CID Report: 0147-2004-CID013-64389

Investigation initiated after Playboy Magazine published an article in May 2004, titled “Death and Dishonor,” alleging that soldiers of the 1/15th Infantry Battalion, 3d Brigade, 3d Infantry Division (Ft. Benning, GA), committed numerous war crimes. Soldiers quoted in the article alleged that soldiers assigned to the 1/15th Infantry Battalion had, among other things, raped Iraqi women while on patrol and while guarding a mall in Baghdad, shot an unarmed Iraqi while he was fleeing, hog-tied him and physically assaulted him, mistreated EPWs [enemy prisoners of war] while in custody; indiscriminately shot unarmed civilian women and children; and shot wounded Iraqi soldiers. The investigation determined that “there are indications that the allegation of abuse of an EPW while in custody could have occurred; however, there were no direct witnesses and the suspect is deceased. There was no credible information developed sufficient enough to substantiate the allegation”. The investigation was closed on or about July 26, 2004.

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-FOR-OFFIC—IAL-44SE-0114L—Y
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
U.S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
86th Military Police Detachment (CID)
3d MP Group, 7214 Gillespie Street, Fort Benning, Georgia 31905-378
26 Jul 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR: SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - FINAL (C)/SSI - 0147-2004-CED01-64389 -
6E1D1 / 5C1B / 5C1N / 5Y2B0 / 9G1 •
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 01 MAR 2003, 0001 - 12 JUL 2003, 0000; UNKNOWN LOCATIONS, IRAQ
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 15 APR 2004, 0900
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SUBJECT:
1. UNKNOWN SOLDIERS, ; 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
FORT BENNING, GA 31905; FC ; RAPE (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT
OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR) (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), VIOLATION OF
GENERAL ORDERS (RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) (NFI)
VICTIM:
1. UNKNOWN IRAQI FEMALE, ; CIV; RAPE (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) (NEI)
2. UNKNOWN IRAQI MALE, ; CIV; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT
EVIDENCE) (NEI)
3. UNKNOWN IRAQI CITIZENS, ; CIV; VILATION OF GENERAL ORDERS
(RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (INSUFFICIENT E
O
VIDENCE) (NEI)
4. UNKNOWN IRAQI SOLDIERS, ;AG GRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT
OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR) (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) (NFI)
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Attached as Exhibit 30 s Polygraph
Examination Report (DA Form 2802) - Th,s
exhibit will be destroyed not later than 90
days after the date of the report of investigation
(para 2-6h, AR 1-6). The original, to include
related polygraph records, is at the U S Army
Crime Records Center, USACIDC, 6010 6th
Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5585.
(t, Reproduction of this exhibit is prohibited.
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VhSilUALI.Vh S-UMMAKY:
This investigation was initiated subsequent to a review of the May 2004d
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article titled "Death and Dishonor", wherein soldiers assigned to th e 3r
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Benning, GA 31905, alleged soldiers of the 1/15th Infantry Bn, 3d Brigade, 3d Infain try
Division, Fort Benning, GA 31905, coMmitted numerous war crimes against Iraq Nationals
while deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; and subsequent a rGeAqu 3e1st9 f0 5
or
investigation from the Comander, 3d Infantry Division, Fort Bening,
.
Investigation established there was insufficient evidence to provemerous
or disprove the alle
unit
tions
occurred as written in the Playboy article. After conducting nu
interview of
3d Infantry Division, Fort Benning, GA,
personnel assigned to B Co, 1/15th Inf Bn, 3d Brigade,
it could not be determined if the alleged incidents actually occurvriecdti mors ould
did not occunro. t Soldiers
assigned to the unit denied the allegations, and the alleged potential
c be
identified, located or interviewed. Further, there were indications the author of the article did
not verify or validate the information collected prior to publishing the article.
STATUTES:
ARTICLE 92, UCMJ: FAILURE TO OBEY-ORMR OR-REGULATION
ARTICLE 120, UCMJ: RAPE
ARTICLE 128, UCMJ: ASSAULT
EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATIONS:
ATTACHED:
1. A-genf-s-Investigation_Rellort (AIR) of SAMINVIlt23
Apr 04, detailing the initiation
of this investigation; receipt of statements from CPT
and internes ,of speatimi- -
, SPC APTAMMIIP PFC 111111M1n. 11 figgratiand
SP
SPC IMer
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2. Article, "Death and Dishonor", written by Mr.410111 published in the May 2004 issue of
Playboy Magazine
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3. Unsworn Statements of SGTPC 1/011111111 and
SPC 15 Apr 04,
detailing their participation with the Playboy article.
4. Sworn Statement of SPC IMP
16 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
article. e,s1(167 •
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al111n19 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
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7. Sworn Statement of SGT101111.19 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
article.
8. Sworn Statement of PFC
21 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the
Playboy article.
9. Sworn Statement of SGTM/11/101M 22 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the
Playboy article.
10. Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SPC ORIONI, 23 Apr 04, detailing
his knowledge of the Playboy article and denying an Iraqi male was shot while trying to flee.
11. AIR of SA4446, 7 May 04, detailing the interviews of SPC
ocrq SP SGT ONM/ Mrs.4n1 1LTCnIMOSGT CPT -1,
.SPC .101101111 SSG _1SG OM= ibC
and SSG - b6-41
12. Sworn Statement of SPC 26 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the
PFd16n _ 111M-S_ S _GM/WPC
Playboy article.
_13. Sworn Statement of SPC41010, 26 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
article.
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15. Sworn Statement of SGT _ 28 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the
Playboy article - -
16. Sworn Statement of SGTOMInli 29 Apr 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
article. Oc-c-{
17. Sworn Statement of 1LT l 3 May 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
article.
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6. Sworn Statement of SPC
article.
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14. Rights Warning Certificate and Sworn Statement of SPC OMAR 27 Apr 04, detailing
his knowledge of the Playboy article and admitting he had sex with an Iraqi prostitute.
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4 May 04, detailing his laio:Wiedge of the Playboy
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18. Sworn Statement of SGT
article.
detailing his knowledge of the Playboy article.
19.
Rights Non-Wavier Certificate and Unsworn Statement of SSGOM 4 May 04,
20.
Sworn Statement of SbG7Tfr 4q5_ LMi-1a1y 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
article.
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21. AIR of SA
44th Military Police Detachment (CFD), Fort Lewis,
WA, 5 May 04, detailing the interview of SPC .!!!!!!!6-
411
22. Rights Wavier Certificate and Sworn Statement of SPCA 5 May 04, detailing his
knowledge of the Playboy article. mug bndi iliammor
23. AIR of SA
7th Military Police Detachment (CID), Fort
Bragg, NC, 12 May 04, detailing the interview ofSSG
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24. Rights Wavier and Sworn Statement of SSG
12 May 04, detailing his
knowledge of the Playboy article. b1C-11
25.
AIR of SA UMMIllt 15 Jun 04, detailing the interviews ofMr.MOM Mr.
61.11/11111, PV2 PFC 411101nNalli CPT SGT
and Mr.611111111. b7(711 WL(
26. Sworn Statement of Mr./WOW, 10 May 04, detailing his knowledge of the Playboy
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27. Rights Wavier Certificate of PFC./NNW 20 May 04.
OMINNIIIM 21 May 04, detailing his knowledge of the
28. Sworn Statement of CPT
Playboy article. b1C- 1i b(A
29. Rights Waiver Certificate of SGT ONNIIIIIIM 9 Jun 04.
30. Polygraph Report, 9 Jun 04, pertaining to SGT
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31.
AIR of SA111111111011111.110111111111 87th Military Police Detachment (CID), Fort
Bragg, NC, 16 Jun 04, detailing the interview of SFC
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article.
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32. Sworn Statement of SFC 01111111m, 16 Jun 04, detailing his knowledge Of the —
allegations in the Playboy article.
33.
AIR of SAMMIE. 16 Jul 04., detailing coordination's with SJA and Chain of
Command.
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NOT ATTACHED:
Retained in the files of the U.S. Army Crime Records Center, Fort Belvoir, VA:
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34. Polygraph Authorization (SGTOMMINO., 9 Jun 04
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35. Polygraph Examination Statement of Consent (SGT
, 9 Jun 04.
The originals of Exhibits 1 and 3 through 32 are attached to the USACRC copy of this report.
The original of Exhibit 2 is maintained in the files of Playboy Magazine, 680 North Lake Shore
Drive, Chicago, IL 60611.
STATUS: This is Final (C) report. This investigation was terminated mat ofur rther
dance w
ce of this
ith CID
195-1, Chapter 4-17 (6) in that the Special Agent in Charge determined
an
investigation would be of little or no value or leads remaining to be developed were not
significant
REMAINING LEADS: Full identification and interviews of alleged victims and interviews of
SGT IRMS, Ms 401111111101 ms
interviews
SPCOMMIE. and
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REF'ORTAPPROVED -BY
REPORT PREPARED BY
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DISTRIBUTION:
Dir, USACRC, Ft Belvoir, VA
Commander, 3rd MP Group, USACIDC (Operations), Fort Gillem, GA
CHIEF CRIMINAL LAW (SJA)
PMO, (MP Operations), FT BENNING, GA
SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 86TH MP DET (CID)
WPC, 86th MP Det
THRU: Cdr, Benning CID Bn, ATTN: Operations
THRU: Cdr, 3d MP GP (CID), ATTN: Operations
TaHQ-USACIDC, AT IN:
CDR, 3d Brigade, 3d Infantry Division
CDR, 1/15th Infantry, 3d Bde, 3d Infantry Division
PROVOST MARSHA, FT BENNING, GA
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Date: 23 Apr 04 Exhibit:
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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Special Agen by
Signature:
CID Form 94
86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
CID Regulation 195-1 PAGE 1 OF 3 PAGES
This investigation was initiated subsequent to review of a May 2004 Playboy Magazine article
titled "Death and D-ishorior', wherein soldiers-assigned-tothe-3-rd-htfantTy-Brgade,-Fort
Bening, GA 31905 aleged soldiers of the 1/15th Infantry Bn, 3rd Brigade, comited
numerous war crimes against Iraqi nationals while deployed in support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom; and subsequent a request for investigation by COI iC
Commander, 3rd Infaiin Brigade, Fort Benning, GA 31905.
A review of the magazine article written by Mr , reflected soldiers of the 3rd
Infantry Brigade alleged that while deployed to Iraq, several soldiers assigned to the 1/15th
Infantry Bn, 3rd Infantry Brigade, committed numerous war crimes against Iraqi local nationals
and soldiers. Soldiers who were quoted in the article alleged soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Brigade
committed the below-cited crimes:
Raped Iraqi female nationals while on patrol and while guarding a mall in Baghdad.
Shot an unarmed Iraqi national in the leg while he was fleeing, hog-tied him and threw him into
a Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) where several soldiers physically assaulted him while hogtied.
Assaulted several EPW's while in custody, and dug i- ide wounds ofEPWs while they were
incapacitated.
Committed Rules of Engagement (ROE) violations, by indiscriminately shooting unarmed
civilian vehicles while operated and occupied by local Iraqi civilian women and children.
Additionally, would "level everything in a four block radius" after other units had safely passed
through the area.
The articlealso alleged possible Geneva Convention violations, specifically, shooting wounded
Iraqi soldiers. Lastly, the article further alleged larceny violations and other misconduct
violations. (See Playboy article for details)
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Commander, B Co, 1/15th inf
About 1100, 16 Apr 04, CP
Bti, Fort Benning, GA, provided sta ements prepafed by
SGT d SPC 1 of B Co,
1/15th InflYn,PortBenning, GA which indicated they spoke to the Playboy reporter, but their
comments were taken out of context and not written in the article they way there were initially
stated. (See unsworn statements of SP - - G40111,an d SP or details)
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nth Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
Date: 23 Apr 04 Exhibit:
FICIAL USE ONLY J ‘; . 3
Special Agent
Signatur
CID Form 94
AGENT'S
CID Regulation 195-1
PAGE 2 OF 3 PAGES
About 1130, 16 Apr 04, SA terviewed SP
Co, In rnf Bn, Fort 13-eniung,GA, who provided a sworn s-t aTtehien that-Mr.
formerly SPC assigned to B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort Bennirig, A,
an currently incarcerated at Muscogee County Jail, Columbus, GA) informed him he had sex
with an Iraqi female. He didjuot know if she was raped or a prostitute and believed other
members of SPC quadalso had sex with the women. SPCA...Mated he did
not witness any mistreatment of EPW's or killing of innocent civilians while he was in Iraq. (See
statement for details)
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About 1500, 16 Apr 04, SA1111.11.0vised SPC
1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA of his rights which he invoked and request
non-wavier certificate for details)
About 1000, 19 Apr 04, SAS interviewed SPC , B
Co, 1/15 th Int Fort Benning, GA who provided a sworn statement pertaining o s comments in
the Playboy article. SPC stated he was informed the article would be about SPC
:(deceased, formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort
Benning, GA). SPC t„,..., ,
enied he was involved with or witnessed any of the incidents
mentionedin the artic e. tated the article implied he stated he saw a 'lea& k
"conversation circle" which h bombed, but in fact he Wildthe reporter he saw a
bunker with ashes, there we no bodies involved. SPC stated he did not shoot anyone
or witness anyone get killed while in Iraq. He further !Mid not witness the mistreatment
of any EPW's, and did not know of any soldiers having sex while deployed. (See statement for
details)
ler bef yei-,*(
About1330, 19 Apr 04, SAMIlikinterviewed SGT 00/111.11111/1111111111111111116
1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA who provided a sworn statement pertaining to his comments in
theTilayb-oy-articl-SGT-411.fictated hwm unaware of any mistreatment of EPW's or
raping of Iraqi women. sdAlipi6tated his comments to the reporter were taken out of
context and not printed the way he stated them. (See statement for det
iii alipi
_ AA bout A - 04,SA 'nterviewed PFC
iimptc,a0avri infi FortBennin&SA who stated he_ was not in SPAIIIIFsquad-. PFC
41.1M11 1ir rvided information about his experiences in Iraq.
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About 1036, 21 Apr 04, SA- 11111110 obtained a sworn statement from PFC
pertaining to his previous interview. (See statement for details)
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86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
3 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
lerned
Special Agent,
Signatur
CID Form 94
Date: 23 Apr 04 Exhibit:
AGENT'S 1NVESTI
PAGE 3 OF 3 PAGES
About 11 05, 21 Mar 04, SA
B Co, 1/15th-Inf Bn, F GA who felad Tiws SGT
ted SPC informed him that he had sex with a prostitute while in
tated SPC INIORbid himhe had abused an EPW and SGT
ed he observed cigarette bums SPC claimed to have made on the
ated they did kill women and children, but they were combatants,
hr L' firing u on theni or not turning away from a roadblock after warning shots. SGT
d they did not know at the time they were shooting women, as they were in
vehicles too far away, they discovered there were women and children in the car after the fact.
SGT
11111.ther stated they did shoot women who were taking weapons off of dead
soldiers atTig3F(:7v-iding them to combatants or firing upon them.
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About 1200, 22 Apr 04, SGT
rovided a sworn statement detailing what he
stated previously. (See statement for details) teh&
About 1600, 23 Apr 04, SA dvised SPC
co
Co,
1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA of his rights which he waived and provided a sworn statementr 7e4146e
denying he was involved with any type of EPW abuse while deployed. SPC
_ stated_h_e_did_speal
eporter but the article attributed information to him that he
did not provide. SPC 111111111rated they never shot an EPW in the leg and SPC vas
I
never on his Bradley to abuse any prisoners. (See rights waiver and statement for details)
///LAST ENTRY///
OD Regulation 195-1
interviewed SGT
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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND
7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD
MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE
FLORIDA 33621-5101
Master Sergeant Pamela. Andrews
andrewsp@centcom.smil.mil
(813) 827-5341/2830
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111-11 AVTEMENT OFillAIIIIIIIITAICEN AT BUILDING 108, FBGA, DATED
16 A r 04 C
Q: Did yousee the women 11111111Phad sex with?
A: No.
Q: How do you know that other members of his platoon had sex with these women?
A: He told me himself that members of his platoon had sex with the women and he was
with the younger of the two women.
Q: When did he tell you this?
A: When were in the last compound we stayed in while in Baghdad.
Q: Why did he tell you this?
A: I have no clue.
Q: Who was
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who specifically has sex with the women?
eryone in his team was there and most likely his squad. So if
sex with them, they at least knew about it.
squad leader?
Q: Was it common for soldiers to have sex with Iraqi women?
A: No, not that I know of, I know no.one in m platoon would have, for safety reasons.
, Q: Do you know anything about SGT d rostitutes?
A: I know he was trying to find some.
Q: How do you know that?
A: He told me.
Q: What did he say?
A: He had said for the past few days he had been trying to get prostitutes down there, but
none had shown up.
Q: How was he trying to get prostitutes?
A: I don't know.
Q: Where did this occur?
A: In a mall in Baghdad. I
Q: W-ho told ybi bused arrEPW1
A: It was a group of people talking about it, I overheard them talking, but I don't
remember who was there.
Q: Did they say they saw him abuse the EPW or heard about it?
A: I believe he said he saw it.
Q: Did you see a skull on a stick while at a technical college?
A: No.
Q: Were you at the technical college?
A: Yes.
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Q: Do you kno
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they didn't have
Q: Who was his
A: I don' t know.
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TATEMENT OF]IIIIIIIIMTAKEN AT BUILDING 108, FBGA, DATED
l6Apr 04 CONTINUED:
Q: Where you at the college when ialliftwas there?
A: No.
Q: Did you know of anyone firing at cars with women and children in them?
A: Yes, but the women were armed. There was a situation when a car of four women
was firing RPG's at us, and they were killed. Later another platoon came behind us and
there were children in the car as well. LT as investigated for the incident
and was cleared. I did not see it, it happened behind my vehicle, but I heard about.
Q: Were you ever instructed to clear the area ("a four block radius")?
A: the orders were given to shoot anything that moves, but it wasn't meant to be taken
literally. It was a pretty hot area and they meant to engage the enemy on our own. We
saw civilians and did not shoot them. Meaning if we saw enemy we didn't have to get
clearance to engage the target first.
Q: Did any other platoons shoot everyone they saw?
A: Third platoon shot a VW bug (car) that was empty and a dog that I heard of, but I
didn't see it.
Q: Did you ever see any EPW's get abused?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever o bleDi e,ani soldiers having sex?
A: No. itheC,
Q: Did you seellinFidividuals on his track shot a soldier/civilian in the leg?
A: No. If they were on another track you didn't really know what happened, and if they
were in a different platoon you really didn't know what they did unless they told you.
Q: Did you ever guard an area with numerous tractor-trailers with ammunition?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see any soldiers steal anything that did not belong to them?
A: No. 7VV 6' V
Q: Did you ever seed...with a jeweled box?
Q: Did you take any photos while you were in Iraq/Kuwait?
A: No.
Q: What was Ambush Alley?
A: That is what the press is calling the Midtown Massacre.
Q: Were you at that battle?
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A: No.
Q: If you fired upon a vehicle did you go back to check for any injured or just move on?
A: If we could go back, if there were no hostile forces, we would go and treat them. If
we could not go back and cheek, the units behind us would check.
Q: What was your unit doing at the mall wherillIMPad sex with the Iraqi
women?
A: We had a patrol set up to stop vandalism and looting.
Q: What was your unit doing at the technical college?
A: Preventing looting and vandalism as well.
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ATEMENT OF „ TAKEN AT BUILDING 108, FBGA, DATED
16 Apr 04 CONTINUED:
Q: Did you ever observe any criminal acts by soldiers while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement?
A: No. ///END OF STA MENT///
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A: Truck Commander_ lefibbs4
Q: Were you within.. Baghdad?
• : " o, we were m i e same wuipany, •u we weren in i same pla u u at that point-.
Q: Did you see any bodies in the bunkers that were mentioned in the article?
A: No.
Q: Were you at Ambush Alley or Midtown Massacre?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see anyone get shot during the war?
A: I did not shoot anybody and I did not see anyone get killed.
Q: Did you see any dead women or children?
A: No.
Q: When you would come into a town that had already been secured, did your element
check any vehicles for injured or EPW's?
A: No. I assumed it was done prior to us coming through. I was with the field trains and
we had supplies and were in soft skinned vehicles, we would follow behind the Bradley's
and Tanks.
Q: Did you ever see any EPW's get mistreated in y way?
A: No. 491/
Q: Where you at the technical college wher111111111egedly has a skull on a stick?
A: No. 761/64,c4
Q: In the article you statedillitanted to tell his father "war stories"; did he do
anything to enhance his experiences to tell his father?
A: No.
Q: Do you know of any soldiers having sex while deployed?
A: No — — -
Q: Were you ever given direction to "clear a 4-blcok radius" or kill everyone so as not to
take any EPW's?
A: No.
Q: Were you in an area that had 30 tractor-trailers?
A: No.
Q: Do you know of anyone stealing or looting?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever hear of soldiers raping Iraqi women?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything to add to diatement?
A: No. ///END OF STATEMENT//
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Q: In the article you mentioned you would clear a "four block radius" what does that
mean?
A: We would check the buildings inside and out, and check to see if there were any
-combatantsinside.
Q: Were you ever instructed to kill everyone in the area?
A: No.
Q: Did you see any non-combatants get killed?
A: We saw a lot of combatants killed, so it would be hard to say if any were noncombatants,
but I guess I did.
Q: Why do you say you guess you did?
A: When we would go through the dismount, we would see corpses but they would be in
uniform. I don't recall seeing anyone not in uniform, but I can't remember.
Q: Did you see anyone from your platoon or squad kill a non-combatant?
A: No.
Q: So you may have seen dead non-combatants, but not killed by your section?
A: Yes.
Q: Where was that at?
A: I can't really remember.
Q: Did you take any EPW's personally?
A: One personally, the rest were escorting them from other soldiers that captured them.
Q: Did you see an EPW with one arm injured severely?
A: Yes.
Q: Did you see anyone digging into his wounds or acting inappropriately towards him?
A: No, he was at the underpass. I dropped off my EPW and departed, that is the only time
I saw that guy.
Q,-What platoon were you in during the war?
A: Second Platoon.
Q: Did you or your squad ever fire at women and children?
A: No.
Q: Did you or your squad ever shoot everyone so as to not take EPW's?
A: No. 2304,444
Q: Did you see SPC111111.trempted to Mal a gold toilet?
A: No.
Q: What do you know about the gold toilet?
A: I heard him, I don't know if it was him alone or with his buddies, that he wanted to
take it, but he was told not to.
Q: Did you see SPC with a jeweled box?
A: Never. X-6011,4
Q: In the article you mention that B Co doesn't mess around, what did you mean by that
comment? le*be-/
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A: that we took everything serious about what we did, we took the enemy seriously and
we didn't mess around.
Q: What did you mean by B Co, had to clean up other unit's messes?
A: We always had to support other unit that got ambushed and got in trouble, we would
have to go and assist them to get out, or they would get and we would go in and secure
the died.
Q: Was it policy to go back and check the vehicle fired upon for any wounded or EPW's?
A: I wouldn't say it was policy, we just did it on our own.
Q: Did you ever just shoot them and leave?
A: No.
Q: Even if they were shooting at you?
A: If they were coming towards us we would shoot warning shots to get them to turn
around and about 90% of the time they did leave, but there were some that we would fire
several warning shots and they would keep coming at us, we had no choice but to fire
upon them. If we could we would go and check for wounded, but sometimes they would
be a ways off and the civilians would go and get them.
Q: Did you see any civilians or soldiers get hog-tied?
A: I have seen EPW's with their feet tied together, but not tied to their hands.
Q: Did you see anyone that was bound get beaten?
A: No.
Q: Did you see the individual in the article that was shot in the leg?
A: No.
Q: The article mentions body parts stuck to the Bradley, can you explain that?
A: I think the reporter was mixing up his battles. There was an incident, not in a city, that
a driver came past the Bradley's, someone over the radio asked if anyone was going to
shoot him, but it was too late. The Bradley's have to fire from 65m away for the 25mm
to arm, and this guy was close than that. They fired at him anyway, but it did not arm
—andivient fliIOughlie vehicle. Ike_ was a suicide bomber and ran straight into the Bradley,
which left a mess and there were pieces of him stuck to the Bradley, but that was not in
the city street.
Q: Did you take a picture of it?
A: No, but everyone had cameras. I don't recall who took a picture.
Q: Did any soldiers talk about having sex while in Iraq?
