CID Report: 0147-04-CID259-80210

CID Report of investigation regarding alleged abuse of detainee at unknown detention facility in Tikrit, Iraq. Detainee picked up by Iraqi Police on or about April 15, 2004. He was interviewed with the assistance of an interpreter on May 5, 2004. For details of abuse, see Incident.

Investigation concludes that it could “not develop sufficient evidence to prove or disprove the allegations made by” the victim, and that it “did not further diminish the integrity or credibility” of the victim’s allegations.

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Investigative File
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Saturday, July 17, 2004
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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY •
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
3"I MILITARY POLICE GROUP CID)
78th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT {(CID) (FWD)
BAGHDAD, 12
APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR
17 Jul 04
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL (C)/SSI — 0147-04-CID259-80210—
/5C 1 R2/5Y2E/5X1
DAT
ES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1.
FACILITY, TIKRIT, IZ

15 APR 2004/1720 FIRS — 21 APR 2004/2359 HRS; UNKNOWN DETENTION
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 3 Jun 20
HRI
INVESTIGATED BY: S
SA

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

2. (UNKNOWN); (NFI); [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT] [CQNSPIRACY]
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VICTIM: 1. ing,41,16.,
aummirm...
744:4311F
CAPTURE: 17 APR 4;" IV; NDRS#111111, ; M;ggi F
[A
DATE OFMALTREATMENT) [CONSPIRACY] GGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND ..-
INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
On 3 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal (MOT) 0024-04-
Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75th CID789, from theConfinement Facility (B
Abu Gh Military Police Det ment, Baghdad Central
directed against Mr.
raib, Iraq APO AE 09342, regardingg allegations of abused
, Iraq.
hile he was detained at an unknown detention facility in Tikrit,
c, 7,46
10
est'
• Mr. did not develop sufficient evidence to prove or disprove the aIle tions made by
ntervIews of the involved U.S. personnel disclosed Mr.

injurielpitOr to entry into the control of U.S. Forces. Nolz.
ustained his 7F -.ft..it
regarding the medical treatment fical logs were Maintained
refute the .state ei
nts prov ded. or evaluations of Mr. 11.1111/prior to 5 May4 to support or
of Mr.- Investigation did not furth
(legation. min
lr diish the egrity or credibility
/r7r-4°& atn
7r 7c.he. (be
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01 47-04-CIO259-80210
STATUTES:
Article 128, UCMJ: Aggravated Assault
Article 93, UCMJ: Cruelly and Maltreatment
Article 81, UCMJ: Conspiracy

EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
Attached:
1. Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of S BCCF, 6 May 04,
detailing the receipt of the initial complaint; the itle 6 o .exposure of
photographs; and coordination with 1LT (Dr.)11111.1.0and CW2
2.
Photographic Packet comprised of 20 photographs (Phot„rt20)
and File Copies only) (USCRC
3.
Compact disc 040024.789 containing all photographs and the originals of Exhibit 2.
(USACRC and File copy only)
4.
Prisoner In-Processing Medical Screening Record and attached SF 600, Chronolo ica Record of Medical Care, 5 May 04, which reflects the medical screening of Mr.
5. 1 be, Or-F 7F1C1* A
AIR of SA 1116111110111111 48th Military Police Detachment (CID), 6 th MilitaryPolice Group, ort CartOn, C 80913, 10 Jun 04, detailing the receipt of Request forAssistance from this office; coordination with MAJ
nd SGM
of CPTININIIIpSFC interviews
SFC11.111111MS
nd SSG
collecOrof evidence. and
7=74
6. Sworn Statement of SFC Jun 04, wherein he stated Mr.
injuries prior to entering U.S. catbdy: stained
7.
Sworn Statement of SFC 0 Jun 04, wherein he detailed the medical treatment he
provided to Mr.
7f 76 lob 11-
8. Sworn Statement of MSG 0 Jun 04, wherein he detailed . Mr.
VI* 7C condition
when he entered U.S. custody and'itiescribed Mr.
custody. actions after entering S.

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9. Sworn Statement of SSG
=--1 &idol.. 10 Jun 04, wherein he detailed his knowledge of Mr.
condition at the time Ijkwas released to U.S. custody.
CA .10(e i bv)/
10. AIR of SA Illoalailialliff
286th Military Police Detachment (CID), Forward
Operating Base Danger, APO AE 09392, 17 Jun 04, detailing the receipt of Request for
Assistance from this office and the interviews of CPT11 1111111111PMAJIIIIIIIII. Mrinlillt and
1LTIIIIIIIMMIlit
114F1
11.
AIR of SAIMMI5 Jul 04, detailing the receipt of MOT from PIT, BCCF, coordination
with CPT.11110, and review of evidence.
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12. 0147-04-C1259-80210
DA Form 4137, Evidence/Property Custody Document (ECD), Voucher Number 0
(USACRC and File Copies only) 529-0.4
Not Attached:
Retained in the files of this office:

13.
Computer discs. (Item 1, VO 529-04) (U.S. Government)
14. Detention Packet of Mr
7F 7C.4* ti
15. Situation fie orfs, Incident47ports, and Summary Interrogations Reports, which pertained
to Mr. 7p-z,
The originals of Exhibits 1, 2, and 5 through 12 are forwarded with USACRC copy of this report.
The original of Exhibit 4 is maintained in the files of the 391 5` Mary Police Battalion Aid
Station, BCCF.
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 Iraqi Police _
personnel.
Report Prepared By: Report Approved By:
7C-/
661 bee/
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Special Agent in Charge
Distribution:

1-DIR, USACRC, 6010, 6th Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 (original)1-Thru: CDR, 22nd MP BN (CID), APO AE 09342Thru: CDR, 3rd MP Group (CID) To: CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
1-USACIDC, ATTN: Ms.
(email only) la& 3
1-PMO, MNF-I (e-mail only)
1-CID LNO, MNF-I., APO AE 09335 (e-mail only)
1-Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Ill Corps, ATTN: CPTIIIM (email only)

1-File igt, 3
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 5 May 04, the 3
Military Police (MP) Battalion (BN)
Operations, Baghdad Cot, u - „. Ifieril
-t cility (BCCF), Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq (AGI), notifiedthis office that Detainee
National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS)
is MUIR reported that US So V .Mad a used him during his capture.
.. .. :We:P.
About 1100, 5 May 04, SA
ith the assistance of Interpreter.
office, interviewed Detainee

in reference to the alleged abuse. SI was captured about 15 Apr i-
e Iraqi Police. He said he was hit in the dad with a pistol
several times. He said he was then transferred to US Military custody. He stated he received
medical attention and medicine from a US Medical doctor for the injuries to his head. He was then
transferred to somewhere in Tikrit, Iraq. He said the first nightillftlothing was cut from his body
while still flex cuffed and blind folded. He said people who were speaking English were standing on

his back. He was then beat with a cable on the shoulders and with a stick in the ribs. He said he
was kicked in the head. He said the English speaking guards would pour the medicine from the
capsules on the floor preventing him from taking the medicine provided by the doctor. He said in
the days to follow he was interrogated and the translator would kick and punch him in the face and
head. He said he was beaten on the bottom of his feet with a plastic stick.

ecalled seeing
a translator in a US uniform and an English-speaking male in blue jeans throu§ti t e lindfold during
his beatings. He stated he was kept in a small box, which forced him to stay on his knees. He said
the guards would keep him awake all night.

rther stated he was bound with flex cuffs the
entire time until four days prior to being brougg i
Rk. OM stated since arriving at BCCF,
he has been treated well.

