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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

British troops are banned from shouting at insurgent terror suspects

British soldiers have been banned from shouting at insurgent terror suspects, banging their fists on tables or walls, or using 'insulting words' in new 'soft-touch' rules for interrogation.

Military chiefs have warned that troops are 'no longer able' to carry out tactical questioning, placing the lives of soldiers at serious risk.

The revised 'Challenge Direct' regulations were introduced after Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa died in custody with 93 injuries after being kicked and punched by soldiers in Basra.

But there is said to be growing concern within the ranks as troops believe the latest rules are so strict that it makes interrogation pointless.



Anonymous said...

Play tidlily winks

Anonymous said...

Would be better if they were shoOting, instead of shoUting.

Anonymous said...

Just drug them and get it over with.

Anonymous said...

Make them look at a photo of Pelosi until they spill their guts....

Anonymous said...

3:37 now that is cruel and unusual punishment.