A: They talked about wantin to have sex all the time, but no one actually did have sex
over there. WA,
Q: Do you know of MINIIIIIIIaving sex while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Did they tell you about living sex while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Did you see a skull on a stick while at the Technical College?
A: No, I heard after the article came out that it was a fake skull, like the ones used in a
classroom or lab.
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Q: Do you know of anyone raping Iraqi women while in Iraq?
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Q: Do you know of anyone abusing EPW's while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Do you know of anyone shooting indiscriminately at cars of women and children
while in Iraq?
A: No, never.
Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement? LL ,c
A: No. ///END OF STATEMENT///
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Q: DOyoUlcnOW *hat type of information the older Iraqi was trying to give you?
A: I'm not sure.
Q: How old was the younger guy that head butted him?
A. I would say about 23-24.
Q: How old was the older Iraqi
A: Probably late 40's. ogiq
Q: Is it possible one of the bullets from SGT M. hit the younger Iraqi?
A: No he shot up in the air and about 2 seconds later they put him down on the ground
and put him in the track.
Q: Did they bind his feet in anyway?
A: No.
Q: Was_the younger Iraqi trying to run away?
A: He got startled when they shot in the air, he ducked down a little and then they got
him and zip tied him.
Q: How far away were you from this action?
A: Probably no more than 50 feet away.
Q: Was he bleedin g` ?
A: Not that I know of, I think he may have had blood from told -man on his face.
Q: Did you see anyone strike him at anytime?
A: No.
Q: Who's Bradley did they ut him in?
A: The track that has SG I think second squads track.
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Q: Did you seellillaround the younger Iraqi (that head butted the older guy)?
A: I think he was pulling security down the block.
Q: Did you ever observe anyone kill non-combatants?
A: No.
Q; Did you ever observe any women or children get shot at?
A: There was a van we shot at, but the occupants got out and ran away, they were not
injured, and one of the occupants was a female.
Q: Were you at Ambush Alley (Midtown Massacre)?
A: Yes.
Q: What was your role there?
A: Help load ammunition, and pull security on the top of the roof.
Q: Did you see an EPW with an injured arm or missing arm?
A: I didn't actually see him, but they told me about him.
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Q: What did they tell you about him?
A: They said cked hi-m. hb
Q: Who told you that
A: I'm not sure.
Q: What did the tell
A: That c ed him in the nuts.
Q: Did you ever see anyone loot or steal anything?
A: Some soldiers took some watches, but they were told to put them back.
Q: Did anyone ever tell you about having sex while deployed?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see any women with soldiers?
A: When we did patrols they would come up and talk to us, but that is it.
Q: Did you see any women while guarding the mall?
A: People would come to the gate; sometimes women would come up and try to sell us
sodas.
Q: Did you ever see any women inside the mall area?
A: No. W/219 14
Q: Did you seer anyone with a skull on a stick at the Technical College?
A: No.
Q: Did you see that anywhere—
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement?
A: No. MEND OF STATEMENT/// Ill/
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Q: Di d y-ou -act ually see and aving sex with the Iraqi
women?
A: No.
Q: Did they tell yow-direttly that theyhad sex with-the women? -
A: 1111111rd, but everyone in the platoon knew about it, they were the only guys
to get s-orne di- months.
Q: Do you know what occurred? 7e-4/4
A: As far as I know it was just intercourse. I really didn't like MEW° talk to him
much about it, he just told me they had sex.
Q: Do you know how much the paid for the sex?
A: I think it was around $25.00 or so.
Q: Did any of the Iraqi women offer you sex?
A: Oh yeah, all the time.
Q: Do you know if anyone else in your Company had sex with the Iraqi women?
A: No, I don't know.
Q: Do you know how many women were involved with this incident?
A: Not really, when the hookers showed up the came in groups, so I don't know how
many showed up that day. /aka'
Q: Did you see the plastic skull iad?
A: Oh yeah.
Q: Are you certain it was plastic?
A: It could have fiberglass, it definitely was not real. It didn't even look real.
Q: Did you ever see any women and children killed?
A: Yes.
Q: Describe the situation when this occurred?
M-If they were-e-ngaging us with-weapons-or picking weapons up off the battlefield, not
just to clean up, but to return them to combatants, it was obvious what they were doing.
There were women that would be cleaning up the area. They would take the weapons
and put them on the street corner, and would bury the people right there, they did not get
shot. There were other women who were coming just the take the weapon and run into a
building to give it to the combatants or would fire at us, they were killed.
Q: Did you shoot any women and children in cars?
A: Yes.
Q: Describe why you would shot the women and children in cars?
A: If they didn't respond to the signs, the presence of troops or warning shots. We fired
warning shots at everyone, they would speed up to come at us, and we would shot them.
You couldn't tell who was in the car from where we were, we found that out later. Most
to the vehicles had at least one man in the car. We didn't go through the cars digging
around for stuff, we would just look -in and you could see they were dead and could see
there were women inside.
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- Q: Did you see any EPW's shot in the leg?
A: No.
Q: Did you see any EPW hog tied and put in the back of the Bradley?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever put any prisoners in your gradiey?

k Yes, one time.- A man was running-from a group of people, it turned out he was in an
Iraqi Officer, we didn't take him as an EPW and eventually we sentUgjwi out of the
compound. The incident you read from the article never happened. vas on my
Bradley and- was not. . oyakotcti
Q: Did you see istreat the EPW's?
A: No. TAP-kip
_ Q: ,1 you directly what he did to the EPW's?
A: Yes. '71-V
Q: What exactly didell you he did to the EPW's?
A: The guy with the shot up arm, he stuck his finger in his wound, and put cigarettes out
on him, and I think he said he punched him a couple of time. The other guy, he only had
a shirt on, other than that he was butt naked, he punched him and stepped on his balls.
Q: Did tate why he mistreated the EPW's?
A: No, he thought it was funny.
Q: Did you ever see him mistreat any other EPW's?—
A: No, as far as I know he never had another opportunity.
Q: Did you see any injuries on the EPW's?
A: Other than the gun shot wounds. The one guy had cigarette burns on his face and I
think his neck.
Q: How many cigarette burns did you see?
A: I think there was two.
Q: How do you know they were cigarette burns?
A: Because I have been burned by a cigarette before and know what they look like and he
told me what he did.
Q: Did you ever ee anyone else mistreat EPW's?
A: No. 1&11166'1,4
Q: Did you bserve SPCIIIIIIrpunch any of the EPIA__52-
A:. No, but old me he was back wit gguuaarrddiinngg the EPW's.
Q: Were you ever instiiictetTIO kill everyone an not take EPW's?
AQ:: NWoa. s there ever a time when you observed anyone kill a person so as to not take them
as an EPW?
A: No.
Q: Were you ever instructed to "level a four block radius"?
AQ:- WNoa,s ntohte raet vaellr._ a time when you observed anyone level everything within a four-block
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A: No. It would have been impossible, even if the order was given it would have been
impossible, but the order Wain't-giVeii.
Q: Why would it have been impossible?
A: We didn't have the equipment to do something like that.
Q: Did you ever kill everyone within a four-block radius?
A: No-, that would have been hundreds and hundreds of people, thousands if it was in the
inner city. SGT - ated he meant to clear the area for combatants, not kill
everyone.
Q: Did you ever see anyone looting or stealing anything while deployed?
A: Not really, but soldiers did try to take some cigarettes from a store that the wall was
blown in, but CPT topped them and told them no.
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A: No. IJ
A: Yes, I guess he attempted he ripped it out and brought it outside, but LT Q: Did t to take a gold toilet? 1110
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Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement?
A: No. ///END OF STATEMENT//
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Q: Have you been advised of your rights?
A: Yes.
Q: Do you want a lawyer at this time?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever hear of any soldiers having sex while deployed?
A: No.
Q: Did you have a sex with anyone while deployed?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see anyone abuse an EPW?
A: No.
Q: Did you observe a younger Iraqi strike and older Iraqi who was attempted to give
information?
A: I don't know if it was information, but there were arguing.
Q: Approximately how old was the older Iraqi?
A: He had gray hair, maybe in his 60's or 70's.
Q: Approximately how old was the younger Iraqi?
A: Maybe 20's.
Q: Did anyone shot the younger Iraqi?
A: No.
Q: Did anyone shot warning shots?
A: Yes.
Q: Who?
A: SGT b&V
Q: Is it possible one of the warning shots hit the Iraqi?
A: No.
Q.- Did you restrain-the younger Iraqi in any-way?
A: No.
Q: Did you put him in your Bradley?
A: Yes, not me physically, but he rode in our Bradley.
Q: Did anyone strike him at anytime?
_A: No.A.1 -,214 2_6-1..t_
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A: No. y
Q: Was ever assigned in your Bradley?
A: No. tog:4E w,s,_
Q: WasiIIMMINPIn the area where this incident occurred?
A: Not to my knowledge, no.
Q: What happened to the younger Iraqi?
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A: We got him, put him in the Bradley, drove back to the Iraqi airborne barracks where
he stayed the night. I know we gave him water . I do n't ow what happened to him
after that, if we let him go or if someone came to pick him
kn
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Q: Where you at Ambush Alley/Midtown massacre?
A: No.
Q: Where were you when that battle occurred?
A: I was at a training camp, in the rear on guard.
Q: Did ever tell you about mistreating an EPW?
A: No. 143464Aircr-t4
Q: Do you know of anyone who mistreated EPW's during your deployment?
A: No.
Q: What is the Oracle?
A: The area where the trucks were.
Q: Where you ever assigned any missions withill.W.
A: No.
Q: Where you on a rooftop with 66141 149"
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AQ:: NDoid. you ever see anyone shoot at cars thg were going toward roadblocks or restricted
areas?
A: I heard Bradley's shot at cars, and the stopped and turned away.
Q: Did you ever see them not stop?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see any women/children dead in vehicles?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see any women/children dead during the deployment?
No:
Q: Were you ever given instructions to kill everyone so as to not take EPW's?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever receive instructions to "level a four block radius"?
A: No, definitely not.
Qi Did you ever kill e_ veryone in a four-block radius?
A: No.
Q: Did you see with a skull?
AQ:: NIno .t he Playboy article it stated you used eight magazines while guarding the tractortrailers,
is that true?
A: No, I only used a half a magazine during the entire war.
Q: Did you shoot at anyone while guarding the tractor-trailers?
A: No, there was no one really driving around in that area.
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Q: Where you present wheri attempted to steal a gold toilet?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see eV' a jeweled box?
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Q: Did
ever tell you they had sex while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever hear anyone talking about them having sex while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever hear of anyone having sex while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Did you talk to the Playboy reporter?
A: Yes.
Q: Did you tell him you killed a lot of people?
A: No, but I did tell him a lot of people were killed, during the entire war. It wasn't
meant to mean our platoon or our company.
Q: Have you talked to any other reporters?
A: No.
Q: Is this statement true?
A: Yes.
Q: Who provided the handwritten portion of thistatement?
A: I did.
Q: Did you provide the answers to the typed portion of this statement?
A: Yes.
Q: Do you have anything to add itootar statement?
A: No. ///END OF STATEMENT/
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413ont--1-00026-Apr-04, nterviewed SPC
B Co, 1/15 Inf Bri- Fort GA 31905 who prOvidia
,-. th a swordstaleffitif detailing --
at PFC __
B Co, 1/15th Inf Bn Fort Benning,_QA
(currently incarcerated at the Muscogee County Jail, Columbus, GA) and SPC
. _
him they had sex with Iraqi prostitutes. Further, SPC informed SPC that 4(9
he accidentally put his hand in the shoulder of an injured EPW when he attem
move him.
(See statement for details).
About 1430, 27 Apr 04, SA conducted a telephonic interview of Mr.'''.
Contract Reporter, 43 5 th Ave, New York, NY 10003, who confirmed he wrote the article in
Playboy magazine as a contract reporter. Mr. tated he had been a joumalist_for nine
Y
and did not want to discuss his relations ip withPlayboy magazine. Mr. was
e comments that
the investigation was another attempt by the Army to squash the free om w. speech of the
andd stated he was concerned that the soldiers that talked to him for the article were now
under inyes .gation. When asked about the comment pertaining to PFC
, and SPC
having sex with Iraqi women Mr. IIIIPtated he was unclear i it was onsensual
or not, he had heard different things. He did noTrie—ar the women were prostitutes and could not
ox-z/-- say-for-certain-if the_ene.nnnter was_consensual or not. When presented with information that Mr.
(formerly PFC assigned to B Co, 1/15 Inf Bn, Fo rt
ginning, GA and currently incarcerated at the Muscogee County Jail, Columbus, GA) was not
4,v, thestp-nrdinivt idudalthwaht owdetaieneindftohe tawtioonEPhWe r'esoaetiveAdm.busheAn
asked about t e k
Alley,
killing of women
ii t not a an
children, as the article indicated they might not have known what was going on when they heard
the warning shots, Mr. tated that his sources indicated they couldn't tell the intent of the
women and it was a question that people had. Mr.1111IFid not elaborate on what people had
that question. When questioned about the Iraqi skull that SKIIIIIMPliad displayed, and
qiiegtioned—if he was awaTe-it was-a-plastic skull, Mr. tated he never heard it was plastic
and then indicated he wanted to terminate the conversation. Mr
stated he stands behind
what he wrote. When confronted with a passage in the article w -ere he quoted SPC
as stating he shot an Iraqi in the leg that was attempting to run away, and SPC
enied
he shot the individual or stating anyone shot him, Mr. 'ted he would have to c eck his
notes. M,r,zu- askecl-about-SPC111016
-w
nalus-h iann dt he_ WD 1,21 of the EPW, and
if he-was infonlTe.q it was an accident _e put his haann d in the wound or intentional. Mr.
gm stated he was informed SPC _ as utting his hand in the wound intentionally to
- mess with the EPW. When asked about WIT omment about "levelin& a four block
radius" he stated he understood SGT m
mean artillery and Air Strikes had leveled the
area, not that the unit was going in and killing everyone in Xhearea. Further he stated that SGT
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1111111indicated that B Co, wasn't going to run away from a fight but stating they didn't mess
A in around. When asked about of Geneva Convention and killing the wounded rather than
qt4 rendering assistance, Mr. stated that in the heat of combat all bets are off and the soldiers
were not concerned about priSOners, but about eliminating the threats. Mr. ME went on to
04 state that the Army still has not released the number of casualties aannd if it was a c! ose call he
believed that people probably got killed because everything changes under hostile fire. Mr.
was again asked if he had information that soldiers were killin noncombatants and Mr.
01(-11
ked if the Battalion Commander killed noncombatants. Mr. conversation had
too
-I a political tone and Mr.1111111would not give a direct answer to any questions.
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About 1530, 26 Apr 04, SA terviewed-SPC
Co, 1115 th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31 5 who provided a sworn _statement detailing his
knowledge of an EPW who was placed in his Bradley: SPC fated they did encounter a
younger Iraqi male who assaulted an older iIriiiim , Warning shots were fired to break up the
argument and the younger male ran. SPC tated he went after and captured the Iraqi.
SPC 11111111stated the Iraqi male was somewhat resistant and the soldiers had to force him to
the ground. The Iraqi male was restrained with flexi cuffs, but his feet were not bound, nor was
he hog-tied. SPC ated they transported him to the area where they were staying. In
the-F3radley-the-lraWo move around,-so they_heldhim down while in the Bradley, but
they did not strike him or abuse him in anyway. (See statement for details)
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About 1030, 27 Apr 04, SAM. interviewed PFC
103C. IIIIIB Co, 1115th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905 who provided information pertaining to a
young Iraqi male who was taken as a EPW. PFC gumipfated they were on patrol •
talking to the locals to get information. A young Iraqi male came up to an older Iraqi male and
assaulted him. Warning shots were fired to break up the disturbance and the younger Iraqi fled.
PFC ated he was treatingthe older Iraqi's injuries while others went after the
younger - aqi am hii.- P stated he was certain the young Iraqi was not
/C shot or injured. The Iraqi was placed in flexi cuffs and placed in the back of the Bradley for
transport. While in the Bradley it was crowded due to the amount of people and equipment. The
b&, soldiers in the Bradley did have their feet on the Iraqi to keep him still. He was provided water
and placed in a holding facility. PF did not know the disposition of the EPW
once -he was-mleased--from- squads' custody. _PF tated the EPW was never
stuck and S _was_ not present during the incident. PF tated he did
not shoot anyone unng the war and never observed any women or children ki ed. PFC
t014-v1 tated he had no knowledge of the skull or toilet that SPC as alleged to
106- ave ad, and he did not know of anyone having sex while deployed. PFC ad
nothing further to add to this investigation.
Special Agent,
Signature:
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86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
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About 1345, 27 Apr 04, SA interviewed SSG _ IlltIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF
IIII, B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort enning, GA 31905 who stated he Was present when the ounger
Iraqi male assaulted the older Iraqi male. He stated they were fighting and SGT
SWTC, Fort Bragg, NC (formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 Inf n, 70-
Fo-ft Benning, GA) fired warning shots to break up the disturbance. The younger male fled and
was captured. He was flexi cuffed and placed in the Bradley. He was moving around in the
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vehicle so members of the squad held him down, but he was never shot or beaten. SSG
stated he was positive he was not shot because they searched him and there was no blood or
wounds on him. SSG ted SPC was not present during this incident and e
did not know the final dis -iiiition of the EPW, just that he was transported to another location
the next day. SS tated he was not at Ambush Alley and did not see SPC .
with any jeweled box. He stated some members of the coin any were caught and corrected for
stealing things such as cigarettes and candy. SSG did not know about any members
having sex while deployed, but stated he did see a bus that he suspected contained dead women
and children, but it had occurred prior to his unit coming into that area. The bus appeared to
have been burned at some point, but was not burning at the time they discovered it. SSG •
1111111111d not witness any other women or children killed during the deployment.
f
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d PFC
ame to the rooftop at the mall and informed him ere were two prostitutes
inside. SPC stated he went into the mall and saw two women, he paid one woman
$10.00 and they wen into another room and engaged in sexual intercourse. SPC
stated he did not force the women and the act was consensual. (See rights wavier ail sw
statement for details)
Special Agent
Signature:
CID Form 94
About 1500, 27 Apr 04, SAIIIIIIIFterviewed SPC
Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905 who stated he obserVed the EPW's which were eing
guarded by SPCgillPut only for a short time as they moved to another area. SP 11111111
stated he did not observe the EPW's being mistreated at that time. SPC tat1 t
1
ey
never killed everyone they came in contact with, only combatants. He er sta ed they took
many EPW's during the war and would not have killed someone just so they did not have to treat
them as an EPW. SPINIIIIIIstated there were cars coming at a restricted area and failed to
slow down after warning shots. If vehicles failed to turn around when warned they were shot at. ::•54-
He was informed one of the vehicles that washot at contained women and children, but he did
not see them or know if that was true. They did not check the vehicle because they were
receiving artillery fire at the time. SPC stated he did not observe SPC with a
skull and did not witness the incident where the Young Iraqi was detained while attempting to
flee and placed in the Bradley. SPC was then advised of his rights, which he waived
_and admitted he had sex with an Iraqi female. He stated SPC
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terviewed SGT
who provided -a sworn statemen
e-was- present—d--
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About 1445, 28 Apr 04, SA 'terviewed SPIIIMPIP.I B Co,
1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, pertaining to his know g e ay y artic e. SPC
IIIIMO3tated while on security patrols to gain infonnation he observed a young Iraqi head butt
and older Iraqi. SGT ed some shots into the air and the some of the squad went
after the younger Iraqi. ted he stayed and provided medical aid with PFC
o the older Iraqi. MEI stated he observed the squad bring back the
younge d431-ae-hirri in the Brad-17.7%— was not shot or hog-tied, he believed his hands
were flexi cuffed behind his back, but he wasn ertain. He stated the EPW was not beaten in
the Bradley and was not bleedingor shot. SP ted SPC1111111, was not present Ci.e
during that incident. SPC stated he did observe cars being shot at that ignored the .ti
roadblocks, but he did not see any women and children inside the vehicle. He stated the only
vehicle he saw shot, which did not turn around, all of the occupants got out of the vehicle and ran
away. SPC tated he was not at Ambush Alley, nor did he see SPC111111rwith a skull
or jeweled box. stated he •AT1 hear about soldiers having sex while at the mall. He
heard_the soldiers th sex_were SPC .FC SPC d
PF eceas former y i..ssign to Co, 1/15 I3n,
Fort Ben= He stated e eaz ey took turns and paid $10.00, but the women were not
• raped. SP ad no further information pertaining to this investigation.
AGENT'S COMMENT: The violations pertaining to prostitution were referred to the unit
commander for further investigation.
About 1100, 28 Apr 04, SA terviewed SGT
Co, 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, 31905 who provided a sworn statement detailing his
knowledge of the allegations in the Playboy article. SG stated he was present
vrit) when the oung Iraqi male struck the older Iraqi and was su sett -fie-fitly taken into custody. SGT
e&Lt t
d the EPW was definitely not shot and was not beaten while inside the
members were rough on him when detaining him but he was fighting them
and resisting. SGT er stated he observed SPC11111111butt stroke the one
armed EPW while attemp e o get vital information from him to protect soldiers. (See
statement for details)
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ephonically interviewed CPT
formerly assign oCo, 715 Inf
n, o eruung GA). CPT e s e was at the Airborne Barracks when they
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i received a call that they were bringing in a young Iraqi male who had got into a fight with an
older Iraqi male. When the individual was taken out of the Bradley, he was not hog-tied or shot.
molding area given -a poncho., and released at the gate the following morning.
way snared and di 't much English, but he was not
crying or • oo y in any way. CPT- lated the Iraqi's hands we. ,r e flexi-cuffed
behind his back and his feet were not restrained in any form.
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About 1050, 2 May 04, SA 111111111111ontacted Mrs. _ CBS News, Research and
Development, 48 Hours Investigatek New York, New York 10 19, (who previously interviewed
soldiers from B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn), to determine nature of her story. She stated she was not sure
CBS was going to do a story, but it would not be soon. They wanted to include footage from the
murder trial. She was vague about the way her story was going to be, and stated you never know
where something was going to take you. She was familiar with the Playboy article, when asked
if her story would have allegations such as that article, so this office could look into the issues,
she stated she had heard similar stories, but she had not done anything to investigate them for
accuracy, just what the soldiers had heard.
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About 1400, 3 May 04, SAIIIIIIIIIIiterviewed 1LT
INC Co, 3/75th Ranger Regiment (formerly assigned to B Co. 1/15th Inf Bn) Fort Benning,
GA who provided a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the Playboy article. 1LT
stated he never witness or had information that any EPW's were being mistreated.
1LT her stated he heard women were killed who refused to stop at a checkpoint,
but he-did-notAvitnessAhat first hand. (See statement for details)
leibef "_ 7-it-66,-5LAbout
1400, 4 May 04, SA nterviewed SGT B
Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA who provided a sworn sta e en • e s • ow ge of
the information in the Playboy article. SGT stated he was present when the oung
Iraqi was taken into custody and he was definitely not shot or hog-tied. SGT er
stated he was in his Bradley during Ambush Alley/Midtown Massacre so he did not see the
EPW's taken from that area.See statement for details)
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the women in the mall -and they did not appear to be forced or in distress. (See statement for
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About 16454 May 04, SA terviewed SSG
Drill Sergeant, NCOA (formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 th Int) Fort Benning, GA, wfio rovided
an unswom statement pertaining to his knowledge of the Playboy article. SSG stated-he
was present at Midtown/Ambush Alley and did witness SKIMP put his hand into the
shoulder of the wounded EPW. He stated SPC11111111.was attempting to et the EPW to keep
moving, he was not certain if the act was on purimse or an accident. SS 'd not see
any other EPW's mistreated. SSG aulstated he did observe a car get shot at while at l6f
checkpoint, the car kept coming forwIrd and was hit by the warning shots. He later heard there
were women in the car, but was not certain if anyone went to check the vehicle. SSG 11.111
stated they did not have a policy to check all vehicles, due to the location and threat at thetime.
