CID Report: 0124-04-CID259-80199

Investigation prompted by NYT article containing victim's allegations of torture and abuse during detention in Abu Ghraib from November 29 through December 31, 2003. Investigation concludes there is not “sufficient evidence to prove or disprove the allegations made by Mr. Al-Rawi.”

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
3'd MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
78Ih MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) (FWD)
BAGHDAD, IZ
APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR 5 Jul 04
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL
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DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1.
29 NOV 2003/0001 HRS — 31 DEC 2003/2359 HRS; BAGHDAD
CORRECTIONAL CONFINEMENT FACILITY (BCCF), ABU GHRAIB, BAGHDAD, IZ

DATE/TIME REPORTED: 24 MAY 2004, 0900 HRS
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INVESTIGATED BY: SA
SA

SUBJECT: 1. (UNKNOWN); (NFI); [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT]
66/ UNKNOWN CITY, IZ; DATE OF CAPTURE: 29 NOV 2003; DATE OF RELEASE: 28 MAR 2004; IZ (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] VICTIM: 1. AL-RAWI, SADDAM SALAH ABOUD; CIV; NDRS# 200144; M; C; ugwommi
INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
On 25 May 04, this office received a newspaper article from the New York Times titled "Iraqi
Tells of U.S. Abuse, From Ridicule to Rape Threat," dated 14 May 04, which alleged Mr AL-

RAW! was abused while detained at BCCF.
Investigation did not develop sufficient evidence to prove or disprove the allegations made by
Mr AL-RAWI. Investigation disclosed that on 16 Jan 04 and 21 Jan 04, Mr AL-RAWI was
interviewed and stated he was never abused nor witnessed abuse at the BCCF. Investigation

did not further diminish the integrity or credibility of Mr AL-RAWI's allegation.
STATUTES:
Article 128, UCMJ: Aggravated Assault Article 93, UCMJ: Cruelty and Maltreatment
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EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
Attached:
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1. Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of SA wwwt 5 Jul 04, detailing the basis for
investigation; recalpit of two AIR excerpte,from 0063-04-CID149-83130; coordination with COL MDR , and CPT
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Newspaper Article, 14 May 04, which reflected Mr AL-RAWI's allegations of abuse to the
New York Times. (USACRC and File Copies only)

3.
Excerpts from AIR of SA

22nd Military Police Battalion, Camp Victory, IZ, 12 May 04, detailing interviews of Mr AL-RAWI on 16 Jan 04 and 21 Jan 04,wherein he denied he was a victim or witness of abuse while he was detained at BCCF.
4. AIR of SA Interview/Intermtion Team (PIT), BCCF, 31Ma 04, detailing se0iPt of
Reqyast fOr,A§sistance from this office; coordination with SPC and M3 e4c--tifdP-5
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5.
Joint Interrogation Debriefing Center Task Organization Chart, which detailed the
interpreters utilized during the time frame of the incident.

6.
Medical Screening Log, 21 Oct 03, which pertained to Mr AL-RAWI.

Not Attached:
None.
The originals of Exhibits 1, 2, 4, and 5 are forwarded with USACRC copy of this report. The
original of Exhibit 3 is maintained in the files of the 22" Military Police Battalion, Camp Victory,
IZ. The original of Exhibit 6 is maintained in the files of K Company, 3/24 Marines, BCCF, Abu

Ghraib, IZ.
STATUS: This is a Final (C) Report. This investigation is terminated in accordance with CIDR 195-1, Chapter 4-17 (a)(6), the Special Agent in Charge determined further of the investigation would be of little or no value. Remaining Leads: Locate, fully identify, and interview Mr AL-
RAW I.
Report Prepared. B. Report Appro
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Special Agerit. Special Agent-in Charge
Distribution:
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1-CID LNO, MNF-I, APO AE 09335 (e-mail only)
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 25 May 04, this office received a newspaper article from the New York Times titled "Iraqi Tells of U.S. Abuse, From Ridicule to Rape Threat," dated 14 May 04, which alleged Mr AL-RAWI was abused while detained at Baghdad CentralConfinement Facility, Abu Ghraib, IZ (BCCF).
9A1 ;?..M.W eiyed two excerpts from the Agent's Investigation Report of SA
„ 22nd Military Police Battalion, Camp Victory, IZ, which
rgfie.Cted On 16 Jan 04 and 21 Jan 04 Mr AL-RAWI was interviewed and denied he ever
witnessed any abuse and denied he ever suffered any abuse while at BCCF.