7riciwail-
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About 1300, 5 May 04, SA
exposed photographs of the alleged injuries using a Fujifilm
Digital camera. (See Photos)

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bloF
C Jab
About 1315, 5 May 04, SAIIIIMPobserve LT (DR.
391st
MP BN, AGI, perform a physical exam of 1L
Stated the injuries were
approximately 15 days old and consistent with blunt trauma. He stated the injury to the rib area was
consistent with blunt trauma from a long tubular object. He stated there was dried blood in the left
ear, which would be consistent with some tyke of head trauma. (See Medical Documents)

741
About 0900, 6 May 04, the CW2
, Special Agent in Charge of the 286th MP
Detachment (CID), Tikrit, Iraq was briefed on the details of this incident and that it occurred in his

area of operation.
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TYPE AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
SA 764 iati7 PRISONER INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT)(CID)
Baghdad Correctional Confinement Facility, Abu Ghruyeb 093 4 2
SIGNATURE lbC6:;/ DATE EXHIBIT
6 May 04

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PHOTOGRAPHIC PACKET 0147-04-C111259-80210
1.
Photograph depicting view of road to the west of guard shack.

2.
Photograph depicting full body view of M

3.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

4.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

5.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

6.
Photograph depicting view of M

7.
Photograph depicting view of M

8.
Photograph depicting view of M

9.
Photograph depicting view of M

10.
Photograph depicting view of M

11.
Photograph depicting view of M

12.
Photograph depicting view of M

13.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

14.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

15.
Photograph depicting view of M

16.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

17.
Photograph depicting view of M

18.
Photograph depicting view of Mr

19.
Photograph depicting view of M

20.
Photograph depicting view of M

knees with scale.
knees without scale. eft shoulder With scale. eft shoulder without scale. eft wrist with scale. eft wrist without scale. left wrist with scale. left wrist with scale. right shoulder with scale. right shoulder without scale.
ght midsection. right midsection with scale. right wrist with scale. right wrist without scale. right wrist with scale.
right wrist without scale. ead with scale.
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Referred to:
U.S. ARMY MEDICAL C MMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/ P VACY ACT OFFICE
TTENTION: MCFP 2050 WORTH RS SUITE 13
,
F T SAM HOUSTON, TEXAS 78234-6013
M.HN PETE"' SON Jo Petersonl@cen. amedd.army.mil
(210) 221-7826
0147-04-C1D259­
80210
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
ROI NUMBER
CID Regulation 195-1 0234-04-CID056
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 1200, 9 Jun 04, this office received a Request for Assistance (RFA) from the
Military Police (MP) Detachment (Det) (CID) (FWD), 3' d MP Group (CID), B 78th ghdad Iraq,
that this office coordinate with Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 065, a, APO A requesting
C Compan y (Co), 2 E 09342,
rMSpecial Forces Group (SFG), Fort Carson, CO 80913 (FCC), and obtaini_ nd Battalion (Bn), 10 th
galt :re.
&Li, received by a detainee while ugder US M ilitary control in Tikrit Iraq. Mr miumniiimopo pertainin :to_allegations f abuse
ig 7 National DetaineeReporting System (NDRS) iiimoreported that he was physically abuied Whiliunder US`Willitary control. Mr
reported that he was blindfolded during the abuse, but was able to see an unidentified (U/I) male translator
wearing US Army
uniform and a U/I English-speaking male wearing civilian clothing while he was abuse

requested that this office locate, fully identify , . „, ... .
and interview d. The RFA
G, FCC, pertaining to the injuries received by Mr111010 prior& , ODA 065, C Co, 2"'d Bn, 1 oth_76
and &Al S tary control. Additionally, the
---- RFA requested that this office obtain any ODA 065 records pertaining to Mr
-_--- duty between 15-24 Apr 04, and conduct canvass determine what guards were on
'n "views of the guards This 7Ci
About 1425, 9 Jun 04, Special MIL(K3 officet 000rdingted with,MAJ d Investigative Assistant (IA)brhinander, C Co, 2nd Bn, 10th SFG FCC, an both li, First Se eant, C CO, 2' Bn,.. this -r-c;
related that SFC
and CPT le PEQ, FCC, and briefed them on this investigation: AJ kkz3
, Bn, fotiiSFG, FCC, were not aVa)lable to be interviewed but efforts had been made to
, Commander, ODA 065, C Co, 2nd
related that it MS unlikely that any records pertaining to Mr t

contact hem. MAJO110
11111111
personnel would ngy were. were b
i
alurrought back from Iraq, but that ODA 065
About 1441, SA
terviewed CPT_
FCC on a classi ie a who reJateci_that detainee records may have been brought back to
CP rive, and that the unit that relieved ODA 065 Tikrit, Iraq, would have the detainee

attempted to locate the hard drive without success. CPT...elated tha
records. -7C-
ODA 065, C Co, 2nd Bn, 10th SFG, FCC, or SFC.01/.11
t MSG
0(9
related that the Peshmerga (Kurdish soldiers) were may know the hard drive's location. CP
not have any Pershmerga responsible for security in Iraq. CPT11.111rel

guard rs. t d
his unit did
I&
About 1720, 9 Jun 04, . ICAO ek
. rviewed SFC•a
knowledge of Mr , .lirsvi wh a sworn statement detailing his
unes. SFC4111111111.111related that the only Injuries MI
the custody of ODA 065 were self-inflictedself-inflicted (see Sworn Statement of while he
related that 1st SFC41111/01101for details).
SFC.111111111/6 r--4 4
Infantry Division (ID) soldiers guarded the temporary detainment faCility during the period of 15
04, but his unit did not maint e 1 st ID guard rosters. . pr
At 2049, 9 Jun 04 SA
pertaining Mr . Ilected as evidence two classified computer disks containing electronic records

. tom SPC01111111: (see DA Form 4137 ,
SFC Evidence/Property Custody Document, for details.
e that he wrote the two interrogation reports pertaining to MrF )
had copies of eight Spot Reports pertaining to.yr,. ellan. He also related he
hat ec
, .,, but the Spot Reports were Cliasified for a specialthe name of which was also classified. SFC
t t,
related that the Spot Reports were from 2003 and the Julian
dates and Spot Report numbers were 276-1, 276=4203-1, 320-02, 352-1, 358-4, 360-01, and 361-01. SFC p
related that the Spot Reports were used to capture Milaillipand did not prtain to his ainm

i e
further related that the Spot Reports were also kept on file at the Combined J det SFC
Arabian Peninsula, located at the Ba hdad International Airport. pint Speci al O p eratio nt.

ns Task Force —
17/' 7cab'bis
About 0815, 10 Jun 04, SA le-a-hip

nterviewed SFC
10th SFG, FCC, who rendered a-siKitim statement relating that he treated Mr Medic, ODA 065, C Co, 2nd Bn,

TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER hile he was detained by ODA
ORGANIZATION

IC/
481h MP Det (CID) (CASE)8th MP Grp (CID), USACIDCSIGNATUR Fort Carson, CO 80913
DATE
by EXHIBIT
10 Jun 04
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085, and that ltriagal
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physical health improved while ODA 065 detained him (see Sworn Statement of SFC
jot or details). About 1000, 10 Jun 04, SAMnteMewecj MSG
Co, 2nd Bn, 10th SFG, F , Team Semeant, ODA 065, C
CC, MO rbrdered a sworn
staterrien"relitiOnhAtthe Only !Nudes Mrallillilbreceived while in
ODA 065 custody were self-sustained (see Sworn Statement of MSG Mor etails).M7pyelage.

