Politics & Government

May 13, 2009 5:53 PM

FBI interrogator calls harsh techniques 'ineffective'

A former FBI special agent who interrogated senior al Qaida captives told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that harsh interrogation techniques are "ineffective, slow and unreliable," and disputed claims by former vice president Dick Cheney and others that they helped uncover major terrorist plots.

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