About 1030, 4 Jun 04, SA
this-efice, coordinated with COLtrta lir Magistrate Cell, Multinational Forces — Iraq (MNF-I), who stated detainee records are not maintained after the review board is convened. The records are returned to BCCF.
About 1310, 28 Jun 04, SA coordinated with CMDR RegimeCrimes Liaison Office,Coalition Provisional Authority, Baghdad, IZ, who stated he was unable to provide any point of contact information for the "human rights office" where Mr AL-RAW'
made his allegations.
About 0930, 5 Jul 04, SA"... briefed CPT
, Chief of Criminal Law, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, III Corps, Camp Victory, IZ, on this investigation. CP11111111111 104 6-310C-T3 opined insufficient evidence existed to prove or disprove thellEgations made by Mr AL-RAWI.
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Subject: FW: Another Victim?
Sent: 5/14/04 3:41 AM
Well,,, expect more to come, like this articles...
initiate a 66 for this to verify to see if Saddam Saleh Aboud was ever a
detainee at Abu first and cross reference with your ROIs to see if Aboud was
ever listed as a victim

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Subject: Another Victim?
We'll probably be asked if we are investigating this also
New York Times
May 14, 2004
Iraqi Tells Of U.S. Abuse, From Ridicule To Rape Threat
By Ian Fisher

BAGHDAD, Iraq, May 13 - The rough road to confession began with the ridicule
of the naked and hooded prisoner's name: Saddam.

The now-former prisoner, Saddam Saleh Aboud, 29, said that escalated into a
threat of rape by an American soldier named Ivan in the 1-A block of Abu
Ghraib prison. Then, he said, he was chained in a sitting position to the
bars of a cell for 23 hours in a day. Loud music thumped, he said. He
urinated where he sat.

Every few days, he said, he was uncuffed for other treatments: douses of
cold water, barking dogs, something called "the scorpion," in which his arms

were cuffed to his legs, behind his back.
Fellow prisoners, he said, told him later it lasted 18 days. He said he did
not know, and that it did not matter. He was ready to talk.
"They began talking to me," Mr. Aboud said. "They asked, 'Do you know the
Islamic opposition?' I said, 'Yes.' " They asked, 'Do you know Zarqawi?"'
referring to a Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian militant with ties to Al
Qaeda. "I told them, 'I am his driver, I swear to God.' "
"They asked me about Osama bin Laden," he said. "I said, 'I am Osama bin

Laden but I am disguised.' "
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He said he meant every word. "I was only afraid that they would take me back to the torture room," he said. "I would prefer to be dead." Mr. Aboud spoke, reluctantly at first, for several hours on Thursday after a chance encounter with a reporter at the office of a human rights group here in Baghdad, where he had gone to register what he said was torture during four months at Abu Ghraib.
Despite his anger and shame at what he said the Americans had done to him,
he even told of some kind behavior by soldiers.
"I just want to clarify one thing," he said at one point. "Most of the
American soldiers were not bad."

As with other accounts by Iraqis of abuse, it was impossible to verify his claims - and the job gets ever harder amid the widespread rage, the possible desire for compensation and the sheer volume of detailed coverage of the
case.
It is possible, however, to weigh his account with the growing record from the military and other witnesses.
His name and prisoner numberJ.00144, is not included in a damning military investigation of the abuse. But the dates he gave matched those of the worst abuse, and he mentioned several cellmates with names similar to those in the
report.
With no prompting, he also provided first names of several important figures
in the report and accurately described some of their roles: a sergeant named Ivan; a woman named "Lynn or Lynnie," he said, and whom he recognized in the pictures released two weeks ago; a civilian named Steven, who he said seemed
in charge of interrogations.
Condemned in the report by Maj. Gen. Antonio M. Taguba were Staff Sergeant Ivan L. Frederick II, of the 372nd Military Police Company; Pfc. Lynndie England, identified as the woman holding a leash tied around the neck of one prisoner in a photo; and Steven Stefanowicz, a civilian interrogator who General Taguba said in his report instructed military police officers to
elicit confessions using unapproved methods.
Mr. Aboud's allegations of the methods of abuse largely squared with those
in General Taguba's report. He also mentioned, again with no prompting, a
central allegation of the report: his belief that the orders for torture

came from superiors.
"I think this was carried out under orders," he said. He offered as evidence
that the man named Steven appeared to be the one directing the soldiers and
that several higher­
up officers regularly visited the cellblock - at times,
he claimed, during actual mistreatment.

