recruiting informants, and other practices.
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