Bangladesh interrogation centre where Britons were taken to be tortured | The Guardian
The methods they employ suggest a great deal of thought has been given to suffering. Men are reported to be beaten, subjected to electric shocks and strapped to a chair that spins at high speed. In one room, fingernails are said to litter the floor. The taking of life during interrogation is not unknown here.
Hundreds of people have been consigned to the TFI in recent years. Among them, the Guardian has established, were a number of British citizens who were detained after Jacqui Smith, then home secretary, flew to Dhaka to press the government for greater co-operation in counter-terrorism operations.