Thursday, January 27, 2005


That's Hot

AP: Gitmo Soldier Details Sexual Tactics
By PAISLEY DODDS, Associated Press Writer

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Female interrogators tried to break Muslim detainees at the U.S. prison camp in Guantanamo Bay by sexual touching, wearing a miniskirt and thong underwear and in one case smearing a Saudi man's face with fake menstrual blood, according to an insider's written account.

A draft manuscript obtained by The Associated Press is classified as secret pending a Pentagon (news - web sites) review for a planned book that details ways the U.S. military used women as part of tougher physical and psychological interrogation tactics to get terror suspects to talk.


The female interrogator wanted to "break him," Saar adds, describing how she removed her uniform top to expose a tight-fitting T-shirt and began taunting the detainee, touching her breasts, rubbing them against the prisoner's back and commenting on his apparent erection.

The detainee looked up and spat in her face, the manuscript recounts.

The interrogator left the room to ask a Muslim linguist how she could break the prisoner's reliance on God. The linguist told her to tell the detainee that she was menstruating, touch him, then make sure to turn off the water in his cell so he couldn't wash.

Yes to Alberto!

Stop whining.

I don't condone any form of torture, and I don't want anyone held without some kind of due process, so don't get me wrong. I am not a Republican or Christian or a neocon or any other pro-Bush label.

I'm just tired of bitching about how horrible the USA is without any sort of perspective. Anyone who whines about USA activities towards terrorists has to demonstrate an equal amount of anger towards these people's treatment of US, or it's just more Bushwhacking. And that's getting old.
if this is infact true, all i can say is that its a stupid tactic...u can't attack someone's faith and expect to get results..they are stupid for trying that
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