Hollywood and the media would lead you to believe that every time a prisoner is interrogated by a U.S. soldier, some form of torture or waterboarding is involved. Nothing could be further from the truth. "Interview with a Terrorist" walks you through the author's real-life encounter with this shadowy profession, and explains what it is really like to sit across from some of the world's most evil men and women.
James Rosone has spent over 2,000 hours interrogating Al Qaeda terrorists, cracking their secrets to prevent attacks against U.S. and Iraqi forces. While a part of an elite Air Force interrogation unit, he helped to uncover terrorist cells operating in Europe, East Africa, and in the U.S. Homeland. All the while, he endured challenges: long hours, cramped quarters, separation from his family, and incoming mortar fire.
"Interview with a Terrorist" explores the challenges of having to befriend terrorists who have committed some of the most insane acts of barbarism in order to gain their trust and exploit their knowledge to kill or capture their terrorist comrades. It delves into the trials of returning home to a nation and family who can never fully understand the sacrifices James made, or the battle he fights each night in his mind as he tries to go to sleep. Join James Rosone as he guides you through one of the darkest, dirtiest jobs of any war. Walk a day in the life of an interrogator, and ask yourself--could you handle it?
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About the Author
Miranda Watson is a mother of two, the wife of a former military man, and a nurse. She has lived overseas and enjoys travel and photography. In addition to her nursing education, Miranda has earned an MBA