Lost in interrogation

By DAN MCCARTHY  |  June 1, 2011

Crude psychological manipulations and good-cop/bad-cop provocations were the final acts of bombast and braggadocio against a Western journalist who had no usable intelligence on the rebels. As Foley was led back to his cell blindfolded, the interrogator tried to soothe Foley's nerves after noticing how rattled he was.

"Don't worry, we're not the CIA," he said. "The CIA are real killers."

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