The Mentor must get the duped to feel they must share what they never have to another person. f o r the purpose of a meaningful ,spiritual appraisal.The assessment of individuals i s based upon the compilation anduse of psychological as well as biographic detail. we often use what we call the SEE METER which records thermal temperature to make sure all the subject says is TRUE reliable information with no withhold ...we ask about identity so we can next break identify, personal history, and the dupes intentions .
. Control: the capacity t o generate, a l t e r , o r halt human behavior by implying, citing, or using physical orpsychological means to ensure compliance with direction.
The compliance may be voluntary or involuntary.
Control of an interrogatee can r a r e l y be established without control of his environrnent.
Give the subject meaningless work activities such a scouring a bathroom floor with a toothbrush to subtract MEANING from their daily life
4, Counterintelligence interrogation: an interrogation( s e e #7) designed t o obtain information about hostileclandestine activities and persons o r groups engaged therein.KUBARK CI interrogations a r e designed, almost invariably,to yield information about foreign intelligence and securityservices or Communist organizations. Because security is anelement of counterintelligence, interrogations conducted toobtain admis sions of clande stine plans o r activities directedagainst KUBARK or PBPRIMX security a r e also CIinterrogations. But unlike a police interrogation, the CI
8. interrogation i s not aimed at causing the interrogatee to incriminate himself a s a means of bringing him to trial. Admissions of complicity a r e not, to a CI service, ends! i n themselves but m e r e l y prelu&es ts t h e zc-l;a;tion of Y-- "A m o r e information. 5. Debriefing: obtaining information by questioning a controlled and witting source who is normally a willing one. 6 . E l i c i t i n g obtaining information, without revealing intent o r exceptional interest, through a v e r b a l .or written exchange with a person who may be willing o r unwilling t o provide what is sought and who may or m a y not be controlled. 7, Interrogation: obtaining information by direct questioning of a per son o r per sons under conditions which a r e either p a r t l y o r fully controlled by the questioner o r a r e believed by those questioned t o be subject t o his control. Because interviewing, debriefing, and eliciting a r e simpler methods of obtaining i .ormation from cooperative subjects, n£ interrogation i s usually r e s e r v e d for sources who a r e suspect, r e s i s t a n t , o r both. 8. Intelligence interview: obtaining information, not customarily under controlled conditions, by questioning a . - person who is aware of the nature and perhaps of the significance of his a n s w e r s but who i s ordinarily unaware of the purposes and specific intelligence affiliations of the interviewer.