CID Report: 0165-04-CID919-82192

This CID investigation into claims made by three Iranian detainees alleging they knew of a fellow Iranian being murdered at Airbase H3, Iraq. They allege the murder took place while they were being detained and interrogated by Coalition Forces. The three Iranians also alleged that they had been beaten and abused while detained and had a large amount of money stolen from them. The investigation established that “the offenses of Larceny of Private Property and Larceny of Private Funds” as well as “Cruelty and Maltreatment” did not occur as alleged. Moreover, the investigation in to the missing person report could not be substantiated and therefore unfounded….a search of detainee records in Iraq for the disposition of the man the Iranians say was murdered produced negative results.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION 37th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) . 11th MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (CID) LSA ANACONDA, BALM), IRAQ APO AE 09391
17 Oct 05
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL(C) — 0165-04-CID919-
82192 — 5C2E2 / 5Y2E / 7G1A 1 / 7G2A1 /9P3
DA I ES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 11 APR 2003/1500 — 12 APR 2003/2400, AIRBASE H3, IRAQ, NEAR GRID
COORDINATE 37S ES 6970 4360

DATE/TIME REPORTED: 31 MAY 04, 1422
INVESTIGATED
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SUBJECT:
1. UNKNOWN (NFI); [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (UNFOUNDED)],
[LARCENY OF PRIVATE PROPERTY (UNFOUNDED)], [LARCENY OF PRIVATE
FUNDS (UNFOUNDED)], [MISSING PERSON (UNFOUNDED)]

VICTIM:
MIAME AVERDIGAN, IRAN; M;
WHITE; PEO DIN OR IZATION OF IRAN (PMOI), IRANIAN
ENCAMPMENT, CAMP ASHRAF, IZ; XZ; AKAIIIIINFI); [MISSING
PERSON (UNFOUNDED)]

2• CIV• NATIONAL DETAINEE REPO , LANGROD, N-• WHITE;PMOI, IRANIAN ENCAMPME SHRAF, IZ; XZ; (AKA: 1111111111111; [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (UNFOUNDED)], [LARCENY
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3•111111111111111111111111111W CW; NDRS 111111111111111,RASHT, IRAN-• P , IAN ENCAMPMENT, CAMP ASHRAF, IZ;XZ; (AKA: [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (UNFOUNDED], [LARCENY OF PRIVATE PROPERTY (UNFOUNDED)], [LARCENY OF PRIVATE FUNDS (UNFOUNDED)]
4• CIV; 11111111TEHRAN,
IRAN; IT WHITE; PMOI,IRANIAN E T, CAMP ASHRAF, IZ; XZ;
(NFI); [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (UNFOUNDED)], [LARCENY OF
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INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
"This is an Operation Iraqi Freedom investigation."
This investigation was initiated based on information extracted from Significant Data File(SDF) 0084-04-CID919 ee Iranian detain Mr. and Mr.1 ho alleged Mr. as murdered at
it ase „ while being detained and interrogated by Coalition Forces. The three Iranians also claimed they were beaten and abused while in Coalition Forces custody. The three Iranians further alleged Coalition Forces had stolen a large amount of money and jewelry the men were carrying toward the Jordanian border that belonged to Iranianrefugees.
Investigation established that the offenses of Larceny of Private Property and Larceny of Private Funds did not occur as alleged. The money and jewelry carried by the victims were held by Coalition Forces when the men were detained. While detained, it wasdetermined that Mr. as the subject of an FBI investigation for Providing Material Support or esources to a esignated Foreign Terrorist Organization. The money and jewelry were then regarded as evidence. The money was transferred through the military finance system to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. The jewelry was forwarded to the FBI for use as evidence in a criminal trial.
Investigation establis_c d that the o f Cruelty and Ma eatment did not occur asalleged. Mr. , and Mr. claimed they werebeaten and to -4 ,•i - in. custo y, but were una le to identify the men or military unit responsible. Investigation failed to identify the military unit(s) who detained the men, medical records of the complainants, or records from the time period.
Investigation revealed the Missing Person incident could not be substantiated and therefore unfounded. No information existed to reveal Mr.11111111111as ever detained
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by U oalition Forces. A search of detainee records in Iraq for the disposition of Mr. et with negative results.
STATIII ES : Article 93, I,CMJ: Cruelty and Maltreatment (Unfounded) Article 121, UCMJ: Larceny (Unfounded) EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
Attached:
1. Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of SA gallirrApr 04, detailitair.of the in PMOa llpinterviews of Mr.
tion; coordin "on with the PMO
Mr , and Mrs. nd receipt of documents pertaining to Mr. •
2.
Memorandum from 324th MP Bri, 12 Oct 03, describing the MeK allegations.

3.
Sketch of area where victims were detained, 2 Apr 04 prepared by Mr.
4... Photocopy of a hand-written letter from CPT WNW

5. Photocopy of an identification tag, 11 Apr 03, pertaining to Mr. JIM.
6.. List of birth date and assport, refugee, and residence card expiration dates
pertaining to Mr

eir7 Jun 04,aipt of RFA, interview of MAJ and coordination with SA
8.
Sworn Statement of MAJ Jun 04s in which he described 82nd Airborne Division areas of deployment.

9.
AIR of SA 111.1.14 Jun 04, detailing coordination with the CID LNO to CJTF-7• coordination with CJTF-7 C2X; coordination with 1MEF; coordination with CPTIlarreceipt of name check results; review of ROI 0153-03-CID039-64582; coordination with SG'; and coordination with Detainee Ops, Korean Village.

10.
AIR of SAM 24 Jun 04, detailing receipt of RFA and interview of SSG BROWN.

11.
Sworn Statement of SS 3 Jun 04, in which he described he received money collected from Mr. d turned it in to finance at Tallil Airbase.

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12. AIR of SA 21 Jul 04, detailing receipt of RFA and
interviews of SF cl SSG4111111111111111
13.Sworn Statement of SFC 11 Jul 04, in which he claimed SSG signed for the money seized from Mr.
14.
Sworn Statement of SSG 21 Jul 04, in which he described the procedures for seized property and denied signing for a large amount of US currency.

15.
AIR of Jul 04, detailing receipt of RFA; coordination with Camp Arifjan CID; coordinati Camp Doha finance; coordination with DFAS; coordination with S d receipt of cash collection vouchers from DFAS.

16.
(16-1 tlu-u 16-8) Photocopies of Cash Collection Vouchers documenting consolidated amounts of Iraqi seized currency sent from FAO Arifjan, Kuwait, to DFAS, dated 16, 21, and 23-28 Jun 03.

