Greek captain of the Tahrir Giorgos Klontzas has confirmed the use of violence on him by the israeli soldiers during his interrogation in a interview he gave to www.Omniatv.com
He specifically reports that he was handcuffed on hands and feet , very tightly which created a blood circulation problem and that in order to make him give his fingerprints he was held by three soldiers and one was holding him in a strangling way almost suffocating him.
At one point they stuck two fingers in his eyes creating very strong pain. He said that he was very calm, he did not speak aggressively and that he just requested to see a lawyer... He also confirms that some activists were very badly treated.
Imagine that. Handcuffs not lined with fur and soldiers who didn't say "pretty please".
Oh, and by the way, from Bloomberg News:
Medea Benjamin, one of the flotilla organizers, told reporters in a teleconference. There was no violence during the boarding and the activists offered no resistance, she said.
The final scene from the theater comes when the "survivors" go on their speaking tours embellishing their heroism and bravery.
(h/t Israel Awareness)