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Find Out Anything From Anyone, Anytime by Karinch Maryann, Pyle James

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Chapter 3Question Types

Questioning is a straight beam of light; we’re putting it through a prism so you can see all facets of it and the different results that can come out of the process.

There are categories of good questions and bad questions. In the world of interrogation, so-called bad questions are sometimes useful, and I will explain why in this chapter. The emphasis here is on asking good questions, but depending on your reasons for reading this book, you may have cause to employ bad questions to confuse someone deliberately or to destabilize him or her in a kind of intellectual martial arts move. The aim would be to make your subject more vulnerable to your probing. This could be true for someone in law enforcement, code enforcement, ...

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