Have you noticed that since the capture a few weeks ago of Mullah Baradar, the Taliban’s second in command and being held by Pakistani forces, suddenly intelligence has been forth coming in the capture of other top Taliban leaders?
Fox News reporter Justin Fishel reports “The intelligence that led to Kabir's capture was gathered from Mullah Baradar, the Taliban’s second in command, who was picked up roughly two weeks ago in Karachi, Pakistan by a joint CIA and Pakistani intelligence operation.”
There is no restriction on water boarding in Pakistan. Is there any question that the interrogation techniques being implemented have paid off big time, saved and will save lives in the future. Is there a better endorsement of the water boarding techniques and the value of getting quick reliable intelligence to capture more bad guys?
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WHAT DOES WATER BOARDING LOOK LIKE?
The surprising thing to me is the lack of physical force or abuse used. It appears to me to be one of the best ways devised to simply get instant information when necessary. It worked so quickly on Khalid Sheikh Mohammad we saved many American lives with no real damage to Mohammad. If it were your family members and friends who were saves, what would your response be to the use of water boarding? Just think, John McCain wouldn’t have a broken and twisted body because of the horrendous torture by the Viet Cong if they had used water boarding instead.