The most successful interrogation of an Al-Qaeda operative by U.S. officials required no sleep deprivation, no slapping or "walling" and no waterboarding...
He's the special agent who came in from the cold - and waded straight into the debate over the use of harsh interrogation techniques. Ali Soufan, a former FBI special agent and perhaps the most successful U.S. interrogator of al-Qaeda operatives, says the use of those techniques was unnecessary and often counterproductive...
Osama bin Laden's media secretary joined military jurors Wednesday watching his handiwork -- a crude two-hour recruiting video that spliced gory Muslim suffering with exhortations to holy war offered to prove the filmmaker committed war crimes...
When military officers at Guantnamo Bay, Cuba, struggled in the fall of 2002 to find ways to get terrorism suspects to talk, they turned to the one agency that had spent several months experimenting with the limits of physical and psychological pressure: the Central Intelligence Agency...
The Soufan Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Fallon as the group's Senior Vice President for Business Development. Mr. Fallon served for more than 30 years in the federal law enforcement and counterintelligence community, including as a Naval Investigative Service (NCIS) Special Agent and as the Assistant Director for Training of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)....