He said he asked one of the interrogators, " 'Why do you torture us?' " and
that the man replied, "'It's not in our control.' " -
He also said that the soldiers themselves, as a group, seemed conflicted
about what they were doing.

While some seemed to enjoy it, he said, one soldier unchained him for several hours, only to rush back and chain him again when his superiors werecoming.
At one point, one female soldier, whom he identified as "Mrs. Lise," yelled at a man who punched him during questioning. Mr. Aboud, a trader and Sunni Muslim from near the northern border with
Syria, said he was arrested on Nov. 29, 2003, when he reported to the Iraqi
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police a car on Saddoun Street in downtown Baghdad that he believed was wired with a bomb. He was blunt that he did not do this out of concern for American soldiers, whom he views as occupiers who must leave Iraq.
"If this car would have exploded at an American site, I would support that,"he said. "But this would have killed innocent people." The Iraqi police, he said, handed him over to American soldiers. After spending five days at two small United States bases, he said he was sent to Abu Ghraib, to Cell Block 1-A, known as the "hard site" for the worst
prisoners. He had seen the prison before: He said he had spent three years in Abu Ghraib as a political prisoner and was released in a general amnesty that Saddam Hussein declared in October 2002. He said he was settled into cell No. 42 and was given an orange prison outfit. Soon after, he said, he was hooded, taken to a hallway in the block and ordered to strip naked. Then he was told to stand on a box, with his hands laced over his head. One interrogator began to mock his first name,Saddam. He said that he heard the click of cameras but that he did not recognize himself in any of the released pictures of the abuse. "Then they started to beat me," he said. He said he was struck with a
broomstick, first on his hands, then on his arms, his shoulders and his stomach. Then he fell to the ground. One soldier, who prisoners called "the crazy soldier" because he seemed unbalanced, urinated on him, he claimed. Then they threw cold water on him. He was taken back to his cell. The next day, he said, he was taken to a room where he said the sergeant named Ivan was sitting in a plastic chair. "He told me his famous sentence, which has always stayed in my ears," said Mr. Aboud, who understands some
English and speaks it a little. "He said,
-113rou do not confess, I will
have my soldiers rape you.' "
"That is not a man," Mr. Aboud said, switching from Arabic into broken
English. "No. 1, animal. No. 2, crazy. Not an American."
He was not interrogated, however, but taken to a cell where his feet were
slipped through cell bars and his hands cuffed just above them. He said he
was forced to sit like that, naked, for 23 hours out of 24, with loud music
blasting from a stereo. "If they would have played for me good music, maybe
I could have slept - boom, boom, boom!" he said.
Every few days, he said, he was uncuffed and taken for some other abuse, but
never asked any questions. At least four times, he was placed in the
"scorpion" position and kicked while lying on the ground, he said. Twice, he
said, soldiers brought him naked before two snarling dogs. Days blurred into
each other, relieved only once by the kind soldier who uncuffed him and
whispered, "Go and get some rest."
After what his prison mates said were 18 days - he believed it was on Dec.
23 - he was taken back to his cell. On the next day, he said, the
interrogation began. There were three soldiers, he said, and two civilians

who he believed were from military intelligence. The man named Steven, in
his 30's with a goatee, stood silent. The soldiers, he said, deferred to
Steven.

"Steven was responsible for everything," he said. "He was the one who told
them what to do. He did not do any torturing himself."
He said the interrogators did not have to work hard: For the next few days,
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the insurgency, of knowing top terrorists, of being Mr. bin Laden, of being a member of a militant Shiite Muslim group, even though he is a Sunni. He said he made up stories about where the resistance was hiding in the western
desert.
But, he said, they never asked him about the car bomb that he said he
reported to the Iraqi police. And after the interrogations began, he said,

