CID Report: 0225-2004-CID259-80259

Detainee alleged he was detained with a bag over his head for 14 days, was beat in the stomach and kidney, hit on the lips, thrown into concertina wire. He states that all his statements were made under torture. When the detainee was initially asked about his treatment he did not report any form of abuse or mistreatment. No medical records of suspected abuse; and the file contain several sworn statements from the military personnel who came in contact with the detainee. The matter was determined to be unfounded.

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Investigative File
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Saturday, May 14, 2005
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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
UNITED STATES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND 48TH MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CIDOIND) 3RD MILITARY POLICE GIROLIP (C114 ' CAIVIP VICTORY, BAGHDAD, IRAQ • APO AE 09342
14 MAY R005:
MEMORANDUM FOR: SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - CORRECTED FINAL (C)/SSI - 0225-2004-CID259-80250-501/5X1 (CORRECTED)'-1
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 04 APR 2004, 0001 - 15 APR 2004, 2400; AL-HA8BANIYAH, IRAQ (IZ).
DATETTIIVIE REPOIRTED: 19 JUL 2004, 0900
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SUI3JECT:
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UNKNOVVN; MALE; VVHITE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE); (NFI).

2.
UNKNOWN; MALE; VVHITE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE); (NFI) •

3.
UNKNOVVN; MALE; WHITE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT. '.. EVIDENCE), CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE), CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE); (NFI)

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INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
This is a Corrected IReport. This report is being submitted to correct the ROI limber in the
Subject Line of this report.

On 19 Jul 04, this investigation vvas initiated based updn receipt of a Memorandum of
Transmittal (0083-04-00789) from the 75th Military Police Detachment, I3aghdad Central
Confinement Facility (BCCF), _Ghraib, IZ, wherein Mr._eported he was abused

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while detained at a detention facility in AI-Habbaniyah, IZ.
Investigation established there was insufficient evidence to prove or disprove the listed offenses. Mr_was interviewed and claimed he was captured by U.S. Coalition Forces and ta' , , • e 0 ags over his head for fourteen days, was beat in the stomach and kidney, hit on the lips, and thrown into concertina wire. Interviews of the relevent medical personnel and review of Mr.1111111111 medical records make no rnedical observations, which would indicate or suspect abuse. This investigation did not produce any viable subjects arid interviews of the Cap Al­Habbaniyah/Camp Manhattan facility related they had not seen anyone abuse any abuse to other detainees. The conduct of this investigation_did_notturther-diministi-the _ _integrity or credibility of Mr.1111111.allegations.
STATUTES:_ ,h 6" 4-76-1./ 04,9ve_.
ARTICLE 128, UCMJ: ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE)
ARTICLE 93, UCMJ: CRULETY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE).
ARTICLE 81, UCMJ: CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE)

EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:

ATTACHED:

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1. Agent's Investigative Report (AIR) of_19 Jul 04, detailing the basis for investigation.
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7, Detainee Medical Screening Sheet contenting Mr.111110 4 Apr 04,
Health and Medical ReCOrdS, 16 May 04 and 8 Jul 04, 'concerning the latk of injuriet and
scarring to Mralla (3 pages)

9. Naval Criminal Invettigative Service (NCIS) Report of Investigation, 2000'04 W1E8J0500
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7XNA/C, 20 Oct 04, detailing receipt of the RFA; coordination vvith Camp Habbani an ­Detention Facility and cpT_and interviews of MSG_SG

10,Statement Of C.P101111111. 17 Ott 04. ,
11, U.S.. NCIS,..I.OVestigatiVe Action„.Review of Detention RecOrds, 20. Oct •04.
Habbaniyah. TaskrOrce 134 Arrilbr Daily Rep" 19 Mat 2.9 Apt 04, {2.3. paceS)
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Statement of IS0.111117 Oct 04.

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Statement of SGT... 17 Oct 04.

15.
U.S. NCIS Investigative Action, Interview of SSG allialt20 Oct 04.

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U.S. NCIS Investigative Action, Interview of W01/111M20 Od 04.

17.
AIR of SAME. 5 Nov 04, detailing coadination with CW31111111111. and SSG

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AIR of S_7 Deo 04, detailing the receipt of the Request for AssiStande (RFA)
and the interview of Ad (Dr)

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Sworn Statement of MAJ (Dr) _7 DOC 04, detailing the Medical examination Of
Mr.Milland witnessing no signS of abuse.

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Sworn Statement of SGT detailing.his lock Of .khoWledgo of any
detainee ab.u.se,„

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Sworn Statement of MS 30 NoV 04,, detailing .hiS lackof •KnOwledge.'of.a.nY
detainee abuse. -

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Sworn Statement of CP - Dec 04„ detailing hiS lack of knOwledge of any.
detainee abuse.

25.
Sworn Statement of SF , 6 Dec 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any . detainee abuse, but waS awate sof an escape attempt by detainees. . _•_.-

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Sworn Statement of SPC _

1111111111, 7 Dec 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any
detainee abuse.

