interrogator


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Synonyms for interrogator

one who conducts an official inquiry, usually with no regard for human rights

Synonyms for interrogator

a questioner who is excessively harsh

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The journalist said the interrogator mainly questioned her about her writings with the Lebanese Newspaper of al-Binaa.
Whenever I nodded off, the interrogator shouted loudly in my ear and woke me.
At one point the soldier briefly looks down at the floor and rubs his eyes, another interrogator throws a metal rod at him, making him flinch and then pay attention to the main interrogator again.
The family believes the interrogator should be tried for murder.
A former US Army interrogator, MARTIN OTT is the author of four
Interrogator (to a clerk): Take this down: X, describing himself
When an interrogator enters the booth to conduct questioning, it is likely that he is already a known entity to the detainee.
Not one of the complaints led to a criminal investigation against the interrogator," the report summary said.
In April, an interrogator who testified under oath admitted doing exactly what Khadr alleges - using indirect threats of gang rape and murder while questioning him at Bagram airbase in Afghanistan.
The Joint Senior Interrogator Course (JSIC) is a 15 day resident course held at Fort Huachuca, Arizona providing instruction to senior-level interrogators on additional skills; techniques; methodologies and strategies to implement approved approaches; conduct questioning; writing, reviewing and publishing reports, and professionalization of HUMINT personnel.
Drew became a household name as The Interrogator on the Trisha Goddard daytime TV show.
One was a permanent interrogator called Ja'fari and another man referred to as Hajj Agha, a religious honorific, she never saw.
The interrogator loses himself one morning peering into the mirror, searching for answers.
The document, released by the US Justice Department, revealed that one interrogator said a colleague told Khalid Sheikh Mohammed that if any other attacks happened in the United States, "we're going to kill your children".
The 2004 document revealed one interrogator said a colleague told Khalid Sheikh Mohammed that if any other attacks happened in the US, "we're going to kill your children".