he was never tortured again. If his account his true, this time coincides with the beginning of the military investigations into the abuse. Several of the most abusive soldiers, he said, disappeared from the block. He said he was finally released in March, after one month out of 1-A, in a tent in the prison yard. He said he was innocent, but suggested that he might not remain so, at least by American standards. An amateur photographer, he said he filmed the fighting in Falluja last month. He will not smoke American cigarettes. He said he now hates the colors red, white and blue. He said he is not a fighter, but pitched back to a reporter the question of whether he would
become one.
You can analyze your own question," he said. "What would you do if I occupied your country, tortured people and violated all the laws of yourcountry? Would you resist me?"
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 30 May 04, this office received a Category I Request For Assistance (RFA) (0124-04-CID259-80199) from the 78th Military Police (MP) Detachment (DET) (CID), Baghdad International Airport (BIAP), Baghdad, Iraq, which requested information pertaining to possible abuse of Detainee Saddam S. AL-RAWI, National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS)
number 200144.
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At 0800, 31 May 04, SAmminurcoordinated with SP Magistrates Cell, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Baghdad, Iraq to obtain the prison records of Detainee AL-RAWI. The record of Detainee AL-RAWI was currently at Combined Joint Task Force-7 (CJTF-7) headquarters.
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At 0830, 31 May 04,SAIIIIIINIMIPcoordinated with MSG .• Joint
Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), BCCF, Baghdad, Iraq. MSGMIIIIII1Pstated there were
-no interrogation reports for Detainee AL-RAWI as he was never on Military Intelligence (MI) hold.
At 0900, 31 May 04, SA coordinated with MSG e
who3 provided a copy of the JIDCTask Organization chart, which listed the civilian interpreters MI utilized for their interrogations (See JIDC task organization chart for details).
AGENTS COMMENT: Unable to locate a list of prison guards on duty during the da
requested time frame i ht shift prison guards; CPL Ch he

ANER, , IvanL. FREDERICK, SPC Mega

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, SGT Javal S. DAVIS, MP

MINIS and SPC Sabrina D. HARMAN, all members of 372nd MP CO, are all
currently subjects in Report of Investigation (ROI) (0003-04-CID149-83130). The unit of assignment was the 320th MP Battalion, 372nd MP Company (CO), Cumberland, MD. The records this unit kept were very poor.
AGENTS COMMENT: Canvass interviews were not conducted due to the extremely poor record
keeping of the previous unit, unable to determine who was in the Hard-site during the time in
question and due to the fact that almost 1500 Detainees have been released in the past weeks.

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1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1.
29 NOV 2003/ 0001 HRS - 31 DEC 2004/2359 HRS;
BAGHDAD CORRECTIONAL CONFINEMENT FACILITY (BCCF), ABU
GHRAIB, BAGHDAD, IZ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 25 MAY 2004, 0900 HRS

3.
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SUBJECT: 1. (UNKNOWN); (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT]

5.
VICTIM: 1 . L I, SADDAM SALAH ABOUD; CIV; NDRS#
MEW M; C; UNKNOWN CITY, IZ; DATE OF

CAPTURE: 29 NOV 2003; DATE OF RELEASE: 28 MAR 2004; IZ
(NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT]

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.

ON 25 MAY 04, THIS OFFICE RECEIVED A NEWSPAPER ARTICLE FROM
THE NEW YORK TIMES TITLED "IRAQI TELLS OF U.S. ABUSE, FROM

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RIDICULE TO RAPE THREAT", DATED 14 MAY 04, WHICH ALLEGED

MR. AL-RAWI WAS ABUSED WHILE DETAINED AT BCCF.

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED MR. AL-RAWI WAS

APPREHENDED BY COALITION FORCES ON 29 NOV 03, TRANSPORTED

TO TWO DIFFERENT UNKNOWN LOCATIONS THEN TRANSFERRED TO

BCCF. MR. AL-RAWI WAS HIT REPEATADLY WITH A BROOMSTICK,

KICKED, FORCED TO SIT IN AWKARD POSITIONS FOR EXTENDED
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PERIODS OF TIME, THREATENED WITH RAPE, BROUGHT NAKED BEFORE
TWO SNARLING DOGS, AND URINATED ON BY A U.S. SOLDIER DURING
THE FIRST THIRTY DAYS AT THE BCCF.

ON 29 MAY 04, THIS OFFICE CONFIRMED MR. AL-RAWI WAS A

DETAINEE AT THE BCCF AND WAS NEVER LISTED AS A VICTIM OF

ABUSE.

A REVIEW OF REPORT OF INVESTIGATION 0003-04-CID149-83130
REVEALED MR. AL-RAWI WAS INTERVIEWED ON 16 JAN 04 AND AGAIN
ON 21 JAN 04 WHERE HE RELATED HE WAS NEVER ABUSED OR
WITNESSED ABUSE AT THE BCCF.

EFFORTS ARE ON-GOING TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY, AND
INTERVIEW MR. AL-RAWI AND THE INDIVIDUALS WHO CONDUCTED THE
DETENTION AND INTERROGATIONS OF MR. AL-RAWI.

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.

