The often hour-by-hour log spans a period of 50 days from November 2002 to January 2003, during which time 16 of 19 additional interrogation techniques were approved by US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld for use on specific detainees.
They included isolation for up to 30 days, removal of clothing, exploiting individual phobias and "mild, non-injurious physical contact." Such methods were later revoked.
The quizzing of al-Qahtani often started at midnight, Time magazine reports. He was woken up by having water dripped on his head or Aguilera's music played.
Republicans are even upset about this.
I ask you, why isn't Clear Channel being investigated? They've subjected us to way more hours of Christina's music than Al-whatshisname. And we're supposedly "free".
Where's the outrage, America?