What are the standard interrogation procedures used in these circumstances
by the FBI and or the CIA? Do they include videotaping the interrogation.
Personally Id be astounded if they didnt, after all, the
careful reexamination of an interview for nuances of speech, body language
etc, is a powerful investigative tool. In this respect, has any of the
photographic and video material viewed in closed session by US lawmakers
depicted an interrogation session?
29 Nov 2014: KMH writes ‘In defense of castor oil I bring to mind its recommendation by the well-known mystic Edgar Cayce: (from the ARE web site) “Castor Oil was recommended by Edgar Cayce for treating many ailments that resist traditional therapies. It can be applied as a balm for skin problems, a soothing tonic for alleviating allergies, and as a “castor oil pack.” Known to conventional medicine only as a strong laxative, this extract of the castor bean is a safe, gentle, easy-to-use remedy for virtually any illness-when it is used externally What Is a Castor Oil Pack? A castor oil pack is an external application of castor oil to the body. A piece of wool (or cotton) flannel is saturated with castor oil and applied to a specified area with, or without, Cayce readings recommend castor oil packs in general to improve assimilations, eliminations, and circulation (especially of the lymphatic system) and in particular to breakup adhesions of the lacteal glands. Although this therapy may seem unusual, it is one of the best documented. It was recommended, as part of a holistic approach, for epilepsy, gallstones, scleroderma, constipation (and other intestinal conditions)—just to name a few.” Although Cayce was quite controversial with his reincarnational accounts, his medical advice seemed to actually help his clients, although I doubt it was the panacea its proponents claimed for it.’ Thanks KMH!