SS11111111tated he did not see SPC ow with a gold toilet or jeweled box. SSG...
also stated the unit never killed everyone-in the area and never observed anyone kill someone
just so they didn't have to take them as an EPW. SSCP stated he was present when the
prostitutes were at the mall. SSG111111as then advised of his rights for dereliction of duty
and misprision of an offe se for being the squad leader in charge during the incident involving
the prostitutes. SSCi invoked his rights and requested not to be questioned further. (See
statement for details). -4P
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-Moot 0900, 5-May Ok SA111111.-ipterviewed-SGT
HHC, 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benniiig,-GA (formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 Inf Bn) whoprow ed
a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the Playboy article. SGT vinit stated he did not
witness any EPW's abused while deployed and never saw any women or children killed. SGT
MOP stated he was present at the mall when soldiers from his squad had sex with prostitutes.
(See statement for details) -264keo 44
About 1300, 5 May 04, SA 11111111interviewed SPC
HHC, 1/ 15`h Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA (formerly assigned to B Co, 1 15 Inf Bn) who provided
his knowledge of the Playboy article. SPC11111111.ated he did witness the alte-rcation
between the young Iraqi and older Iraqi,,od stated the younger Iraqi was taken into custody.
SPC1111111fstated the young Iraqi was not hog-tied and was not shot, He was transported
in a different ve cle, but he did not see anyone mistreat him. SPC 11111111111rtated SPC
' -
was never 'saw SPC WM with a jeweled
as not present during that incident. He further stated he did not see the EPW's at
• :s . ..• • - - I id not see any women and children
killed, but did see a vehicle with burned remains of women and children, but that had occurred
prior to 1/15th coming to the area SPC gated he did not fire any rounds during the
deployment.
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Ft Benning, GA 31905
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About 1100, 6 May 04, SA iewed SSG
E Co, 1150th ITB (formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn) Fort Benning, GA who related his
knowledge of they Playboy article. SSG1=10111111htated he was a Bradley commander and
rarely got out of the Bradley. SSG ted he briefly saw the EPW's at
Midtown/Ambush Alley being guarded by so iers, but could not say who, he did not see them
mistreated in the short time he observed them. SSG
ated he did see women killed, .„.. ii
buthey were charging roadblocks, taking weapons backintouses or were shot in crosfire.
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SSG stated he never witnessed any killing of non-combatants. He stated they did not
kill every e t site, and they took several EPW's during the deployment. SS
stated he was present when the young Iraqi was taken into custody. He was not involvedwi
the situation and the Iraqi was not put on his Bradley. SSG
stated he did not see SPC
in the area. with the young Iraqi prisoner. SS ted he did not see SPC
ith a gold toilet or a jeweled box, and stated he had no knowledge of soldiers engaging
in any sexual activity while de loyed.
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About 1420, 6 May 04, SA interviewed 1SG HHC, 1/15th Inf Bn
(formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 Inf Bn) Fort Benning, G 31905 who provided his knowledge
of the Playboy article. 1SG stated he only observed the EPW's at Midtown/Ambush
Alley ; after they wore_bro c a underpass. While in his presence he did not see anyone
mistreat the EPW's. 1SG stated he never witnessed any women and Childin killed
but he heard there was an incident where some where killed when they didn't turn around at a
/6. checkpoint. 1SG tated there was no standard policy to check the vehicle that
12p
disobeyed the chec °int. He stated usually they turned around or the occupants would run from
14.-- the vehicle once it was disabled. 1 SG stated the unit took looting very seriously and
punished soldiers who were caught stealing cigarettes. He stated they checked the bags and
vehicles thoroughly. 1SG did not see SPC1111111with a gold toilet or jeweled box.
1SG
About 0900, 7 May 04, SA
N
further state
O
e had no knowledge of the young Iraqi that was taken into custody
or an is having sex while deployed.
interviewed SSG
(formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 Inf Bn), Fort
Benning, GA who stated he -had not read the playboy article. SSG .tated he did briefly .--r---- sewthg F.PW'-g come out the building at Midtown/Ambush Alle!ibiltliere they were being
s sector, so he did not see them to say if they were mistreated. SSG _
stated he did not see any women or children killed by his company, they did see a bus
that had been burned that had women and children but it occurred prior to the arrival of B Co,
1/15 th. SSG mit ated he did see SPCIIIIrwith a plastic medical skull that he had
painted, but he was certain it was not a real skull. He stated he did not see SPCIIIMPwith a
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gold-toilet or jeweled box_ SSG ated he did not believe it was possible for SPC -765S
and SPC UM to fire as many rounds as the article aIl4e0 _.5 t he dismounted - /9
soldiers just didn't have much opportunity to fire at an SSG tated he heard
there were prostitutes in the area, and heard SPC d PFC had sex
with them, but he did not confirm the information. ///LAST ENTRY///
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they took them around the front, we were done clearing the
buildings, I was tasked to pull security in a different area.
Q: Did you seellinput his hand into the wound of the EPW?
A: No.
Q: How do you knowill.Put his hand in the wound accidentally?
A: said he did.
Q: at did he tell you?
A: When he grabbed the guys shoulder his fingers went into his wound.
Q: Did he tell you why he grabbed the guys shoulder?
Q: Was ug g?
A: To move him.
A: It was more ice it was crazy, not laughin because ly/crid it.
Q: Did you see the EPW's aftergintand
ere watching them?
A: We were in the same area, they were just behind me.
Q: Could you see or hear their interactions?
k 1-could-hear -
Q: Did you see or hear - burn the EPW's with -cigarette?-
A: No.
Q: Did you see any burn marks on the EPW?
A: No.
Q: Did you see or hear punch the EPW's
A: No.
Q: Did you see anyone abuse the EPW's?
A: No.
Q: If you were close enough to hear the-interaction between'''. and the EPW's, how
is it that you did not hear
when he put his hand in the guys wound (either the
EPW orlintraying it was nasty)?
A: Confusion, everything was happening so fast.
Q: Who told_ ou about soldiers having sex while deployed?
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A: No.
Q: How do ou know
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A: It was the same as one of them.
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Q^ laid an ofte- else have sex with these women?
A: ut he died in a car accident since we returned.
Q: Did they say if the forced the women to have sex?
A: No, they told me they did not force them.
Q: What exactly did they tell you?
A: They said a man came to the gate, asked if they wanted some girls, they said yes, he
came back with two girls, they gave him money, and the two girls went into the shopping
center, they had intercourse, and then they sent the girls away.
Q: Did you see the girls?
A: No.
Q: How much did they pay for the girls?
A: I don't know, Ceib60-
Q: Did 1111111111111and ell you directly that they did not force the
women into having sex?
A: No, I assumed they did not force them.
Q: Did they tell you if paid to have sex with the girl?
A: Yes. cF -
Q: What did they tell you?
ArTlae-y_said the_y ±all paid-
Q: Do you know of anyone else having sex -whrle-deployed
A: No.
Q: Was the skull painted real?
A: No.
Q: How do you know it wasn't real?
A: It was plastic.
Q: How do you know MINI never had a gold toilet or jeweled box?
A: I never seen it.
Q: How much Iraqi dinar did you take — -
A: $1000.00, it was four 250 dinars, which was less than $1.00 US.
Q: Did you see any EPW's get shot in the leg?
A: No.
Q: Did you see any EPW's get hog-tied?
A: Nos
Q: Did you ever fire at any vehicles with women or children in them?
A: We fired warning shots from far away.
Q: Did you ever see any vehicles with women and children get shot?
A: No
Q: Were you ever given instructions to kill everyone so as to not take any EPW's?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever "clear a 4-blcok radius"?
A: We cleared a bunch of houses, it wasn't a four-block area, it was spread out and a lot
of dirt, some were just being built.
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Q: When you say you cleared them, what does that mean?
A: Go in and check to see if there are any enemy or weapons inside.
Q: Did you ever kill everyone in the buildings?
A: No, the buildings were empty.
Q: How much ammo did you fire through your weapon while deployed?
A: I had an automatic weapon and had three drums of ammunition, but I did not even use
an entire drum.
Q: Did you talk to the Playboy reporter?
A: No.
Q: Did you talk to the 48-hours reporter?
A: Yes, she is not really a reporter, she is a researcher and developer.
Q: What did you discuss with her?
A: The personalities of the five involved with the murder case and what went on during
the midtown massacre.
Q: Was her focus about the murder or about the war?
A: The murder.
Q: Who all was resent for the 48 hours interview?
A: Me,
irlfriend. '7C.(04.
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Q: Is flat the only EPW you took that day?
A: Yes.
Q: Describe the EPW you took that day?
A: he was probably about 5'8", about 135-140, he had dark hair, it was dark out, he had a
little growth on his face, but not much. I don't ow how old he was I would say early
20's. 01/1
Q: Did any of the shots fired by SGT hit anyone?
A: No.
Q: Is it possible one of the shots hit the EPW?
A: No.
Q: Why did you ask three times if he should be taken?
A: Because of all the commotion people were scattering, I ad my eye on hianswaer
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after the third time.
Q: What does "Kieff' mean?
A: Stop
4:Dictyou-flexicuff or restrain his feet in anyway?
A: No.
Q: Did you hog-tie him?
A: No.
Q: Did anyone strike him?
A: No.
Q: Was your track?
A: Yes.
Q: Could he have seen someone beat him that you did not see?
A: No-, not where he was at --- -
Q: Was present in your track?
A: No.
Q: Was111111.ver in your track?
A: No.
Q: Were you at Ambush Alley (Midtown Massacre)?
A: No.
Q: Where were you during that engagement?
A: Guard at the terrorist training camp.
Q: Did you ever see any EPW's mistreated while deployed?
A: No.
Q: Were you ever instructed to kill everyone so as to not take EPW's?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever level a four-block radius?
A: No.
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A: No.
Q: Did you ever see women/children killed at a roadblock or restricted area?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see any dead women or children?
A: No.
Q: Did you go and check vehicle to see if anyone was wounded?
A: No.
Q: Why not?
A: We weren't told to.
Q: Do you know of anyone who stole or looted while deployed?
A: No.
Q: Where you present when empattempted to steal a gold toilet?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever seeillirwhile a jeweled box?
A: No.
Q: Did you talk to any reporters?
Q: Do you know of anyone having sex while deployed?
A: No, I did hear talk about prostitutes, but never saw anything. I was on the roof of the
mall. I heard about the prostitutes after we left. I didn't hear who or what occurred.
Q: Do you have anything to add to yo _ t? ,
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Q: Whe-re you present at Ambush Alley/Midtown Massacre?
A: Yes I was there.
Q: Did you see the two EPW's that were taken (one with a wounded arm/shoulder one
that was naked)?
A: Yes.
Q: Did you see anyone abuse them?
A: No.
Q: Do you know who was assigned to guard the EPW's with
A: Nope.
Q: Did you seems
or anyone else punch, kick, burn, step on or injure the EPW's
A: No.
Q: How long were you able to observe the EPW's while being guarded?
A: A minute maybe.
Q: Did you hear alliror anyone else say anything to the EPW's?
AQ:: NDoid. you actually see women and children in the car that was shot at the roadblock?
—A: No. _ _ -
Q: Did anyone exit the vehicle?
A: No.
Q: Did you see the vehicle get shot at?
A: Yes.
Q: Why was the vehicle shot at?
A: We fired warning shots, they didn't turn around, it was approaching our position and
we felt it was a threat since it wouldn't turn around after the warning shots and it was
fired on.
De you-know if anyone was firing at you from the vehicle?
A: No, I don't know.
Q: Is it standard for anyone to go and check the vehicles?
A: I
would assume normally yes, but due to the circumstances but we didn't have a
chance. We should have checked it for weapons and explosives and stuff.
Q: Why could you not check that vehicle?
A: Artillery continued to fire and rifle rounds.
Q: Did you ever see the remains of the vehicle?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see any other women and children who were killed?
A: Nope.
Q: Did you ever see any other dead women and children while deployed?
A: No, but it's not like you can see a lot from the back of a Bradley.
Q: Where did you ha \ c sex vs ith the Iraqi women?
A: At the shopping center.
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Q: How did they get into the shopping center?
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Q: How did you know about the women?
A: I don't know which one of the two told me, I think it was IMMOINIP'.
Q: What did he tell you?
A: He told me there were some prostitutes downstairs, $10.00.
Q: Did tell you he had sex with the women?
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A: He just said he, I cdn't remember. I am sure he told me but I can't remember what he
said. He told me he had sex, but I don't remember what his exact words were.
Q: Did ll you he had sex with the women?
A: No, he said he didn't, because he was married, but it came out later that he did.
Q: Did he tell you later that he had sex with the women?
A: No he was bullshitting with on the roof and I overheard.
Q: What did he say?
A: I don't even know.
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A: Two.
Q: How many did you have sex with?
A: One 1CiobV
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A: I don't know.
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A: No idea.
Q: Did you force
A: No.
Q: How do you I.:: to the sexual activity?
A: She took my
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A: Yes.
Q: Did she cry e r 1
A: No.
Q: Did see seen' '
A: No.
Q: Who did
A: Her.
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A: I have no idea. is )nie\\ here.
Q: How old was I:1_ -
A: I have no idc - t '
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A: On the rod
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A: No.
Q: Did you see ,,•,• wome•I or have sex with the women?
A: No.
Q: How do yo4- 4111011111 1 - ith the woman?
A: He told ni
Q: Do you till: • •• • " be at the mall?
A: No.
Q: Did you sec
A: No.
Did you old_
A: Yes.
Q: Do you kne
A: No. I don't
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A: No.
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A: No.
Q: Did you kii,
A: No.
Q: Did you se,
A: No.
Q: Did you se,- a
A: No.
Q: Were you r d to steal a gold toilet?
A: No.
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A: As far as I know it was tom-gethim to speak English. They said earlier that he was
speaking English, but when then he acted like he couldn't speak English. I am sure he
was trying to get information pertaining to where other enemy soldiers were hiding,
because right after he spoke English again and we went into a building to look for other
combatants.
Q: Did you see anyone else abuse the EPW's?
A: No, I really didn't consider that abuse.
Q: Why didn't you think that was abuse?
A: Because everything had to be done in a timely manner and I believe he already said
there were other soldiers in the building. If you turn your back there are more soldiers on
you and we needed the information in a timely manner to protect our soldiers. I heard
about why he did it later, but if that was the situation then I would say that wasn't abuse
because we needed to get the information and didn't need to play games.
Q: How long were the two EPW's at that location in your presence?
A: A while, at least half hour to 45 minutes. I can't remember if they came over before
orafter_ the_gulaad_ the bomguba srtdrainpgptehde t_oE phiwm,. s_wrspciow_
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A: No I don't, I'm not even positivegralifrias with them.
Q: Did orlIMINIFever tell you directly they had sex while at the
mall?
A: No, they were talking to other soldiers.
Q: Do you know who they were talking to?
A: Just other guys in the platoon.
Q: Did anyone else tell you they had sex while deployed?
At-That is all l-know if-those two I know our squad was there-, but I wasn't with them
that night. I was on a different track.
Q: Pertaining to the fight between the older Iraqi and the younger Iraqi, did SGT
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Iraqi's and soldiers?
A: It was the soldiers and Iraqis as far as I know.
: Why was unching and kicking the Iraqi?
A: Basically to get him away from the guy -i-d-contain hinWecause he was fighting back:
Q: How was the Iraqi zip-tied?
A: With his hands, how we zip tied everybody.
Q: Were his feet restrained?
A: No, because then we would have had to carry him.
Q: Was he struck after he was zip-tied?
A: Not that I know of, no.
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Q: Was he struck while in the Bradley?
A: I don't know, he wasn't in my track. He probably would have been stepped on, but it
is to tight in there to strike anyone.
Q: Was the young Iraqi shot?
A: No.
Q: Is there anyway one of the w. shots hit
A: No, no, I gave the guy a ponch•l
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he had one, he was talking to me while he smoked a cigarette, and he didn't say he was
wounded.
Q: Was -ound during the time the young Iraqi was in custody?
A: No.
Q: Did you see any women or children shot during the deployment?
A: Yes, basically we were at a checkpoint, we had two Arabic signs that said to turn
around or be shot. Once the pasted the first sign they fired a warning shot. If they passed
the second sign they shot the vehicle. Sometimes there would be women and children in
the car but usually it was soldiers. Sometimes it bothers me, "what if', what if they
couldn't read the signs, but then what if they had a bomb in the car. We fired warning
shots and they kept coming, so I think we did the right thing.
DirPu see with a jeweled box?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever "level a four block radius"
A: No.
Q: Did you ever go through an area and kill everyone you found?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever witness or receive instruction to kill people so as to not take them as
EPW's?
A: No, we took a lot of EPW's over there. If they had a weapon and intended to shot us
----we-killed them,if they gave up we took them as EPW's.
Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement?
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Q: ere you ever given instruction or observe anyone kill everyone in the area?
A: No.
Q: Were you ever told to or observe anyone kill someone so as to not take an EPW?
A: No.
Q: Did you see any dead women or children during the deployment?
A: No.
Q: Did you see the car with women and children disobey the checkpoint?
A: No, I wasn't there, I heard about it.
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A: No.
Q: How were the EPW's dressed when you discovered them in the basement?
A: In civilian clothing.
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Q: Did the girls look to be distressed or scared?
A: No.
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A: No.
Q: Did you have any interaction with the Iraqi's that were in the mall?
A: No, I only saw them.
Q: Do you ever see Imo with a jeweled box?
A: No.
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Q: Did yoii ever see any women/children killed?
A: Intentionally no, was it possible women and children were killed, yes it is possible.
Q: How is it possible?
A: At a blocking position, we would set up wire and when oncoming traffic would come,
if they did not turn around at the wire we would fire warning shots, if they continued to
come we would engage them with direct fire. I heard women were killed, but I did not
witness it directly. I believe the soldieft vettvii wait until the last minute to fire. If we
were on the move, we engaged vehicle that had weapons on them or were firing at us,
otherwise we did not fire at any civilian vehicles.
Q: Did anyone go back and check the vehicles?
A: Certainly, honestly no. When we were on the move, no. A follow on unit may have
but were didn't have the time or security to check them especially at night.
Q: Do you know who was tasked to wz atch over the EPW's (the one with the injured arm
and the naked male)? liglotof-/-
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t I am not certain. They were only guarding them for about 10 minutes
LSG_came and took them,
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A: No I honestly didn't. The naked guy looked a little roughed up. The one armed guy
was injured but it didn't look like he was going to die right there.
Q: Where were you while the EPW's were being watched by B Co?
A: I was tasked by the commander to round up all the enemy weapons systems and
maintain local security, while the weapons were being collected, for the company.
Q: Where you present when the young Iraqi hit the older Iraqi and was taken into
custody?
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Q: How was the young Iraqi restrained when he arrived at your location?
A: He was flexi-cuffed behind his back.
Q: Were his feet restrained in any way?
A: Not that I remember, I don't think so.
walking, but I am not certain.
Q: Are you positive the young Iraqi was not shot?
A: I am absolutely positive the young Iraqi was not shot.
Q: Did the young Iraqi speak English?
A: Maybe a couple of words.
Q: Was resent with the young Iraqi?
A: No, he was not present.
Q: Did you ever witness anyone killed so as to not have to take an EPW?
A: No, never witnessed that.
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Q:-Did you ever hear of that occurrin
A: Never-.
Q: Did you ever see SPC with a jeweled box?
A: No, I did not.
Q: Did you see SPC ilaRwith a skull?
A: Yes, I did.
Q: Describe it?
A: It was a medical, plastic medical skull, he had put a dagger through it, he had re /cob ('
marker on it that looked like blood. He was told by me and CPT to
remove it.
Q: Prior to the article did you ever hear of anyone having sex while deployed?
A: No I didn't
Q: Were you involved with an incident where women were firing RPG's at your vehicle?
A: No, not to my knowledge. It is possible LT engaged a vehicle that had
civilians in it after they did not heed the concertina wire or warning shot, he engaged the
vehicle with direct fire killing to occupants. I heard someone had found an AK-47 in the
vehicle, and I was also told a family was in the vehicle, which I assume had children, I
don't know how many. I know it upset CPTIBIlibecause he was a family man, but it
was at night and_there was no way he could have identified the occupants of the vehicle.
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A: No it does not, SPC MM._ a. t the most fired 1-2 magazines during the entire war.
Dismounted troops just didn' the opportunity to fire their weapons.
Q: The article stated SPC red 8 magazines, does that sound accurate?
A: No, not at that incident, maybe during over the entire 21 day war maybe 2-3
magazines. If people fired that much ammo as the article alleges, we would have needed
an ammo resupply and we never had an ammo resupply.
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Q: Did ell you directly that he had sex with the prostitute?
A: Not difectly, I heard about it and_teased him, he never denied it
Q: Did1111111111, and ell you directly they had sex with the Iraqi
women.
A: I don't remember. I know didn't.
Q: Did you ever hear that they foi -ce t e women to have sex?
A: No.
Q: Did you see guarding EPW's while at Ambush Alley?
A: No.
Q: Do you know of anyone that directly saw the EPW's mistreated?
A: No.
Q: Is it possible that the shots fired by SG 't the young Iraqi male?
A: No.
Q: Did the young Iraqi run away?
A: I don't recall him trying to run, he was fighting.
Q: How was the young Iraqi restrained?
A: flexi-cuffs.
Q: How washe llexi-cuffed?—
A: Hands behind his back. I don't remember he as them on his feet.
Q: Was he hog-tied?
A: No.
Q: Was he able to walk?
A: Yes.
Q: Did he have any visible injuries?
A: No.
__--What happened to-thoung Iraqi?
A: He was released the next day, we handed him over to
LTiki*
and they put
him in a holding area.
Q: Was ever present during the time the young Iraqi was in custody?
A: No.
Q: Explain how women and children were killed?
A: They would drive the cars toward road blocks or check points, after warning shots
wei-efif6d1h-ey condi-flied to move toward us, them we fired at them.
Q: Did you know at the time there were women and children in the car?
A: No.
Q: Did you go back and check the vehicles?
A: Sometimes, if the car was all burned or shot with depleted uranium round, then we
didn't check.
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Q: Did you ever see any other dead women and children?
A: I don't remember, there may have been some out there on the roads.
Q: Were you ever given instructions or witness anyone kill everyone within a four block
radius?
A: No.
Q: Did you know of anyone that killed a non-combatant so as to not have to take them as
an EPW?
A: No. 144C"-0I94-14
Q: Did you see with a skull?
A: Yes, it was a plastic medical skull.
Q: Did you ever sellallirwith a jeweled box?
A: No. ibrigp9C7-4
Q: Were you present whe atteitipted to take a gold toilet?
A: No.
Q: How many magazines did you utilize during the entire deployment?
A: I used maybe 5 or 6, but there was a guy on my track didn't fire any round at all. I
7eti4 know 1111111111pred some rounds, but I don't think he would have used 8 magazines.
Q: Do you have anything to add toioumr staitrem ent?
A: No. MEND OF STATEMENT/
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A:
Q: Wh oin bush Alle town Massacre?
tro`t' A: Me, and ere unloading trucks that had
ammo, gasoline. mortars, and stuff that needed to be downloaded.
Q: Were you involved with the taking of the EPW's at Midtown?
A: No.
Q: Did you witness anyone mistreat the EPW's?
A: No.
Q: Did you hear anyone talking to the EPW's?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever witness any women or children killed?
A: No.
Q: Do you know of anyone that killed women or children?
A: No.
Q: Even at the checkpoints?
A: No. 1O4 beo
Q: Did you seealliglirpay the prostitute?
Q: Did you see anyone go off with the prostitutes?
A: No.
Q: Do you know of any other incidents involving soldiers having sex with Iraqi women
during the deployment?
A: No.
Q: Did you see SPCIIIIIIIrwith a jeweled box?
A: No.
Q: Where you present when—attempted to steal a gold toilet?
A: No.
Q: How much ammunition did you use during the deployment?
A: I fired four 203 rounds and I fired ma be half of one magazine out of the 11 I had.
Q: The comment in the article that red 8 magazines and1111111P fired 11,
does that sound accurate?
A: I don't think so.
14:-Have you ever heard of anyone that killed someone so as to not have to take an EPW?
A: No.
Q; Do you have anything to add to yi * ent?
A: No. ///END OF STATEMENT///
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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
- - CID Regulation 195-1 -
ROI NUMBER
0304-04-CID016
PAGE 1 OF i PAGE
DETAILS
BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 1530, 30 Apr
from the 86th MilitaryPolice Detachment (CID), Fort
Headquarters and Headquarters
tsion , Fort Lewis, WA 98433 (FLWA),
committed while his former unit, B Company (Co), 1/15
le.i 1:& i
About 0915, 5 May 04, SA iiirt.dvised CPL
subsequently provided a sworn statemen_t dpnying any
details.)
xsikot,
AGENT'S COMMENT: While CPLIMINIP mishing
Lugriority investigation. SA
Inn to it. A subsequent review o the statement revealed
statement, but CP isclosed in the interview:
IMO
•_ • : e. e e.e.__:. et.: . !: . e :. .-1.!--
Battalion (Inf Bn), FBGA (NFD, had dug into the
just that he heard rumors.
