I pulled this from various sites on the net. The most common tactics of interrogation, used by the Indian police, is to beat a confession out of a suspect or intimidate the suspect into signing a confession.
My family was subjected to the tactic of intimidation. Among the many indignities heaped upon them, they were made to watch a suspect subjected to third degree treatment in their presence.
- The Lakshmana Kailas story is a prime example of the interrogation techniques used by the ham handed Indian police.
- Here is another, involving the torture of a juvenile. This is in the last paragraph
- Finally, Interpol Umapathy on Interrogation
Here is a list of the most common interrogation techniques:
- Exaggerating the strength of their case: They tell you that they have recordings, fingerprints, documents, eyewitnesses, etc. All of this may true or all may be false but you simply don’t know because…
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