CID Report: 0191-04-CID259-80235

CID Report regarding alleged abuse suffered by unnamed detainee at unknown location while in the custody of U.S. Coalition forces in Baghdad.

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Investigative File
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Monday, October 4, 2004
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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARIA:.
3n1 MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
78th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) (FWD)
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
BAGHDAD, IRAQ
APO AE 09342
CIMPR-FR
4 October 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL/SSI -019 1-04-CID259-80235—
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1.
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1, 11 APR 2004/ 1300 HRS —13 APR 2004/2359 HRS; UNKNOWN DETENTION FACILITY,
BAGHDAD, IRAQ (IZ)
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 28 JUN 2004, 1300 HRS
INVESTIGATED BY: S SA
SUBJECT: 1. (UNKNOWN); (NFI); [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]
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VICTIM: 1.
, CIV; IRAQ; ISN
BAGHDAD,
IZ; DATE OF CAPTURE: 11 APR 04; M; OTHER; (NFI); XZ; [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]
INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
This investigation was initiated upon receipt of Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-CID789,
from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 th Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ (AGI), regarding allegations Writ was abused at an unknown location while in the custody of U.S. Coalition Forces. t4-(
Investigation established tg ­
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yjdence to prove or disprove the offensesoccurred as alleged by Mr.
Mr. afas captured by 4-5 ADA BN, 1 st Cavalry
Division, APO AE 09379, and subsedu t rviewed by members of 5 th Special ForcesGroup (SFG), CJSOTF-Pde Mr.
aWeges he was abused, and then transported toAGI for internment. M . lleged he was punched and kicked during interrogations, refused food or water for the f tt r 12 four days, and did not receive medical treatment until
the four day of detention. Mr. Thiedical screening indicated he was screened on
11
and 12 Apr 04, with no signs of recent injuries to substantiate abuse. Members of 5 th CJSOTF-AP, were interviewed and denied abusing or witnessing others abuse Kill !?
in
any way and identified him as a cooperative source of information.
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STATUTES
Article 128, UCMJ: Aggravated Assault
Article 93, UCMJ: Cruelty and Maltreatment
Article 81, UCMJ: Conspiracy

EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
Attached: (*.Vie bi•
1.
Agents Investigation Report (AIR) of SAMINIR 28 Jun 04, detailing the receipt of
Memorandum Of Transmittal 0079-04-CID789.

2.
AIR OF SA 111111111111.1P 23 Jun 04, detailing the coordination with A Co, 202 nd MI Battalion
(BN), Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Cent•ztpagdad Central Confineme
(BCCF), Abu Grhaib, I•eview of Mr. etainee file; interview of Mr.
and interview of SPC

3.
S a•Possible Detainee Abuse, 20 Jun 04, detailing allegations of abuse made by
Mr.

4.
Detainee records of Mr. (12 pages).

5.
Medical Records of Mr. Wag Chronological Record of Medical Care, 11 Apr 04 (3 pages)

and 12 Apr 04 (1 page).
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6. AIR of SA detailing the receipt oLrteski-tiaVor Assistance (RFA),
coordination with SFC•Coordination with SFC•and coordination with CW3 ININI,J0qc3skr3
7.
Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), Travel Voucher, 15 Jul 04, pertaining to
CW3 1.111.1.1.1144c-3 ibb.S

8.
AIR of SA•, 26 Jul 04, detailing receipt of RFA; and interview of SSGVIkiiii.'ti

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9.
Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SSG •, 26 Jul 04.

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10.
Handwritten sketchprovided by SSG1111111111.1126 Jul 04.

11.
AIR of SA 4-gig:, 30 Jul 04, detailing receipt of RFA; and coordination with MAJ 111111,614.3,06. 3

12.
Detainee records of Mr. •(39 pages).

13.
AIR of SAA1111111111111.,' 3 Sep 04, detailing coordination with MAJ 1111111111111111P, CW3 0111111111111. and CW3111,11r7c 4f/644

14.
AIR of SA, 9 Sep 04, detailing receipt of RFAI and interviews of CW3

SFCwsairou-tti-q and
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15. Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of CW3 9 Sep 04
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16. Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SFC11111.11.; 9 Sep 04.
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17. AIR of SAW/Mt/MR 23 Sep 04, detailing coordination with CW ,mminp and final
coordination with the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate (SJA).

Not Attached:
Maintained in original case file.
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18. Personal Data Rep
ort of Mr. IMF (Documents classified as "Secret.")
The original of exhibits 1, 2, 6, 8 through 11, and 13 through 17, are forwarded with USACRC
copy of this report. The originals of exhibit 3, 4, and 12, are maintained in the files of the
Magistrate Cell, BCCF, AGI, and 5 th SFG, Arabian Peninsula, Baled, IZ. The originals of Exhibit
5 are maintained in the files of the 391 st MP Battalion Aid Station, BCCF, AGI. The original of
Exhibit 7 is maintained in the files of HQ, DFAS.

STATUS: This is a Final (C) Report. This investigation was terminated in accordance
paragraph 4-17(a)(6) as the Special Agent in Charge determined that furtherance of the
investigation would be of little or no value or leads remaining to be developed would not impact
on the investigative findings of this investigation.

Leads Remaining:
a. Locate, fully identify, and interview SSGgag; who was identified as working with
CJSOTF-AP at the time of Mr. capture.
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b. Locate, fully identify, and interview individuals who conducted medical screening of Mr.
11 and 12 Apr 04, to verify information annotated on medical screening reports.

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c. Conduct canvass interviews of 4-5 ADA, 1 st Cavalry Division, to determine if any individuals
observed signs of abuse when transporting Mr...NIP:to or from

59' SFG, CJSOTF-AP,
facilities. ico-t (10b-c?
Report Prepared By:
Report Approved By:
4061.C.-1 01
Special Agent;
Special Agent in Charge
Distribution:
1-DIR, USACRC, 6010, 6 th Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 (original)
1-Thru: CDR, 22 nd MP BN (CID) (FWD). APO AE 09342
Thru: CDR, 3 rti MP Group (CID)
To: CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

1-PMO, MNF-I (e-mail only)
1-To: CID LNO, MIF-I, APO AE 09342 (e-mail only)

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1-Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Ill Corps, ATTN: CP (email only)
1-File
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 1300, 28 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-0:D789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 th Military Police Detachment, 8jaCntra1 Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, regardinl Mill flU,.. National Detainee Reporting System Number
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(NDRS) as abused at an unknown location while in the custody of Coalition Forces.///LAST ENTRY///
SA 8' MP Detachment (Forward) (CID)

Special Agent Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

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Signature: Date: Exhibit:

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28 JUN 04 L.; CID Form 94 FOR OFFICIALUSE ONLY LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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DETAILS
BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 21 Jun 04, the 504th Military Intelligence (M) Brigade (BDE),
Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), Bag •T 1ponfinement Facility (BCCF),
Abu Ghruyeb,Ira :
Aplksp-ported that Detainee • National Detainee Reporting
System (NDRS) -

11.1PNFI, alleged he was abused while detained by Coalition Forces (CF)
while detained at an unknown location, prior to his arrival at BCCF, AGI.

About 1100, 21 Jun 04, this office received a statement written by SPC.,., 111101111111PA Co. 202 nd MI Battalion (BN), JIDC, BCCF, AGI, detailing ill111111kabuse allegations.
(See Statement)• frolcqf
About 1015, 23 Jun 04, SA i ieviewed ailitildetainee file, and determined he was
captured on 11 Apr 04 by "DakOta 415th 1st Cav" for participating in an a•ai st Coalition
Forces (CF). Statements and detainee transfer documents indicate that •Vas transferred
from "1st Cay" to "CJSOTF" for interrogation and then back to "1st Cav". Two medical screening
records, dated 11 and 12 Apr 04, indicated gaiMaiti other than minor scratches. No medical
record could be located dated 3-4 days after=11111Wcapture, which contradicts his previous
statement of seeing the doctor 3-4 days after his capture. (See Detainee File)

About 1030 3, 4, SA dwith the as i•Linguistiiint this office,
interviewed•

egarding his abuse allegation.•stated he was captured on 11 Apr 04 in
Rathwania, Baghdad and taken to an unknown location for 7-8 daysigathen taken to a
second unknown location for four days before transferring to BCCF. aid that during the
first two days at the first location, he was interrogated by 2-3 three English speaking men and one
male linguist, while hooded. He said as they asked questions, the men would slap him with an open
hand on the back of the head. He said this occurred on the first and second day only. He said on
the third or fourth day, a doctor treated, •s id the doctor determined he had irregular
breathing and prescribed him medicine. denied being seen by a doctor on the day of his
capture, 11 Apr 04. He was specifically asked if he was kicked during his interrogation and he
responded, "No", and that no other physical abuse occurred.

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AGENT'S COMMENT: nommontas interviewed about his interrogation, his capture, and his allegation of being forced to sig •I•o fessions for 20 minutes before he mentioned he was hit in any way. A comparison of the revious statement to MI, his detainee file, and this statement reveal the following inconsistencies: Documentation exists indicating he was seen by medical personnel on 11 and 12 Apr 04, not 3-4 days later. In his previous statement he said he was treated for high heart rate, not irregular breathing. During his first statement, he said he was kicked as well as beaten in the head. He now makes no mention of kicking and said he was only slapped in the head.
11,4L_-(j2f2:1_ AV, -3
About 2000. 23 Jun 04, SA .111.1.11•11110nterviewed SPC •vho stated this was his second
interview with . nd•enth interview since arriving at BCCF. SPC•aid

