Jack Cloonan, an internationally respected security expert who interrogated some of the most notorious al Qaeda suspects during his 25-year tenure with the FBI will be my guest on News Talk Online Wednesday March 12.
Cloonan, who has extensive strategic knowledge and experience in the areas of investigation, crisis management and intelligence analysis, disagrees with Pres. Bush's decision to permit unorthodox interrogation techniques of terrorists.
Cloonan says he finds such techniques counter productive, even, he says, given the so-called "ticking bomb scenario" where it's believed a terrorist suspect has knowledge of an imminent major attack.
He also believes that the terrorists will strike again, with even greater force than on 9/11. But it may be years before they do.
To talk to Cloonan at 5 PM New York time March 12 CLICK HERE. There is no charge.
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