Army Memo re: AR 15-6 Investigation into the Death of Abu Malik Kenami

Abu Malik Kenami was detained in Iraq on December 5, 2003. He was interrogated and then placed in to the general population at Abu Ghraib prison. From the 5th of December through the early morning of 9th of December Kenami was not obeying the prison rules for detainees; his punishment is ups and downs. On December 9th Kenami beds down sometime between 0100-0200 hours. He was restless and talkative for a while longer. No movement is noticed from Kenami after 0400 hours on December 9th 2003; he is dead. The report in to his death is detailed with a chronology, details from the autopsy report and interviews of the guards and others. It also includes photos, floor plans and conclusions.

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Non-legal Memo
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Sunday, December 28, 2003
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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HEADQUARTERS, DIVISION ARTILLERY 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION (AIR ASSAULT) CAMP GLORY, MOSUL, IRAQ
REPLY TO
ATTENTION OF

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MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: AR 15-6 Investigation Into the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
I. On 21 Dec 03, at 1300 hours I was notified that I was appointed as the investigating officer in a AR 15-6 into the death of Abu Malik Kenami, detainee # 0672583 to determine the cause of his death in 2" BCT's holding area. My mandate was to determine the cause and all the factors that contributed to his death.
2. What caused Abu Iviaiik Kenanzi's death is undetermined at the present time because an .autopsy was:never performed. His.death was probably due to natural causes with an acute myocardial infarction as the most probable of these; see Appendix C, page 1-4 for a .full explanation.
.3. What factors contributed to his death?
A. Only once was Abu Malik. Kenami .questioned about his -medical-history, which occurred on 5 Dec 03 at 2" BCT's hold area by two military intelligence interrogators from the 311 .th ML
tio 1 ) The interrogators,_and were more focused on intelligence gathering during this interrogation session.
2) When the interrogators asked several questions pertaining to Kenami'smedical condition, Kenami stated that he wasn't taking medications and had no medical problems at.that time.
B. There was never a physical examination conducted on Kenami during his detainment from 5-9 Dec 03.
C. If Kenami had requested medical assistance on the morning of 9 Dec 03, his American guards were not fluent or knowledgeable in Arabic and never requested a translator for assistance.
4_ During several investigations, the CIDs on 9 Dec 03 and my investigation into Kenami's death, we both found that there was never any criminal intent or intent by any person or persons
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to harm Kenami. What is at fault is the lack of a medical provider fluent in Arabic to talk with
the detainees during their hi processing into 2 1'd BCT's holding area, see recommendations.
5.
A chronological history of Kenarni's detainment from 5 Dec 03 through 14 Dec 03 when his body was turned over to a local mortician can be found at Appendix A, pages 1-3.

6.
Appendix D, pages 1-3 has a complete listing of witnesses and persons involved from Kenami's detainment on 5 Dec 03 to when his body was turned over to a local mortician on 14 Dec 03.

7.
Recommendations:

A. That all detainees have some type of a physical exam, either abbreviated or long if there questions about their current health:
,1) That all attempts are made to complete a physical within twenty-fours hours of being detained.
.2) That all:attempts should .be made. to haveairaq i :physician.do the physicals . on the
detainees.

a) By having a .fraq physician .contracted to do the phySicals it would.give the
• detainees the same continuity of care as the rest of their community.
b) It-would decrease on-the language problems -between thedetainee•and -the-medical care system.
c) The Iraq physician can be the gate keeper into more definitive care if needed for
the detainee (s).

d) It would decrease on the perception of our involvement or cover-up in events
similar to this.

-3) That'll:S. -Military proViders are used only as'backed uplothe -contracted Iraq
physician in order to decrease our involvement in their health care.

B. That-a camcorder is placed into the general populations holding area and is monitored by an Iraqi speaker.
C. That there is a need to have a location within Mosul to perform autopsy on Iraqi citizens
with suspicious or questionable deaths similar to Kenarni's.

8. The POC for this memorandum is the undersigned at DNVT 581-5507 or _ -X la
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ATTACHMENTS: Appendix A, pages 1-3 Chronological History of Abu Malik Kenami Appendix B, slides 1-9 Slides of_the.B.HA,.sandbag hood, -flex cuffs and blanket placed over
Kenamis body
Appendix C, pages 1-4 Possible Causes for the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
Appendix D, pages 1-3 Witnesses and People Involved With Kenami's Death
Appendix E, pages 1-2 Chronological History in The Investigation into the Death of Abu

Malik Kenami Appendix F, page 1_-POCs During the Investigation into the Death of Abu Malik Kenami Memorandum for an Extension on the Investiagation Packet from CID on their investigation on 9 Dec 03 Packet with witnesses statements on 23 Dec 03 and other documents:
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A Memorandum or ecord, 1 page
A Memorandum of Instruction (SOP) for the guard force, 3 pages
A ,Sial in sheet for the,guards having read the .SOR,.1:page

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Summary Interrogation Report 051045LDECO3
Death Certificate for Abu Malik Kenami, dated 9 Dec 03

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Chronological History of Abu Malik Kellam'
1.
Abdul Kareem Abdul Rutha, his tribal name is Abu Malik Kenami is detained by 2" d BCT on 5 December 2003, see 2 BCT's Summary Interrogation Report 051045L DECO3.

