British Soldiers Now Barred From Shouting At Terrorist Suspects – 15 December 2014

RT logoNew interrogation techniques being forced on the British Army by “ambulance-chasing lawyers” and “play-it-safe judges” are hampering the business of getting vital intelligence out of terrorist suspects, army chiefs warn.

The astonishing new rules – outlined in court papers obtained by the Telegraph – prevent military intelligence officers from shouting at a terrorist suspect for more than a few seconds, banging their fists on tables or walls and using insulting words, and that “there must be no intimidation of any kind.”

The previous ‘harsh’ policy gave soldiers the right to “shout as loud as possible [with] uncontrolled fury,” as well as aim personal abuse, taunt and goad a captive, and if necessary resort to “psychotic tendencies.”

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