• When CPL IIIIII stated he heard about "soldiers
referring to the incident he addressed later where
stated he later heard the same information, but
• The answer to the question at the bottom of page
cut off in the printing of the statement. CPL
in 2nd S uacL leiii004 -7Ciii*Li
04, this office
Benning,
be interviewed
Infantry
-7CA/1W
UMW of
and all illegal
-law
his office,
the
• -d SP
his statement,
received a
GA 31905 (FBGA).
Company (HHC),
concerning
Battalion (Inf
his rights, which
activity. (See
finalized the statement
following details
10.-hb
of an Enemy Prisoner
unarmed civilian
he thought he
from
were you when
only 1 st and 3"I
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SA
Request for Assistance (RFA)
The RFA requested CPL
3rd Brigade (Bde), 2nd
possible war crimes
Bn), FBGA, was in Iraq.
he waived and
sworn statement for
was called away
and swore CPL
were not included in the
Company, 1/15 Infantry
wounds
shooting
he stated
could not remember
1, "Where
stated
of War (EPW), but
vehicles", he was
saw bullets hit a vehicle. He
whom.
that battle occurred?", was
Squads went, and he was
• CPL stated at OB1111111V fired Warning
= further stated he only used about two to three magazines
• CPL stated he heard about SPC
from whom. 7exibbli 13•C'
• CPLIIIMItated he remembered SPC
it, but couldn't describe it and even had trouble
shots, but never aTha ' - • - 8
during the entire deployment.
attempting to steal the toilet, but couldn't remember
4 t 6C.-(1
carrying a box of some sort, possibly with jewels on
remember ng whe•or gilaWae saw it.///Last Entry///
TYPED A R /C. bt./...,
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ORGANIZATION
44th Military Police Detachment
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(CID), PO Box
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SIGNAT DATE
5 May 04
EXHIBIT
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
Code, Section 3012(g)
and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
Number is used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
Social Security Number ivolUntary.
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AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders
ROUTINE USES: Your Social Security
DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your
1. LOCATION
44th MP Det (CID), Fort Lewis, WA 98433
2. DATE
5 May
. TIME oq 6
4. FILE NO.
0304-04-CID016
1)- c,PibcA 8. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
Headquarters and Headquarers Company
3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division
Fort Lewis, WA 98433
.
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GRADE/STATUS
E-4 / AD
PART I - RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
The investigator whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States
Agent -R.. ka.,,k
Army Criminal Investigation Division as a Special
and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am
Rape, War Crimes, Maltreatment of Prisoners, Failure to Obey Order, Murder, Larceny///
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suspected/
Before he/she asked me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following nghts:
1. I do not have to answer any question or say anything.
2. Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.
3. (For personnel subject othe UCMJ I have the right to talk pnvately to a lawyer before, dunng, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me,
or both.
- or -
_
(For civilians not subject to the UCMJI I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to hive a lawyer preseift With
me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that I arrange for at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer
will be appointed for me before any questioning begins
4. If I am now willing to discuss the of fensels) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or
speak pnvately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below.
5. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B _ Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above. I m now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without
having a lawyer present with me ---icbee, 4
WITNESSES ()f available) 3. SIGN.
h4
1a NAME (Type or Print) la*
b. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE
la
11:1=111.1mtg.. gi • or
2a. NAME. (Type or Print) bio
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b ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE 6. ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
44th MP Det (CID)
Fort Lewis, WA 98433
Section C. Non-waiver
1 I do not want to give up my rights
q I want a lawyer r 0 I do not want to be questioned or say anything
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2 SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICAtCTO NNY' SV/146444TEMENT (DA FORM 2823) SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECT/ACCUSED
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SWORN STATEMENT
For use of this form, see AR 190-45; the proponent agency is ODCSOPS
AUTHORITY:
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
ROUTINE USES:
DISCLOSURE:
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
Title 10 USC Section 301; Title 5 USC Section 2951; E.O. 9397 dated November 22, 1943 (SSN).
TO provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
Your social security number is used as an additionat/attemate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
Disclosure of your social security number is voluntary.
2. DATE (YYYYMMIiiiir 3. TIME - 4. FILE NUMBER
2004/05/05 11.3 0304-2004-CID016
6. SSN 7. GRADE/STATUS
W-1:60 E-4/RA
1. LOCATION
44th MP Detachment, Fort Lewis, WA 98433
FIRST NAME, MIDDLE NAME
1054- /0 (P
nfan'try Brigade, Fort Lewis, WA 98433
9. 741ak`fr , WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
use of force to Iraqi prisoners. I did not see, hear about or commit rape towards an Iraqi female guarding a mall in
either not knowing TTvere unarmed or purposely.
At no time did I see hear about or commit the shooting of a wounded Iraqi soldier. At one point in time at the "oracle"
Baghdad. I did not shoot an unarmed Iraqi see or hear about it. I did however hear about a POWs wounds being dug
into by Spc. I cannot confirm if its true. I did hear about soldiers shooting unarmed civilian vehicles,
(the guarding of a weapons cache, trucks) I was on guard in a Bradley fighting vehicle making sure no vehicles came
by our objective area of guard, at one point I attempted to fire warning shots upon a car before I could I thought I saw
bullets through my scope and the car stopped real quick and the driver got out and I continued to scan my sectors
because he wasn't in my sights any longer. I do not recall an incident where another Iraqi struck an Iraqi man, fled
and was shot in the leg. All the statements I made are true to the best of my knowledge.
A. CAW V/066
Q. SA
Q. Did you ear of any soldiers having sex while deployed?
lraingc mky-E df eployment to Iraq at no time did I commit nor did I see others commit anything more than the appropriate
-0X1
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A. No.
Q. Did you have sex with anyone while deployed?
A. No.
Q. DID YOU EVER SEE ANYONE ABUSE AN EPW?
A. No.
Q. Did you observe a younger Iraqi strike an older Iraqi who attempted to give information?
A. No.
a_pkl anyone 9tA11 Lin shots?
A. I Wasn't there.
Q. Is it possible one of the shots hit the Iraqi male?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Did you restrain the younger Iraqi in any way?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Did you put him in your Bradley vehicle? ., i; .,....* '6._ ). -
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Did anyone strike him at anytime? 4 A. I wasn't there._ id4C•qttateel ar
Q. Was SPC resent- during this incident?
A. I wasn't there, -4 / 6174.1
Q. Was SPC i_ver assigned to your vehicle?
A. mot that I knoW Of. i,,y-c-il , b4 -
Q. Was SPC n the area wheerree this incident occurred'?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. What happened to the younger Iraqi male?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Were you at the ambush alley / midtown massacre?
Ci 1,A/har= wean= tin' i lAtham that hattla Hari In-awl le4 A. No.
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0 . Did SPC ever tell you about mistreating a POW?
A. No.
Q. Do you know of anyone mistreating POWs during your deployment?
A. No. eib0 Q. What is the "oracle"?
A. I was informed today by SA at it was the truck cache of weapons we guarded.
area called the "oracle" before now. h1C-4, 6-G/
Q. Were you ever assigned to missions with SPCA - i '
A. Possibly, if so I don't recall.
Q. Were you one a rooftop with SPC T MC* WI to frr
A. I don't recall.
Q. Did you ever sihcoars that were coming at roadblocks or restricted areas?
A. Yes. At OBJ car went thrpugh our wire and was speeding towards the checkpoint.
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at the vehicle. le.Ck five'
Q. Did you ever see anyone shoot at cars the were going towards roadblocks or restricted
A. Yes.
Q. Did you ever see them stop?
A. Yes.
Q. Did you ever see any women/children dead in vehicles?
A. No.
Q. Did you ever see any women/children dead during the deployment?
A. No.
Q. Were you ever given instructions to kill everybody and to not take EPWS?
A:-No -
I haven't heard that
I fired warning shots
areas?
Q. Did you ever receive insjructiorj to level a four block radius?
A. No. 193c-11 i b 6, "4
Q. Did you see SPC with a skull?
A. No.
Q. Did you shoot at anyone while guarding the tractor trailors?
A. No. bl' it b6"4
Q. Were you present when SPC_ ttempted to steal a gold toilet?
A. No. balt`itiiiiivvQ
you ever see SPC .i th a ewele box?
A. Maybe, I'm not ur ugh.
Q. Did S FC er tell you they had sex while in Iraq?
Q. Did yob ever hear of anyone having sex while in Iraq? -
A. No.
Q. Did you talk to the PLAY r er?
A. No.
Q. Do you know why SP uttstroked the EPW in the head?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Did anyone else abuse the EPVV's? kgriA
A. NO.
-Q Pertaining to-the-fight-between tha_olderiraqi_ancithe_younger Ira 1, did SG fire the warning shot to
break up a fight betwe n the raqis or between Iraqis and soldiers?
A. I wasn't there. lie
Q. Why was SPC punching and kicking the Iraqi?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. How was the Iraqi zip-tied?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Were his feet restrained?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Was he struck after he was zip-tied?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Was he struck while he was in the Bradley vehicle?
A. I wasn't there.
, .... ,• • . _ . z
A. I wasn't there. 7
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ATEMENT (Continued)
Q. Is there anyway one oflhe warning shots hit the Iraqi?
A. I wasn't there b-7C-Iftb 6,
as he time the-young Iraqi was in c-ustody?
A. I wasn't there.
Q. Did you ever see any women/children shot during the deployment?
A. No.
Q. Did you ever go through an area and kill everyone you found?
A. No.
Q. Did you ever witness or receive instructions to kill people and not to take EPW's?
A. No.
Q. Is le anything we haven't talked about here today already that you feel is important to this investigation?
A.
Q. How were you treated here today during this interview?
A. G Q. DDoo you hay 7a
/; a
ing else to add to this statement?
Pi CI -,- C SicNVercNV//111/1/ Je4b6P ci
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, HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMEN
al BEGINS ON PAGE 1, AND ENDS ON PAG . I FULLY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE
BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE. I HAVE INITIALED ALL CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF EACH PAGE
CONTAINING THE STATEMENTA HAVE!, MADE THIS STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BE OR REWARD. WITHOUT
THREAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR
WITNESSES
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to
administer oaths, this 5th day of May 2004
at 44th ' 98433
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS n g
, W (TAyp —i l- l--m w- - ___
SA (Typed Name _
Article 136, UCMJ
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DETAILS
BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION:
About 0950, 3 May 04, this office received a Request for = istance (RFA) from the 86 th Military Police (MP)
Detachment (DET), 3 rd MP Group, USACIDC, Fort Be g, Georgia. 05 (FBGA), requesting this office
locate, fully identify, and interview SGT
pecial Forces Training (SFAS),
Infantry Battalion, FBGA, regarding
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About 1341, 12 May 04, SA
advised SGT-of his legal rights, which he waived and
provided a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the incident in which an Iraqi was detained, but not
abused or shot. (See attached sworn statement for details.)
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clarified the term "ho tie" as to only having the
hands of the detainee restrained. Further, SGT
pretty sure the detainee walked on his own back to Meir vehicle.
STATUS: This investigation is being closed within the files of this office. No further investigative activity is
anticipated.
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Fort Bragg, NC 28310 (FBNC), formerly assign' to oiripany,
his knowledge of possible enemy prisoner of war (EPW) abuse and the shooting of an unarmed Iraqi, while
being deployed in Iraq.
DETAILS:
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ervieWed Mr.
ormerly SSG as sigia fo B Co, 1/15 InflIft, Fort
Benning, GA _who provided a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the Playboy article.
Mr. stated he present at Midtown/Ambush Alley, but did not see the EPW's
mistreated, SPC ater told him that he had spit on them and put his hand in the wound,
but Mr. ould not recall the specifics of the conversation. Mr.11111111tated he
continue on with his mission, so he did not have direct observation while the EPW's were in
custody. Mr. tated he did not see any women killed, but he shot a young boy while at
Midtown. He staled a man with an AK-47 was runnin down the street and he was shot. A little
boy came out to the body to get the weapon. Mr. tated he fired warning shots to
scare the boy away and make him go back inside but he picked up the weapon and aimed it at b44-."1
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1111141.1tated they did fire at vehicles that (90" hisquad, therefore he shothe boy. Mr.1
disregarded the roadblocks, but he did not see any women or children in the vehicles. He stated
they generally did not check the vehicles because they were too far away from their position. Mr.
—stated he did see SP , with the plastic skull that he found at the school and he
aecorated it. Mr. stat e id not see SPCIIIIIIIIIwith the gold toilet or the jeweled
box. Mr. stated he was not present when the young Iraqi from the article was taken
into custo y, and id not have any direct 1m w about soldiers havin sex while
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prostitutes while deployed, but he could not recall who told ee statement for details)
About 1400, 14 May 04, SA NM interviewed Mr.
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(formerly SPC assigned to B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn Fort Benning, GA] currently incarcerated at
itill uscogee County Jail, in the presence of his defense attorney Mr 704460
fd Avenue, Columbus, GA 31909. Mr. ated he was present at
Midtown/Ambush Alley and they were tas ed wi clearing buildings. He stated he shot a man
coming out of a window with a weapon, and later pulled security on him to make sure he was no
Velof' t longer a threat. Mi11111111111recilii da Tb—-h---gitih-e----injured EPW and the enthat wag
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stripped naked being guarded by S COMM and another soldier, but he could not recall who.
He stated he did not observe them long and did not see anyone mistreat the EPW's. Later SPC
told him that he stepped on the one EPW's testicles and put his hand in the wound of the
injured EPW, but he did not directly see that occur. Mr.
he was.npt present 7e/1.146
when the younger and older Iraqi were fi tin and did not believe SPC was there either
-since-they were in_the same track- ated he did not see STP attempt
to steal a gold toilet, but did see him with a jeweled box. Mr. stated the box was a
novelty box, the kind that people sell on the side of the road for $10.00, with fake jewels on it.
He stated SPC1011110was told to leave it on the side of the road. He stated the jewels were
definitely not real. Mr. tated he did see the skull the SPC ecorate
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believed it-Was a medkal skull thatthey found at-the college it was *ached white, and there
- was no way the skull was from an Iraqi during the war. Mr
ed he heard about
members of third squad having sex while at the mall. PFC
him that he had sex, 7e., 4:654
but it was only rumors he heard about others having sex. Mr.
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state
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th d he was never
under the impression that the girls were raped. Mr. ____
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women or children killed, he heard there were, but never ctu y saw any. Mr. b4c.t-t
41 stated the unit did not kill everyone and he never heard of anyone that killed people just so ey 1017
didn't have to take any EPW's. Lastly Mr. 1Mtated he used no more than four
magazines during the deployment, and felt it was i=Tay that SPS ` and SPC
wisp used as many magazines as the article alleged. bolz
About 1020, 18 May 04, SA MI= interviewed PV2
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HHC, 1/15th Inf Bn (formerly7M;nr e7l to B Co, 1/15 th Inf. ort Beniung, 1 05 who
provided his knowledge of the Playboy article. PV2 stated he was resent at
Midtown/Ambush Alley when the EPW's were taken into custody._PV2 ted
PV2
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EPW's were taken upstairs anadn were being guarded by SPC111111111Pind SPC
stated he went to unload ammunition from a truck, so he did not o serve e EPW's Ia Rer atO point. During the time he did observe them, he did not see anyone mistreat them. PV2
an area and cause a lot of damage, but they did not
intentionally kill everyone within a four-block radius. He stated they only killed people who
were combatants, and even then, they would fire a warning shot at them first, because most of
them would drop their weapons and run away. PV2 NM stated they took a lot of EPW's
during the deployment. He stated he did not directly see any Women or children killed, but had
heard rumors about dead women and children on a bus. PV2 stated they did fire at
vehicle but most of the time they would turn around or would run om e vehicle. He did not
see women or children killed inside the vehicles, but he did not go and check any vehicles. PV2
tated he did not see SPOON/it/with a skull, gold toilet or je_w . e_l ed box. During the
ayo prior movidt Itrirgrilieonlyitems-he savtin-SPCIMit-Possession was a t.
shirt, and some rank. PV2
stated he was present when the young Iraqi was taken into
custody, but he was down t e street. PV2 ted they placed the young Iraqi in
&I
custody and restained his arms. He walked over to e Bradley, but PV2
could not
say what t e of treatment he received in there as he was assigned to a different radley.
PV2 76.4‘
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dunng the night, but he was not beaten during that time frame. PV2
ed he was
and PFC
certain theyoung Iraqi was not shot. PV2 stated both S
told him directlythat they had sex with a prostitute while athe-ma an d they
paid her $10.0 . PV2 stated he heard a minor that SPC OW') had sot with
one of the two girls, but he was not told that directly by SPC PV2 stated
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his murder.
Midtown/AmbusYAiley.
coordinated with Mr ._-- --
attorney for SPC ,who declined to have his client inetrviewde.
ache About 1435, 20 May 04, SA interviewed PFC
B Co, 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 3105 (currently incarcerated
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ted at the Muscogee
lti 1C1o1un/ ty Jail, Columbus, GA). PFC he observed the two EPW's at
Midtown/Ambush Alley, but only fora short time: He stated he did not see any direct abuse but
later SPCIIIIIIPtold him he stuck his hand in the guys wound and was laughingabout it, he
also heard rumors that SPCA stepped on one of the EPW's testicles. PFC
stated he did not directly see any women and children killed but heard about a van that had 7C/4
women and children in it that was fired upon. PFC 111111111111, stated all of the vehicles his ,6,b,
team shot at that disobeyed the road blacks turned around or the occupants ran from the vehicle.
PFC Mated they only fired upon people who fired upon them or they felt were a
threat. PFC stated he was present when the young Iraqi and older Iraqi were
„.. _ t invo v ee-the-disturbance but was not directly
ti ' involved. He stated the young Iraqi was taken into custody, but he was not shot or hog-tied.
PFC stated he observed the young Ir i walk to the Bradley, and stated SPC
gimpwas not present during this incident. PFC stated he later was assigned to
guard the young Iraqi back at the barracks area. The prisoner complainedd about his zip-ties
being too tight, so they cut them off and put on a new set. PFC tated he did see to 7.c."(1
SPC with the medical skull and it was definitely not rea he had found it at the school.
He also saw SPC110111110w with a old toilet seat that he removed from a house, but he was told he
could not take it. PFC tated at the same house SPC found the toilet seat,
he also observed SP _ _ . a jewela1;6TC e saveir1i1 S1317111i1_1111110Fra6 n, bin d1tt not
see what he did with it. When they had inspections he never saw the box, and never saw the box
outside of that house. About 1535, 20 May 04, PFC as advised of his rights,
which he waived and admitted he had sex with a prostitute while at the mall. He stated he heard
a noise in the hallway and went to see what was going on. He saw the women, but did not know
how they got into the mall area. He was told they were prostitutes. He stated he went to a
ne-of-the girls. She-took off her clothes,_and then took off PFC
101('Lli
clothing. She provided him with a condoms They kissed and she fondled him,
IderA thin they had intercourse. He paid her $5.00 and stated there was no for involved. She was
not crying or scared. She knew what she was doing. PFC stated he did not
directly see anyone else have sex with the women, but SPC ld him he did. PFC
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Ft Benning, GA 31905
Signature: r — h q Date: 9 Jun 04 Exhibit:
CID Form 94
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CID Regulation 195-1
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om_CBS_News, about and the four soldiers accused of -
also asked about the actions of the Battalion Commander during
About 1100, 20 May 04, SA
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About 0915, 21 May 04, SA interviewed CPT ITHC,
3/75th Ranger Regiment (formerly Conunander of B Co, 1/15-
nnmg, GA who
provided a sworn statement detailing his knowledge of the allegations in the Playboy article.
CPT stated he was aware of the fact that they took prisoners at Midtown/Ambush
Alley, ut e was not directly involved. He further stated he had no knowledge of the young
Iraqi that was taken into custody. He did state he would check on the prisoners they did have in
their custod and he did not recall any prisoner's shot while staying at the airborne barracks.
CPT
tated he did see SPCIIIIIB_P vith a skull and made him get rid of it, which
16, 4 he did on the spot. CPT
stated he was unaware of any gold toilet or jeweled box,
but stated he took looting ve senous and tried to stay on top of any situations that arose
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e_was unaware of any soldiers having sex
while deployed. He stated t --e soldiers were rarely alone. He was informed that there were
prostitutes several weeks after they left the mall, but he was informed by a platoon leader from a
different section, so he did not believe his soldiers had access to the prostitutes. CPT
krl-c stated he was aware of women and children being killed during the war, but they
(0(71 were in vehicles that were speeding toward a roadblock, or had weapons firing at them. CPT
id not feel his unit was firing at everyone or "killing everything within a fourb
ock radius". He stated they would contact him over the radio to get clearance to shot at
someone who was firing upon them, which was clearly an area where they could engage them.
He stated they-tho-k prsorers -dirWyb-iftlie-did=trot feel theyiNcrc shootng-peoplgag
did not have to take them as EPW
W
's. (See statement for details)
interviewed Mr.
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(formerly SPC assigned to o, 1/15 InfBn, Fort,
Etenning,_CLA) who related information about the allegations in the article. Mr.
le, (r _stated_hewaspresent at Midtown/Ambush Alley. He was assigned to SG squ raid b--44...q
botp
was involved with the ca tune of the two EPW's. Mr. guarded-the-Wo IrsiTS With tbco.--41
SPC11110.and SPC He stated he did not see anyone abuse the EPW's while he was
present. He stated SPC _ may have spit on one of them, but he was not certain. He was
positive he did not see SPCINNipput his hand into the injured EPW's wound, as he stated that
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tale suspected SPC also had se but he never gave him a- --
answer and would joke around about it. PFC ted he Was not sure if SSG
Was aware of the incident, but a few days later, SSG hook his head at PFC
hicb he thought meant he knew what occurred. PFC fated
SFC Platoon Ser eant, never said anything to him to
indicate -Yid Was a e'sibiatiOn. PFC stated he was unaware of any other
soldiers having sex while deployed.
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Signature:
4l Date: 9 Jun 04 Exhibit: 3
86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
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Special Agent,IIIII 62—
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT 0147-04-C1D013-6439
CID Regulation 195-1
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-would-have-grossed_him_outand he wnnld have remembered: When asked about bum marks to- -
the injured EPW's face. SPC stated the EPW had bum marks on his face prior to
capture. He assumed the burns were frail the same thing that injured his arm/shoulder. Mr.
he was involved with the capture of the young Iraqi who was involved in a disturb -kid6 with an
older Ira i. He stated he heard the warning shots fired by SSGIIIMand came to assist.
SSG as instructing the Iraqi to lie on his stomach, but the Iraqi would not comply.
Mr. _tated he got the guy to the ground and kicked him a couple of times to get him
to comply. He then placed him in fleixcuffs and escorted him to a Bradley. He did not see what
occurred once he was put into the Bradley. Mr.1.1111111Vated the young Iraqi was not shot
or hog-tied. He admitted he kicked him, but stated once lie compliedand was in custody, he was
not abused or struck. He did see the EPW later at their barracks area, but he did not know what
happened to him after that. Mr. illallifstated he was not at the mall with his squad when
they had sex with the prostitutes, but he heard about it after the fact. Mr. tated SPC
e id riot see SPC—withthe skull, a gold toilet or a jeweled box. Mr. tated (64 stated he did not see SPCIngstrike either EPW. Mr. er stated'-'`1
told him directly that he paid the • 1 $10.00 for sex and that they went into one of
also paid for a prostitute, but could not
so informed him he had sex with the
what transpired. Mr.
tv-4.c.-q eve one in a four-block radius. They did check houses, but th -63/ id not kill the occupants: Mr.
sworn statement.
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aIIIIIIIIIIIWattorney for PV2 Co, 1/15 Bn, Fort
Benning, GA (currently incarcerated at the Miiicogee Count umbus, GA) who stated
his client declined to be interviewed pertaining to this investigation.
CID Form 94
FOR OFFI USE ONLY
1
the rooms at the mall. He believed PFC
recall for sure. Mr. IIIIIIIIgstated SP
did not believe they forced the women to 'ave sex. e stated he did not know if
SSG or S were aware of the incident, but did not believe they knew. Mr.
