CID Report: 0073-04-CID939-82657

CID Report on an investigation of: i) Aggravated Assault; ii) Willfully Discharging Firearm; iii) False Official Statement; iv) failure to Obey Order or Regulation. The charges stem from an incident where a Corporal supposedly willfully discharged a weapon in the direction of a detained Iraqi juvenile at the Refuel on the Move (ROM), Combat Support Center (CSC) Kenworth, Iraq. The Corporal stated this was an accidental discharge of his weapon and gave the Iraqi boy five dollars ($5.00) as on-the-spot compensation. The Corporal said he was sitting down with his rifle across his lap when the rifle discharged scaring some of the detainees. Other soldiers’ present offered statements that either denied the incident in order to protect the Corporal or otherwise did not fully cooperate with the investigation. The soldier admitted the substance of the incident and there was no indication that he was being malicious or threatening to the detainees and that the weapon discharge was truly an accident. The Special Agent in Charge has determined that furtherance of this investigation would be of little or no value and that leads remaining to be developed are not significant.

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Investigative File
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Saturday, September 25, 2004
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
78TH MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) (-)
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
LSA ADDER, IRAQ
APO AE 09331

MEMORANDUM FOR: SEE DISTRIBUTION 25 SEP 04
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION —FINAL(C) — 0073-04-CID939-82657 —
5C1B / 5R4B / 5Y2C / 5M3
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 17 MAY 2004/1100 — 17 MAY 2004/1300, NORTH ENTRY CONTROL POINT (ECP), CONVOY SUPPORT CENTER (CSC) KENINORTH, REFUEL ON THE MOVE (ROM), MAIN SUPPLY ROUTE (MSR) TAMPA, IRAQ
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 6 JUL 04, 1442
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SUBJECT - 6)(4)-5, (6)( 7)(c)-6
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; CPL; Min 26 JUN 1980; LOS ANGELES, CA; M;
HISPANIC; C CO, 1/185TH AR BN, CAMP CEDAR II, IRAQ APO AE 09331 (NG); IZ
[MALTREATMENT OF A DETAINEE] [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [WILLFUL
DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM] [FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER] [FALSE OFFICIAL
STATEMENT]

VICTIM:
1.01111111110CIV; IRAQ; M; OTHER; ZZ, NFI [MALTREATMENT OF A

DETAINEE] [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [WILLFUL DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM]
2. US GOVERNMENT [FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER] [FALSE OFFICIAL
STATEMENT]

INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THIS IS AN "OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.
This investi ation was initiated subsequent to notification by a USACIDC Source who related
CP willfully discharged his weapon in the direction of a detainee.
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4 R._ c Investigation established probable cause to believe CPL ommitted the offenses of Aggravated Assault and Failure to Obey an Order when he took aim and discharged his weapon in the direction of MastellIalle Further, investigation established probable cause to believe
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CPL committed the offense of False Official Statement when on 18 May 04, he
provi ed his command with a Swom Statement he knew to be false.

STATUTES:
Article 128, UCMJ: Aggravated Assault
Article 134 [22], UCMJ: Willfully Discharging Firearm
Article 107, UCMJ: False Official Statement
Article 92, UCMJ: Failure to Obey Order or Regulation

EXEM3rTS/SUBSTANTIATION:
ATTACHED:
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Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of SA 30 Jul 04, detailing the initial notification; significant interviews; receipt of the counseling statement, Sworn Statements, and photographs; canvass interviews; and attempts to identify victim.

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2.
Sworn Statement of CP111.1111 7 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the
incident.

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3. Sworn Statement of SGPIIMII 8 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident.
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4. Sworn Statement of SPANN 8 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the
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5. Sworn Statement of SPCIIIIMO, 8 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his Icnowledge of theincident.
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Sworn Statement of SSG"... 9 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of theincident.

7.
Developmental Counseling Form, DA Form 4856, 18 May 04, pertaining to CPL

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8. Sworn Statement of CPL1111.111, 18 May 04, wherein he alleged the discharge was
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SWorn Statement of SPOINIM 18 May 04, wherein he detailed his Imowledge of the incident.

10.
Compact disc 040073.939 containing all photographic images of the detainees. (USACRC and File copies only)

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

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11. Sworn Statement of SAW, 10 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident.
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Photograph of MastelliMit
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13.
Sworn Statement of SPCII 16 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident.

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14.
Sworn Statement of SPAWN 21 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident.

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Hand drawn sketch, 21 Jul 04, prepared by SPANN
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16.
Non-waiver Certificate of CPL fri/Mill26 Jul 04.

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17. AIR of SAIIIMI/11 25 Sep 04, detailing significant interviews; coordination with Iraqi Police (LP) commander, Unit commander and SJA.
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18. Sworn Statement of SGT... 7 Aug 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident.
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19. Sworn Statement of SGT , 17 Aug 04, wherein she detailed how she witnessed CPL re his weapon in the direction of a detainee.
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20.
Hand drawn sketch, 17 Aug 04, prepared by SGT

21.
Coalition Provisional Authority Forces Apprehension Form, 23 May 04, pertaining to Magellan. (b)( 7)(c) ch)(6)

NOT ATTACHED:
None.
The originals of Exhibits 1 through 6, 10 through 20 are attached to the USACRC copy of this report. The originals of Exhibits 7 through 9 and 21 are retained in the files of C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar IL Iraq APO AE 09331.
STATUS: This is a Final (C) Report. This investigation was terminated in accordance with section V, paragraph 4-17(a)(6), CIDR 195-1, in that the Special Agent in Charge has determined that furtherance of this investigation would be of little or no value and that leads remaining to be developed are not significant. Commander's report of action (DA Form 4833) is pending.
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LEADS REMAlNING: Locate, fully identify and interview Master and interpreter.
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DISTRIBUTION:
1 — USACRC (original)
1 — THRU: CDR, C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq TO: CDR, 1/1856 AR BN, CSC Scania, Iraq
1 — THRU: CDR, 3rd MP Group, USAC1DC, Baghdad, Iraq (E-mail only) CDR, 22nd MP Battalion, Baghad, Iraq (E-mail only) TO: CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
1 — CDR, 300th ASG LSA Adder, Iraq (email only) 1 — Trail Counsel, Staff Judge Advocate, BBC, 81s' BCT LSA Anaconda APO AE 09391 ATTN: CPT
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1 — PMO MNC-I (email only)
1 — LNO, CID MNC-I (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION) 1 — File
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00) (1)( D) About 144 Jul 04, this office was notified by USACIDC Registered Source (RS111111.that CPL willfully discharged a weapon in the direction of a detained Iraqi juvenile at the Refuel on the Move (ROM), Combat Support Center (CSC) Kenworth, Iraq, APO AE 09331. The
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scared a detained Iraqi juvenile at the ROM site and he felt bad so he gave the juvenile $5.00. The

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RS related he/she spoke with C Company (CO), 1/185th Armor
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(AR) Battalion (BN), Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who told him/her CPLIIIIIIIko,k aim and fired at the detainee with the round striking the ground about two feet from the detaine,e. .4(
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The RS related SPC11111111,old him/her CPL was frustrated with the detainee because
he would not keep quiet. C12)(1) cc) -111111111112(4)(6
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About 1600, 7 Jul 04, SA this office, coordinated with the Crime Records Center, Fort Belvoir, VA, who conducted a name check on CPL which revealed no derogatory information. b (6)10
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About 1656 7 Jul 04, S this office, interviewed CPTIMMIllalla
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Commander, C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who
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provided a Sworn Statement wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident in which CPL IIIIIIIIII discharged a weapon at the north Entry Control Point (ECP), CSC Kenworth, Iraq. Cf'(-c) (See sworn statement for details) (to(6)-/ (1,)(7) (0 -, (49110About 1130, 8 Jul 04, this office, interviewed sm11111¦1111111111$ ,b )_ C C 0 , 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who provided a Sworn
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Statement wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident in which CPL a weapon at the North ECP, CSC Kenworth, Iraq. (See sworn statement for details) \ 6 co ( oxve, (ow-,.(otve0-9, am,)-9
About 1403, 8 Jul 04, S 'nterviewed SPcallewho provided a Sworn Statement wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident in which CPL discharged his weapon in the direction of a juvenile Iraqi detainee. (See sworn statement for details) (WO
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About 1456, 8 Jul 04, S this office, interviewed spc.rola
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provided a Sworn Statement wherein he detailed his knowledge of the incident. (See sworn statement for details)
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About 1208, 9 Jul 04, SAIIIIIIIIIIIinterviewed SSG( C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar 11, Iraq APO AE 09331, who provided a Sworn Statement wherein he
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
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SA. LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331

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detailed how SGT 011111111111C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar 11, Iraq APO
AE 09331, told that a detained Iraq juvenile reported a soldier shot at him. (See sworn
statement for details)

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About 0945; 10 Jul 04, SA1111111110coordinated with 1 scimimmill1114111111111110 c
co, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who provided this office a photocopy of

elopmental Counseling Form, DA Form 4856, dated 18 May 04, and Swom occ)_,/Statements from CPL and CO, 1/185th AR (oebi_y. BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq 0 AE 09331, detailing the alleged accidental discharge. 1SGaliiiik)( 7)„) 3 (0 (0 .3 also provided digital photographs of the Iraqi nationa,ls detained on the day of the incident. (See developmental counseling form, sworn statements anIcl compact disc for details)
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About 1206, 10 Jul 04, SAIIIIIIIIInterviewed SGT1111.who provided a Sworn Statement
wherein he detailed an Iraqi juvenile detainee reported to him that a Hispanic soldier shot at him.
SGTIONOviewed all the digital photographs of the detaines from the day of the incident and
identified one of the photographs as the juvenile detainee who alleged he wis fired at. (See sworn
statement and photograph for details)

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About 1000, 12 Jul 04, SAIIIIMSinterviewed SPCOMMINOMMIIIMIDC
CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who related he did not have any
knowledge of the incident wherein CPL discharged his weapon at the ROM site.

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About 1030, 12 Jul 04, SA interviewed SP
CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar 11, Iraq APO AE 09331, who related he did not have any
knowledge of the incident wherein Cal.= discharged his weapon at the ROM site.

b ac,)((&)(7) -((Ne 7) c(7- / i(k)a)-) (6)(7)C 9 /Between 1300 and 1430, 14 Jul 04, SAIIIIMMI SAMMIland CID bite/pretext..
41.11MPIII.10 this office, conducted canvass interviews of the Iraqi nationals along route Indy and north of the road into An Nasiriyah, Iraq. All individuals canvassed were shown a photograph of the victim and asked if they knew him or how to locate him. All individuals denied they had seen the individual before.
AGENT'S COMMENT: The individuals canvassed appeared reluctant or fearful of providing
information to this office.

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Between 1230 and 1345, 15 Jul 04, SA SA.11111111.and CID Interpreter 111111111111111111)conducted further canvass interviews route Indy and north of the road into An
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER( ORGANIZATION
ai(7)(`)((OW' toe zfri(78th Military Police Detachment (CID)
SA LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331

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30 JUL 04
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Nasiriyah, Iraq. All individual's canvasses were provided photocopies of the photograph of the
victim with this offices contact information written on them in Arabic and English requesting they
contact this office if they had any information pertinent to this investigation.

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About 1154, 16 Jul 04, SA interviewed SPC C CO,
1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who provided a Sworn Statement wherein he
related he overheard an Iraqi juvenile say a soldier fired his weapon near him. (See sworn

statement for details)
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About 1450, 16 jul 04, SA10.111111/111interviewed SPC C
CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331, who related he relieved CPL

team at the north ECP on the day of the incident. SPCialMarelated CPL COC7kc)-y, ei4e6)-Y
told him he was sitting down with his rifle across his lap when the rifle discharged
scaring some of the detainees. SPCOMIPrelated when he arrived to relieve CPL
team the detainees had already been transported to the Iraqi Police (IP) Station. RIIMIIIL-P( 6j (r)

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Between 1300 and 1400, 19 Jul 04, S SAIIIIIIIIISand CID Interpreter
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About 0920, 20 Jul 04, SAgIIIIIIINlbinterviewed SPC

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1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331, who related he was part of the roving patrol that transported the detainees to the lP station; however he did not know that there had been a discharge of a weapon. SPC 611111111110further related he was marming a crew served weapon (00)(0"") CO(4)-V while at the IP station and did not have any further information to add to this investigation.
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About 0930, 20 Jul 04, SA nterviewed SGT 11111111k co, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who related he was a member of the roving patrol which transported the detainees to the IP station; however he did not know a
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weapon had been discharged. SGT.1111111111111-urther related he was manning the vehicle radio (4lio -9
while the detainees were brought into the IP station and did not have anything further to add to this investigation.
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About 1423, 20 Jul 04, SA4111M111.nterviewed SPC C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331, who related they detained some Iraqi
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
(Oa -/, (We, -/ (Pa) 78th Military Police Detachment (CID)
SA LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331

SIGNATUR (19)(7)(V -DATE EXHIBIT
04)-30 JUL 04

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nationals and held them until 2nd Squad arrived to relieve them at about 0615, 17 May 04. SPC:6)c 7Y-c) ' elated they released the detainees to 2nd Squad along with the paperwork.
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About 1440, 20 Jul 04, SA interviewed SPC111.11111///O011111111/1 C
CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar 11, Iraq APO AE 09331, who related they detained four Iraqi
civilians about 0630 on an unknown day in May 04. SPC N/librelated they transported the (0t7)(0-4/ W(0"/
four detainees to the North ECP of the ROM site and dropped them off with three other detainees
already being held at that location. SPC111110related another squad took control of the GY V(0 ar")-9'
detainees and they returned to Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331.