About 1215, 10 Jun 04, SAMnterviewed SSG •.
L.
ODA 065, C Human Intelligence
Co, 2 'Bn, 10 SFG, FCC
, who rendeiva
received while rifating that tile p .iojuries Mr
in ODA 065 custody were
4411 self-sustained (see SM
_worn Statement of SSG
detalls).MLAST ITEM/Il Mfor
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEPUE
CE NUMBER
ORGANIZATION
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48th MP Det (CID) (CASE)
DODDOACID-005023
6th MP Grp (CID), USACIDC
S
Fort Carson, CO 80913
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SWORN STATEMENT 0234-04-C1DOS6 magi
0234-0 4
cz,z6 _alma
FILE NUMBER :
0234-04-CID056 -
LOCATION : Fort Carso
DATE

NAME ,66# TIME: Z t7 : o6 dal 7eds,4610 V
SSAN
41;e0t, Grade/Status: E-7/AD

ORG/ADDRESS : ,61i4 5, t Co, 2nd Bn, 10th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, CO 80913
, ANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWIN OATH: My detachment, ODA 065 obtained custody of detainee NT UNDER . ., ... from 1" InfantrY,
Division 0/A 8-10 April 2004. My detachment did not witness thritelerition of : , ..
he was first taken into custody by the Iraqi National Police (INP) offic

Infantry Division gained custod • Iraq. .nThe l
o from the INP prior to
to ODA 065. Statements by 1" I' • • •.. eing transferred chain of command revealed that 1:1, 1,vision and a conversation between the detachment
ad sustained injurievialipds and head and some
upper torso bruising while in custody of the INP. 111111.1111was extrlly hostile
detainment until approximately 24-36 hours after my detachment took em

custody. H through
e further his
caused injury to himself by banging his head against a wall and trying to break his had cuffs.
When my detachment gained custody oche was given a physical inspection which

conducted by the detachment medic t was
have. The inspection revealed that r any injuries or medical conditions that he might
ead had several lacerations on top and

contained approximately 30-35 staples to hold th

and had someons together. His hands were swollen
–broising and small scraping from .
ii . . trying to break out of his h
g' also had some bruising to his upper torso that was noted by the detachmentand cuffs.
bO'
medic.
s-r ...,. was treated for his hands and wrists by the detachment medic and was given bandages for his wrists once he became calm. While in detachment custody the lacerations on bandages 7r7abh head were treated every day by the detachment medic and healed sufficiently to remove the
staples prior
to transportinglitarbo Bahgdad. I am not aware of any other injuries that

.
may have sustained prior to or following his detainement time while in detachmen
custody. 111111..Pwas wanted by Coalition forces for the murder of a U.S. citizen t

, 2 U..
servicemembers, an Iraqi National, and wounding two USSF personnel. The informatio S
n in this

statement was provided to the authorities at Abu Ghreib prison in Bahgdad Iraq during the
prisoner transfer from detachment custody to the PMO at Abu Ghreib. Also the statements from
the 1" Infantry division and all administrative detainee documents where given to the receiving

party at the time of transfer. Separately a classified packed containe
ors on n the summary Interrogation

were handed to the receiving party at time _r.
: SA idthe / as wel1.111111, 7P-7666 (C
A: SFC
. 76-.e.49s4
Q: Where was your unit when 011111///awas
A: In Bayji, Iraq. taken into custody by US Forces?
-2/9 r-kbd,
Q: What does INP stand for?
A: Iraqi National Police -76446764Z-M DODDOACID-005024
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F---.....f"Statement of -.234 .1E04 ­
111111111111111m. taken on 9
Case No .
0234-04-CID056
June 04, at Fort Carson, CO
How many statements pertaining to , continued:"
A: Two.
injuries did the 1 4 Infantry Division write?
Q: Who wrote
.the Infan
on statements?
A: MAT
d CPT.
Alb 3
Q: How 144 "eird ODA 065 write?
A: Two.
Q: Who wrote the ODA 065 statements?
A: Myself and
SSG 111.11.114 I believe. It was eitheralanillas
Q: Who is .
A: SSG
Id, la0
Q: Who is.
A: MS
Q: Where are these statements now?
A: In Baghdad, at Abu Ghreib prison.
Q: How soon after ODA 065 assumed custody of itX&I
conducted?
fIllMia was a medical inspection
A: I'd say within the first hour. Its one of the first things we do by SOP, especially when we
have a detainee who already has injuries. Its one of the first things we check out.

Q: What did the bruises on MINIMIMis torso look like?
A: Normal bruises. Bluing to purplish. Circle in diameter. Normal bruises you would see on a
body.
Q: How large were they?
A: I'd say 3-6 inches in diamor7ekt,
Q: Where on MrallIns torso were the bruises?
A: On the back side of his torso near the ribcage area.
Q: How many head lacerations did Mralve?
lippha
A: I'd say three. I didn't look at his really detailed,
but I obse
Q: How large were they? rued three.
A: Two were approximately 4-6 inches. Then there was one that went side to side, I'd say about
10 inches long.
7f7.frx,4e-
Q: How did Mrilalareceive the lacerations and bruises?
A: From the INP, to the best of my knowledge.
Q: Who told you this?
40.-. A: It was in the statements from the 1 4 Infantry Division. In a conversation I had with MAI
maand CPT MNthey said that
3 received the injuries while to trying they talked to the INP commander, who said the he
esca adpe capture. CPT 1111/1e the one who took him to theaid station and had the staples put in his he.
rC
Q: How long was Mr in ODA 0.
5's custody?
A: Approximately six days. 7r76‘
2441:
Q: Did Mr./1/0 nreceive
custody? 7Flebbei: any other injuries other than self-inflicted ones while in ODA 065's

A: No.
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DODDOACID-005025
Q: Who guarded Mr IOW while he was in ODA 065's custody?
A: 14 Infantry Division personnel, as well as detachment members sometime
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w fv m........taken on 9 June 04, at Fort Carson, CO, continued: .

