January 18, 2015

1946: Extreme interrogation techniques — torture — were first tested at Camp King in Germany

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The OSS (later CIA) first tested extreme interrogation — torture — techniques in Camp King where the chief physician was General Dr. Walter Schreiber, former medical chief of the Wehrmacht, followed by Dr. Kurt Blome, the former Deputy Surgeon General of the Third Reich. * Paperclip Rogues Intelligence officials in the military and CIA were obsessed with finding a truth drug or hypnotic method to help in their interrogation of prisoners of war and suspected Soviet spies. They suspected that the Communists had developed new mind-control techniques eliciting confessions from U.S. prisoners and were determined to catch-up by initiating a psychological arms race for which needed scientists who studied the human mind.


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