CID Report: 0087-04-CID519-81170

Detainee alleged that he was abused while in custody of US forces at Camp Bucca. The detainee claims he was wrongly arrested, beaten, sexually assaulted and had his money ($160,000US) stolen. Once released, detainee filed a complaint with the U.S. Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and told his story on Hardball with Chris Matthews. Investigation showed that there was no evidence to support the detainee's claims due to lack of evidence, lack of corroboration and gross inconsistencies in the telling of his account. The claims rested solely upon his verbal complaint, with no corroborating evidence to support allegations. The matter was determined to be unfounded. See RDI 2286.

Doc_type: 
Investigative File
Doc_date: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Thursday, June 29, 2006
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00b, -04-C1D 519-81170 REPORT OP INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY •
1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER
04 Aug 04 US Embassy, Diplomatic Quarter, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 13399042180350

4. REMARKS
Victim Interview of:
Date/Place: 04 Aug 04/US Embassy, Diplomatic Quarter, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Interviewers:
VICTIM related the following information in a signed, sworn statement: VICTIM claimed he was captured by the US
Army while he was crossing the street from the Sheraton Hotel to the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad, Iraq. VICTIM
stated that he was held in an armored vehicle for three days where he was fed, allowed to use a nearby riverbank to
clean himself and use the restroom, and US Army soldiers (NFI) retrieved VICTIM's medicine

from his hotel room. VICTIM asked to be released repeatedly, but
wouldn't release him. VICTIM stated that he was not beaten or otherwise harmed while he was held in
the vehicle.

After being held in the vehicle for three days, VICTIM was transported to the Bucca prisoner-of-war (POW) camp
near the Iraqi-Kuwaiti border. During the trip, VICTIM stated that he was beaten twice after being handcuffed and
thrown to the floor. In addition, VICTIM's money and medicine was taken from him, and unknown personnel
interrogated him at least once.

After arriving at the Bucca camp, VICTIM was in processed and told that he couldn't be released because he was on
a . Someone (NF1) wrote . on the front and back of his shirt for identification purposes. In
addition, VICTIM was given his baggage from his hotel room, but when he looked inside, he found Iraqi intelligence
papers instead of his money and personal documents. VICTIM stated that he told his interrogators that he didn't
have any idea where the intelligence papers came from. When VICTIM asked the soldiers about the location of his
money, the soldiers simply asked why would give him so much money. VICTIM didn't answer the
question.

During his stay at Bucca camp, VICTIM was beaten 6-7 times by various people and put out in the sun for hours at a
time. His worst two beatings occurred after the US Army discovered that he planned to escape and take a soldier
hostage and after throwing his food at a guard because VICTIM was on a hunger strike. When he threw his food at
one of the guards, came into his cell and beat him repeatedly as several soldiers (NFI) held
him down. He complained to and sent a Criminal Investigations Division (CID) agent (NFI) to
his cell to take his statement. VICTIM indicated that he received another beating for complaining, and the CID never
came back with the results of the complaint.

VICTIM stated that he was given a change of clothing and released in Egypt. His identification and money were not
returned to .him. In addition to the approximately $60K he had in his luggage, VICTIM stated that he also had money
stuffed underneath the mattress in his hotel room. In total, VICTIM stated that he lost approximately $115K and his
personal documents.

As a result of his imprisonment, VICTIM stated that he has needed doctor's care
. VICTIM currently has '
. VICTIM is living on his savings as he can't work or drive because of his medical problems.

5. CONDUCTED BY 6. SIGNATURE
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS NEITHER RECOMMENDATIONS NOR CONCLUSIONS OF AFOSI. IT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE AFOSI AND IS LOANED TO YOUR AGENCY; THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT TO BE RELEASED OUTSIDE YOUR AGENCY.
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STATEMENT OF SUSPECT/WITNESS/COMPLAINANT
WITNESS/COMPLAINANT
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AUTHORITY: 10 U.S.C. 8013; 44 U.S.C. 3101; and 50 9397 PRINCIPAL PURPOSES: Used to record information and details of criminal aeikitywhichinay require investigative action by commanders, supervisors, security police, AFOSI special agents, etc.; and to provide information to appropriate individuals within DoD organizations who ensure proper legal and administrative action is taken. ROUTINE USES: Information may be disclosed to local, county, state,and federal law enforcementAhvestigatiVe authorities for investigation and possible criminal prosecution or civil court action. Information extracted from this form may be used in other related criminal and/or civil proceedings. DISCLOSURE IS VOLUNTARY: SSN is used to positively identify the individual making the statement.,
I. STATEMENT INFORMATION
DATE (YYYYMMDD) TIME LOCATION AND INSTALLATION (Bldg/Room No) UNIT TAKING STATEMENT REPEAT (If known) OFFENSE
COMPLAINT
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11. PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION (Print or Type)
NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) SSN STATUS/GRADE