0:D
ould detachment members guard Mr "
.
, ,.„. . It 74,4
A: To relieve the 1" Infantry guards for meal breaks Lind latrine II-
Q: Did ODA 065 have a guard detail for Mr breaks. But it was very sporadic.
A: No. illMill ,r 7e, ,64 fe
Q: How long would detachment members relieve 1" Infantry guards for breaks and
A: At the most, 30 minutes.
meals?
Q: How was it determined when l" Infantry guards would be relieved by detachment mem
bers?
A: They'd call on the radio and say Hey, I need you to come out here so I can take a break and
use the latrine. It was relayed through radio comms.
Q: Did all detachment members have radios?
A: No, it was at the operations center. The detachment member duty would moni
radio.
for the
Q: If a guard needed to be relieved, the duty detachment member wo
, . 7._ him?
uld be the one to relieve
A: First he would contact the sergeant of the guard. If the sergeant of the guard could
relieve him, he would contact the ODA member. not
Q: Was there a duty ODA member roster?
A: Yes.
Q: Do you have a copy of the roster for the period of 8-24 Apr 04?
A: I do not.
Q: Does anyone in your unit?
A: The detachment team sergeant was responsible for that so if anyone has it, he has it.
Q: Who has a copy of the le
t
Infantry guard roster for the period of 8-24 Apr 04?
A: That would be the squad leader of the l' Infantry Division squad that was responsible for the
guard duty at that time. . .

Q: Which squad was responsible for security at that time?
A: Couldn't tell you.
Q: Did 1" Infantry pull guard during interrogations?
A: No.
Q: Who did?
A: Detachment members, and only when needed.
Q: Are there records of who was present, to include guards, during interrogations?
A: Yes.
Q: Where are they?
A: In Tikrit, as well as being handed
in the packets that went to the prison transfer at Abu

Ghreib. A lot of times what happens over there, they lose packets left and right, so we
electronic copies of every
maintained
ry detainee packet we submit. So if they lose a packet, at least we can
give them electronic copies.
Q: Did the Peshmerga ever guard Mr flaissin
A: No, not that I'm aware of. 7c.!...56 (X-
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Q: What was ODA 065's response when Mr wy
A: 'as being cmive?
We'd restrain him. We'd put him back in his flex cuffs or handcuffs
a a.
nd sit him on the
Q: You wrote in your narrative that he was extremely hostile for 24-36 hours after being floor.
into custody. What did you mean?
a
tken
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IPA: He was banging his head against the wall. Cursing, yelling. Trying to escape, basicall.
was very angry. He'd spit, through his food, things like that. y He

Q: After the 24-36 hour period you mentioned, did he ever exhibit this beha
your custody?
vior again while in
A: No. If it was, it was limited. It was an isolated incident.
Q: Do you recall any of those incidents?
A: No. 749CZA$ 41-
Q: Did Mr IM. cause any new injuries to himself while in your custody?
A: He re-injured his head. He re-injured his wrists. He caused the staples, the lacerations to
continue to bleed. He caused more swelling and scraping of.his skin while rubbing his wrists on

the flex cuffs.
zeg,
Q: How often was Mr treated
A: Daily. for his injuries while in ODA 065 custody?
Q: What kind of treatment did he receive?
A: Bandaging to his wrists. He received ice for his swollen hands. Same with the stales in h
head. They were cleaned everyday.
p is
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Q: How many times was Mr
nterviewed by detachment members?
A: Twice. Two successful, two unsuccessful. So probably four. Two he wouldn't speak.
Q: When were these interviews?
A: If we gained custody on the 8 81
everyday. The 9', the first interview was conducted on the 9th. Subsequently,

1' and the 10th
spoke with us. would be the unsuccessful ones, and the last two he successfully
Q: Are there reports on both the successful and unsuccessful interviews?
A: No, just the successful.
Q: Do you know who was present at the unsuccessful interviews?
A: It would have been myself and SSG
either myself, SSG 411111... or MSG-All the interviews were conducted with

7ce.,,b6
Q: Was he ever blindfolded while being interviewed?
A: No.
Q: Was he ever blindfolded?
A: Yes.
Q: When?
A: During transportation.
Q: Why?
A: Security for the detachment compound, as well as Task Force 1-60 aircraft.
Q: Did you type the narrative portion of this statement?
A: Yes.
Q: Did you lie on any portion of this statement?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything to add to this statement?
A: No.///End of Statement///
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taken on 9 June 04, at Fort Carson, CO, continued:"
AFFIDAVIT
.7e
HAVE OR HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON PAGE 1
AND-
EistiS ON Pert 5. I FULLY UNDERSTOOD THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE
BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS 'ME. 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, WITHOUT
COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDU

.
2644610 4,_
nature ofeersonliabig:SiatentoN)
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law
to administer oaths, this day of June, 2004, at Fort Carson.
CO.
P ¦N4 Te,,,/ / •
ORGANIZATION AND ADDRESS
gnature ofTersaaftalninirierieig 0
S eclat A ent
(Typeineame egrPe
-Article 136. UCMJ
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SWORN STATEMENT
0234-04-00056
FILE NUMBER : 0234-04-CID056 PM LOCATION : Fort Carson, . co
DATE x, 5z-
• bi TIME: RP,/
NAME .
SSAN
Grade/Status: E-7/AD

ORG/ADDRESS :
0 i A 065, C Co, 2nd Bn, 10" Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, CO 80913
WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:liDuring t e mont of A pril, while working in Tikrit Iraq, a d
by the name of01111. was 3'f4
brought to our compound. 4111111111111ad been apprehended in the ei 7e )6
of Tikrit by the INF' and
was later given to the coalition for reasons I do not know. Oncedillft was at our compound,
-.66
as the team medic was informed that he had several staples in his head, and his wrists looked like I 7, 4*11-they had been wearing against the flex cuffs. Do to other operations I was not able to care for
him on a routine basis. On my first visit to see ems condition I noticed that he had several 744.654staples across the top of his head, and a few behind his right ear. There were friction burns on his wrists from rubbing against the flex cuffs, and his hands were swollen as a result. I told the team sergeant that we needed to get his hands elevated to reduce the swelling and also keep an eye on his head to make sure that infection didn't set in. I later found out that the staples had been put in
at the 1186
aid station, from whom I got a staple remover for the removal of the staples. It was
my concern that, the staples may become impacted, do to the amount of hair that was in and
under the staples. About once a day I would get a chance to take food and water in tollams

at 7/::-
which time I would look at his head and wrists. After a day or two his hands returned backir

normal and his wrist began to heal. After about four to five days I had to cut his hair in order to
find all the staples to remove them. At that time I removed aprox. 18 staples from his head. I

believe thatWilk
was at our com ound for about a week when he was transported to the
confinement facility in Bahgdad.
SA /e../64,

A: SFC
7cibi
Q: What is ast name?
A: I don't know. That wasn't my area of emphasis. •
Q: How long hadbeen at the ODA 065 compound before you examined him?
A: We got back in the morning from Baji. I know I went to sleep. Probably, I would say the
next day, but less than 24 hours.
Q: During the course of your daily examinations, did you ever notice any new injuries or
while in ODA 065 custody? allip 7/7--7e
A: Not new injuries, no.
Q: Did you notice any new trauma to previously sustained wounds?
A: No. That
was my fear, that when I took the old staples out, that the head wound may reopen.
But it never did. It healed up well. There was no infection or anything like that on him.

