During the height of the Guantánamo Bay crisis, curator Angus Trumble considered the infrastructure of those involved and worked out this diagram. The ongoing debate about the “intensive methods” used to interrogate detainees at Guantánamo Bay begs the question: How were suitably qualified people recruited to practise them? Opinions will vary as to the most appropriate range of innate qualities and aptitudes needed to get the job done, as well as the best pool from which to select the most effective candidates. This flow chart is our attempt to reconstruct the recruitment process once the legal questions were successfully navigated in the Justice Department. It is based on who seems best able to torture us personally, without even trying.