HOW TO BREAK A TERRORIST: The U.S. Interrogators Who Used Brains, Not Brutality, to Take Down the Deadliest Man in Iraq

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"We don't have to become our enemies to defeat them," declares a U.S. Air Force officer who led a team of interrogators in Iraq.After the Abu Ghraib scandal, American interrogators adopted a gentler approach, writes the pseudonymous author, using respect, rapport, hope, cunning and deception to obtain information. His slow-moving book profiles a group of special agents and criminal investigators ... Read full review

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Great book
Being a negotiator myself I for the tactics right on the money and work great ... Again great book

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Abu Hayder reads Harry Potter..hahahah

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Very good Political Thriller. I found the book to be very enjoyable, the blacked out lines create opportunity to use your imagination and try to think what the government didn't want published. It is a fast read and I only wish that the book was longer.

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