-stated he fiact witnessed a man come to the mall in the past and offer prostitutes to
the soldiers. Mr. 1111111111/stated he did see dead women and children in the street of Iraq, but
could not say who killed them. He was in the back of the Bradley so he did not see much, just
the after effect. He stated it was difficult to distinguish between men and women because they
were burned, but you could tell some were children due to their size. Mr tated he
did not see any women or children killed directly, but hear_ d that they were in vehicles that were
firing at the unit, and were kibsequently engaeecr Mr. 111111111111rWtherwer kilted—
toe-Lt further stated they did not kill any injured Iraqi's so the didn't have to take them as the
he stated they took many EPW's during the conflict Mr. eclined to give a
10:10e/1 ke4-c-ci b& -‘
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CID Regulation 195-1
0147-04-CID013-6 43 89
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About 0905 Jun-04, SA advised SGT ofhis rights which -
he waived and attempted to acrinirastef a polygraph report, but was unableto complete the test
due to the medical condition of SGT
(See rights waiver and polygraph report
for details). ///LAST ENTRY/// Tztekbei
86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
Date: 9 Jun 04 Exhibit:
Signature:
CID Form 94
FOR 0 IAL USE ONLY Vo
DODDOACID 008454
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For use of this form, see AR 190-45; the proponent agency is ODCSOPS
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY:
Title 10 USC Section 301; Title 5 USC Section 2951; E.O. 9397 dated November 22. 1943 (SSKI.
.RINCIPAL PURPOSE:
To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by wlich information may be accurately identified.
FTUTTNrUSES:"
Your social security number tsmsed as an adifitionalialtemate means of identification to facilitate fling and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE
Disclosure of your social security number is voluntary.
, WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
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STATEMENT OF
10 May 04 CONTINUE
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e E W's at midtown dressed in any type of uniform?
Q: Did you believe the men to be part of the Iraqi Army?
A: They were Fedayeen. They were like from Syria and Jordan and other places. They
were not organized. I don't think they were part of Sadams Army.
Q-: Did you directly see anyone mistreat the El"W's?
A: No.
Q: How long were they in your sight?
A: Not long, we took them from inside the building to outside in the street, once out in
the street that is when I went to check out the bus.
Q: Did you see the EPW's at any other time?
A: I saw them when they were getting escorted down to the 1SG's track, that was the last
I saw them.
Q: Did you see any burn marks on the EPW's?
Q: What did tell you he did to the EPW's?
A: No. tibb"4
- A-: He told me he kicked them and spit on them and cussed at them. He didn't tell me he
burned them.
Q: Who told you he burned the EPW?
A: I don't remember.
Q: How old was the child you killed?
A: Four or five probably.
Q: Did you see any other women or children killed during the deployment?
A: Not directly. I didn't see any. I saw a school bus that had been shot up and it had
women, kids, and men.
Q--.115rUTyohompany Shoff thetue
A: No, it was already shot up when we passed it.
Q: Did you see any other women and children killed?
A: No.
Q: Did you see any women and children killed at a checkpoint/roadblock?
A: I don't know if they were or not. We only checked a few, if they were way far out
there we didn't go and check.
Q: Do you know of any other soldiers having sex while deployed?
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Q: Did you see SPC a gold toilet?
A: No.
A: No.
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Q: Did you see with a jeweled box?
A: No. ‘4• 4
Q: Would you have known i had a jeweled box?
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STATEMENT OF
., TAKEN AT BUILDING 108, FBGA, DATED
10 May 04 CONTINUED:
A: Yes, we checked all the bags 3 or 4 times_beforeleaving Iraq and searched the
Bradley's throughoutly, so if he had it we would have fd=ditTplus -the-Mrs chccked usbefore
we put our bags in the connex.
Q: Do you know of anyone that killed someone so the didn't have to take them as an
EPW?
A: No.
Q: How many magazines did you use during the deployment?
A: At the most three.. Zfkieft
Q: In the article it stated sed 8 magazines and used y-12, do you
think that is accurate?
A: No.
Q: Were you present when a young Iraqi who was fighting with a younger Iraqi was
taken into custody?
A: No, I was not th r . hh
Q: Woul a eetliThrre?
A: No. 1.0"4-9- i9 LI
Q: Who was with Jule guarding the EPW's from midtown?
A: — xilbk(6
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A: Yes, he got it out of the supply room at the college, he painted it like black and red
and put a knife through it and wrapped barbed wire around it and put it on a pole.
Q: Was the skull real?
A: No. It makes him sound demented with the skull, but he just made stuff. He made
lanterns out of coke bottles and kerosene. He was always thinking weird stuff. He was
resourceful; he also carried a short-wave radio, that is the only way we kept up with what
was going on from BBC.
Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement?
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WHICH BEGIN 1, AND ENDS ON PAGE
. I FULLY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE
BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE. I HAVE INITIALED ALL CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF EACH PAGE CONTAINING THE STATEMENT. I HAVE MADE THIS
STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REWARD, WITHOUT THREAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE. OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.
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AFFIDAVIT
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to
administer oaths, this I o day of i^-'6∎1
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ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
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that I arrange for at my own expense, or it I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be
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rated for me before any questioning begins
now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present. I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak
privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below
about the 1
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Section_ B. _ Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer lust
and
IL
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE
Section C. Non-waiver
I do not want to give up my rights
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SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
without having a lawyer present with me
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEAAENT
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PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Title 10 USC Section 301; Title 5 USC Section 2951; E.O. 9397 dated November 22, 1943 (SR•
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE
To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
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STATEMENT OF
DATED 21 Ma 04 CO
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AKEN AT BUILDING 108, FBGA,
Q: Wfere the individuals you were fighting against Iraqi soldiers?
A: They were not soldiers, they were not in the Iraqi Army, they were just combatants to
us.
Q: Were you close enough to the prisoners at Midtown to see any injuries?
A: I saw the half-moon injury to the one mans shoulder, but that is it.
Q: Did you see any burn marks on the EPW's face?
A: No.
Q: Did you have contact with any prisoners while staying at the airborne barracks?
A: Yes.
Q: Were any of those prisoners injured/shot?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever hear of a prisoner that was shot, hog-tied and beaten?
A: No.
Q: Were you present when
A: No.
Q: Did you ever see
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Q: Were you aware that soldiers had sex while guarding the mall?
A: No.
Q: Were you aware there were prostitute Iraqi?
A: No, well a detached platoon leaders-Told me way after we left the shopping mall, that
some Iraqi had told them about a whore house. He wasn't in my sector and didn't work
for me at the time, so I wasn't too concerned about keeping my guys away from it.
Q: Was there any policy to check vehicles that had been fired upon?
A: No. If we were at a static blocking position and the vehicle was in an area we didn't
iti---1-fw-e-wer-e-tu ard- into an area that a _
vehicle was shot at to occupy that area, then we would check it.
Q: Do you have anything to add to your statement?
A: No. ///END OF STATEMENT/0i 761/&,,,
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DATE: jig 04 TIME: co 7 .
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SSAN: GRADE / STATUS: SGT
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RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
The investigator whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States Army Criminal Investigation
CommandIcial fAge nt and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am
suspected/a • False Swearing regarding Assault aannd Mistreatment of EPWs///
Before he/she
ed me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the
following rights:
I. I do not have to answer questions or say anything.
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3. (For personnel subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after
questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange
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to stop answering questions at any time or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the
waiver below.
5. COMMENTS:
I understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and make a
statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.,
AUTHORITY:
PRINCIPLE PURPOSE:
ROUTINE USES:
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LOCATION: Fort Benning, GA
FILE NUMBER: 0147-04-CID013-
NAME (Last, First MI):
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NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
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Signature of Interviewee:
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FORT RRAGO,,_NC 2831075000
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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
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CID Regulation 195-1
S i ec' Agent in Charge, this office,
coordinated this investigation with CPT 3d Military o ice roup
Judge Advocate, Fort Gillem, GA who relafed there was insufficient evidence to establish
probable cause to believe that SPC.01111Pommitted any offense. Further, he advised there
was insufficient evidence to establish that the other listed offenses occurred as alleged in the
article.
About 1400, 7 Jul 04, SA riefed CPT
About 1400, 22 Jul 04, SA riefed LTC1111=1Y///
Fort Bending, GA on the outcom-e of this investigation. ///LAST
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on the results of this investigation.
1-NC43:Rmmander, 1/15 th Inf Bn,
86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
Aboutt 000 24 Jun 04- SA
- Signature: miT IraTE:" 27 ru104 ET(Mbit 3
CID Form 94
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FROM SAC USACIDC 86TH MP DET FT BENNING GA
DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA//
CDR USACIDC 3D MP GRP FT GILLEM GA
CDR USACIDC DIST FT BENNING GA//CIRC-BA//
CDR, 1/15TH, 3/3D ID
CDR, 3D BDE, 3D ID
CHIEF CRIMINAL LAW (SJA)
CHIEF OF STAFF - USAIC, FORT BENNING, GA
GARRISON COMMANDER, FORT BENNING, GA
PMO, (MP OPERATIONS), FT BENNING, GA
PROVOST MARSHAL, FT BENNING, GA
SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 86TH MP DET (CID)
TEAM CHIEF, GENERAL CRIMES, 86TH MP DET (CID) (SA
WPC, 86TH MP DET
CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP-ZA//
CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - 2D STATUS/SSI -
0147-2004-CID' - - 6E1ll1 TR. ti3 5(..1N t 5Y2Bt1
111111 111111111 gieibil
RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 01 MAR 2003, 0001 - 12 JUL 2003, 0000; UNKNOWN LOCATIONS, IRAQ
15-AER-700 4,09ffl_
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3. INVESTIGATED BY:
SA
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4. SUBJECT:
TXTIKNOWN SOLDIERS, ; 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
FORT BENNING, GA 31905; FC ; RAPE, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR), VIOLATION OF
GENERAL ORDERS (RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NFI)
5. VICTIM:
1. UNKNOWN IRAQI FEMALE, ; CIV; RAPE (NFI)
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2. UNKNOWN IRAQI MALE, ; CIV; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI)
3. UNKNOWN IRAQI CITIZENS, ; CIV; VIOLATION OF GENERAL ORDERS
(RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NFI)
4. UNKNOWN IRAQI SOLDIERS, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT
OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR) (NFI)
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.
2ND STATUS:
THIS STATUS REPORT WAS GENERATED TO LIFT THE RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION
OF THIS INVESTIGATION TO USACIDC CHANNELS ONLY. FURTHER, TO REPORT
INVESTIGATIVE FINDINGS.
A I H ORO U UH IN V ESTIGATION-OFTHE-BELOW-CITEEY ALLEGATIONS DID NOT
DEVELOP SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE TO PROVE OR DISPROVE THE ALLEGATIONS
OCCURRED AS WRITTEN IN THE PLAYBOY ARTICLE. AFTER CONDUCTING
NUMEROUS INTERVIEWS OF UNIT PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO B COMPANY, 1/15TH
INF, FORT BENNING, GA, THIS INVESTIGATION COULD NOT DETERMINE THE
ALLEGED INCIDENTS ACTUALLY OCCUR OR DID NOT OCCUR. FURTHER
COMPLICATING INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS WAS THE ALLEGED POTENTIAL
VICTIMS COULD NOT BE IDENTIFIED, LOCATED OR INTERVIEWED. IN ADDITION,
THERE ARE INDICATIONS THE AUTHOR OF THE ARTICLE DID NOT VERIFY OR
VALIDATE THE INFORMATION COLLECTED PRIOR TO PUBLISHING THE ARTICLE--
THE INDIVIDUALS QUOTED IN THE ARTICLE WERE INTERVIEWED AND THEY
INDICATED THEY DID NOT MAKE THE STATEMENTS IN THE ARTICLE, OR THEIR
STATEMENTS WERE TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT AND MISREPRESENTED.
FURTHER, OTHER MEMBERS OF B COMPANY, 1/15TH INF, WERE INTERVIEWED
_AND-THE-YINDICATED-THAT THE ARTICLE_WAS GROSSLY UNTRUE.
THE ARTICLE INDICATED THAT IRAQI WOMEN WERE RAPED BY UNIT MEMBERS.
IT WAS DETERMINED THAT APPROXIMATELY FOUR MEMBERS OF B COMPANY,
1/15TH INF, DID HAVE SEX WITH PROSTITUTES; HOWEVER, NEITHER THEY, NOR
ANY OTHER SOLDIERS INTERVIEWED ALLEGED ANY WOMEN WERE RAPED.
TWO OF THE SOLDIERS ADMITTED TO HAVING SEX WITH WOMEN AND PAYING
THEM; HOWEVER, STATED THERE WAS NO FORCE INVOLVED. THIS
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INFORMATION WAS TURNED OVER TO THE UNIT FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION.
IT WAS DETERMINED THAT THE AL LETION THAT AN IRAQI PRISONER WAS
SHOT IN THE LEG WHILE TRYING TO F
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EE, HOG-TIED AND BEATEN, COULD NOT
BE PROVEN OR DISPROVED AS PORTRAYED IN THE ARTICLE. HOWEVER,
INTERVIEWS INDICATED THAT THERE WAS A YOUNG IRAQI WHO WAS TAKEN
INTO CUSTODY AFTER HE FLED FR OM A DISTURBANCE WITH AN OLDER IRAQI,
FLEXI-CUFFED BEHIND HIS BACK AND TRANSPORTED IN A BRADLEY FIGHTING
VEHICLE. NONE OF THE INTERVIEWS REVEALED THAT HE WAS SHOT, HOG TIED,
OR BEATEN.
IT WAS FURTHER DETERMINED THAT WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE SHOT BY
UNIT MEMBERS AS CITED IN THE ARTICLE; HOWEVER, THEY WERE CONSIDERED
COMBATANTS. VEHICLES WOULD PENETRATE A ROAD BLOCK AND THE UNIT
WOULD FIRE WARNING SHOTS TO GET THE VEHICLE TO TURN AROUND. THERE
WERE INSTANCES WERE VEHICLES WOULD CONTINUE TOWARD THEIR
POSITIONS, AND THE UNIT WOULD FIRE INTO THE VEHICLE, KILLING THE
OCCUPANTS. IT WAS LATER DETERMINED THAT SOME OF THE VEHICLES
CONTAINED WOMEN AND CHILDREN, WHICH WAS UNKNOWN AT THE TIME OF
THE ENGAGEMENT.
INTERVIEWS DETERMINED THE UNIT DID NOT "LEVEL EVERYTHING IN A FOUR
BLOCK RADIUS", AND DID NOT KILL WOUNDE IRAQI SOLDIERS AS CITED IN
THE ARTICLE. THE UNIT TOOK SEVERAL EPW'
D
S FROM EACH ENGAGEMENT THEY
WERE INVOLVED IN AND WOULD OBTAIN CLEARANCE FROM THE UNIT
COMMANDER TO ENGAGE COMBATANTS. UNIT MEMBERS DID STATE THEY
WOULD GO HOUSE TO HOUSE AND LOOK FOR ENEMY SOLDIERS, BUT THEY DID
INTERVIEWS ALSO DETERMINED THE ONLY LOOTING THAT OCCURRED
INVOLVED WATCHES AND CIGARETTES, BUT THAT WAS QUICKLY RESOLVED BY
THE UNIT COMMANDER DURING THE WAR. THERE WERE ALLEGATIONS IN THE
ARTICLE THAT A UNIT MEMBER HAD A JEWELED BOX THAT WAS STOLEN, BUT
THERE WAS NO ONE THAT COULD SUBSTANTIATE THOSE ALLEGATIONS.
FURTHER ;THE ARTICLE ALL SAME UNIT MEMBER HAD AN IRAQI
SKULL POSTED ON A STICK OUTSIDE THEIR ENCAMPMENT. IT WAS
DETERMINED THE SKULL WAS A PLASTIC MEDICAL SKULL WHICH WAS
DECORATED AND POSTED AS A PRANK.
THERE ARE INDICATIONS THAT THE ALLEGATION OF ABUSE OF AN EPW WHILE
IN CUSTODY COULD HAVE OCCURRED; HOWEVER, THERE WERE NO DIRECT
WITNESSES AND THE SUSPECT IS DECEASED. THERE WAS NO CREDIBLE
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INFORMATION DEVELOPED SUFFICIENT ENOUGH TO SUBSTANTIATE THE
ALLEGATION.
INITIAL REPORT:
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED SUBSEQUENT REVIEW OF A MAY 2004
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE ARTICLE TITLED DEATH AND DISHONOR, WHEREIN
SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNING, GA 31905
ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
COMMITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES AGAINST IRAQI NATIONALS WHILE
DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION ENDURING FRE DOM IRA , AND
SUBSEQUENT A REQUEST FOR INVESTIGATION BY COL 9/340/
COMMANDER, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNING, GA 31905.
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED THAT THE ABOVE-CITED MAGAZINE
ARTICLE REFLECTED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE ALLEGED THAT
WHILE DEPLOYED TO IRAQ, SEVERAL SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 1/15TH
INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, COMMITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES
AGAINST IRAQI LOCAL NATIONALS AND SOLDIERS,
SOLDIERS WHO WERE QUOTED IN THE ARTICLE ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD
INFANTRY BRIGADE COMMITTED THE BELOW-CITED CRIMES: (EFFORTS TO
AUTHENTICATE THE VALIDITY OF THE QUOTES IN THE ARTICLE ARE ONGOING)
RAPED IRAQI FEMALE NATIONALS WHILE ON PATROL AND WHILE GUARDING A
MALL IN BAGHDAD.
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HOG-TIED HIM AND THREW HIM INTO A BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE WHERE
SEVERAL SOLDIERS PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED HIM WHILE HOG-TIED.
ASSAULTED SEVERAL EPW'S WHILE IN CUSTODY, AND DUG INSIDE WOUNDS OF
EPW'S WHILE THEY WERE INCAPACITATED.
COMMITTED RULES OF ENGAGEMENT VIOLATIONS, BY INDISCRIMINATELY
SHOOTING UNARMED CIVILIAN VEHICLES WHILE OPERATED AND OCCUPIED BY
LOCAL IRAQI CIVILIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. ADDITIONALLY, WOULD
"LEVEL EVERYTHING IN A FOUR BLOCK RADIUS" AFTER OTHER UNITS HAD
SAFELY PASSED THROUGH THE AREA.
THE ARTICLE ALSO ALLEGED POSSIBLE GENEVA CONVENTION VIOLATIONS,
SPECIFICALLY, SHOOTING WOUNDED IRAQI SOLDIERS.
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LASTLY, THE ARTICLE FURTHER ALLEGED LAKUENY
MISCONDUCT VIOLATIONS.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY THE 86TH MP DETACHMENT (CID), FORT
BENNING, GA 31905.
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. USACIDC REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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SA
DATE 16 APR 2004
PROM SAC USACIDC MP DE
TO: DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA//
CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP-ZA//
CDR USACIDC 3D MP GRP FT GILLEM GA
CDR USACIDC DIST FT BENNING GAIICIRC-BA//
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - INITIAL/SSI - 0147-2004-CID013 -64389
- 6E1D1 / 5C13 5C1N 5Y2B0
DRAFTER: led ha
RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 01 MAR 2003, 0001 - 12 JUL 2003, 0000; UNKNOWN LOCATIONS, IRAQ
2. DATE/TIME REPORTED: 15 APR 2004, 0900
3. INVESTIGATED BY:
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4. SUBJECT:
1. UNKNOWN SOLDIERS, ; 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
FORT BENNING, GA 31905; FC ; RAPE, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR), VIOLATION OF
.YY I
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5. VICTIM:
1. UNKNOWN IRAQI FEMALE, ; CIV; RAPE (NFI)
2. UNKNOWN IRAQI MALE, ; CIV; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI)
UNKN_OWN IRAQI CITIZENS, ; CIV; VIOLATION OF GENERAL ORDERS
(RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NFI)
4. UNKNOWN IRAQI SOLDIERS, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT
OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR) (NFI)
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
n.n UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.
REsTRICTFn DISTRIRT JTION: DUE TO THE SENSITIVITY OF THIS INVESTIGATION,
DISTRIBUTION OF THIS REPORT IS RESTRICTED TO USACIDC CHANNELS ONLY:
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED SUBSEQUENT REVIEW OF A MAY 2004
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE ARTICLE !TILED DEATH AND DISHONOR, WHEREIN
SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNING, GA 31905
ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
COM/vIITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES AGAINST IRAQI NATIONALS WHILE
DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION ENDURING FREEDO IRAQ; AND
SUBSEQUENT A REQUEST FOR INVESTIGATION BY COL 7666,3
COMMANDER, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNIN , GA 3190 .
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED THAT THE ABOVE-CITED MAGAZINE
ARTICLE REFLECTED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE ALLEGED THAT
WHILE DEPLOYED TO IRAQ, SEVERAL SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 1/15TH
INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, COMMITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES
AGAINST IRAQI LOCAL NATIONALS AND SOLDIERS.
OLDIERS-WHOAVERE-WOTED INAIIRARTICLE ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD
INFANTRY BRIGADE COMMITiED THE BELOW-CITED CRIMES: (EFFORTS TO
AUTHENTICATE THE VALIDITY OF THE QUOTES IN THE ARTICLE ARE ONGOING)
RAPED IRAQI FEMALE NATIONALS WHILE ON PATROL AND WHILE GUARDING A
MALL IN BAGHDAD.
SHOT AN UNARMED IRAQI NATIONAL IN THE LEG WHILE HE WAS FLEEING,
HOG-TIED HIM AND THREW HIM INTO A BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE WHERE
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ASSAULTED SEVERAL EPWS WHILE IN CUSTODY, AND DUG INSIDE WOUNDS OF
EPWS WHILE THEY WERE INCAPACITATED.
COMMITTED RULES OF ENGAGEMENT VIOLATIONS, BY INDISCRIMINATELY
SHOOTING UNARMED CIVILIAN VEHICLES WHILE OPERATED AND OCCUPIED BY
LOCAL IRAQI CIVILIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. ADDITIONALLY, WOULD
"LEVEL EVERYTHING IN A FOUR BLOCK RADIUS" AFTER OTHER UNITS HAD
SAFELY PASSED THROUGH THE AREA.
THE ARTICLE ALSO ALLEGED POSSIBLE GENEVA CONVENTION VIOLATIONS,
SPECIFICALLY, SHOOTING WOUNDED IRAQI SOLDIERS.
LASTLY, THE ARTICLE FURTHER ALLEGED LARCENY VIOLATIONS AND OTHER
MISCONDUCT VIOLATIONS.
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY THE 86TH MP DETACHMENT (CID), FORT
KENNING, GA 31905.
7. COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2
PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONEL ACTIONS AND AR
380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARAN
N
CES OF PERSONS UNDER
INVESTIGATION.
8. USACIDC REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.
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16 Apr 04
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MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITY
ACTION COMPLETED ACTION COMPLETED •
Obtain MP Report Sources targeted
NCIC entry on stolen prop Medical records requested
Film submitted for contact sheet Name check dispatched
Contact sheet submitted for photos Name check results received
16 Apr 04
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16 Apr 04
16 Apr 04
16 Apr 04
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16 Apr 04
16 Apr 04
16 Apr 04
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16 Apr 04
16 Apr 04
16 Apr 04
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INVESTIGATIVE STANDARDS
VICTIMS INTERVIEWED
EYE WITNESSES INTERVIEWED
EVIDENCE DEPOSITED .. •
LAB REQUESTS. . • .
RFA'S SENT OUT
MEANINGFUL INV ACTIVITY
WA. FOLLOW UP: • •
KNOWN SUBJ FINALS
UNFOUNDED FINALS
UNKNOWN SUBJ FINALS
ACTION TAKEN
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(CID Regulation 195-1) 0147-04-CID013
TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
16 Apr 04 Informed by SAC to initiate ROI to look into
T' o/ allegations in Playboy article.
Reviewed Article, see AIR.
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1130, 16 Apr 04 bout 1130, 16 Apr 04, SA interviewed SPC 139041
levhbi 04, ho provided a sworn statement that "(
stated he had sex with an Iraqi female. He did not kb
know if she was raped or a prostitute and believed
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other members of squad also had sex with
the women. SPC stated SGTIIIIIIralso stated he
tt7it was trying to get prostitutes, but SPC did not
have any further information. SPC to ed he did
not witness any mistreatment of EPW's or killing of
innocent civilians while he was in Iraq.
