If they got six arrests from him through torture, I have to imagine they could have done the same through other means.
From the same article, just before the arrests are mentioned,
After U.S. and Pakistani authorities captured KSM in March 2003, he stayed mum for months, often answering questions with Koranic chants. Interrogators eventually water-boarded himĖfor just 90 seconds. KSM "didnít resist," one CIA veteran said in the August 13 New Yorker. "He sang right away."
Ofcourse, this assumes that the CIA can be trusted. I don't know what your feelings are twords them.
One case in which it works does not ensure it will work all the time, or even a majority of the time.
John McCain publicly admitted that torture worked on him. He wrote such in his 1999 autobiography. That it is a gamble is pretty much understood, but like most high stakes gambles sometimes the payout is tempting, sometimes worth it.
She said she'd ignore you if you try to debate the point after having given you her position. Like I said, she gave you something and refuses to be swayed from it.
Then further dialogue is pointless because unless it's in-line with her views, it is invalid. "You're wrong. I'm not going to discuss why, but you're wrong. Oh, by the way, I won't pay attention to anything you say to the contrary." Can we get away from this?
Stonewalling: Verb: Delay or block (a request, process, or person) by refusing to answer questions or by giving evasive replies.
I'm sure that word means what I think it means.