Q: Were iv
eellei
ever present whilwas interrogated by ODA 065 members?
A: No -
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i14cA2 , "Statement ofill..111111113ken on 10 June 04, at Fort Carson, CO, continued:"
Would you say with regards to .. "juries, was his medical condition better after beingin ODA 065 custody? 7c.
A: Oh yes. His staples were removed and his wrists had scabbed over. They were dry wounds,
not wet wounds.
Q: Who pulled guard on the detainees in Apr 04?
A: I'm not sure. I'm not even going to try and guess out of fear of being wrong.
Q: Was it ODA 065 members?
A: No.
Q: Other than what you wrote in your narrative, how else did you medically treat
A: There wasn't a need to treat him any other way than what I had already done. Just
- observations of the wounds he already had, so they didn't become infected. And make sure his
condition didn't deteriorate.

.0%
Q: Did you type the narrative portion of this statement?
A: Yes I did.
Q: Did you lie on any portion of this statement?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything to add to this statement?
A: No.///End of Statement/4M
4/4
AFFIDAVIT
I, Iligrairing,
HAVE OR HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON PAGE 1
AND ENDS ON PAGE 2. I FULLY UNDERSTOOD 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, WITHOUT
COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.


7egbe, 14
IAN
WITN
. • meant)
.b49(
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law
to admi th day of June, 2004, at Fort Carson,
1,4
CO.
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(*nature eFelsonfidneinisteriag Oat
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7601
(ITypetarante offersorifiirniinirttring at t
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utfiority taAdministerOatfi)
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0 2 3 4- 0 4- 010056 41-01 All
FILE NUMBER : 0234-04-C1D056
LOCATION
: Fort Carson,.,
: 10

DATE .X„S, /4 TIME: 2-/YURI
NAME
SSAN
C4
Grade/Status: E-8/AD
ORG/ADDRESS : 0 A
Co, 2 Bn, 10th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, CO 80913

WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER
OATH: ODA 065's number one target wasdell........ftwas responsible

as sponsibl for
attacking members of the American Special Forces in August of 20
apprehended in
September 03 by Coalition forces. Min was in the system when his paperwork (detention
packet) was lost. The Coalition forces not having his detention packet and not knowing w
was, released him. ODA 065 was informed while the ODA was involved in an operation inho he

in April 2004 that Bayji
as captured by the 1-18 th IN of l d ID. The ODA
returned back to Tikrit the next day. Another ODA member and myself went to see the S-3 and
the .S-2 of the 1-18 th IN to find out the circumstances ofallirapture. We

were inforM th at
the Iraqi police had captured NW his aunt's house in Tikrit. The Iraqi police called the ed
1-18th
IN and informed them they hadallitin custody and that they could come and pick him up. The
1-1 8th
IN sent the S-2 and other members of the battalion to pick him up. The 1-18' IN arrived at
if the police station to retrieve
however he was still being questioned by the police and was
not ready for release...1a became combative with the police in front of the members of the 1-

18 th soldiers.
7c- was actively fighting up to sixpolice officers. A police officer came into the
room with his pistol drawn and proceeded to beat nwith it. At this point the I-18 th soldiers
were asked to step out of the room and wait in an outer room.1r/ minutes later and released to the 1-18th 1111111111was brought out several •
d. contingent. 4111111pwas bleeding from an injury to hishead. The 1-18 th soldiers transported allirto their first aid facility at FOB Danger. was
treated at this facility. alla
had several staples put in his scalp (more than 20) as well as some
stitches. 1111.1had bruises and cuts on his body in several places. His wrists had severe ligature

marks on them as well. ODA 065 took custody of
1111.11111Mimp
..
from the 1-18 th IN a day.
IN
or two after the 1-18 th had him in custody. The 1-18" tuned him over to the ODA bec
s
aue the
ODA possessed a substantial amount of information on the anti-coalition activities of ingli
ODA had been informed that he had already been fed several times that day while at the 1-18 thThe
holding facility. A member of ODA 065 and myself retrieved allarfrom the 1-18

th
facility after learning the details. of his capture from the S-2 of 1-8 th INAMerwas IN holding
and flexed cuffed prior to putting him in the ODA's pick-up truck. Immediately uponblindfoldedlin
being placed

in the back seat of the pick-up 41111111proceeded•-to beat-his head upon the door window and the
front seat. I moved him to the middle of the back seat so he could not cause himself injury. Upon
arriving at the ODA compoundalliniwas transferred to the holding facility.

was first
interviewed a short while later. Another member of ODA 065 and myself attempted to move
impto the interview room to begin questioning. 1111111became very combative at this time. He
began struggling with both members of the team. illnithrew himself up against the wall and
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IP: Who were the S-2 and S-3 you spoke with?
A: S-3 is MAJ. The S-2 is CPT...from the 1-18` 1'.
7dAti
Q: Was
ilindfolded during the interrogations?
A: Mine, yeah. If 'le of
Q: Why did you blindfold him?
A: For self-protection, for myself and my men. I knew he would be released right away, and I
didn't want them recognized and jeopardize their lives.

Q: How long was *WI ODA 065 custody?.
A: 2e494° 1,4
I don't know the exact time, but I think it was 11 days or more. 111111111111111111.1 would know
the exact date he was transferred.
Q: How many times was he interrogated?
A: An exact number, I don't have it, to be honest with you. I'd say five to seven times by me.
Some were long, some were twenty minutes. Others were like two and half hours.

Q: Did you type the narrative portion of this statement?
A: Yes.
Q: Did you lie on any portion of this statement?
A: No. Everything is true to the best of my knowledge.
Q: Do you have anything to add to this statement?
A: No.///End of Statement///
AFFIDAVIT
76 b/.1
HAVE OR HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON PAGE I
AND ENDS ON PAGE 3. I FULLY UNDERSTOOD 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, WITHOUT
COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.

WITNESSES:
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to a. • •
this 10th day of June, 2004, at Fort Carson,
ORGANIZATION AND ADDRESS satiny grsPersoall
SDecial Agent
I I I I
(rypettName ofTersan A daiitibterilw Oath)
Article 136. UCM.T
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SWORN STATEMENT
0234-04— CID056 tlNoloal
FILE NUMBER : 0234-04-CID056
LOCATION •
Fort Carson,,
Viable
DATE
TIME: 7 _r& 111111P7e,66
NAME
7-dite
S SAN
Grade/Status: E-6/AD
ORG/ADD SS :
‘.
ODA 065, c6o, 2" Bn, 10th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, CO 80913
WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH: Sometime in late April, the Iraqi National Police turned over 411.11/Mains tothe custody of 1' Infantry Division. ODA 065 assumed custodf
Y fr om I ID. ,
had significant head lacerations, rib bruising, and raw spots on
ws. I did not witness this,
but was informed that these injuries were inflicted by Colonel
o the Tikrit Police
Department. During the time that ODA 065 had .1111111/custody, the only wounds he received
were self-inflicted friction burns (flex cuffs) on his wrists.

