AEGIX Global Launches to Transform Interrogation Training and Deliver Innovative Technology and Equipment to Law Enforcement

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 27, 2019– (Special to IACP, Booth 5100) AEGIX Global, LLC[1] today announced its official company launch. AEGIX is led by industry experts to develop and deliver mission-specific resources, technology, equipment, and training to law enforcement, humanitarian groups, militaries and allied governments around the world. AEGIX today also introduced one of its flagship offerings, Rapport-Based Intelligence Collection (R-BIC), which...

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Breaking Down U.S. Interrogation Tactics

Whether the term torture or the phrase “enhanced interrogation techniques” is used, it refers to a specific set of techniques that the Department of Justice told the CIA were permissible when interrogating detainees after the attacks on September 11, 2001. Some of the 10 techniques listed are self-explanatory such as “facial slap” and “sleep deprivation.” Waterboarding has received a great...

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C.I.A. Director Defends Use of Interrogation Tactics, Avoiding Issue of Torture (Published 2014)

LANGLEY, Va. — John O. Brennan, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, on Thursday strongly defended C.I.A. officers who carried out brutal interrogation tactics against Qaeda suspects, describing agency interrogators as “patriots” and admonishing only those who went “outside the bounds” of Justice Department rules. Speaking from inside the marble lobby of the C.I.A.’s headquarters, Mr. Brennan on Thursday challenged...

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Statement of the Attorney General Regarding Investigation into the

“O n January 2, 2008, Attorney General Michael Mukasey appointed Assistant United States Attorney John Durham of the District of Connecticut to conduct a criminal investigation into the destruction of interrogation videotapes by the Central Intelligence Agency.  On August 24, 2009, based on information the Department received pertaining to alleged CIA mistreatment of detainees, I announced that I had expanded...

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