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TYPE AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION SA• f l fodG-i 6,1„. PRISONER INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT)(CID) Baghdad Central Confinement Facility, Abu Ghruyeb 09342
SIGNATURE DATEd EXHIBITdl="
23 Jun 04
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DETAILS
61,4.is phini.,
gation records from :
that he reviewed all of , found no record of111.11.0 abuse allegations. SPC' id the records reflec twitting to admit to the attacks during th ' e interviews. He then sal. .7--, began to waffle when recalling
,-.. said tory would change drastically. About the seventh or eighth interview,0 ."!'..3.., y he signed the confessions under duress d participating in the attack. id that at no time prior to this occasion did a ge abuse. SPC , , I( stated that during this particular intervi lking about the confessions -
"lif, —alleged he was t ,,'stetted the allegations him are recorded in the preVious
r:..--_ .z.;,„. -, statement. SPC specifically re 0 -.,. N.
r. _ 1. saying he was kicked as well as
bie recalls one inconsistency when as alleging the abuse. He recalls the issue of being blindfolded, but yet being abl confessions were written in English and
1,--- :1Zi i.
Arabi taistioned about this detz*I . -IThen suddenly related he lifted the blindfold. SPC —tated that he feels that ying about the abuse and is just trying to avoid the fact that he signed the confessions.
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TYPE AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUM : E ORGANIZATION!
SA PRISONER INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT)(CID) Baghdad Central Confinement Facility, Abu Ghruyeb 09342
SIGNATURE DATE EXHIBIT
23 Jun 04
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DETAILS
On 19 Jul 04, this office received a Category I Request for Assistance (RFA) from the 78th Military Police Detachment (CII)) (FWD), 3rd Military Police Group, USAC po i,. • -—. • 4 ei)RFAd
A. $ . I , Iraq APO ;anrequ to locate, fully identify, and interview CW3 I), SSGSS I), G, Fort Carson, CO 80913 (FCC), regarding the allegationsabuse made by Mr. ational Detainee Reporting System Number (NDRS) %lie at an unknown location while in L9f coalition forces. The RFA also requests this office to obtain any documentation pertaining to Mr. °include prisoner records, interrogation reports, and medical records which may have been maintained from the unit's rotation to Iraq.
About 1430, 19 Jul 04, SA e•I t: et with SFC11111111111111111.11111110SC, 10th SFG, FCC, whorelated CW3 SFG, is on leave until 17 Aug 04, but should still bein the area. SFC elated S "'At assigned to 2nd BN, 5th SFG, Fort Campbell, KY, and there is no record of a SSG ssigned to 10th SFG.
About 1500, 19 Jul 04, SAltilifilicloordinated with SFC111111111111111.1111.NCOIC, CI, 10TH SFG, FCC,
w
ho related all the records pertaining to th e were handed over to the 5th SFG when they took over for +ilk at Camp Palaiwada, Iraq. SF so related he has no information to provide regarding Mr. and did not work with CW3 hile in Iraq.
A bout 1115, 20 Jul 04, SA coordinated with CW3 GSC, 10th SFG, FCC, who related he was on emergenc olorado Springs, CO, until 12 Apr 04, and was inStuttgart, Germ 1 -14 Ap related he returned to Iraq on 14 Apr 04, and does
iso related he did not witness abuse any detigii 4T3 elated SSG to 5th SFG, Fort Campbell, KY, and SSG I) is a reservist. CW3 provided a copy of his TDY Settlement for his emergency
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jaw-(9c, 48th MP Det (Co). el MP Group (CID) USACIDC SA Fort Carson, CO 80913
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Indianapolis Center
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Indianapolis, Indiana 46249-0150

Mr. Larry North
Phone: (317)510-7365
E-mail: larry.north@dfas.mil

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AGENT'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORT ROI NUMB.ER 0150-2004-CID446
CID Regulation 195-1 Page 1 oft pages
DETAILS:

About 1600, 26 Jul 04, this office received a facsimile from 3 I'd Military Police Group, 78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (F Ira APO AE 09342, requesting this office fully identify and interview SSG currently assigned to the Basic Noncommissiond Officers Course (BNCOC), Noncommissioned Officer's. Acad ), Fort uach a AZ 85613 (FHAZ), regarding an allegation that he abused Mr RS#
w le in his custody.
About 1745, 26 Jul 04, SA MIIIIIIIMIINDidvised SSGumwmf his legal righ yaved and provided a Sworn Statement, wherein he denied he abused any detainees. SSG iated he was in the presence of the detainees for a total of about three and a. h pn 11 Apr 04, and during that time none of the detainees were mistreated in any way. SSG er stated he did not see any of the detainees again until about one week later when he was asked to escort one of the detainees from a National Guard Unit, where he signed for the detainee, ined Joint Special Operations Task Force (CJSOFT) Detention Facility. Additionally, SSG tated the detainee's heads were covered with sand bags during the interview process. (See Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement)
AGENT'S COMMENT: During the interview, SSGaglagf(etched a map of the location of the buildings he was working in. (See Interview Sketch)
STATUS: This action closed in the files of this office. No further investigative activity is anticipated. LAST ENTRY
trr^ c-€116(.— I (94a TYPED NAME. SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION Fort Huachuca Resident Agency, Ft Huachuca, AZ 85613
DATE 26 Jul 04 EXHIBIT
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RIGHTS .VARNING PROCEDURE/WAIVER CERT :."':`ATE For use of this form. see AR 190-30: the or000nent aeencv is ODCSOPS
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
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AUTHORITY:• Title 10, United States Code,d- ,d-,
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:dTo provide commanders andd $filegillifion may be accurately identified.
ROUTINE USES:•Your Social Security Number is used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate tiling and retrieval.

DISCLOSURE:• Disclosure of your Social Security Number is vokmtary.
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I. LOCATION 2. DATE 34311", 4. FILE NO.
26 Jul, 04 . 5 5 0150-04-CID446

Fort Huachuca Resident Agency (CED), 85613
8. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
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Noncommisioned Officer's Academy
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6. SST(:d• .4.4 i (94, - t, J 7. GRADE/STATUS Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613
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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 Army Criminal Investigation Command
and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am

as a Special A•00•14-4( i kii -q
suspected/dAssault, Cruelty and Maltreatment, Conspiracy
Before he/she asked 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 any questions or say anything.
2.
Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.

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 for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to mc.
or both.

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(Fo• civilians not 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. t 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 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.

5. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B. Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above. •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 m-411.101C -4 , to 4. .44

WITNESSES (If available) 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE " _', _& I 'lag ilf7V
I a. NAME (Type or Print) -
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Fort Huachuca Resident Agency (CID)
Ft. Huachuca, AZ 85613

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Section U. Non-Waiver•
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, • I watil a lawyer • I do not want to he questioned or say anything
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LOCATION FILE NUMBER Blda 31022. Fort Huachuca. AZ 85670 0 150-04-CID446-
LAST NAME. F1RSTNAME,.MIDDLE NAME SOCIAL figcURITY NUMBER RANK/STATUS
cife-4 • 0114111/11144c•el ile'd • SSG
AthiikibioRdatitAti
BNCOC, Noncomtzlissioned Officer Academy, Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613

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ANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER
OATH: On or itiotit thill of April of 2004, I was stationed at the Radwania Palace Complex in Baghdad, when I was notified
of three detainees captured by a National Guard Unit in the vicinity of Radwania on MSR Tampa exit 12A or 11 (on an
overpass). I went to an empty building near gate one. When I arrived I saw the three detainees and I asked that they be separated
into three empty rooms in the building. We began to screen the first detainee during his medical screening. I did the screening
with an interpreter, a guard and a medic. While I was completing the initial screening information the Doctor went to do the
medical screening information from the second detainee. Then I went to do the screening of the second detainee. When I
completed that one, I went in to do the screening of the third detainee while the doctor was finishing up the medical screening.
That was when the third one admitted he fired the RPG on US forces. I finished getting the information from "three." Then I
went to talk to "one," and he admitted he made a mistake when he fired on US forces. When I was done with that, I went outside
to eat dinner with the 1 SG. While I was outside, checked the paperwork to ensure they had sworn statements (which I never
saw), capture tags, medical evaluations, and the medical screening papers. I to,theRiivo,uld get the personnel screening and
the initial screening information. I'm not sure, but I think SGT •TfiiguriMeind spoke to number three. Then we
were called back up to the office. That was when I was told they were going to take the detainees to "29 Palms Detention
Facility." I informed my chain of command of the information we obtained from the detainees, the current situation of the
detainees, where they were going to be moved, who had them, and if they needed to talk to someone that was who had them since
we did not have control of them any more. About a week later, I signed one of the detainees out to be talked to by another
interrogator. I don't know if the detainee was talked to or not, but I ended up taking him back pretty quickly. It seemed like to
me the detainee was in pretty good condition. That was pretty much the condition we left them in when we left them as well. I
remember those guys were cooperative. Detainee number three just came out and said he shot at the US forces. He stated he
disarmed the RPG and then overshot on purpose. Then I went back and talked to one and that was when he admitted he made

a
mistake. I am pretty sure that 1 SG was not going to allow something like abuse of the detainee vres-gekrto happen. I was very
impressed at his professionalism.

,
Q: sAiipanumd
A: SSG
SSGung.4,q,c..q 1 1/04
Q: How do you remember this was around the li d' of April, 2004.
A: Because it was close to Easter and we were having a lot of problems around that gate. There were a lot of fire fights those
couple of days. Our perimeter was probed around that time. There was lots of information on this area these detainees were
captured in.

Q: Do you remember anything more specific about the empty building?
A: It was an old detention facility by the SF battalion there before us. It was in between the Iraqi gate (gate 1) and the second
gate. It was near the inspection area.

Q: What was the condition of the detainees when you arrived at the empty building?
A: They seemed to be in pretty good shape. The Doctor did not point out anything adverse about them.
Q: How were they bound?
A: They had plastic cuffs (zip ties) and sand bags over their heads.
Q: Were the sandbags ever removed?
A: Yes. I believe during the medical procedure. but then we put them back on the detainees when the medical screening was
finished.

Q: Who put the bags on the detainee's heads?
A: The guards did. and they moved them when we wanted them moved. We did not touch them at all. only the guards did.
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a*: Who could see you during the screening process of the detainees? 136-04
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A: The Doctor. the guard in the room, and the interpreter.
Q: What was each of their names?
A: I don't know. That was the first and only time I met the doctor (she was actually a Medic). I may have met
the guards a few more times later, but I don't know who they were. And the interpreter-was one of four
interpreters we were us' •His name may be on the screening report or the TIR, but I don't remember which
one it was. It wasd:;::Mlbr the other guy that shot himself in the hand and I can't remember his name, but
not•or•I think it VMSdIt4G 406 -3

Q: Was the same gu with you during the interviews of the detainees?
A: There was a different guard with each detainee. The guards stayed in the rooms with the detainees.
Q: How long were you with each of the detainees?
A: Number one was about an hour all together. Number two was about 30 to 40 minutes. And number three
was about an hour.

Q: Which one of the three did you sign out about a week later?
A: I believe if was number two. I believe it was the guy that I did not get very much information out of which is
what surprised me when I picked him up.

Q: Was there anything else you remember about the detainees?
A: Number one was the biggest guy and there was something about his tan line that led us to believe he was
lying. The tans on numbers two and three led us to believe they were telling the truth about their occupations.
Two was also kind of stubborn. When the other two caved, that led us to believe that number two was the
leader. And I believe number two and number three were brothers or related.

Q: Whataialig's name?
A: 1SG•His AKO account is ^^ us.army.mi l
Q: What paperwork was kept on the detainees?
A: We turned over all the paperwork to the National Guard Unit because they were not our detainees and not
our responsibility. But when I went to pick up the detainee about a week later, I noticed the paperwork was
messed up and I pointed it out to the people I was signing him out from. But I can't remember what was
messed up exactly.

Q: What are some of the things you remember the most about your encounter with these detainees?
A: "Three" gave up the information pretty easily. They were the first three we caught in the act with the
evidence in their hands. The Guard Unit that captured the detainees 1 SG was told not to let that happen again
and that his guys should be given the first crack at them. Their S-2 came back asking for an interrogation report
on the 2" detainee. I did not do interrogations, I did screenings and number "two" didn't offer information like
the other two, so I did not do a report on him.

Q: What did you mean by you were called back up to the office?
A: Me, the 1SG and the S-2 were talking about what the next step was to do with the detainees. I think we
established enough to send them to Abu Ghraib. Then I went up to my office located in the Radmania Palace,
since I was not in the National Guard Unit.

Q: Did you ever have any of the detainees sign any statements?
A: I did not personally have any of them sign the paper, but one of the three detainees signed a confession that
said, "Yes, I did this." I believe it was in the paperwork of number "two's." That is why I had to escort him
back to the "CJSOFT Detention Facility," to get him to sign the paperwork. He was smiling when he went in

and he was smiling when he came out.
Q: You said earlier that he was the one that did not give up any information and his paperwork was messed up.
Please explain why you would need to take him to get a signature on a confession.

