CaseMap Facts Report - [Redacted] Interview 1

The document includes notes from interviews conducted with FBI personnel [Redacted], regarding his knowledge of EC's from the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, the military's interrogation techniques and strategies, and his experiences serving in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay.

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Interview
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Tuesday, February 24, 2009
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01G-INTV-001329
Case: FBI in Military Zones
Created: 2/24/2009 11:51:19 AM
Date & Time Fact Text (b)(6),(b)(7)(C) says that FD-302s are usually used in the criminal investigative area.
Classified or intelligence information is usually memorialized in an EC. He knows of no rules or
guidelines concerning when a written record of an interview must be prepared, and says for
example, that if an agent gets nothing out of an interview, he may elect not to memorialize it, but a
good agent will probably put something in writing so stating. He believes it is more a matter of
common sense. 1( b)(6),(b)(7)(C) (b)(6)(b)(7)
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Bureau of Investi ation concerning the interrogation 0 (b)(1) He helped (b)(6),(b)(7)(C) write up an EC stating Military Liaison and Detainelini s concurrence
with Behavioral Analysis Unit. He saw the military's strategy concerning several detainees, of
their protocols, and aware of t issues and t-nnflirt (b)(6),(b)(7)(C) lwas also aware and was
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disagree with the military's approach, but he does know what works and what does not. He
believes that inexperienced military interrogators were using inappropriate techniques there. His
concern was more with effectiveness than with other considerations. (b)(6),(b)(7)(C) !was aware that before his time as program manager for U.S. Naval Base
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a number of problems were created by the military's representation to
their chain of command that the Behavioral Analysis Unit agreed with the interrogation plan for
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this, there was a VTC during which (b)(6),(b)(7)(C) ]raised that issue. says L(b)(6)(b)(7)(C)
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11481
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