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used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

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ask a series of questions of someone — typically asked by law enforcement officials or by someone in an aggressive manner
  • Colonel Wells and other interrogators received $500 to $1,000 each for their roles in the hunt.
    p. 186.2
  • At headquarters, the interrogator, Colonel Wells, wanted to know what had brought Mary's son and John Wilkes Booth together, about her son's relationship with the other possible conspirators, and what her connection was to the newly arrested Lewis Powell.
    p. 133.7

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