Politics & Government

May 30, 2009 6:00 AM

For all the debate about interrogation, little research exists

The heated debate in recent weeks about harsh interrogation treatments at Guantanamo Bay and elsewhere highlights what some scientists have been warning the U.S. for years: that almost no research exists to tell interrogators the best way to get information out of suspected terrorists.

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