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Detainee interrogation techniques, morning

Author: Lindsey GrahamDaniel K AkakaDaniel J BaumgartnerDiane BeaverSusan M CollinsAll authors
Publisher: West Lafayette, IN : C-SPAN Archives, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Witnesses testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee about interrogation techniques and methods used to question suspected terrorists at U.S. detention facilities in Cuba and Afghanistan. Several former military judge advocates answered questions about the use of torture such as waterboarding, sensory deprivation, forced nudity, stress positions and exploitation of phobias, as well as legal justifications  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lindsey Graham; Daniel K Akaka; Daniel J Baumgartner; Diane Beaver; Susan M Collins; Jane Dalton; Carl Levin; Joseph Lieberman; Mel Martinez; Claire McCaskill; Alberto Mora; Benjamin Nelson; Bill Nelson; Jerald Ogrisseg; Mark Pryor; Jack Reed; Jefferson B Sessions; Richard L Shiffrin; John W Warner; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.; C-SPAN (Television network)
OCLC Number: 237051248
Performer(s): Participants: Daniel K. Akaka (U.S. Senator); Daniel J. Baumgartner (Chief of Staff; Joint Personnel Recovery Agency); Diane Beaver (Lieutenant Colonel; U.S. Army); Susan M. Collins (U.S. Senator); Jane Dalton (Rear Admiral; U.S. Navy); Lindsey Graham (U.S. Senator; South Carolina); Carl Levin (U.S. Senator); Joseph Lieberman (U.S. Senator; Connecticut); Mel Martinez (General Chair; Republican National Committee); Claire McCaskill (U.S. Senator; Missouri); Alberto Mora (General Counsel; U.S. Navy); Benjamin Nelson (U.S. Senator); Bill Nelson (U.S. Senator); Jerald Ogrisseg (Psychologist; U.S. Air Force; Air Force Survival School); Mark Pryor (U.S. Senator; Arkansas); Jack Reed (U.S. Senator); Jeff Sessions (U.S. Senator); Richard L. Shiffrin (Deputy General Counsel; Department of Defense; Intelligence); John W. Warner (U.S. Senator).
Event notes: Event occurred 06/17/2008, Washington, District of Columbia.
Description: 1 videodisc (311 minutes) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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Witnesses testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee about interrogation techniques and methods used to question suspected terrorists at U.S. detention facilities in Cuba and Afghanistan. Several former military judge advocates answered questions about the use of torture such as waterboarding, sensory deprivation, forced nudity, stress positions and exploitation of phobias, as well as legal justifications for the enhanced techniques. They also testified about the role senior Pentagon officials played in developing policies for detainee interrogations and the degree to which the Justice Department and Central Intelligence Agency participated in the decision-making process.

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