TAXI TO THE DARK SIDE -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY
"Detainee's specific phobia techniques": the snakes, the bats, the rats, lock somebody up in a coffin ---
you're limited only by your imagination.
Any one of these techniques individually could yield the results of torture.
Certainly, in combination, you could reach that fairly quickly.
[Dr. Donald O. Hebb] See, if you put a person into this procedure, and keep them there for more than the six or eight days that I would think might be the maximum tolerability ...
then the price is pretty high.
[Narrator] The price is someone's sanity?
[Dr. Donald O. Hebb] Presumably, it could be.
[Alberto Mora, General Counsel to the Navy, 2001-2006] The medical literature had a phenomenon called "force drift," that made it almost inevitable that the interrogators would continue applying greater and greater increments of force to achieve their desired results.
[Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell] For example, take Secretary Rumsfeld's memo:
And to say that, "Well, look, he said that dogs have to be muzzled."