Inside The CIA's Black Site Torture Room 2002 article
So the guy doesn't go according to the structure set up by the outsourced psychologists and ads his own 'finishing touches' to the site? This is a person who had no prior prison experience and allegedly no foreknowledge of his assignment. Yes that sounds so realistic. One has to ask if he had any unofficial training or experience or if he himself had a record.
The Money Behind The CIA's Torture Program 2014 article
Imagine using torture to silence someone as opposed to getting them to talk or even to discredit.
Perhaps the compliance gained is enough in itself as this is a form of control over someone psychologically even mind control could be established.
It's clear from the articles that once again mistakes occurred due to human error.
Is it right to use outsourcing? It certainly ensures no government can be held accountable and is certainly more efficient. The need for interrogation has always been part of war and it's understandable. People having a field day with it and playing around with it is unacceptable.
Can there be any guarantee that these sites arent part of unethical human experimentation such as has been documented in history or even part of continuing MK Ultra in some form? With such lack of oversight wouldn't it be hard to definitively deny such theories?