AR 15-6 Investigation Report re: Allegations of Maltreatment of Detainees, Camp Marlboro, Baghdad, Iraq July - August 2003

Investigation into three (3) instances of abuse: one in which a looter were stripped of his clothing and released from custody; another where an Iraqi was accidently shot; and a third in which a detainee was repeatedly hit in the head with a soccer ball. Investigator concludes that soldiers were guilty of committing abuse. The investigation resulted in the Sargent being stripped of his duties. The report includes sworn statements of soldiers.

Doc_type: 
Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Saturday, August 23, 2003
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, March 22, 2005
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MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment
SUBJECT: Relief for Cause,

The Regimental Commander's recommendation that be relieved for cause is denied.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARM
Headquarters, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment
APO-AE 09322

AFZX-C-CO 23 August 2003
MEMORANDUM FOR '
SUBJECT: Notification of AR 15-6 Investigating Officer's Report
I. I have reviewed the Investigating Officer's report into alleged detainee abuse by soldiers in your platoon. I concur with investigating officer's findings. While serving as the platoon sergeant, you mistreated Iraqi detainees who were under your control.
2. I have provided you with a copy of this AR 15-6 investigation. Before I take final action on this matter, you will be afforded an opportunity to submit a reply to the investigating officer's report in writing and submit relevant rebuttal materials. I will review and evaluate your response before I take final action on this report. You will have three days from the date you receive this memorandum to submit your reply and rebuttal.
1. You are suspended from your platoo t duties pending resolution of this matter.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 2D ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT APO AE 09322
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MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: Chain of command recommendations of relief for cause of : . 5
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I. On 2 8 AUG 2003 , the soldier's company commander, , recommended that : be relieved for cause.
2. On , the soldier's squadron commander, recommended that be relieved for cause.
I On 2 8 AUG , the soldier's regimental commander, , recommended that , be relieved for cause.
4. POC is the undersigned at
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
2d Armored Cavalry Regiment APO AE 09322
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MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment
SUBJECT: Investigating Officer's Report
I acknowledge receipt of the AR 15-6 investigating officer's report and accompanying memorandum from the Commander, 2d ACR_ I acknowledge that I will have three days from today's date to reply to this report and to submit relevant rebuttal materials on my behalf.
I waive my rights to reply to this investigation in writing and to submit any rebuttal materials.
I request an opportunity to reply to this investigation in writing and submit rebuttal materials on my behalf.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
80 Combat Engineer Company, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment
Camp Dragoon, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09322-2381

AFZX-CB-EN 27 August 2003
MEMORANDUM FOR COMMANDER, 2ND ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
SUBJECT: Response to 15-6 Investigation
During the first week of June 2003, we first detained looters from the back of Camp Marlboro. At the time
we (EN 27,EN22) took the looters to the CMOC, they told us they could not take them at the time, and told
us to take them out and scared them. I told my translator to tell the looters they are going to the jail. After
we told them they are going to jail, we took them to their house next to Camp Marlboro, turned them over
to their family, and witnessed the detainee's father beat them front of us. When I saw this, I told all my
squad leaders when we detain any looters we will take them back to their family. The second time we
detained looters, I took them back to their house located down an ally. I didn't feel comfortable going
down the alleyway and I didn't want my platoon to get ambushed, sol decided that the next time we
detained looters I wasn't going to take them back to their house.

In mid June 2003, my platoon was on a mission to retrieve copper wire and drop off in the back of Camp Marlboro. We again detained looters from the back of Camp Marlboro. Instead of taking them to their house, I took them to the CMOC. At the time our ROE was not to shoot the looters. Only time we were authorized to shoot or kill anyone was when we felt our life or another soldiers' life was in danger, i.e.; someone is pointing weapon at you or get shoot at. That's what I understood about our ROE. It wasn't true because Bulldog element shot and killed one tooter, and wounded at least two other people. When they shot and killed the looter, they put the dead body on the hood of a vehicle and took the body into Al-Thawra. When I took the looters from the back of Camp Marlboro I could have shot and killed them when they tried tb to run, but I didn't. I attempted to turn them over to Bulldog elements and let them take care of it. When I walked into the CMOC (same location as Bulldog TOC) I saw and told him I have detained the looters for them. At that time ( told me, "just take them back and beat the fuck out of them". I was shocked at what he just told me to do. was standing next to me and heard what was said I walked out and told the squad leaders what ; had just told me. I was going to just take. them out of Camp Marlboro and release them. At that time E said, if you want to teach them a lesson, why don't you strip them and send them away. When told me I really wasn't thinking
about striping the looters, but while I was taking the looters to the back of the camp, I realize these looters will return and possibly be killed by Bulldog elements. I didn't want that to happen to them, so when we stopped at the back of Camp Marlboro there was an empty building we went to. I wanted to just release them but I feared that they would return. I made a bad decision and told to strip the detainee I know that it was not the right thing to do, but at the same time I wanted for the detainee to never want to return to our camp to steal. I never saw the same looters again after that striping.
On 3 July 2003 we had a mission to pick up sodas for the squadron July party. When we were coming back from picking up the sodas we saw looters at the back of Camp Marlboro. We tried to detain them, but they got away. EN22 had a flat tire, so I told EN22, EN23 to return back to camp. When EN23 came in to our AO, . told me he had detained a looter after all. I told him we would just take him back later since dinner chow was almost ending. I told them to go to the chow, then we will take the looter back to the CMOC. didn't want to eat so he stayed back and watched the detainee. After I returned from chow, I was sitting on my cot, " - told me , was bouncing a soccer ball on the detainees'
head. I went to the back of the AO and asked : what the hell he was doing and told him not to dot that again. We took the detainee to the CMOC. When the entire platoon was back at our AO, I told them we would not abuse or miss treat detainees. When we do pick up any detainees in future we will just
take them to the COMC.
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Around mid July 2003, while we were returning from the RTOC, I saw a F n on the top of the telephone pole cutting wire. We stopped and detained them. I was with EN26, SIGO, when I detained the individuals and took them to the CMOC turning them over to Bulldog elements.
On 19 July 2003, we were going to the ASP. I saw a person pointing to a vehicle and copper wire on the sidewalk. It looked Like someone stole the wire. I told EN2 I, EN22 to stop. When I walked up with my translator to try to find out where they got this copper wire, my translator told rue it was stolen_ I was trying to talk to the Iraqi citizen who owned the vehicle to find out where he got this wire from when he tried to push are or grab me. I felt like he was going for my weapon. I grabbed him and told my Driver to hand cuff him. While we were trying to put the handcuffs on, I heard gun shots coming from my left. I told
stay and cuff the detainee. When I walked over to the vicinity , the gunshot came from, I saw a person with an AK-47 ready to shoot again. The individual was aiming at EN21, I fired 3 shots and took him down. When I walked over to the body, I saw that it was a female, she was trying to get to the AK-47 she dropped. I took the AK-47 and took her to Camp Marlboro. a gave the shooter first AID, and she lived. Later we found out, from our translator who escorted the women through the medical channels, that the woman's brother was the shooter. After he ran she thought he was shot and brought out another AK-47. I feet that if I had not taken the actions I did, that She would have shot and possibly killed members of my platoon who could not see her_ I know that what I did was wrong, I made a bad judgement call on stripping the looters. fiam ready to take responsibility for my action.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
84th Combat Engineer Company, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment
Camp Dragoon, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09322-2381

