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The Interrogatortells the story of one of the most secret and sensitive CIA interrogations during the U.S. War on Terror. It is the confession of former covert operative Glenn Carle, who spent almost two decades working undercover and was charged with interrogating one of the highest-profile al-Qa'ida detainees since 9/11. In what is to be the apotheosis of his career in the Directorate of Operations, Carle begins to build a rapport with his subject, but he realizes something is amiss. Is this man, kidnapped in the Middle East and spirited away to one of the CIA's infamous black sites, really the prize catch his superiors at the CIA claim he is? Carle struggles to fulfill his duty to act honorably, morally, and legally while his superiors push him to deploy more extreme methods. A haunting tale reminiscent of the work of Graham Greene and Don DeLillo, The Interrogatoris an intimate portrait of the War on Terror.
Table of Contents
Preface: Lying, Honor, and the Gray World
Introduction: Which Flag Do You Serve?
Thunderclaps and Growing Leaves
The First Interrogation
Captus and Jacques
Manipulation, Intimidation, and Rapport
You Will Tell Me Things We Want to Know
Send a Courier
An Assassin Coming After Us
I'm an Interviewer Now
A Futile Proposal
Rough Him Up Some?
A Recurring Headache
Propitiate the Gods
You Will Be Taken to a Much, Much Nastier Place
Grown Weary Top Soon
The Elegant Walk-In
There Is No Way Through This
Sincere, a Dupe, or a Liar?
I Do Not Know Why Allah Has Done This
Point Zero Is Fucked Up
The Jihadi Bar
Had This Land Always Been So Bleak?
You Never Know What Is Waiting for Us
What Sins Might One Not Commit?
There's No Time for No "I Don't Know"
When to Say No
A Jaundiced Blur of Work and Fatigue
You Look Like a Ghost
Victims of Delusion
What a Poor Bastard
Afterword: Delusions, Consequences, Truth
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