17.
AIR of SA1111111, 16 Aug 04, detailing receipt of RFA and coordination with CENTCOM.

18.
AIR of S rni1 Oct 04, detailing receipt of RFA and coordination with Commander

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AIR of SA11111111111 Oct 04, detailing review of the 22 nd MP Bn CI evidence ledger; coor nation with CJTF-7 C2X; coordination with SA coordination with 5 th SFG; coordination with 9 th Finance Bn; query of BATS detainee sytem; coordination with 336th FINCOM; coordination with 800 th MPile‘ordination with DFAS; receipt of cash collection voucher; coordination with SGT receipt of DA Form 4137; coordination with 160 th MP Bn, Camp Bucca, Iraq; and coordination with the French Embassy.

20.
Photocopy of Cash Collection Voucher documenting funds sent from 336 th
FINCOM to DFAS, 13 Apr 03.

21.
Photocopy of DA Form 4137, Evidence/Pro e ustody Document, 11 Apr 03, documenting 49 items collected from Mr. unsigned electronic copy).

Siap18 Oct inair
detailin receipt of RFA, interviews of SFC FC , and LTC
23. AIR of SA mill1111/0 Oct 04, detailing receipt of RFA and coordination with the 115 th MP Bn.
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AIR of SAS! 20 Oct 04, detailing receipt of RFA and coordination with the 400th MP Bn.

25.
AIR of SAM111125 Oct 04, detailing coordination with SFC former NCOIC of Tallil Airbase finance• coordination with 1 LT w o carried money seized from Mr to Kuwait.

26.
AIR of S 7 Oct 04, detailing receipt of RFA and coordination with the 724th MP Bn.

27.
of Salgia27 Oct 04, detailing receipt of RFA and interview of 1LT

28.
Sworn Statement of 1L 26 Oct 04, in which he described receiving and transporting money seized from Mr.

29.
AIR of SAIIIIINIM1 Nov 04, detailing receipt of RFA and coordination with the 530 th MP Bn.

30.
AIR of SAMIP4 Nov 04, detailing receipt of RFA, coordination with DFAS, and coordination with USAFINCOM.

31.
SF135, Records Transmittal and Receipt, 20 Oct 04, pertaining to records sent from 336th FINCOM to Federal Records Center.

32.
Email messages from Mr. SGT INV 2 Oct 04, pertaining to finance records sent to Federal Records Center.

33.
AIR of S 12 Nov 04, detailing rece . f RFA, interview of MAJ

AMIN

1111111111,nd coordination with SA
22. Sworn Statement of MAJ 8 O_ ct 04, detailing her knowledge of
Iranians who arrived at the same tuneas M the Camp Bucca Theater

Internment Facility.
23. AIR of SA Oct 05, detailing coordinations with MI, OSI, J-2, Detainee Operations, DOJ, CPT QUSACIDC, and the Office of the Staff Judge. Advocate (SJA).
Not Attached:
None.
The originals of Exhibits 1, 3, 7-15, 17-19, 21-30 and 33-35 are forwarded with the USACRC copy of this report. The original of Exhibit 2 is retained in the files of the 324 th
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MP Bn. The originals of Exhibits 4-6 are retained in the files of the MeK, Camp Ashraf, Iraq. The originals of Exhibits 16, 20, and 31-32 are retained in the files of DFAS, Rome, NY and Indianapolis, IN.
STATUS: This is a Final (C) Report. This investigation is being terminated in accordance with CIDR 195-1, paragraph 4-17a(6) in that the Assistant Operations Officer determined that furtherance of the investigation would be of little or no value or leads remaining to be developed are not significant. Leads remaining: fully identify the capturiai
uni (s), conduct canvass interviews of ca turin unit(s), identify from whom SGI btained the evidence, and locate Mr.
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Special Agent,1111 CW3, MP Assistant Operations Officer
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About 0900, 30 Mar 04, during the conduct of investi 'on 0050-04-C1D919, this office received information concerning the alleged murder of Mr. ), an Iranian detainee; the alleged murder occurred around April 2003 at base , n e Jordanian border. Mr. (NFT) and Mr. (NFI), leaders of the Iranian encampment at Camp , claimed to know es ere with knowledge of the incident.
About 1300, 02 Apr 04, SAuttillfit SA , this office, and Mr. 11111DOD contract interpreter itan Corp, Fa' , 3101 Mir Intelligence (MI) Bn, Camp As f, IZ, coordinated with Mr. (AKA Mr. , one of the leaders of the People's Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI , Cam 2 9 is also known as the Mu'ahedin-e Kharq (MeK), and the same organizatio a member of. Mr. PMOI Interpreter, translated for Mr. . t e following: Mr. was ve mg toward the Iraq-Jordan border with ab ,000 in U. . currenc , some 'ewelry, an out 00,00 Iraq dinars, along with three other
the PMOI: Mr. Mr. and Mr.
. The money an Dewe e onge to various families that were membeirS=MGrand had fled Camp Ashraf when the Coalition Forces invaded Iraq around March 2003. The families fled the area so quickly they did not have time to take their money and Mr. as taking the money and jewels to the families ho were waiting at the border. Mr ovi this o ce a copy of a photograph of Mr.
ken prior to the incident. Mr also provided this office a copy of a memorandum from e 324 Military Police (MP) Battalion n ted 12 Oct 03, concerning ed capture o four PMOI mem ers, disappearance of Mr.- and mistreatment of Mr. . and Mr. (See 324th MP Bn Memorandum for details.) 1,
About 1330, 02 Apr 04, SAIIIIIIIA.10 and MallEriterviewed the folio 'n • He was detained by o Ilion Forces on 11 Apr 03 along with Mr. INN and Mr. They were carrying $955,000 in U.S. $100 bills; most were wrap with bank tabs in bundles o 1 „ and groups of ten bundles were wrapped together into bundles of $100,000. They also had 200,000 Iraqi dinars in various denominations and two small bags of gold necklaces, rings, bracelets, and crosses; some of the rings were jeweled. The money and jewels were packaged in two garment bags, two duffel bags, a laptop computer bag, a green Coleman cooler, and on their persons. The jewels and money belonged to families that had fled the PMOI compound after their homes were bombed. The four men were driving a dark blue 90's model Oldsmobile car toward the Iraq-Jordan border where the families were waiting for their money. About 1600, 11 Apr 03, just after passing Ramadi, IZ, the men came to a U.S. checkpoint along the highway, were stopped, told to exit the car, and were searched. The soldiers at the checkpoint were doing the same to all vehicles traveling on the highway, and when the soldiers found the money in the trunk of the car, the soldiers ordered the men to lie on the ground. They were detained until around 2200, 11 Apr 03 on the side of the road, at which point they were moved, along with their bags, to the center median with other detainees. They were handcuffed, hooded, and put onto helicopters; the soldiers putting them on the
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helicopters repeatedly prodded him with the tips of their rifles, causing bruising he discovered later. After a 30 minute flight, at approximately 2400, 11 Apr 03, they arrived at a detention facility, which Mr later determined (from some Iraqi detainees) was called 113 and was located at a former airfield ce ere, they were made to run from the helicopter to a detentio e detainees at 113 had tags attached to their clothes that indicated the capturing unit was TF14. was strip-searched, at which point an unknown soldier asked him what had happened to his back, re erring to the marks from being prodded by the rifles. Around dawn on 12 Apr 04 unknown medical personnel visited the detainees and asked if anyone needed medical treatment. Mr. told them his back and shoulders were hurting from being prodded and handcuffed behind his back. e medics gave him painkillers and had his hands re-cuffed in front of him. Around 1200, the detainees were given lunch and Mr old the soldiers that he claimed political status because of his association with the PMOL e would be investigated later. On 13 Apr 04 four men and one woman so approached d asked if he knew the man who had died there the previous night. Id them he was not aware of anyone who had di d. Later that day a man
d himself (a tr . name) asked Mr. e same thing, with Mr. providing the same response. ' came to Mr. ater and showed him a picture of a man's body in a dark room that looked like Mr The man was lying on his back with blood on th eneath him, and ' arked identified the man as Mr.
but did not tell ' . Instead he to he would need see the body to posMvely identify it -e was told he could not. e never saw the picture or Mr or heard anyone mention Mr t H3 again. Mr as at H3 until 28 Apr 03 an was m errogated dail to endure sleep den on. Mr escribed his primary interrogator as
, who was called ' by other so ers, wore DCU's, looked like Clint Easkwood, and spoke some Persian which he claimed to have learned in the Army. The other soldier Mr. could remember at H3 also wore DCU's, was referred to as "Colonel" by other soldiers, was fair y to , c ubby, and had. ,
Allailopustache. All the soldiers at 143 wore tape over their nametags. At one point prior to leaving H3, Mr. NM was given a piece of paper with four typed questions on it asking how he was transferred to 113.
re also two handwritten questions on the form asking if he recognized the photo he was shown. Mr.
answered the question about how he wasferred by writing he ran from the helicopter to the prison. The soldier adm . . e form told Mr ns e was mistaken, that he had rode there in a truck, si. 1 ,i. - Id Mr. , and threw the gun away. Another soldier present then told that soldier that Mr as not one of the detainees on the truck so he could not have done that. On 28 Apr 04, Mr as transferred with 300-400 other detainees to another facility at Nasiriyah, IZ. While there a sol e • e a him why he was carrying so much money, but would not confirm the money was there at Nasiriyah. After a couple nights he was transferred to a prison at Bucca, IZ hil -1 -iras asked about the money again. He asked the soldiers the whereabouts of Mr UMW and Mr.
put in a spAshraf. ut could not get an answer. Mr. ecial section with other non-Iraqi de n was last question on 05 May 03, after which he was ees. Around 22 Sep 03 he was released and sent to Camp
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About 1440, 02 Apr 04, d Mr interviewed who was detained along ' Mr Mr. d Mr. . Mr. was present for theinterview of and concurre with his description of events up to e point ey were detained and hooded. Mr. stated the following: He was held down in the helicopter and hit in the side. Later at H3, doctors scanned his side and said his ribs were damaged and he should have rest. His prosthetic legs were taken off by soldiers and not returned u after he was at H3 for several days. On 13 A 03, Mr
wa the passport of Mr. d asked by soldiers if he knew Mr to vvhi
aid yes. The comman er o the soldiers, with some other soldiers, , him o
facili e detainees outdoor yard in an attempt a a - I a fy Mr saw
and Mr. there but did not see Mr. . Mr. taken through

