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Until he retired in 2007, Glenn L. Carle served as a member of the CIA's Clandestine Service for twenty-three years. By the time he left, he was the Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Transnational Threats. Despite the promotions, all was not rosy in Carle's career. In The Interrogator, he tells the story of his most troubling assignment, the harsh grilling of a man who his superiors imagined to be a top al-Qaeda operative. Carle's doubts about those claims and the interrogation methods used resulted in a dramatic change in his own life. This narrative gains new potency in the aftermath of the execution of Osama bin Laden and what we now know about its causes.