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Between 0840 and 0910, 21 Jul 04, SA -SA d CID Interpreter (6)( 7)66(IIIII/INIII.conducted further canvass interviews of the Iraqi Civilians inside the Visitor
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Control Center (VCC), Talfil Air Base, Iraq APO AE 09331. All of the individuars canvassed were shown a photogaph of the victim and all denied any knowledge kof the victims identity or location.
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Between 1100 and 1230, 21 Jul 04, S d CID Interpreter C4)(7)co -(sommillikonducted further canvass interviews of the Iraqi Civilians along route Indy and (b)Ch " north of the road into An Nasiriyah, Iraq. One individual canvassed related the victim had been driven to the front gate and was provided medical care for a gunshot wound to the stomach area.
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About 1240, 21 Jul 04, SAMINNEIFoordinated with personnel at the ECP and the VCC of Tallil Air Base, Iraq. The personnel were provided with a photograph of the victim and related the victim had not been seen before at either location.
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(b)(7)_1__About 1429, 21 Jul 04, SA nterviewed SPOON/Who provided a Sworn Statement wherein he detailed his knowledge of the discharge at the ROM site. Further, SPC
''4)( " al/Oprovided a hand drawn sketch depicting his location in relationship to the detainees when (6)t6) the weapon was discharged. (See swom statement and sketch for details)

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About 1035, 26 Jul 04, SANNOMMIladvised CPL of his legal rights, which he invoked, requesting a lawyer. (See non-waiver certificate for details) h)(P)co-c 60/6)-/ (b)(7)(4i-/ (41( 0-1 19(7)Ce)_(1)ti)-1About 1130, 26 Jul 04, S and SA ordinated with CPTIONIM 0)( 7)N-3 ImoCivil Affairs, 300th Area Support Group (ASG), Logistical Support Area (LSA) Adder,/4)")(Iraq APO AE 09331, who introduced us to an interpreter (NFI) working for him at the VCC. A
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ( ORGANIZATION
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photograph of the victim was shown to the interpreter who related he believed the juvenile was treated for a gunshot wound to the stomach at the Korean compound.
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About 1315, 30 Jul 04, SA01111111, SA d Interpreterall¦MI coordinated with M . Interpreter, Korean Hospital, Camp Soehe, Tallil Air Base, Iraq APO AE 09331, who was shown a photograph of the victim and related he had not seen the victim. Mr.IIIIIIII&poke with and provided the photograph to the doctors and staff at the hospital, which revealed the victim had not been treated at the hospital. ///LAST ENTRY///
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ORGANIZATION
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S 1111 LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331

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Building 311, CID Office 7 Jul 4 IVfoti ISA Adder, Iraq, APO AE 09331
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Company Commander, C Co, 1-185th AR BN, Camp Cedar, Iraq APO AE 09331 (..L91 7)(0-'/, Cbit61--/
IlgrallitiMM want to make the following statement under oath and of my own free will: I do not remember the exact date of this incident. SGTI.Fand CPL (4)( 7)Le.)-V, (.47)(6)1
,--IIIIIIprrived at the Catnp Cedar BDOC at the conclusion of their shift to report to me that CPL Aguilar had an accidental discharge while clearing his weapon at CSC ICE tated to me that after his squad, along with elements from
Platoon, completed pmcessing and transporting out a large number of detainees to a local IP station that he was near the south ROM of CSC ICENWORTH and began
b (06'9 clearing his weapon. He further stated that while clearing it, he mistakenly pulled the trigger and fired one round into the dirt near the side of the road. CPL Aguilar continued to state that he informed his acting Squad Leader, SG as soon as he saw him to (b)( 7)ct )-9, tb)( (,)- 9 report the incident. Following the shift change, SG scorted CPL e (J.)(7)co -5,, (Oa) -V BDOC to report the incident to me. I listened to CPL s statement, an at the time _Le'a i / s
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did not doubt his integrity. Up to that point, I was unaware of any discipline or attitude issues with him. This was the first incident involving CPL .1111111liatienuld recall. I was also impressed with the fact that he reported the incidAptdoinplather than hi—clan-4 (6-)4-;) decided on the spot to verbally counsel CPL 111111r the senouseess of the AD and what punishment he could expect if this were to happen again. At that point I considered the matter closed. On 5 July 04, I spoke to SG egarding his concerns for his (b)(-Vco -Y, (104-V safety. I asked SG o provide me information regarding why another soldier was (b)(7)cc)-/, (Ha,/ -f
k,(g)cf°) ____so-frigli en o SGT hen told me everything the other soldier knew of the (4, )c-ocq -,t, cbgo -‘/incident for which CPL being investigated. In addition to telling me that the other soldier had witnessed with large sums of money in his possession,
(6)(7)c.) -Y, cbgb)-/ SGT./Fold me that the other so ler knew more about the accidental discharge. It took me a moment or two to remember what he was talldng about, eventually I was able to recall the incident. SG tated that the other soldier either witnessed or had Cb)c7)(,) - 9, (4 )(6) - 7
b((eAl heard from ano er did not in fact have and AD, he had
purposely fired near one of the detame 's prior to their transport to the ROM. I asked

'6)( Ve6) -,' t6/(cl 1 SGTIOnif he was there, and why he did not report this to me immediately. SAW (1,)zoc,.)-y (19a,), 9 stateEthat when this incident occurred he had traveled back to the BDOC to obtain more detention forms and was not present at the site. I asked again if there were any other witnesses, and he stated that SPlawas.nearly hit by the round when it was fired. I (6)(7)(`--) I, (4)(6)-y have not as of yet spoken to SP egarding this incident. e kic o -5', 0.)7)/,)-7 -
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Q: Did you type the above statement?
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Q: When CPL eported the accidental discharge to you, did he mention if anyone witnesse
A: No.
Q: Do you know if anyone witnessed it?
A: No, I do not.
6(6, )(.6 Did CPL IMFreceive any pimishment?

A: I am not aware of any.
Q: Is the ampktuntion of the personnel working the ROM controlled and signed for?
A: It is controlled, we issue a basic load and as they expend any ammunition we will issue more ammunition. Usually after we conduct a small arrns range we will prepare an expenditure report and re-issue ammunition.
b (6) (0 ______Q:_ Did CPL MR state where he was while he was clearing his weapon?
A: I don't believe he did, I assumed it was near the south traffic control point at the south ROM.
Q: Did he mention if he was using the benn to clear his weapon?
A: No; I don't recall.
Q: What ig the procedure for clearing the weapon when going from red status to yellow status?
A: Make sure the weapon is on safe arid pointed away from an personnel or vehicles, preferably at the ground. Remove the magazine, eject the round, visually check the chamber then place the magazine back in the weapon.
Q: When would a soldier go from yellow status to red status?
A: If he were dealing with any unauthorized personnel within our perimeter, guarding detainees, when a soldier is prepared to engage a target or when traveling on the MSR's or ASR's. Also whe a soldier feels threatened.
: Was CPL dealing with detainees on the day in question?
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A: I believe he was ding the detainees.
Q: Did CPL assist in the transport of the detainees?
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Q: How many soldiers were guarding the detainees?
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A: 11111MI don't know exactly, we had a patrol provided by 3rd Platoon that was '0(2) -y.supporting the processing and transportation.
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A: No, he would have to wait until the detainees had been transported off the site.
Q: What is the difference in yellow status and red status?
A: In yellow status there is a magazine in the well, and red status there is a round chambered and the weapon is on safe.
Q: While guarding detainees are soldiers suppose to have their weapons on safe?
A: Yes, absolutely.
Q: Are your soldiers trained to have their finger on the trigger while guarding detainees?
A: No, specifically instructed to leave their finger off the trigger. All my soldiers have been through reflexive fire training, the finger is off the trigger at all times during this training unless they are engaging targets. They have put hundreds of rounds down range during this training.
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A: Yes.
Q: What kind of weapon does he have assigned?
A: Either M-16 oriM-4.
Q: Is he qualified on his weapon?
A: Yes.
Q: Has CPL ver had an accidental discharge in the past, other than the one in question?
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EMINIIma i a point to report this incident?
Q: Why do you suspect t
A: I believe CPL was worried that someone witnessed him firing a round near a local national and he wanted to establish with his chain of conunand that it was an accidental discharge.
Q: Did SGT111111tell you how much money CPL hadj, ien6h)istrpo)ssession?
A: No, he just described it as a large sum.
Q: Did he mention if it was U.S. currency or Iraqi Dinar?
A: Iraqi Dinar
Q: Was SPC11101working with CPL n the day in question?
A: Yes, I believe so.
Q: Do you have anything you would like to add to your statement?
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Location: Date: 78th MP DET (CID) (-), LSA 8 Jul Time: I I 3 0 Iraq APO AE 09331
Statement of: SSN: SGT notc,)- )(1,)(7)(c)-
Org/Address: C CO, 1/185t" AR BN Camp Cedar, Iraq
(.0- 0111111.111111 wa nt to malce the following statement under oath: Op)(4)-‘4, (b_v_.7)co

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I am the eam Leader for 1st Platoon, 2nd Squad. We currently work the Entry Control Point (ECP) but prior to that we worked the Refuel on the Move (ROM) site. Around May or Jun 04, prior to reporting to work I heard on the radio that 3rd Squad needed
assistance at a civilian bypass, right before the overpass, because they had six detainees
and needed assistance. I sent half my guys to the South ROM and the other half, CPL
and myself went to assist 3'1 Squad. We arrived and transported the detainees back to the North ROM. There were two other detainees at the North ROM when we
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arrived. So there were 8 detainees in all. After we arrived at the North ROM we released the night shift and gave the detainees MRE's and water. I realized we then need to start the paperwork and only had one form so I had to go back to the BDOC to obtain more rro. Coalition Provisional AuthorityApaehension Fonns. I left CPL 1111111111-in-clifige_of---4)/(2", (4)(7)(6Y/the North ROM site with SPCMand SPAM. When I returned to the__Nsith CA (0-'6 (V(7)(0--/
ROM site CPLIIIIIMPapproached me and told me he needed to talk vine. CPL ----111111111111old me he had accidentally discharged his weapon bec e the Iraqi National
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would not shut up when he told him to be quiet. CPL aid this happened because hairng to intimidate him. There was no mentioned b CPL (4)( 7)0 that SPC as around when this occurred. I asked CPL (6)(6)" to do and he said to go to BDOC and report it. I took CPL e BDOC and he r orted it. That was the last I heard of it until three nights ago (g.)(‘)-4/, coc7)e,-.)-
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Q. Did CPL say why he wanted to report the accidental discharge?
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A. Yes, I believe he said "he didn't want to get accused of shooting at the detainee."
Q. Do you know the name of the detainee?
A. No, but we filled out the Coalition Provisional Authority Apprehension Form and
L‘ki)(-0-./ gave this to SGT ho transported the detainees to the Iraqi Police Station.

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A. They should. It was given to an Iraqi Police e forms were blue in color.
,. )r,". Did you talk to CPL after SG told you this? CO (7 ) cc) -3, (Pa.)- 3 0,9)Crk--,A. Yes I told L the kid said he gave him $5 to cover up the discharge and
'CPIt, said he gave him the $5 to shut up.
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Q. What was the weapon status on the day of the accidental discharge?
A. 'There was no SOP at the time and some soldiers were at 4, mber and some were at
Red. . Was the detainee injured when CPLIIIIIIIIIfirecl at him? . I asked CPL if anyone was injured and he told me no. ,
( QrDid CP,L eive any disciplinary action fol. the accidental discharge? '
A. Not that I know of. I know he received a counseling statement.
Q. When did this the discharge occur?
A. It would have had to be somewhere between 1100 and 1300. It was before the Rovers picked them up and they were picked up around 1400 I believe.
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A. No, I don't think so.
Q. Where exactly at the North ROM were the detainees being held?
A. Right behind the front guard shack, sifting on the Tall Texas rails. We rotated them in and out of the shade.
Q. Where is the North ROM?
A. Off of MSR Tarnpa, south of Route Indy.
Q. Do you have anything else you would like to add to this statement?
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have read or had read to me this statement, which begins on page 1 and ends on page 3. I fully understand the contents of the entire statement made by me. The statement is true. I have initialed all corrections and have initialed the bottom of each page containieg the statement. I have made this statement freely without hope of benefit or reward, without threat of punishment, and without coercion, unlawful influence, or unlawful inducement.
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Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to administer oath, this 8th day ofJuly 2004 at, 78th MP DET (CID) (-), LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq APO AE 09331
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0,9t-7)(-(-)-4 (,)-q Iliffarawant to make the lowing state t under oath and of my own free will: I don't remember the exac ate, but it was' ater April or early May 04, I am not sure. We had some detainees the north TCP the ROM site, between the hours of 0700 and 1500. CPL had an acci ntal discharge from his weapon. I was standing about one meter away from him at th entrance to the guard shack. I heard the shot fired I then turned to see CPLINIIIIIwith his weapon pointing in direction of some Iraqi detainees and there were two MCT soldiers in that vicinity also. At that point I asked him what happened and he told me he had an accidental discharge, because of what I saw I had anger towards him. In a loud voice I showed anger, and yelled at him, I told him what he did was stupid and it was vvrong. At that time, because I was angry, I w lked back to the M113 to check the battery levels. While I was at the
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Q: Did you the a ove statement?
A: No, S typed it for me. (6)0 ) cc - , (leg )
Q: How many detainees did you have on the day in question?
A: I believe it was about 8.
Q: Who was in charge of guardin the detainees? ----A: We all were. CPL would have been the ranking soldier on location.
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A: Not that I saw.
Q: What is the general rule with your weapons when guarding detainees?
A: I would say have your weapon with you, at a minimum of yellow status with your
weapon on safe.
Why would a round chambered?

