CID Report: 0131-04-CID259-80197

Report of investigation into accusations of cruelty and maltreatment of an 18-year-old Iraqi civilian during an interrogation at an unknown detention facility in Baghdad, Iraq. The report was unable to make any conclusions about the truth of the allegations.

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Investigative File
Doc_date: 
Tuesday, June 22, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Sunday, November 7, 2004
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TMEN.E
78th
C ENT (CID) (FWD)
3rd MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
BAGHDAD, IZ
APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR 22 Jun 04
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - FINAL (C)/SSI - 0131-04-CID259-80197-/5C1Q2/5Y2E
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 11 MAY 2004/1300 HRS -15 MAY 2004/0600 HRS; UNKNOWN DETENTION
FACILITY, BAGHDAD, IZ

DATE/TIME REPORTED: 27 MAY 2004, 1000 HRS / 10-
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INVESTIGATED BY: SA41111.111111111111111111111 SA
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SUBJECT: 1. (UNKNOWN); (NFI); [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT]

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VICTIM: 1. 41111•1MOMMINIMCIV; NDRS# UNKNOWN; M; C; DATE OF
CAPTURE: 11 MAY 2004; IZ (NFl) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT]

INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
On 27 May 04, this office was notified by the 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID), Baghdad
International Airport, Baghdad, IZ (BIAP) that Mr ilil~was detained and abused. ()

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Investigation did not develop sufficient evidence to prove or disprove Mr al¦11 allegations that he was detained by U.S. Forces, transported to an unknown detention facility, where he was kicked and threatened numerous times over a three-day period and then released at the same location he was detained. Mr-was released prior to the 76-lef "-initiation of this investigation and efforts to locate the detaining unit and Mr 1111=11/11were (774-44, unsuccessful. Investigation disclosed that the unit, which operated in the AI-Adamyia Region, IZ. during the time frame of the incident, had no records to reflect the apprehension WOW 6 7c --16 Mfr
MIME Investigation did not further diminish the integrity or credibility of Mr 66 7c-v, allegation.
STATUTES:
Article 128, UCMJ: Aggravated Assault
Article -93, UCMJ: Cruelty and Maltrea t-

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EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
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Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of MOM= 27 May 04, detailing the receipt of the 7 4.-1 initial complaint and review of the statements provided by Mrs wand Mr41.111.11111

2.
Written Statement of Mrs 4111¦11/ received on 27 May 04. 6 7 e--(7"/ (‘-'1‘.

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Written Statement of Mr 8.111.1111.111 received on 27 May 04. Glc "`f' 4-1‘

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4.SA011.1111, 16 Jun 04, detailing the search of the -Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of 7G -41 X C--/ Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force — Arabian Peninsula (CJSOTF-AP) Detainee Database and coordination with CMDROMIN SPCSMit SAIMR, COL 11111•111. Mr
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The originals of Exhibits 1 through 4 are forwarded with USACRC copy of this report.
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: Interview Mr11111111111111111 Interview Mrs OM k-4;41
Report Prepared By: 1, bC-I Report Approved By:
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Special Agent. Special Agent in Charge
Distribution:
1-DIR, USACRC, 6010, 6 th Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 (original)
1-Thru: CDR, 22nd MP BN (CID), APO AE 09342 Thru: CDR, 3rd MP Group (CID) To: CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
1-PMO, MNF-I (e-mail only)
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1-CID LNO, MNF-I, APO AE 09335 (e-mail only)
1-Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Ill Corps, ATTN: CPTIIIIM (email only)
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CID Regulation 195-1 Page 1 of 1

Basis for Investigation: This investigation was initiated based on notification from the 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID), Baghdad International Airport, Baghdad, 1Z (BIAP) that Mr. ve...-..' h(14 ilemmimiummli(NF1) was detained and abused.

