Iraq Interrogator Talks About Regrets
A former police officer talks about his time as a civilian interrogator in Iraq four years ago.
Eric Fair says sleep deprivation and other techniques were used to gain information from suspects. He said it was a tough job in a tough environment, as U.S. servicemen and women were being killed outside.
Fair says his experiences are leading him to go into the ministry. He talks to Madeleine Brand about the work he did in Iraq and the regret he still feels.
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