2.
Abu Malik Kenami is then brought to 2" BCT's holding area (BHA) at AO Glory on 5 Dec

3.

A. gm=and_ interrogate Abu Malik Kenami on 5 Dec 03 within the BHA, outside. of the genera population holding area.
B. The interrogation is about twenty minutes:
I) During this time, Abu Malik Kenami gives no pertinent medical history or a history of taking medications.
2) This is the only time that Abu Malik Kenarnris asked about his medical history or.if he is taking .medications.
C. Abu Malik Kenami is then photographed and given detainee # 0672583, see 2 BCT's Summary Interrogation Report 051045LDECO3.
D. He is also given the detainee # 58 for the BHA. Detainee # 58 is what Abu Malik Kenami is;called by the American guards at the BHA.
E. The interrogation on 5 Dec 03 is the only time that Kenami is interrogated.
F. Kenami is then placed into the general population's holding area. '
3. At this time, all detainees had a sandbag placed over their heads, but not_tied, along with plastic flex cuffs placed on their wrists in front of their bodies, see Appendix B picture 7 and 8.
-•ft 4. From the 5 'i' through the early morning of 9' of December there is .a history with Kenami of not obeying the BHA rules for detainees; his punishment is ups and downs.
A..:Ups.and.downs is.-a correctional technique of having adetaineestandup;andAhen
sit-down rapidly, always keeping them in constant motion.

B. The timeframe for ups and downs is usually between ten to twenty minutes depending on the violation and the punisher.
5. A shift change occurs with the holding cell guards at 2300 hours on 8 Dec 03, the new shift is composed of_ and
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Chronological History of Abu Malik Kenaini
A. During this shift, Kenami is seen violating the rules and is punished with ups and downs several times by and has his hands flex cuff behind his back around 0100 hours on 9 Dec 03.
B. The last time that u s and downs occurs with Kenami is around 0100 hours on 9 Dec 03. t" He is seen sweating by_ andaalla
C. Kenami beds down sometime between 0100-0200 hours on 9 Dec 03. He seems restless and talkative for a while longer.
D. A mink blanket is placed over detainee Kenami between 0100-0200 hours. Other detainees are lying closely with Kenami, one on each side in order to keep warm and because of the limited space within the holding cell.
E. Maximum capacity ofthe detainee holding area is thirty detainees, -the evening of 8 December 2003, there are 66 detainees lying with their heads towards the walls and feet towards the center.
.F. No movement is noticed from detainee Kenami after 0400 hours on 9 Dec 03.
G. At no time during the night was there less than two night guards watching the detainees and•no history-of abuse with this or any other.guard shift at the BHA.
c, 6. 111111111111enters the holding area from.the Operations room around 0730 hours 9 Dec 3_€.,;.03 in order to wake-up the detainees.
A. He then proceeds to wake-up the detainees, but notices that Kenami doesn't respond.
B. He feels no pulse with Kenami
C,,_C._then proceeds from the holding area to the Operations room and notifies an
:return to -.the :holding _are.a. to.examine.detainee #58.

D. 111111111111Ind
7. 1111111Matternpts to call C-526 111 three times, after the third times he walks over to the hold area to notifying."
8.11111111 then leaves the holding area and proceeds to C-526 th to retrieve medical care for Kenami.
A. 11111110rneets MUM (Physician Assistant from C-526") between the SI-IA tf and the 526 th aid station.
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Chronological History of Abu Malik Kenarni
B. 1111.11areturns to the holding cell with _and examines Kenarni around 0815 hours and determines that he is dead. Physician assistants cannot declare anyone dead.
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C._an_move Kenami's body from the general population holding area to an empty room within t le_A.
D.1111111.11111(PROFIS Physician from 526 th) follows_ortly later and examines Kenarni then pronounces him dead around 0830 hours _and111111.01 then place Kenami's body into a body bag.
9. Kenanit's body is then removed from the BHA around 1500 hours on 9 Dec 03.
A. 11111.11:driver) and_TC) take Kenami's body to 21 st CSH, they both
don't know where mortuary affairs is locate at D-REAR.

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B. Kenami's body is left in their vehicle at the 21 CSH.
C. 1.1111111100.1M examines the body, while the body is still inside the vehicle and
writes out his death certificate at 1552 hours on 9 Dec 03.

1) He examines the body and finds that Kenaini's eyes are fixed and dilated, and finds no heartbeat with his stethoscope.
2) He ands notliingsat of the ordinary during his examination.
10. ?I s` CSH then notifies.the 54 th QM. (Mortuary Affairs) tO .pick-up.Kenami's body.
A. and$111.1.11111 from Mortuary Affairs pickups Kenaini's body around 1630 hours and return to their location on 9 Dec 03.
B. Kenami's body is then placed inside a reefer van for storage.
C)1(_.C.._ the CID examines Kenami's hody on 9 .Dec 03.111111takes pietures'-of.Kenarni.,s..:body,secAlie CID packet.
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D._ nquires about the ability to perform an autopsy and is told that
); .4, 1 . there is no capability within this theater to do it.