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PERMANENT ADDRESS OR HOME OF RECORD (Include Zip Code) MILITARY ORGANIZATION/EMPLOYER DEROS
SPONSOR INFORMATION (Last, First, Middle Initial) GRADE SSN ORGANIZATION DUTY PHONE
III. ACKNOWLED ENT OF OFFENSES AND 5TH AMENDMENT/ARTICLE 31 RIGHTS ADVISEMENT (Suspect Orgy) • I have been advised the m suspected of the following offenses: .
ADVISED BY (Full Name and Rank) • 'INDIVIDUAL IDENTIFIED HIMSELF/HERSELF AS A (SF, special agent, etc.)
SUSPECT and advised me that I have the following•hts according to the Sth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution/Article 31 GUM, Uniform INITIALS code of Military Justice.
I have the right to remain silent - that is to say . . ng at all.
Any statement I make, oral or written, may be used as 'dance against me in a trial or in other judicial, non-judicial, or administrative proceedings. I have the right to consult with a lawyer. •
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I have the right to have a lawyer present during this interview.
I may obtain a civilian lawyer of my own choice at no expense to the govern
I may request a lawyer any time during this Interview.

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It I decide to answer questions with or without a lawyer present, I may stop the questio • at any time. b MILITARY ONLY: If I want a military lawyer, one will be appointed for me free of char ! CIVILIANS ONLY: It I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer wilt be appointed for by civilian authorities. ., 746 ;;atEVAggiSaiEjeffi
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SUSPECT
me. No pressure or coercion has bean used against me.
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I make the following choice. &NM Ono)
I do not want a lawyer. I am willing to answer questions or make a statement or both, about the offense(slunde • vestigation.
I do not want a lawyer and I do not wish to make a statement or answer any questions.
I want a lawyer. I will not make any statement or answer any questions until I talk to a lawyer.

I fully understand my rights and that my signature does not constitute an admission of guilt.
SIGNATURE.OF SUSPECT SIGNATURE OF WITNESS/INTERVIEWER

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FILE NUMBER DATE OF TRANSMITTAL
AFOSI INVESTIGATIVE COMMUNICATION
13399042180350 20060804
TO: FROM: -
78 MP Der (CID) (FWD) AFOSI Det 243
Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, APO, AE 09366 Unit 66200 Box 122, APO, AE 09852
SUBJECT
REFERENCES Response to lead sent on 13 Jul 04 _
'TEMP) CHECKED ARE APPUCABLE TO ABOVE SUBJECT
1.
INVESTIGATION HAS BEEN INITIATED AND REPORTS WILL BE FORWARDED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

2.
THIS MATTER IS PENDING ¦,,, CLOSED

3.
REQUEST REPORT OF ACTION TAKEN (AFR 124-4)

4.
NOTE RESTRICTIVE LEGENDS ON FRONT OF THE ATTACHMENT(S)

5.
REQUEST INSTRUCTIONS AS TO DISPOSITION OF EVIDENCE LISTED BELOW .

6.
ATTACHED IS FORWARDED FOR rii INFORMATION ACTION •

7.
INVESTIGATION/SUMMARY ATTACHED

B. REQUEST STATUS OF THIS MATTER AND/OVATE REPORT MAY BE EXPECTED
9.
REFER ATTACHED TO.INTERESTED COMMANDER FOR INFORMATION OR ACTION IF NOT PREVIOUSLY REPORTED

10.
WHEN ATTACHMENT(S) IS/ARE REMOVED, THE CLASSIFICATION OF THIS CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE
RETAINED

CO DOWNGRADED TO . OCANCELED MARKED 'FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY' REMARKS
1. In response to lead sent by your office on 13 Jul 04, was interviewed regarding any abuse he suffered while a prisoner of war in Iraq. The following documents were acquired during the interview.
a. AFOSI Form 40h
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b.
VICTIM's statement

c.
CY of Enemy Prisoner of War Document

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d.
CY of Invitation by to visit Iraq

e.
CY of Release Form

f.
Agent's Notes

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g.
CY of VICTIM's resident alien card

h.
CD of scanned documents

2. Direct any further inquires regarding this lead to
.

NM' JRE I AFOSI Detachment 243 M 158, 19840901 (IMT-V3) ATTACHMENT(S) See Above • COPIES TO: File • U00299
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Subject: FW: Interview.

I thought I sent you the email traffic below last week. I'm sorry to keep you
. His info is below.

waiting. Anyway, ref email below,.is currently in.
Please call if you have further questions.

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Sent: Thursday, November 11, 2004 12:49 PM
Subject: Interview

If you recall, I interviewed you in Aug 04 regarding your alleged
abuse during your imprisonment in Iraq. I need to ask further questions.

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attempted to contact you via your cell phone, but the number no longer
works. If possible, please reply to this email with a good phone number

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that we can set up an interview time. Thank you for your time and
patience.. 4

v/r,

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---Original Message---
From:
Sent Thursday, November —, 2004 11:06 AM To: Subject: Hello
Ref our conversation today, I'll contact this afternoon regarding a re-interview. ill let you know what he says. Look forward to working with you.
thx,
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