A: Somebody else talked to him after I did. The paperwork, it was either the medical screening paperwork or
the capture paperwork that was messed up. I noticed when I was signing him out that either the middle name or
the last name did not match the other paperwork.

Q: Who talked to him after ywasli&w..3 viakkif
A: It could have been CW %AMIN= SSG11111.1111MCW311111111111k or SFC -or any of the
interrogators that worked for the unit that had him.

Q: Whom do you think talked to him after you did?
A: I am pretty sure the interrogators for the "29 Palms" talked to him after I did. When I signed him, out it was
one of the above four named that wanted to talk to him, so it was probably one of them. They were in there a
short time, and that guy came out in good shape.

Q: About how long was that detainee in there the second time? DODDOACID004346
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egrp: How long was the total process of interviewing the detainees from when they entered separate rooms to 'when they were finished being interviewed?
A: About three to three and a half hours.
Q: What types of procedures did you use to make them uncomfortable or make them talk?

A: With those three we did not have to use one because number three started talking during the screening.
There was no reason to put them in any positions. When we talked to number one the second time we just stood
him up. And number two is a liar so we did not talk to him after the screening.

Q: If I were there watching the interviews, what would I have seen?
A: You would have seen me talking to a detainee. They were standing the first time until we got to number three who we aloud to sit down but not lay down. Number two kept laying down and we had to have the guard pick him up.
Q: When were the detainees moved out of the empty building?
A: I don't know exactly when they moved them out of the building, but I was told they were going to be moved
later that night or earlier the next morning.

Q: Did you kick any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q:
Did you hit any of the detainees?
,-- A: No I did not.

Q:
Did you slap any of the detainees in the back of the head or do anything that someone would interpret as you slapping one of them in the back of the head?

A: No I did not.
Q: Did you see anyone else hit any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you see anyone kick any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you hear about anyone hitting any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you hear about anyone kicking any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.• •
Q: What types of detainee abuses have you heard about?
A: The Abu Ghraib. I also heard about an Iraqi Air Force General who died in custody of the US from a
newspaper. And of course I read about the Afghanistan people that were transported in a container truck and
died because of not enough water or holes punched into the truck.

Q: Have you ever witnessed anyone hitting any detainees?
A: Yes, one of our interpreters had an emotional moment and slapped a detainee in the back of the head and I
made him stop.

Q: When did this interpreter slap a detainee?
A: When I first got there and we were doing turnovers, in early March of this year. It sounded like the detainee said something to the interpreter.
Q: What was the interpreter's name?
A: I don't know. I got him from the CJSOFT or the old group interpreters. I only used him for that couple of
days on those detainees and then he left.

Q: Have you heard about anyone hitting any detainees?
A: Not any names, but you hear that it happens. I never heard that anyone in particular did anything like that.
Q: How were these confessions taken?
A: I don't know because I did not take them?
Q: Did you see any of the confessions written?
A: Yes, I saw them in their packet, but I did not see who took them.•SOL-4ii*.ct
Q: Did the detainees ever complain to you about any abuses?
A: No, they never complained about anything but the temperaturen. ,,, 41't
Q: Were you afforded the opportunity to take breaks?
A: Yes.
Q: Were you offered something to eat and drink?
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Q: How do you feel you were treated here today?
A: I was treated Pretty good.
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About 1300. 27 Jul 04. this office received a Request for Assistance (RFA) from 78` MP DET (CID) (FWD).
Task Force
Baghdad. Iraq. APO AE 09342, to coordinate with the Combined Joint Special Operations
ul Balad, Iraq, APO AE 09391. and obtain any and all documentation available
(CJSOTF). Arab'P•
to include medical screening records, interrogation reports, and transfer
regarding Mr. paperwork. if available.
JSOTF, Arabian
coordinated with MAJ
About 1605. 30 Jul 04. SA Peninsula, Balad. Iraq. APO AE 09391, (5th Special Forces Group, Fort Campbell, KY 42223). who provided
.(See documents enclosed)
-this agent with documents pertaining to Mr.
°L( i` STATUS: This RFA is closed in the files of this office as all investigative activity is completed. /11/1/11/11/1///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////LAST ENTRY///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT CID Regulation 195-1 ROI NUMBE 0191-04-C1D259-80235
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2045, 20 Aug 04 — 0950, 24 Aug 04, SA inatedh

(NFI), Judge GSC Student, Fis 'iiveiiWbrth, KS, forme•171'1 k ,ea a
CJBOTF-AP, Iraq. MM as provided with a copy of forms pos
detainee file, utilized to defe4'. orized interrogation techniques. MAJ

signature on the form. MM lated he did not receive the forms
orn the
interrogators, explaining they werefarwarded from the unit, through his office for approval.

Abo Aug 04, SA tet•coordinated with CW34110116111,
NFI), who related
SSG NFI) was a National Guard soldier assigned to their unit, but was unaware of his
home station.

alisigink
l Between 04 — 0830, 3 Se•04, SA• oordinated with CW3 2nd Battalio 'al Forces Group, Fort Cam assigned to CJSOTF-AP, Iraq. C as asked to identify SSG indicated he was unaware of SSG
static ed SSG' take pt cess of interviewing Mr. CW3•a lated he an
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2nd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group,
pbell•3, formerlyCJSOTF-AP, Iraq, conducted the interviews of Mr.
W3•related Mr.
as a somewhat cooperative detainee, providing inf
U.S. Coalition Forces on previous o•nd at no time did he ever witness SFC
r any other personnel strike r, which would prompt him to make allegations of abuse. CW3 elated M•as not denied food or water, and was medically screened on a daily
basis.
Agent's Comment: CW3•61110agreed to be interviewed by Fort Campbell CID personnel to obtain a sworn statement concerning his interviews of Mr. MEM ///LAST ENTRY///
TYPE AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 1015, 8 Sep 04, this office received a Category 1 (CAT 1) Request for Assistance (RFA) from the 78th Military po. -•t p14 (CID) (FWD,•APO AE 09342, to locate, fully identify, and interview SFC • and CW4 •both assigned to5th Soup (SFG), Fort Campbell, KY 4.
2223 (FCICY), regarding their interrogations of Mr. d to determine if any abuse occurred.
About 1040, 9 Sep 04, S•dvised CW4
Warrant Officer, 2nd Battalion, 5 SFG, FCKY, of his legal rights, ren
statement wherein he detailed the capture ion of Mr.• CW 7t-

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denied•14dge of any abu denied he ever struck, beat, or kicked Mr "LI" CW4 •her sta employee of the coalition forces and freely provided information to him ated he would have called it an interview and not an interrogation. C ated as provided food and water, as he was providing needed information. CW ated Mr. ould not give any locations or give up his tribal s because he said his family would get killed. (See Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of CW4 for details.)
About 1310, 9 Sep 04, SA1111141111141161111111=1111this office, advised SFC •111111111‘111161111111611PN— -6G-•111) 111111111e Battalion, 5 th SFG, F y is legal rights, which he waived an •worn statement wherein 40 using Mr.•having any knowledge about Mr. •g abused while he
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do not have to answer any question or say any**.
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gnerpetsannel subject tithe UCMJ I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before. daring, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
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Int I am now willing to discuss the offense1s1 under investigation, with or without a lawyer present. I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or
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FILE NUMBER: 06 btu. C1D033
DATE: 9 Sep 04
TIME: 1„.7
NAME:
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ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS: r d Battalion. 5 th Special Forces Group, Fort Campbell, KY

42223
want to make the following statement under oath:
ep oyed to frail in Feb 04 and returned on 24 July 04. My duty position was as the Battalion's Operations Warrant and 0 •ntrol Element Leader for FOB-Central HUMINT operations. In early April•as captured by coalitiwitmajpsponding to an insurgent ambush near the Radwaniyah Palace Complex, BIAP, Iraq.•as caught with an AK-47 and several magazines, most of which where empty. The Ambush site was near a bridge and undig kery
bridge an RPG was found, as well as, a box containing Improvised Explosive Device items. was in-proce•t th JSOTF-AP DIF (BIAP) and was medically determined as suited for questioning.•as first exposed to an explosive residue test, conducted by myself, and tested extremely positive for recent black-powder and explosive residue. This test was immediately ­placed into an evidence package and documented. Enough evidence for further processing was gained at the capture sit%•d ith the explosive residue positive testing. After confirming biographical information,• d of the circumstances of his apil potential
pending charges. From this point on •egan to inform myself, ;,-;• dt--A„ in —my
assistant, as to people who had convinced him to join the ambush •as considered at
this time a cooperative source of infoa " •His tribal Sheik, as the primary
influencer or e•people like•ho joined the insurgents' ambush to gain `wasta'
with his sheik.•sked if he provided other names could he be released or reduce the amount
of time spent in jail. I told him that this was a matter ttaiiiicourts would decide, but his
information might mitigate the length of his sentencing. •hen told me of the Tactics,
Techniques, and Procedures used by the insurgents to set-up the ambush sites d •r ly
warning system — this information confirmed other reporting but appeared tha •as

1044. t ti ally diverting the conversation from his tribal sheik's current location. When I asked
to go with us and point out the sheik's residence and others who were involved in the
ambush, he broke down crying stating that hisWilke hbe killed. At this point the questioning
ceased for the day. The second day I questione •* ng and the evening trying to
pinpoint locations of other insurgents and tribal leadershi . •stuck to his previous days

, but would not provide locations and assured me he would never be present in front of
if his tribal sheik were captured, and he would not testify against him. Again stating
his wife and children would be killed. I suspected that this would not changed. and ordered his
further detainee pr s 1 o the Abu Ghurayh pipeline. He was never questioned by any other
JSOTF-AP soldier . 'as never struck. kicked, slapped, denied basic medical services, food
or water. or religious practices during his time at JSOTF-AP Detainee Interrogation Facility (DIF).

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d water during his interviews/interrogations?
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were changing during this time as a fall out from the Abu Ghurayb incident. ever inform you or SF•f any other soldiers beating, striking, or
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kicking him while in detention at the DIF?