E. Kenami's body is kept at the 54 th QM., inside their reefer van for the next six days. • No
family members come to claim his body.

F. The SPO_ for 801 si MSB arranges for a local mortician to pick-
up the Kenami's bo y at the front gate of D-REAR (Mosul Airfield) on or around 14 Dec 03.

Appendix A, page 3
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Picture taken at the door to the general population holding area for detainees on 23 Dec 03
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Picture taken at the door of the windows in the genera' population holding area on 23 Dec 03
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Picture taken of the only heater in the general population holding area on 23 Dec 03
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Picture taken or the cement floor in the general population holding area on 23 Dec 03
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Picture taken of how the sandbag was placed on Kenami's head
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Possible Causes for the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
1. The cause of Abu Malik Kenami's death will never be known because an autopsy was never
performed on him.

A. CENTCOM is not capable of conducting any type of autopsy within its theater; all US
military are currently flown back to Dover AFB for a pathologist to perform an autopsy.

B. Mosul, Iraq currently has no capability of conducting any type of autopsy.
2.
Because Kenami's body was turned over to a local mortician around 14 December 2003
without an autopsy being performed all that I can do is speculate on the probably causes for his
death.

3.
Two physicians and the CID agreed that it appeared that Kenami died from natural causes.

A.1111111Maa physician for 526 th examined Kenami's body at the BHA around 0830
hours on 9 Dec 03 and saw no suspicious bruises or perforations.

B. 111111111.11 physician for the 21' CSH examined Kenami's body.around1552 -hours
-and-found-no suspiCions bruises or perforations on -t1Tehis 'body and-that it appeared that Kenami
`J had died of natural causes.

A L 4_C. 111.111.111111111, looked at Kenami's body at the mortuary affairs at 54 th Q.M. on 9 3_,tp .Dec 03 and that he had no visible injuries that would have caused his death-:and that foul play was not suspected.
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4. What is known about Kenami's health:
A. That he was questioned on 5 Dec 03 and that he didn't indicate at that time any acute or
chronic medical history or that he was currently taking any medication.

B. There is no documentation of:
1) Smoking.history.
2) Alcohol history_
3) Past surgeries.
4) Family history.
5) Blood pressure.

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Possible Causes for the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
5. On 26 Dec 03, I had a discussion withfilIMMINIP _ for the 21 m
CSH located on Mosul Airfield about probably causes for his death. The °flowing are the
probable causes of his death based on what we know of Kenami 51 in order of precedence:

A_ Acute myocardial infarction. A heart attack (also called a acute myocardial infarction) is
the death of part of the heart muscle due to its sudden loss of blood supply. Typically, the loss of
blood supply is caused by a complete blockage of a coronary artery by a blood clot. A coronary
artery is an artery that supplies blood to the heart muscle. Death of the heart muscle often causes
chest pain and electrical instability of the heart muscle tissue. Electrical instability of the heart
causes ventricular fibrillation. A heart undergoing ventricular fibrillation simply quivers, and
cannot pump or deliver oxygenated blood to the brain. Permanent brain damage and death can
occur unless oxygenated blood flow is restored within five minutes.

I) Approximately one million, Americans suffer a heart attack annually. Four hundred
thousand of these victims die as a result. Many of the heart attack-deaths are due to ventricular
fibrillation of the heart that occurs before the victim can reach any medical -assistance or the
emergency room.

.2) A heart attack is caused by the formation of.a_blo.od.clot on a cholesterol plaque

loratedonthe innerwall -of an artery to the ,heart-(coronaryartery)....0161.esterolisra.fatty chemical which is part of the outer lining of cells in ..the body. Cholestercil plaque is the

•f
ormation.of•a hard, thick substance within the artery walls whichiszaused by deposits of


cholesterol in the artery walls; a process that begins in • the late teens. Over time, the

. accumulation Of cholesterol plaque causes thickening of the artery walls and .narrowing of the arteries; a process called atherosclerosis. Plaque accumulation can be accelerated by smoking, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, and diabetes. Ultimately, atherosclerosis causes significant narrowing of the coronary arteries. During exercise or excitement, the narrowed coronary arteries cannot increase the blood supply to meet the increased oxygen demand of the heart muscle. When the heart muscle is thus deprived of blood oxygen, a condition called ischemia results; ischeinia may be associated with chest pain (angina pectoris). Typically, angina occurs with exertion, and subsides with rest.
3) 'Occasionally the surface of the cholesterol plaque in the artery may rupture, which
leads ..theformation ,of blood .clot on-t -the surface of the plaque,. which Then..completely. occludes
blood flow in the vessel and results in a heart attack (see diagram). The cause of this "plaque
rupture" is largely unknown, but contributing factors may include cigarette smoking, elevated
LDL cholesterol, elevated levels of blood catecholamines (adrenaline), high blood pressure, and
other mechanical and biochemical forces.

4) Chest pain or pressure is a common symptom of heart attack. Cardiac chest pain is
offen vague, or dull, and may be described as a pressure or band-like sensation, squeezing,
heaviness, or other discomfort. Heart attacks frequently occur from 4:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.
due to higher adrenaline amounts released from the adrenal glands during the morning hours.
Increased adrenaline in the bloodstream can contribute to the above mentioned plaque rupture.

