Glenn Carle, who has written a tell-all memoir about his time with the agency, said some people would call him a ‘torturer.’
He maintains he carried out all his duties within the law and within the boundaries of what he believed was morally right.
In The Interrogator Carle recalls the time after 9/11 when he was assigned to get information out of a suspected senior member of Al Qaeda.
At first Carle tries to build a rapport with the man he refers to in the book as CAPTUS.
When this doesn’t work the agency send the pair to ‘Hotel California,’ a so-called ‘black site’ or secret prison in an undisclosed foreign country, according to the book.