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Q. Did Mr.•
A. All detainees receive medical screening upon receipt at the DIF. I do not think he had to have
any medical treatment, not even a band aide. He may have asked for medication for his stomach, because he told us one time he was
md transported him to the DIF?
Q. Do you recall who captured Mr.•
A. It was 45 ADA, RPC61QgklicAcaction Forces (QRF).
• medical screening documents prior to his interviews?
Q. Did you review Mr.
A. Yes. /Az
Q. Were any injuries Mr711111111Way have received documented on the medical screening documents?
A. He did not receive any major injuries, but he had some minor scratches from his capture that were documented.
Q. Do you have anything else to add to this statement?
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PART I • RIGHTS WAIVERIII0E-WAIVER CERTIFICATE

Section A. Rights
'•he investigator whose name appears below told am that halshe is with the United States Army • ,I Li••• • t A. ' -.A.
a cdg......de_P-11 ( 'IA I•AgPATd and wonted to quesden me about the falletving •I of which I am
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Before WAIN asked me any questions about dm effemteld, lionever, heldie made it deer to me that I have the following rights:
nal have to answer any quasdon or say anything.
ything I say or do can be used as evidence against me hi a criminal trial.
For petsonoel subject othe UCMJ I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before. dining, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with am
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for ma at no expense to ma,
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 have a lawyer present 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 went one, a lawyer
will be appointed lar me before any questioning begins.
II I am now willing to discuss the °tinsels) 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 fulmar. oven if I sign the waiver below.
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and my rights as stated above. I am now wining to deems the offeesels1 under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.
3.dSIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEEWITNESSES ilfevaistlel
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1 — 1•I do not want to give up my rights• DODDOACID-004356 0 I want a lawyer• . I do not want to be questioned or say anything
—1 1 2•SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE

.----10A FORM 28231 SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECTIACCUSED

. ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT
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LOCATION: Fort Campbell, KY 42223
FILE NUMBER: i I4-04-CID033-
DATE: 9 Sep
TIME: /y3Su bfeli

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NAME:
SSAN:
GRAD
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS: 2d BN, 5 th Special Forces Group, FCKY

want to make the following statement under oath:
was deployed to Iraq on 18 February 2004 and remained TDY until 20 July 2004. While in Iraq I resided at the Radwaniyah Palace Complex (RPC) under CJSOTF-AP control. My principal duties during the deployment was the assistant to CW311111111111(0CE supervisor) involving HUIVIINT activities. In early to mid April, 2004, (around Easter Sunday) there were numerous ambushes that occurred in the Radwaniyah area. During one of these ambushes the CJSOTF-AP Quick Reaction Force (QRF) was dispatched to assist other elements under attack. While enroute the QRF was itself ambushed, reportedly by mortors, machine guns, small arms, and Rocket•e I d Grenades (RPG's). After gaining control of the situation the QRF detained a man name o 44, underneath a bridge, he was obviously involved in the ambush and armed with an AK-47. was captured with an RPG, explosive is AK-47 (one and a half magazines expended and one full magazine) and other perso was processed into the Detention Isolation Facility (DIF) and medics c nelr CW3 read the medical screening report prior to his interview process. During stay at the DIF he was encouraged to eat and drink and did. He was also enc ractice any religious ritual (such as praying) within reason that was feasable and did. s told at the beginning of the interview process the circumstancof •ture and the obvious evidence against him. Faced with this glaring unshakeable evidenc •as a
det•ovided information concerning insur•ership, particularly
10•
as asked to personally identify (PID) •residence but didn't
want to becaus•a 'd that his family would be killed if he did this. When interviewed
r bout•he would go back to his story about the ambush and delay the interview.

as then asked to sign sworn confessions concerning his obvious involvement in an
ambush against rces and Insurgent cell leadership information he had provided during
his initial interview. signed these st of his own accord, willingly, without any

cohersion, promises, or believe that i§g for any way to mitigate his
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obviously bad situation. •efused to PID and it was decided that he be sent to

Abu GI Prison due to the evidence against him and his unwillingness to cooperate any
0
was medically scr a /least once a day and finally upon his t •V.
,as interviewed by CW3•an •t•s his a•nt in all matters. was not
interviewed by any other person besides CW_ aYmvsel I were together
throughout h dur•r of each interview. At no time wa \Wit or kicked in any fashion

whatsoever.•-tad but a few scratch ket the time of capture and was released from
the DIF without any injuries. I believe that got to AG during the time of the incidents
publicized and during his stay fabricated alle tions in hopes of mitigating or completely absolving
INITIALS OF PERSON MAKING STATEMENT PAGE. I OF 2 PAGES

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himself from his obviously grim future. was a cooperative. well spoken and polite detainee
that had attempted and participated in attacks against American Forces attempting to kill them, and
found himself in a very bleak situation that his only hope is fabrication in order to mitigate
adjudication.

Q. Do you recall req the CTJF-7 Commander to use any interrogation tactics
necessary against Mr.•'•o obtain information from him during his interview/interrogations?

A. No.
Q. Did anyone request this?
A. I don't believe so. ta
Q. At anytime did Mr..•ppear to have been beaten?
A. No. -if
Q. Did you review the medical screenings of Mr.
A. I don't recall, I probably re•ut was not very thorough.
Q. Do you remember what Mr. •as given to eat during the time he was
interviewed/interrogated?

A. MBE's, -ie, tea.
Q. Did Mr. .MM. ave any injuries? .
A. No.
Q. Did Mrl.galaterport to you being beaten by anyone else?
A. No.• tac-'11 id."1
Q. Do you have anything else you would like to add to this statement?
A. No.////////////////////END OF STATEMENT////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
AFFIDAVIT
1, tawhave read or have had read to me this statement which begins on page 1 and
ends on page 2. 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. •
6.'1 krY
Witness #1:
Subscribed and sworn before me, a
person authorized by law to administer
oaths, this 9th day of Sep2004,
at Fo
Witness #2:
( ignature o
SA (Typed name of Person Administering Oath) Article 136 (b) (4) UCM.1
(Authority to Administer Oath)
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DETAILS
About 1400, 13 Sep 04, SA interpreter utilized, s the interpreter for Mr.
out 1500, 23 Sep 04, SA •coordinated with CPT-Office of the
.

Staff Judge Advocate (SJA), Carrip Vitiory, Iraq, who opined there Was inst:trident evidence to
.
rove or disprove the offenses of Assault and Cruelty and maltreatment occurred as alleged by Mr. ///LAST ENTRY/// 4,1
TYPE AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER
ORGANIZATION SA• lefic-r 1 (96,-1M? 22nd MP BN (CID)(FWD), 781h MP Det (CID)(FWD), Detainee Abuse Task Force, Camp Victory, Iraq, APO AE 09342 •
SIGNAT
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY-LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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DATE: 29 JUNE 2004

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

TO: DIRECTOR, USACRC, USACIDC, FORT BELVOIR, VA
CDR, HQUSACIDC ATTN: CIOP-ZA, FORT BELVOIR, VA
CDR, 221iTD MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (CID) (FWD)
CDR, 3D MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
CDR, 78TH MILITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD)
MNF-I, CHIEF OF STAFF, DETAINEE OPS
PROVOST MARSHAL, MNF-I
LNO CID, MNF-I (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

SUBJECT: CID REPORT -INITIAL/SSI - 0191-04-CID259-80235-
/5C2/5Y2E/5X1

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1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1.
11 APRIL 2004/1300 HRS - 13 APRIL 2004/2359 HRS;
UNKNOWN DETENTION FACILITY, BAGHDAD, IZ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 28 JUN 2004, 1300 HRS

3.
INVESTIGATED BY: SA.SA
SA

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4. SUBJECT: 1..(UNKNOWN); M; (NFI); AND MALTREATMENT] (CONSPIRACY] [ASSAULT] [CRUELTY
2..(UNKNOWN); M; (NFI); AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY] [ASSAULT] [CRUELTY
3.(UNKNOWN); M; (NFI); AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY] [ASSAULT] [CRUELTY
5. VICTIM: 1..
CIV; NDRS #

CAPTURED 11 APR 04; M; IZ (NFI); [ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND .
MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

5. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT
IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
AND MAY CHANGE PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE
INVESTIGATION.

THIS Is AN "OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.

UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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C. AASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE 6:4LY
ON 28 JUN 04, THIS OFFICE RECEIVED MEMORANDUM OF
TRANSMITTAL 0079-04-CID789, FROM THE PRISONER
INTERVIEW/INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT), 75TH MILITARY POLICE
DETACHMENT, BAGHDAD CENTRAL CONFINEMENT F.(BCCF),
ABU GHRAIB, IZ, REGARDING ALLEGATIONS MR..AS ABUSED
AT AN UNKNOWN LOCATION WHILE IN THE CUSTODY OF COALITION
FORCES.

M NARY INVESTIGATION DISCLOSED THAT ON 11 APR 04, MR.
AS TRANSPORTED TO AN UNKNOWN DETENTION FACILITY,
WHERE HE WAS INTERROGATED BY AT4iTWO ENGLISH-SPEAKING

lati
MEN AND ONE MALE LINGUIST. MR. 'ALLEGED THAT DURING
HIS FIRST TWO DAYS OF CONFINEMENT, COALITION FORCES ABUSED
HIM

ON 20 JUN 04, MR.VitegAS INTERVIEWED BY PERSONNEL FROM
THE 504TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BRIGADE, JOINT INTERROGATION
AND DEBREIFING CENTER (JIDC), BAGHDAD CENTRAL CONFINEMENT
FA I R.

( CCF), ABU GHRAIB, IZ. DURING THIS INTERVIEW,
MR..SATED WHEN HE WAS FIRST CAPTURED, HE WAS THROWN
AGAINST A WALL AND HIT HIS HEAD AGAINST THE WALL; WAS NOT
FED FOR THE FIRST THREE DAYS OF HIS CONFINEMENT; AND HE WAS
BEATEN AND KICKED IN.HIS HEAD DURING INTERROGATIONS.

ON 23 JUN 04, SA PIT, 75TH MP DET,
BCCF, INTERVIEWED MR. ING THE ALLEGATIONS HE
MADE ON 20 JUN 04. MR. TED DURING THE
INTERROGATIONS, WHICH OCCURRED DURING THE FIRST TWO DAYS OF
HIS CAPTURE, HEE

TRUCK ON THE BACK OF THE HEAD WITH AN
OPEN HAND. MR.E

AADE NO MENTION OF THE PREVIOUS
ALLEGATIONS DURING THIS INTERVIEW.

ON 11 APR 04, MR. litigieNDERWENT A MEDICAL SCREENING,
WHICH REFLECTED NO INDICATIONS OF ABUSE. HYPERTENSION AND
TACHYCARDIA WERE NOTED AND CITED AS CIRCUMSTANTIAL.

ON 12 APR 04, MR.VilittDERWENT A SECOND MEDICAL
SCREENING, WHICH DISCLOSED NO SIGNS OF ABUSE.

EFFORTS ARE ONGOING TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY, AND

INTERVIEW THE THREE UNIDENTIFIED MALES AND LOCATE THE
DETENION FACILITY PRIOR TO BCCF.

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.

UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
DODDOACID-004364
2LASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

AR 600-8-2

7. COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF
PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND
AR 380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF

PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.
CID REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF

8.

CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.

PROTECTIVE MARKING IN ACCORDANCE WITH
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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7. CASE NUMBER
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1000,17 Aug 04 Sent email to LTC111111111kequesting status of coordination with his higher for
1111.111116 getting "read on" to the program, to review cases from TF 6-26. Posted email to
I:10 ROI 0127-04-0D259.