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About 1000, 27 May 04, this office received . statements fromall.111.111111.MdMM. which stated Mr was detained and abused in the Baghdad area by Or_
unknown American forces for a three day period. (See statements for details) ///LAST
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Special Agent, Iraq APO AE 09342
Signatur Date: 27 May 04 Exhibit:

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From: limasimp
To: M0.7
Sub: Complaint
Sir,
My brother's son had arrested on May 11 th 2004 at 13:00 p.m. His name is InallaliMphisage is just 18 years old, and he is a student in high r7-16"
school (last class). He was studying hard these days because he must pass the
final examination a few days later. He was going to his teacher to take some
lessons and he arrested in his way back to home.
They took off his shoes and socks, and they tied his hands with wire and putting
sack on his head, most time even when he slept, they remove it just when he ate
and through investigation.
They never let him use bathroom or give him water. We are looking for him in
every police station and military places and no one find his name in any data
base until they release him.
Please, regard my case and take the necessary actions to investigate in it. This
case represents a penetration for all arresting laws and human rights. So we
should regarding this case in order to avoid repeating it with other Iraqis people
and getting back the confidence with justice as the supreme power.

With my appreciation...
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The Whole Stoll ,:
I was returning from my teacher house which is in Palestine Street to my home in Al-Mansour. In the middle of the road and specifically in Al-Adarnyia region, Near Al-Olympic club at half past one afternoon, there was an American patrol and they stopped the taxi then asked the driver and me about our Identities, after that we gave them the identities. The translator took my identity to the American soldier who looked at it like he knows Arabic language.
The driver brings my books from the car and gave them to me. Then I want to go but they told me (by the translator) you are under arrest. I was surprised but I was sure that they will just ask me some questions and leave me go after that because I didn't do anything. Therefore I did not ask the taxi driver to go to my family and told them about this incident.
The soldier tied my hands to the back and dragged my head to put the sack on it (this situation is not acceptable in the whole world), then he knew from my hair touching that I was putting jell on it, therefore he bend my head and remove jell by water. After that he put the sack on my head and put me in the hummer vehicle. I wasn't able to see the watch but I supposed that I stayed for three hours in the vehicle under sun, I have breathing problems from my early childhood and so I suffocated and started moving my head to the right and left in spontaneously way because of fearing from what it will happen after that. It seemed that there was an American female soldier monitor me and I didn't recognize here existing, she took the sack up from the nose and made it just cover the eyes. Then the vehicle moved (they returned the sack on whole my face for many hours until we reached to a place).
They took my shoes and socks off, and then took me to a room and the wires were still in my hands and the sack on my head. They threw me on the ground, I tried to sit but I didn't know if there was a wall beside me or not. I heard the soldiers entering, and then they start kicking me, the first kick which was under my back the most painful one because I didn't guess that they will treat me in this shameful way. The kicking continued until I fatigued, I did not know from where the kicks came and my hands were not free in order to protect my body.
The kicking repeated for three times and there was a break between each one of them for thirty minutes approximately. After that I felt horror surrounded me and this matter will last until I'll die without seeing my family. Some of them entered and the translator was with them, they didn't kick me, therefore, I thought that they are another soldiers not the previous ones who beat me so I told them about my thirsty. Finally they bring me a coca and hamburger sandwich, they took the sack and the wires off, gave me the food, one of the soldiers stand near me, with a rifle in his hand directed towards my eyes about just 5 cm, I couldn't eat but they force me to eat, so because of fearing 1 started