AFZX-CB-EN 28 August 2003
MEMORANDUM FOR COMMANDER, 2 ND ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
SUBJECT: Response to 15-6 Investigation
was assigned to _ about two weeks after I took over as the Platoon Leader. Since his first day, he has meatored and coached me to be a leader. His emphasis on taking care of the soldier and living the Army values has set a base for my development as an officer. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, has demonstrated his ability to react to any situation, ranging from helping a depressed soldier to calming upset citizens of Iraq. When the platoon started detaining looters, was the first to make sure they were treated right. He would give water to the thirsty and when informed of possible mistreatments, he talked to the platoon to make sure it would not happen. For a brief period looters were being shot when looter on the back of Camp Marlboro. When told to rough up, scare, and release detainees ' felt it necessary to embarrass them to the point they would not return to loot and possibly get shot. His decision was to make he detainee strip and walk home nude. The decision may not have been the best, but it worked. y is aware that he made a bad choice, but in that choice had, saving the lives of the looters in his mind. He is a great asset to the platoon and should not be punished to the point of losing his position as Platoon Sergeant.
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United States v. — Redacted Charge
VIOLATION OF THE UCIVIJ, ARTICLE 92:
SPECIFICATION 1: In that . /, U.S. Army, at or near Baghdad, Iraq, between 15 January 2003 and 15 July 2003, was derelict in the performance of his duties in that he willfully directed his soldiers to strip all clothing from a detainee, a person whose name is unknown, and release said detainee naked in public, when it was his duty not to do so.
SPECIFICATION 2: In that , U.S. Army, at or near Baghdad, Iraq, between 15 January 2003 and 15 July 2003, was derelict in the performance of his duties in that he willfully failed to process through the Civilian Military Operations Center (CMOC), a detainee in his custody; a person whose name is unknown, when it was his duty to do so.
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UNITED STATES
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v. ) PRETRIAL AGREEMENT
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(OFFER TO PLEAD GUILTY)
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8 January 2004
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I. I, • , the accused in a court-martial now pending, haveexamined the charges preferred against me, and all of the supporting evidence thus far provided by the government. After consulting with my defense counsel, --
and being fully advised that I have a legal and moral right to plead not guilty and to place the burden of proving my guilt beyond a reasonable doubt upon the prosecution, I offer to plead guilty to the following offenses:
CHARGE ARTICLE SPEC PLEA
92 I Guilty
2 Guilty

2. I offer to plead guilty, provided that the convening authority will approve the terms attached hereto as Appendix I. I understand that the terms of the Appendix are binding upon the convening authority only if my plea is accepted and if findings and sentence are entered pursuant to that plea. In offering to plead guilty, I state the following:
a.
I agree upon acceptance of this offer, to enter into a written stipulation of fact with the trial counsel as to the circumstances of the offenses. • This stipulation may be used pursuant to this agreement to determine the providence of my plea and to inform the summary court martial officer of matters pertinent to an appropriate sentence. If my plea is not accepted, this offer to stipulate and the stipulation is null and void.

b.
This offer to plead guilty originated with me, and no person or persons have made any attempt to force or coerce me into making this offer to plead guilty.

c.
My defense counsel has advised me of the meaning and effect of my guilty plea, and I understand the meaning and effect thereof.

d.
I understand that I may request to withdraw this plea at any time before sentence is announced, and the summary court martial officer determines whether the request should be granted.

e.
I further understand that this agreement may become null and void upon the occurrence of any of the following events:

UNITED STATES

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v. APPENDIX I TO
OFFER TO PLEAD GUILTY
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1, f, offer to plead guilty as stated in the Offer to Plead, provided the convening authority agrees to refer my case to a summary court martial. As part this offer to plea any other lawful punishment adjudged at the summary court martial may also be approved.

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i) failing to agree upon the contents of a stipulation of fact with the trial counsel;
ii) my withdrawal from the agreement prior to trial;
iii) the refusal of the summary court martial officer to accept my plea of guilty.
3.
This agreement shall not be affected by dismissal of any specifications or charges by the summary court martial officer or upon motion by defense counsel.

