KUBARK CIA PDF

Kleinman in the book, "Educing Information", published by the Intelligence Science Board and released publicly. There have been many subsequent revelations and declassifications by the U. These include the release of the Aug. It seems likely that at least some of the redactions in the original KUBARK document concern methods of psychological or coercive interrogation that have subsequently made public. In addition, some of the redactions concerned bibliographical references, and these should be unredacted as well insofar as the reasons for any of the original redactions are not currently creditable.

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This is the oldest manual, and describes the use of abusive techniques, as exemplified by two references to the use of electric shock, in addition to use of threats and fear, sensory deprivation, and isolation. According to a declassified report prepared for the Senate intelligence committee, the manual was developed from notes of a CIA interrogation course in Honduras.

These manuals recommend arresting suspects early in the morning by surprise, blindfolding them, and stripping them naked. Suspects should be held incommunicado and should be deprived of any kind of normal routine in eating and sleeping. Interrogation rooms should be windowless, soundproof, dark and without toilets. The manuals advise that torture techniques can backfire and that the threat of pain is often more effective than pain itself.

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. In a page advising against using coercive techniques was inserted at the front of Human Resource Exploitation Training Manual.

Handwritten changes were also introduced haphazardly into the text. For example, "While we do not stress the use of coercive techniques, we do want to make you aware of them and the proper way to use them", has been altered to, "While we deplore the use of coercive techniques, we do want to make you aware of them so that you may avoid them.

A-2 But the entire chapter on coercive techniques is still provided with some items crossed out. B-2 The two manuals were completely declassified and released to the public in May , and are now available online. The Baltimore Sun was investigating "kidnapping, torture and murder" committed by the Honduran Battalion death squad.

Caballero said CIA instructors taught him to discover what his prisoners loved and what they hated, "If a person did not like cockroaches, then that person might be more cooperative if there were cockroaches running around the room" [11] The methods taught in the manual and those used by Battalion in the early s show unmistakable similarities. In , Caballero attended a CIA "human resources exploitation or interrogation course," according to declassified testimony by Richard Stolz , who was the deputy director for operations at the time, before the June Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

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Introduction[ edit ] A. Explanation of Purpose[ edit ] This manual cannot teach anyone how to be, or become, a good interrogator. At best it can help readers to avoid the characteristic mistakes of poor interrogators. Its purpose is to provide guidelines for KUBARK interrogation, and particularly the counterintelligence interrogation of resistant sources. Designed as an aid for interrogators and others immediately concerned, it is based largely upon the published results of extensive research, including scientific inquiries conducted by specialists in closely related subjects. There is nothing mysterious about interrogation.

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Travellers janual usually interviewed, debriefed, or queried through eliciting techniques. But at the outset of the interrogation, and perhaps for a long time afterwards, the person being questioned is not greatly concerned with communicating his body of specialized information to his questioner; he is concerned with putting his best foot forward. Interrogation rooms should be windowless, soundproof, dark and without toilets. The ideal solution would be to avoid all categorizing.

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This is the oldest manual, and describes the use of abusive techniques, as exemplified by two references to the use of electric shock, in addition to use of threats and fear, sensory deprivation, and isolation. According to a declassified report prepared for the Senate intelligence committee, the manual was developed from notes of a CIA interrogation course in Honduras. These manuals recommend arresting suspects early in the morning by surprise, blindfolding them, and stripping them naked. Suspects should be held incommunicado and should be deprived of any kind of normal routine in eating and sleeping. Interrogation rooms should be windowless, soundproof, dark and without toilets. The manuals advise that torture techniques can backfire and that the threat of pain is often more effective than pain itself. 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.

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