Keyword: debriefing

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  • Russia Holds Obama For Suspicion Of Being a British Spy Back In 2005!

    04/24/2011 7:12:51 PM PDT · by OL Hickory · 58 replies
    American reporter ^ | September 6, 2009 · 10:34 AM | american reporter
    Today Russian President V. Putin ordered U.S. Senator Barack Obama, who is also tight with MOSSAD, to be held in custody under suspicion of being a British operative illegally spying in Russia at off-limits secret facilities.
  • Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

    12/31/2005 6:56:54 PM PST · by neverdem · 7 replies · 851+ views
    NY Times ^ | December 29, 2005 | TIMOTHY D. WILSON
    Op-Ed Contributor IT'S navel gazing time again, that stretch of the year when many of us turn our attention inward and think about how we can improve the way we live our lives. But as we embark on this annual ritual of introspection, we would do well to ask ourselves a simple question: Does it really do any good? --snip-- For years it was believed that emergency workers should undergo a debriefing process to focus on and relive their experiences; the idea was that this would make them feel better and prevent mental health problems down the road. After 9/11,...
  • Pvt. Lynch shielded by family, doctors

    04/08/2003 9:47:14 PM PDT · by flutters · 36 replies · 228+ views
    The Mercury News ^ | Apr. 08, 2003 | DANIEL RUBIN, Knight Ridder Newspapers
    <p>LANDSTUHL, Germany -- Pfc. Jessica Lynch doesn't know that a full scholarship to any college in West Virginia awaits her homecoming. Or that her night rescue from an Iraqi hospital has made her a symbol of American daring-do and the cover girl on U.S. magazine racks.</p>
  • ILLEGAL BRAIN SEARCH

    11/09/2002 10:36:15 AM PST · by forest · 12 replies · 389+ views
    Fiedor Report On the News #295 ^ | 11-10-02 | Doug Fiedor
    Most of us understand the common polygraph. All it amounts to is a device that crudely records physiological responses. The operator makes a big deal of wiring up the subject, asks a few questions and records the physical response of the body. So, let's say the subject under investigation is like Bill Clinton, an "exceptionally good liar." What would the polygraph operator see? Probably nothing. And, that is exactly why polygraph data are not allowed to be used in court. Clearly, the results are not dependable. In truth, the most important part of a polygraph test is the interview given...