Milke testified she didn't know Christopher had died until Saldate informed her of his death in an interrogation room.
Hyneman notes there was no trial, nor did Women for Afghan Women ever receive word of an interrogation of Sulaiman.
Lawfare's Bobby Chesney: So, what happens next on the interrogation issue?
Until recently, the dominant paradigms for both lie detection and interrogation were based mostly on anecdotal police evidence.
But I would be lying, and any good detective would see through me like a sweaty witness in an interrogation room.
With what modifications did the narrator reply to this interrogation?
Again, Aggie studied him with a swift glance of interrogation.
The interrogation as it escaped my lips, was half involuntary, and needed no reply.
The interrogation came with an abrupt force that cried of new suspicions.
Is it needful to state, that the original editions have, as they ought to have, a note of interrogation at "Baker?"
late 14c., "a questioning; a set of questions," from Old French interrogacion (13c.) or directly from Latin interrogationem (nominative interrogatio) "a question, questioning, interrogation," noun of action from past participle stem of interrogare "to ask, question, inquire, interrogate," from inter- "between" (see inter-) + rogare "ask, to question" (see rogation).