1300, 17 Aug 04 Sent email to LTC illarepesting status of coordination with his higher for COMM getting "read on" to the program, to review cases from TF 6-26. Posted email to ROI 0127•D259.
1140, 17 Aug 04 Between 1140-1300, 17 Aug 04, SA1011.11111101111attempted to conta ct SA MM. 111111111111110CID, Bel* IZ, in order to facilitate upcoming RFA's and further
1:30 coordination with LTC... Sent email to SA 1111111111111 who responded andconfirmed his office would be able to handle the RFAs.
0910, 19 Aug 04 Received email from CPT H Legal Advisor, TF 6-26, DNVT 52911111110who related he was the rei5lacemeat for LTC •Ind would be
1:20 handling any future inquiries. CPT•related this office should coordinate any investigative requests yiaSMINCI10.1111111111111¦ LNO, TF 6­26, etc.. Sent email to CPT elating this office would comply. Posted email to ROI 0127-04-CID259.
1100, 19 Aug 04 About 1100, 19 Aug 04, SAC went correspondence to Mr. 11111111111111b .IIIIIIIIIIIINIIMhrequesting guidance on what to do with TF 6-26 RFA's in
1:15 reference to CPT •latest email in reference to SA INIIMINO1 Mr. eillniMbdirected this office to forward all RFA's to him and he would forward to Command to be forwarded to SAIIIIII.1.1111 111116 for
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completion.• - -3 1600, 19 Aug 04 Received ern•ligho related the investigations should be directed
through Mr.• r completion. Forwarded mssg to Mr.
I: 20 1111111111111111111111.and Mr.111111111111111for action. Posted email to ROI 0127-04-
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0930, 20 Aug 04 Conducted a review of case file. This case was identified as alleged abuse, which =Mb was being attributed to IT 6-26. During the review, it appeared the interrogations
I: 180 were conducted by CJSOTF-AP personnel, which are not assets of TF 6-26. The following individuals were identified for possible leads:
1. Locate, fully ID, and interview SSG•who was identified as one of the SF interrogators.

2. Locate, fully ID, and inte•pit, q•to determine if he recalls signing the re est•or the use of advane techniques.•a ed he had not submitted a request for •nor had he ever interviewed him, however his name and a signature are on the form.
itrak.
3. Locate, fully ID, and interview CWw o submitted a form to MAJ n the same day for the interview of a different detainee, but worked
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Ansi
AGENTS ACI1V1TY S CINITROL NUMBER
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
samiiimw
SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIEVE Aarnirr side by side SFCIIIIIW91.c ,b`-c'
Research all: three individuals via AKO. Sent email to
CW3 requesting they contact this office. Posted to file.

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2045,. 20 Aug 04 Sent correspondence to MM ammumrequesting he contact this office. Posted
101111MMIT4c-06-/ email to file.
I: 20
0900,.21 Aug 04 Received response from which he related t.„•• the involving Mr. nded to MAJ ,
124,-111
1: 20•/4 would forward a copy of the scanned requests for advanced errogation techniques as soon as possthle. Posted email to file.
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AGENTS AC nvrr7"ZmitlARY Croattol Plumber
IDdelation 1954 01 91-84-CID25940235 TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
SUPITARY OF INVESTIGATIVE AOTIVnn
0935, 23 Aug 04 1.1011111.
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0950, 24 Aug 04
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interrogation techniques was his MM •1ated when he received the -4'•were forwarded through the .1-2 or the IOC Battle Cap
-s4, was unaware of the relationship between CWSFC . ed email to file.
Sent email to CW3 n order to further identify SSGPosted to file.
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Sent email to CW3•,., ,4, ,,k I 1 5 :d 'fIrtili Alt : to agdact eillialconcerning his knowledge of the is •ofilior, Posted to file. la Ic-44 184, °Lf• 1/434/4710&-r
Received response from CW33ililt rel•relating he believed Su was a National Guard CI soldier, but was unaware of where his unit was. Posted to file.
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response , relating he did recall the interviews of but relate as cooperative and at no time was he struck by either him or SF Posted to file.
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Sent email requesting additional information concerning interviews
Posted to file.
vac.Abb,r,4 ••response from CW he reiterated his previous email relating
1a I as at their facility for only 2-3 days, during his initial cap • transferred to the CAV Deairent Facility (DIF). CW3 related he was fully aware a. medically screened on a daily basis and-
was not denied food or water. Posted to file.
Sent email to CW•eflating this office would forward a Request for Assistance to the Fort Campbell CID to obtain a Sworn Statement. Posted to file.
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(CID Reptilian 1954)
fillIf-04-011259.02.35
TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
1030, 7 Sep 04
1: 60 121K-11 b6-1
0815, 9 Sep 04
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0900, 10 Sep 04 111.11111111111111b
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1300, 10 Sep 04 VOMMINO
I: 45 it4c-( f(06 *(
SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE A
Drafted RFA. Forwarded to Fort Campbell CID for completion. Posted copy of
RFA to file.
About 0815, 9 Sep 04, SA•received notification from SA
GC, Fort Campbell CID, received the RFA for the interview of
Their case number is 0614-04-C1D033. Posted email to fi e.•Y•lb‘14(
About 0900, 10 Sep 04, SA,weceived correspondence fromSA
which indicated the interviews of CW3 1.1.1.1 and SFC were completed. CW3 1011111111aand SFC Tothdenied any p,hysical Incabuse of Mr. •Both insisted Mr.11111111.1111110,vas a cooperative witness, andno other personnel interviewed Mr •isg the first three days of bic"ft
detention. Posted email copy of Final Information Report and attacheddocuments to file.
Review of file.
-Per review of file conducted on 20 Aug 04.
wi•
Item 1: SSG rsitahas not been identified, but he was not identified as aninterrogator ofilliMle per interrogation requests and sworn statements providedby SFC and CW311111111.1.11Don't think we need to further attempt to
locate, fully identify, and interview SSG 11.1.111111114C•11b41 La,..._ggzsdertE_.,3 hem 2: IVIAJ111M111111111mas contacted. He related he did not receive request foradvanced interview techniques directly from the interrogators. He verified hissignature on the form, but that was it. aiiii,1•*6 4
Item 3: Interviews of CW3 and SFC •were completed.
Based on the information provided by CW3 •and •and a review of Mr.411.1111/6 detainee/medical recordi there is no inforMation tokqc•v, support his allegations of aims•was sent to Fort Campbell tocoordinate with CW3•and § to identify the interpreter usedduring their interview, but both related they were both present during interrogations. The detainee record does not identify an interpreter. One
polygraph request was submitted, but was disapproved, based on theinconsistencies in 11111111111111account and the fact he could not identify the alleged suspects as he was blindfolded the entire time.
Recommend this file be closed. To SAC for review.
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TINE, DATE, AND AGENT

0930, 11 Sep 04
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SAC. Rev'd. Noted/complete the following:

1.
Noted comments ,ref outcome of interviews of 1111111. and quenor+c -cc 1 106 -41

2.
Noted medical exam did not indicate/reflect that
Mr. 11111111ksustained any injuries, as he alleged.

3.
Concur to close down but still brief SJA.

File back to SA

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AGENTS ACTIVITY SI,IARY C,otatral Number (CM R4%110101 e45
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SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE A Noted SAC Comments. Will brief SM upon receipt of final info report.
1/6(Sent email to CW4•determine if an interpreter was utilized during theinterviews of111111111116 Pasted to Ede. Received response indicating SFC
the interpreter for the interviews. No other interpreter was utilized
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Drafted SITREP.
Lo;C •3A)5
About 1500, 23 Sep 04, SA• ed with CPAIIIIMMilk Office of the StaffJudge Advocate (S.IA), Camp Victory, IZ, who opined there was insufficient evidence to prove or disprove the offenses of Assault and Cruelty and Maltreatment as alleged by Mr.MIMIlb 61c" Yebb -if
Received Final Information Report and attached documents from the Fort Campbell, KY, RFA. Posted to file.
Drafted SITREP. Pending completion of final report.
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24 Jun 04
CIRFR-PIT
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78 th Military Police (MP) Detachment (CID), Baghdad, Iraq, APO AE 09342
SUBJECT: Memorandum of Transmittal (0079-04-CID789)
1.
On 21 Jun 04, the 504th Military Intelligence (MI) Brigade (BDE), Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ohruyeb, Iraq (AGI), reported that Detainee01111111.1MIONational Detainee Reporting System

(NDRS) 4111111111NFI, allegerflie was abused while detained by Coalition Forces (CF) while lordivg detained at an unknown location, prior to his arrival at BCCF, AGI.

2.
The results of our preliminary investigative actions are documented in the attached enclosures and are forwarded to your office for action deemed appropriate.

3.
Point of contact for this report is SAIMIIII=Ot DNVT 55011111or e-mail:

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MIIIInn•
1111111111111.armv.mil or bic -I/ 064
CW2, MP
I. AIR of SA
Special Agent in Charge
2.
Statement of SPC

3.
Detainee File•10.144 ta."3

4.
CID Form 44

5.
Dossier

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
LPW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY mom 6111UTARY POLICE BArrAual (CID) 2744 KENTUCKY AVENUE FORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY 42223-5537
REPLY TO
ATfERTKIN OF

CIRC-CFC• 9 Sep 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 3' d Military Police Group (CID), 78 th MilitaryPolice Detachment (CID) (FWD), Baghdad, Iraq, APO AE 09342
SUBJECT: Third Information Report (0614-04-CID033)
1.
Reference your Request for Assistance (0191-04-CID259-80235), received by this office on 8 Sep 04.

2.
All requested activity has been completed and is reflected in the attached enclosures. No further investigative activity is anticipated.

3.
There were no .0015 funds expended and no privacy act disclosures.

a. Investigative man-hours: 6
b.
Administrative man-hours: 1.5

c.
Travel man-hours: 0

d. DD Form 2701: 0

4.
POC is SAIN1111111111.1.01111M DSN 635111.1or email:

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9 Sep 04 Special Agent in Charge

2.
Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of cwalissaft

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9 Sep 04•
3. Waiver Certificate and Sworn
Statement of SF
9 Sep 04LA

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CID Form 44 pertaining to
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DODDOACID-004396
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
Fort Huachutra Resident Agency
eth Military Police Group CID USACIDC
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85870

30 July 04
aRFC-RHU
InCharge, 78th Military Police Detachment (CID), 22"d
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MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent­Military Police Battalion (CID), APO AE 09342
SUBJECT: 2"d Information Report - 0150-04-CID446
1.
Reference your Request for Assistance (0191-04-CID259-80235), received by this office on 26 Jul 04.

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2.
Your request has been completed as described in the attached AIR of SAME.=

this office. Mff/IT'
3. Man-hours expended:
Investigative: 7 hrs Travel: 0 Administrative: 3 hrs
4. There were no .0015 funds expenditures or Privacy Act Disclosures made.
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5. Point of contact for this action is SA
11111111kr e-maill.1101.0.1@hua.arrny.mil.

8 Encl 1.AIR of SA 2.Rights Waiver Certificate _LI CW2, MP Special Agent in Charge
3. Sworn Statement of SSG
4. Interview Sketch by SSG
5.CID Form 44 of SSG
6 ?viajor Case prints
7 Disk containing Mug Shots
S. Email from Director, CRC

DODDOACID-004397

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY IC
US ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
75th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT
LSA ANACONDA
APO AE 09391
CIRC-WBE 31 Jul 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78th MP DET (CID) (FWD), Baghdad,
Iraq. APO AE 09342

SUBJECT: lst Information Report (0232-04-C1D919)
I . The following is provided in response to your Request for Assistance (RFA) 0191-04-
CID2.59-80235, received by this office on 27 Jul 04. The request has been completed and
no further investigative activity is anticipated. This action has been closed.