the indoor cells for the same purpose but did not see Mr He asked the sol ers where Mr.
and he told to shut up. Mr. over 1 eard a soldier wearing 1 SG rank tell other so the detainee who I . a a e' the night bef e last time Mr saw Mr. as sitting in the yard about 1500, 12 Apr 03. Mr. interrogate an en ured sleep deprivation for about three days. At one point he was punch in the mouth by a soldier so hard that several teeth were broken. He was then transferred to Nasiriyah for two days, then transferred to Bucca. Eventually he was released in September 2003.
About 1530, 02 A r 04 SA was detained with Mr d Mr. Mr. was present unng the
Mr un interviews of and and concurred with the description of events tip to the point of being hooded and placed on the helicopter. Mr. ted the following: He was placed face-down
in r, sat a 1 • - a .. d beaten with n e - ocks, which later led to internal bleeding. Mr.
was next to him at H3 oughout the day on 12 Apr 03, after which he never saw Mr. . ! . . On 13 Apr 03, Mr placed in a room by himself and endured sleep deprivation or six days. Soldiers there o one of his colleagues was a terrorist, had been sent to Guatanamo, Cuba, and he would be se t there too if he did not tell the truth about what he was doing in Iraq and why he had so ch money. Mr. 'd he was never asked to identify a photograph or the body of Mr. . Eventually Mr. was transferred through Nasiriyah to Bucca and released
to Camp As a in September 2003. .
AGENT'S COMMENT: .illillMrAM and Mr. liourprovided the following
desription of Mr. tiring their interviews: He had very bad eyesight and wore very thick glasses. He had a mustache, thin dark black and gray hair, was chubby, and about 1.75 meters tall. When detained, he wore a shirt, pants, a long gray jacket made of a velvety cloth, eyeglasses, and a silver analog watch. He was
carrying a French passport, French residency card, an official-looking document written in French, and about $300-400 in U.S. currency. His personal bag on the trip was a duffel bag containing clothing and some of the
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money the group was transporting. They were not aware of any medical problems MreiriMuffered from besides his poor eyesight.
About 1 SA d Mr.1111111nterviewed Ms.,1111111NFI), who
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said Mr. an artificial left eye, but no m `cal conditions that she knew o t 1t co ve
contributed to his death.