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Possible -Causes for the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
Interestingly, heart attacks do not usually happen during exercise, although exercise is commonly associated with exertional angina. Approximately one quarter of all heart attacks are silent, without chest pain. In diabetics, the incidence of "silent" heart attacks may be much higher. The pain or discomfort of a heart attack may be very mild despite its ominous implications. For this reason, patients may attribute the symptoms to "indigestion," "fatigue," "stress," or other common maladies. Denial is also a common element which can dangerously delay the seeking of medical attention. One, cannot overemphasize the importance of seeking prompt medical attentio Heart attack victims may complain of:

chest pressure


sweating


jaw pain


heartburn and/or indigestion


arm pain (more commonly the left arm, but may be either)


upper back pain


general malaise (vague feeling of illness)


nausea


shortness of breath

B.
Asymmetric septal hypertrophy (Idiopathic hypertrophy subaortic stenosis) consists of genetically abnormal, usually hypercontractile and asymmetric myocardium that may obstruct output and cause sudden death ifthehypertrophy is localized in the upper septum_ The disease includes asymmetric.septal hypertrophy ., and idiopathic subaortic stenosis:(IHSS), but the term HCM is preferred because the majority (75%) of patients do not present with-outflow obstruction (Braunwaid, 1997), and 30% do not exhibit asymmetric hypertrophy.

C.
Cerebral hemorrhage (stroke). While ischemic strokes happen when the blood flow to a part of the brain is interrupted, a hemorrhagic stroke is caused when there is bleeding into brain tissue that kills blood cells.

I) There are several causes of bleeding inside the skull, including:
a. -.;Head-injuries.:. For people :under the age of.50,.this _most..00r121110a „cause of -
hemorrhage inside the skull. In the elderly, subdural hematoma after relatively minor head injury is not uncommon.
b.
Arteriovenous malformation (AVM). This is an anatomical abnormality in the arteries or veins in or around the brain. Such an abnormality may be present from birth, but it is only-detected if symptoms develop. Symptoms resulting from bleeding of an AVM vary, depending on size and location.

c.
Aneurysm. This is a weakening in a blood vessel wall that swells. The thin wall of

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an aneurysm can burst and cause bleeding into the subarachnoid space and the brain, leading to
hemorrhagic stroke.

d. Hypertension. Poorly controlled hypertension over a long period of time can
weaken symptomatic one.

2) The symptoms of bleeding inside the skull tend to come on rapidly and include the
following:


A sudden headache


Steadily increasing neurologic losses, such as weakness, inability to move (paralysis),
numbness, loss of speech or vision and confusion


Nausea and vomiting


Seizures


Loss of consciousness

6. I believe that Kenami probable had a acute myocardial infarction on 9 Dec 03 for the following.reasons:
A. That he was a male..
B_ His medical and family history is unknown, e.g. his.cholesterol level or if•he smoked.

C. At the time of his death, he was 65 inches tall and weighed 175 powlds_
D. That he was performing ups and downs for ten to twenty minutes several times over a two to three hour period.
E. That he had diaphoreses (sweating) during and after performing ups and downs, and that the room temperature was probably in the 40-50s degree Fahrenheit range when this occurred.
That he..seemed to.be agitated and continued to talk after doing his ups and downs.
7. I don't believe that Kenami asphyxiated or strangulated from his sandbag hood for the following reasons:

A. There was no visible bruising on his neck.

B.
The sandbag was never tied or tightens, see picture 8 in Appendix B.

C_ The plastic sandbag that was used as a hood is too permeable to cause either asphyxiation or hypoxia_
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Witnesses and People Involved With Kenanti's Death
Guards (from B Battery 2-44 th ADA)
liammil a shift leader for guarding the detainees, from B Batt:ry 2-44 th ADA, was LI (0 inside the general population holding area from 2300 hours on 8 Dec 03 to 1100 hours on 9 Dec c s le 03, he was the NCO in charge of guarding the detainees. During this shift,11111111111 notices that Kenami is violating the BHA rules by lifting up his sandbag; he makes Kenami do ups and downs for twenty minutes. When Kenarni lifts his hood (sandbag) up once again flex cuff his hands behind his back and has him do ups and downs for ten minutes. notices that Kenami is sweating during the ups and downs, ensures that Kenami gets water a ong with the rest of the detainees around 0100 hours. After giving the detainees water,1111111111 beds the detainees down by placing blankets over the detainees, but Kenami continues talkie and places a blanket over Kenami, but not over his head. Around 0300 hours,
notices that Kenarni is talking again, walks over and tells him to go back to sleep in
Arabic:am. notices nothin from Kenarni for the res _corning until
comes in to waken the detainees. inform_that 1. thinks thata
detainee was dead _sends to get_and_from the
Operations room. had had several previous episodes from 5-9 Dec 03 with Kenami
violating the BHA rules, either by lifting his sandbag hood or talking and had.punished.Kenami
with ups and downs for violating the rules.