2. There were no .0015fund expenditures or Privacy Act Disclosures in the course of
this investigation.

a.
Investigative man-hours: 3

b.
Administrative man-hours: 3

c.
Travel man-hours: 0

d.
DA Form 2701(s): 0

3. Point of contact for this action is SA at e-mail
us.army.mil or DNVT: 30201111111
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1. AIR of SA Wilearjr/M 30 Jul 04 2, MP
2.
Apprehension/transfer paperwork pecial Agent in Charge

3.
Interrogation statements/notes

4.
Medical screening records -c{bG,- CI

5.
Emails pertaining to Mr.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 48th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID) UNITED STATES ARIMY CRIMINAL. INVESTIGATION COIllhW4D 6523 SPECKER AVENUE, BUILDING 1816
FORT CARSON, CO 80913-4203
20 July 2004
CI MPS-DH
MEMORAYDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD), ' Military Police Group, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342
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SUBJECT: 2nd Information Report (0291-04:CID056)
04-CIO25980235) received
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1. Reference is made to your Request for Assistance (0191 by this office on 19 Jul 04.
2.
Your request has been completed and no further investigative activity is anticipated by this office.

3.
Manhours:
Investigative: 2
Administrative: 1
Travel: 0

No .0015 funds were expended or PrivaI:ct Disclosure made.
4.
DSN: 883-
5. Point of Contact at this office is SA il or cid056@carson.army.mil.
111111111mail
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1-AIR of SAdSpecial Agent in Charge
2-TDY Settlement of CW
3-CID Form 44 of CW3

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\•rEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY-'
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
3ni Military Police Group
78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR• 7 Sep 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 31st Military Police Detachment, 2745
Kentucky Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5638
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0191-04-CID259-80235
I. On 28 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-CID789, from the
Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 th Military Police Detachment (MP DET),
Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, regarding allegations Mr.
11111.111111111.1111.1National Detainee Reporting System Number (NDRS) •was 64C-b`-t(
abused at an unknown location while in the custody of Coalidon Forces.

2. Preliminary investigation disclosed that on 11 Apr 04, M44
. 41was4 transported to an
unknown detention facility, where he was interrogated by at least two English-speaking men and
one male linguist. Mr.•leged that during his first two days of confinement, coalition
forces abused him. blc"ti Co -5/

3. On 20 Jun 04, Mr.•was interviewed by personnel from the 504 th Military Intelligence
- Brigade, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), BCCF. During this interview, Mr. 11111.11111111stated when he was first captured, he was thrown against a wall and hit his head against the wall; was not fed for the first three days of his confinement; and he was beaten and kicked in his head during interrogations.
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4.
On 23 Jun 04, SA• PIT, 75th MP DET, BCCF, interviewed Mr. 111/4
regarding the allegations he made on 20 Jun 04. Mr.111111111111stated during the interrogations,
which occurred during the first two days of his capture, he was struck on the back of the head
with an open band. Mr....made no mention of the previous allegations during this
interview.

5.
On I 1 Apr 04, Mrliiitierwent a medical screening, which reflected no indications of

abuse. Hypertension and tachycardia were noted and cited as circumstantial. On 12 Apr 04, Mr.
.111.0anderwent a second medical screening, which disclosed no signs of abuse.

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6. A review of Mr.MIONNERnetainee record revealed SFC • 5 Special
Forces Group (SFG), Fort Campbell, KY (FCKY) 42223, or home address of

immummall/1011111110.111111111.0 submitted a request for approval to use all 19/C44
authorized techniques [AW the CJTF 7 Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy, for the ‘-

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DODDOACID-004400

Now.
CIMPR-FR•SUBJECT: Request For Assistance 0191-04-CID259-80235
interrogation of Mr. 1.111 The detainee file also indicated CW3 SFG, FCKY, or home
.•.
submitted a request for the interview of •oa the same any.
7.On 3 Sep 04, this office ooh with CW3 •-., related he endSKIIIII.
Milk subsequent to bis capture. CW34111.1111related at no
conducted the *termRations o:
time was Mr.•bused during their interrolitetions.

8.Request your office locate, fully identify, interview, and obtain sworn •is from CW3
m
imma_, ,1. •
id SFC x A. $ teeming their senora during the mtenegations of Mr.' Determine if Mr. , A. any allegations of abuse to them. Based on the info •on 44.c. -cfAcerie
., 0 11 c a
. 'eh indicated he was abused chic,* the first two to three days of his
provided by Mr.
capture, during interrogations, Cy , SFC11111.10thould be considered suspects

of the alleged abuse. CW3 •ac been provided the biegraphical information =waning has
allanial has been advised of the need for his interview. No contact with SFC•been completed.
9. Request your office conduct any additional investigative activity identified within your office's AOR during the conduct of this RFA.
10.This is a Category I Investigation. Results will be provided to this office within 24
hours of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be
expeditiously provided to this office.

t DSN: 318•r email
11.Point of Contact for this request is SA•
at1111111/11111111111Mus.army.mil or secure email atEIN811111111111Mgiraq.centeom.smil.mil.

Request email confirmation of receipt of this RFA.
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Initial Reporvitsiiiiii 6(0,-1 CNV2, MI'

2.
AIR of SA Team Chief

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DODDOACID-004401
"15EPARTMENT OF THE ARM1
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
34 Military Police Group
78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

27 Jul 04
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CIMPRFR•
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 75th Military Police Detachment (CID)
(FWD), Baled, 12 APO AE 09391
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0191-04-C1D259-80235
1. On 28 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-C1D789, from the
Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 th Military Police Detachment (MP DET),
Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, 1Z, regarding allegations Mr. .111111111.111111111, National Detainee Reporting System Number (NDRS) ilia was b"11°C..if
abused at an unknown location while in the custody of Coalition Forces.
2. Preliminary investigation disclosed that on 11 Apr 04, Mr.11.11111 was transported to an
unknown detention facility, where he was interrogated by at least two English-speaking men and 137.c.-ti
one male linguist. Mr.Milk alleged 'that during his first two days of confinement, coalition

forces abused him.
•was interviewed by personnel from the 504 th Military Intelligence
3. On 20 Jun 04, Mr.
Brigade, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), Baghdad Central Confinement
Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ. During this interview, Mr.-stated when he was first (94 4-1 t bl•-tj

captured, he was thrown against a wall and hit his head against the wall; was not fed for the first
three days of his confinement; and he was beaten and kicked in his head during interrogations.

garaellifli., PIT, 75th MP DET, BCCF, interviewed Mr.
4. On 23 Jun 04, SA1 j
regarding the allegations he made on 20 Jun 04. Mr.inn stated during the

interrogations, which occurred during the first two days of his capture, he was struck on the back
made no mention of the previous allegations during

of the head with an open hand. Mr.•
kiTz -Li lb& .11
this interview.•
5. On 11 Apr 04, Mr.111/1111111underwent a medical screening, which reflected no indications of107•
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abuse. Hypertension and tachycardia were noted and cited as circumstantial. On 12 Apr 04, Mr.
OMunderwent a second medical screening, which disclosed no signs of abuse.
6. On 6 Jul 04, this office coordinated with SFC l i3Combined Joint Special
Operations Task Force - Arabian Peninsula, Balad, IZ, who stated he was the Noncommissioned
Officer in Charge of the temporary holding facility located at the Radwania Palace Complex,

Baghdad international Airport. Baghdad, 12., where Mr.ONIN was confined from 11 Apr 04
until 16 Apr 04.• 614"f bcv .
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ClivIPR- FR SUBJECT: Request For Assistance 0191-04-0O259-80235
ort Carson Resident Agency, Fort Carson, CO, coodinated with7. On 19 Jul 04,,
th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, CO, who stated all recordsSFC Rfovided to 5th Special Forces Group when 10th Special Forces Group redeployed'.
8. Request your office coordinate with the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Fate -Arabian Peninsula, Baled, TZ, and obtain any and all documentation available regarding Mr.
MIS to include medical screening records, interrogation reports, and transfer paperwork, if available.
9. This is a. Category I Investigation. Results will be provided to this office within 24 boars of receipt. Reasons for mos-compliance with the 24-hoar response floor•t will be expeditiously provided to this office.
10.Point of Contact for this request is SA at DNVT: 537•or of receipt of thistFA.
email at Nonni us.armv.mil . Request email
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1.
Initial Report •6,I CW2, MP

2.
AIR of SA

Special Agent-in-Charge
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VEPARTIVIENT OF THE ARMY '
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
31d Military Police Gimp
78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

26 Jul 04
CllvIPR-FR•
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 31st Military Police Detachment, 2745 Kentucky Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223-568
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0191-04-C1D259-80235
1. On 28 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-CID789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 th Military Police Detachment (MP DET), Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Obraib, 12, regarding allegations Mr. IA,,
1111111.1.11~1111i National Detainee Reporting System Number (NDRS) MIS wasv'ttig'7 abused at an unknown location while in the custody of Coalition Forces.
2. Preliminary investigation disclosed that on 11 Apr 04,Mrifilies4( transported to an unknown detention facility, where he was interrogated by at least two Englishspeaking men and
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one male linguist. Mr.11111111111Ialleged that during his first two days of confinement, coalition forces abused him.
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3. On 20 Jun 04, Mr.11111MINI was interviewed by personnel from the 504 th Military Intelligence
Brigade, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), Baghdad Central Confinement
Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ. During this interview, Mr.11111111111111stated when he was first
captured, he was thrown against a wall and hit his head against the wall; was not fed for the first
three days of his confinement; and he was beaten and kicked in his head during interrogations.

PIT, 75th MP DET, BCCF, interviewed Mr.
4. On 23 Jun 04, SA
11111111111111111kegarding the allegations he made on 20 Jun 04. mr.01/111116 stated during the Wail, •q interrogations, which occurred during the first two days of his capture, he was struck on the back of the head with an open hand. Mr.1.11111111hnade no mention of the previous allegations during
this interview.
5. On 11 Apr 04, Mrt.igillibunderwent a medical screening, which reflected no indications of
abuse. Hypertension and tachycardia were noted and cited as circumstantial. On 12 Apr 04, Mr. inallounderwent a second medical screening, which disclosed no signs of abuse.
7. On 6 Jul 04, this office coordinated with SFC •Combined Joint Special
Operations Task Force Arabian Peninsula. who stated he was the Noncommissioned Officer in

Charge of the temporary holding facility Vele Radwania Palace Complex, Baghdad
International Airport, Baghdad, 1Z., where Mr.•A.s confined from II Apr 04 until 16 Apr

04. SF•tared the following personnel, all assigned to 10 th Special Forces Group, were
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CIMPR-FR SUBJECT -Request For Assistance 0191-04-CID259-80235
lo IC -7 a kt(p • "I
involved in the intettogation of Mrligiii63111111.11111111111110 SSG OM

.•
SFC 1111.1111stated be never witnemed anyone Anne or
1111.1.111111, mod•
(
mistreat any detainee.• 6644-3 a6 -3 itUaigiv‘"/
8. On 12 Jul 04, SAmt mungr coordinated with IL , CISOTF-AP, who
had redeployed to Fort Carson,stated CW3•SSCP•and SS
CO.
Fort Carson, CO, coordinated with SFCIIIIIIM
9. On 19 Jul 04, SA11111111111111=111Morlimm
was assigned to ra Battalion,1111111111. 10°' Special Forces Group, who stated SSG•
11311c1 164-1(5'Special Forces Group, Fort Campbell, KY.•
10. Further request your office locate, fully identify, and interview SSG11111111111111110 ming bar
goofro-it
the allegations made by Mr. OW*
11.
Request your office conduct any additional investigative activity identified within your
office's AOR during the conduct of this RFA.

