The Interrogator

An Education

by Glenn L. Carle

The Interrogator

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The Interrogator presents the author's account of an interrogation of a suspected al-Qaeda leader, including the CIA's response to his findings and his views on how the War on Terrorism has affected the decisions made by the White House and CIA.

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In the year after the Sept. 11 attacks, former CIA intelligence officer Glenn Carle was enlisted to interrogate a man suspected of being a top member of al-Qaida. His account of that experience, The Interrogator, does not include any specifics about the detainee's name or nationality or the location. What readers do learn is Carle's feelings about the situation he was in. Carle came to believe that the man he interrogated didn't have the intimate connections or the critical

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