A: He chambered a round earlier that morning, when we took the detainees into our control
Q: How long had the detainees been in your control before CP11.111111L
11111had the accidental discharge?
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Q: Is it normal procedure to wait for three hours to clear your weapon?
A: Negative.
Q: Has your unit been trained on the proper procedure for clearing weapons?
A: Yes.
Q: What is that procedure? (6)(.-7)(.,-)-1, L OU, )-
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A: Make sure your weapon is on safe, pointed in a safe direction away from anyone, disengage the magazine, pull the charging handle to the rear and hold it, visually watch the round eject, and visually inspect the chamber.
Q: During this training was your unit trained on the placement of your trigger finger?
A: Yes, your trigger fmger should not be on the trigger.
Q: During this training did your unit receive training on when to place your finger on the trigger?
A: Yes, when you are engaging a target.
Q: Did your unit receive training on when to clear your weapon?
A: Usually we always cleared our weapon after an exercise while we are on a range during an exercise. In a real life situation you do not clear your weapon until you come back on base or when th e is no more possibility of a threat.
: 'When CPL as clearing his weapon, and had an accidental discharge was
6 C(0) (-5-.)."1threat still possible?

A: I didn't feel there was a threat present.
Q: Did you feel a threat during the three hours the detainees were in your custody?
A: No.
Q: Was there any specific order to keep your weapons locked and loaded?
A: No.
Q: If there would have been such an order, who would have given it?
A: The squad leader would have given it, or the NCOIC.
Q: Who was the COIC?
CPL s he was the ranking person on location.
(- )e'l Did CPL 've an order to keep your weapons locked and loaded?

A: No, there was no order to keep my weapon locked an loaded.
Q: Were you aware of anyone else having their weapon locked and loaded?
A:
Negative, I didn't ask anybody. : How far away from CPLIMOIrwere you when the shot was fired?

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About 1 meter.

Q: Did you visually witness the shot being fired?
A: Yes
What did you see when CPLIIIIIIIIrfired the shot?

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A: I saw him take aim in the direction where Iraqi's were in the vicinity and two MCT soldiers were in a ve *c e. I saw the weapon discharge.
2 (0(s)--Q: Did CPL bring the weapon up, talce aim. and fire in the direction of an Iraqi detainee?
A: Yes.
609)(5- ) 7-4Q: Why did CPL11111111.fire at a detainee?

A: That I do not know, I can only say he done it to scare them. I did not see anything go on that would make him angry at the detainees. My opinion is he was just fucldng arotmd and not giving a damn about his actions at that time.
Q: Was this an accidental discharge?
A: He took aim possibly at a target past them and squeezed the trigger.
Q: Did you witness him squeeze the trigger?
A: Yes.
Q: Was him squeezing the trigger an accident?
A: My opinion, no.
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A: Rifled lowered and he sat there, I just kind of remember the look on his face, he just stared at the ground like he lcnew he just fucked up.
Q: Where did the round impact?
A: I did not see where the round impact, as far as I know the round did not strike any objects or people around us.
Q: Who else witnessed this?
A: SP (j,K,)(...,.)--/ _. cbitt,)-9
Q: Why did you state earlier in your statement that you did not witness CPL 11111111—../(6,,* ) fire the weapon?
A: Because for some reason I did not want to believe I saw something that stupid happen. I have been under a lot of stress lately and it is something that I wish to forget than to remember.
1, (06-)---Q: Did CPL MOask you not to tell what happened?
A: No, he just told me to say If anyone asks me what happened, just tell them that I forgot to clear my weapon after the incident happened and it that it was an accidental discharge.
. Q: Do you lmow if an Iraqi detainee was struck with debris from the round CPL
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that day that CPL paid the Iraqi five dollars to keep his mouth shut about
t happened.

Q: After CPL MO fired the round, did he clear his weapon?
A: I didn't actually see if he did or not.
Q: Did the MCT soldiedwitnesi this incident?
A: Yes, they witnessed it from a distance. They were outside the furthest barrier.
Q: About how far away were the MCT soldiers?
A: About 50 meters.
j rf\( \ ,--Q: How far away from the detainees ¦Vas CPL MIN

S L ' ) ' ' — A: Ten to fifteen riteterp, I'm not exactly sure on the distance. At that time of day we
were moving them bad and forth to the shade.

Q: How far away from the detainees were the MCT soldiers?
A: The nearest detainees from them would have been 25 meters.
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• Where you facing CPL when he fired the weapon?
A: Yes.
Q: Where you in danger from his actions?
A: From where I was standing no, I would not say direct danger because the weapon was not pointed in my direction, but I would say on a lesser account not only myself, but. everyone there was in danger because you cann.ot control the round once it comes out of the weapon. Who is to say it would not have hit one of the concrete barriers and came back at us.
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A: He pulled the weapon up to s oulder level, looked through his laser sight and fired the weapon; I don't know if the sight was on or off.
Q: Do have anything you wish to add to your statement?
A: No.///END OF STATEMENT///
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arrested had lied to us in the past and I didn't hear anything about a discharge of a weapon when I left the ROM, so I didn't put much stock in it. We went back to Cedar 11 and Hell fighter, I returned the evidence and apprehension forms to the OIC. I am fairly sure it was LTWIIII I informed him that one of the boys had said that an American Lb )0)(0- (6)(b)" 3 soldier had shot at him, what I remember is that he told me there was an accidental discharge at the ROM and the paperwork had been handled. I took his word for it and
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A: No I did not, I dictated it.
Q: Do you remember how many Iraqi's were involved?
A: Approximately seven.
Q: Did any of the detainees complain about an injury to his eye?
A: No, not that I am aware of.
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A: The Iraqi highway patrol station on MSR Jackson.
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Q: Had any detainees in the past claimed to have been shot at?
A: No.. (.6)c-oco.t6)t.(0)-
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A: I think so.
Q: Did the detainee identify who fired at him?
A: No.
Q: Did the detainee state when this incident occurred?
A: Not to my recollection, just that it happened on the ROM.
Q: Was a report generated to document the detainee's statement?
A: Not from me.. C.6)c7)c,)- 3, (—Wu-)
Q: Do you know what paperwork LT111111was referring to when he told you the paperwork had been handled?
A: Probably a serious incident report. We have copies of forms to fill out at Hell fighter base.
Q: Did you ever hear anymore on the accidental discharge?
A: Nothing
Q: Did you ever hear anymore on the detainee's accusation?cka)(7)(4)-9, 02)04.) ,V
A: No..
Q: Do you know if anyone other than SPC .itnessed what the detainee stated?
A: It's possible; you would have to ask SP .0,90)c -.(.12) to
Q: Are the detention and evidence forms maintained at Cedar?
A: As far as I know, Yes.
Q: Where and by whom are they maintained?
A: Hellfighter base, I assume C Company.
Q: Do you have anything you would like to add to your statement?
A: No.///END OF STATEMENT///
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my own free will: I don't know the exact date, we were the Romeo element called to
transport about six or so detainees from the ROM site. When we got there the guys from
lst platoon were out there, they told us the detainees were out there. They also told us
they were homosexual, or that they are being prostitutes. They told us they were selling
cigarettes and liquor. We gave them water, asked if they needed food or medical
attention. They all wanted soda and cigarettes. We re-searched them for weapons. We
loaded then into the five ton, transported them to the IP station on ASR JACKSON.
Once we arreived and we started off loading everybody, one of my soldiers told me that
one of the kids wanted to report being shot at. Through an interpreter the kid told me that
a short Mexican with a mustache fired a weapon in his general vicinity and gave him five
dollars, so he would not say nothing.. The 1dd appeared to be somewhat shaken, it could
have been because he was at the police station, because he didn't appear to be bothered
until we arrived there. The kid showed me the five dollars. I reported to my squad leader
and he said he would tum it in to higher. Once we got back to our living area I asked
around to find out if any fired a round at aldd. I was told at that time there was an
accidental dischar e while clearing weapons after they detained suspects.
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A: I dictated and S typed it.
Q: When you first amv at e ROM site, who were the soldiers guarding the
detainees?

A: 1st P n, the only one I really remember being there is and I believe (1.,)(7)c Yi (6)Up)-`1 SP I may be wrong on that. (..b)( -7)c .)-cbx &
Q: Did any of the detainees need medical attention?
A: No body said they needed medical attention, we had a medic with us, but no one
asked for it.

Q: Were all the detainees hand cuffed?
A: Yes.
Q: How were they hand cuffed?
A: With flexi cuffs or five fifty cord.
Q: Were their hands behind them or in front of them?
A: Some might have been in front and some behind. Usually we put their hands behind
them until they are searched and then move them to the front. If they are kids we like to
put their hands in the front and loosen them up.

Q: Were all the detainees transported in the same vehicle?
A: Yes.
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Q: When the detainees were re-searched for weapons was any U.S. currency found?
A: Not when they were researched. There was no money at all found.
Q: 'What did the Idd report when you arrived at he IP Station?
A: He reported through an interpretor that a round was fired from a gun towards him by a short Mexican who gave him five dollars to be quiet.
Q: Did he show you the five dollars?
A: Yes..
Q: Where was the money at on his persons?
A: The elastic part of his pants had a little cut in it and the money was in the waistband of his pants. He was handcuffed in the front, that's how he got the money out of his pants.
Q: Was it a five-dollar bill?
A: Yes, American five-dollar bill.
Q: Has this particular kid been known to lie in the past?
A: They all lie.
Q: Has this child ever reported in the past that someone had shot at him?
A: No.
Q: Have you dealt with this particular child before?
A: Yes.
Q: Has he ever posed a threat to you?
A: No.
Q: Has he ever posed a threat to anyone that you know of?
A: Not that I know of, there has been reports of Ali Babba in the ROM site, not this kid though.
Q: Who was the s uad leader you reported this incident to?
A: SS Nc-Occ)-9 Ct,)t.0)-Y
Q: Do you know if he reported it to higher?
A: I believe he did, because there was the paperwork on the accidental discharge.
Q: Did you see any injuries on this particular Idd?
A: I didn't see any injuries on him.
Q: Could you recognize this child if you seen him again?
A: Sure.
Q: Do you know his name?
A: I don't know his name.
Q: Did any other soldiers witness what this Idd r orted to you?
A: Yes, I believe it was SP • Clo) L-7) 0-) -("4 13'3 9
Q: Did you report this to anyone other than SS itoc-Oc -(,)-y
A: I asked arotmd to people in lst Platoon if any shot at the 1dd, I would have been really
pissed off if someone really shot at this Idd, unless he was brandishing a weapon. I was , told it was an accidental discharge.
Q: Had you somewhat befriended this Idd?
A: Yes.
Q: How many times has he been caught at the ROM site that you are aware of?
A: At least three of four times that I'm aware of.
Q: Do you have anything you would like to add to your statemmt?
A: No.///END OF STATEMENT///
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SWO1RN STATEMENT corocc.)
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DATE: TIME:
LOCATION:
Building 311, CID Office, 16 Jul 04 1% 073-04-CID939-82657 LSA Adder, Iraq APO AE 09331
MIDDLE NAME: SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER: GRADE/STATUS:
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C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq APO AE 09331

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want to make the following statement under oath and In own ree WI : was May of 04 and we were on patrol and had gotten a call that the guys at the Rom had just caught a couple of Iraqi's selling beer and cigarettes. We were told to go over there and pick them up and take the to the Ip station. On our way over there someone from the Rom called into hell fighter and reported AD. When we got there they had restrain everybody and were waiting for us to pick them up. We loaded up into the five tone and took them to the Ip station. While they varnloading them one of the kids said that someone shot a round off right next to him. -Y , (6)Ctv) Q- Did you type the above statement? A- Yes. Q- What is the ROM? A- It is the site where we protect the convoys on MSR Tampa running north and south. Q- What is the IP station? A- Iraqi Police Station. Q- What is Hell Fighter? A- The Command for Camp Cedar, it is the Command cell for the force protection of
Camp Cedar.
Q- 'What do you mean by AD?
A- Accidental Discharge.
Q- How did they have the detainee's restrained?
A- They were restrained with "Flexi Cuffs" I think the kids were cuffed in front and the
adults were cuffed behind their backs.
Q- How many detainees did they have at the ROM when you picked them up?
A- My best guess would be seven, I really do not remember there was a few kids with
some adults.
Q- 'Where was the LP station located?
A- North on Tampa and you turn right just before the Euphrates River.
Q- Who was unloading the detainee's at the IP station?
A- I cannot remember, probably the guys driving the 5 Ton truck, but I am not sure.
Q- Who was in the 5 Ton?
A- I am not sure, they are in our company but they were just grabbed that day to drive the
truck.
Q- Who fro oving patrol w at theMaitigal.a
A-SS SPC SGTOMMIIIMISGTIMIN SPC
and a medic but I am not sure who the medic was that day.
Q- What were you doing when you heard the Iraqi kid say that a soldier shot near him?
A- I was providing protection on the M249 in the HUMMWV turret.
Q- So you over heard the conversation, correct?