12.
This is a Category I Investigation. Results will be provided to this offiee within 24
hours of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be

expeditiously provided to this office.
at DNVT: 302•or
10. Point of Contact for this request is SA •
email at 1111111111111Mus.anny.rnil • Request email confumation of receipt of this RFA.
(2) Encls
2, MP
1. initial Report to-lc•
Special Agent-in-Charge
2. AIR of SAISSINIIIMb
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITWF
DODDOACID-004405
EPARTMENT OF THE ARMY'-' United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
3"1 Military Police Group
78th Military Police Detachment (OD) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342
13 Jul 04CIMPR-FR•
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 48th Military Police Detachment (CID) (CASE), Fort Riley Cl]) Battalion, Fort Carson, CO 80913-5041
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0191-04-CID259-80235
1. On 28 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-CID789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 th Military Police Detachment (MP DET),
Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, rz„ regarding allegations Mr. 1111111111.11.11.1.111M National Detainee Reporting System Number (NDRS) INNINk wasief cat tessr" If abused at an unknown location while in the custody of Coalition Forces.
2. Preliminary investigation disclosed that on 11 Apr 04, Mr •was transported to an
unknown detention facility, where he was interrogated by at least two English-speaking men and

one male linguist. Mr311111111Malleged that during his first two days of confinement, coalition forces abused him.
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3. On 20 Jun 04, Mr.,11¦bvas interviewed by personnel from the 504 th Military Intelligence
Brigade, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), Baghdad Central Confinement
Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, 1Z. During this interview, Mr.110111stated when he was first
captured, he was thrown against a wall and hit his head against the wall; was not fed for the first
three days of his confinement; and he was beaten and kicked in his head during interrogations.

PIT, 75th MP DET, BCCF, interviewed Mr.
4. On 23 Jun 04, SA• mumbregarding the allegations he made on 20 Jun 04. Mr...Instated during the 4:41-4fiko
interrogations, which occurred during the first two days of his capture, he was struck on the back
of the head with an open hand. Mr.1111.1111anade no mention of the previous allegations during

this interview.
5. On 11 Apr 04, Mr. IIIMitmderwent a medical screening, which reflected no indications of
abuse. Hypertension and tachycardia were noted and cited as circumstantial. On 12 Apr 04, Mr.
111111111ibunderwent a second medical screening, which disclosed no signs of abuse.

Combined Joint Special
7. On 6 Jul 04, this office coordinated with SFC•
Arabian Peninsula, who stated he was the Noncommissioned Officer in

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Operations Task Force
Charge of the temporary holding facility logitittilladwania Palace Complex, Baghdad
international Airport. Baghdad, L. where Mr. aidonfined from 11 Apr 04 until 16 Apr

04. SFCRSINIOtateil the following personnel. all assigned to 10 th Special Forces Group. were
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Request your office coordinated with 10th Spatial Forces Group and obtain any and all documentation, which pertains to Mr OM to include prisoner records, interrogation reports, and medical records, which may have been maintained from the unit's rotation to Iraq.

10.
Further request your office locate, fully identify, and interview CW3. •SSG

OMB apd•regarding the allegations made by WOW ce %. 3
11.
Request your office conduct any additional investigative activity identified within your office's AOR during the conduct of this RFA.

12.
This is a Category I Investigation. • Results will be provided to this office within 24 boors of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be expeditiously provided to this office.

10. Point of Contact for this request is SA• at DNVT: 302•or email at¦111111116m o d armv m i 1 . Request email confirmation of receipt of this RFA.
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MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent hi Charge, 48th Military Police Detachment (CID) (CASE), Fort Riley CID Battalion, Fort Carson, CO 80913-5041
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0191-04-CID259-80235
L On 28 Jun 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal 0079-04-CID789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), 75 1 Military Police Detachment (MP DET), BaghdadCentral ,Oodinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, M., regarding allegatigne Mr. .1111111........National Detainee Reporting System Number (NDRS) 111111111wasbic-q ( idol abused at an unknown location while in the custody of Coalition Forces.
2. Preliminary investigation disclosed that on 11 Apr 04, . •was transported to an
unknown detention facility, where he was interrogated by at least two English-speaking men and
one male linguist. Mr. alleged that during his first two days of confinement, coalition

forces abused him.•(011--11,0:k-ef
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3. On 20 Jun 04, Mr. ilailivas interviewed by personnel from the 504 th Military Intelligence
Brigade, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (MC), Baghdad Central Confinement
Facility (BCCF), Abu Mire, E. During this interview, Mr. •stated when he was first
captured, he was thrown against a wall and hit his head against the wall; was not fed for the first
three days of his confinement; and he was beaten and kicked in his head during interrogations.

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4. On 23 Jun 04, SA• PIT, 75th MP DET, BCCF, interviewed Mr.
01111111111regarding the allegations he made on 20 Jun 04. Mr.1111.110stated during the interrogations, which occurred duringlie first two days of his capture, he was struck on the back of the head with an open hand. Mr11111101111made no mention of the previous allegations during this interview.• (044 -44 t (964
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5. On 11 Apr 04, Mr.•derwent a medical screening, which reflected no indications of
abuse. Hypertension and tachycardia were noted and cited as circumstantial. On 12 Apr 04, Mr. —underwent a second medical screening, which disclosed no signs of abuse.
7. On 6 Jul 04, this office coordinated with SFC gilliligilikombined Joint Special
Operations Task Force — Arabian Peninsula, who stated he was the Noncommissioned Officer in
Charge of the temporary holding facility located at the Radwania Palace Complex, Baghdad
International Airport, Baghdad., 1Z, where Mr.411111111111111bwas confined from 11 Apr 04 until 16 Apr

04. SFC,•tated the following personnel, all assigned to le Special Forces Group. were
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involved in the interrogation of CW3
stated he never wihsessed anyone abuse or

and SSG
mistreat any detainee. •"i
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lCJSOTF-AP, who 4titand S•, , had redeployed to Fort Carson,
8. On 12 Jul 04, SA: ceordinated with LT•
stated CW3
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Request your office coordinated with. 10 th Special Forces Group and obtain any and all
9.
documentation, which pertains to Mr111.01*to include prisoner records, interrogation revolts, and medical records, which may have been maintained from the unit's rotation to Iraq.
10. Further request your office locate, filly identify, and interview CW3 •SSG
11111.111111 and SSMILIIIIMINIVvgardhig the allegations made by Mr111111111496-Y/66 41 1014---bicco-3•itc-qc
11.
Request your office conduct any additional investigative activity identified within your office's AOR during the conduct of this RFA.

12.
This is a Category I Investigation. Results will be provided to this office within 24

hours of receipt Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be expeditiously provided to this office.
DNVT: 302 •or
10. Point of Contact for this request is SA•
email affilllavood.armv.mil . Request email confirmation of receipt of this RFA.

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Special Agent-in-Charge

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I need to coordinate with CJSOTF-AP regarding allegations of detainee abuse which oectand between 11 Apr and 13 Apr 04. I will need to query the records asairstaitted by CJSOTF-AP to obtain all records, which pertain to the alleged victim. I will also need to interview the intetrogators and httespreters, Width were present &deg the ilotitit's interrogations, once they ant idendfied. I will also need to conduct canvass intereiews of OSOTF-A.1) persormel and detainees to determine if anyone has any information, which is patinest to this investigation. This office's. case number is 0191-04-CID259-80235.
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 1300,28 Jun 04, this office meeivedidemorendum of
Transmittal 0079-04-CID789, from the Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PTI'), 75* confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Obraib, rz.,
Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central regarding nAppeions Mr 41118111.111.1110.1NNational Detainee Reporting System Number
•was abunial at an tmkaciiin location while in the custody of Coalition
(NDRS)
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Date:.

Signature:.

28 JUN 04
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while detainettatani‘intinown•prior to htslifrival at AGI.

1.100, 21 Jun 14, this , office received a statement written. by-A
A Co. 20e MI Battalion ,(BN), JIDC,.BCCF,
ment)

About 1015, 23 Jun 04, SA. apeollevarddetenairt '
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captured on 11 Apr-04 by "Dakota. •.1st. .• ' ,. wah,, ,,.. '-'•; , ' .•.„
Forces (OF). Statements and detainee transfer &mine tranaferted
from "1st Cm" to "CJSOTF" for interrogation and thin •a , . 'Itcreening
records, dated 11 and 12 Apr. 04, -M O•ea•....!.. ,0 medical

Attiethi . . a is'OreviOus
record couldbe located 34 0._si'S -. oalikir.e. ...
statement of seeing the doctor ' days a r is c ure. (See

About 103O,,,g§.)frin 04, h the.assisitance of tinge's( , this office, interviewedelalliregardirig'hia ibUie allegation. Ilibstated •Oti -reelon 11 Apr 04 in Rathwania, Baghdad and taken to an unknown location for 7-8 clays. lieges then taken to a second unknown location for four days before transferring to BCCF. •solid that during the
first two days at the first location, he was interrogated by 2-3 three English Speaking men and one male linguist, while hooded. He said as they asked questions, the men would slap him with an open hand on the back of the head. He said this occurred on the first and second day only. He said on the third or fourth clay, a doctor treated him. He said the doctor determined he had irregular breathing and prescribed him medicine.MMOMMIdenied being seen by a doctor on the day of his • capture, 11 Apr 04. He was specifically iiiced if he was kicked during his interrogation and he
responded, "No", and that no other physical abuse occurred.
AGENT'S COMMENT:•s intenriewed about his interrogation, his capture, and his
allegation of being forced to Sign false confessions for 20 minutes • he=mentioned hewas hit in any way. A comparison•of thellillilipreviOus statement tO MI; hie detainee.file;amithis statement reveal the following inconsistencies: Documentation exists indicating: he was Seen by
medical personnel on 11 and 12 Apr 04, not 3-4 days later. In his previous statement he .said he
was treated for high heart rate, not irregular breathing. During his first statement, he said he was
kicked as well as beaten in the head. He now makes no mention of kicking and Said he was only

slapped in the head.
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interviewed SPC•who stated this was his second
About 2000, 23 Jun 04,
'tenth interview since arriving at BCCF.

interview with Viand
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DATE EXHIBIT
1 SIGNATURE
23 Jun 04
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that he reviewed all •
abuse allegations. SPC said the records reflect •continuing to " I attacks during the•that , or yea interviews. He then said•began to•when mailing
•story would change drastically. About`the seventh or eighth interview,
details. He said
`h :.„- ! participating in the attack.
he signed the confessions under duress .--4 4 that at no time prior to this occasion did •.! - ebusa SPC
. $ -i•about the amfessions, MIMI '
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being blindfolded, but yet being able , gee e confessions were written in English and
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On 19 Jul 04, this office received a Category I Request for Assistance (RFA) from the 78th Military Police Detachman (CD) (FWD), 3rd Military Police Group, USACIDC, T. * 4 r A!§ . 9?)12 The RFA
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documentation pertaining to Mr. to include prisoner records, interrogation reports, and medical records
which may have been maintained from the unit's rotation to Iraq.

