August 26, 2007--
New York Times and ABC News expose top-secret activities of former Defense Secretary Rumsfeld using "WretchBoarding" -- much harsher than "waterboarding"-- at Gitmo.·
Not satisfied with the harshness of "waterboarding" as an interrogation technique, Vice President Cheney has dispatched former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to Gitmo to supervise a far harsher technique known as "WretchBoarding." Both Cheney and Rumsfeld have declined to comment. When reporters asked Ted Kennedy for his reaction to the reports, he said, "Waterboarding, surfboarding, wretchboarding, wakeboarding, bed'n'boarding, wretchboring, lakeboarding, floorboarding -- they're all the same to me."
PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau Drawer Chief has obtained an exclusive video of this new, incredibly harsh interrogation technique, and has appended it to an ABC News video, in which the ABC News Management deemed the "wretchboarding" interrogation session "too shocking" for inclusion in the ABC video-report. (That video is available for viewing here, and more detailed information about the new technique is also here.) Even though Ted Kennedy didn't find it "shocking," PoliSat.Com has not thus far obtained a reaction from either Nancy Pelosi or Hillary Clinton on how they would feel if they were to have been targets of such highly offensive action.
As indicated in a previous report, anonymous, but highly reliable sources, have told PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau Chief, that exposing Gitmo detainees to "wretch-boarding" causes such severe trauma that they almost immediately agree to do anything to end their exposure to it. A human-rights advocate intimately familiar with the process describes it as "one of the most cruel and inhumane things that can be done to any man." He said, "I've been exposed to it-- true, I survived without any physical injury whatsoever, but just one exposure has psychologically scarred me for life."
Paradoxically, the original inspiration for "wretch-boarding" came from interrogation experts viewing news reports on July 24, 2007 (here and here), in the Google News database from July 24, 2007 through August 24, 2007, but when that link decays 30 days after July 24, 2007, one can find the same news report by searching the Google News Archives for July, 2007. (In case Google News and/or those two news sources were to exclude those reports and accompanying images -- here and here -- from their sites, PoliSat.Com has preserved archived versions of them all, but PoliSat.Com need not post such versions unless such exclusions were to occur.)
--Jim Wrenn, Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.