KUBARK INTERROGATION MANUAL PDF

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Techniques of Non-Coercive Interrogation o{ Rc sistant Sources. TH:E; COERCIVE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE. INTERROGATION OF RESISTANT SOURCES. Cold War U.S. Interrogation Manuals Counseled "Coercive Techniques" " Human Resource Exploitation Training Manual" and "KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation-July Note: The following documents are in PDF format. PDF | A careful reading of the KUBARK manual is essential for anyone involved in interrogation, if perhaps for no other reason than to uncover.


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This manual cannot teach anyone how to be, or become, . in which soma KUBARK interrogations have been conducted has not always been the product of. for Full Text of July "KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation" Manual See Chapter 5, URL: adunsexanro.gq‎. CIA-Human Resource Exploitation Training Manualpdf . "KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation-July ," were originally.

The manual allocates considerable space to the subject of "coercive questioning" and psychological and physical techniques. The original text stated that "we will be discussing two types of techniques, coercive and non-coercive. While we do not stress the use of coercive techniques, we do want to make you aware of them.

Army investigators traced the origins of the instructions on use of beatings, false imprisonment, executions and truth serums back to "Project X"-a program run by the Army Foreign Intelligence unit in the s.

The report to Cheney found that the "offensive and objectionable material in the manuals" contradicted the Southern Command's priority of teaching respect for human rights, and therefore "undermines U.

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Tise relates the history of the "objectionable material" in the manuals and the training courses at SOA. A decade of training between and was suspended after a Congressional panel witnessed the teaching program.

The Carter administration then halted the counterintelligence training courses "for fear training would contribute to Human Rights violations in other countries," Tise said, but the program was restored by the Reagan administration in He then obtained training materials from the archives of the Army's "Project X" program which he described as a "training package to provide counterinsurgency techniques learned in Vietnam to Latin American countries.

Contents of this website Copyright National Security Archive. Albarelli and this author in a article. Kelly, a code name for a Bulgarian operative named Dimitrov, was kidnapped by the CIA in the early s and sent to a secret interrogation center run by the CIA at Fort Clayton, Panama then Panama Canal Zone where he was tortured using drugs and hypnosis, part of Operation Artichoke.

There were notable early examples of CIA kidnapping as well. Munoz was subjected to loud music and bright lights for almost three months in isolation, all because the CIA wanted to question him after his son purportedly had defected to the East Germans. He was succeeded by Stephen Kappes, whose tenure only lasted until August Kappes was followed by Jose A.

Rodriguez, Jr. While the ensuing discussion remains classified in the latest manual release, a new portion was unredacted. The CIA expresses concern over what is done to prisoners or detainees held by foreign liaison services.

Security Leaks The newly declassified material shows the CIA as very concerned with possible security leaks. A released prisoner, subjected to KUBARK-style interrogation and torture, is such a possible security leak, according to the manual.The manuals describe coercive techniques to be used "to induce psychological regression in the subject by bringing a superior outside force to bear on his will to resist.

The Human Resource Exploitation Manual -- was first publicized as the result of an investigative report into the human rights abuses in Honduras. A section on sensory deprivations suggests imprisoning detainees in rooms without sensory stimuli of any kind, "in a cell which has no light," for example.

Interrogation rooms should be windowless, soundproof, dark and without toilets. Apart from this, I thought very unprofessional to have every single page mentioning the website of the publisher, and there is some minor mistyping of words here and there that aren't present in the original documents.

KUBARK — a CIA codename for itself — describes the qualifications of a successful interrogator, and reviews the theory of non-coercive and coercive techniques for breaking a prisoner. The old adage that anticipation is worse than the experience appears to also have a basis in the shadowy field of torture.

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