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A- Yes. 03 K-004- "I, Cloy cc.)
Q- Do you remember who the kid was talking to? A- I am not sure, there were a couple of guys on the ground I know S was dovvn there, but I am not sure on the rest and I am not sure if SS spoke with
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Q- Did the kid say who shot by him?
A- No, just a soldier.
Q- What exactly did the 1dd say?
A- He said that one of the soldiers shot around or right by him, I don't remember if he
said the soldier showed him the weapon and shot right by him or what.
Q- Did the kid say if the soldier that shot near him said anything to him?
A- No.
Q- Did the kid show anyone any money that he had on him while at the rp Station?
A- I didn't see him show anything.
Q- Do you remember the Iraqi Idds name or have any documentation that might have his
name on it?
A- No.
Q- Did anyone say anything to you or did you overhear anyone talking about the soldier
shooting near the Iraqi kid?
A- No.
Q- Duitu have anything else that you would like to add to this statement?
A- 4111///End of Statement///

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want to make the following statement under oath and of m own free will:
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shack when I herd the shot coming from behind me tomes the grown infront of where I cla)ci)co-1,_y 6,)(f)____was standing . I look back at Cpl. MIMI affte said9Terad a accidental discharge. I got
12 co usactoat=hz_CpTh 1.411111pr went to talk t 'ds got scared and was crying. Cpl scared because the shot sounded too close to me. Spc happened. gm )(1)(cb)(6,)-1 Q- Did you type the above statement? tarted to yell because one of Then Cpl told me he BDOC what ) 16) (.7 ) 4-,) -1, c900)-1 C6)C7)co -y ) cot ,.
A- Yes.
Q- When did this incident occur?
A- I think it was in May.
Q- What time of the day?
A- Probably before lunchtime, around 1000 or 1100.
Q- What does ecp stand for?
A- Entrance Control Point.
Q- How many detainees were there?
A- Two adults, and five or six children or teenagers.
Q- What were they detained for?

A- I think that day, we actually caught the adults dropping them off to sell cigarettes. The
squad that was worldng before us caught them and we kept them and the Iraqi Police
were supposed to pick them up but our roving patrol was the ones who took them to the
IP station I think. bC&X.S9
Q- Did you actually see CPL 1111111111.-pre his weapon?
A- No, he was behind me and I was facing the detainees keeping security.
Q- Were you in the line of fire?
A- I think I was. brepXs-)
Q- How did CPL....1y that he had an accidental discharge?
A- I believe he sai e was clearing his weapon.
Q- Did he say why he was clearing his weapon?
A- No.
Q- Do you usually keep a round in the chamber when you have detainees?
A- I do.
Q- If you had a rotuid in the chamber and still had detainees would you clear your
weapon?
A- Not if I didn't have to. sip c6)(7)(..9.1, (000)1

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Q- Describe how you clear your weapon?
A- I take out the magazine, pull back on the charging handle, and look into the chamber
to ensure that it is all clear.
Q- Is your finger on the trigger when you clear your weapon?
A- No.
b (69)6-.----Q- After CPL....Lad the discharge did you tum around and look at him?
A- Yes.
Q- Did he still have a magazine in his rifle?
A- I do not remember.
Q- What was he doing when you turned around?
A- Holding his rifle and he was looldng at me.
Q- Was he holding his rifle with both hands?
A- I do not remember.
Q- When you clear your weapon, where is it pointed?
A- It should be pointed inside a barrel or down.
Q- How long have you been in the Army?
A- 3 years.
Q- In the time that you have been in the army, how many times have you had an
accidental discharge?
A- None.
y was the kid crying after CPL....ad the discharge?
A- Because he got scared.
Q- Did the round impact near him?
-I felt that the shot went in front of me but I am not sure where it actually impacted.
b(0(11---At Q- Do you think that CPL eant to fire his weapon?
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Q- Did CPL alk to the kid afterward?
A- Yes, he told ' t to be scared, that is what CPL AGLTILAR told me he said.
-Did CPL 've the kid any money?
A- Not that I know of

How far was it from CPLIIIII. when the shot was fired, to the kid that started crying? A- About 15 feet I think. Q- Was theldd injured from the shot? A- No.
-Was CPLINgralangry with the 1dd or any of the detainees prior to the accidental
¦ CG) ('-discharge? A- I don't thinIc he was to the point he would do it on purpose. Q- Is there anything that you would like to add to this statement? A- NW/END OF STATEMENT///
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RIGHTS WARNING PROCEDURE/WAIVER CERTIFICATE
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code, Section 3012(g) To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
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2. DATE 3. TIME p4 4. FILE NO.
1. LOCATION 78th MP DET (CID)(-), LSA Adder, Iraq APO AE 09331 26 Jul, 0409-)035—' 0073-04-CID939-82657
8. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
5. NAME (Last, First, M1) Li 4 ) c ...c--) c co, 1/185th AR BN
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PART 1- RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE Section A. Rights
The investigator whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States Amy Criminal Investigations Command and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am
suspected/aoeueed• Maltreatment of a Detainee, Aggrivated Assualt, Willful Discharge(Firearm), Failure to Obey, False Official Stmt// Before he/she asked me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
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I do not have to answer any questions or say anything.

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Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.

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(For personnel subject 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. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Govemment or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me,
or both.

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(For civilians not subject to the UGMJ) 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 'arrange for at my own expense, or if 1 cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be
appointed for me before any questioning begins.

.4. If I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) 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 I sign the waiver below.
5. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B. Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing to 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 (If available)_ 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE la. NAME (Type or Print)
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About 1208, 7 Aug 04, SA interviewed SGT (b) 520th Transportation Company (TC), ISA Adder, Iraq APO AE 331, who provided a Sworn Statement wherein he detailed how CPL laisfweNon lin the direction of a Iraqi juvenile detainee. (See sworn statement for details) bt. 6)( UI
, (6,00) - 000) cc, , two-it (At WI About 0910, 17 Aug 04, SAMinterviewed SGT 520th TC, ISA Adder, Iraq APO AE 0 31, who prow e a worn tatement wherein detailed how she witnessed CPL e his weapon in the direction of a detainee. SGT also provided this offic withhmid drawn sketch of the incident. (See sworn sta emen and sketch for details) tk )(1,
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was provided the phot _ h of the victim and related he did not have any information pertaining to him. CPT indicated he did not remember the juvenile being brought to the station from the ROM site.
(6)(7)( , )- i (b)U) -1 04t-1)cc) -1, ( 1,)00 )-) About 1425, 20 Au 04, S and CID Interprets interviewed Mr. Interpreter, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO , w o indicated he cogniz e victim as a kid who was frequently caught stealing from or selling to the truck
drivers at the ROM site. Mr. indicated the kid would conceal his money inside the
waistband of his pants. Mr rther indicated he was not at the ROM site when the
weapon was discharged in e direction of the victim.

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station.
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OM Interpreter, Titan Corps, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331.
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(eX7)(,)-I( (6,)(7 )(0 ,(6)(-10"/ About 1050, 8 Sep 04, SAMIllainterviewed Mr111111who related he did assist C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq, in transporting some etamees to the IP station. However, he related he did not remember any of the detainees telling him or the soldiers that they had been shot
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(6X0-/( L6)(1) c (-) - 7 , COCO -7 About 0930, 16 Sep 04, SAIIIIMINinterviewed Mr. Interpreter, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO 09331, who related he di not recogruze e victim and
was not the interpreter who assisted in the transport of the detainees to the IP station.
coroco- tr, (6/-/ a,90)ct)-/ , tot0-) About 1820, 25 Sep 04, S briefed CP _ Brigade Judge Advocate, 197th Field Artil nga e, Camp Cedar Iraq , on aspects of thi Coo) c _ (141.0
investigation. CP opined there was probable cause to believe CP conunitted the offenses of Aggravated Assault, False Official Statement, and Failure t Obey an Order. ///LAST ENTRY///
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of my own ree : In late May, approx.0800 hrs, I was working at the Kenworth RON site when 4-6 subjects were detained. The subjects were in their early to mid teens and had been detained numerous times for trespassing on Kenworth. The subject in question calls himself."'" and is well known amongst Force Protection and MCT. At approx. 1000 hrs I positioned my vehicle between the guard shack and the guard tower, facing north, at the north ECP.111111' was seated, hands restrained behind his back, facing south next to a barrier approx. 20 feet in front and 10 feet to the left of my vehicle. SPC
be0C0 in a folding chair, outside of the guard shack approx. 20 feet behind
', also facin so S red 1 round from his M-4. The round impacted

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1 -18 inches from ' left oot. After hearing the gunshot, I looked at SPC
tor& Y1 and saw that he had his weapon in the mid-ready position. I then exited my vehic
,jo-give-SPC gunkr "a piece of my mind" when SPC stepped in. At that time I was

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a SPC also, and figured the incident should be handled wi in their unit. Earlier that morning, approx. 0900 hrs, SPC made the comment that he "Should fire a round near one of the detainees just to scare t shit out of them.'
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Q- Did you type the above statement?
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A- Yes.
Q- What does RON stand for?
A- Rest or Remain Over Night.
Q- What does ECP and MCT stand for?
A- Entry Control Point and Movement Control Team.
Q- What date did this incident occur?
A- I believe it was late May.

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A- No.

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A- I believe he live village northwest of Kenworth.

-Was SPC itting down or standing up when he fired his weapon?
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\ A- I feel that SPC is a sadistic person and did it for his own enjoyment.
Q- How did SPC eact after firing the shot?
(-A- It did not seem to phase him he had a smirk on his face afterward.
Q- Did SPCIIIIIMOsay anything or do anything tolillafter he shot at him? coc)c., - 4 (6)16)--Y
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A- He took . way to the barriers north of the checkpoint and they both had their backs to uwas cryin and I could rgai_lear what he said. cbm 7)co- y coop)-
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Q- Did you ever see SPC "vellillany money?
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A- No.
Q-Did SPC ave a mustache at the time?
A- No I do not believe so.
Q- Was anyone else with your durin the incident?

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A- Yes, SGT 520th TC. COO ) cc) -QDid you see SPC take aim before firing his weapon?
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A- No. ) Cs)
Q- Do you think that it could ave been an accidental discharge?
A- No, because after I he the report he had it at the mid ready like he was pulling it off
of his shoulder and the rcumstances of him saying he was thinking of doing it.
Q- Who was in SPC ine of fire?

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A- Myself, SGT SPIIIIIImight have been next to him but I do not
believe he was in ont of him.
Q- Is there anything that you would like to add to this statement?
A- N ND OF STATEMENT///

HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH
AND ENDS ON PAGE 2. I FULLY UNDERSTA1sTD THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE. I HA'VE INITIALED ALL CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF EACH PAGE CONTAINING THE STATEMENT. I HAVE MADE TILLS STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REWARD, WITHOUT THREAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WITHOUT COERSION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.
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Subscribed and swom to before me, a person authorized by law to administer oaths, this 7TH day of Au 2004, at CID Office,
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Article 136, (b) (4) UCMJ (Authority to Administer Oath)
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SWORN STATEMENT

File Number: 0073-04-CID939-82657
Location: 78th MP D T CID) (-), LSA Adder, Tallil Iraq APO AE 09331 (b)t-oco—/ , cotorq
Date: 17 04 67)(7"bri Time: SGT CIAL7)0- N, OA. )"
Statement of:
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Org/Address: 520 T, LSA Adder, Tallil
Iraq, APO AE 09331

(147)(0- Y) I&)-1 want to make the following statement under oath: cwi)e,-) `t,_ 't In the middle or end of May 04, I was working MCT at the southbound side of the ROM Site at CSC Kenworth. I was sitting in my HMMWV and observed CPL11.1111. sitting in a chair with his weapon resting on his lap guarding detainees at the R M site. The ldds, who were detainees, were talking among themselves and CP told them to shut up repeatedly. As I was watching CAMP fired a shot in the direction ofeof the ldds, which struck the road very close to the kid. The shoot
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startled me
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Q. Did ave both hands on his weapon?
A. Yes.
Q. How many detainees were being held at the ROM site?
A. 4 or 5 but I can't remember exactly.
How old was die detainee that CHIN...shot at?

A. I would say 13 to 15. Somewhere in there. . Did CPL NOMfire at the detainee on purpose? . In my best judgment yes. Knowing CPLII....s character and how he was
(.--____L)ehaving he was not one to accidentally fire his weapon.
Q. How was CPLIMIla behaving?
A. He was obnoxious and vulgar.
. Did you CPL 1111.11Wring his weapon up to his shoulder and fire it?

A. He never moved.
. Was CPL IININIPtanding or sitting when he fired his weapon?

A. Sitting.
Q. Did it appear that CPISIMIRwas trying to clear his weapon?
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Q. How close to the detainee did the round strike? c -(5"
A. Within a couple of feet
What did the detainee do after CP ired at him?