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eating in spite of that I couldn't eat anything at that time. At the end of the path I noticed a watch referring to one or two o'clock at the night, and I couldn't specific the time exactly.
Again they tied me and made an investigation with me. The officer started the investigation with me and the entire questions were about my father and family. What is your father working? When is he returning to home? How many uncles do you have? Where are you father work? Then I told them about my father place and I said "if you don't believe me you can make sure by yourself' then I thought that they will go to my father work place and knowing him about me so he will feel comfortable about me especially that he is very sick, it is possible that he would die from this nerve exhausting if still worried about me. Then I realized that the translator change some of my answers, for example when the investigator asked me "how many uncles do you have?" I answered "I have two" in Arabic language and the translator said "seven" then I said in English language "No, They are only two" then the translator started to insult me and he had threaten me that I never ever utter any word in English.
They investigated me four times. Then they took me to the place that I was in it to sleep where they offered me a bed but I couldn't sleep because of the sack, wires and the horrible noises. I still reserved there for two days and in the third day they took me with them at six o'clock in the morning in their vehicle and finally the left me in the same place where they arrested me and at the same time.
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About 0945, 2 Jun 04, SAIIIIIIMconducted a search of the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Arabian Peninsula (CJSOTF-AP) Detainee Database, which disclosed no information which pertained to Mr.11111.111111111. 6 .7d-r*tig•-1
• bid-4 4-i 176--; About 1430, 4 Jun 04, SAillIM coordinated with Deputy Commander, CJSOTF-AP, who conducted a search of the records maintained by CJSOTF-AP. The search disclosed Mr was not detained by any unit in theater subordinate to 616-6-6-64-CJSOTF-AP.
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About 1130, 7 Jun 04, SA 1 coordinated with SPC4/11/1/.111/1/MMEMINIX S-2, 2/162 Infantry Task Force (INF TF), who stated 2/162 INF TF conducted operations in the Al-4‘,4 Adamiya region; however, no one named was apprehended by 2/162 INF TF; no 1,7e-'1' one was apprehended by 2/162 INF TF on Palestine Street on 11 May 04; and no further information regarding the apprehension of Mr 4111111=Rwas available. /,76.--Lf, S C "41
bit..4, -/ About 1440, 7 Jun 04, SAIIIIIIIIIicoordinated with SA .i'76-/(64-(Criminal Intelligence Coordinator, 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID), Baghdad International Airport, Baghdad, IZ,
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who stated he was unable to provide any information regarding the apprehension of Mr./avarlit unless a National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS) Number was assigned to Mr ,,MINIM or the detention facility where he was taken could be determined. i
Vt-i(64-/ About 1600, 8 Jun 04, SAM= coordinated with COL OMM~11/1/1/M fifC41 4 45: Ministry of Justice, Baghdad, IZ, who stated the Ministry of Justice did not maintain records of ­
complaints filed with Ministry of Justice once the complaint was referred to the proper agency.COL .stated he could provide no information which would assist this office in locating Mr 4111111111111111 or Mrsale11111111t 67e - ft 66-44
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Department, Ministry of Justice, Baghdad, IZ, who stated if a detainee was apprehended under
military operations and was not released to the Ministry of Justice for judicial hearings, suach as the events alleged by MrliNNIIM no record of the detainee was kept by the Ministry of bx." 16 Justice.
qe,,((64.-(.(776' 3 f 66-3 About 1030, 16 Jun 04, SAS briefed CP .1., Chief of Criminal Law, „puce of the StaffJudge Advocate, III Corps, Baghdad, IZ, on all aspects of this investigation.-74:3.Pi' CPT... opined insufficient evidence was present to prove or disprove M.141.1111 ¦11. 6 76d/1' 444c allegations.///LAST ENTRY///
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SA40.1¦11.12111111. 78t MP Detachment (Forward) (CID)Special Agent,
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342
Signature:

