Self-Policing Interrogators

Biography
Glendale Walls worked in the Untied States Army as a military intelligence interrogator in the 519th Military Intelligence Battalion at Bagram Air Force Base, Afghanistan. He was accused of using abusive interrogation techniques and charged with assaulting and mistreating a detainee, Dilawar of Yakubi, an Afghan taxi driver, who later died at the prison. The documentary “Taxi to the Dark Side” focuses on the murder of Dilawar. Walls agreed to a plea bargain, and was sentenced to two months in prison, a reduction in rank to private and given a bad-conduct discharge.
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