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to question thoroughly and relentlessly to verify facts

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transmit (a signal) for setting off an appropriate response, as in telecommunication

pose a series of questions to

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I formed a group of 22 boys on the directives from Hammad Siddiqui, which has killed 84 people," he told interrogators.
Cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment of Palestinian detainees is inherent to the ISA's interrogation policy, which is dictated from above, not set by interrogators in the field.
The report found that prisoners were deprived of sleep for up to three days, and a quarter was beaten by their interrogators.
The center added that some of these released children suffer from physiological traumas as a result of the abuse they were exposed to by Israeli soldiers and interrogators during and after their detention.
BEIRUT: The wife of a Syrian man who was killed when a bomb exploded in his apartment north of Beirut told interrogators Wednesday she was unaware of her husband's activity with explosives.
Scores of Iraqis headed to the High Court on Tuesday seeking an "independent" public inquiry into allegations that British interrogators were guilty of systemic abuse of civilians in Iraq.
American interrogators, whether former or current, have affirmed that Khaled Sheikh Mohammad, Abu Faraj al-Libi and Hassan Ghoul all denied they knew a courier known as Abu Ahmad al-Kuwaiti, who delivered letters for bin Laden.
Once transferred from the tactical team and made a detainee, the HVI becomes part of an intricate social system that involves interrogators, security personnel, clergy, medical staff, nongovernmental organizations and outside agency representatives, translators, administrators, analysts, and, most important, other detainees.
The report was based on the testimonies of 121 Palestinians held in 2009 at the Petah Tikva holding facility near Tel Aviv, with 9 percent of those interviewed accusing interrogators of using physical violence against them.
Omar Khadr told a US military tribunal, which is due to sentence him after he admitted killing an US soldier in Afghanistan, that his interrogators told him about another prisoner who had been transferred to a facility that held "big black guys" because he had lied to authorities.
BRITISH military interrogators are being trained in techniques including sensory deprivation and enforced nakedness to provoke humiliation and fear in prisoners they are questioning, it was claimed today.
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.
Of course this was just a warmup for the start of my interrogations, where interrogators targeted my body and spirit.
Hundreds of members of the SAS, military interrogators and agent handlers who served with Task Force Black, a counter terrorist organisation that operated in Iraq during the insurgency, are to be questioned as part of a major inquiry into alleged breaches of the Geneva Convention.
We were not surprised when Cheney said that alleged Christmas bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab should have been treated as an enemy combatant, not a criminal with the right to remain silent; nor were we shocked to hear him say that Abdulmutallab should have been turned over to interrogators who could decide how best to win his cooperation -- even employing waterboarding if necessary.