. a
z.,34, r..a , I.it , receive any otherinjuries during the time that ODA 065 had him in custody.
the ODA medic examined
several times, including the time when he removed the stapimhead. IMP
ave .a clean bill of health (no infection, no other injuries). ,

111M
: SA .n7C,/ bte / 71. „mbik A: SSG."... le. &PitFIT Q: How long wasiiiimen ODA 065 custody?
i A: I think roughly 6-7 days.
Q: Did you conduct any interrogations on fian.
A: I interjected a few questions during an interrogation. I wasn't primary.
Q: How many interrogations were you present at?
A: Two.
Q: Who was with you?
A: 0111
Q: What is last name? 76 L6646. 41 .
A:
Q: Both times?
A: I don't know for sure. There were so many people and so many combinations of us in there,
sometimes it was two, sometimes it was three.
Q: Was it ever just you and an interpreter during an interrogation of
A: No. He was too combative. He was pissy all the time. I wasn't going to go in there.
Q: How many times was
interrogated?
A: Half a dozen. Probably 6-7 times.
Q: Who guarded the detainees during the month of April 04?
A: Peshmerga and 1 It ID. There was really no rule on who guards them. It was either Pesh, and
all Pesh, or 1 4 ID, and all 1 4 ID. If we were in a high security posture, Pesh would guard the

detainees while 1" ID pulled security on the roofs.
Q: Were you present when allawas taken into custody je.lab (1
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Carson, CO, continued:" ak: No.
Q: Did you type the narrative portion of this statement?
A: Yes.
Q: Did you lie on any portion of this statement?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything to.
Ilithis statement?
A: No.///End of Statement/
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AFFIDAVIT
I, 41110111.1111.11111111111%
VE OR HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON

PAGE 1 AND ENDS ON PAGE2r1 FULLY UNDERSTOOD 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, WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.

...,
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WITNESSES:
Otiptature °Oman Ataerw Statement
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law
to administer oaths, this 10th day of .Tune, 2004, at Fort Carson, CO.
ORGANIZATION AND ADDRESS .2e/ zet
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b
erypedgrame oftPemem efnindsternw Oaik)
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AGENTS INVESTIGATION REPORT ,011.7-04,-01,4169 CID REGVIATION 1954 .

BASIS FOR INVRESTIGATION: On •Jfin 04, thie Jq
o . e r v
from the 78th MilitaryPolice (MP) Delachin0' FA)
coordinate with the 1118th infantry (INF) Ba tidoc.1.
065 temporary hdiding facility to obtain all doc ..4,..holdin.

rtelning.to me. '.,..,
National Detainee. Re rting System Number
. to :inOlUde.
of reports.434M ,priedifeeredif'
rd*Fitioha • ......„,
.,i.requeS edto.locate,;fuliy.idehr ,and...in .
1/18th ' .,,,,,,..
,.F0tward:Qp0iatiOh:Bate.(FOB).:pan „OWi
injuries sstairie' 'by Mr ..
Eren hie releaSef,: '.Ftirbeeland dpterr fno..if,Mr.:
coritra :..
. was im:CP
trestle :M4' ..cOrsOV.deter
tr
rhirSethefirhe
asirt'hiS control; deterniine:Ihitiri
es.sustairi . ... ... ......
4 _...........„...._

0/111:161:139:111r; fa-Mier, t''' ...' '''''. '...
,4¦•• ••• •
as. released to. Ftirther, loOate, .fUlly..idelh. , and inte ew7SFC,
41.111.11111MC CO;'211.
,.. ­
‘ittrf: 'ecial Forces Group (SFG ),. pertaining to the InjUrieS
r YuStained prior to SFC B :Mr:
assuming. c ntrol of Mr: qm o
determine what ihjpriegik SuePfrom1118th
rtained while under ODA 065:COhtroLAisp,..ig
conduct arivaasintervie*.b,.•TerhPorenj Holding : e#4sle
F
TemPOrarY Holding FaCilitYd.perSOWFacility personnel :en Oak 065
were on guard betWeen 15-24 Apr 04,'perteihiri
knowledge of ase towardsb ' any
birF g
if
24Z*t3
About pp, 8 Jun 04, SA
interviewed CPT
Mr. 1:7.
who related on ,Ap,r,,04, when ,,
as transferred froirrtfie‘fraqi National Police (TVP) to his control, Mr:01.01.was
examined
A'
and it was noted he had sustained lacerationgon his head which required 21 staples.
7d .
Also, noted was bruising on various parts r.
• stick, and some sort of infection on his Pody, which ap eared-to be caused by a 7

buttocks. CPTIIIIIIIImlated Mr.'
Force 1/18th INF's contro was under Task
proximately $4.ci .
and Subeequently he wag
ODA 065. Further CPT., released to pers
felated Mr./ . onnel of
-
did not sustain any injuries was not Interrogated by personnel of his unit, he
065 at d kwrte.: el hat Mr ile in 1/18th INF'S custody, and all documentation was provided to ODA
for Mr. asjraigerred; however, there was no medical record generated

Also,, Oilfd"not identify who were the guards of the temporary holding
facility at the time Mr.
was in their custody, as there was no roster or personnel permanentlyassigned to the facility.
About 1545, 8 Jun 04, SA ,
coordinated with SGM
SGM, 1/18 th Command
INF BN, FOB DANGER,. IZ who related upon taking coritrolof Mr.'
1
rem the
'NP, he personally transported Mr....Ipto the Aid Station for examination. He related as a result
CYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE_NUMBER ORGANIZATION:
286th MP DET (CID), FOB Danger,APO AE 09392
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of the examination it was noted that Mr.
ustained.la«,
21 staples administered in the Aid Station. FUtther, Mr. Ions to the head, which required
s. ,especially around the rib'
ustained bruising in the body,
infected. Further, SGM and on his buttocks area he what appeared to be a cyst, which was holding facility, as is a elated it is impossible to identify who were the guards on the facility. mporary holding facility and there is no personnel assigned to the holding
le 3---1
Wei 471

About 2100, 11 Jun 04, SA ................._

ZAS30.-
, .r 1/18th INF; FOB Danger, iz, interviewed MAJ gingimig, Operation Officer, TF
rWhO related he was part of a four vehicle convoy that picked up Mr.
ak MOM He related Mr..1111.111appeared to have
4. transferred him to TF 1/18 th stained intafies to the ami......_
I-head before INP 7g.7eb‘si;
NF; however, he did not know the extend of Mr.
=Me was not present at the time of the medical . -th-­juries, as
on. He related he talked to ODA to share the
=Information pertaining to Mr.1111.101PFas he was a high priority and very dangerous target. He did
not have any other information pertaining to Mr.dillar.
7F-7C AMPS(
sis7,Z.,6ag.L..
About 1330, 14 Jun 04, SA
oordinated with CW3
A Co, 3rd Battalion (BN), o Sp
-ecial FOrces Group ammumpOperation Officer,.3 Operation
find any records pertaining to Mr...1111110), FOB Danger, IZ. He itlated he could not