immilimir detainee guard from B Battery.2-44 th ADA, was inside the LX general population holding area .from 2300 hours on 8 Dec 03 to 1100 .hours. on 9 Dec 03_C 3. D. I le9 guarding..the.detainees. _places a blanket over Kenami after 0100 hours on 9 Dec .03
• .and watched as _tied: to wakeup .Kenarni at 0730.hours.an 9 -Dec 03. When the detainees are separated,.he is sent to another room to watch them.
111111111111.1.111t, a detainee guard .from B Battery 2-44 w ADA vas inside the Ex. 142 general population holding area from 2300 hours on 8 Dec 03 to 1.100 hours on 9 Dec 03 _C., 3. guarding the detainees. _watched_make Kenami do ups and downs for talking during this shift and witnessed Kenarni "constantly moving around and mumbling" when the rest of the detainees.were sleeping.
Interrogators (from B Company 311 th MI)
wiwiniamia interrogator for B Company 31 l th MI had just came on shift at the El (-0 Operations room at the BHA at 0400 hours on 9 Dec 03. At 0730 hours, he went from the _
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Operations room to the general population holding area to wakeup the detainees, when he tried to 04 1
wakeup Kenami, he noticed no response either verbally or by touching him. He checks for a
pulse, which he doesn't find then goes to the Operations room to notify ...IS Later MIS

111111111md him move Kenami's body from the general population holding area to an empty roam within the BHA, after Kenami is pronounced dead they place the body into a body bag.
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Witnesses and People Involved With Kenatni's Death
111.111.11.11111.1shift leader for 311 th, from B Company 311 th MI ! 3d just came on shift X 10 at the Operations room at the BHA at 0400 hours on 9 Dec 03. When 11111111111116 returns to 5 a, the Operations room and notifies _that a detainee is dead, he attempts to C Company three times on the DNVT then walks over to the general population holding area to informal,
that he didn't get through. He goes back to the Operations room and notifies his chain­of-command of the events, then he returns to the hold area to remove the zip cuffs froM Kenami's wrist, Kenami's wrist were located behind his back.
UNIMINIME_ B Company 311 th MI, first meet Abu Malik Kenami 6)( (le during his inprocessing into n BC 's HA on 5 Dec 03; during this twenty minute _
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interrogation by_he asked Kenami if he had any medical conditions or was
currently taking any medication. 1111.111111 had just come on shift at 0400 hours on the
morning of 9 Dec 03 and was in the Operations room in the BHA when _entered the
Operations room to inform him that a detainee was died. He then proceeded to the general
population holding area to look at Kenami, after determining that Kenami wasn't responding and
finding out that the DNVT system rwasn'tworking from _he then proceeded to 526 th

to get medical assistance. He meets.... during his walk and brings her back to the
general population holding are& He then uses the DNVT to inform _that detainee
had died.

Detention Facility OIC from B Company 311 th MI was present on 5 6( Cp Dec..03.with Kenami's. interrogation with _Kenami's initial integration. asted aboutC 3_1, twenty minutes, in which Kenami was asked if .he hadbeen taking medications. or has any medical ailments, which he denies. _was..notified. of Kenami's death on 9. Dec 03 and arrives at the.same time as _arrives to the BHA._is responsible for writing the BHA SOP for.the.guards on 14 November 2003, see attachments for a copy of the SOP.
Medical Responders/Providers
a physician assistant at 526 th, is the first medical personnel to respond to _6)( -equest for medical assistance for Abu Malik Kenami. She looks at Kenami in the c 3 . -) I , general population holding area at 0815 hours on 9 Dec 03. She determines that Kenami is dead _and has him moved to.:an...eraptyro.om .within the BHA_
physician at 526th, is the first physician to look at Kenami after
After performing a post-mortem exam, he pronounces Kenami dead at 0830 hours on 9C 3, d, I, 4,
Dec 03.

iiimumNitimump215' CSH, is the physician that sign Kenaini's death L). certificate at 1552 hours in the parking lot of the 21' t CSH.
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Witnesses and People Involved With Kenami's Death
Commander of the BHA
of the 2' BHA, from B Company 311 th MI was informed by phone of the death of Kenarni fro m1.1.1. He later informed the 2" BCT_(4,iniuminimp of Kenami's deathaill...111directs1=11111110to get C s 0 I sworn statements from everyone involved. ingimi then calls CID to initiate an investigation. He later has Mai and lIMIIM take Kenami's body to mortuary affairs at Mosul Airfield (D-REAR).

Transported Kenami's body from the BHA to 20 CSH
from B Company 311 th MI transport Kenarni's body 13 Li. from the BHA to 21 s CSH around 1500 hours on 9 Dec 03. They all stayed with the body until cand11111111111111 pickups up the body at the 21 g CSH around 1600 hours on 9 Dec
03.
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..-Dee'faand' turn_heirshop; .Renarni is placed into .their Teefervarrafter 'the-special agents from CID look at and take photo of Kenami... Kenami's corpse stays in the reefer van -until they •are told .by_ 801 st MSB_to transport his body-to the north gate and
• turnover to a local .mortician on 14..Dec 03.
Appendix D. page 3
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DODDOA 026712

AFZB-K13-MED
SUBJECT: Death of Abu Malik Kenami

Chronological History in the Investigation into the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
21 December 2003
1.
1300 hours notified by phone of my appointment as the investigation officer (10) from SJA.

