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The CIA's Secret Manual
on Coercive Questioning

"Resistant sources" can be broken with carefully chosen, concentrated psychological forces, according to the CIA's 1963 guidebook on interrogation. The "KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation" manual, declassified through a FOIA request in 1997, offers an inside view of the agency's hostile interrogation strategies — methods for inducing mental and physical agony. Throughout the manual, the CIA cites its covertly funded mind control research to explain the optimal means of making people talk. As the "war on terror" drags on without end, this document provides historical clues to U.S. programs for the ruthless torture and interrogation of prisoners.

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