A. He ot closer to the jersey barrier an tried to shield himself from the CPL
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Q. What did CPL UMdo after he fired the shot?
A. He sat there for a few minutes and he and Illexchanged words for a few minutes WM(0-9) Et:4c by y and then he just sat there for a good 5 to 10 minutes.
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TAICEN AT 78
STATEMENT OF MP DET (CID) (-), LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq APO AE 0 331, DATED 17 Aug 03 CONTINUED: issibi (6 )(.)
Q. What was CPL saying to the detainees prior to firing his weapon?
A. No, just shut the fuck up which was repeated. I am sure he said more but that is the phrase that sticks in my head. a)cs-)_i(c)(5)
Q. Where was your HMMWV located at the time CPL ired a e detainee?
A. In the median. The detainee was about 10 yards away and CPL was about 15 yards away. The detainee was in the middle of CPL and our HMIVIWV.
Q. Did you say anything to CPL about the shooting? .b (4)(s- )
A. When he came past the truck an apologized, I pretty much said you should be you scared the shit out me. ,h (4)(S- )
Q. What did CPL say to you after he fired at the detainee?
A. He apologized for scaring me and that was pretty much it.
Q. Have you ever seen the detainee CPL ed at before?
A. Yes, he is a regular. (&)(s-
Q. Do you know the detainees name?
A. No.
Q. Have you seen the detainee since this incident?
A. Yes, I saw hirn several times after that.
Q. Have you seen the detainee recently? s
A. No. )
Q. Did you see CPLINIMIFive t e detainee anything?
A. I don't know.
Q. What time of day did this occur.
A. Late morning.
Q. Why do you think CP ired at the detainee?
A. I didn't hear this, but someone had told me something to the effect of he was going to do this before it happened. Something like shut the fuck up or I am going to shot at you. My own opinion of him, I was not surprised he did.
Q. Do you remember who told you that? )(s )
A. SG Lkocn (-) • e/ , (10) ( Le) Did tell you an uoc-oco-q, 0,00, ) • `f
A. Yes, he said that CPL id it on purpose, I kind of thought he did but was not certain, and SGTINIStold me that CPLININfiliwas,going to say it was an accident. )
Q. Did CPLUMMINI have a mustache at the time of this incident?
A. No. \ (6)(y)
Q. Do you have anything else you would like to add to this statement?
A. Nolffill/////M////0/////////////////End Of Staiiit////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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ave read or had read to me this statement, which begms ge an en s age . I fully understand the contents of the entire statement made by me. The statement is true. I have initialed all corrections and have initialed the bottom of each page containing the statement. I have made this statement freely without hope of benefit or reward, without threat of punishment, and without
coercion, unlawful influence, or unlawful inducement.
C4)(7)co- , c6)(t,
(Si g Statement)
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to administer oath, this 17th day of August 2004 at, 78th MP DET (CID) (-), LSA Adder, Tallfl, Iraq APO AE 09331
COL 7)c,) - () (.00.0)-1
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(Typed Name of Person Administering Oath)
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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621-5101
Master Sergeant1101111Milftir 411111111111@centcom.smil.mil (7) cd (813027:534112830
020973
DATE: 10 SEP 2004/1500
FROM: SAC, 78TH MP DET (-)(C1D)
TO: DIRECTOR, USACRC, USACIDC, FORT BELVOIR, VA
CDR, HQUSACIDC //CIOP-ZAll
CDR, 22D MP BN (C1D)(FWD)//OPS//
CDR, 3D MP GROUP (CID)//OPS//
CDR, 300TH ASG, TALL1L
CDR, 1/185TH AR BN, CEDAR II
PM0, MNC-I
LNO, CID, MNC-I (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

SUBJECT: CID REPORT - 2D STATUS/SSI - 0073-04-CID939-82657 - 5C1B / 5R4B
/ 5Y2C / 5M3

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OAL-0 c,) -1(
DRAFTER:
, 0310.0 )
051)(3) c(
RELEASER
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1.
17 MAY 2004/1100 - 17 MAY 2004/1300, NORTH ENTRY CONTROL POINT,
CONVOY SUPPORT CENTER (CSC) ICENWORTH, REFUEL ON THE MOVE
(ROM), MAIN SUPPLY ROUTE (MSR) TAMPA, IRAQ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 6 JUL 04, 1442 (6)(-7)(03)(6)-1 Cloy "1. -(..,6) (--0 (.. ) COW )-

aiVESTIGATED BY: S
SA
(..\51(-1) - I
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4. SUBJECT: 6(‘;') t..) -5 vox
1. 11111111111111111111CP11111111%26 JUN 1980; LOS ANGELES, CA;
M; HISPANIC; C CO, 1/185T AR B , AMP DAR II, IRAQ APO AE 09331
(NG); IZ [MALTREATMENT OF A DETAINEE] [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[WILLFUL DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM] [FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER] [FALSE
OFFICIAL STATEMENT]
5. VICTIM: (b)(1)(c) ox-o-Y
CIV; TRAF; MALE; OTHER; ZZ, NFI , 1,414

1.[ADD OF A DETAINEE] [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [WIL"rAn.,
[MALTREA
DISCHARGE OF A ARM]
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"ENT [FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER] [FALSE OFFICIAL

2. U.S. GOVER/N:TM
STATEMENT]

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
020974 U00965
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY CHANGE PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.
THIS IS AN "OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.
2D STATUS:
'THIS STATUS REPORT WAS GENERATED TO CHANGE THE VICTIM OF THIS INVESTIGATION FROM UNICNOWN TO MASTER... 00)0) co • q , iloto- q
DURING AN ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW APPREHENSION DOCUMENTS WERE
0.)(1) cc) -1 CIOLL9)-
IDENTIFIED PERTAINING TO A MASTERMIIIII, DATED 23 MAY 04.
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ON 9 SEP 04, SG we, co-q, 00)co)-1 coo )c co- ,
520TH 'TRANS CO, LSA D 1111 LATED THE VICTIM
ADDER, TALLIL, Q, WAS TE
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' IN HIS PREVIOUS INTERVIEW (-10)(1)(-9-1/1 09)(19-
WHICH HE IDENTIFIED ONLY AS '
WAS THE SAME INDIVIDUAL NAMED IN THE APPREHENSION DOCUMENTS
DATED 23 MAY 04.

TO DATE THIS OFFICE HAS BEEN UNSUCCESSFUL IN LOCATING AND

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INTERVIEWING MASTERS."'" (loci) c,) ) cb)cw) /
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.
INITIAL: (6)(s' )
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED SUBS UEN'T TO NOTIFICATION BY
WILLFULLY

A USACIDC SOURCE WHO RELATED CPL
DISCHARGED HIS WEAPON IN 'THE DIRECTION OF A DETAINEE.

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED SDC IRAQI JUVENILES WE 64)(4-
RY
DETAINED FOR TRESPASSING AND WERE BEING HELD AT
CONTROL POIN'T TO CSC KENWORTH 'WREN CPL OOK AIM AND
WILLFULLY DISCHARGED HIS WEAPON IN TEE DIRECTION OF A DETAINEE
WHO WOULD NOT LISTEN TO HIS INSTRUCTIONS.

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ON 10 JUL 04, THIS OFFICE INTERVIEWED CP
CO, 1/185TH AR BN, CAMP CEDAR II, IRAQ AP

IRED HIS WEAPON
IRAQI JUVENILE INFORMED HIM THAT CPL
AT HIM AND GAVE HIM FIVE DOLLARS NOT TO SA ANYTHING.

k'-‘)(s-)
ATTEMPTED TO
FURTHER INVESTIGATION REVEALED CPL
PROTECT HIMSELF BY REPOR'TING THE INCIDENT TO HIS COMMAND. CPL
ROVIDED A SWORN STATEMENT RELA'TING THAT WHILE

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LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE 020975 U 006 6
CLEARING HIS WEAPON HE ACCIDENTALLY DISCHARGED IT INTO THE GROUND.
7.
COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2 PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR 300-67 FOR 'THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

8.
CID REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WTTH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
020976
LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
U00067
DATE: 13 JLTL 2004/1030
FROM: SAC, 78TH MP DET (-)(CID)
TO: DIRECTOR, USACRC, USACIDC, FORT BELVOIR, VA

CDR, HQUSACIDC //CIOP-ZA//
CDR, 22D MP BN (C1D)(FWD)//OPS//
CDR, 3D MP GROUP (CID)//OPS//
CDR, 300TH ASG, TALLIL
CDR, 1/185TH AR BN, CEDAR H
PM0, MNC-I
LNO, CID, MNC-I (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

SUBJECT: CID REPORT - INITIAL/SSI — 0073-04-CID939-82657-5C1B-5R4B-5Y2C-
5M3

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DR.AFTER:
()Ai) (6)t (0.)
RELEASER
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
1.DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1.
17 MAY 2004/1100 — 17 MAY 2004/1300, NORTH ENTRY CONTROL
POINT, CSC KENWORTH, REFUEL ON THE MOVE (ROM), MAIN SUPPLY
ROUTE (MSR) TAMPA, IRAQ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 6 JUL 04, 1442

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3. INVESTIGATED BY: S 1111 l.b)C1) ,,.17(4)erz
Cl9 )(1)(c)- 5, (12)L6)— 5
CPL. 26 JUN 1980; LOS4. SUBJECT: 1.
ANGELES, CA; M; HISPANIC; C CO, 1/185TH AR BN, CAMP CEDAR II, IRAQ
APO AE 09331 (NG); IZ [MALTREATMENT OF A DETAINEE] [AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT] [WILLFUL DISCHARGE OF A FIR.EARM] [FAILURE TO OBEY

ORDER] [FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT]
5. VICTIM: 1. UNKNOWN; NFI [MALTREATMENT OF A DETAINEE]
[AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [WILLFUL DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM]

2. US GOVERNMENT [FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER] [FALSE
OFFICIAL STATEMENT]

6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS
BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND
MAY CHANGE PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.

"THIS IS AN OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM INVESTIGATION."
020977
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED SUBSE NT TO NOTIFICATION BY LLFULLY
A USACIDC SOURCE WHO RELATED CPL
DISCHARGED HIS WEAPON IN THE DIRECTION OF A DETAINEE.

(6)
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED SIX IRAQI JUVENILES WERE DETAINED FOR TRESPASSING AND WERE BEING HELD AT T coNTRoi., POINT TO CSC KENWORTH WHEN CP OOK AIM AND WILLFULLY DISCHARGED HIS WEAPON IN THE DIRECTION OF A DETAINEE WHO WOULD NOT LISTEN TO HIS INSTRUCTIONS.
(10 cnco-q, c10)1,0
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CO, 1/185TH AR BN, CAMP CEDAR II, IRAQ APO AE 09331 WHO RELATED AN IRAQI JUVENILE INFORMED HIM THAT CPL11111111ZE_Tisra_.,
D HIS 'WEAPON AT HIM AND GAVE HIM FIVE DOLLARS NOT TO SAY ANYTH
ATTEMPTED TO
FURTHER INVESTIGATION REVEALED CPL PROTE T HIMSELF BY REPORTING THE INCIDENT TO HIS COMMAND. CPL PROVIDED A SWORN STATEMENT RELATING THAT WHILE (1;1,, CLEARING HIS WEAPON HE ACCIDENTALLY DISCHARGED IT INTO THE GROUND.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY cm.
7.
COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2 PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR 300-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

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1. DATE
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10. REPORTS
5. VICTIM TYPE SUSPENSE
UNKNOWN
3JUL04
6. CASE DESCRIPTION CPL AGUILAR willfully discharged his weapon in the direction of an Iraqi juvenile who was detained for trespassing.
11. OTHER ACTION 12. CID FUNDS
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Subject: FW:
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Special Agent In Charge
78th MP DET (CID) (-)
LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331

"Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes." Oscar Wilde
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him that we were goinigtilluth a CID • vesti on regardin t the R.O.M. He then told tual incident. He told me
me about the shootin regarding Mg old me that he 0:4-0c.)-y )( 6)(C) y that he was go to fire his weapon. that when fired the bullet cochet about 15 feet from humvee. He got out to te ab t shooting h
illi!lige but ,)(7)(c)1 SP as already yelling at He also said that the kid was gomg cr over the shooting. I (6)((0)--1 ask him why he did not sa an g to me that day and he said he saw me and talldng on the :_ior7XtrY side. I had not seen SG for the last two months until his transportation egan working MCT Cla)C12)— at Camp Cedar. I believe his units office is next door to your office. SG said that he would be (6)(7)(L)
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willing to talk to you if you needed him to give a statement. He asked to be contacted at work. He works at MCT in Camp Cedar near the staging lot as you first drive into Cedar. He will be worldng from 0900-2000 hrs on 8-6--04. He will be off on 8-7-04.
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To: 0)t-oe r tio)L6)-/ C11111111111111E-rnail)
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Subject: RE: ui ance on Detainee Abuse
Sounds good to me to start. Ensure you run by SJA for AGG ASSAULT
Original Message---From: 78 MP CID Senb Frida 09, 2004 5:27 PM To: ' CW4 MNC-I Operations CW3 MNC-I 22ND MP BN/F50 04 (7) c. c..) -((10(,fr)-/
C.c 2 MNC-I
Subjecb on inee Abuse

Chiefs,
I am going to be sending an Initial SSI on the following incident and wanted to see if I have the charges
correct:

1)
CPL d his w -.pon in the ection of a detained Iraqi National at CSC Kenworth, North
Checicpoint, to scare or ' • "date the etainee This incident was witnessed by another soldier who

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provided a swo stat - ent. CPL so gave the Iraqi National $5 to keep quiet about the eported the incident as an accidental discharge and provided a statement to his
incident. CPL
chain of conunand and received a counseling statement

The charges I see are the following:
Maltreatment of a detainee
Art 107: False official statement
Art 92: Failure to obey order or regulation

Art 134 [24 Discharging firearm, willfully, under such circtnnstances as to endanger human life
12(0(s-)
CPL 11111111rour boy from the Robbery of the 3 Iraqi Nationals. What a winner. If you could let me know what you thinlc.
LW( (0)
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Special Agent in Charge
LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331
DSN 318-833-1006

