posted on Dec, 11 2009 @ 02:14 AM
I just sort of stumbled across this, and didn't see it anyplace. Can anyone tell me if this is real?
The detainee arrives at the interrogation booth at Camp X-Ray. His hood is removed and he is bolted to the floor. SGT A and SGT R are the
interrogators. A DoD linguist and MAJ L (BSCT) are present.
Session begins. The detainee refuses to look at SGT A “due to his religion. This is a rapport building session.
Detainee states he’s on hunger strike. SGT A explains the affects of a hunger strike on the body. SGT A runs “love of brothers in Cuba”
The detainee refused to answer whether he wanted water. SGT R explained with emphasis that not answering disrespects SGT A and embarrasses him. The
detainee said no, he didn’t want water. The detainee continues to say he’s on hunger strike.
Sorry, but if real, I find this interesting, and am gonna go read a bit more now. Any thoughts?
[edit on 11-12-2009 by ganja]