About 2100, 02 Apr 04, SA llillrd S Allillipoordinated with Mr.
PMOI liaison, who provided this ogce a copy of a han -printed letter from )
requesting Coalition Forces assistance for PMOI personnel searching for Mr copy of the capture
tag issued by TF14 on 11 Apr 03 and worn by Mr.1111111at H3; and a list of expiration dates of his
passport, residence card, and refugee card. (See Letter, Capture Tag, and list for details.)
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MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: Missing MeK member / large sum of money
1. The Mujahedeen e Khalq (MeK) reported the following events occured and do have partial documentation to back up these claims.
a. On April 11 th , at approximately 1430 hrs, the following four individuals were driving a dark blue '91 Oldsmobile on the highway from Baghdad to Jordan.
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They had just past eh exit for the city of Ramadi, when they were stopped at
a U.S. checkpoint. The vehicle was searched and the 6 bags they were
carrying were searched. The bags contained 4 small boxes of jewelry valued
at approximately $5000, 200,000 dinars, and $960,000 in U.S. currency.
When the money was discovered, the four were pulled to the side and searched. The U.S. commander on scene was called and the determination
was made to detain the four. Their luggage was tagged "Rich Bags". 'They were then cuffed and hooded, and transferred to a Chinook helicopter. They were then taken to a military airport near the Jordan called "H-3", where they searched and processed. Later that evening two of the detainees were seen by a doctor for injuries received in the tr nsfer to H-3. On the second day of
aw This was the last time as
their capture seen by his co eagues. 0 is ay al individuals were interroga e e lar e sum of money, and it connection with the MeK. The
regardin next day ould not be found. as approached by 3 individuals ( men, 1 woman) in civilian clothes, and was asked if he knew the individual that was killed last night. He stated that he was unaware of any
killing. Also in the third day, during interrogations,plikas asked to show the interrogators who is fourth friend was in t e compound. He was taken to the different yards d all t prisoner's hood ere raised so that
id not se any of the yards.
their faces could be se terrogation, e was shown a picture of a
The fourth day, during dead body and asked if it was his friend. He admitted the person looked similar but due to the quality of the photo and poor lighting he could not be sure. He asked to see the body however this request was denied. On that same day, during interrogation, he was asked about his "two
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friends" Ix' ntion was made as k A few, later IIIIMO ¦¦ . -was intern., ain. During this interview he was' he killed his ile bei transferred from the helicopter to th o ding area in the
friend truck. tated that he was not transfer via truck. They had actually run from tthe e icopter to the holding area. The interrogator then stated that they had found a holster in hi a that seemed to fit the type of gun that had killed his friend. On 18 April, as removed from his cell and
o military personnel and several guards.
interrogated by two civilians an The two in civilian clothes identified themselves as FBI. He was told that if he
didn't tell the truth regarding the money that they would kill him. W started to repeat the same answer one guard stepped over and hi in the mouth hard enough to break two teeth. When the interrogators saw
blood coming from his mouth they called for a 20 minute break. On returning the guards were no longer in the room, and the FBI representatives apologized for what had happened. His questioning then resumed with no further offenses On 19 April, all MeK were transferred to An Nasarerieh
as questioned in An Nasarerieh and the guards
holding facility.
questioning him new e amount of money before he said anything. They

o Cam Bucca on the 20th. On 28 April, a member of the
were transfer came to An Nasarerieh looking for the four
MeK, individuals. He gave a letter to the MP's working the gate that contained their names and theidate they disappeared. He returned in 48 hours as instructed and was given .6 status letter that showed three of the individuals beihg transferred to pamp Bucca and 11111111s being released. On further investigation no information was found as to where the supposed release took place or any signed documents referencing the release. While in Camp Bucca, the detainees co nued to inquire about their friend. They spoke with pelling unknown) who stated that he
a Colonel (possibly LTC) I. also stated
found their friend on a list as eing released on 27 April that he would attempt to verify that but was unable to. and were shown their bags during their stay at Bucca and all bags had
een mptied of all cash and valuables. The d ainee ere unawar&of when the bags were emptied of cash, however got the impression from his interrogations that the money followed him mp- Bucca. When
inquired to a Major
the detainees were being prepared for release,
spelling unknown) about his possessions, is passport / ID, the money, and his friend. She stated that due to the amount of the mpney ithat it was probably tieing kept in a place not known to her. She stated that she would look into it and also took a list of all the other items that were missing.
After the meeting the senior MeK leader, Mr.1111. disrgissed the three individuals and then stressed the importance of this issue.' What the K are looking for is to recover the body. "We can come up with an explanation." Mr was only concerned with appeasing his soldiers, and.having sornething.positive to show his troops. He stated that with all the pres'sures his people were under that the leadership was slowly loosing control, and that his people had heard enough explanations and needed something tangible to show the U.S. was trying to assist. The missing MeK member has a former wife on Ashraf who is trying to file suit. The MeK are keeping her quiet for the moment but cann9t guarantee this will always be the case. Also the U.S.
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: This office received a Request For Assistance Category 1 (RFA CAT 1) from the 75th Military. Police Detachment (CID) (FWD), 3D Military Police Group, LSA Anaconda, Balad, Iraq, APO AE 09391, which requested this office coordinate with the Headquarters, 82D Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC 28310 (FBNC) and attempt to identify the unit(s) that were deployed to the Iraqi theater during Operation Iraqi Freedom 1 (OIF1). Further it requested this office attempt to locate and identify the unit responsible for the Area of Operation (AO) for the Detention Facility H3, near the Jordanian border.
DETAILS:
A ut 140 un 04 SA nducted a verbal interview of MAJ 11111111111
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C who related the division was deployed to Iraq during OIF1 but he did not know the exact whereabouts of all the units. He related he would attem t to e the operation orders to determine which units were assigned where. MAJ elated he was sure no units within the 82D Division were assigned in the area and did not have control over the detention facility during the times mentioned.
About 1750, 2 Jun 04, SAIIIIMconducted an interview of MAJ
1111. eputy G3, 82D Airborne Division, FBNC who related the 82D Airborne 'vision was not in control of the areas identified in this investigation during the times related. He stated there were some units which fell under the divisio eployed at the time, but they were under another command's control. MAJ elated he \vas not at liberty to provide information pertaining to the other units. (See Sworn Statement for details)
About 1040, 7 Jun 04, SVIIIIIrwas contacted by SAplilllillit Jnited
States Army Special Forces Command, FBNC who relate the 5th Special Forces Group,
Fort Campbell had control of the H3 area during the times indicated but related they were
not in charge of the Detention Facility.
STATUS: This investigation is closed in the files of this office. No further investigative
activity is anticipated.
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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 (SSA!).
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately
ROUTINE USES: Your social security number is used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
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2. DATE (YYYYMMDD) 3. TIME FILE NUMBER

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Headquarters, 82d Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC 28310
M • , WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
This statement is intende ummarize the 82d Airborne Division unit locations and timelines for operations in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom:
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The 82d Airborne Division began to deploy units to Iraq during the first week of February 2003 fro ivision Headquarters and the 2d Brigade orce (325 Airborne In

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The Division Task Force consisted of units fro fantry Regjaggilitout 5000 paratroopers in all