020981 0110003

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SUSPENSE DATE
DATE NOTED PLANNED ACTIVITY DATE COMPLETED

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Locate, ID, interview Victim (ICnown to hang out around ROM) (ROM is no
13 Jul 04 lo I ler, but he ma hen: near to Route Ind now
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A i ' / Person Phone Number INTERVIEVV VICTIM / EYE WITNESS 24 hours EVIDENCE DEPOSITED 1 duty day LAB REQUESTS 5 duty days RFAS SF_NT OUT 5 duty days MEANINGFUL INV ACTIVITY 10 duty days RFA FOLLOW UP 15 duty days KNOWN SUBJ & UNFOUNDED FINALS 15 duty days
UNKNOWN SUBJ FINALS 30 work days ACTION TAKEN FINALS 30 v.ork days. _
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NOTE' CATION: USACIDC Registered Source (RS) that
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CPL C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq
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APO AE 09331 wil fu ly discharged a weapon in the direction of a detained Iraqi juvenile at the Refuel on the Move (ROM), CSC Kenworth.
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Interviewed CP11111111111111111111111111111 Commander, C CO, 11185th AR
BN, Camp Cedar-7=71'rovided a swom statement detailing
g l• • ‘'I his knowledge of the incident in which CPL a weapon at the north entry control point, CSC Kenworth. (see sworn statement for detai
Coordinated with CPTarill to have SGTale SPAM and SPC
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t this office for an interview, 8 Jul 04.
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4)(7)a)-9, tOtb)-1 Interviewed SGT C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09 tement detailing his lmowledge of
the incident in which CP discharged a weapon at the North Check point.
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(see sworn statement for
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Interviewed SP C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09 31, w d a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the incident in which CPL discharged his weapon in the direction of a juvenile Iraqi detainee. (see sworn statement for details)
CO(7 ec-) (4)(4,1-1 Interviewed SP( C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331, w o provided a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the incident. (see sworn statement for details)
Coordinated with CPT d 1SC111110 have SSG...Nat this
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office for an interview Jul 04, further provided a list of further interviews and
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requested they be sent when available.
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Interviewed SS CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq AP 1, who provided a swom statement where in he detailed
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how SGT.111111.1111111111C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq
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APO AE to d im at an qi juvenile detainee reported a soldier shot at him. (see sworn statement for details)
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Interviewed SGTaillwho provided a sworn statement detailing that an Iraqi juvenile detainee reported to him that a Hispanic soldier shot at him. (see sworn statement for details)
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Coordinated with LT01. C CO, 1/185th AR BN, at the BDOC, who searched their fil e paperwork pertaining to the detainee's and the accidental discharge. elated he was unable to locate any paperwork. He stated he did have 0910ecky some documents pertaining to the apprehension of 6 iraqi's on 23 May 04, but he was
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unsure if that was the date or not. LTIIIIMprovided copies of the documents.
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Coordinated with First Sergeant, C CO, (6)(7)0)-Y, (6)/b)-1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II Ira 09331, who provided the counseling form and statement of CPL as well as a statement from SP (b1(1)(g-i (4)110) X
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C CO, 1/185 AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 9331 (4)/7)0)--(4)/k)-and gital photographs of the detain es. (see counseling form and statements for details)
Interviewed SPC C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp W11711 (017)0P/
Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 093 who related he did not have any knowledge of the
incident where in CPL discharged his weapon at the ROM.

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Interviewed SPC C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331, w1
11111111111111,11111lave any knowledge of the incident wherein CPL discharged his weapon at the ROM. b(6)(--.)
Draft updated case file.
(6)( 7)co- (4)119)-)
Briefed OSJA, 300th A Adder, Iraq APO AE 09331, on
all aspecTsAoi this illillilitialL. MAT ndicated the incident met the (0(4)- /, (6)(7)0)-/
elements for the offenses of Aggravated Assault, Willful Discharge of a Firearm,
Failure to Obey an Order and False Official Statement.

Corrected

Sent INI.

(6)(7)(c)-1 (41117)",_ek)(1)(c)-i, 0010)-1 (WI/N-6 (6) (b)-1
and CID Interprete con ucted canvass interviews o the Iraqi Civilians along route Indy and approximately 1000 meters north on the road into An Nasiriyah. Individuals canvassed were shown a photograph of the victim and asked if they knew him or how to locate him. Individual's canvasses appeared reluctant or fearful of providing information to this office. All individuals denied they had seen the individual before.
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con er canvass interviews along route Indy an e ro to Nasmyah. Individual's canvasses were provided copies of the photograph with the CID office contact information written on them in Arabic and English. One individual indicated he had seen the victim pedaling merchandise near the entrance to Tallil and knew the
victim's people or tribe and would get in contact with them.
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-)(6)-Y Interviewed SPC CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331, who prow a sworn statement in which he indicated
he overheard an Iraqi juvenile say that a soldier fired his weapon near him. (see sworn statement for details)
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Interviewed SPC C CO, 1 /1 AR BN, Camp Cedar IL Iraq AP w e re eyed CPL s team at the north ECP on the day of the accidental discharge. SPC related CPL (b)171e,)- 14216,)-y
told him that he was sitting down with his rifle across his lap when the rifle discharged scarring some of the detainees. SPC111111111ndicated when he Cblelyq-(01,/-V arrived to relieve them the detainees had all ready been transported to the Iraqi Police Station.
(6)(7)e,) -to(,)-Y
Interviewed SPC , C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO , w o ica e e was part of the roving patrol that transported the detainees to the IP sta_i__,
tion. however he did not know that there had been a discharge of a weapon. SPANN.. further indicated he was manning a O'117)0)-Y crew served weapon while at the EP sta.tion and did not have any further information (‘')(&)" V to add.
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Interviewed SGTIIIIIIgpllrIIPIIIIIIIIIr CO, 1/185th AR BN,
Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO , w o Indicated he was a member of the roving
patrol, which transported the detainees to the IP station; however he did not know that „ ,
a weapon had been discharged. SGT11111111111further indicated he was manning C°X7/4,e9 - f_y

e yothe vehicle radio while the detainees were brought into the IP station and did not have
anything further to add to this investigation.
(6 7 (,)--/ a2)0,)-y Interviewed SPC c co, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar ll, Iraq APO AE 09331, w o indicated they detained some Iraqi civilians and held them until 2nd Squad arrived to relieve them at about 0615. SPC rther stated they released the detainees to 21'd Squad along with (4)(7)6`11
(0t6)-y
the paperwor (.0)(7)c)-Y thY(')1
Interviewed SP C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq 0 AE 09331 who m ica detained four Iraqi civilians about 0630 on an unknown day in May 2004. SPC related they transported the (h )(7)(0-V four detainees to the North ECP of the ROM site anAiril them off with the three e k)16 ) detainees all ready being held at that location. SPC related another squad (4)(/)eci-V, (4)16)- y took control of the detainees and they returned to Camp Cedar H. SPAIN. PY 7)e,4 0)10)1 denied any knowledge regarding the discharge of the weapon.
(6)(7)c.)- i, (Ow -/ (0( 7 )(c)-( , 10(b)-1_ ( bX 7)0)-1 (60)-/ SAMIIIIIMO SAMIIMMiland CID Interprete conducted further canvass interviews of the Iraqi Civilians inside the Visitor Control Center (VCC). All of the individual's canvasses were shown a picture of the ilictim and denied any knowledge pertaining to the victim. Further the individual's canvasses
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appeared suspicious of our intent.
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SA SAIRIMand CID Interprete conduct er canvass interviews of the Iraqi Civi ians route y an proximity of the road into An Nasiriyah. One individual canvassed indicated the victim had been driven to the front gate and was provided medical care for a gunshot wound to the stomach area.
Coordinated with the Entry Control Point to Tallil Airbase and the VCC who were provided a picture of the victim and both related the victim had not been seen before at either location. Both locations will keep the picture on hand and call OD if the victim arrives at either location.
a 7_- C 119)--Y Interviewed SP C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq APO AE 09331, who provid a sworn statement detailing his Imowledge of the discharge of the weapon at the ROM site. Further SPC.111 (M7)6`) provided a rough sketch depicting his location and the detainees when the weapon e4iebil was discharged. (see sworn statement and sketch for details)
ioaP)(g ) Interviewed CPL....who was advised of his legal rights which he invoked requesting a lawyer. (see non-waiver certificate for details)
Obtained mug shot photograph and fingerprints of CPL 11111111 .brc)cs
01(7 ) -3 , (kb)-3 Coordinated with CP Civil Affairs, 300t ASG, LSA Adder, Iraq, who introduced us to an interpreter working for him at the VCC. A photograph of the victirn was shown to the interpreter who indicated he believed the juvenile had been seen by the Koreans for a gunshot wound to the stomach. 'The interpreter was provided a photograph and asked to make contact with the victirn and coordinate a meeting.
TO SAC FOR REVIEW:
SAC Review:
1-Add the following to t e IP.
Coordinate with IP station to obtain paperwork on detainees from the day of the incident, see if they can lD the victim or have any more information about the incident.
Need to identify and interview the MC1' soldiers who working out at the ROM site on the day of this incident.
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Need to identify and interview the interpreter who interviewed the victim with SGT Olt()(7)(,)-(4)1b/
2Need to add AAS entry about being provided the wrong paperwork on the detainees
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and that the unit cannot find the paperwork anymore and that it is lost.
V6) CO
3 Need to see if CPL had a mustache at the time of this incident. The
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victim told SGT it was a short Mexican with a mustache. (6)17 ) (,)-6 totb)--y
4-Need to close the loop on whether tir victim was seen at the Korean compound.
4-Continue, excellent work by both you and SAIIIIIIon this case.
(h)(0)-/
1400, 29 Jul 04 Per SAC Guidance:
1. Noted and added.
INSIO
2. See AAS 1200, 11 JUL 04, the paperwork pertaining to the detainees was the
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incorrect incident date and the wrong detainee a erwork does not pertain to this investigation and will not be attached. LT was unable to locate (6)")°-)
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any further documentation pertaining to further detainees.
3.
Noted will identify mustache issue.

4.
Noted Koreans.

(0(7(0,)(6) -1 b)(7)(0-(4)10-/ 0)(7)(9-t, (i)(&)-1 and CID TnterpreterlIllpllrll,Illr
1315,30 Jul S SA
coor e wi Mr. Interpreter, orean ospita , amp (d)(7)(9 -7
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Soehe, Tallil Airbase, Iraq who was s own a photograph of the victim and related he
fl)(6).-. (14)( 7)(9 had not seen the victim. Mr. spoke with and provided the photograph to the (b)(7)(9- 7 (Otto-7
doctors and staff at the hospital, which revealed the victim, had not been seen or had medical treatment from the hospital. Mr.alligkept a copy of the photograph and ( 1)(7) (0-7 indicated he would assist this office in locating the victim. 00(b)77
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Need to identify and interview the interpreter who interviewed the victim with SGT
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2-Need to add AAS entry about being provided the wrong paperwork on the detainees and that the unit cannot find the paperwork anymore and that it is lost. 19(10)(c)
3-Need to see if CPL had a mustache at the thne of this incident. The victim told SG was a short Mexican with a mustache.
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4-Need to close the loop on whether the victim was seen at the Korean compound.
(*)(.7)(,)-/_(WW1
4-Continue, excellent work by both you and SION= on this case.
1400,29 Jul 04 Per SAC Guidance:
1.
Noted and added.

2.
See AAS 1200,11 JUL 04, the paperwork pertaining to the detainees was the

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incorrect incident date and the wrong detainees. a erwork does not pertain to
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this investigation and will not be attached. L was unable to locate C6)(7)cel-any fiirther documentation pertaining to further detainees. (b.)C(9)--y
3.
Noted will identify mustache issue.

4.
Noted Koreans.

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1315,30 Jul 04 SA and CD Int rete ,L )(we) coor nate wi Mr Interpreter, orean ospita , Camp ) -7 Soehe, Tallil Airbase, Iraq who was s own a photograph of the victim and related he (')
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had not seen the victim. Mr spoke with and provided the photograph to the (k )(7)(0-7
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doctors and staff at the hospita , which r victim, had not been seen or had (iat,/-7 medical treatrnent from the hospital. Mr. ept a copy of the photograph and (too)(9-7 indicated he would assist this office in locating the victim. (b)(1.)-
(6)(7)(-0-(4)(0)-/_ (tq())(,)-) ) (b)(b)--/
1100,3 Aug 04 and CID Interprete oordinated with
two interpreters who where provt e vic im and asked to
actively attempt to seek the victim out in the local area and have him come to Tallil

09)(6) -
00)(1)(0 -I and meet with this office.
Due to the current threat level based on the Maudi Militia control of the northern
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portion of An Nasiriyah, this office has not coordinated with the IP station North West of An Nasiriyah. This office will attempt to make the coordination when the
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situation is safer.
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(b)u)(c)- y, 520th Transportation Company1208 7 Au 04 Interviewed SGT
(TC), LSA Adde , . 1' • 3 1 who provided a sworn statement in which he described how SPC fired his weapon in the direction of a Iraqi Juvenile
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detainee. (See sworn ement for details).
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Further SGT011awas shown a pho graph of the victim and indicated that it was
the Iraqi Juvethle that SCP AGUILAR fired his weapon in the direction of SGT

1.111.11further indicated he believes the juvenile lives in a small village north west of
the ROM site, possibly AL Batha.

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Coordinated with CPTIMIle who cated to the best of his knowledge and those
he spoke with, CPL id not ever wear a mustache. CPTONNfurther uot7)c-)-1

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indicated that with the upnsmg of the Maudi Militia in Nasaririyah their interpreters
have not been coming to work in the morning. CPT 111111111.stated when his (.6)(/)“) -Y , IWO")
interpreter did come back to work he would contact this office and have him brought
over to this office for an interview.

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Coordinated with MCT who indicated SGT./... now works at the PAX
Terminal in Air OPS.

