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Synonyms for interrogation

Synonyms for interrogation

a request for data

Synonyms for interrogation

a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply

a transmission that will trigger an answering transmission from a transponder

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an instance of questioning

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He did appear for interrogation but remained evasive.
Two further houses in al-Khalil were raided and ransacked and interrogation summons were handed to two other citizens whose identity remain unknown.
Unlike the Police interrogation, interrogation by Joint Interrogation Team is considered more credible due to inclusion of different law enforcement and intelligence agencies in the team.
As currently practiced, police interrogation raises the fundamental
Next, he retells the well-known story of executive branch lawyers enabling "enhanced" interrogation techniques (EITs).
The CIA outsourced the work to two firms, with psychologists paid large fees (up to $1,800 a session) for the interrogation.
While the agency said its interrogation techniques had repeatedly "saved lives," congressional investigators found no evidence of any specific incidents.
And so dawned a nightmare era in which a CIA with little expertise in interrogation worked desperately to gather information that might protect a nation severely traumatized by the events of Sept.
I also believe that the conditions of confinement and the use of authorized and unauthorized interrogation and conditioning techniques were cruel, inhuman, and degrading.
Enhanced interrogation techniques used on terror detainees, including simulated drowning and sleep deprivation, were ineffective in gaining intelligence leads that led to important operations against terrorist groups or prevented attacks on the U.
Shortly after the attacks on 11 September 2001, the CIA drew up a list of new interrogation techniques that included sleep deprivation, slapping, subjection to cold, and "waterboarding".
The findings, leaked to McClatchy by unidentified sources, call into sharp question the administration's legal foundation for the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques.
presents a study of military and investigative ethics concerning the use of torture and harsh interrogation methods.
detention of two Palestinians to continue interrogation in spite of its
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Palestinian prisoner Arafat Jaradat, who died last week days after he was detained by Israeli forces, died in an interrogation room in Megiddo prison known for holding informers, said the Palestinian ministry of prisoners affairs.