Definition of interrogator
1 : one that interrogates
2 : a radio transmitter and receiver for sending out a signal that triggers a transponder and for receiving and displaying the reply
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Most innocent people have no idea that the interrogators can lie to you.
McCain and Sen. Jack Reed, D- R.I., are asking Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to investigate reports that U.S. military interrogators worked with forces from the United Arab Emirates accused of torturing detainees in Yemen.
Two senior U.S. senators are asking Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to investigate reports that U.S. military interrogators worked with forces from the United Arab Emirates accused of torturing detainees in Yemen.
Their accounts were sometimes at odds with their own correspondence at the time, as well as previous portrayals of them by officials and other interrogators as eager participants in the program.
The suspects were subjected to mock executions and electric shock and beaten with telephone books as their interrogators flung racial epithets at them.
Colbert, on the other hand, was a ruthless interrogator.
Trained interrogators could achieve 70 percent accuracy in spotting, and 80 percent in interpreting, micro-expressions.
The defense contended that the intelligence interrogators deliberately molded Khweis’ answers into something that could be exploited by the clean team.
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