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Coordinated with the PAX terminal who indicated SGT was working at
MCT Cedar II. Provided this office contact number and asked them to have SGT

41111.1.contact this office for an interview. two) 0.)(t.4)(6)
Coordinated with PAX Terminal SGT.'S". was not working.
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Coordinated with 520th MCT, which indicated SGT was off today and the
message was passed on to her and she stated she would try to get with CID for the

interview.
Traveled to Tent 74 Tent City 2, LSA Adder, Iraq, attempted to coordinate with SGT glialrwho was not available. Coordinated with the Commander who indicated (4,)(1)(9-Y
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he would have her contact this office when she was located.
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Coordinated with CPT...who related the interpreter had returned to work and

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would have him come to this office as soon as possible. CPTalliraslo related the
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IP Station where the boy was taken was safe to travel to. Will travel to IP Station
tomorrow and attempt to obtain paperwork or ED of victim.
SAC Review:

1-Once we interview the interpreter and go to the IP Station there are no remaining
leads unless we can B3 the victim and locate him to be interviewed.

2-No crime scene examination was completed due to the amount of time from the
incident occurred and when it was reported to this office. Since the incident the
layout of the ROM site has changed.

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3-Based on the outcome of the interview and visit to the LP station, if nothing develops write Final C.
4-Continue
Traveled to the Iraqi Police Station, Al Bathyah, Iraq.

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1045 20 Aug 04 SA d CID Interprete coordinated with CP Commander, Iraqi Police Station for Highway Protection, Al Cb)(/)0 7 (4,)L7)cc)-. ) I 10)142 )-1 Bathyah, Iraq. CPTIMFArvas`provided the photogra h o victirn and related (141° -7 he did not have any information pertaining to him. CPT indicated he did 09(7)c.) -7
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not remember the juvenile being brought to the station from the ROM site. CPT
(0(7)(0 -71 6)1W-7 indicated he would keep the photograph and if they the juvenile they
would have him come to our office

1120, 20 Au 04 Returned to Tallil, Iraq.
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(67(.7)(9- r, ono-1425 20 Au 04 SA Intetpreter nterviewed Mr. interpreter, Camp Cedar II, Iraq, who indicated he WU) 0-7 (4)(b)-7 (4)(7)cc)-recognized he victim and a kid that was alwa s being caught stealing from or selling
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to the truck drivers at the ROM site. Mr dicated the kids would conceal his (4)(7)(e)-7 money inside the waistband of his pants. Mr further indicated he was not at cl9c4')" 7 the ROM site when the weapon was discharged in the direction of the victim.
Further Mr indicated the interpreters that work for the Romeo elernent are
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Illiand Other interpreters working at Camp Cedar II arelle1111111
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(.6)(7),c)- y, (6)(6)-y 0830, 23 Au 04 Emailed CPT and requested the two interpreters from his Romeo ElementMr' and ' be brought to this office for an interview. /6V 7) c ‘) -7 ) cb)/6) -7 (bit 7)(4)-(6)(7)(6)-7 , Cb)(b) "7
41530 26 Au 0 Interviewed Mr.11111111111.111110. interpreter, Camp Cedar II, APO AE 09331, who related he did not recognize the victim and did not assist C CO, 1/185th AR BN in transporting the six detainee's to the IP station.
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Emailed CPT requesting the interpreter named iiirbe brought to this office on Saturday for an interview. (.6)(7)(,.)(, (4") (h /(7)cc) - 7 64)(b)-7 1155 28 Aug 04 Interviewed Mr interpreter, Camp Cedar II, APO AE 09331, who ielated 0 has seen t(vietuu u uL0 but WdS LLUt 1.110 liltelpiGki-WhO-aSSISted-e-C
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1400 2 Se 04 (4)(/)Cc.)-q c4a)llo• Interviewed SS (b)(7)cc)-9, (1,0)-4 ho indicated he believed the inte reter, which assisted
(s)(7)(0-t, coc6).../ SGT male with n spe h the victim, was a Mr. 10 I , in An Nasariyah. SSG 0/)(7)(c) -, 0E0-3

indicated Mr. works for the 197th FA BN, Camp Cedar II, • 0 ABer
09331.(Wint 0 -31 0q114- 3 04( 7 )c,) -v (t,x6)-r (6911)ect 3) WI &)-3
4.1.1011 Coordinated with 197th FA BN TOC which indicated Mr was not worlcing today and they were not sure if he would be availa e tomorrow. LW( 7)co tweb)-1
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OW 7)(0 '74 /Interviewed Mr.111111111111111111, interpreter, Camp Cedar II, APO AE
1050 8 S 04
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TIME, DATE, 8c AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
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Referred to:
U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621 5101
Master Sergeant...NW 1(6°)(-7-`'

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th MP Det CID (DET) (FWD)
LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331 5 Jul 04
CIRB-BAD 02)(7 cc), y
MEMORANDUM FOR
SUBJECT: Order to Not Discuss Investigation
1.
You are hereby ordered to not discuss the incidents in this investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerly attached to 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Iraq.

2.
The prohibition against discussion includes, but is not limited to, face-to-face

communication, telephonic contact, correspondence by mail or email, and contact through a third party.

3.
If you believe you have a valid reason to discuss the incidents under investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerly attached to 1/185TH; then

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you can request authorization to do so from CW2111111111111111111 Special Agent-in-Charge, 78th MP DET (CID) (FWD), LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq. No superior officer or noncommissioned officer can authorize discussion contrary to this order.
4.
If anyone attempts to discuss the incidents under investigation with you, then you must report such attempts to CW (6)(-7)(9 - ) clAt9)-1

5.
This order is effective immediately and contim to be in effect until the inve,stigation is closed or you are properly notified by CW11111111or one of the other agents at Cto (7) co- )(by-o-USACEDC, Tallil, Iraq.

I have read and I understand the above order. If I had any questions, I asked them and
they were fully answered. Violation of this order may result in punishment under the
UCMJ or adverse administrative action.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command 78th MP Det CID (DET) (FWD)
LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331
C1Rl3-BAD 5 Jul 04
MEMORANDUM FOR 04(7)(9-/ cww.)-
SUBJECT: Order to Not Discuss Investigation

1.
You are hereby ordered to not discuss the incidents in this investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerly attached to 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq.

2.
The prohibition against discussion includes, but is not limited to, face-to-face

communication, telephonic contact, correspondence by mail or email, and contact through a third party.

3.
If you believe you have a valid reason to discuss the incidents under investigation with

any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerl attached to 1/185TH; thenSpecial Agent-in-0,10)c)-1 (OW-
you can request authorization to do so from CWDET (CM) (FWD), LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq. No superior officer or
Charge, 78th
noncommissioned officer can authorize discussion contrary to this order.

4.
If anyone attempts to discuss the incidents under investigation with you, then you must report such attempts to CW21111111 (6)(7 ) c,) -(2)61,)-

5.
This order is effective immediately and continues to be in effect until the investigation(1,)(7)co - )i cu)0,)

is closed or you are properly notified by CW one of the other agents at USACIDC, Tallil, Iraq.
I have read and I understand the above older. If I had any questions, I asked them and they were fully answered. Violation of this order may result in punishment under the UCMJ or adverse administrative action.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th MP Det CID (DET) (FWD)
LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331 5 Jul 04CIRB-BAD
MEMORANDUM F011111111111. 04E-7) c c) - 6)04 1
SUBJECT: Order to Not Discuss Investigation
1.
You are hereby ordered to not discuss the incidents in this investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerly attached to 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar Iraq.

2.
The prohibition against discussion includes, but is not limited to, face-to-face conummication, telephonic contact, correspondence by mail or email, and contact through a third party.

3.
If you believe you have a valid reason to discuss the incidents under investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerl attached to 1/185TH; then

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you can request authorization to do so from CW Special Agent-in-Charge, 78th MP DET (aD) (FWD), LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq. No superior officer or nonconunissioned officer can authorize discussion contrary to this order.
4.
If anyone attempts to discuss the incidents under investigation with you, then you must
report such attempts to CW2111111 00)(_-7)(c)- ) Cb)tb)-I

5.
This order is effective immediately and continues to be in effect until the investigation
is closed or you are properly notified by CW or one of the other agents at lb)( 7) c -a)(6)
USAC1DC, Tallil, Iraq.

I have read and I understand the above order. If I had any questions, I asked them and they were fiilly answered. Violation of this order may result in punishment under the
UCMJ or adverse administrative action.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th MP Det CID (DET) (FWD)
LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq
APO AE 09331 CIRB-BAD 5 Jul 04
MEMORANDUM F )(b)-1 °1111P11111-LL2j-­
(1°It7 tbSUBJECT: Order to Not Discuss Investigation
1.
You are hereby ordered to not discuss the incidents in this investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerly aftached to 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar II, Ir-aq.

2.
The prohibition against discussion includes, but is not limited to, face-to-face communication, telephonic contact, correspondence by mail or email, and contact through a third party.

3.
If you believe you have a valid reason to discuss the incidents under investigation with any person assigned, formerly assigned, attached, or formerl attached to 1/185TH; then you can request authorization to do so from CW Special Agent-in- Cl/)(7)(c) -1 041,)-/ Charge, 78th MP DET (CID) (FWD), LSA Adder, Tallil, Iraq. No superior officer or noncommissioned officer can authorize discussion contrary to this order.

4.
If anyone attempts to discuSs the incidents under investigation with you, then you must report such attempts to CW CbC1)(`)- / ("L'e)

5.
This order is effective immediately and continues to be in effect until the investigation is closed or you are properly notified by CW r one of the other agents at Cb)c-7) .) - COW) - I USACIDC, Tallil, Iraq.

I have read and I understand the above order. If I had any questions, I asked them and they were fiilly answered. Violation of this order may result in punishment under the UCMJ or adverse administrative action.
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DATA REQUIRED BY PRIVACY ACT AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code Section 3012 (g) ROUTINE USES: Your social security number arid other personal information Are used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facijtate and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURMIsure of y-oucanet-rifi is voluntary means by which information may be accurately identified.
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20. Sex: 21. Race: 22. Ethnic: . Weight: .(.(ye olor: .(1 zen: . Educ: 29. Prior Record. 30. Marital: fii 0 /(zr.rt, _,97d. ..._. /./4
31. MOS: 32. Job Description/Location: 33. MC: 34. Security Clr: 35. Physical Marks/ Tattoos: 36. Spouse Military: Branch: Yes: • No: •
37. Alias/Nicicnames: 38. Alias/Nicknames: I 39. Alias/Nicknames:
40. Unit/ Organization: . 41. Unit Phone Number: Home: Cell/Pager:
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66. Offense Cod : 67. UFC: 68. Offense Cod : 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: : PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START:
Date: Time:
Place of Intervi :( ' Date / Time Interview END:
Date: Time:
Disposition:

74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Erq:•: Yes:0 No:0 /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.I.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
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66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: . 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
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Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes: •(No: • /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doo : 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.I.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
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•(DATA REQUIRED BY PRIVACY ACT AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code Section 3012 (g)
ROUTINE USES: Your social security number and other personal information Are used as an additional/alternate means of identification .( to facilitate and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcernent officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security # is voluntary means by which information may be accurately identified.
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. Race: 22. Ethnic: 23. Height: 24. Wei(t:(.(air: 26. Eye Color: 27. Citizen: 28. attic: 29. Prior Record: 30. Marital: Fernale Caucasio US NO
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53. JUV: 54. Family Rel: 55. Last Name: 56. First Name: 57. Middle Name: •
58. Social Security: 59. Grade/Rank: 60. MC: 61. Unit:
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66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START: Date: Time: Place of Interview:
Telephone: ETS: Date / Tiroe Interview END:
Date: Time: Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes: •(No:El /
79. Year: 80. Make: 81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
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74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes: • No: • /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
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1. Rec Code: 2. Action Code: 3. Date: 4. Ftel to Case: 5. Control: 6. Sequence #(7. Year: 8. Office 9. ROI #(Offense:
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40. Unit/ Organization: 41. Unit Phone Number: Home: Cell/Pager:
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48. Home Address: 49. Ci :( 50. State: 51. County: 52. Zip Code/APO:
Iraq APO AE 09331
53. JUV: 54. Family Rel: 55. Last Narne: 56. First Name: 57. Middle Name:
58. Social Security: 1 59. Grade/Rank: I 60. MC: I 61. Unit:
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66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: ETS: PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START: Date: Time: Place of Interview: '( Date / Time Interview END: Date: Time: Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer. Policy: Year/Date Exp:Yes: •(No: •( /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
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Date: Time:
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Yes: •(No: II /

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FINGERPRINTS TAKEN PHOTO TAKEN
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PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security # is voluntary means by which information may be accurately identified.
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62. City: 63. State: 64. Z1P/APO: 65. Phone: :(Hm:
66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: : PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START: Date: Time: Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END: Date: Time: Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: '77. Value: 78. Insu :(Policy: Year/Date Exp:Yes: •(No: •( /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:.
86. V.I.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
NOTES:
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HOME OF RECORD STREET ADDRESS: 0 2 1 0 1 9
LAST HIV TFST:
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CID FORM 44-R-E
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: Title 10, United Stales Code, Section 3012(g). ROUTINE USES: VOW SOCa8i seculity nurnber and other personal Informsfion are used as an additional / altemate rneans of Identification to facilitate Ging and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide cornrnanders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your soda! security number Is voluntary.
means by which information may be accurateiy Identified

DATE SUBMITTED SEQUENCE NUMBER YEAR UNTT ROI NUMBER REL TO CASE
04 9 3 9
INDNIDUAL DATA
., ..., , GRADE ,_
G

IA : 11 1. 1...11....
N. vir.111-11.11Triltra:ITInT3-:11111 OTHER ID NUMBER NMI :.. POB-COUNTY
RAC........ E7 IC A / .0 • : CITIZZIL z . Alli PRIOR RECORD