, ,.., .
Further, he elated all records to include interrogation
records, transfer records, and medical screening records are forwarded with the detainee.
About, 1430, 14 Jun 04, SA -Z,3.444, 3
interviewed Mr.
Interpreter, A Co, 3 rd BN, 5th
SFG, FOB-Danger, IZ, who related he never hit or witness anyone from

the Special Forces team hitting a detainee while in their custody.
About 1330, 17 Jun 04, SA _,. . . .,i
_, , ,,
nterviewed 1LT
Assistant (PA), TF 1/18 th INF, FOB Dianger, IZ, sometime in Apr 04, Mr. hysician

aid station to be examined. He related he washed Mr was brought to the 74( er view and determine what type of injuries Mr. ead with clean water to have a related he had to cut and shave some areas of Mr. had sustained. 1LT 7e../06_3elated Mr. lump air to treat his Injurie s. stap sustained lacerations on his head which re tared numerous
s; however, he could not remember how many staples.
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 0900, 3 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum
Transmittal (MOT) 0024-04-CM789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT of
Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BC ), 75th
APO AE 09342, regarding allegations of abused directed against Mr.
National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS) Number /=-­
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unknown detention facility detained at an
ty in Tikrit, Iraq.
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briefed CPT
Chief of Crimina Law, Offic
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of the Staff Judge Advocate, Corps, Baghdad, IZ, on all aspects of this investigation. CPT
opined insufficient evidence was present to prove or dispIlave the allegations made by

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About 0900, 15 Jul 04• SA viewed the contents of the discs which were listed on DA
Form 4137, Evidence/Property Custody Document (ECD), Voucher Number (VO) 529-04. The review disclosed the documents contained on the disc were previously obtained and provided nonew information pertinent to this investigation.///LAST ENTRY///
SA ,dpe
Special Agent, 78 MP Detachment (Forward) (CID)
oz_ Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

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LACLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE kLY
DATE: 4 JUNE 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,--7137N-MILITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD)
MNC-1, CHIEF OF STAFF, DETAINEE OPS

PROVOST MARSHAL, MNC-1
LNO CID, MNC-1 (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

SUBJECT: CID REPORT

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INITIAL/SSI - 0147-04-CID259-80210-

/5C1R2/5Y2E/6X1

DRAFTER : SA
RELEASER: SAM1111116

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1.

DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1.
15 APRIL 2004/1720 - 21 APRIL 2004/2359 HRS;
UNKNOWN DETENTION FACILITY, TIKRIT, IZ

2.

DATE/TIME REPORTED: 3 JUN 2004, 0900 HRS

3.

INVESTIGATED BY: SA

4. SUBJECT:

1.

(UNKNOWN); (NFI); [AGGRAVATED

[CRUELTY AND ASSAULT]

MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

2.

(UNKNOWN); (NFI); [AGGRAVATED

[CRUELTY AND ASSAULT]

MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

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5. VICTIM:

• CIV; NDRS NUMBER

DATE OF CAPTURE: 17 APR 04; M; IZ
FI ; [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT]

[CONSPIRACY]

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.

UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
DODDOACID-005041

Li4CLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE. :NLY
ON 3 JUN 04, THIS OFFICE RECEIVED MEMORANDUM OF TRANSMITTAL
(MOT) 0024-04-CID789 FROM THE PRISONER INTERVIEW/
INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT), 75" MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT,

BAGHDAD CENTRAL CONFINEMENT FACILITY (BCCF), ABU GHRAIB,
IRAQ APO AE342 REGARDING ALLEGATIONS OF ABUSE DIRECTED
AGAINST MR :

WHILE HE WAS DETAINED AT AN UNKNOWN
DETENTION FACILITY IN TIKRIT, IRAQ.

-.PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED MR:

WAS CAPTURED
BY .THE IRAQI NATIONAL POLICE, TIKRIT, IZ, AND RELEASED TO

U.S. MILITARY CONTROL.

MR.WAS SUBSEQUENTLY PLACED

IN AN UNKNOWN CONFINEMENT FACILITY IN TIVAT, IZ. WHILE

DETAINED IN TIKRIT, IZ, MR:

WAS STRUCK ON HIS
SHOULDERS WITH AN UNKNOWN TYPE CABLE; WAS STRUCK ON THE

RIGHT SIDE OF HIS TORSO WITH A STICK; WAS STRUCK ON THE
SOLES OF HIS FEET WITH A PLASTIC-TYPE STICK; AND WAS KICKED
AND PUNCHED IN THE FACE. MRIIIIIII,TATED DURING THE ABUSE

HE WAS BLINDFOLDED, BUT HE WAS ABLE TO SEE AN UNIDENTIFIED
MALE TRANSLATOR IN U.S. MILITARY UNIFORM AND AN ENGLISH-
SPEAKING MALE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHING PRESENT DURING THE

ABUSE.
P7edh& 96
ON 5 MAY 04, MR:

DERWENT A MEDICAL SCREENINC, WHICH
DISCLOSED HE SUSTAINED INJURIES APPROXIMATELY 15 DAYS PRIOR
TO THE EXMAMINATION, WHICH WERE CONSISTENT WITH BLUNT FORCE
TRAUMA.

EFFORTS ARE ON GOING TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY, AND

INTERVIEW THE UNKNOWN SUBJECTS.

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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0147-04-C1D259-80210

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD)
3rd Military Police Group
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

8 Jun 04CIMPR-FR.
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 48th Military Police Detachment (CID) (CASE), Fort Riley CID Battalion, Fort Carson, CO 80913-5041
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0147-04-CID295-80210
1. On 3 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal (MOT) 0024-04-CID789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 1 Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghriab, Iraq APO AE 09342, regarding allegations of
abused directed against Mr . National Detainee Reporting System
(NDRS) Number.was detained at an unknown detention facility in Tikrit, Iraq.
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2. Preliminary investigation revealed M.as captured by the Iraqi National Police,
Tikrit, IZ, and released to U.S. military control. Mr.as subsequently placed in an
unknown confinement facility in Tikrit, IZ. While detained in Tikrit, IZ,.as 717ebbf"
struck on his shoulders with an unknown type cable; was struck on the right side of his torso with

a stick; was struck on the soles of his feet with a plastic-type stick; and was kicked and punched
in the face. Mr gmllPted during the abuse he was blindfolded, but he was able to see an
unidentified male translator in U.S. military uniform and an English-speaking male in civilian
clothing present during the abuse.

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3. On 5 May 04, Mr.nderwent a medical screening, which disclosed he sustained injuries approximately 15 days prior to the examination, which were consistent with blunt force trauma.
Special Agent in
4.
On 7 Jun 04, this office coordinated with SA.
Charge, 286 th Military Police Detachment (CID), FOB DANGER, Tikrit, Iraq APO AE 09392,
who stated Operational Detachment A (ODA) 065, C Company, 2 nd Battalion, 10th Special
Forces Group, redeployed to Fort Carson, CO.

5.
Request your office coordinated with ODA 065 and obtain any and all documentation, which

7114:# pertains to M.o include prisoner records, interrogation reports, and medical records, which may have been maintained from the unit's rotation to Iraq.
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SUBJECT: Request For Assistance 0147-04-CID259-80210

6. Further request your office locate, fully identify, and interview SFC
ODA..C Company, 2nd Battalion* ..ial Forces Group, regard,r

stained prior to SFC .. ing control of Mr 7F rifantry Battalion's temporary holding .Also determine what in)tiI es
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sustained while under ODA 065 control.
7.
Request your office determine what guards were on duty at the ODA 065 temporary holding
facility between 15 Apr and 24 Apr 04. Request canvass interviews be conducted of these
personnel to determine if they have witnessed abuse of detainees.