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1450, 16 Apr 04 About 1500, 16 Apr 04, SA advised SPC iiii
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of his rights which he invoked and requested legal
counsel.
1700, 16 Apr 04 Developed IP and assembled case file.
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mistreatment of EPW-one arm EPW
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COMPLETED
MIS ELLANEOUS ACTIVITY
ACTION
ACTION COMPLETED
Obtain MP Report Sources targeted
Medical records requested
Name check dispatched .
Name check results received
NCIC entry on stolen prop
Film aubrnitted for contact sheet .
Contact sheet submitted for photos
CONTACTS/PHONE. NUMBERS INVESTIGATIVE STANDARDS
VICTIMS INTERVIEWED
EYE WITNESSES INTERVIEWED
EVIDENCE DEPOSITED
LAB REQUESTS
RFA'S SENT OUT
MEANINGFUL INV ACTIVITY
RFA FOLLOW UP
KNOWN SUBJ FINALS
UNFOUNDED FINALS
UNKNOWN SUBJ FINALS
ACTION TAKEN
24 hours
24 hours
1 duty day
5 duty days
5 duty days
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15 duty days
15 duty days
15 dutytlays
30 ell days
30 cal days
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
D: tck.ckVcret CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE REVIEW -
INITIAL REVIEW.
CIntel Actions accomplished based on initial review of ac liorr
A Personnel data of entities entered into ACIRSICIntel
Cintel coding for entities, property, locations, and categories
provided in database.
C. Database reveals previous incident reports applicable to this
action.
Remarks:
D. Previous iricidentslreports matching modus operandi or
location.
Remarks:
E. Source Control Officer review results:
* Sources available within the location/unit/category of action. Y
• Lead Sheet forwarded to handler or case agent Y /fi
F. Property entries completed in Cintet module, identified to owners, Y /),Or
entered into NCIC, and coded as appropriate to action.
G. AAS entries reflect additional details, queries, and developments. Y /(0
FL 2701 issued to victim/witness, coded and linked to collection folder.
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4. Re-interview (assigned TDS at RUCKER, needed
to give him time to meet with him) b •ci
5. RFA sent to interview Almigand
6.r ETS'd but lives at Warner Robbins,
currently on vacation, will be back 17 May 04.
7. interview postponed to this week, attorney
agree to et us interview him.
8. Contacted attorney has not called back
41& l.t
,044F
with response for interview. c-
9. Still need to contact
locate attorney.
ttorney, and
bq-c- 4 -4
10. May need to send RFA to interview he was
present but so far no significant activity on his
part, just another witness. Will discuss with SAC the
need, or possible telephonic interview.
1010,11.
1041 SFC was the pitt, he is deployed,
unknown w at unit he deployed with. This would be for
thoroughness, I don't believe he has significant
information to add, just confirm what has already been
said. blx-- `-1
12. On IP to interview cousin with website) and
MINI( s girlfriend), and ho 16-14-14 i 66,44
allegedly was aware of prostitutes, will discuss need
for interviews with SAC
13. Coordinate with SJA/
14. Need to discuss prostitute issue with SAC.
To SAC for review.
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1645, 10 May 04
Wheat
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0900, 11 May 04
iabbi
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1100, 11 May 04
-MO
:15
1400, 11 May 04
X-Ib01
him on status, discussed
if the chain of command
leader was, but 1SG was
longer in the Army.low
arrested, and
transferred to USAIC,
-ci
SO
0147-04-CID013
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SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY ILA( tb&-(1 TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
1300, 10 May 04
111111111 -1141
3:00
SA interviewed Mr (formerly SSG( ) who
provided a sworn statement det iling his knowledge of
the Playboy article. Mr stated he did not see
any EPW's mistreated, but t. d him what he did
(cuss, spit, push, etc). Mr further stated he
shot a little boy that was aiming a weapon at him, but
he did not see any other women/children killed. Mr
Illilli stated he was not present when the young Iraqi
was taken into custody and did not see the jeweled
box, or have any direct knowledge of soldiers having
sex (see AIR and stement for details)
'Vibe
at
7--1/M4
Contacted Mr IIIIIIIII to set up interview of
not, in left message for him to contact this office.
r4(
Mr111111_
T4X444
Coordinated with Mr 11.111111 who stated
could be interviewed at 1400, 14 May 04.
Contacted CPT who stated he was in planning
meetings and could not get free for 2-3 hours for the
CID interview. Stated he would contact SA
later in the week to set up a time. th
e4Q.A
Contacted CPT .o brief
prostitution issue. He asked
was aware of it, stated squad
not. Verified is no
as already out when
and were interpost
he did not know the,r status.
Looked up
listings.
n Atlanta on internet, several
htv
Located
first name
was in 1st
in NY (in squad, unit stated
Contacted who stated he
a oon, not 3rd platoon.
was in 3rd Platoon.
7-141/44 /e4444
Contacted 1SG Imp who stated was still at
EIB site testing, so he would not be available until
next week. Set up interview for Monday. Determined
was part of HHC. 1SG UM stated
was pending medical discharge for mental health !!Wq
111111111
issues. He was pretty bad, in that when he was not at
appointments, the unit has him on convelesant leave.
Discussed with SAC to write off interview of
as final C. He was never named specifically for any
issues, lust in the squad and could verify information 08
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
5th Rgr)
out of Army, on vacation, returns on 17 May to Warrenr Robbins)
was out at EIB)
endin • TDS issue
an
IP:
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yC4
ow
provided by others.
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Contacted Mr attorney) who stated he
did not have a chance to talk to his client about the
interview, but he would get back to this office by
next week. Mr11111111Wrovided a POC # for Mrillillas
101-e--
Contacted Mr attorney) and
explained request for interview an investigation. Mr
1111111Istated he was aware of the article but had not
read it. Mr IIIIIIIItated he would talk to his client
and get back to this office.
C" •3
Contacted Mr office, not in, left message for
him to contact this office.
Received information report from Ft LEWIS with
statement of Posted to file.
14, bvd
Contacted by Mr attorney) and explained
request for interview. Mr stated he was familiar
with the article. Mr -xplained the mental status
of and wanted to get guidance prior to
allowing the interview. Mr1111116id not decline, but
stated he would get back to this office next week.
Provided e-mail to SAC with update of activity.
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1 4 MAY 2004
111111
TO SAC.
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• LAILA1 ! Control Number
(CID Regulation 195-1) 0147-04-CID013
TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
14 May 04, 0900
1111111 Vidal
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14 May 04, 1400
WW W
2:00
17 May 04, 0900
MIMI, 4126/
17 May 04, 0915 MN/ 1c/4/
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17 Ma 04, 0945
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17 May 04, 1250
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17 Ma 04, 1550
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17 May 04, ],inigtv
Mar 5 Wi
17 May 04, 160Q
11111111 :5 7e/ 476I
17 Ma 04, 1610
:10 /NW
18 Ma 04, 1000
0 /eA46/
18 Ma 04, 1020
Vi66,
1:00
SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
Contacte by Ft Bragg CID, informed interview with SGT
s completed, nothing new or different from
other interviews.
/4W
About 1400, 14 May 04, SA interviewed
in the presence of his attorney pertaining to the
article. 111111111stated he was present at Ambush
Alley/Midtown, but he did not see anyone abuse the
EPW's. IIIIIMplater told him what that he stepped on
the guys testicles and put his hand in the wound.
(See AIR for details) W4ek4',54f-
Send E-mail to CPT to set up interview this
week.
Attempted to contact 1SG to interview
no answer, sent e-mail to ave him come in at 1400, 17
May 04.
7CAK4W
Contacted 1SG MEM informed Iliallirwas not
available today. Scheduled him for 0900, 18 May 04.
XAA*4 ,4/i6'06
Contacted 11111.11residence, MEM, still not
back from vacation, should be back today.
Attempted to contact CPT UNIOW, not in, left
message for him to contact this office.
atet Attempted to contact CPT gi a' ttoo determine status
ofri, no in, sent e-mail to check on status.
(1)66044
Attempted to contact Mr attorney),
not in, left message for him to contact this office.
Attempted to contact SJA, in court-martial today.
.7.CmV. .... beo 27CO30-
Attempted to contact Mr Mr Mr
and CPT no answers. Left messages flillit
IMINIff
to contact this o fice.
leitel,
Interviewed who stated he was at midtown, but
did not see IeI IEIPPW 's abused. He further stated:he .
was present with the young Iraqi, but he was not shot
4.44(
Attempted to contact SPC.101. not in.
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19 May 04, 1230
/6/100/
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fi AGENTS ACT IVI TY-SUNSIAR
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
19 May 04, 1000
11111111
-rd
or hog-tied prior to being put in the Bradle . PV27e04,
tated he was told directly by and
that the had sex with prostitutes while at
the mall. stated he did not see the skull,
toilet or jeweled box. He did not see any women or
children killed (See AIR)
MA(
Contacted by Mr ffice (attorwIaAr
and informed ould not be
available for in interview until after the trial.
-recibkci
Briefed CPT on file. Stated he would like
copies of statement due to the possible visibility of
the case.
Reviewed and corrected AIR'S to provide to SJA.
Contacted Mr IIIIIII,who stated he had not met with
1111111111bout the interview but would try and talk to
him this week. Attempted to contact Mr in
court, left message. Attempted to contact no
answer. Made copies of statements for SJA.
Spoke to Mr.
-t CLEC luncheon, stated
as scared. Explained the only information
I had that related to as the fact that he
solicited a prostitute, t e rest of the allegations
have not been substantiated. Mr. stated he
didn't have a problem with this office interviewing
him, but to call first before the interview takes
place.
Provided copies of AIR's and statements to CPT
SJA.
70,44744
Forwarded e-mail copy of article to MAIIIIII,
Attempted to call, on other line, will try later.
Have attempted numerous times to contact CPT
XO or ISG, no answer at unit. Need to get orders for
nd status of Am Attempted to contact
HH to locate B Co, no answer there either. - - - -
TIAW
Contacted by Mr...IP who stated his son had to
take his girlfriend back to VA and would not be back
until next week 24-25 May 04. Mr stated his
son would contact this office upon is return.
18 May 04, 1130
ORM Dad
18 May 04, 1400
11,1111
be
19 May 04, 1600
MEM /a/ha
:15
19 Ma 04, 1630
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1:00'
20 May 04, 0800
/0461/
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20 May 04
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A C, 'T. TITT
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, DATE , Ler: :
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AbePf‘
20 Ma 04,0 Contacted by Mr who stated ould be
*AV/ interviewed, but e did not discuss it with
:10 he stated if there was a problem to have
call him (pirNifo. r to the interview. ID1-c•4(bo.
20 May 04, 1000 CPT tated he would be at the CID office
1/00 1 about 0900, 21 Mg/0 4.
11111111, *44 /e-JibbP
20 iiiiiO4, 1100 Contacted by Mr office attorney) who
00/ declined to allow to be interviewed.
:10 70460'
20 May 04, 1130 Contacted by CPT who had IIIIII/with him in
/
the office. stated he was informed by his
attorney not to talk to anyone until he had a chance
to come to FBGA and talk to him, but has not
heard from him since. Requested contact the
attorney to determine when he wil e here. Later
called back and informed 1111111/Mwas unable to contact
his attorney. Unit training holiday for 21 May 04.
bee
20 May 04, 1400 Interviewed who stated he heard about the
2:30
OW article but had not read it, what he heard the article
said was inaccurate. stated he did see
toilet and jeweled box, that he was present when the
young Iraqi ran, but he was not shot or hog tied. He
did see the naked and injured EPW briefly, and 4111.
I& later told him he put his hand in the wound, but tna-ti
did not witness that. was advised
o is rights, which he waived an a fitted he had sex
with a prostitute, but there was no force involved.
He stated a few days later SSG 11111111rshook his head,
but never directly confronted him about it. He
assumed SSG ound out about, but did not think
the plt sgt, SG or CO knew about it. (See AIR)
-I
May 04, 1630 Briefed the DA, Ms on interview of
:20 Nkif IliprIFE-mailed her copy of the Playboy article.
leth&V
21 May 04, 0915 About 0915, 21 May 04, SA interviewed CPT
2:00
ribea/ who provided a sworn statement detailing6 - ,
is knowledge of the Playboy article. CPT
stated he knew about the prisoners at Midtown, ut i
not have any interaction with them. He further stated
he was aware of a car that was shot up (coming at road
block) and later determined to contain a young child.
CPT stated he was not aware of any soldiers
havi s x whi e deployed. (see AIR and statement).
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PENDING ACTIVITY
1. Determine status o
possible poly
2. Interview of
3. Locate
unit at For
(should be back this week)
supposedly deployed, need to locate
ragg to determine where he is. Will
454
TDS, re-interview and
send RFA once located.
4. Pending info report for interview of
(BRAGG)
5. Determine if can be interviewed, attorney
had not made decision.
6. SJA (provided statements/AIR's last week)
TO SAC
4 MAY 2004 SACHEVIEw
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Contacted Mr
AC VNTS ArTTVTTV SUMMARY
(CID Regulation 195-1)
Control Number
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
24 May 04, 1045
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24 May 04, 1220
WI" lei W
26 May 04, 0830
11.1111.1X/W
26 May 04, 0850
26 May 04, 1115
111011111 7614161
/0/11711
26 May 04, 1300
SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY 104464
Contacted Ft Bragg CID to locate SFC informed
they do not show him as signed into Fort Bragg. Will
try again at the end of the week to see if he has
signed in by then. EDAS has report date of 20 May 04,
computers may not be updated to show his status.
etihes,t, 4:49• 14
attorney) who stated he
talked to other, but was unable to see
due to issue at jail (meal time). Stated he
should see him today and to call back on Wednesday.
He anticipated that the interview would be okay, but
needed to talk to first.
101,G-3/b 47-5
Contacted by SPC TDA, CPT
Fort Rucker, who was concerned about
allirgetting in trouble for not telling anyone about
the abuse. Explained that the team leader and squad
leader were informed byiNIMIP upon their return so
ould not have been obligated to tell anyone,
y already knew about it.
Contacted CPT ho stated he did not intend to
take any action against allirtoi toi At telling anyone.
Contacted CPT SJA who stated he read the
statements but needed to confer with supervisor prior
to giving an opinion. CPT stated they were
not interested in prosecution of for not
telling therefore there would be no need for any type
of ammunity. 7CA/C4
bb4
Contacted CPT who still declined to have
interviewed stating concerns that he may
een obligated to stop the abuse. CPTIIIIIIII,
IIIIIII1Las not in any trouble at this point and the
only way he could get in trouble was by talking to
CID. Requested to have Trial Counsel call him to
discuss.
Rt-thi744
Attempted to contact CPT , not in, left
message for him to contact this office.
Contacted Mr ho stated he had not talked to
his client, and he was out of town, but he would have
an answer by Monday or go to the jail to get an
answer.
Attempted to contact no answer, left message
for him to contact this office.
25 May 04, 1500
:40
26 Ma 04, 1230
labld
:10
26 May 04, 1245
14'41
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26 May 04, 1445
9-1.-(.1kkr4
26 May 04, 1500
1011-1 1b6-1
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26 May 04, 1515
‘61.4%4 1t414
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26 May 04, 1645
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27 Ma 04, 0930
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27 May 04,1110
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27 Ma 04, 1330
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1 Jun 04, 1330
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1 Jun 04, 1345
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Coordinated with SJA who declined to provide an opine
since SPC 411110 was dead.
1014'4 ike-ti
Discussed with SAC who stated to coordinate with Group
SJA.
Attempted to contact Group SJA (DSN 797- ), no
answer, left message for them to contact this office.
Contacted by , set up interview for Tue or
Wed of next week.
Attempted to contact Group SJA, no answer, left
message for them to contact this office.
It appears unlikely that TDS will allow any interview
with but if they do I highly doubt they will
allo147777ygraph. Discussed with SAC poly of
1111111.11who stated to determine if we could poly
him on if 11111, in fact told him he abused the
prisoner and if he in fact saw the burns Aon the guys
face. Discussed poly with SA 11111111,WI ted he
would submit the request through CRC. Contacted SPG
who agreed to take the pol . Forwarded email
version of the article to SA and 2eitik/
provided with case file with statement and 44 on
9c4/466q,
Called Fort Bragg Post Locator, informed it takes 20+
days to be updated, provided #'s to 19 th and 82nd
detachment Replacement. Caled both rseplacement and
was informed by both they would check their records
and contact this office.
X343
Contacted MAJIMIrCommand SJA, and briefed her on
the case. She stated she would discuss the cases with
the other SJA's and get back to SA E-mailed
her a copy of the article.
7e4/
Contacted Group to locate SJA, on leave, provided POC
at Command.
Jun 1400
:5
b514.41 ► 6W
Attempted to contact
him to contact this office.
in, left message for
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
1 .J0u.n00040 1410
1111111111111m
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1 Jun 04, 1530
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1 Jun 04, 1700
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11111111111r
Contacted Ft Bragg Replacements again. 1SG
(19 th ) stated they were busy and he did not look it up
yet. Contacted 1SG for 82 nd who stated based upon line
numbers he is going to 19 th not 82nd . Waiting for lsg
Ifirto call back.
7-44 41i,
Attempted to contact Mr attorney, no
answer, left message for im to contact this office.
Attempted to contact theii iIiiire llps'i dence again, no
answer. 6444,44
Planned on going to on 2 Jun 04 (backup
duty on 1 Jun), to interview , unable to
contact to set up location and time. Case agent on
leave 3-8 Jun 04, will contact and conduct
interview upon return. 7e /
REMAINING LEADS
1. Interview 9etiobc,
2. Interview (pending attorney approval)
3. Reinterview (unlikely, pending TDS)
4. Locate an send RFA to BRAGG or
UZBECKISTA , was informed by command here he was
deployed, had report date to BRAGG of 20 May 04
according to EDAS. evhi, 54
5. Polygraph of (9 Jun 04), pending
approval.
6. Command SJA opine.
TO SAC.
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0 7 JUN 2004
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nImr
AGENTS ACTIVITY SUMMARY Control Number
(CID Regulation 195-1) 0147-04-CID013
TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
1 Jun 04, 1400
11111111. tih6d
2 Jun 04, 1330
WW1 001
2 Jun 04, 1500
WM. lei ha
8 Jun 04, 0830 Wig VW
8 Jun 04, 1345
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8 Jun 03, 1430
IWO, icold
8 Jun 04, 1445
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9 Jun 04, 0900
7C/bW
9 Jun 04, 1600
2el6eof
Set up polygraph for SGT for 0900, 9 Jun
04, discussed wit SA 1111111111,7edW
761rnif
Contacted Mr who stated he would be available
for interview on 10 or 11 Jun 04.
Cieh&O 764 ,6
Contacted Mr who stated he client
did not see the need to be interviewed and dec ined.
Case agent on leave 3-7 Jun 04.
Received Info report from Fort Bragg pertaining to
interview of SSG posted to file.
Contacted Ft Bragg Replacement, enlisted section
stated Sr enlisted section would have information,
attempted to call, no answer.
0,/
Attempted to contact CPT back from leave, but
currently out of the office. Will try back later.
Forwarded e-mail to SAC with latest AIR and IP.
Will set up meeting with LTC iga fter poly and SJA
opine. ,
7044/(04(
SGT came in for poly, cannot take due to
medica issues.
Made copies for Group SJA to be fed ex'd to Group SJA
for opine on case.
Read all statements and AIR's to determine in anyone
else could be poly'd, and to make sure all interviews
were conducted. SGT (who invoked) did state he
sawn.. stick his ha d in wound, but thought it
might be an accident. 70#0101c
pending:P 12054
1. Int scheduled for 15 Jun 04.
2. Int will send RFA to BRAGG, unable to
verify he is actually there, but EDAS has him PCS'ing
there.
3. SJA '7e/AgW 41/444
4. Will final C ( crazy; hot women,15-6
conducted, alread iaalished women but were
justified; -wanted to get prveL4Wes, no info
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14 JUN 2004
AGENT-6-21Z-T-PLIZY-SIZZIARY
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
CONTROL NUMBER
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site; and s girlfriend) 1C1/6*4-/
5. Will attempt to reinterview about knowledge
by Chain of Command, will determine if obtained TDS
yet.
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AGENTS' ACTT7TTV gamma
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TIME, DATE; AND AGENT'
14 Jun 04,
15 Jun 04 0800
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'Contacted Group SJA and - informed him statements and
AIR were being fedex'd to their office for review.
Vqn6417S4
Traveled to Warner Robins, GA to interview Mr UMW
Mr 11111111tated he guarded the EPW's with Viand;
111111/ and did not see anyone abuse tbam. He stated
the EPW has burn marks on his face prior to capture.
11111111111/1further stated he kicked the young Iraqi that
tried to flee, but he was resisting. He flexicuffed
him and escorted him to the Bradley. He was not hogtied,
beaten or shot.111111 stated he was not at
the mall when soldiers a sex with prostitutes, but
11
told him directly about it He stated
also informed him he had sex, and he believed
told him also, but he was not sure about
. See AIR for details. 0 la ed,
Faxed RFA to Fort Bragg.
To SAC to monitor while case agent on leave from 16-28
Jun 04.
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3d MP Group (CID) SJA. . CPT related there was
insufficient evidence to establish pro e cause to believe that
OS committed any offense, as there were no witnesses to the
alleged offenses made in the Playboy Magazine article, only
second hand comments made by FFuurrtthheerr,, he advised there
was insufficient evidence to es lisp that the other listed
offense'occurred as alleged in the article. I explained that this
office would close this investigation pending one additional RFA
interview. If the interview does not produce any evidence to
prove the offenses, this office would terminate the investigation
insufficient evidence to prove or disprove, as we can not with
100% certainty establish that the alleged offenses did not occur.
CPT MEM advised he would discuss further with the Group
'Operations Officer, but concurred with the assessment of the
investig.7a0t1i.opna, to date.
CPT coordinated with this Agent and advised the
Operations Officer conducted a review of the investigation and
concurred with the SAC that we close this investigation
Insufficient Evidence to prove or disprove that any of the
criminal offense allegations occurred-
Whed
Case, file to. SA Upon receipt of the RFA Info Report,
we'll evaluate the interview. If nothing is produced, we'll do , a .
status report lifting the restriction and provide the results of
our investigation in' the I/S. After which, we'll brief the 3ID
command and write the final.
** Remember, this is a SSI, so: the status will be due upon
receipt of the• Info Report.
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left message for him to contact this of ice.
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to him and LTC o offer briefing on results of
the investigation. tin,"
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CID ACTION REPORT
(CID Form 66)
CASE NUMBER: 0147-2004-CID013-64359 CASE TYPE: Significant Data File/ROI
INITIATION DATE/TIME: 4/161?004 8:47A1 AM
PRIMARY AGENT:
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SUBJECT/KEY ENTITY: UNKNOWN SOLDIERS, ;1115TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY
BRIGADE, FORT BENNING, GA 31905; FC ; RAPE, AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT OF ENEMY
PRISONER OF WAR), VIOLATION OF GENERAL ORDERS (RULES OF
ENGAGEMENT) (NF1)
UNKNOWN IRAQI FEMALE, ; CIV; RAPE (NEI)
° UNKNOWN. IRAQI MALE, ; CIV; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NF1)
UNKNOWN IRAQI CITIZENS, ; CIV; VIOLATION OF GENERAL
ORDERS (RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NF1)
UNKNOWN IRAQI SOLDIERS, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
(MISTREATMENT OF ENEMY PRISONER OF. WAR) (NF()
OFFENSE:
REMARKS: GC ROI to look into allegations of misconduct during OEF, to include rape
and mistreatment of EPW's.
VICTIM:
Rape
REPORTS
TYPE SUSPENSE COMPLETED
OTHER ACTION
ACTION REQUIRED COMPLETED
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CID FUNDS
DATE AMOUNT
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Phone: Date: 30 Apr 04
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To DUTY AGENT
Fax: 236E1357W
From: CW2 lea*/
Pages: 19
Re: Request for Assistance CC:
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• Comments:
The Playboy Article is pretty long and probably wouldn't fax well I have it in e-mail. Please have case
,agent contact me and I will forward via e-mail. Also I have numerous statements from unit member if
the case agent needs clarificatiOn or additional information (I only faxed 3 initially) Thank You.
