This manual, the infamous KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation, dated July , is the source of much of the material in the second manual. KUBARK. Its purpose is to provide guidelines for KUBARK interrogation, and particularly the counterintelligence interrogation of resistant sources. This page report, classified Secret, was drafted in July as a comprehensive guide for training interrogators in the art of obtaining.
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He should have on paper or firmly in mind all the questions to which he seeks answers. On the contrary, a large part of the skill and the success of the experienced interrogator lies in his ability to match method to source.
In such circumstances the interrogator needs all the help that he can get. Whenever possible, KUBARK should secure a copy of the file or its full informational equivalent before accepting custody. A counterintellligence on sensory deprivations suggests imprisoning detainees in rooms without sensory stimuli of any kind, “in a cell which has no light,” for example.
Of the four traits listed, a genuine insight into the source’s character and motives is perhaps most important but least common. If the specific goals cannot be discerned clearly, further investigation is needed before querying starts. The CI interrogator dealing with an uncooperative interrogatee who has been well-briefed by a hostile service on counterintwlligence legal restrictions under which ODYOKE services operate must expect some effective delaying tactics.
He is not able to withstand very much pressure; he reacts to a challenge not by increasing his efforts but rather counterintelligene running away to avoid conflict. These are expanded to include reminiscences, and soon a precedent of verbal exchange has been established.
Counterinteloigence withholding, they can often be handled counerintelligence by the Mutt-and-Jeff technique discussed later in this paper.
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Though he retreats from reality, he does not want to feel abandoned. Less well known is the trick of planting two informants in the cell. Sometimes he seems unable to distinguish reality from the realm of his own creating.
It is also essential that the interrogatee know or suspect that the witness may be in possession of the incriminating information. As is true of all kkubark, some interrogators are more able than others; and some of their superiority may be innate.
If the room is also used for purposes other than interrogation, a “Do Not Disturb” sign or its equivalent should hang on the door when questioning is under way.
Defectors from hostile intelligence services, doubles, provocateurs, and others who have had more than passing countrrintelligence with a Sino-Soviet service may, if they belong to this category, prove unusually responsive to suggestions from the interrogator that they have been treated unfairly by the other service.
Kimberly rated it liked it Mar 24, Kleinman in the book, “Educing Information”, published by the Intelligence Science Board and released publicly. Has a quit-claim been obtained?
If the witness denounces the interrogatee there is no problem. The Human Resource Exploitation Manual — was first publicized as the result of an investigative report into the human rights abuses in Honduras. The use of beginning interrogators as screeners see part VI is also recommended. The interrogator should remember that he and the interrogatee are often working at cross-purposes not because the interrogates is malevolently withholding or misleading but simply because what he wants front the situation is not what the interrogator wants.
As detailed interrogation continues, and especially at the half-way mark, the interrogator’s desire to complete the task may cause him to be increasingly business-like or even brusque. The list seems almost endless – a professional manner, forcefulness, understanding and sympathy, breadth of general knowledge, area knowledge, “a practical knowledge of psychology”, skill in the tricks of the trade, alertness, perseverance, integrity, discretion, patience, a high I.
Some texts even discuss the interrogator’s manners and grooming, and one prescribed the traits considered desirable in his secretary.
Even if the file contains little or nothing but blank paper, the air of familiarity with which the interrogator refers to the subject’s background can convince some sources that all is known and that resistance is futile. These differences are more pronounced in persons from small families then in those who grew up in large families.
This principle is especially important if the interrogatee is following oubark normal life, going home each evening and appearing only once or twice a week for questioning, or if his bona fides remains in doubt.
But if rapport has been counterintellogence, the interrogatee will be quick to sense and resent this change of attitude. Wikisource has original text related to this article: Chaz Kerr rated it liked it Dec 17, The first is a specific negative reaction to the cuonterintelligence.
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A counterintelligence interrogation consists of four parts: He sometimes gratifies his feeling of secret superiority by provoking unjust treatment. When this aim is achieved, resistance is seriously impaired. The consensus of research is that with respect to many kinds of judgments, at least some judges perform reliably better than chance If this technique does not work kubarkk quickly, it must be dropped before the interrogatee learns the true limits of the questioner’s knowledge.