8.
Request your office conduct any additional investigative activity identified within your
office's AOR during the conduct of this RFA.

9.
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.

10.
Point of Contact for this request is SA . at DNVT: 302-550-.7(/b.47email ataftga)wood.armv.mil . Request email confirmation of receipt of this RFA.

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Initial Report.*/ CW2, MP

2.
AIR of S Special Agent-in-Charge

3.
Sworn Statement of CPT

4.
Sworn Statement of SFC

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Medical Screening of Mr 7F 7c b&

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD)
3 rd Military Police Group
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR 5 Jun 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 286 th Military Police Detachment (CM), FOB DANGER, Tikrit, Iraq APO AE 09392
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0147-04-CID295-80210
1. On 3 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal (MOT) 0024-04-CID789, from
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the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 1) Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghriab, Iraq APO AE 09342, regarding allegations of
rie got abused directed against Mr National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS) NumberMithile he was detained at an unknown detention facility in Tikrit, Iraq. Eibe 7F7 '/
2. Preliminary investigation revealed M as captured by the Iraqi National Police, Tikrit, IZ, and released to U.S. military control. M as subsequently placed in an 7;c7eA, r( unknown confinement facility in Tikrit, IZ. While detain in ikrit, IZ, was struck on his shoulders with an unknown type cable; was struck on the right side of his torso with a stick; was struck on . the soles of his feet with a plastic-type stick; and was kicked and punched in the face. Mrallintated during the abuse he was blindfolded, but he was able to see an unidentified male translator in U.S. military uniform and an English-speaking male in civilian clothing present during the abuse.
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3.
On 5 May 04, Mr . derwent a medical screening, which disclosed he sustained injuries approximately 15 days prior to the examination, which were consistent with blunt force trauma.

4.
Request your office coordinate with the 1-18 Infantry Battalion temporary holding facility and obtain any and all documentation, which pertains to Mr o include prisoner records, interrogation reports, and medical records.

5.
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6. Request you office locate, fully identify, and interview CPT
Task Force 1-18 Infantry, FOB Danger, regarding the injuries sustained by Mr "riciAS prior to his release to U.S. forces and determine if Mr as released to CPT control. If Mr as in CPT contro , etermine the time frame for CPT
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control of what injuries M ustained during that time frame; and who CP1111. release
7. Further request your office locate, fully identify, and interview SFC• ODA 05, C Company, 2 Battalion,„, .,ce,.S ectal Forces Group, regardi ... Y 'Einittiog
1r1 ustained prior to SFC assuming control of from 1-18 -try attalion's temporary holding fkility. Also determine what injuries IIIIIIIII.7F7eiasf
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9.
Request your office determine what guards were on duty at the ODA 065 temporary holding facility between 15 Apr AND 24 Apr 04. Request canvass interviews be conducted of these personnel to determine if they have witnessed abuse of detainees.

10.
Request your office conduct any additional investigative activity identified within your office's AOR during the conduct of this RFA.

11.
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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12. Point of Contact for this request is SA at DNVT: 550-111111Fr email at garwood.anny.mil . Request email confirmation of receipt of this RFA.
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Initial Report k tot

2.
AIR of SAME= Special Agent-in-Charge

3.
Sworn Statement of CPT

4.
Sworn Statement of SFC 7614i, 44

5.
Medical Screening of M eft

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT)(CIDXFWD) 75* Military Police Detachment (CID)(-XFWD) Baghdad Confinement Correctional Facility (BCCF) Abe Ghruyeb, Iraq APO AE 09342
6 May 04 CIRFR-PIT
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 286 th Military Police (MP) Detachment
(CID), Tilcrit, Iraq, APO AE 09392
SUBJECT: Memorandum of Transmittal (0024-04-CID7 89) 4-37?-761/4.
on (BN) Operations, BCCF, Abu
1. On 5 May 04, this office was notified by the 391g MP : ..i :
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fre-khil" eived his alleged injuries during his capture, whichinvestigation rave ed Detainee occurred in your area of responsi ' ity. 1F%kb
our preliminary investigative actions are documentectin the attached enclosures
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no knowledge of their whereabouts.
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410 also be advised that the ODA folks that were here during the time
frames of these alleged abuses have gone back to Fort Carson. The new
ODA came in during the May time frame.

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Tikriti. Iraq

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Subject: 1st Info for CAT I, (0147-04-C1D295-80210)MM
Sent: 6/10/2004 9:41 AM Importance: Normal
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Here is the 1st Info Report for your CAT 1 RFA. First interview has been
completed and the interview reports have been obtained; however, additional
leads have been developed and are being completed.

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Subject: RFA 147-04-CI D295-80210
Sent: 6/10/2004 12:29 AM Importance: Normal
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Our case number is 0234-04-C1D056. We obtained a sworn statement from SFC 41 40011,and obtained pertinent unit records (which are classified) on Mr MOS We developed a few more leads that we need to pursue, namely Olir
065 personnel who interviewed Mn111111111.and the ODA medic who treated him. 7f 7C 14
1st ID did the guard detail for the detainees, but there was an ODA member

on call for any incidents. Do you want us to ID and canvass the ODA members
who were on call from 15-24 Apr 04?
Here are the sworn statements and my draft AIR. Our official info report
will be sent tommorrow morning. We received your RFA at 1200 here, so
expect the first info report (and hopefully the final one) by then. We may
have several long interviews to conduct, so don't count on it. We couldn't
completely finish today because the unit is on recovery and NOBODY seems to
be available to be contacted. However, most everyone should be at the unit
tomorrow morning. The SFG personnel have been very cooperative in trying to
help us get this done. The only thing I can foresee delaying completion
within 24 hours is pursuing all leads thoroughly.

A1R 0234-04.doc Stmnt.doc
Let me know about those canvass interviews, and let me know if there's
anything else you need.

Special Agent, General Crimes Team
48th MP Det (CID)(CASE), 6th MP Grp (CID)
6525 Specker Ave, Bldg 1816
Fort Carson, CO 80913
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Sent: Wednesda JtOe 09, 200410:45 AM
To: '70 big/F CW2 MNC-I Special Agent to Chage
Subject: RE: Two CAT 1 RFA's (0147-04-CID259-80210 and 0149-04-CID259-80212)

we are still working your CAT I RFA'S and are still awaiting the
return of the Kurdish interpreter from leave. .He has been named I
believe in at least two of the CAT I's. What other type of update are
you going to need for your file? Just let me know.

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CW2 11111111101MMNINIMIS
Special Agent in Charge
286th MP DET (CID)
Ttkrit, Iraq

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Subject: RE: Two CAT 1 RFA's (0147-04-CID259-80210 and
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Tikrit, Iraq
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Subject: Two CAT 1 RFA's (0147-04-CID259-80210 and 0149-04-CID259-80212)

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