Believe it or not, there are various methods of interrogation – which are all basically torture – that are taught by SERE; a United States military training program. SERE stands for Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape, and the usage of such techniques is quite controversial, and a lot of people claim these are simply methods of torture instead of ways to gain information. Activists are fighting against them, saying it goes against the Geneva Convention. Here are ten psychotic forms of interrogation people rally against.
Isolation is when a single person is left completely alone. Their senses go haywire, mostly because they are without companionship, light, food, and other necessities human beings need. Anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts run rampant.
Sleep deprivation is quite common when it comes to interrogating a prisoner. Wardens keep a prisoner awake for multiple days. When the prisoner is allowed to sleep, they are immediately awakened and then interrogated.