Sunday, February 01, 2004

Saddam is talking

From ABC News: "Saddam said useful in U.S. interrogation"

American officials have received useful information from direct interrogation of Saddam Hussein, a senior military official said Sunday.

The official would not say what the information was, but he said it allowed interrogators to confirm some suspicions and reject other information. Speaking to reporters on condition of anonymity, the official said both documents and the results of questioning of Saddam have allowed the military to hunt for some people involved in attacks on U.S. troops.

The Atlantic had an excellent article about interrogation and how it (at least the non-violent kind) involves wearing down a subject with time. Hopefully, this is the beginning of much more information.

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