interrogatee

interrogatee

(ˌɪntəˌrɒɡəˈtiː) or

interrogee

n
a person who is interrogated
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Turing's proposed test, then, was to see if a computer could be programmed to fool the interrogator (who was still told that they were talking to a human man and a human woman!) into guessing incorrectly about which interrogatee was the woman at least as often as men were able to fool the interrogator.
If we identify as an interface the transaction between authority--in the person of uniformed staff, questioner or armed individual and the detainee or interrogatee, then the interface at the checkpoint counterpoints the threatening with the comic in varying proportions.
Begg, it seems, was a much-favored interrogatee. As he recalls it, Over the years, being a British Muslim held by the US forces would be something of a novelty with each new group of MPs.
"The more completely the place of confinement eliminates sensory stimuli," the manual says, "the more rapidly and deeply will the interrogatee be affected.
Clein, her lonely seat on a huge Town Hall stage facing 1000-plus listeners almost like an interrogatee, brought wonderful suppleness of bowing, ease of phrasing and subtle delineation of individual lines in her accounts of the searching G major and C major Cello Suites.
does not distinguish him from the preindictment interrogatee whose [Fifth Amendment] right to counsel is in existence and available for his exercise while he is questioned.
After all, a mock interrogatee could potentially die during waterboarding, even if only by accident.
In one riveting scene, agents cover an interrogatee's head with a garment that is repeatedly soaked with water, nearly drowning him, until the hapless man breaks free and jumps through the window to his death.
profitable; the interrogatee may actually admit to the possession of
information which the interrogatee is suspected of holding.
(79) Importantly, the Court established that an individual's awareness of restraint by law enforcement for the purposes of Miranda should be viewed from the standpoint of a reasonable person in the interrogatee's position.
"The interrogatees were held using the standard procedures, separately from adult detainees ...