4.
I agree to be tried by a summary court martial officer. By doing so, I freely choose not to exercise my forum right to have a panel of officers, commissioned or warrant, or a panel consisting of at least one-third enlisted members, to decide my guilt or innocence and determine an appropriate sentence.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST ARMORED DIVISION
BAGHDAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT COMPLEX
UNIT 93054
REPLY TO • APO AE 09324-3054
AFI EtirION
E JM 7084
AETV-THZ
MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment, 1 St Armored Division
SUBJECT: United States v.
1.
I have reviewed the redacted charge. The accused now faces two specifications of willful dereliction under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

2.
I have also reviewed the offer communicated by defense counsel dated 8 January 2004. The accused has agreed to plead guilty as charged at a summary court-martial.

do not accept the accused's offer to plead guilty.
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15-6 Report
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REPORT OF PROt "INGS BY INVESTIGATING OFFICER/60—RD OF OFFICERS
For use of this form, see AR 15-6; the proponent agency is OT._ •
IF MORE SPACE IS REQUIRED IN FILLING OUT ANY PORTION OF THIS FORM, ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS
SECTION I - APPOINTMENT
Appointed by
(Appointing authority)
On 28 JULY 2003 (Attach enclosure 1: Letter of appointment or summary of oral appointment data.) (See para 3-15, AR 15-6.) (Date)
SECTION II - SESSIONS
The (investigation) (board) commenced at Camp Marlboro, Baghdad, Iraq at (Place) (Time)
on 29 July -8 Aug 03 (If a format board met for more than one session, check here D. Indicate in an inclosure the time each session began and ended, the place, persons present and absent, and explanation of absences, if any.) The following persons (members, respondents, counsel) were present: (After each name, indicate capacity, e.g_, President, Recorder, Member, Legal Advisor.)
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The following persons (members, respondents, counsel) were absent: (Include brief explanation of each absence.) (See paras 5-2 and 5-8a, AR 15-6.)
The (investigating officer) (board) finished gathering/hearing evidence at 18001u-s on 8 August 2003
(Time) (Date)
and completed findings and recommendations at 1600hrs On 10 August 2003
(Circe) (Dole)
SECTION III - CHECKLIST FOR PROCEEDINGS
A. COMPLETE IN ALL CASES YES NO' NA
1 Inclosures antra 3-15, AR 154)
Are the following inclosed and numbered consecutively with Roman numerals: (Attached in order listed)
a. The letter of appointment or a summary of oral appointment data? X
b. Copy of notice to respondent, if any? (See item 9. below) I X
c. Odle correspondence with respondent or counsel, if any?
d. All other written communications to or from the appointing authority? X
e. Privacy Act Statements (Certificate, if statement provided orally)? X

1- Explanation by the investigating officer or board of any unusual delays, difficulties, irregularities, or other problems X
encountered (e.g., absence of material witnesses)?
g. Information Is to sessions of a formal board not included on page 1 of this report?
I X
h. Any other significant papers (other than evidence) relating to administrative aspects of the investigation or board?
.00TNOTES. t Explain alt negative answers on an attached sheet. Zt Use of the NIA column constitutes a pastrive representation that the circumstances described in the question did not occur in this investigation or beard.
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Exhibits (para 3-15 AR 15-6) YES NOY 1%/A1
Minx

MIEN

x xx
a.
Are all items offered (whether or not received) or considered as evidence individually numbered or letterer,
exhibits and attached to this report?

b.
Is an index of all exhibits offered to or considered by investigating officer or board attached before the first exhibit?

c.
Has the testimony/statement of each witness been recorded verbatim or been reduced to written form and attached as
an exhibit?

d.
Are copies, descriptions, or depictions (if substituted for real or documentary evidence) properly authenticated and is
the location of the original evidence indicated?

e.
Are descriptions or diagrams included of locations visited by the investigating officer or board (para 3-6k AR 15 -6)?

f Is each written stipulation attached as an exhibit and is each oral stipulation either reduced to writing and made an
exhibit or recorded in a verbatim record?

X
g. If official notice of any matter was taken over the objection of a respondent or counsel, is a statement of the matter
of which official notice was taken attached as an exhibit (para 3-16c1, AR 15-6)?

3 Was a quorum present when the board voted on findings and recommendations (paras 4-1 and 5-2b, AR 15 -6)7
B. COMPLEXE ONLY FOR FORMAL BOARD PROCEEDINGS (Chapter 5, AR 15 -6)
4 At the initial session, did the recorder read, or determine that all participants had read, the letter of appointment (pare 5-3b. AR 15 -6)?
5 Was a quorum present at every session of the board (para 5-2b, AR 15 -6)?
6 Was each absence of any member properly excused (para 5-2a, AR 15 -6)?
7 Were members, witnesses, reporter, and interpreter sworn, if required (para 3-1, AR 15 -6)?

8 If any members who voted on findings or recommendations were not present when the board received some evidence,
does the inclosure describe how they familiarized themselves with that evidence (para 5-2d, AR 15 -6)?

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C. COMPLETE ONLY IF RESPONDENT WAS DESIGNATED (Section II, Chapter 5, AR 15 6)
9 Notice to respondents (para 5-5, AR 154):
a.
Is the method and date of delivery to the respondent indicated on each letter of notification?

b.
Was the date of delivery at least five working days prior to the first session of the board?

c.
Does each letter of notification indicate —

(1)
the date, hour, and place of the first session of the board concerning that respondent?

(2)
the matter to be investigated, including specific allegations against the respondent, if any?

(3)
the respondent's rights with regard to counsel?
. (4) the name and address of each witness expected to be called by the recorder?