-MAJWerved as the 2d Brigggajpe ions Officer in Kuwait and Iraq from 16 Feb 03 - 07 July 04 and as Deputy G3 in Iraq from 22 Sep 03 until 14 Apr 04 MOW
-The 2d battalion of the 2d Brigade (2-325 AIR) was deatteched from the Task Force and was attached to special operations forces
from the middle of 2003 until 27 Mar 2003, at which time they rejoined the Task Force at Tallil Airfield Iraq - 5 km SW of An An Nasiriyi[i.
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The Division and made Task Force entered Iraq during the ground war on 27 Mar at Tallill Airfield (vic An Nasiriyah)

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The Brigade Task Force attacked along Hwy 8 toward B from 27 Mar to 23 Apr through the cities of As Samawah, Ar Rumaythiah, Al Hamza, Ad Diwaniyah, to Iskhandariy

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The Div' • ollowedin the trace of the Brigade throu i Airfield, and on to the cities of As Samawah and An Najaf (same ti reframe) mil _

-From 10 r until 24 Apr, TF 3-325 AIR (a Bn Task Force) operated in Karbala
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On 24 Apr the Brigade attacked to the cities of Ar Ramadi, Habbiniyah, and Al F.1 1.k.11 (24 Apr to 1 May

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On 1 May, the Brigade moved to sothern Baghdad and operated there until the unit redeployed on 23 Jan 2 1

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The Brigade was relieved from the Ar Ramadi - Habbiniyah - Fallujah by the 3rd ACR pr. The 3rd A0.controlled the tri-city area until it came under the command of the 82d Airborne Division on 15 Sep 200

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The Division Headquaters redeployed from An Najaf o/a 1 May 2003 and returned to Fo rag

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The Division H ters redeployed to Iraq in Aug 2003.

-This time the Division Task Force consisted of units from 'vision Headquarters, the 3rd Brigade Task Force (505 Parachute Reg'-1 IN Regiment from Fort Riley Kansas, and a battalion (1-32 IN) from Fort Drum New York = about 9000 soldiers
mil in all.
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The ivision occupied the Al Anbar District of Western Iraq - basically from the western side of Baghdad west to the Jordanian and Syrian borders - the Division took command of this area from 3 ACR who had controlled the area since 28 Apr 2003.

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-The Division m e a third deployment to Iraq from Jan 2004 to Apr 2004
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-The lstBrigad Force redeployed from Iraq in late-Apr 2
WRT H3 Airfiel . e H3 airfield was not part of the Division Area of Operations until 15 Sep 2003.
-The Division controlled no forces at H3 to 15 Sep 2003, when it took command of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment
(Fort Carson) which operated in that area

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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
ROI NUMBER

0165-04-CID919-82192
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DETAILS
About 0900, 1 May 04, SA WM coordinated with SA 1111111111111111111.1111,CID LNO to CJTF-7, Baghad, Iraq. He provided an email from the CJTF-7 C2X cell which contained the grid coordinates of H3 and said that area was under the control of the e t Marine Expeditionary Force (1MEF).
About 0830, 4 May 04, SA coordinated with CJTF-7 C2X, who said a search of the theater detainee database failed to return any mention of capture tag 1110010' (the tag belonging to Mr. Camp Ashraf, IZ, when he was detained).
About 1630, 5 May 04, SA IIIIIIIIPoordinated with GySgt1111111(NFI), Detainee Ops, 1MEF, who said he did not have records of a base called 1-13. The closest base with a detention facility to the grid provided by CJTF-7 was Korean Village.
About 0830, 7 May 04, SA coordinated with CPT 111111111111. formerly the S-2 for the 324 th MP Bn, Camp Ashraf, IZ. He verified the memo provided this office by the People's Mujahedin Organization of Iran, Camp Ashraf IZ (PMOI) (also known as the Mujahedin-e Kharq (MeK)), was legitimate and written by him. CP aid while he was at Camp Ashraf he conducted a search of Camp Bucca detainee records for any mention of Mr. 11111111.11. (NFI), which met with negative results.
About 2030, 2 Jun 04 this office received the name rtainin to Mr. MS, Mr.
and There was ho record of Mr.
r Mr. as the subject of ROI 0153-03-ClD039-64582-5Z1, War Crimes Investigation Task Force , for Providing Material Support or Resources to
Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations and Conspiracy. He was captured with $635,000 in route to
Jordan. The money was turned over to DFAS. The case was referred to the FBI on 2 Mar 04. ADA 4137
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to SFC in 18 Apr 03. Purpose of the change of custody was "rels'd to EPW Camp."
About 1800, 4 Jun 04, StIllipreviewed ROI 0153-03-CID039-64582. The AIR of 111111.11.
10th n, amp Bucca, 13 May 03, indicated $635,000 was seized om Mr.
d forwarded to Finance, Camp Arian, Kuwait. The AIR of SA
44 MP Det (CID), 23 Jun 03, indicated she coordinated with the 336 th Finance Co, Camp Arian, to collect
the money as evidence, but it had been consolidated with other money in the vault. There was no mention of
documentation verifying the money was deposited with the Finance unit.
AGENT'S COMMENTS: The incident investigated under ROI 0153-03-CID039-64582 matched the
circumstances described by Mr Mr. , and their interviews
AGENT'E AND SE U NCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
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detailed in the AIR of SA 11.11111112 Apr 04. However, there was no mention of the alleged missing person, Mr.1111111ri the WCIT case.
About 0845, 9 Jun 04, SAIRMIlcoordinated with SGT who was the first person listed on the evidence voucher from OI 0153-03-C1D039-64582. He said he was in the 463rd MP Co, base H1, Iraq, when the items were collected. The items were given to him by unknown personnel escorting. Mr.
The items were stored at the unit then turned over to the crew chief of the aircraft Mr. was transferred in.
About 1130, 14 Jun 04, S oordinated with SSG -.
USMC, Detainee Ops NCOIC, lst LAR Bn, Koreal= He said the only detainee records he had on hand were from when his unit took over the base in March 2004. He also said Korean Village was not the same base as H3. H3 was an airbase approximately 30 km away and was not currently occupied by US forces. ///LAST ENTRY///
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 23 Jun 04, this office received a Request For Assistance (RFA) (0165-04-ClD919-82192) from the 75th Military Police (MP) Detachment (Det) (OD), 3d MP Group (CID), LSA Anaconda, Balad, Iraq MO AE 09391, to locate, fully identify, and interview SSG MP Company Combat Support, 1420 Beach Drive SE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, regarding evi ence
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Between 1820 -1905, 23 Jun 04, SA terviewed SSG who provided a sworn statement wherein he related all evidence documented on DA Form 4137, Evidence/Property Custody Document, was signed over to SFC DDet 1 MI' Battalion, Wilson Cramer US Army Reserve Center, 2940 Airport Road, Bethlehem, PA 18017. SSG 111111110further related he did not know where the first page to the evidence custody form was located, and did not recall what items 1-10 consisted of, without referring to the document in question. (See Sworn Statement for details)
About 0900, 24 Jun 04, SA oordinated with SA 75th Military Police (MP) Det (CID), 3d MP Grou Anaconda, Balad, Iraq APO AE 09391, and briefed on the status of this investigation. SA er related there was no additional investigative assistance required from this office.///LAST E TRY///
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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT

0075-02-CID342
21 Jul 2004

DETAILS:

BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: At 0900, 9 Jul 04, this office received
a Request For Assistance (RFA), from the 75 th Military Police
Detachment (CID) ; LSA Anaconda, Balad, IZ, APO AE 09391
re estin this office fully identify and interview SFC MEM

HHC, 744th Military Police Battalion,

enKn Kramer, United States Army. Reserve Center

,K
(USACRC), Bethlehem, PA 18017, regarding his knowledge of the
disposition of various items, taken on a DA Form 4137 in Iraq.

At 1248, 11 Jul 04, SA 1111. this office obtained a
sworn statement from SFC in which he stated, he remembered
signing for items 11 through 40, t e DA Form 4137, but did not
sign for Items 1 through 10. SFC further stated he
believed SSG imiiined for items 1 through

10. (See swo for details).

At 1130, 21 Jul 04, VIIIIIItinterviewed SSG

7Kary Police Batta411014101.

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rport oaKem, PA 18017 who rendered a sworn statement
detailing hiS knowledge of this investigation. (See sworn
statement of SSG 1111111111for details).

This investigation was closed in the files of this office; no

further investigative activity was anticipated.

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1. LOCA 2. DATE (YYYYMMDD) 3. TIME 4. FILE NUMBER
2004/07/11 /2-11 0075-04-CID452
NAME, MIDDLE NAME 6. SSN 7. GRADE/STATUS
8. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
HHC 744th MP BN, Wilson Kramer USARC, Bethleham, PA
9.
I, SFC

, WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
I arrived in Iraq on or about 6 April, 2003. I was assigned duties as the NCOIC of the mid-night shift at the EPW
Trans-Shipment Point at Tallil Air Base, Iraq. My duties were to supervise the Military Police Guards on the midnight shift. I

also on occasion took charge of and signed for prisoner property. was later turned over to our supply section. If myrecollection is correct regarding the DA Form 4137 pertaining to I signed for items 11 through 40. If I remember
• through 10 contained a large sum of . II I ency. These items were signed for by SSG

a member of my unit. As I recall SS etained custody of the currency until guidance was given asi ion. Eventually the US currency was to -I I.I ance section at Tallil Air Base. I processed several hundred
I S Il `
DA Fo •1 g my tour there. That is why this particular one is slightly vague.
Q: SA
A: SF
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Q: Why lieve SSG signed for items 1-10?
A: He was our unit's initial property custodian for the night shift and due to the large sum of money, my units S-3 decided to have
him sign for it.
Q: Did you ever have physical possession of the U.S currency?
A: No.
Q: Do you remember what items 1-10 were?
A: Not exactly, I believe it included U.S, Iranian and Iraqi currency.
Q: Why do you beli ncy was eventually turned into the finance section of Tallil Air Base?
A: I remember SSG talking about how many times he had count and recount the currency in preparation to turn it into
Tallil Air Base.
..
Q: Do you remember him stating what the final count was?
A: I don't remember.
Q: Do you have any documentation pertaining to the disposition of items 1 through 10?
A: No.
Q: Do you know what happened to the other items on the 4137 SSGIIIIIIgsigned for?
A: Normally when a prisoner left our facility they were transported to mqsar and their personal property went with them.
Q: Do you know where the original 4137, documenting items 1 through 10 is?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything you wish kthis statement?
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Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law
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LOCATION DATE TIME ILS NUMBER
Lancaster, RA. 21 Jul 04 SOCIAL SE /470 GRADE/STATUS
SFC/Reserves

ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
74 Military Police Battalion, Airport Road, Bethlehem, PA

want to make the following statement under oath:

Manuel A. LUCIANO

was deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom from about February 2003 to
January 2004. I was assigned to Talil Airbase as the Assistant NCOIC of
military Police guards.. I was with SFCKMy duties included
day to day prisoner segregation and taking care o etainee property as

well.

Q. SAK

A. SSG

Q. What were the procedures when handling detainee property?

A. I was at Talil for about 6 months. When handling property; everything

was done on a DA Form 4137, Evidence document and was signed for by
or myself. It would be stored in a little room of all

either SFCK

property. Anything of significant value or money, had to be turned into
I had taken money down there before. If it was not a

Finance.K

significant amount, being over a couple hundred dollars in US Currency.
Any large significant amounts of DINAR we would call into the S-3 and let
them know. There was only one time I remember taking a large amount of

Iraqi DINAR to finance. It was between 15 and 20 Million DINAR.

Q. I am showing you a copy of a DA Form 4137, Evidence/Property Custody
Document, do you remember signing for a large amount of money?

A. No. I signed for a large amount of DINAR not US Currency.

Q. Do you recall this voucher?
A., No. I processed hundreds of them. In the beginning I was in charge of
the property because of my laid enforcement background. I am currently a

county detective assigned to the Lancaster County Drug Task Force.
Do you recall $955,000.00 dollars being confiscated or processed on

Q.
vouchers?

.

A. No. That would be something I would remember.

Q. Do you recall any large amounts of jewelry being taken as evidence?

A. No. I did take and voucher watches and rings. What we would do is
collect their property and place it in a MRE Bag or burlap bags. Along
with some type of EPW ID Tag or number. Or write their number on it with
a black magic marker. The voucher you are showing me, I cannot remember

I was the night shift

it. The only name I recognize is SFCK

property custodian, but never signed or that much money, and never took

photos of property. If I seized that much money, it would have to be

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Locked up at the S-3 or finance.