2.
1600 hours,_SJA) has my appointment orders scaned and e-mailed toast
at DIV RTY.

3.
a e and tried to talk with either (S3 for 2" BCT) or 111111111(X0 for 2" Ci
BCT) at:

;
A. 1630 hours
B. 1800 hours
C. 1930 hours
D. Both are in meetings, the person that takes my phone calls each time has promised to give my messages to either111.1.01111.1111111
22 December 2003
1.
Called and talked with_t 0830 hours, he then gives me..1111111 as the POC
for my investigation.

2.
Called office at 0900 hours, he is not in, left my message with his staff.

3.
1100 hours, .returns my phone call, I'm able to arrange through him:

.A. For the individuals.-in the BHA..doring.the„death ofdetairatt # ,0672583 tor be.at the -BHA tomorrow at 1000 hours.
B. agrees to have all the witnesses there and to arrange for a room for me.
C. Called at 2030 hours to confirm our meeting and to find out how many witnesses will be present tomorrow, six witnesses.
23 .December .2003
1.
At BHA at 0915 hours,_allows me to take pictures of the general population holding area and the locatiOn that detainee # 0672583 is interroga .ted on 5 December 2003.

2.
Moved to 311 th MI at 0950 hours to take the statements and talk with the witnesses mm n

and_(the DIVARTY legal team) are present throughout the entire el (.47 process.
3. Witnesses are read:
A. The narrative of why the AR 15-6 is being conducted, read their rights and have their oaths:sworn prior to writing their statements.
B. Frorn.1015-1340 hours l'went ,over their statements-whiled/1MM wasrpresent. _

4. 1430 hours went to the 54 th Q.M. (Mortuary. Affairs) at D-REAR. Talked with and 0111.111 about detainee # 0672583. They were able to furnish the death certificate on detainee # .0672583. 5• [600 hours went to the 2 i s' CSH and talked with, Patients Admissions and Dispositions NCOIC.
6. Filtered through the witness's statements and information gathered from 2000-2300 hours.
24 December 2003
1. 0800-1200 hours started the initial draft of my investigation.
7_ 1430 hours, called_at SJA to asked him about my extension for the AR 15-6, was

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Appendix E, page
001499
AFZB-KB-MED
SUBJECT: Death of Abu Malik Kenami

Chronological History in the Investigation into the Death of Abu Malik Kenami
told to do a memorandum requesting a seven day extension. Also inquired about the statements
and photographs that were taken by CID on 9 Dec 03, told that I can request and receive them if
the case is closed by CID.

3. 1500 hours called WO1 Coppedge to request:
A. That the three 2-44 th ADA guards_111111.11111. and."... are -
at the BHA at 0900 hours art 26 Dec 03 for follow-up questions. _ C.__). I. 1) To have a sandbag present, similar to the one used on detainee if 8 on 8 Dec 03. 2) To have a blanket present, similar to the one used on detainee ft 58 on 8 Dec 03.
B. Asked hirn to hav_call me back, she was the vehicle commander that
drove detainee # 58 body to D-

4. 1600-1830 hours, continued working on the first draft of the investigation.
25 December 2003 Took the day off
26 December 2003
1.
0845 hours -went -to 526th FSB, to receive a additional statement from111111.1. _ExCe,

2.
0905 hours, went to the BHA:

A. Meet with the three ADA guards and went over follow-up questions. Had the guards show.me the type of sandba flex cuffs and blanket was used on detainee# -58 on 9 Dec 03.
-_Talked wit_;',Who'was-in-charge of taking -thetody-d own TOD2REAR: He and 1111111.1111 tell me the events and timeframe for moving the body.
Y.
3. 1040 hours; went to 21 St CSH:_
A. Talked witl_, who signed detainee # 58's death certificate.
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4.
1120 hours went to pick-up copies of the witness statements and photo from the CID.

5.
1330-1800 hours read the new information and started to revise the original draft.

27 December 2003
0700-1130 and 1700-2100 hours, worked an the final draft of my investigation.

28 December 2003
Worked on final draft from 0900-2000 hours.

Appendix E, page 2
001300
DODDOA 026714

SUBJECT: Death of Abu Malik Kenami

POCs During the Investigation into the Death of Abu Malik Kenarrn

amat SJA
(Advisor) 1.1111111.1 111111111111t the BHA)
(Detention act
Facility

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HEADQUARTERS, DIVISION ARTILLERY 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION (AIR ASSAULT) CAMP GLORY, MOSUL, IRAQ
REPLY TO
ATFENTION OF

AFZB-KB-MED 29 December 2003
MEMORANDUM FOR_ 101' Airborne
Division (Air Assault)

SUBJECT: Request for an Extension into the AR 15-6 Investigation Into the Death of Abu
Malik Kenami, detainee 4 0672583.

1.
I'm asking for an extension into the AR 15-6 investigation into the death of Detainee
0672583.

2.
I'm requesting an extension of seven days to the no hter date of 23 December 2003 for the following reasons:

A. That my notification of being the investigation officer into the death of detainee 4
0672583 first occurred at 1300 -hours on 21 December 2003.