(5)
the respondent's rights to be present, present evidence, and call witnesses?

d.
Was the respondent provided a copy of all unclassified documents in the case file?

e.
If there were relevant classified materials, were the respondent and his counsel given access and an opportunity to examine them?
10 If any respondent was designated after the proceedings began (or otherwise was absent during part of the proceedings):

a.
Was lie properly notified (para 5-5, AR 154)?

b.
Was record of proceedings and evidence received in his absence made available for examination by him and his counsel {para 5-4c, AR 15 -6)?
11 Counsel (para 5-6, AR 15 -6):

a.
Was each respondent represented by counsel?
Name and business address of counsel:

(ff counsel is a lawyer, check here . )
b.
Was respondent's counsel present at all open sessions of the board relating to that respondent?

c.
If military counsel was requested but not made available, is a copy (or, if oral, a summary) of the request and the
action taken on it included in the report (para 5-617, AR 15 -6)2

12 If the respondent challenged the legal advisor or any voting member for lack of impartiality (pare 5-7, AR 15 -6):
a.
Was the challenge properly denied and by the appropriate officer?

b.
Did each member successfully challenged cease to participate in the proceedings? 13 Was the respondent given an opportunity to (pare 5-8a, AR 154):

a.
Be present with his counsel at all open sessions of the board which deal with any matter which concerns that respondent?

b.
Examine and Object to the introduction of real and documentary evidence, including written statements?

c.
Object to the testimony of witnesses and cross-examine witnesses other than his own?

d.
CAI witnesses and otherwise introduce evidence?

e.
Testify- as a witness?

f.
Make or have his counsel make a final statement or argument (para 5-9, AR 15 -6)?

If requested, did the recorder assist the respondent in obtaining evidence hi possession of the Government and in
arranging for the presence of witnesses {pare 5-8b, AR 15-6)?

5 Are all of the respondent's requests and objections which were denied indicated in the report of proceedings or in an iriclosure or exhibit to it (pare 5-11, AR 154)?
?DOINOTES: if Explain all negative answers on an attached sheet. ii Use of the NM column constitutes a positive representation that the circumstances described in the question did not occur in this investigation
or board
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'.CTION IV FINDiNGS {para 3-10, AR 15-6)
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Vlie (investigating officer) (board), having carefully considered the evidence, finds:
find that soldiers of 2nd Platoon, 84th Engineers Company have committed detainee abuse. (6)) (3,)

Ile first incident was on or about the middle of June 03. An Iraqi civilian was detained in the fields behind Camp Marlboro. The Iraqi
A'as trying to steal copper wire. He was arrested by members of 2nd Platoon. The detainee was then brought to the Civilian Military
)perations Center (CMOC) for processing into the detention center. Upon 2nd Platoon's arrival at the CMOC, - told the Platoon
sergeant' that he did not want any detainees at the CMOC. It was better for him to take the detainee away and to release
rim_ t recommended that the detainee be scared, beaten, or whatever the Platoon wanted to do to him then
lecided to take the detainee to an abandoned building behind Camp Marlboro. When they arrived . c ,, an ; C
took the detainee in.side the building_ They yelled and screamed at him. r gave an orcer to z n) remove all
he clothing of the detainee. removed the detainee's clothing. released the detainee after an of his clothing was
emoved. Exhibits M, T, & U support Mese facts.
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Ilse second incident occurred a few days to a week later. The Platoon had detained two looters Irving to steal copper wire. They took the letainnes to the same building behind Camp Marlboro. : .a took the two detainees into the minding. ' j told to remove all of the clothing of the detainees. The detainees were released once all of their Aothing was removed. Exhibits A, D, E, M, 0, Q, T, & U support these facts.
rhe third incident occurred on the 3rd of July. The Platoon was tasked to get sodas for the Squadron's fourth of July party. On their way Sack to Camp Marlboro with the sodas, they were tasked to chase looters away from the back fields. ENG23 captured a looter. ENG23 Nas then told to take the detainee back to the Engineers barracks on Camn Marlboro. ENG23 arrived at the barracks and the detainee was emoved from the back of the truck and placed up against the wan_ ' . bounced a soccer ball off the head of the detainee. He was --eprimanded by both and y. In addition, i admitted to hitting the detainee and stated in his sworn naternent that others also hit the detainee. Exhibits B, D, E, G, II, J, K, L, M, 0, Q, R, T, U, Z, & AA support these facts.
three soldiers wrote sworn statements of the use of an M34 blasting device to shock Iraqi detainees. Exhibits B, 1), L W, & Y supporthese statements _ However, during further investigation, the accused denied any use of the M34 blasting device to shock any Iraqi letainee. Exhibits M, U, V, X, &, Z support these statements.
n addition, during the course of this investigation, _ , was implicated in numerous alleged questionable actions. These alleged actions are serious and are detrimental to the overall mission. Exhibit T supports this statement.
SECTION V -RECOMMENDATIONS (para 3-11, AR 15 -6) n view of the above findings, the (investigating officer) (board) recommends: At a minimum the unit:
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t. Enforce patrol and mission debriefs at the Troop level at a minimum. For more significant events a debrief should be conducted by the 3-2.
). Reprimand for his poor judgement, lack of battlefield composure, and loss of military discipline and professionalism as a;enior noncommissioned officer. Continued performance like this could result in an uprising of the citizens of Iraq against US Forces
;_ Refine and clarify the ROE and treatment of detainees. Conduct a stand down day to refocus the Troops and establish clear procedures 'or processing detainees. ti
I. Appoint an Investigating officer in commensurate grade or higher to conduct an inquiry of alleged actions.
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S"ON VI - AUTHENTICATION (para 3-17, AR 15-6)
THIS REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS IS COMPLETh AND ACCURATE. (If any voting member or the rder fails t sign here or in Section VII 'letow, indicate the reason in the space where his signature should appear.)
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(Member) (Member)
(Member) (Member)
SECTION VII - MINORITY REPORT (pare 3 ,13, AR 15-6)
To the extent indicated in Inciosure , the undersigned do(es) not concur in the findings and recommendations of the board.
(in the inclosure, identify by number each finding and/or recommendation in which the dissenting memberfs) do(es) not concur. State the reasons for disagreement. Additional/substitute findings and/or recommendations may be included in the inclosure.)
(Member) (Member)
SECTION VIII - ACTION BY APPOINTING AUTHORITY (para 2-3, AR 15 -6) The findings and recommendations of the (investigating officer) (booed) are (approved) (datappreeded) (approkedteddlafiallakvittionsi 1s). (If the appointing authority returns the proceedings to the investigating officer or board for further proceedings or :orrective action, attach that correspondence (or a summary, of oral) as a numbered incfosure.)
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Headquarters, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment
Unit 92401
APO AE 09322-2401

