There are reports the Obama administration is considering forming a new interrogation unit in light of torture and abuse claims under the Bush presidency. A task force has been formed in order to determine which agencies should be part of the interrogation process although the CIA and FBI undoubtedly would remain part of the final unit. Upon assuming the office of president, Obama issued a directive to create this study. There appears to be a strong inclination on those who have spent time in an Ivy League institution and then worked in the legal field to create a task force to study that which any intelligent person knows based on life experience and a limited experience in reading books.
If the president would like to save money and time, how about asking the United States armed force to adhere to existing regulations pertaining to interrogating prisoners? Or, call in those who handled interrogation in the US and British armed forces during WWII?