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used in No Easy Day

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ask a series of questions of someone — typically asked by law enforcement officials or by someone in an aggressive manner
  • Essentially, we were going to have to tell the Pakistani interrogators that the United States Air Force lost a drone.
    p. 195.3
  • Gary went over to the Bainbridge and was in charge of interrogating the captured pirate Wal-i-Musi.
    p. 95.4
  • The CIA learned of Ahmed al-Kuwaiti after the interrogation of a man named Mohammed al-Qahtani, a Saudi citizen and the alleged twentieth hijacker on September 11, 2001.
    p. 164.1
  • When his fingerprints came back as the same man sent back by immigration, interrogators went to work over several months in 2002 and 2003.
    p. 164.5
  • When interrogators questioned Khalid Sheikh Mohammed about it again, he downplayed al-Kuwaiti's role.
    p. 164.9
  • Mohammed's successor, Abu Faraj al-Libi, captured by the Pakistanis in 2005, told interrogators he hadn't seen al-Kuwaiti in a while.
    p. 165.1

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