AFZX-C-CO 28 July 2003
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: Appointment of Investigating Officer
_ . , you are hereby appointed an investigating officer pursuant to AR 15-6 to conduct an informal investigation into the circumstances involving alleged detainee abuse by soldiers assigned to the 84 th Engineer Company_
2_ In your investigation, all witness statements will be sworn. From the evidence, you make findings of fact.
3. Submit four copies of your findings on DA form 1574 to this headquarters, ATTN: AFZX-C-RS I, within 3 days.
FOR THE COMMANDER:
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Section A. Rights
The ioves.tioator whose came annearn !wino, told me thairasne is with the United States Army
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Anything 1 say or burr be used as 21AO2Ore against me in a criminal trial.

3.
(For personae/ nbject of t1CM.1 I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, daring, an d after questioning and to have a lawyer present withriv
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at n eexpense to the Government a r a miEtary lawyer detaifed for me at no expense tome.
or both.

•Or •
rer cisiNens net sabiect to the 11CALI) I have the right to talk privately to o lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to hare a lawyer present with
roe during questioning. I understand tramthis lawyer can be acre that I arrange Tor at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one. a lawyer

• will be appointed for me before any questioning begins.
4. If I am now wgEn g to discuss the offensefs) under investigation, with or without a lawyer orn_sent, I have a right to stop answering questions al any time, or
speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I-sign the waiver below.

COMMENTS frontinte ore (erose see;
Section R. Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above./ am now willing to discuss the offenseisi under investigation and make a statement 'Minn ISt talking to ; lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES (if available] Mg NATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
la. NAME (Type or Print/
. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS ANT) PHONE . • — •,,-. =wwilGIatif
" is. Y...1 —
Zi NAME hype or Mat) 6. rpm vi MOM F.C12drro•r•in.,,.... I. -,-
".

ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
L. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE INVESTIGATOR`
ifil ¦i 112 e4 ? • biliv,5---Section C. Non-wrahrer
1.Ido not want to give up my rights 0 I want a lawyer 0 I do not want to he qua stione d or say anything
2. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE FO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (04 FORM 28231 SOBSEIVIMY EXECUTED BY THE SUSFECIACCOSED
A
0SIIPA 201
DA FORM 3881, NOV 8g EDITION OF NOV B4 IS OBSOLETE
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TS WARNING PROCEDUR AIVER CERTilit.._ me of this form see AR 190-30; the proponent agency is COCSOPS ( ,. . -. 1
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTILDROI: PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: ROUTINE USES: DISCLOSURE: . . Title W. United States Code, Section 30 121g1 To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by witch information may be accurately identified. Your Social Security Number is used as an additionallaiternate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval. Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary-
£. ,, LOCATION. , . . i. GAS% liet r khe) CD /Z AtiZ &tioicor :11= 1-64_ 5. 1NAME [taw, First, AN _ , , -• SSN 3, nnericrstATLIS Dig TE I 4i135 G. ORGANIZATtnas ria amiEss . . • . - TIME 0415 his r. cr FITE NO. • .
PART I - RIGHTS IIVAIVERIAION-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
The invextium,..6...... ,.. i ...t4 .--14-74,11, e is with the United States Army . and wanted to guest:ion me abaft the folierring of f ensets) of which I am suspectedlaccutod: SA¦1_ . k... t .8P,c . C: N'l ..tr....C.c i e , i:5crsJel•t-t----­5---------­a---Cem..C:II B eforefsile asked me any questions about thaffonsetsl. hovever(Ishe made it dear to me that them the fallowing rights: Ida nal have to answer any Question or say anything. , . • 2. Anything (say ar do ten he used as evidence against ate in a crininai trial 3. IFor personnel subject era 1.ICMJ I bars the right to talc privately to a Sawyer before, during, and after ;nest -lofting and to have a lawyer present with ma during questioning:Ms lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange far at no expense to the Government en a military lawyer detailed for me at nee xpert.se to me. err bat. -- D r • tiOr &Naas got sateen' to the unto I have the right to talk privately tea lawyer before, during, and after questioning and In trove a lawyer present with me during Auestioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that !arrange for at my own expense, or it I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer el be appointed for me before any.questioning begins. 4. If t ern cow wilting to discuss the offeriselsi under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to slap answering ouesfions at any time, ar speak privately with a layover before answering further, even if I sip the waiver below.
COMMENTS ‘Coatinee no reverse side) ,
Section B. Waiver
I understand my rights as staled above. I am new willing to discuss the offentaisI under investigation and make a Statement without talking la a lawyer first anti without having a lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES lif aveafriel 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
NAME !Type at Ping) -- , . - . . ,
h. °ROAM/ATKIN DR ADDRESS AND PHONE ------''''' rW"-7-­rl. SIG TURE OF INVESTIGANft
2a. NAME (Type or Fria! . . . _ . . --......___ .01 4.-0060-ir I 0 -•- ­1 / --•,....--ix tr -•-•.-5. TYPED NAME OF INVESTIGWR .e, I / .1 --, . .-,...... •"]'
ORGANIZAT/ON OR AOORESS AND PHONE S. ORGANIZATION Of INVESTIGATOR
64rilly ghei tiloaa 2:;4 di(ef'
Section C. Non-waiver
I do not want to give up my rights 0 / want a Farm 0 Ida not want to he questioned or say anything
Z. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (174 FORM 28231 SUBSEGIIENTlY EXECICTEU BY THE SLISPECTIACCUSEO DA FORM 3881, NOV 89 EDITION OF NOV 84 IS OBSOLETE USAPA tai