Q. Do you have any documents pertaining to evidence?

A. No.

Q. Do you have anything else to add to this statement?

A. I heard a large amount of US Currency (NFI) came in with a detainee
via helicopter and that it was taken custody by US Forces. I never saw
that money. I cannot recall the names of the people I dealt with at
Finance while at Talil. When a prisoner was moved to Camp Bucca, all his
personal property went with him. The burlap and MRE bags were stored in
a small room at the site, only the NCOIC had access to it. But it was
not locked, because we did not have the ability to secure items at that

periodK

time.
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About 1245, 7 Jun 04, this office received a Category 1, Request for Assistance (0165-04-CID919-82192) from the 75th Military Police Detachment, LSA Anaconda, Balad, Iraq, requesting this office verify that $635,000.00 was turned into finance and collect any documentation pertaining to the above-mentioned transactions.
About 1255, 7 Jun 04, SAIMMINacoordinated with SA 011.0.19178th Military Police Detachment (CD) (-), Camp Arian, Kuwait, who related he coordinate with the 366th Finance Battalion, Camp Arian, Kuwait, which revealed their office maintained a logbook, which documented all currency turned in each day. SA related he inquired about the currency turn-in procedure, which disclosed a cas co,collection voucher (CCV) would be completed if a large amount of currency were turned-in. SA elated the cash collection voucher remains on file for one year an amp Doha Finance Office, Camp Doha, Kuwait, for storage purposes. SA elated the finance personnel were unable to locate the logbook, which contain the cash collection voucher numbers.
elated he obtained voucher number: 002269, dated 22 Jun 03, because it
S
0th Military Police Detachment (CID), Camp Red Cloud,was when SA
Korea, suppose y s o ce wi e people in the fin , who stated they did receive
d not collect any documentation.
$650,000.00. SA elated S
AGENT'S COMMENT: It should be noted SAMMIllietermined the amount to be
$650,000.00 based her on calculations of Iraqi currency into US currency.
About 1620, 7 Jun 04, SA 111111111Woordinated with SFC Camp Doha Finance Camp Doha, Kuwait APO AE 09889, pertaining to the su mission of the voucher. SKIMP related he would coordinate with Defense Finance and Accounting (DFAS) and
obtain a copy of the voucher.
About 1028, 8 Jun 04. SA 11111111111111111 oordinated with SFC ho related
they acquired voucher number 02269; however, it did not appear to be the one pertaining to this
investigation.
About 1437, 29 Jun 04, SA oordinated with SFC.1.11 who related he had no documentation nor did he received any form of communication from DFAS-Rome, pertaining to this investigation
About 2030, 29 Jun 04, SA laffilill. briefed Ms NOMINIDefense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS) — Rome, Rome, NY, on all aspects of this investigation.
Kuwait Branch Office (CID)

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Camp Doha, Kuwait APO AE 09889

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About 0928, 7 Jul 04, SA ordinated with Ms n the status of the

elated she pulled a couple o CV to determine if thecash collection voucher. Ms
elated she didn't find
amounts would match other amounts on e vouchers. Ms
anything for either amounts of $ 935,000.00 or $ 635,000. 0 in t ell -records.

who relatedoordinated with SA
About 0230, 13 Jul 04, SA111111111111 the case file pertaining to this investigation was kept at Camp Bucca, Iraq. S related Cammp Bucca case files were documented under the 44th's numbers OD 39. SA elated they have a record of it as it was turned in to the Evidence room. SA lated the Evidence Custodian was the person, who took the s from her on a
ould notsigned DA Form 4137 and transferred the money to Finance. S provide anything else pertinent to this investigation.
About 1415, 13 Jul 04, SA coordinated with SA1011.11111111111178 th Military Police Detachment (CID) (-), Camp Arian, Kuwait, who con ucte a review of the evidence book, which disclosed no Iraqi money had been processed into the evidence room.
About 0029, 19 Jul 04, Ms111111111rovided this office a copy of the DD Form 1131, Cash Collection Vouchers, voucher nurn ers: 002441, 002831, 002859, 002860, 003013, 003014, 003017, and 003027. A review of the cash collection vouchers disclosed none of the voucher amounts equaled either $ 635,000.00 or $ 935, 000.00. (See Cash Collection Vouchers for
details) ordinated with SA o related the 44th
About 1030, 22 Jul 04, S Military Police Detachment evidence ledger was transferred to the ilitary Police Detachment, Baghdad International Airport (BIAP), Iraq. SA ated there are no records maintained on file at Camp Arian CID office pertaining to this investigation.
LSA Anaconda,About 1230, 30 Jul 04, SAfIIIIIIIIIIbriefed lated there was no further
Balad, Iraq, on all aspects o this investigation. SA investigation needed and requested this office close its investigation.///Last Entry//I
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 15 Jul 04, this office received a Request for Assistance (RFA) (0165-04-0D919-82192) from the 75th Military Police Detachment (CID), 3d Military Police Group (CID), LSA Anaconda, Balad, Iraq, to coordinate with the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), MacDill, AFB, FL and identify which coalition unit(s) comprised Task Force 14, while operating in Iraq. Further, identify which unit(s) controlled the detention facility that was located at H-3.
On 16 Aug 04, S oordinated with LTC ommander, USCENTCOM,Task Force Detainee Tiger Te
cDill AFB, FL, I, who related there were no data on file, concerningTask Force 14 or H3. LTC
ated she has never heard of Task Force 14, and did not know which units operated near H3. LT er ted there was no information within USCENTCOM, regarding the requested information. LTC
could not provide any additional information regardingTask Force 14 or H3.///LAST ENTRY///
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 0900, 19 Sep 04, this office received a Request for Assistance
from the 75th Military Police Detachment (CID)(FWD), which re uested this office coordinate with the
French Embassy, Washington D.C. to determine if Mr. (NFI), born 9 Apr 48 in Miame
Averdigan, Iran, had any international documentation issue by their nation and if they knew of his
current location.
About 1030, 1 Oct 04, SA M1111., Headquarters United States Army Criminal Investigations
Command (USACIDC), coordinated with Commande 11110plilitrench Milit ission
French Embassy, Washington D.C. who conducted a c ec o eir recor s regarding Mr
The search confirmed the issuance of a residence card with an expiration date of 22 Aug 6; however, it
did not disclose the issuance r French documents, to include a French passport and French
refugee card. Commander requested copies of the alleged passport and refugee card be
scanned and emailed to him or er examination, if feasible. No further information was provided.
STATUS: The basic requirements of this Request for Assistance are completed and no further
investigative activity is anticipated by this office.///LAST ENTRY///

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About 1000, 23 Jul 04, SA pillitreviewed the consolidated evidence ledger of the 22' MP Bn (CID),
Camp Victory, APO AE 09 2
, to see if any money was processed in relation to ROI 0153-03-CID039-
64582. There was no record of money being turned in. The only evidence related to the case were items 11­40 from the original DA Form 4137.

About 0900, 4 Aug 04, SA c or •
with Mr.1111,W1FI), MNC-I C2X. He examined the
.,detainee tag pertaining to Mr Camp s a , ut had no additional information to
provide. His section's records id not go back to April 2003.
About 2000, 4 Aug 04, SA coordinated with SA , Camp Red CloudBO, concerning her handling of evidence during the conduct of ROI 0153-03-CID039-64582. She
d
she did not sign for items 1-10 (items from the missing first page of the DA Form 4137). SA
said she searched the Camp Bucca evidence room, which was run by the 800 th MP Bde, with negative results.

