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More than 25 of the CIA's war-on-terror prisoners were subjected to sleep deprivation for as long as 11 days at a time during the administration of former president George Bush, according to The Los Angeles Times.
At one stage during the war on terror, the Central Intelligence Agency was allowed to keep prisoners awake for as long as 11 days, the Times reported, citing memoranda made public by the Justice department last month.
The limit was later reduced to just over a week, the report stated.
Sleep deprivation was one of the most important elements in the CIA's interrogation progr
Originally posted by Redpillblues
11 days??I knew crank heads that did 11 days easy...To them selves...
Yea but they had drugs in their body helping them do that you idiot. Way to try to be funny and not be even close at all. We all love sleep. Imagine just 3 days without it you'd be goin crazy.
Originally posted by dooper
In both Special Forces and Ranger training, they would ride us to keep going for a couple weeks.
I learned to sleep standing up, and I also learned that after the third day, I would not only hallucinate in broad daylight, but could even get used to that.
Constitutional rights are conferred here in the continental US, are guaranteed to citizens, although non-citizens may benefit, AGAINST criminal charges and civil torts. They do not apply to the military. They do not apply overseas. They do not apply in WAR. Get it?