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IIIR °main ricinrr ntirrritare aura PCDTIEh
'siS, Ilr tifill711117 7-11174.41.174/717.1.. ft 7 7,7•77 CERTIE
- - 01 77 7.e. • . '-
se of this form, see AR IS0•30; the proponent agency is .OOSOPS
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT I. ... 'r \ ) ( 1)
AUTHORITY: Title IR. United States Cede, Section 33121g)
PRIIIICIPAL PURPOSE To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
ROUTINE USES: Your Social Security Neater is used as an additionatfaiteroate means of identification to facilitate Ulm and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE: DiscloSure of your Social Secutily Number is vohintary.

FILE NO.
I . LOCATION Z. DATE 3. TIME 4.
.... a.— ""morAllp -111 41:Q,. i " vi.,- 0 3 IS : gr .
5. NAME (Cast; first MI ORGANIZATION MADNESS
/
5. bsN GRADEISTATUS
PART f - RIGHTS WAIVERIN ON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
. The investig whys name appears /Icnv told me thattahe is with the United States Awry
_ . , and wanted to question me about the fonowing offensels)af which I am

suspectedfaccusect 564f,pk,% 4 ..i-t..e.-0.1.4%,e.% cod le...0-,* ..1-frs,' eii4srns
e 4
Before fly asked me any questions about t& offonsetsLhoweveirgishe made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
Ido not have to answer any question or any anything.

2. Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against main a criminal trial.
3. IFo. rpersonne subject We IleRLI I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during. and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange far at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to ma,
ar both
•or -

t
(For defiles not sabAct to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with
me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that I arrange for at ray awn expense, or if t comet afford a lawyer and want one, a -lawyer
will be appointed for me before any questioning begins.
4. if I am now lulling to discuss the darnels) odor investigation. with or without a lawyer prase I have a right to slop answeringQuestions at any titre, or
speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if t sign the waiver below.

•-,
5. COMMENTS (Camique an rervrse sfdel
¦ 1
Section B. Waiver
1 understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing lo discuss the offense(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES lff avadableI 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWIEE
Ia. NAME (type ot Prial ' —
ti. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PRONE 4_ fSIDNICTIVE DE INVEsrleopyi "
7a. NAME awe ar Prim', 5. TYPED NAME OF INVESTIGATOR -,
11, ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE S. ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
5?r" ti,? /Air e / Z L^f? Section C. ken-waiver
I do nor want to give up my rights
Ili I want a lawyer El i do not want to be questioned ar say anything
2. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH Nis WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT 04 fORM 2823I SUBSEDUENTLY EXECUTED SY THE SEISPECTACCUSED
A
USAPA 2.01
DA FORM 3881, NOV 89 EDITION OF NOV BA IS OBSOLETE
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TS WARNING PROCEDUREIWAIVER CERTIFIL
R of ilis fon, see AR ISO-30; the reiterant agency is °WSW'S
. ,r,,.) (
2
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHOR/TY: Title W. United States Code, Section 3012igd
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE To provide commanders end law enforcement afficiatt with means by which information tray be accurately identified.
ROUTINE USES: Your Social Security Number is used as an adaiortalialternate means of identification to facItate Wag and retitevaL
DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary.

1. LOCATION 2_ DATE 3. TIME FILE NO.
i ? 1 tZ )
--14/WP YVItele-rip“--_ZobsAltia -.3-tii-63 /406 e:, 3
5. NAME !Last, First, Ni) B. ORGANEZATICIfia DR ADDRESS
S. SON 1. EPADEISTATUS
PART i - RIGHTS WAIVERINON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
The investigator tit ^" ^—^ --"1^ -•^' a — '''' JhiW." ie with the United States Army
-- — -, and ranted to question me about the bedewing offensels) of which I am
suspectetllaccuserk • , _ 4-A.A.....-A Cr 44As
litef,..aishe asked me any questions it° a the cite riseisl. he ¦erOshe made it clear to me that I bare the Mowing rights:

I. I do not have to answer any question or say anything
2. Anything I say or do can he used as evidence against rue in a criminal trial.
(For persofifiei subject orb IICMJ I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and atter questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
during questioning. Tbis lawyer can be a cidion lawyer I arrange tar at no expense to the Govenanent ora military lawyer detailed far em at no expense to me.
or bath.

-or _
fferchiagns nor subject to rite UL'MJI I have the tight to talk privately to a Sawyer before, during, and after questinning and to have a lawyer present with
me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can he one that t arrange far at my own expense, er if I cannot afford a tamer and want one, a lawyer
will be appointed far me before any questioning begins.

4.
If I am now wiling to discuss the attenuets) , under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or
speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if 1 sign the waiver below.

