After 3 days of harsh interrogation which included being hooded and held in stress positions, this individual, a suspected arms dealer, did not provide any information or intelligence to the people questioning him (I don’t even want to call them “interrogators”). It wasn’t until an actual, professional interrogator took over the questioning process that information was developed, in 3 hours…not 3 days! This suspect admitted to selling weapons to insurgents and told the interrogator where his stash of weapons was as well as where another arms dealer kept his weapons too. To read more, click HERE. Rapport, respect, trust, etc should not be considered “soft” skills, but rather powerful weapons in pursuit of the truth if developed and used properly.