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About 1430, 19 Jul 04 with SFC• GSC, 10th SFG, FCC, who
related CW3 leave until 17 Aug 04, but should still be
in the area. SSG 'sued to 2nd BN, 5th SFG, Fort Campbell,

KY, and there is no record of a SSG•ifisigned to 10th SFG.
.
About 1500,19 Jul 04, SMiiiiicoordinated with SFCiallaillailiNCOIC, CI, 10TH SFG, FCC,
who related all the records pertaining to the detainees were handed over to the 5th SFG when they took over for
SFCapipPalso related he has no information to provide regarding Mr.

10th SFG at Camp Palaiwada, Iraq. • Milillist did not work with CW31111111Pliathile in Iraq.
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10th SFG, FCC, who related he was on emergency ated he returned to Iraq on 14 Apr 04, and doesStuttgart, Germany from 13-14 Apr ', "0. l''....•
not remember Mr._• also related he did not witness abuse any detainee. CW3 •.
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About 1600, 26 Jul 04, this office received a facsimile from 3 14 Military Police Group, 711 1h Military Police
Detachment (CID),,,, ) Baghdad? fraq,‘Apg .AE 09342, requesting this office fully identify 5nd
interview SSG ‘,..., .•
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klumhuca, AZ 85613 (FHAZ), regarding an allegation that he abused Mr • NDRS#

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:• was in the presence of the detainees for a total of about three and aballhours on 11 A* .04., and during that time none of the detainees were mistreated in any way. SSGelliMifurther stated he did not see rifiD-14 any of the detainees again until about one week later when he was asked to escort one of the detainees from a National Guard Unit, where he signed for the detainee, to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force (CJSOFT) Detention Facility. Additionally, SSG 1111.1111111stated the detainee's heads were covered with sand bags during the interview process. (See Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn
Statement)
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AGENT'S COMMENT: During the interview, SS•sketched a map of the location of the
buildings he was working in. (See Interview Sketch)

STATUS: This action closed in the files of this office. No further investigative activity is anticipated.
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Lc7 ,•U OATH: on oesbout.the l of Aptil d 2004` I was stationed at the Radwania Palace Complex in Ftagiirbrd, when I was notified of three detainees *fined by a National Guard Unit in the vicinity of Radvanda on MSR Temp exit 12A or 11 (an an overpass). I went to an empty building near gate one. When I arrived I saw the three detainees and I asked that they be separated into three empty rooms in the building. We began to screen the first detainee during his medical screening. I did the screen* with an interpreter, a guard and a medic. While I was completing the initial screening information the Doctor went to do dm medical screening information from the second detainee. Then I went to do the screening of the second detainee. When I completed that one, I went in to do the screening of the third detainee while the doctor was finishing up the medical screening. That was when the third one admitted he fired the RPG on US threes. I finished getting the intimation from "three." Then I went to talk to "one," and he admitted he made a mistake when he fired= US forces. When I was done with that, I went outside to ear dinner with the I SO. While I was outside, I checked the paperwork to ensure they had sworn statements (which I never saw), capture tags, medical evaluations, and the medical screening papers. I. I• get the personnel screening and
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the initial screening information. I'm not We, but I think SGT •spoke to number three. Then we were called back up to the office. That was when I was told they were phis to take the detainees to "29 Palms Detention Facility." I informed my chain of command of the information we obtained from the detainees, the current situation of the detainees, where they were going to be moved, who had them, and if they needed to talk to someone that was who bad them since we did not have control of them any mere. About a week later, I signed one of the detainees out to be talked to by another interrogator. I don't know if the detainee was talked to or not, but I ended up taking him back pretty quickly. It seemed like to me the detainee was in pretty good condition. That was pretty much the condition we left them in when we left them as well. remember those guys were cooperative. Detainee number three just came out and said he shot at the US forces. He stated he disarmed the RPG and then overshot on purpose. Then I went backaid talked to one and that was when he admitted he made a mistake. I am pretty sure that ISO was not going to allow something like abuse of the detainee wes•edrio happen. I was very
impressed at his professionalism.
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Q: How do you remember this was around the I I"' of April, 2004.
A: Because it was close to Easter and we were having a lot of problems around that gate. There were a lot of fire fights those
couple of days. Our perimeter was probed around that time. There was lots of information on this area these detainees were
captured in.

Q: Do you remember anything more specific about the empty building?
A: It was an old detention facility by the SF battalion there before us. It was in between the Iraqi gate (gate 1) and the second
gate. It was near the inspection area.

Q: What was the condition of the detainees. when you arrived at the empty building?
A: They seemed to be in pretty good shape. The Doctor did not point out anything adverse about them.
Q: How were they bound?
A: They had plastic cuffs (zip ties) and sand bags over their heads.
Q: Were the sandbags ever removed?
A: Yes, I believe during the medical procedure, but then we put them back on the detainees when the medical screening was
finished.

Q: Who put the bags on the detainee's heads?
A: The guards did, and they moved them when we wanted them moved. We did not touch them at all, only the guards did.
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A: The Doctor, the guard in the room, and the interpreter. •
Q: What was each of their names?
A: I don't know. That was the first and only time I met the doctor (she was actually a Medic). I may have met
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the guards a few more times later, but I don't know who they were. And the ' •I don't terixttither which
inteareters we were ' His name may be on the screening report or the Tat,
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Q: Was the Seine gUard With you during the interviewt of the detainees?
A: There was a different gaud with each detainee. The guards stayed in the rooms with the detainees.
Q: How long were you with each of the detainees?
A: Number one was about an hour all together. Number two was about 30 to 40 minutes. And number three
was about an hour.

Q: Which one of the three did you sign out about a week later?
I believe it was the guy that I did not get very much information out of which is
A: I believe it was number two.
whatsurprised me when I picked him up.

Q: Was diae anything else you remember about the detainees?
A: Number one was the biggest guy and there was something' about his tan line that led us to believe he was
lying. The tans on numbers two and three led us to believe they were telling the truth about their occupations.
Two was also kind of stubborn. When the other two caved, that led us to believe that number two was the
leader. And I believe number two and,namber tijree were brothers or related.

Q: What was 1§G's name?•QC-1.
A: 1SG : i His AKO account is••iinny-tel
Q: What paperwork was kept on the detainees?
A: We turned over all the paperwork to the National Guard Unit because they were not our detainees and not
our responsibility. But when I went to pick up the detained about a week later, I noticed the paperwork was
messed up and I pointed it out to the people I was signing him out from. But I can't remember what was

messed up exactly.
Q: What are some of the things you remember the most about your encounter' with these detainees?
A: "Three" gave up the information pretty easily. They were the first three we caught in the act with the evidence in their hands. The Guard Unit that captured the detainees 1SG was told not to let that happen again
and thatiiis guys should be given the first crack at them. Their S-2 came back asking for an interrogation report
I did not do interrogations, I did screenings and number "two" didn't offer information like
on the 2 detainee.
the other two, so I did not do a report on him.
Q: What did you mean by you were called back up to the office?
A: Me, the ISG and the S-2 were talking about what the next step was to do with the detainees. I think we
established enough to send them to Abu Ghraib. Then I went up to my office located in the Radmania Palace, since I was not in the National Guard Unit.
Q: Did you ever have any of the detainees sign any statements?
A: I did not personally have any of them sign the paper, but one of the three detainees signed a confession that said, "Yes, I did this." I believe it was in the paperwork of number "two's." That is why I had to escort himback to the "ClSOFT Detention Facility," to get him to sign the'paperwork. He was smiling when he went in
and he was smiling when he came out.
Q: You said earlier that he was the one that did not give up any information and his paperwork was messed up.
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Please explain why you would need to take him to get a signature on a confession.
A: Somebody else talked to him after I did. The paperwork, it was either the medical screening paperwork or
name or
the capture paperwork that was messed up. I noticed when I was signing him out that either the middle
the last name did not match the other aperwort

Q: Who talked to him after you did? •-a Iv& -"3•• ingica z•any of the
or SF
A: It could have been CW3•SSGONNOID CW3•
interrogators that worked for the unit that had him.

Q: Whom do you think talked to him after you did?
A: I am pretty sure the interrogators for the "29 Palms" talked to him after I did. When I signed him, out it was one of the above four named that wanted to talk to him, so it was probably one of them. They were in there a short time, and that guy came out in good shape.
Q: About how long was that detainee in there the second time?
A: Maybe twenty minutes.
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41Q: How long was the total process of interviewing the detainees from when ey entered separate rooms towhen they were finished being interviewed?
A: About three to three and a half hours.
Q: What types of procedures did you use to make them wicomfortable or make them talk?
A: With those three we did not have to use one because number three started •during the screening.There was no reason to put them in any positions. When we talked to number one ¦ , second time we just stoodhim up. And number two is a liar so we did not talk to him after the screening.
Q: If I were there watching the interviews, what would I have seen?
A: You would have seen me talking to a detainee. They were standing the first time until we got to number
three who we aloud to sit down but not lay down. Number two kept laying down and we had to have the guard
pick him up.

Q: When were the detainees moved out of the empty building?
A: I don't know exactly when they moved them out of the building, but I was told they were going to be moved
later that night or earlier the next morning.

Q: Did you kick any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you hit any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you slap any of the detainees in the back of the head or do anything that someone would interpret as you slapping one of them in the back of the head?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you see anyone else hit any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you see anyone kick any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you hear about anyone hitting any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: Did you hear about anyone kicking any of the detainees?
A: No I did not.
Q: What types of detainee abuses have you heard about?
A: The Abu Ghraib. I also heard about an Iraqi Air Force General who died in custody of the US from a
newspaper. And of course I read about the Afghanistan people that were transported in a container truck and
died because of not enough water or holes punched into the truck.

Q: Have you ever witnessed anyone hitting any detainees?
A: Yes, one of our interpreters had an emotional moment and slapped a detainee in the back of the head and I
made him stop.

Q: When did this interpreter slap a detainee?
A: When I first got there and we were doing turnovers, in early March of this year. It sounded like the detainee said something to the interpreter.
Q: What was the interpreter's name?
A: I don't know. I got him from the CJSOFT or the old group interpreters. I only used him for that couple of
days on those detainees and then he left.

Q: Have you heard about anyone hitting any detainees?
A: Not any names, but you hear that it happens. I never heard that anyone in particular did anything like that.
Q: How were these confessions taken?
A: I don't know because I did not take them?
Q: Did you see any of the confessions written?
A: Yes, I saw them in theirpacket, but I did not see who took them.
Q: Did the detainees ever complain to you about any abuses?
A: No, they never complained about anything but the temperature G.dKm-Pooduir
Q: Were you afforded the opportunity to take breaks?
A: Yes.
Q: Were you offered something to eat and drink?
A: Yes.
Q: How do you feel you were treated here today' )
A: I was treated Pretty good.
Q: Do you feel as though you are mentally capable of giving a statement?
A . Yes I do.• 9( 11140
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