Sunday, November 05, 2006

Forensic Psychology in the news

First off, let me say that Forensic Psychology is not my specialty. Second, I should point out that politics can come into play in any discussion involving interrogations (and for that matter, surveillance), most particularly when reported on by the news media or commented on by politicians and activists.

Be that as it may, the Cape Cod Times has a report from an on-going trial in which forensic psychology and interrogations are currently front-and-center. It seems to have a leftward bias from my reading ("forewarned is fore-armed", as they say), but is interesting nonetheless.

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