Britain’s Channel 4 hired Delta Cadre to recreate the experience team of interrogations at Guantanamo Bay.
At the request of the production company, along with the usual approach of the Delta team for questioning, the table also staged a number of specific events which have occurred at Guantanamo.
In most cases, these events are staged counterproductive to the interrogation plan established by the Team Delta – a plan he had learned 80% of the intelligence required in the early hours of capture.
73 prisoners in his experience: total sleep deprivation, food and water, exposure to extreme heat and cold, up to 20 minutes in stress positions for up to 2 hours of listening to white noise … addition to any interrogation technique that is considered acceptable by the interrogation team “From any point of the waiver I signed for” Guantanamo Guide “was special, and two weeks later, when I was naked, shaved, shackled to a ball the floor, only with a hood over his head, listening to white noise cooling fan in the back, I realized how superficial “informed consent” that the term may be.
Two weeks earlier he had received an e-mail seeking students who would be willing to participate in a Channel Four documentary to investigate the interrogation practices of U.S. detainees Terror held in Cuba.
I was going to be one of the seven male volunteers from diverse backgrounds – three Muslims, a father of two children, a young worker, and a recent graduate; stronger, more firefighters in Britain, a triathlete, Thai Kickboxing champion and British for me, one of the finalists brave Oxford degree in philosophy and politics.
The test was to see how he was in a simulation of up to 60 hours with a U.S. team retired military interrogators, led by a founding member of Delta Force, which uses the techniques of formal approval of the detainees at Guantanamo Bay for information about us and do confess to the stage that he had acted with the company’s production previous week. We were hiding information and support.