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PHYSICAL MARKS / TATTOS ,' ADDTMONAL INFORMATION DECEASED
ALIAS-NICICNAME ALIAS-NICKNAME
111111144 C345( 010--‘-`te-f•C
INDUSTRY
1.&14ex...40 7i ' I MACOM SECU e vres,„42:78 1 BAS•e&D Ia._ PCS / DEFtOS I
UNIT / CliNIZATION
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ADDTINAL UNIT INFORMATION INZ)LLATION (2z...... STATE CO7. II7,tY ZIP CODE / APO aggigia /
LOCI:VES di. 1 7c,.... HOME PFIONE NUMBER CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE / APO 0/004, Airr-
MB COUNTRY
SPONSOR'S / FAMILY MEMBER DATA
SPONSOR'S LAST NAME SPONSOR'S FIRST NAME SPONSOR'S MIDDLE NAME ADDTINAL INFORMATION
' SPONSOR'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SPONSOR'S GRADE / RANK SPONSOR'S MACOM FAMILY FtELATION JUVENILE PRIOR RECORD
SPONSOR'S UNR / ORGANIZATION UNIT PHONE NUMBER SPONSOR'S INSTALLATION STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE / APO
HOME PHONE NUMBER SPONSOR'S CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE / APOSPONSOR'S LOCAL ADDRESS
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
OFFENSE
UFC OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION UFCOFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION
UFC OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION UFCOFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION
ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
ADDITIONAL INTERVIEW INFORMATKIN
START TINE DATE & OF INTERVIEW LOCATION OF INTERVIEW (START) FINGERPRINTS TAKEN PHOTO TAKEN
END TIME DATE & OF INTERVIEW LOCATION OF INTERVIEW (END)
VEHICLE DATA
MAKE MODEL COLOR LICENSE PLATE NUMBER & STATE DISPOSITION / REMARKSYEAR OF VEHICLE

CORPORATION / BUSINESS DATA
FED SERV PHONE NUMBER
CORPORATION NAME / PROD NUMBER
IF CONTRACTOR, CONTRACT NUMBER ZIP CODE /
CORPORATION NUMBER are STATE COUNTRY APOCORPORATION ADDRESS
NOTES
CID FORM 44-R
20 NOV 98
Ud0060
DOD-044022

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DATA REQUIRED BY PRIVACY ACT AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code Section 3012 (g) ROUT1NE USES: Your social security number and other personal information Are used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide conmianders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security # is volunty means by which information may be accurately identified.
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1. Rec Code: 2. Action Code: 3. Date: 4. Rel to Case: 5. Control: 6. Sequence # 7. Year: 8. Office 9. Rol # ffense:
13. Grade/Rank:
curty 'uniber: 18. POB St: 19. POB Zip:
-11.11 F15. Other ID Number: 17.
I I I I I I
20. Sex: 21. Ftace: 22. Ethnic: 23. Height: 24. Weight: 25. Harr: 26. Eye Color: . zen: .E.cluc: 29. PriorRecord: 30111,
11/u
31. MOS: 32. Job Description/Location: 33. MC: I 34. Security Clr: I 35. Physical Marks/ Tattoos: 36. Spouse Military: Branch: Yes:0 No:Cj
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37. • 38. Alias/Nickmunes: 39. Alias/Niclmames:
. • 14
Ce1UPager:
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42. Military Service: 43. Sub Unit: 44. Fort/City 5. tate: ntry: 47. Zip Code/APO:
50. State: 51. Country: 52. Zip Code/APO:
53. JUV: 54. Family Rel: 55. Last Name: 56. First Name: 57. Middle Name:
I I

58. Social Security: 59. Grade/Rank: 60. MC: 61. Unit:
62. City: 63. State: 64. ZIP/APO: 65. Phone: Wk: Hm:
66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: ETS: PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START:
Date: Time:
Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END:
Date: Time:
Disposition:

74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes:El Nolp
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.LN: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number. NOTES:
02102

HOME OF RECORD STREET ADDRESS:
LAST HIV TEST:
CID FORM 44-R-E

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DATA REQUIRED BY PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: Title 10, Unite,d States Code Section 3012 (g) ROUTINE USES: Your social security number and other perscmal information
Are used as an additionallaltemate means of identification
to facilitate and retrieval.

PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide conunanders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security #.is voluntary
means by which infornuttion may be accurately identified.

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i. Rec Code: 2. Action Code: 3. Date: 4. Rel to Case: 5. Control: 6. Sequence #(7. Year: 8. Office 9. ROI #(Offense:
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20. Sex: 21. Race: thnic: 23. Height: 24. Weight: 25. Hair: 26. Eye Color: 27. Citizen .(..... 29. Prior Record: 30. Marital:
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31. MOS: 1 32. Job Description/Location: 33. MC: I 34. Security Clr: 35. Physical Marks/ Tattoos: 36. Spouse Military: Branch:
I Yes: • No: •

37. Alias/Nicknames: 1 38. Alias/Niclarames: 39. Alias/Niclarames:
40. Unit/ Organization: Cell/Pager:
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42. Military Service: 43. Sub Unit: 44. Fort/City 45. State: 46. Country: 47. Zip Code/APO:
48. Home Address: 50. State: 51. Country: 52. Zip Code/APO:
.
53. JUV: 54. Farruly Rel: 55. Last Name: 56. First Name: 57. Middle Name:
58. Social Security: 59. Grade/Rank: 60. MC: 61. Unit:
62. City: 63. State 64. ZIP/APO: 65. Phone: :(H :
66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: : PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START:
Date: Time:
Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END:
Date: Time:

Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp:
Yes: •(No: • /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.LN: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
NOTES:
02102
HOME OF FtECORD STREET ADDRESS:
LAST HIV TEST: OD FORM 44-R-E
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DATA REQUIRED BY PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code Section 3012 (g) ROUTINE USES: Your social security number and other personal information Are used as an additional/altemate means of identification to facilitate and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials viith DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security # is voluntary means by which information may be accurately identified.
1. Rec Code: 2. Action Code: 3. Date: 4 Rel to Case: 5. Control: 6. Sequence # 7. Year: 8. Office 9. ROI # Offense: 011141) 03- CID 939 82650 ­
10. las ame: t.t Name: -.. Name: 13. Grade/Rank:
E-5/SGT Number: 15. Other ID Number: Birth: B St: I 19. POB Zip:
20. Sex: 21. Race: I 22. Ethnic: ight: 24 Weight: 26. E e Color: I 27. Citizen: iliduc: I 29. Pri Record-arital:
Male Asian 1 Other US
31. MOS: 32. Job Description/Location: 33. C: 4. Security Clr: 35. Physics arks/ Tattoos: 1 36. Spouse Military: Branc : I 9K Yes: • No: •
37. Alias/Nicknames: 38. Alias/Nicicnames: 39. Alias/Nicknarnes:
40. Unit/ Organization: 41. Unit P .(Horne: 11/Pager: C CO, 1/185th AR BN, Camp Cedar, Tallil, Iraq 842 559
42. Military Service: i 43. Sub Unit: 44. Fort/City: 45. State: 46. Country: 47. Zip Code/APO:
Nat Guard
48. Hmne Addres • . ' % t(F1 : 51. Country: 52. Zip Code/APO: _
53. JUV: 54. Family Rel: 55. Last Name: 56. First Name: 57. Middle Name:
58. Social Secunty: 59. Grade/Rank: 60. MC: 61. Unit:
62. City: 63. State 64. ZIP/APO: 65. Phone: :(Hm:
66. Offense Code-67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: ETS: PCS/DEROS: Date / 'Pune Interview START: Date: Time: Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END: Date: Time:
Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp:
Yes: •(No: • /
79. Year: 80. Make: 81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.IN: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
NOTES:
LAST HIV TEST: n 2102_5
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INVESTEGATIVE WORKSHEET
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Cede, Section 3012(g). ROUTINE USES: Your social security number and other personal Infommtlon are used as an additional / alternate means of IdernifiCaliOn tO fadlitate blIng and retrieval.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commandeis and law enforcement Officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security number Is voluntary. means by which inforrnalion may be accurately identified.
DATE SUBMITTED SEQUENCE NUMBER YEAR UNIT ROI NUMBER REL TO CASE
04 , 939
INDIVIDUAL DATA
LAST F1-4. GRADE/RANK
. .. , AFirtmll:II swim i • -13--/.. OTHER ID NUMBER ,5"ft - e-
RAC.% ETHNIC Alit MO CT, ....sis 4 PRIOR - 0. RD TTAL
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MAID AME AUAS-N ALLAS-NICKNAME
MOS MACOM SECURITY rs(i BASD PCS / DEROS INDUSTRY
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HOME PHONE NUMBER CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE / APO
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SPONSOR'S / FAMILY MEMBER DATA
SPONSOR'S LAST NAME SPONSOR'S FIRST NAME SPONSOR'S MIDDLE NAME ADDTINAL INFORMATION
SPONSOR'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SPONSOR'S GFtADE / RANK SPONSOR'S MACOM FAMILY RELATION JUVENILE PRIOR RECORD
SPONSOR'S UNIT / ORGANIZATION UNIT PHONE NUMBER SPONSOFVS INSTALLATION STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE / APO
SPONSOR'S LOCAL ADDRESS HOME PHONE NUMBER SPONSOR'S CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE /APO
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
OFFENSE
OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION UFC OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION UFC
OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION UFC OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION UFC
ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
START TIME DATE & OF INTERVIEW LOCATION OF INTF_RVIEW (START) ADDMONAL INTERVIEW INFORMATION
END TIME DATE & OF INTERVIEW LOCATION OF INTERVIEW (END) FINGERPRINTS TAICEN PHOTO TAKE_N
VEHICLE DATA
YEAR OF VEHICLE MAKE MODEL COLOR UCENSE PLATE NUMBER & STATE DISPOSMON / REMARKS
CORPORATION / BUSINESS DATA IF CONTRACTOR. CONTRACT NUMBER CORPORATION NAME FED SERV / PROD NUMBEFI PHONE NUMBER
CORPORATION ADDFtESS I CORPORATION NUMBER CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODEIAPO
NOTES
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CID FORM 44-R 20 NOV 98
U00066

DOD-044028

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DATA REQUIRED BY PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code Section 3012 (g) ROUTINE USES: Your social security number and other personal information Are used as an additionallalternate means of identification to facilitate and retrieval.
PRTNCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security # is voluntary
means by which infomiation may be accurately identified.

1. Rec Code: 2. Action Code: 3. Date: 4. Rel to Case: 5. Control: 6. Sequence # 7. Year: 8. Office 9. ROI # Offense:
11 L. . • 13. Grade/Rank: E" 6,
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20. Sex: 21. Race: 22. Ethnic: ,.., .. ;---
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40. int • :., ization: 41. Unit Phone Number: Home: Cell/Pager:
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42. Military Service: 43. Sub Unit: . 45. State: 46. Co21,-47. Zip Code/APO:
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53. JUV: 54. Family Rel: 55. Last Name: 56. First Name: 57. Middle Narne:
58. Social Security: 59. Grade/Rank: 60. MC: 61. Unit:
62. City: 63. State: 64. 7JP/APO: 65. Phone: Wk: Hrn:
66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: ETS: PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START:
Date: Time:
Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END:
Date: Time:

Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes: • No: • /
81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.I.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
NOTES:
.
HOME OF RECORD STREET ADDRESS:
LAST HIV TEST:
CID FORM 44-R-E

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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY: The 10, United StateS Code, GectiOn 3012(g).

ROUTINE USES: Your sodat security number and other personal Inform:Ilion are used as an addifional / alternate means of Identification to facilitate Bing and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE:(Dsclosure of your social security number is voluntary.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with
mears by which infom-aflon may be accurately identified.

REL TO CASEDATE SUBMITTED SEQUENCE NUMBER YEAR UNIT ROI NUMBER
. 04 93 9
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INDIVIDUAL DATA
- - GRADE / RANK
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MIIINIIIIIIIIII SPONSOR'S / AMILY MEMB DATA II
ADDT1NAL INFORMATIONSPONSOR'S MIDDLE NAME
SPONSOR'S FIRST NAMESPONSOR'S LAST NAME
JUVENILE
SPONSOR'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

-SPONSOR'S GRADE I RANK SPONSOR'S MACON FAMILY RELATION PRIOR RECORD UNIT PHONE NUMBER
SPONSOR'S INSTALLATION STATE COUNT-RV ZIP CODE / APO
SPONSOR'S UNIT / ORGANI7_ATION
HOME PHONE NUMBER

SPONSOR'S CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE / APO
SPONSOR'S LOCAL ADDRESS _
ADOMONAL INFORMATION

OFFENSE
UFC
OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION

UFC
UFC OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION
UFC OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION
OFFENSE CODE DESCRIPTION
ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
ADDITIONAL INTERVIEW INFORMATION
START TIME DATE & OF INTERVIEW LOCATION OF INTERVIEW (START)
FINGERPRINTS TAKEN PHOTO TAKEN

LOCATION OF INTERVIEW (END)END TIME DATE & OF INTERVIEW
VEHICLE DATA
LICENSE PLATE NUMBER & STATE DISPOSITION / REMARKS YEAR OF VEHICLE MAKE MODEL COLOR
CORPORATION I BUSINESS DATA
I FED SF_RV / PROD NUMBER PHONE NUMBER
IF CONTRACTOFt, CONTRACT NUMBER

CORPORATION NAME STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE 1 APO
COFIPORAT1ON NUMBER CITY
COFPORATION ADDFtESS
NOTES
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CID FORM 44-R
n21028
20 NOV 98
tizI0068
DOD-044030

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