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Rumsfeld balked at included “use of a wet towel or dripping water to induce the misperception of suffocation.” “Our Armed Forces are trained,” a Pentagon memo on the changes read, “to a standard of interrogation that reflects a tradition of restraint.” Nevertheless, the log shows that interrogators poured bottles of water on al-Qahtani’s head when he refused to drink. Interrogators called this game “Drink Water or Wear It.”
Playing Christina Aguilera Music: After the new measures are approved, the mood in al-Qahtani’s interrogation booth changes dramatically.
Originally posted by MCory1
Hey, I'd admit to just about anything if I were forced to listen to Aguilera. Put on N*Sync or Britney and I was the second gunman on the grassy knoll; screw the fact that I was born almost 30 years after the fact, I was there...
Originally posted by howmuchisthedoggy
Be thankful they aren't playing Enya to them. Now that would be cruel.
Originally posted by WestPoint23
Am I missing something what wrong with playing music to make prisoners talk or pouring water on them?. Is everything we do to harsh? Or barbaric?
Originally posted by The Surrealist
(Mentle Torcher). ..
I wonder how people thease days can stand it, I ghess our minds have evolved, or got worse.
On a side note, some songwriters were demanding that the US army pay royalties for using their songs for rendition purposes. Talk about profiting off war. How about demanding via law that they DON'T have permission to use your song?
Right on!! They aren't even covered by the Geneva Convention so you could do anything to them!! Hey, I know! Let's ship them off to some countries where torture hasn't been outlawed! That will show the cry-babies!
Oh hang on.......you already do that.....doh!