5.
COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side!

Section 8. Waiver
understand my rights as stated ab ore. t am now willing to discuss the offense(s) ender investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES (/I as ilable) SIGNATURE OF igfolviEwu
Ia. NAME Milo or Nati • -

h. IMANIZATIUN CR ADDRESS AND PHONE 4. stomantan nr tengtinkinct ,
d L -- " ,,,..___,,,,,,..a .....„
3ANAME (Type or Atari 5. TYPED NAME OF INVESTIGATOR_
h. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS ANO PHONE S. ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
44Ir s'/
5P1 ?Li' . .1C/
Section C. Nan .waiver
1. I do not want to give up my tights
. I want a lawyer . I do not want to be questioned or say anything
2. SioNATURE OF-leFFERVIFNEF
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT IDA MR/vf 2873) SUBSEIMENTIY EXECUTED UI THE SUSPECT/ACCUSED
MDOPA 2.01
RA FORM 3881, NOV 89 EDITION OF NOV IN IS OBSOLETE
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'S WARNING PRUCEOUREIWAIVER : of this form see AR 190-30; the proponent nem is DDCSOPS .1t
DATA REQUIRED DV THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: ROUTINE USES: DISCLOSURE: Tete ID, United States Code, Section 30122g) To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which intimation may he accurately identified. Your Social Security Number is used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate Ming and retrieval. Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary.
I. LOCATION Cal? Arri49.140, NAME /last Ant AM _ . 'gni ba,ioici, GRADUSTATUS 2 . DATE a 49 -5 TIME /9/7 ANIZATION CR ADDRESS • -. ---...1 . ... FILE NO.
— -.- ..... ... ... PART I - RIGHTS WAIVERINI3tIVAIVER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
The investigarneurt,....—....-- ‘.•,.•..,. __ ..—er.,_.._ r. ,_,... .L,- ”--"--xt States Army ___, and wanted to question me about the offensets)of whith I amfollowing dr' ccosed: —.It— t.M IIIIIrl Bef she asked me any questions about the °Wenzel* however made it clear to me that I have the Mowing rights­. 1. Ida not have to answer any question or say anything 2 Anything I say ar do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial. 3. RI persomtel subject cote WAG l have the right to talk privately ta a lawyer before, during. and utter questioning and to have a lawyer present with are during que ginning. This lawyer can be a civ an Lawyer i arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed tar me at no expense ta me. or both. • or -(S0re/034S root OlfriSet to the IOW there the right to talk privately to a lawyer hetore, doling, and after que5f,chin and to have a lawyer reseal with me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can he one that I arrange for at my own expense, or if i cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer wilt be appointed for Ca before any questioning begins. if I are now witting to discuss the oftenseisI under investigation, with or without a lawyer preseat..1 have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below. -...
...
5. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse sae/
Section 8. Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above. I ant now wiring to discuss the ottenselsI under investigation and make a statement Wrthout talking to a lawyer first and without hailing a lawyer present with me.
b. WITNESSES flf avaffablel NAME (Type Of Arkti ORGANIZATION Oft MRCSS MEI PRONE 3. 4. SIGNATURE OF tNTERVIEWEE .. ' r SIGNATURE IS INVESTIGATOR ,
2a. NAME (Tote or Frigt1 , .
ORGANIZATION CR ADDRESS AND PHONE 6. ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
Section C. Non-waiver EIP/ it3Z-i i',647 1/a --/-(7/.
7. 1 do not want to give up my rights 0 /warn a lawyer 0 / do not want to be questioned or say anything
z. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
A ETACH THIS WAIVER CERTEFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT DA FORM 3881, NOV 89 (114 FORM 282.71 SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED 5 1( THE SUSPECTACCUSED EDITION OF NOV 84 IS OBSOLETE U50112.01

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use of this form. see AR I90-30: the proponent agency is ODCSOPS
DATA RERUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT / 1
AUTHORITY: PRINCIPAL PURPOSE; ROUTINE USES: DISCLOSURE: Title ID, United States Code. Section 2012igi To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may he accurately identified_ Your Social Security Number is used as an adrNtinnaIlattemate means of identification to facilitate Ong and tetrieval Disclosure of your Social Security Number is eahmtary.
T . g. "'LOCATION .(Old S.P.3 ... ft tAaefe. f rtrelAci A:LIZ? 7. 6RADEISTAT US DA ORGA . . . . TION OR ADDRESS .. . , V TIME 1496224 lz, f , . R. ..i. FILE NO.
PART I - BIGHTS WA . ERINOIV-WAWER CERTIFICATE
Section A. flights
The Inre.."--­- -"-- • .,,,,,,. d,.0.,.... 1.,14 ........U.etTMThe. :.• ....i.g.. •k• I Ini....1 States Amy ---.-• . . I_ . , 1 and wanted to question= about the Laming offenseis/ of which 1 am suspects ceased: • A•414 rcnil-ek-e-e .4104Z---Bak:Leslie asked me any questions about the offenseisl, however&ishe made it dear to me that l have the following tights: 1. I do not have to &met any question et say anything. 2. Anything I say ur do van be used as twidence against ma in a aiswat trial. . eFerpetsvhnei subject othe LICK, I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to hare a lawyer present with me during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me, or bath. - or -(For civiTiaas oat Atm to the Mall I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and atter questioning and to hare a lawyer present with me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that I arrange tor at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for me before any questioning begins. if now wiiarg to discuss the offenses) under mveshoodon, with or without a lawyer present. I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below.
CP/MEWS (CoPiiinre on reverse Sider
Section B. Waiver (
I understand my tights as stated above. I em now willing to discuss the ofte nsels1 under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me. WITNESSES (If available] 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE ‘,.. C --.
a NAME (Type ar Arita - -
b. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE SIGNATtIRIF f1rioiNuFSTEATO4 .
2a. NAME (Type di' Mat! di, 5. i •%. ....., TYPED NAME OF nom ..i _ ....-
b. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND HONE ORGANIZATION CF INVESTIGATOR
i;
Section C. gort-waiver
I. /donut want to give rep Inv rights D I want a lawyer 0 I do not 1.421a to be questioned nr say anything
Z. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT MA FORM 28231 SIJESELIIIENTLY E XECUTED BY THE SUSPECTIACCUSED
DA FORM 3881. NOV 89 EDITION OF NOV 84 IS OBSOLETE USAPA Tat

