Former CIA Operative Glenn Carle. (file photo)
“And there was loud incessant noise or a series of other sounds. Babies wailing, sounds that would appear to be someone being hit or car crashes or wheels screeching. The goal is to play upon the senses so as to disorient the prisoner,” he added.
Carle concluded not long after he began interrogating the detainee that the agency had "kidnapped" the "wrong guy" and that the man, who ran an informal money-transfer business, was not a "committed jihadist" or Bin Laden's personal banker.
The US government eventually moved the prisoner from Morocco to the infamous Salt Pit prison in Afghanistan, and then transferred him to the Bagram Detention Center, before releasing him eight years after his capture.