B. If I was.notified properly by .SJA,. I would have had fifteen .days -to .clo the investigation instead of two to three .days.that.I presently have.
C. That it is physically impossible to _conduct a proper investigation into the death of
detainee # 0672583 in two days because of the coordination process and the current hostile
conditions of our environment.

3. The POC for this memorandum is the undersigned at DNV 111111111or 61(gim (us.armv.mil ._C_,
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
!-:EALQUARTERS, c0AuTION FORCES NORTHERN !RAO
MoSUL, RAO APO AE 09326

AFZE3-CO 9 Dec•ber 1 003
MEMORANDUM_ DPVARTY,_Airborne Division (.\ii
41_ \t ,_ANsault). Mosul. [rag 09325
SUBJECT: Appointment ZS_ OFFicer to conduct an in•estiu.ation 1.1-) AR 15-6
I . You .are appointed_conduct.an invesilgation.under theprovisions of AR 3.5.-6.inlo the.deat
Malik Kenarni, D013_October i 959, detal3L!e_(x.,725S3. The place or dC;Itil ‘Vas ca. You_make .speciiie_ coneernincr.
a.
..The.cause.of -Abu Icenami's All factors !hat contributed to Abu Kcnanii's death:

c.
Persons. if any, whose actions or failures to act led directly or indircCtiV To Abe i(enami's death -,

d All other matters you deem relevant.
7. You will provide a deriilled chronology of events, \vhieh death explains ail rac•ts and circumstances concernin4._to. •Irid_ death of Abu Kenatni to include tl -c discovely or his )0c1•,. You will_ a E scnaraTu_ of all par-, les ti.1 and a hriclexDlanation of _role the) played .
3.
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4.
You wilt conduct yoc u in ¦ -cstiltaltion using die mformai procedures or Chapter 4, AR 3 5-6 All oiliness statements will be sworn.

S. If, in the course avow investigation, you suspect an individual of a criritinal offi.s:nsc under the
you will advise that person of his or her_under Article_usin:.2, a DA Font! .1;`,38 I and proceed with questionirip_1!.'_ ,..vaves their rights.
(. YOu will COnSUit DR.EAR SJA Section (5g1-0975) 14,11 Ie!ial ad\ ice LT A (0 oi! the.priduct of this C•51 Tat irm
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AFZ13-CG SUBJECT: Appoisturnent as Investiszating Officer to conduct an investigation UP AR 15-6
1. You will submit your report in the form ol'a Memorandum For Record ,;MFR.) attachment w the Report of Proceedings UP AR 15-6 m the DREAR SJA for kg niew Nu. Decesnle.r 2003. Reques15 fOr exlenSiOE of this suspense will he submitted to me ihr:3tsgh the SNilfhid .
Advocate.
b.:AVID H. RETItil
Major General. USA
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SWORN STATEMENT
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PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
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MEMORA DUM FOR. RECORIT
SUBJECT: Death of detainee
1. On or about 090845LDECO3, I returned to the Brigade Holding Area (BHA) at Camp Performance, Iraq. My shift NCOIC, IOW and my senior interrogator,11111. Uninformed me that detainee # 6-72583, Abdul Kareem Abdureda Lafta died in his sleeP.1 he guards alloWed everyone to go to sleep around 04301- The detainee did not wantto go.tosleep,' so the guards attempted to have the detainee conduct corrective training: Detainees have aset , of rules read to them when they arrive: These instructions are very clear andthey are asked if they understand the rules. 672583 was resistant during corrective training,..which usually consists of mild calisthenics: He did not complain-to guards or ask for any assistance. He went to sleep at approximately 0430. When the guards attempted to wake him up at 0730, he did notwake up_111.1111...checked pulse:and determined that he might not be alive. C-MED personnelitactedilli
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WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
This statement is to augment my sworn statement made this same day. It is an attempt to duplicate the sworn statement madepreviously to CID on the day the detainee in question died.
was notified of a detainee death at the brigade holding area and went to the holding area as described in other statements. Atthis time I confirmed that the patient was indeed deceased and I did a post-mortem exam. My findings were as follows: -- Ulceration on left wrist, radial side, grade II, somewhat circular and 3x3 cm. Impressions from flex cuffs, now removed,remained on the left wrist. These went around the ulcer and were eliptica[, present only on the radial side of the wrist. —Ulceration on the right wrist, extensor side, somewhat circular and 2x2 cm. No impressions from flex cuffs_ Grade 11. —Ulcerations on bilateral.ankles, over lateral =neon, grade II, lx1 cm. —Ulceration over right fifth metatarsal heacidorsal. side, grade I, lx Lem_ -- Somewhat linear bullae on medial side of right biceps_ 2x0.5 -cm, fluid filled. —Occipital laceration 1 cm tit= ertgtir:with-associated3x3 -cm hernatoma:
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DEPARTMENT OF TIRE ARMY
BRAVO COMPANY, 3101 ' MI RN (2RCT)
MOSUL, IRAQ