About 0900, 5 Aug 04, SA coordinated with Mr.111111111111 CID Liaison Officer, Office

of the Staff Judge Advocate 1 Bn

5th S ecial Forces Group (SFG), Ft Campbell, KY, pertaining to a letterapparently written by CP
5th SFG. A copy of the letter was provided this office by the
People's Mu'ahedin Or ion of Iran (PMOI) and addressed the search for the 's • member of the
PMOI r. (See AIR of S , 2 A r Mr. said CPT

knew nothing about the April 2003 incident. CPT
ed around at the time but found nothing in reference to the detainees. He did write the letter to elp the family members get "in the door" to talk to Coalition Forces. He did not know anything about the detention facility and thought it would likely -have been Australians who detained them if they were in fact detained.
About 0915, 5 Aug 04, SA pimpoordinated with CPT Finance Chief, FieldOperations Branch, A Det,
Finance Bn, Ft Lewis, WA. explained his unit arrived in Tallil,Iraq on 10 Jun 03. The prior unit was the 24 th Finance Bn. He i not take in any seized money while there,just accounted for cash on hand. He predicted seized money was transferred to the 336 th Finance Command (FINCOM). CP so provided a copy of an email sent by MAJ 336th FINCOM, Lake C ar es„ explaining that detainee cash was taken in directly at An jan an put in a suspense account. i
About 1300, 5 Aug 04, SAFER coordinated with SAP11111111 Abu Ghraib Pr' Interrogati n Team IT). e queried the BATS detainee a abase system and found Mr.
had aprior ND (in addition to the more recent His record said h was released 22 Sep 03,
"Crime Unknown No Info Sent with Prisoner from amp ucca". SA
said with no ca ture file it
would be hard to determine his path. Also, no interrogation records existed pertaining to Mr. that might aid in determining his path through the detention system.
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ROI NUMBER 0165-04-CID919-82192
CID Regulation 195-1
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About 0900, 19 Aug 04, SA 111110oordinated with MAJ
who stated all finance records keptby the 336th FINCOM while in uwait were transferred to the replacement finance unit at Arifjan, Kuwait in February 2004. He explained there were two ways money was given to finance in relation to detainees.
Seized or captured money was turned in and given to the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) for use in the reconstruction of Iraq. The other instance was if a detainee was seized with money in his/her possession, the money was turned in for temporary custody. If there was nothing illegal found about how the de • acquired the money, the detainee would get the money back when released. However, MAJ stated the Military Police virtually always turned money in to finance as seized in accordance wi the first procedure. Occasionally they would ask finance for money to return to a detainee. In order for money to be returned that was not turned in for temporary custody, an investi tion
have to be completed and CPA
would have to approve before finance retur the money. MAJ
id not remember any instanceof an investigation being conducted. MAJ
Iso state seized money came to finance with a
chain of custody document, which should still have been in file at Arifjan.

-"A bout 0900, 27 Aug 04, S IBoordinated with COI 00th MP Bde, who was at
Camp Bucca from about A/R
pri — eptember 2003. He remem ere t e mei ent but no specifics and had no
documentation relating to the seized money.

About 1000, 27 Aug 04, SA oordinated with Ms.
DFAS-Rome concerni the cash collection vouchers (CCV) submitted by 336 th FINCOM om April — tine 2003. Ms.
provided this office the only voucher from April 003 which was in the amount of $20,008, 0.00. There
were no vouchers e month of May. Ms. ad already provided all pertinent vouchers from2003 to SA
uwait BO. (See April 2003 CCV and AIR of SAor details.)
About 1500, 31 Aug 04, SAMOS coordinated with GT
the Military Policeman whowas the first person in the chain of custody of Mr.
•ssessions obtained 11 Apr 03. SGT rovided an unsigned electronic copy of the DA Form documenting the seized items. It included fife first page which documented items 1-10. Items 1-10 included various identification cards; 200 Canadian
dollars; $621,800.00 in US 100, 50, and 20 dollar bills; 216,500.00 Iraqi dinar; and a pendant. There was another page documenting items 41-49, which consisted of miscellaneous non-monetary personal items. (See DA Form 4137 for details.)
About 2300, 11 Sep 04, SA IIIIIIrcoordinated with
the former OIC of the detainee processing section at Camp Bucca under COL goiKE II • -finance office from Nasiriyahcame to Camp Bucca and took the money obtained from
There were 3 signed CCV's to
TYP ' E UENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION SA
75 th MP DET (CID) , BALAD, IRAQ APO AE 09391 SIGN
DATE EXHIBIT 1 Oct 04
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
1 FEB 77
For Ofi'lcial. ti:7,e Only Law Enforcement Sensitive. •

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CID Regulation 195-1
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record the transaction. Besides the finance copy, one was attached to the detainee in-processing records and
she thought the third was provided to the detainee.
About 0930, 13 Sep 04, SA 8th MP Det (CID), Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, APO AE
09366, coordinated with SS 60th MP Bn, Camp Bucca, Iraq, who stated the 160 th
MP Bn had been in place since an . ey had not been receiving any type of documents or packets on
detainees. When a detainee arrived, the 160 th MP Bn created a file with a printout of • 'on they entered
into their database and any medical documents which were ener t ere. SSG .aid they had no.files or paperwork on detainees from other facilities. SSG commended coordinating with thefirst facility that housed the detainee.
About 19 Sep 04, SA 11111111111111111Chief of Criminal Investigations, Special Operations
Command, coordinate wz the SFG concerning which units were located at base H3 during the time
period in question. SA as informed that the 800 th MP Bde had operational control (OPCON) of
the detention facility.
About 1030 1 Oct 04, SA Q, USACIDC, coordinated with Commande
rench Milit Mission nch Embassy, Washington, DC, who conducted a chec of theirrecor•s regarding Mr. The search confirmed the issuance of a residence card with an expiration date of 22 Aug 06; however, did not disclose the issuance ther French documents, to include French passport and French refugee card. Commander equested copies of the allegedpassport and refugee card be scanned and emailed to him for further examination, if feasible. Nolurther information was provided. ///LAST ENTRY///
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TYPE ' UENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION .5SA 75 th MP DET (CID) , BALAD, IRAQ APO AE 09391
DATE EXHIBIT 1 Oct 09
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
1 FEB 77
For Oiiic:.7-1! Use Only
Law En:b7c -,:rnent GenRiflve.

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