7.
COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2
PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND
AR 380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF
PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

8.
CID REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTIVE MARKING IN ACCORDANCE

.WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.

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Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR 29 May 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, Baghdad Correctional Confinement Facility, (BCCF), Abu Ghriab, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09335
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0124-04-CID295-80199
1.
On 25 may 04, this office received a newspaper article from the New York Times titled "Iraqi Tells of U.S. Abuse, From Ridicule to Rape Threat", dated 14 May 04, which alleged Mr. AL-RAWI was abused while detained at BCCF.

2.
Preliminary investigation revealed Mr. Saddam Salah Aboud AL-RAWI, NDRS #200144, (NFI) was apprehended by coalition forces on 29 Nov 03, transported to two different unknown locations then transferred to BCCF. Mr. AL-RAWI was hit repeatedly with a broomstick, kicked, forced to sit in awkward positions for extended periods of time, threatened with rape, brought naked before two snarling dogs, and urinated on by a u.s. soldier during the first thirty days at the BCCF.

On 29 May 04, this office confirmed Mr. AL-RAW! was a detainee at the BCCF and was never listed as a victim of abuse.
A review of Report of Investigation 0003-04-CID149-83130 revealed Mr. AL-RAWI was interviewed on 16 Jan 04 and again on 21 Jan 04 where he related he was never abused or witnessed abuse at the BCCF.
3.
Request your office conduct a search of the records maintained at BCCF and provide prison records and interrogation reports, which pertain to Mr. AL-RAWI; a listing of guards on duty during the time frame of the incident, to include unit of assignment; a listing of translators who worked at BCCF during the time frame of the incident; and medical records which pertain to Mr. AL-RAWI.

4.
Further, request your office conduct canvass interviews of individuals, who were present at BCCF during the time frame of the incident and are still located at BCCF, to determine if they have any pertinent information related to this investigation.

5.
This is a Category I Investigation. Results will be provided to this office within 24 hours of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be expeditiously provided to this office.

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Subject FW: Human Rights Group
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Below is a request from a CID Agent trying to find a "human rights group" listed in newspaper article as having been approached by an Iraqi who claimed he had been abused by US soldiers. Do you have any insight into where we can get in touch with the "Office of Human Rights"? •
Thank You
CW3, MP AOPS/FSO 22nd MP Battalion (CID) APO AE 09342 DNVT 550-1111111114/3c7i 10(07i
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erPriman Rights Group
Per our conversation, here is what you asked for. The 14 May 04 edition of the New York Times published an article titled "Iraqi Tells of U.S. Abuse, From Ridicule To Rape Threat" which alleged Mr Saddam Saleh ABOUD, Prisoner Number 200144, was mistreated while he was detained in Teir 1A, BCCF. Mr ABOUD stated he went to " . • . the office of a human rights group here in Baghdad, where he had gone to register . ." Our case number is 0124-04-CID259-80199. If you need anything further from me, please let me know. Thanks.
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allegations of abuse. Thanks.

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I: 20, T: 0 Detachment (DET) (CID), Baghdad International Airport (BIAP), Baghdad, Iraq, which requested information pertaining to possible abuse of Detainee Saddam S. AL-RAWI, National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS) number 200144.
0800, 31 May 04 At 0800, 31 May 04, SAirlikploordinated with SPC IAA 1 1 /4" IMO Magistrates Cell, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Baghdad, Iraq to Mir° obtain the prison records of Detainee AL-RAWL The record of Detainee AL-RAWI was currently at Combined Joint Task Force-7 (CJTF-7) headquarters.
0830, 31 May 04 At 0830, 31 May 04, SArown. coordinated with MSG 3
1111111.111111111111119.1c -ti bb-Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIM, BCCF, Baghdad, Iraq. MSG.

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AGENTS COMMENT: Unable to locate a list of prison guards on duty during the requested time frame. The unit of assignment was the 320th MP Battalion, 372nd MP Company (CO), Cumberland, MD. The records this unit kept were very poor.
AGENTS COMMENT: Canvass interviews were not conducted due to the extremely poor record keeping of the previous unit, unable to determine who was in the Hard-site during the time in question and due to the fact that almost 1500 Detainees have been released in the past weeks.
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It appears his guy was already released from the Baghdad Correctional Confinement Facility, Abu
Ghriab, IZ.
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However, it was interesting to find two eateries in CID ROI 0003-04-CID149-XXXXX, which say he was interviewed but didn't provide any information. Here's the excerpts.
Complaintjaddam Saleh ABOUD.p...
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