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About:1200; 23 Jan 04,..:._.t, hisoffide'received information? from the 30 th Military
Police Detachment (CID)., 3d Military :. )olide Group (CID), USACIDC, Fort
Stewart,' GA 31905, that a United : Press' Int ^n - Re Orter (UPI), Mr. SOlmim
111111111* had'informationthat LTC
ti
, Commander,
1115th:Int En, Fort-Benning, GA. shot twoLEnemy Prisoners .of War (EPW's),
unprOvoked Mr;: as OreviOuSly. Written an: article pertaining to a
156Jnvestigatio invo ving LTC and: suspected thisLwas a separate
incident fran the 15-6 . Mr. ndicated he'.had:spurCesthat witnessed
LTCIMOMMINIVShot a::naked EPW and an injured En oiAAs:misSinTan arm,. for
no apparent.reason.: Further Mr. •Sp-d lar7Agent in Charge, 30th ME,
Det (CID), Fdrt:Stewart GA re ed infOrMation fromUSIIIIIP who stated
her boyfrien&PFC B Co, 3.'115th Inf'Bn, Fort
Benningi, GA .requested to ta k to. CID aboutLTC killing. EPW'&while
in Iraq. ' VAS• s
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Aboutf:1545, 23 Jan 04,SA interviewed PFC
IOW 13 , .cci, 1/15 th Inf Bni: or enning, 'GA at the:Muscogee county Jail; He
stated he did talk to a"reporterjlamed Mr. 11111111111111111111, UPI, Washington DC,
a: couple of weeks ago. Thereported called to ask"abaUt pills they were
issued the thinks there,isa'link:to :theirtroubley: While talking about the
pillsAle asked him- about:the Midtown Massacre.. , PFCrimmitold him he was
there. .Jledid not, directly see, but . members'.:Of his unit did see a guy'run
across the street toward them:andblewjamSeIf. up in :the middle of the
street, Kedid not think this was related to the one documented it.
newspaper.' recently. Healso . observed another. squad:that brought outthree
EPWs ..: - One ,was missing his
.. arm (from an RPG explosion), the other:was naked
(he believed due to the strip search conducted) and' thethird was clothed.
He stated they came from a building that was about five.Or. six stories high,
abusiness like building. The EPW's were taken to the overpass where they
were receivingiqedical' aide. That is when PFC11,111111, got in his bradly
and his platoon departedanother platoon stayed back the EPW's. He could
not say for Certain if this group of EPW's was the, same as the one in the
someone, but it was a rumor that he overheard at a lolillirant, from
newspaper. PFC stated he did hear about LTC shooting
another table, he was not with the people' talking about the incident, but it
2eil,lt: sounded similar to theone in the newspaper recently... PFC 110111111Pstated
the.LTC treated the soldiers very good and he took care of them, he
was a nice guy, a family guy, and he felt LTC shared their pain and
1161W. feelings. H LTC would shake their hands an e felt he really cared
/ ,..' about them LTC treated the EPW's well also, making sure they had
water and. medical'aid. --,When PFC was asked if he ever
witnessed theLTC 11111111pshot anyone :during the war, he said "No". When
asked if he said anything tO the:reported that he may have misunderstood, and
though hes414 the:LTC shot someone, he said ."No.. PFC11.11111111.did
indicate he was the source of the information, in that the reporter, through
Spdcial. Agent,
Signature: :
86th Military Police Det (CID)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
Date: 6 Feb 04 Exhibit:
CID Form 94
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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Signature:: Date: 6 Feb 04 Exhibit:
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
86th Military Police Det (CID)
Special Agent.", Ft Benning, GA 31905
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his girlfriend, asked if he:would talk to CID. He told his girlfriend he
would talk to CID, so he asslAed she called CID'.':
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AbOUt 1700,:. 23 Jan 04, SA ontacted Mr.11.1111111111111111110, Who also confirmed
PFC ImIlmii was his source, but stated he had:others. Mr. ONOMIMIN stated
PFC told .him after;ie left the area where LTC 10111111111Land EPW's .6141
were he.heard two shots ..: mr:, 111011111101111elep stated the 1576 summary was kb- (t
different than:,,the 15-6 in. his : opinion.. He.alsostated he was not certain 1
the incident described by PFC' (the one'armed man and naked man) is
the same as. the 1576, or a completely different issue.
About.1400, 26 Jan-04, SA eli2PI - re-interViewed PFC who reiterated
he, never witnessed LTC shot anyone during the war. He further
stated he did tell the reported that he heard shots, - but:that issue had
nothing to do with LTC 4111.11=1• PFC OMMINN..stated while they were
unloading ammunitionfrom a truck and enemy'soldier came running toward them,
but a unit member, PFC. all1/11111101111.111MMIIMNIMMINIL .B CO, 1115th Inf Bo, , Ae_r
‘11 Fort Henning, GA31905„ shot him from a building— , He could not say for
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.': rest of, squad brought out the three EPW's from the building .
.1., (consistihg of-the.naked EPW !:and .one armed EPW). PFC411111111/1Mastated he saw
the: three EPW's being escorted to the bridge area and,one of themstarted to
fall and speak to the soldiet, but they continued to escort him to the
overpass. PFC IMMINIONIalso stated he did not see LTC 41111111111111111 with the
,three'EPW's;,he was . just in the area at the time The EPW's were receiving
medical attentio•and being questioned - when PFC OWAIMMIdeparted. - He could
not say who was treating/interviewing the EPW's because the overpass area was
shaded and he could not tell who was in the area.'
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call when PFC 11101WIMIllwad talking:. to Mr. ensammt but believed they did
talk one time without her on the phone. Ms 00/1111relayed the same
information as : :PFC egigaggis4n that the reported initially called to ask
about.:the:pilla PFC IIIIIIIIIIMII wastaking, and then asked about the "Midtown
if MasSacre'', :. '. PFC 114111101described the situation with the naked EPW and onearmed
EPW.-He stated he did not, see the LTC shoot anyone. When questioned
'about PFC amigmille talking about hearing shots,_MS elm stated PFC
41111101110110did tell Mr.4110101111 that he heard shots that killed an individual
that was running"toward,them,' but,that was not the LTC who shot him. Ms
stated . PFC 0110111111111111did not talk about the war much so she had no
other knowledge of the:inc7ideelnkt : leiebbce
Abotit 0900,, .EiCo, 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Henning,. GA who provided information
pertaining to his. knowledge of the: two: EPW's: SGT stated they
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were clearing a building that was a shopping area In the basement they
encountered a Syrian who was pulling security, who fired upon them and was
killed. There were two other Syrians in the basement and one was giving
buddy aid to . other when they ,found them (otherwise SGT 41111111111111111111101 stated
they would have fired, , buttheY surprised them), The one EPW was injured and
his'arm was barely attached. They received information over the radio that
onecombatant faked surrender then blew himself up, so they were ordered to
strip search all EPW's. The EPW'sat . first acted as if they did not know .
English. They'had,theone EPW strip,'but,the other was so badly injured he
couldn't remove his clothing, so.they conducted a pat down search. The EPW's
were taken to a . vestibule and were guarded by SPC 11.11111111111111111111111PARIIMIWI,
B Cd, 1/15th Inf Bn,'' Fort Benning, GA 31905. SGT MOMMMINERM stated he 66' (
believed members of SSG atiNINIIIMINIIINIMINIalliaM, B Co, 1/15th Inf Bm,
Fort Benning, GA squad later assisted SPCOMMIppulling security , of the EPW's
and believed.they were there for,abotit an n,-.0ur, due to the MEDEVAC of a US
Army soldier. ',SGT 111~11111 indicated the two Syrian-EPW's wanted to die
and'did not want to be prisoners. Most EPW's give up and cooperate, but
these two were aggressive and hostile, SGT had a difficult time
4i,4, explaining their hostile nature, but stated the'Syrians did not intend to go
friCY home, and that these two EPW's would try to get weapons away from soldiers or
0(1..n get away., SGT n111.11111M111111 stated he believed 1LT tiallOWNINIINNINNIMeglialliar iin_7-
6'1
4 .1
, B Co, 1/25 Inf. Bn, ;; 31905 . . instructed (over the radio) to have the 1°
EPW's taken , to 1SG: B Co, '1/15th Inf Bn, Fort
Benning, GA 31905 vehicle. SGT 4111111111.11111 did not know if the 1SG was
actually at his vehicle, but-the, EPW's, were taken to the overpass, where his .
vehicle was He did not , see the EPW's after that time SGTAIMOMMIONIMM did..
verify that SPG MINI" shot an -individual running toward an ammunition truck
which was being unloaded by SPCA, but that occurred prior to
locating the EPW's. SGT ....111111M. stated he did see LTC 41111111111111111.1in the
area, but did,not,see him interacting with the EPW's, He further stated the
medic that most likely would have provided medical aide, to the EPW's was SGT
, B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905.
SGT stated he did not see the EPW's killed, but by their actions
hebelieved they would' eventually' have attempted to kill a US solider and
would have been killed, so if they were'in fact dead, it would not have been
unprovoked.: SGTIONOMMAIL again stated he had no information that the EPW's
were killed and when he last saw them they were by the overpass.
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About 0950, 5 Feb 04, SA interviewed ,SGT
AMOOMMOS, B Co, 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905, who stated he escorted
the EPW's to the, Battalion collection point. SGT111111n11111fttated he was
informed there were four EPW's that needed to be taken to the battalion area
He was with 1SG wand they went-.to the overpass'area. SGTEMINIMP/1
could not recall if the EPW's were already at that location, or if they
arrived after he did: He stated they were being guarded by SPC IWO SPC
, B 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905 and
Special Agent,
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he could not recall the NCO. He stated one EPW had an injured shoulder and
was - loaded onto the medic track for transportation. The other three, which
included a naked individual, were loaded on his track and they drove them a
few miles away to the battalion area They had the EPW's get off the track
and they got into a cargo HMMWV with CPT B Co,
3111 th Inf (OCS), Fort Benning, GA 31905 (formerly assigned as the S-3, HHC,
1/15th Ira Bn, Fort Henning, GA 31905). SGT Alliorma stated they departed
the area and did not know the dis osition of the EPW's. SGT 41110111111111
further stated he saw LTC vehicle, and assumed LTC was
with the vehicle, but he did not see the LTC the entire day. kii-c- LhOC9-4
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About 1010, 5 Feb 04, SA interviewed SGT
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1:3C6, 1/15th Inf. Bn, Fort Benning; :GA 31905 who stated he was Witt):SGT
41111111111111111110scorting'the EPW'a to the battalion area. , SGT stated
when they got tothebridge he believed three EPW's were already there,
and the fourth came in later from ,adifferent platoon. SGT stated
the injured prisoner was receiving:Medical attention and the remaining three
were zip-tied and placed on the 1SG's track, the wounded EPW stayed on the.
Medics' vehicle. SGT 4n011111 stated they provided.the naked guy with a pair
of pants'or shorts from another prisoner. :They drove the EPW's to the
battalion area and dropped them off withuT441111,:w4o put them in a cargo
HMMWV. SGT mogli did hot_ know what happened to the, prisoners after that
point. SGT 00111111further stated he did not see LTClariNe_the entire
day: Wi 7LA1(
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About 1430, 5 Feb 04; SA 411110IM interviewed CPT
B Co, 3/11r Inf: (OCS); Fort Henning, GA 31905 (formerly : assigned as the S- 3,
1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Henning, GA 31905). CPT ONO stated he had some
problems with the chain of command and LTC end felt he needed to
mention.that prior, to the interview:2, CPT 40/Pstated he recalled receiving
the EPW's from B Co, 1/15 th. He stated he received three young prisoners, one
with minor injuries to his arm. He escorted them to the Headquarters area
where they were guarded by HHC overnight, and then he transported them to the
Baghdad International:Airport the following` morning where they were released
to the military police holding facility. CPT ONMIstated LTC was
not around during the entire time he was with the EPW's and he never
witnessed LTC kill anyone during the war. When questioned about the
one arm, EPW, CPT 4111.1 stated he would have been transported through the
medical channel," but he- did not escort that individual: CPT4MENINOtated he
received the prisoners about 1800 .,(unknown date, believed to be around 11 Apr
03); and released them to the MP's around 1200 the following day.
xie.*).
About 1VO45,;6 Feb 04,' SAINNONNIWOoordinated with Mr. and briefed
him that the two prisoners he alleged were shot by LTC were tracked
back toi the Military Police Holding Area at the Baghdad Airport, and were
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alive,. Inquired if he had any other sources that had information that the
EPW's were shot, which he stated he did not
STATUS: This investigation is closed in the files of this office, as no
information was developed to establish Mr. 0111111.1111111 allegation or establish
a crime'occurred. Je44, 4f
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About 1400, 12 Feb 04, this office received information from XXX)OCXXX, 3
Division, Fort Stewart, GA that soldiers wives had information pertaining to the incident
involving LTC 111•11111110wmplIMINIMIN Commander, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort Benning,
GA 31905, but the soldiers were too afraid make a report
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About 145, 12 Feb 04, SA
n
' terviewed Ms.dimiso
Bayonet Newspaper, Fort Benning, GA 31905 who stated she did not have any first hand
knowledge of the incident, but had heard it from other members of the Bayonet MslIIIIIMP
stated she and Mrs. IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII(D/W of MAJi11.111.111111.4.111111111111.1111.11.1.11M, S-3, 1/15 th
, Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905) went to SJA to report information that MAJ INMOIllhad told
..q h , It them. Ms all. stated MAJI111111111111 had seen a videotape of the incident with LTC
1 ' EIMIN111.1 He also had information that LTC4IIIMMINispoke to the only witnesses aside
from everyone else after he was interviewed pertaining to the incident MAIM stated she had
seen an article in the Early Bird that indicated the investigation was being reopened and she felt
the information MAJ III/Illihad should be known. Ms stated MAJ MOD would be
- -- willing to talk, but no one has ever asked him about the situation. (See Early Bird article byallfk
11111/.11111for details).
4
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About 1640, 12 Feb 04, SA interviewed MAJ vho confirmed he did see al,
r video tape that was taken that day, but it did not show LTC hooting anyone. MAJ
stated the videotape showed footage prior the EPW that blew himself up. There are
reeks in the footage due to shots being fired. The tape also showed LTC
demeanor, which LTC 111111111111 described as shaken and scared for the lives of s soldiers,
1111111111H e also stated when SSG
but the videotape seems somewhat celebratory as he smoked a cigar. The tape alone did not
seem suspicious to MM
LTC
VIP shot some guy, but I probably shouldn't be telling you that", whischiSMwAileJre
IHC, 1/15th Inf Bn, Fort Bennmg, GA, showed him the tape he state
id not understand because it , was a war he thought the LTC probably killed others in the line
duty. MAJ tated he viewed the videotape prior to the allegations and the 15-6
investigation. MAJ. tated the one thing he did find very odd was when LTC
returne om his interview with the 15-6 investigator, he took SSG SPC
SFC , all assigne to HHC,
n, ort Benning, GA, away from the buildin near a water buffalo and spoke to them
for over an hour, It wasn't unusual for LTC to speak to these individuals since
they were on his track; but it was odd that lie took them off to the side directly after the 15-6
interview. MAJ believed none of the soldiers LTC was talking to had
been interviewed by the 15-6 officer at that point. MM so e that those three
'soldiers, often called the "inner circle" have since been protec e. . y LTC"... Every
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86th Military Police Det (OD)
Ft Benning, GA 31905
Signature:. Date; 18 Feb 04 Exhibit:
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other soldier has changed position since the war, but not these three. Further MAJ has
tried to take action against SFC ut it always gets stopped by LTC MAJ
ilillilllso added that CPT C, 1/29 Inf Bn, Fort
le 400 Benning, GA (formerly assign to B Co, 1/15 Bri, ort Benning, GA) is the officer who
made the allegations to initiate the 15-6. CPT 1111111111111.knew these allegations could end his
career, but chose to go forward with it because he felt so strongly that what LTC
did was wrong. MAI:Wilistated SSG INF howed him the video tape of the incident but
the tape and camera belonged to SPC A Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort
Benning, GA. leacy *4 b 6"(
About 1800 12 Feb 04, SA 1111111111and MAJ ma. cated SPC and escorted
him to his barracks room to locate the video tape. SPC Ullastated he was not sure he had
the tape or if he left it at his Parents residence while home on leave. he three videotapes SPC /
contain the footage of the incident in question. SPC stated he pr!lildie,a compressed mac-' `4 ,,
111111Phadin his possession were viewed by SA an and did not
computer file for the 15-6'officer. He informed the 15-6 officer he had the tape, and SSG air w
took his computer with the file to the,15-6 officer. SPC Illalrstated he has since deleted the
/IIMIN file from his computer because it tookp u' lot of space on his hard drive. SPC stated
he did not witness any of the incident involving LTC He stated !!!!!!e driver
and has a limited scope of view and he did not exit the vehicle during that battle. He stated
whenever they stopped he would start reading a bOok until instructed to move again. He stated
he heard the explosion when the EPW blew himself up; and thought the track had been hit, but
he did not see anything. Further when asked if he heard the shots from LTC 1111111111, he
stated he heard several shots during the battle but could not tell who was firing them from his
position. SPC stated he and LTC 'd not speak except for work related
issues. He did not care for LTC but stated he treated the soldiers well and was a
good commander. SPC ted no one ever approached him about what he should and
should not say about the incident, other than the 15-6 officer who told him not to talk about it
after the interview with other soldiers.
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called on 16 Feb 04, and related his family did not have
the video that they had already returned them to SPC which were the three that were
viewed on 12 Feb 04). SPC stated he did lend his camera to PFC 1811111111/
HHC, 1/15 th Tiff n Fort Benning, GA while deployed so he could watch tapes
sent om his wife, and the tape could have been mixed in with his since they were not labeled.
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About1330, 18 Feb 04, SA IMili interviewed PFC who confirmed be did bon-ow
SPC 111111111 camera while in Iraq. PFC 11111, stated SPC called him initially
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after returning from Iraq and stated he had one of his wife's video tapes and thought maybe they
7e jime 0 got mixed up. PFC ted he looked through his tapes at that time to ensure he did not
ha% ve any of SPC pes, which he did not Escorted PFC11111111111 to his off-post
residence to view t e video tapes in his possession, which did not contain any footage from Iraq.
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DATE 12 JUL 2004
FROM SAC USACIDC 86TH MP DET Fr KENNING GA
TO: DIR USACRC Fr BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZAJ/
CDR USACIDC 3D MP GRP FT GILLEM GA
CDR USACIDC DIST FT KENNING GMCIRC-BAll
CDR, 1/I5TH, 3/3D ID
CDR, 3D BDE, 3D ID
CHIEF CRIMINAL LAW (SJA)
CHIEF OF STAFF - USAIC, FORT HENNING, GA
GARRISON COMMANDER, FORT HENNING, GA
PMO, (MP OPERATIONS), FT KENNING, GA
PROVOST MARSHAL, FT HENNING, GA
SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 86TH MP DET (CID) '7C/lad
TEAM CHIEF, GENERAL CRIMES, 86TH MP DET (CID) (SA11101.11
WPC, 86TH MP DET
CO USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP•ZA//
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - 21) STATUS/SSI -
0147-2004-CID013-64389 6EID1 / 5C1B / SC1N / 5Y2B0
11111111111111111111111 AY be/
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1.DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 01 MAR 2003, 0001 - 12 JUL 2003, 0000; UNKNOWN LOCATIONS, IRAQ
2. DATE/TIME REPORTED: 15 APR 2004, 0900
3. INVESTIGATED BY:
SA
SA
4. SUBJECT
1. UNKNOWN SOLDIERS, ; 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
FORT KENNING, GA 31905; FC ; RAPE, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR), VIOLATION OF
GENERAL ORDERS (RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NH)
5. VICTIM:
1. UNKNOWN IRAQI FEMALE, ; CIV; RAPE (NFI)
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2. UNKNOWN IRAQI MALE, ; CIV; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NM)
3. UNKNOWN IRAQI CITIZENS, ; CIV; VIOLATION OF GENERAL ORDERS
(RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NFI)
4. UNKNOWN IRAQI SOLDIERS, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT
OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR) (NH)
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.
2ND STATUS:
THIS STATUS REPORT WAS GENERATED TO LIFT THE RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION
OF THIS INVESTIGATION TO USACIDC CHANNELS ONLY. FURTHER, TO REPORT
INVESTIGATIVE FINDINGS.
A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION OF. THE BELOW CITED ALLEGATIONS DID NOT
DEVELOP SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE TO PROVE OR DISPROVE THE ALLEGATIONS
OCCURRED AS WRTITEN IN THE PLAYBOY ARTICLE. AFTER CONDUCTING
NUMEROUS INTERVIEWS OF UNIT PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO B COMPANY, I/15TH
INF, FORT BENNING, GA, THIS INVESTIGATION COULD NOT DETERMINE THE
ALLEGED INCIDENTS ACTUALLY OCCUR OR DID NOT OCCUR. FURTHER
COMPLICATING INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS WAS THE ALLEGED POTENTIAL
VICTIMS COULD NOT BE IDENTIFIED, LOCATED OR INTERVIEWED. IN ADDITION,
THERE ARE INDICATIONS THE AUTHOR OF THE ARTICLE DID NOT VERIFY OR
VALIDATE. THE INFORMATION COLLECTED PRIOR TO PUBLISHING THE ARTICLE
THE INDIVIDUALS QUOTED IN THE ARTICLE WERE INTERVIEWED AND THEY
INDICATED. THEY DID NOT MAKE THE STATEMENTS IN THE ARTICLE, OR THEIR
STATEMENTS WERE TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT AND MISREPRESENTED.
FURTHER, OTHER MEMBERS OF B COMPANY, I/15TH INF, WERE INTERVIEWED
AND THEY INDICATED THAT THE ARTICLE WAS GROSSLY UNTRUE.
THE ARTICLE INDICATED THAT IRAQI WOMEN WERE RAPED BY UNIT MEMBERS.
IT WAS DETERMINED THAT APPROXIMATELY FOUR MEMBERS OF B COMPANY,
1/15TH INF, DID HAVE SEX WITH PROSTITUTES; HOWEVER, NEITHER THEY, NOR
ANY OTHER SOLDIERS INTERVIEWED ALLEGED ANY WOMEN WERE RAPED,
TWO OF THE SOLDIERS ADMI rrED TO HAVING SEX WITH WOMEN AND PAYING
THEM; HOWEVER, STATED THERE WAS NO FORCE INVOLVED. THIS
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INFORMATION WAS TURNED OVER TO THE. UNIT FOR FURTIER INVESTIGATION.
IT WAS DETERMINED THAT THE ALLEGATION THAT AN IRAQI PRISONER WAS
SHOT IN THE LEG WHILE TRYING TO FLEE, HOG-TIED AND BEATEN, COULD NOT
BE PROVEN OR DISPROVED AS PORTRAYED IN THE ARTICLE. HOWEVER,
INTERVIEWS INDICATED THAT THERE. WAS A YOUNG IRAQI WHO WAS TAKEN
INTO CUSTODY AFTER HE FLED FROM A DISTURBANCE WITH AN OLDER IRAQI,
FLEXI-CUFFED BEHIND HIS BACK AND TRANSPORTED IN A BRADLEY FIGHTING
VEHICLE. NONE OF THE INTERVIEWS REVEALED THAT HE WAS SHOT, HOG TIED,
OR BEATEN.
IT WAS FURTHER DETERMINED THAT WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE SHOT BY
UNIT MEMBERS AS CITED IN THE ARTICLE; HOWEVER, THEY WERE CONSIDERED
COMBATANTS. VEHICLES WOULD PENETRATE A ROAD BLOCK AND THE UNIT
WOULD FIRE WARNING SHOTS TO GET THE VEHICLE TO TURN AROUND. THERE
WERE INSTANCES WERE VEHICLES WOULD CONTINUE TOWARD THEIR
POSITIONS; AND THS UNIT WOULD FIRE INTO THE VEHICLE, KILLING THE
OCCUPANTS. IT WAS LATER DETERMINED THAT SOME OF THE VEHICLES
CONTAINED WOMEN AND CHILDREN, WHICH WAS UNKNOWN AT THE TIME OF
THE ENGAGEMENT.