Date: Exhibit:
16 JUN 04
CID Form 94

OR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
0 -UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
DATE: 27 MAY 2004

FROM: SAC, 78TH MILITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD)
TO:

DIRECTOR, USACRC, USACIDC, FORT BELVOIR, VA
.CDR, HQUSACIDC ATTN: CIOP-ZA, FORT BELVOIR, VA
CDR, 22ND MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (CID) (FWD)
CDR, 3D MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
CDR, 78TH MILITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD)
MNF-1, CHIEF OF STAFF, DETAINEE OPS
PROVOST MARSHAL, 1ST ARMORED DIVISION
PROVOST MARSHAL,' CJTF-7
LNO CID, CJTF-7 (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

SUBJECT: CID REPORT -INITIAL/SSI - 0131-04-CID259-80197-
/5C1Q2/5Y2E

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RELEASER: SA.11111111.1.1.111111.

DRAFTER : SA 1

1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1. 11 MAY 2004/ 1300 HRS - 15 MAY 2004/0600 HRS;

UNKNOWN DETENTION FACILITY, BAGHDAD, IZ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 27 MAY 2004, 1000 HRS ( '

3.
INVESTIGATED BY: SA411.1111111111111/1111111111111111101. SA

411111111111111111=11111=11111111111P
4. SUBJECT: 1. (UNKNOWN); (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT]

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5. VICTIM: 1. all111.11.11.1111111111111.; CIV; NDRS# i511-
UNKNOWN; M; C; DATE OF CAPTURE: 11 MAY 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 27 MAY 04, THIS OFFICE WAS NOTIFIED BY THE 22ND MILITARY
POLICE BATTALION (CID), BAGHDAD INTERNATIONAL. AIRPORT,.b -4

rIBAGHDAD, IZ (BIAP) THAT MR. .----
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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED AMERICAN FORCES DETAINED MR.41101111111111AT PALESTINE STREET, BAGHDAD, IZ, PLACED A 6---4‘
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BAG OVER HIS HEAD, AND TRANSPORTED HIM TO AN UNKNOWN LOCATION. MR. WAS KICKED AND THREATENED b7c -4i3 O4-4e NUMEREOUS TIMES OVER A THREE-DAY PERIOD AND THEN RELEASED AT THE SAME LOCATION WHERE HE WAS APPREHENDED.
EFFORTS ARE ON-GOING TO LOCATE THE DETENTION FACILITY WHERE
mR.aggiggiggrwAs TAKEN AND LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY AND 1.77e---164-4*
INTERVIEW THE INDIVIDUALS WHO APPREHENDED HIM.

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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27 May 04 Cruelty and Maltreatment Mr.11111111 life; 1 176'
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27 May 04 Locate detention facility where was taken 6 76-14 i4, -'
27 May 04 Locate, fully ID, and interview Apprehension Team
27 May 04 Locate, fully ID, and interview Mr41111111. S. 74... -44, /56--fz-
27 May 04 Locate, fully ID, and interview Mr_- 6 7e.. -t4 66 - CrC
27 May 04 Medical evaluation of Mrd 6 7G -4,-- ,4-
1 Jun 04 Locate, fully ID, and interview interpreter of interview

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MEANINGFUL INV ACTIVITY 10 duty days RFA FOLLOW UP 15 duty days
KNOWN SUBJ FINALS 15 duty days
-UNFOUNDED FINALS 15 duty days
UNKNOWN SUBJ FINALS 30 cal days ACTION TAKEN 30 cal days
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Conducted a search of the CJSOFT-AP Detainee Database, which disclosed nb information which pertained to Mr b7e -c' all111.111.1. However, this does not mean Mr...MI
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the database were listed as "Iraqi," "Iraqi x 11,"
ect.

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cell phone number provided, which met with negative
results.

Coordinated with SA.111111. who stated he would conduct
a search of his records to determine if he had any
information regarding what units patrolled near
Palestine Street between 11 and 14 May 04.

Attempted to contact CW2 OM MFC-1 LNO, to request
he search for any information regarding patrols
conducted near Palestine Street, which met with
negative results.

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via Iridium Phone, which met with negative results.

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Coordinated with CIAl2 111111111 who stated the 89 th MP BN
was responsible for liaison with local law enforcement
and should be able to provide information regarding.
what unit patrolled in Al-Adamyia Region during the
incident. DNVT: 539-4111111 -3

Coordinated with OPS SGM, 89 th MP BN, who stated they
maintained no records of patrolling units and did not
conduct patrols. Recommended C/A coordinate with 1
CAV to determine who was in the Al-Adamyia Region on
11 May 04.

Coordinated with 38 th MP DET (CID), who stated the 3 rd
th ECT conducted operations in Al-Adamyia BCT and 39
Region. 39th BCT TOC: 646-41111 3rd BCT S-1: 531
3 rd BCT S-2: 531-4.111 44,4 04- I, 41

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Coordinated with MAJ... who stated 2/162 was b?e--7/64
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would conduct a search of the records maintained by
2/162 to determine if anyone was picked up by 2/162
around 1300, 11 May 04', and contact C/A with results.

Attempted to contact Mr 1111111,to check status of
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