Shouting is a lawful interrogation technique, says High Court – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted February 12th, 2013 in armed forces, human rights, news, public interest, torture by tracey

“Ali Hussein v Secretary of State for Defence [2013] EWHC 95 (Admin) –
Collins J has dismissed a claim that the MOD’s policy of allowing interrogators to shout at a captured person in order to obtain information is unlawfully oppressive. Not only did the complaint fail but it was denounced as ‘misconceived’ and one which should never have been pursued.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 11th February 2013