posted on May, 18 2004 @ 04:44 AM
Thanks for posting this diva.
I don't understand why that document is copyrighted.Afterall it's a government site detailing an interview with pentagon employees.
Putting that aside.One paragraph from the text.
"We think on or about 18 October there was a slide produced. And you all have probably seen that, and I think it was in The Washington Post. That
slide was posted up on the wall of the Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center, the JIDC. That slide was styled, "Interrogation Rules of
Engagement," which is a term, frankly, I don't like. Really, it ought to be "Interrogation Policy Extract," because that's what it is, it's a
summary, it's an extract. In effect, if you read it -- and I encourage you to -- it is an admonition, because on the left column of that particular
slide it lists "approaches." Now, remember I said our policy was classified? But if you look at the list on the left, you'll see the approaches
that are contained within that 12 October policy."
Reading this it seems that although the policy is classified the basic tenents of the policy have already been published in the Washington Post.The
un-named officer is basically saying that he can't say what the policy is but if we look at here we'll see what it is.
Just wondering if anyone has seen this "slide"?