INTERVIEWS DETERMINED THE UNIT DID NOT "LEVEL EVERYTHING IN A FOUR
BLOCK RADIUS", AND DID NOT KILL WOUNDED IRAQI SOLDIERS AS CITED IN
THE ARTICLE. THE UNIT TOOK SEVERAL EPW 'S FROM EACH ENGAGEMENT THEY
WERE INVOLVED IN AND WOULD OBTAIN CLEARANCE FROM THE UNIT
COMMANDER TO ENGAGE COMBATANTS. UNIT MEMBERS DID STATE THEY
WOULD GO HOUSE TO HOUSE AND LOOK FOR ENEMY SOLDIERS, BUT THEY DID
NOT KILL INNOCENT CIVILL4NS,
INTERVIEWS ALSO DETERMINED THE ONLY LOOTING THAT OCCURRED
INVOLVED WATCHES AND CIGAREriES, BUT THAT WAS QUICKLY RESOLVED BY
THE UNIT COMMANDER DURING THE WAR. THERE WERE ALLEGATIONS IN THE
ARTICLE THAT A UNIT MEMBER HAD A JEWELED BOX THAT WAS STOLEN, BUT
THERE WAS NO ONE THAT COULD SUBSTANTIATE THOSE ALLEGATIONS.
FURTHER, THE ARTICLE ALLEGED THE SAME UNIT MEMBER HAD AN IRAQI
SKULL POSTED ON A STICK OUTSIDE THEIR ENCAMPMENT. IT WAS
DETERMINED THE SKULL WAS A PLASTIC MEDICAL SKULL WHICH WAS
DECORATED AND POSTED AS A PRANK.
THERE ARE INDICATIONS THAT THE ALLEGATION OF ABUSE OF AN EPW WHILE
IN CUSTODY COULD HAVE OCCURRED; HOWEVER, THERE WERE NO DIRECT
WITNESSES AND THE SUSPECT IS DECEASED. THERE WAS NO CREDIBLE
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INFORMATION DEVELOPED SUFFICIENT ENOUGH TO SUBSTANTIATE THE
ALLEGATION.
INITIAL REPORT:
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED SUBSEQUENT REVIEW OF A MAY 2004
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE ARTICLE TITLED DEATH AND DISHONOR, WHEREIN
SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNING, GA 31905
ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
COMMITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES AGAINST IRAQI NATIONALS WHILE
DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, IRAQ; AND
SUBSEQUENT A REQUEST FOR INVESTIGATION BY COL
COMMANDER, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT HENNING, GA 3190
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED THAT THE ABOVE-CITED MAGAZINE
ARTICLE REFLECTED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE ALLEGED THAT
WHILE DEPLOYED TO IRAQ, SEVERAL SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 1/15TH
INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, COMIVIITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES
AGAINST IRAQI LOCAL NATIONALS AND SOLDIERS.
SOLDIERS WHO WERE QUOTED IN THE ARTICLE ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD
INFANTRY BRIGADE COMMI rU THE BELOW-CITED CRIMES: (EFFORTS TO
AUTHENTICATE THE VALIDITY OF THE QUOTES IN THE ARTICLE ARE. ONGOING)
RAPED IRAQI FEMALE NATIONALS WHILE ON PATROL AND WHILE GUARDING A
MALL IN BAGHDAD.
SHOT AN UNARMED IRAQI NATIONAL IN THE LEG WHILE HE WAS FLEEING,
HOG-TIED HIM AND THREW HIM INTO A BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE WHERE
SEVERAL SOLDIERS PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED HIM WHILE HOG-TIED.
ASSAULTED SEVERAL EPWS WHILE IN CUSTODY, AND DUG INSIDE WOUNDS OF
EPWS WHILE THEY WERE INCAPACITATED.
COMMIT FED RULES OF ENGAGEMENT VIOLATIONS, BY INDISCRIMINATELY
SHOOTING UNARMED CIVILIAN VEHICLES WHILE OPERATED AND OCCUPIED BY
LOCAL IRAQI CIVILIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. ADDITIONALLY, WOULD
"LEVEL EVERYTHING IN A FOUR BLOCK RADIUS" AFTER OTHER UNITS HAD
SAFELY PASSED THROUGH THE AREA
THE ARTICLE ALSO ALLEGED POSSIBLE GENEVA CONVENTION VIOLATIONS,
SPECIFICALLY, SHOOTING WOUNDED IRAQI SOLDIERS.
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DATE 16 APR. 2004
FROM - SAC USACIDC 8611I MP DET FT BENNING GA
TO: DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZAR
CO USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP-ZA//
CDR USACIDC 3D MP (}RP FT GILLEM GA
CDR USACIDC DIST FT BENNING GMCIRC-BAll
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - INITIAL/SSI 0147-2004-CH3013-64389
- 6E11311 5CIB / 5CIN / 5Y2B0
DRAFTER: IINIMMINIM .7/h149/
RELEASER: farimirmiais Awe
1.DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 01 MAR 2003, 0001 12 JUL 2003, 0000; UNKNOWN LOCATIONS, IRAQ
2. DATE/TIME REPORTED: 15 APR 2004, 0900
3.INVESTIGATED BY:
SA
SA
SA
4, SUBJECT:
1. UNKNOWN SOLDIERS, ; 1/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
FORT BENNING, GA 31905; FC ; RAPE, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR), VIOLATION OF
GENERAL ORDERS (RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NFI)
5. VICTIM:
1.UNKNOWN IRAQI FEMALE, ; CIV; RAPE (NFI)
2. UNKNOWN IRAQI MALE, ; CIV; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI)
3. UNKNOWN IRAQI CITIZENS, ; CIV; VIOLATION OF GENERAL ORDERS
(RULES OF ENGAGEMENT) (NFI)
4. UNKNOWN IRAQI SOLDIERS, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (MISTREATMENT
OF ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR) (NFI)
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY


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DODDOACID 008528
COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.
RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION: DUE TO THE SENSITIVITY OF THIS INVESTIGATION,
DISTRIBUTION OF THIS REPORT IS RESTRICTED. TO USACIDC CHANNELS ONLY
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED SUBSEQUENT REVIEW OF A MAY 2004
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE ARTICLE TITLED DEATH AND DISHONOR, WHEREIN
SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNING, GA 31905
ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE I/15TH INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE,
COMMITIEI) NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES AGAINST IRAQI NATIONALS WHILE
DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, IRAQ, AND
SUBSEQ A REQUEST FOR INVESTIGATION BY COL
COMMANDER, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, FORT BENNING1,11RIPPIIIIP 7UENT e 3 3
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED THATTHE ABOVE-CITED MAGAZINE
ARTICLE REFLECTED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE ALLEGED THAT
WHILE DEPLOYED TO IRAQ, SEVERAL SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO THE 1/15TH
INFANTRY, 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE, COMMITTED NUMEROUS WAR CRIMES
AGAINST IRAQI LOCAL NATIONALS AND SOLDIERS.
SOLDIERS WHO WERE QUOTED IN THE ARTICLE ALLEGED SOLDIERS OF THE 3RD
INFANTRY BRIGADE COMMITTED THE BELOW-Cr1ED CRIMES: (EFFORTS TO
AUTHENTICATE THE VALIDITY OF THE QUOTES IN THE ARTICLE ARE ONGOING)
RAPED IRAQI FEMALE NATIONALS WHILE ON PATROL AND WHILE GUARDING A
MALL IN BAGHDAD.
SHOT AN UNARMED IRAQI NATIONAL IN THE LEG WHILE HE WAS FLEEING,
HOG-TIED HIM AND THREW HIM INTO A BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE WHERE
SEVERAL SOLDIERS PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED HIM WHILE HOG-TIED.
ASSAULTED SEVERAL EPW'S WHILE IN CUSTODY, AND DUG INSIDE WOUNDS OF
EPW'S WHILE THEY WERE INCAPACITATED.
COMMITTED RULES OF ENGAGEMENT VIOLATIONS, BY INDISCRIMINATELY
SHOOTING UNARMED CIVILIAN VEHICLES WHILE OPERATED AND OCCUPIED BY
LOCAL IRAQI CIVILIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. ADDITIONALLY, WOULD
"LEVEL EVERYTHING IN A FOUR BLOCK RADIUS" AFTER OTHER UNITS HAD
SAFELY PASSED THROUGH THE AREATHE
ARTICLE ALSO ALLEGED POSSIBLE GENEVA CONVENTION VIOLATIONS,
SPECIFICALLY, SHOOTING WOUNDED IRAQI SOLDIERS.
LASTLY, THE ARTICLE FURTHER ALLEGED LARCENY VIOLATIONS AND OTHER
MISCONDUCT VIOLATIONS.
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Law Entomernein Sensitive
• . .
LASTLY, THE ARTICLE FURTHER ALLEGED LARCENY VIOLATIONS AND OTHER
MISCONDUCT VIOLATIONS. . ": • ••• • , •
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY THE 86TH MP DETACHMENT (CID), FORT
BENNING, GA 31905.
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.USACIDC REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
Lew Enforcement Sensitive
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INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY THE 86TH MP DETACHMENT (CID), FORT
BENN1N' G, GA 31905.
7. COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED. OF. THE PROVISIONS OF AR 6004-2
PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR
380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER
INVESTIGATION.
8.USACIDC REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.
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• DEPARTMENT OF THE ARIVIY
86th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT, 3D MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
7214 GILLESPIE STREET
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 319054782
REPLY TO
CIRC-BAB'(195-2) 14 Jun 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 87th Militar)., Police Detachment
(ABN)(CLD)(DSE), 3d Military Police Group (CI)), Building 8-1221 Randolph Street, Fort
Bragg, NC 28307-5000
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (0147-04-CID013-64389)
1. This office is currently conducting an investigation which was initiated upon review of a May
2004 Playboy Magazine article titled "Death and Dishonor", wherein soldiers assigned to the 3rd
Infantry Brigade, Fort Benning, GA 31905 alleged soldiers of the 1/15th Infantry Bn, 3rd
Infantry Brigade, committed numerous war crimes against Iraqi nationals while deployed in
support of Operation Enduring Freedom (01F), Iraq; and subsequent a request for investigation
by COL ommander, 3rd Infantry Brigade, Fort Benning, GA 31905.
A review of the magazine article written by Mr. reflected soldiers of the 3rd
Infantry Brigade alleged that while deployed to Iraq, several soldiers assigned to the 1/15th
Infantry Bn, 3rd Infantry Brigade, committed numerous war crimes against Iraqi local nationals
and soldiers. Soldiers who were quoted in the article alleged soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Brigade
committed the below-cited crimes:
Raped Iraqi female nationals while on patrol guarding a mall in Baghdad.
Shot an unarmed Iraqi national in the leg while he was fleeing, hog-tied him and threw him into
a Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) where several soldiers physically assaulted him while hogtied
Assaulted several EPW's while in custody, and dug inside wounds of EPW's while they were
incapacitated.
Committed Rules of Engagement (ROE) violations, by indiscriminately shooting unarmed
civilian vehicles while operated and occupied by local Iraqi civilian women and children.
" Additionally, would "level everything in a four block radius" after other units had safely passed
through the area.
The article also alleged possible Geneva Convention violations, specifically, shooting wounded
Iraqi soldiers. Lastly, the article further alleged larceny violations and other misconduct
violations.
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CIRC-BAB (195-2)
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (0147-04-CID013-64389)
2. Interviews of unit members indicate the alle ations a ear to a unfounded, and did not occur
as stated in the article. SFC Sec Assist Tng Tm, Fort
Bragg, NC 28307, was the Platoon Sergeant for a majority of the soldiers accused of in the
article.
3. It was determined that soldiers did engage in sexual activity with a prostitute while guarding a
mall. The squad leader present at the mall indicated he was aware of the prostitutes being inside
the mall, and his soldiers utilizing their services.
4. It is requested your office loCate, fully identify and conduct an interview of SFC
to determine his knowledge of the allegations in the article. Further determine if SFC
had any knowledge of the prostitutes and sexual activity of his soldiers. SFC
was due to report to Fort Bragg on 20 May 04, attempts to verify he is currently at
Fort Bragg have been unsuccessful.
bi77 "
5. Point of Contact for this investigation is SA 111111111111111. at 545 or e-mail
iffilpbenning.anny.mil. Request acknowled ement of the receipt of this request
Ends
1. Playboy Article; May 02
2. ERAS Soldier Record, 10 Jun 04
C , MP
Special Agent in Charge
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DODDOACID 008532
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
86th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT, 3D MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL. INVESTIGATION COMMAND
7214 GILLESPIE STREET
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 31905-3782
REPLY TO 9147-04- C I 013-84384
ATTENTION OF
CIRC-BAB (1.95-2) 29 Apr 04
MEMORANDUM FOR
Special Agent in Charge, 87th Military Police Detachment (ABN)(CID)(DSE), 3d Military Police
Group (CID), Building 8-1221 Randolph Street, Fort Bragg, NC 28307-5000
Special Agent in Charge, 44th Military Police Detachment (CID), P.O. Box 331009, Fort Lewis,
WA 98433-1009
SUBJECT:, Request for Assistance (0147-04-CID013-64389)
I. This office is currently conducting an investigation which was initiated upon review of a May
2004 Playboy Magazine article titled "Death and Dishonor", wherein soldiers assigned to the 3rd
Infantry Brigade, Fort Benning, GA 31905 alleged soldiers of the 1/15th Infantry Bn, 3rd
Infantry Brigade, committed numerous war crimes against Iraqi,nationals while deployed in
Support of Operation Enduring Freedom (01F), Iraq; and subsequent a request for investigation
by COL ommander, 3rd Infantry Brigade, Fort Benning, GA 31905.
19,.> ICS
A review of the magazine article written by Mr. reflected soldiers of the 3rd
Infantry Brigade alleged that while deployed to Iraq, several soldiers assigned to the 1/15th
Infantry Bn, 3rd Infantry Brigade, committed numerous war crimes against Iraqi local nationals
and soldiers. Soldiers who were quoted in the article alleged soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Brigade
committed the below-cited crimes:
Raped Iraqi female nationals while on patrol guarding a mall in Baghdad.
Shot an unarmed Iraqi national in the leg while he was fleeing, hog-tied him and threw him into
a Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) where several soldiers physically assaulted him while hogged,
Assaulted several EPW's while in custody, and dug inside wounds of EPW's while they were
incapacitated.
Committed Rules of Engagement (ROE) violations, by indiscriminately shooting unarmed .
civilian Vehicles while operated and ocupied by local Iraqi civilian women and children.
Additionally, would "level everything in a four block radius" after other units had safely passed
through the area._
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CIRC-BAB (195-2)
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (0377-02-CID013-54269)
The article also alleged possible Geneva Convention violations, specifically, shooting wounded
Iraqi soldiers. Lastly, the article further alleged larceny violations and other misconduct
violations.
2. Interviews were conducted of unit members who recalled a situation similar to the one in the
article in which an older Iraqi male was attempting to talk to the 1 "er and was assaulted by a
younger Iraqi male. The interviews : evealed SGT Special 7e (4,0/
Forces Training (SFAS), Fort Bragg, NC 28307 (formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 th Inf Bn, Fort
Benning; GA), shot warning shots into the air to control the disturbance. The young Iraqi male
fled and was captured by the squad, flexi cuffed and placed in the back of the BFV for
transpOrtation to a holding facility. The article claims the EPW was shot in the leg while
attempting to flee and was subsequentl beaten in the back of the BFV. Further the article
alleges SPC , Deceased, formerly assigned to B Co, 1/15 th la
Bn, For Benning GA, poked at the EPW's injuries and taunted him. SPC11111110twas murdered
by four members of his unit upon redeployment All individuals interviewed to date state that
SPC far was not on their BFV and was not present during this particular incident.
(o14.-4 Yo-
3. 87 MP Det, Fort Bragg: It is requested your office locate, fully identify and conduct a
suspect interview of SGT IMP,. Determine if he was present during the above cited
incident and what occurred. Determine if SGT or any other members of his squad
shot the EPW or beat him. Further question SGT about the other allegations in the
article to determine if he has any further information to assist in this investigation.
0147-44- C l B 013 -64309
4. 44th MP Det, Fort Lewis, WA: It is re uested your office locate, fully identify and conduct a
76`t suspect interview of SPC 2 la, HIM 3 Rear Detachment, Fort
Lewis, WA 98433 (former y assigned to B Co, 1/15 Inf Bn, Fort Benning, GA 31905) who was
also present when the aboim incident occurred. Determine if he witnessed anyone shoot or beat
the EPW. Further, question SPC on the remaining allegations in the article to determine
if he can provide any information to further this investigation.
5. Point of Contact for this investigation is SA or e-mail
IN emiVenning.army.mil. Request acknowle t of this r uest.
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Ends
1. Playboy Article, May 02 b+-i-{
2. Sworn Statement of SPC
dated 23 Apr 04 (04c-t-I
3. Sworn Statement of SPC FARR
dated 26 Apr 04
4. Sworn Statement of SGT
dated 28 Apr 04
ecial Agent in Charge
DODDOACID 008534
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Encl (4)
I. AIR of SA
2. CID 44 on SPC
3. DA 3881 on SF
CW3, MP
Special Agent in Charge
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
87th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (010)(Alrborne)
U. S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
8-1221 RANDOLPH STREET
FORT BRAGG, NORTH CAROLINA 28310-5000
16 June 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 86th Military Police Detachment
(CID), 3rd Military Police Group (CID), Ft Benning, GA 31905.
SUBJECT: Second Information Report (0438-04-CID023)
1. Reference your Request, for Assistance, 0147-04-CID013-64389, dated 14 Jun 04.
2 Investigative activity by this office has been completed (See Enclosures).
3. The following administrative data is provided:
a. Investigative hours: 3
b. Administrative hours: I.
c. Travel hours: 1
d. No Privacy Act Disclosures or .0015 funds expended.
4, POC for this action is SA 11111MMINNEDSN: 23611Iror
@bragg.amay,mil.
DODDOACID 008535
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
87th MIUTARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID)(AIrbome) ,c-
U. S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND 0 ::,:,,i
8-1221 RANDOLPH STREET cj
FORT BRAGG, NORTH CAROLINA 28310-S000
rumn.Y TO
ATTENTION OF
CIRC-ABB 17 May 2004
4. POC for this action is SA at DSN: 236- or
ragg.army.mil.
End (4)
1. AIR of SA
2. CID 44 on SGT
3. DA 3881 on SGT
4. DA 2823 of SG
CW3, MP
Special Agent in Charge
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e. No Privacy Act Disclosures or .0015 funds expended.
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MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 86th Military Police Detachment
(CID), 3rd Military Police Group (CED), Ft Bennuig, GA 31905.
SUBJECT: Third,Information Report (0294-04-CID023)
1. Reference your Request for Assistance, 0147-04-U3013-64389, dated 29 Apr 04.
2. Investigative activity by this office has been completed (See Enclosures).
3. The following administrative data is provided:
a. Investigative hours: 3
b. Administrative hours: 1
c. Travel hours: 1
DODDOACID 008536
ACLU-RDI 147 p.196
SUBJECT: Final Information Report (0304:04-CID016)
1. Reference is made to your Request for Assistance pertaining to case 0147-04-CID013-64389,
received on 30 Apr 04.
" •-• • • ....
44" MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID), 6" MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
P.O. BOX 331009
FORT LEWIS, WASHINGTON 98433-1009
CrMPL-FL (195-2b) 5 May 04 01b-eC,-. 4
• • MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 86 th Military Police Detachment (CID), 7214
Gillespie Street, Fort Benning, GA 31905-3782
2. Your request has been completed. Investigative activity is detailed, in the attached enclosures.
3. Administrative Data:
a. Administrative hours: 2
b. Investigative hours:
c. Investigative travel: 0
d. Privacy Act Disclosures: None
e..0015 Funds expended: None
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4. The oint of contact for this office is SA , DSN: 357
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3-CID Form 44 pertaining to CPL
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Special Agent in Charge
DODDOACID 008537
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To:
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Monday, May 03, 2004 8:02 AM
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RE: 1st Info Report (0147-04-C10013)
1 4 7 114 C Do13 - 64389
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I attached-the article. I also have a bunch more statements if you need them.
just didn't want to fax 15 statements:.Whenyou canprobably get the idea after one.'
4. - Gt
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but in
reality it is'a politiCai issue against the war. 4011101,was murdered by 11111111111111111#19'c' 41(66-4
OMMOMOMM10041011101 and 111110111. 41111001111 and dlIMINNIM are mentioned in the article
abOut haVing sex with Iraqi women, giving the impression they raped the women,. There is a
Conspiracy theory (mostly by the family) that they killed because he waagoing to
tell about the rape, : Amp went out with members of his unit, like the daY after they
returned from Iraq, got kicked out of a strip,bar and they started to fight... They pulled
off the road and'continued to fight, 4111101111Mstabbed him, and'then they drug him into the
woods. The following day they went to bury hint but the ground was to hard,'so they tried
to burn him (didn't do .a 'very good job) : . The unit reported him as AWOL. The article
doesn't go into CID much, but we opened a missing personcase the day his Dad came to Fort
Benning,we were-.never notified by anyon&else.prior: We had posters everywhere and our
agent was turning up the heat at"the unit.. Someone came in and said I heard when one of
the guys was drunk that he heard:from another'guy thatallOPis in. the woods, and gave the
loCation. 2We,sent agents to that location and there was his body.' We called the local PD
since it happened off- post and provided them with the guys who did it
I-hope.that gives some backgrOund when you read the story: If you have any questions or
need anything else, please call at 16/4Z4/
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E•rOm: aNIMIIIIIIIIMMOI[mailto*M111=111111Vlewis.army.mill
Sent: Saturddy,May 01, 2004 7:17 PM
ernotTo:,40111111111.benning.army.mil
•Subject: lstInfo Report: (0147-04-C1D013)
SA•11111111111 T..1/./(F/
On 30 Apr 04, this office received your RFA (0147-04-CID013), and initiated
case,0304-04-CID016. ,I have reviewed the RFA and will attempt to interview
"SPC11111111.n this week. Please send me the copy of the article. Additionally,
was SPcIIIIIINPmurder connected to this somehow?
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44th MP Det (CID),
Fort Lewis; WA 98433
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Referred to:
U.S. ARMY HUMAN
RESOURCES COMMAND
ATTENTION: AHRC-FOI, RM 7S65
200 STOVALL STREET
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 22332-0404
MR. THOM JONES
thom.jones@hoffman.army.mil
(703) 325-4053
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Pages: 14
Date: 15 Jun 04
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Department of the Army
86th MP Detachment, 3d MP Group (CID)
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command
86th MP Detachment (CID),
7214 Gillespie Street
Fort Benning, GA 31905-3782
To: Duty Agent
Fax: 236-1111 7e.ebb/
Phone: 236-111111 70/4)b/
Re: Request for Assistance (0147-04-CID013) CC:
IC. 3143
Your office previous) wor
a case (0294-04-CID023 for is same investigation, That RFA was to
interview a SSG worked by SA I faxed a copy of the article, but if it is
unreadable I can e-mail you a copy. I will be on leave from 16-28 Jun 04, so if you need it e-mailed
please contact our SAC, Mr 11.1011.706-1111111, or you may have a copy in the prior case.
I tried to locate this guy through your post locator and replacements. 82nd said he would have gone
through 19th, but 19th seems to be VERY busy that they cannot call back and cannot check while on the
phone. EDAS has him at Bragg so I went ahead and forwarded the RFA to you. Thanks for your
assistance.
Phone:
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Fax
DS N: 835-111/11
Email: fillaMenning.army.mil
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PURPOSES AT ALL TIMES. USE OF DOD TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS . CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO - - -
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16. Date of Birth:
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20. Sex: 21. Race: 22. Ethnic: 23. Height: 24. Weight: 25. Hair: 26. Eye Color: 27. Citizen: 28. Educ: 29. Prior Record: 30. Marital:
Male I Indian 5'8" 196 Brown Brown US 14 I NO Married
31. MOS: 32. Job Description/Location: 33. MC: 34. Security Clr: 35. Physical Marks/ Tattoos: 36. Spouse Military: Branch: 1
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US
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Fort Bragg
45. State:
NC
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28310
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63. State:
68. Offense Code:
62. City:
66. Offense Code:
Telephone:
Place of Interview:
CID OFFICE, Fort Bragg, NC 28310
Disposition:
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72. Offense Code:
PCS/DEROS:
Time: 1445
67. UFC:
ETS:
May 07
69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC:
Date / Time Interview START: Date: 12 May 04
Date / Time Interview END:
Date: 12 May 04
Time: 1320
73. UFC:
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77. Value: 78. Insurer: Policy: Year/Date Exp:
84. Color: 85. Size:
79. Year: 180. Make: 81. Model:
82. Vehic e Style: 83. # of Doors:
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