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Split seen on interrogation techniques

Navy official says many back stance against coercion

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / March 31, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- A top Navy official whose warnings about ''abusive" interrogation policies at Guantanamo Bay in December 2002 led the Navy to consider pulling its investigators out of the prison operation says his view that coercion does not produce quality information is shared by many specialists in the military and intelligence world. (Full article: 1035 words)

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