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.ae el this two, one AR 190-30; the proponent agency is OBCSOPS
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DATA REOU(RED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
i.V
AUTHORITY:. Title 10, United States Cede, Section 3i1I210
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:.Ta provide commanders and law enforcement officials with rnea es by which information may be accurately identified. .'
RGLITINE USES:. Yaur Social Security Number is used as an additienallattemate means of identification to feeitate filing and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE:. Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary.
LOC.ON. OA. TIME. FILE NE)
ap /6 rtiadit7.&.5tiladJ. cet..icAcc..3.1c5
NAME ant hist. MO. 6. .ORGAN' ATIOy OR AV EIS.— ,....,_

6..SSAI. 1..OfiA0EISTATLIS
PART I - RIGHTS WAIVERMON-WA VER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
The investigator whnsIntvahoorrears fietaw tnlrt v,v- 0-..varavvi-- re wot. Ago i Inirnd stales Army -- -.;.c ... ' _. re. and wanted to question me about the folios...kg of-teasels) el which I am .• ,.;7s3lacebsed: .(..)C, 60‘.:/1 e-e .4-410115,1a Bel oreeehe asked non any questions about the ofhensers), howexerathe made it clear to ma that I have the Wowing rights:
1..Ido net have to answer any question or say anything
2.Anything I say or do can he used as.evirlence against ire in a criminal trial. (For perrannet subject rate Vaal I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer Wore, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer i arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military, lawyer detailed far cm at no expense to me, or both.
- of •
/Fa civilian net subject to the UCM-1) I trace the right I0 talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and otter questioning and to have a lawyer presem with
me during questiormsg_ 'understand that this lawyer can benne that I arrange for at my own expense. or if r cannot allude lawyer and want me, a lawyer
vial be appointed forme before any questioning begins-

4. III am now wIlitag to discuss the offeaseisluatter investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a nest to stop answering questions at any irate, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if l sign the waver !Wow.
Ot.COMMENTS (Cgarinfie on Plume sine . -
Section B. Waiver ti I understand my 6ghts as stated above. I am new wilting to discuss the offensels) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a tawyer first and without having a lawyer present with one
WITNESSES al amiable/. 3..SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE A. fi
Ia..NAME (roe or Met)
b.ORGAN/UMW OR ADDRESS AND PHONE . 4.S'"---e-- - --­4)-----"' 7,-./ 1 ,/....
0'
2a.NAME (type or Print). 5..TYPED NAME Of INVESTIGATD°
h..ORGANIZATION OR ADORESS AND PHONE . 6,.ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
Section C. Nen-waiver
I doom warn to give up my rights
0.I want a lawyer. 0.Ido not want in be questioned or say anything
SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE

ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (V FORM 2823) SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECTIACCUSED
. .
LISAP4 2.as
DA FORM 3881, NOV 89 EDITION OF NOV RA IS OBSOLETE
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AFFIDAVIT
I. . _,.,. HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON PAGE 1, AND ENOS ON PAGE. f.--. I rtn.LY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE I HAVE INITIALED All CORRECTIONS ANO HAVE INITIALED THE BOITOM OF EACH PAGE CONTAINING THE STATEMENT_ 1 HAVE MADE THIS STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT CR REWARD, WITHOUT THREAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WITI1f1HT rarnfinal 11" A LOCt El MCI 1111sC nR in Awful_ INDUCEMENT .
('Signature of Person Making Statement)
Subscribed and sworn to before np, a person autbuized by law to
WITNESSES:
far
adroiiiis ter oaths, this ..day of at at,,pActrii2v0=
ORGANIZATItiA1 fiR innnrcc (Signature of Person Administering Oath)
• untolD714 A I ILIN DR ADDRESS ¦ 65' -(Authority To Administer Oaths; • (Typed Name of Person Administering Oath)

INITIALS OF PERSON MAKING STATEMENT
PAGE DE.PAGES

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SWORN STATEMENT
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For use of this form, see AR 190-45; the proponent agency is LIDCSO•
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
(SPA
Title 10 USC Section 301; Title 5 USC Section 2951; E.D. 9397 dated November 22, 1943
AUTHORITY: and law enforcement officials with means by which inlormation may be accurately identified. To provide COMManders date filing and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: -
Your social security number is used as an additionallaitemate means at identification to lea ROUTINE USES: Disclosure of your social security number is voluntary. 4. FILE NUMBER
DISCLOSURE: 2_ DATE frYYYMMOD) 3. TIME
1. LOCATION 2_ 22.
7. GRAOEISTATUS
CA.AP 1v1AR • 6. SSN
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5 LAST NAME FIRST NAME wrini ; NAMF
8 ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
, WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
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THE BOTTUM DC EACH ADDII7ONAt PAGE MUST BEAR THE INITIALS OF THE PERSON MAKING THE STATEMENT, AND PACE NUMBER MUST Di BE INDICATED
43SAPA CI 00 DA FORM 2823, JUL 72, IS OBSOLETE

DA FORM 28Z3, DEC 1998
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