AFZB-KL-B. 14 November 2003
MEMORANDUM OF INSTRUCTION
SUBJECT: Instructions for guard force assigned to 2 nd Brigade Holding Area
Purpose. To establish procedures and Rules of Engagement for the Sergeant of the Guard (SOG) and Guard Force assigned to the 2 1'd Brigade Holding Area (BHA).
2.
Overview_ The primary mission of the guard force is Force Protection of all workers at the BHA. The secondary mission is to establish and maintain control of the detainees. Firm control and strict regimen will greatly assist interrogators in accomplishing their mission. Firm control, coupled with mental stress, can -greatly weaken a detainee's will_ However, guards must be cognizant of all applicable laws and regulations. While control is a must, human rights will not be violated. Emotions can run high when people are face to face with -the enemy: Self discipline and:professionalism will: be maintained at all times. At no tittle will a member -of the guard force inflict bodily harm to au individual uniess•it is in self defense or defense of other Coalition personnel. Physical contact will be limited to sufficient force to move individuals or regain control-of a sit uationZthe-following is a list of responsibilitie.s..for different elements operating out of the BHA:

3.
BHA NCOIC Responsibilities. a_ Maintain schedule for detainees_

b.
Provide guard force with office/storage space.

c.
Coordinate meals for guard force in absence of SOG.

d.
Coordinate with SOG for transport of detainees.

e.
Supervise roll call, physical training and all other mass movements.

f.
Pick up food and water for detainees on Mondays and Fridays. g Maintain control of detainees.

h.
Ensure laws and regulations are strictly enforced_

3. SOG Responsibilities.
a.
Supervise guard force.

b.
Provide logistical support to guards.

c.
Coordinate for transportation of guards.

d.
Supervise mass movements.

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f Ensure proper rest cycle is

g.
Assist in feeding detainees.

h.
Maintain control of detainees.

i.
Ensure laws and regulations are strictly enforced.

J.
Establish and maintain fields of fire and QRF procedures to ensure safety or Coalition personnel.

4. Guard force responsibilities. The guard force will take all instructions from the SOG, BHA NCOIC and interrogation team personnel (as applicable).
a.
Maintaining visual contact of entire room assigned.

b.
Maintaining good order and discipline in holding areas and interrogation rooms_

c.
Limiting access of unauthoriied personnel: -

d.
Supervising work details

e.
Providing appropriate mental stress on detainees.

f.
Escorting detainees to latrine and wash facilities.

g.
Ensure laws and regulations are strictly enforced_

5. Rules of Engagement (ROE): The ROE is designed to maintain the safety of both detainees and personnel working at the BHA. All detainees will be treated humanely and provided the basic human needs IAW the Geneva Convention, FM 27-10,.FM I9-40 and other related:publications. Corrective training may be.assigned to a detainee-in order to reestabliSh control over the detainee, in the .interest of good .and. discipline_ Physical. labor as correctiVe.training.must.not exceed two consecutive hours and must be either related to the offense or improvement of.livingconditions...forthe.detainee...Detainees will maintain living areas within the BHA.Guards working at the facility will use the ntinlinnutAnyoalut. foree:necessary weltrainate, the- threat.. At..ao.tinie be beaten•or physically banned in any way: Weapons status for guards is amber at all time during their tour of duty at the BHA.The following risks are outlined below starting from the least dangerous and ending in the most dangerous:
a.
Disorderly Conduct: In the event an individual detainee becomes disorderly, the guards will immediately subdue the detainee, and contact an interrogator and interpreter working in the BHA. The detainee will be escorted to a separate room, where the interrogator will determine the nature of the problem. If the detainee is calmed down, he will be returned to the general population. If he remains defiant, he will be blindfolded, and sent to a separate room, where he will stay until he becomes calmer.

b.
Escape: If a detainee attempts to escape, the first person that observes the attempted escape will shout, "HALT" or use the appropriate code word of the day. If the detainee does not stop, the guards will shout, "HALT" again. Guards will attempt to stop the detainee using the

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MINIMUM force necessary to regain control of the detainee. As a last resort, detainee may be engaged with small arms fire. This should be a well-aimed shot with the sole purpose of preventing escape. H. a detainee is engaged, the NCOIC will contact Performance Main, the 2 BCT ACT, and the unit to which the guard belongs in order to begin appropriate administrative paperwork and medical treatment_ All personnel who witnessed the incident, will prepare sworn statements.
c_ Riots: In the event more than two detainees attempt to escape from the compound, guards will use necessary force (lethal force if required) to regain control of the situation. After the riot ceases, and Coalition Forces regain control, all living detainees will be placed in the holding
. The detainees. will lie on theirstomachs. facing ..the. walLand . guards will be placed at the entrances of .holding cells. Anyone.
who attempts to get up from the lying position will be restrained, by tying the hands and feet to prevent further disturbance. One interpreter will be with the guards in order to translate instructions in order to avoid confusion. Once order is restored, the BHA NCOIC will then contact Peiforinance Main, the 2 BCT ACT, and the 2 BCT Battle Captain in order to obtain medical support and provide a SITREP to pertinent commands.
6_ Access: All Coalition personnel are authorized in the -administrative (neKt to operations) room in the BHA. However, unescorted access to holding and interrogation rooms are subject to approval by the BHA OIC or NCOIC. Guards will not allow unauthOrized personnel in to the holding areas.
CommurridatiOns:... Alt .emergency tommunications.at BHA will: -be FM voic
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