28. AR of_7 Jan 05, detailing Offiice of the Staff judge Advocate (OSJA)
coordination._14_4

NOT ATTACHED:
Retained in the original case file:
29. Tactical Interrogation Reports. (Classified as SECRET)
The originals of Exhibits 1, 2, 4, 5, 9 through 11, and 13 through 29 are forWarded with the
USACRC copy of this report. The originals of Exhibits 3 and 6 are maintainer] in the detainee
files of the Detainee Operations, Multi National Forces Iraq (MNF-I) Baghdad, Iraq. The
original of Exhibit 12 is maintained in the files of Habbaniyah Task Force 134 Armor.

STATUS: This is a Final (C) Report. This investigation was terminated in accordance with
CIDR 195-1, paragraph 4-17 (a)(6), in that the Special Agent-in-Charge has deterrnined that
the furtherance of the,investigation would be of little or no value and that the leads remaining
to be developed are not significant. Remaining leads include the inten/iews of the unknown
subjects. Commander's report of action taken (DA Form 4833) is not required.

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Report Prepared By:_ Report Approved 13y:
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USACJIC 6010, 6t1' Street, Fort 13elvoir, VA 22060-5506 (original)
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1-Thru: CDIR, 11 NIP BN (CID) (FWD), AF'0 AE 09342 Thru: CDR, 3 MP Group (CID) _, To: CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
1-chief, Investigative Operations Division, USACIDC
1-Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, USACIDC
1-CID Current Operations, USACIDC
1-PIVIO, MNC-1 (e-mail only)
1-SJA, NINC-I (e-mail only)
1-Detachment Sergeant, 48TH NIP Det (CID) (FVVD)
1-CDR, 48th MP DET (CID) (FWD)
1-File

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command

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22nd Military Police Battalion (CID)(FVVD)
Detainee Abuse Task Force
E3aglidad, Iraq
APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR 9 Jan 05

MEN( NDUM FOR SEE DISTFRIBUTION
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL (C) / SSI — 0225-04-CID259-80259— , /5C1/5-Y-2B-1/5X1 5to 9=-01
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF` OCCURRENCE'S:
1. 4 APR 2004/ 0001 HRS -- 15 APR 2004/ 24001-1RS, Al_-HABBANIYAH, IRAQ (IZ).
DATE/TIME REFORTED:19,41)14 2004, p9p.o._.
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INVESTIGATED BY:

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SUBJECTf 1. (UNKNOVVN); NI; WHITE; (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (INSUFFICIENT
EVIDENCE) ] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ]
[CONSIDIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ]

' 2. (UNKNOWN); M; WHITE; (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
(INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT "
EVIDENCE) ] [CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ]

3 (UNKNOWN); M; VVHITE; (NF1) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
(INSU.FFICIENT EVIDENCE) ] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT
EVIDENCE) ] [CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ]

4. (UNKNOVVN); M; WHITE; (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
(INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ] [CRUELTY AND MALTRE.ATMENT (INSUFFICIENT
EVIDENCE) ] [CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ]

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VICTIM:_1._ CIV, IRAQI, ISN:
11.11.111111111111
M; WHITE; DATE OF CA APR 04; (NFiAAGGRAVATED ASSAULT
(INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (INSUFFICIENT
EVIDENCE) ] [CONSPIRACY (INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE) ]

INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
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625-04-61D259-80259
On 19 Jul 04, this investigation was initiated based upon receipt of a Memorandum Of
Transmittal (0083-04-CID789) from the 75th Military Police Det _ent, Baghdad Central
Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, whereinklr _ported he was abused
while detained at a detention facility in Al-Habbaniyah, IZ.
Investigation established there was insufficient evidence to proVe or disprove the listed
offenSes. MIliras interviewed and claimed he was captured by,U.S. Coalition Forces
arid t*en tsi Air AnivIshi, 14-- aPd during his datOPtieti P6 had Wit$ 'Mgt OVer fig titbd Mt'
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fOUtteerl days, was beat in the stomach and kidney, hit on the lips, and thr w into concertina
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wire. Intelviews of the relevant Medical personnel and review of IVI _Medical recorda
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make no medical obSeniations, which INould indidate or suspect abUse'. This investigation did
not produce any viable subjects and interviewS of lig, Al-Habbaniyah/Camp Manhattan
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facility related they had not seen anyone abuse NO _or any abuse to other detainees:
The cOnduct of this investigation did not further diminish the integrity or credibility of M

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allegatiOrtt.
STATUTES:

Article 128, UCMJ: Aggravated Assault
Article 93, UCMJ: Cruelty and Maltreatment Article 81, UCMJ: Conspiracy
EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATIOR_ Attached:
1. Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of _19 Jul 04, detailing the Basis for Investigation._
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2.
AIR of S_, 8 Jul 04,detailirig_the_basis-for investigationTinitial-complaint _of allegations of a use provided by SSG/NIP _, the interview of M_, obtaining copies of Mr_detainee file, and coor Ina ion with the CPT (Dr

3.
Statement of Possible Prisoner Abuse concerning MAIM 21 Jun 04.

4.
Arabic Statement of MOM 26 Jun 04, detailing the allegations of abuse. fUSACRC and File Copy Only)

5.
English Translation of Mrailliptatennent, exhibit 4, translated by MOM 26 Jun 04.

6.
Detainee File concerning MR11111119 pages)

7.
Detainee Medical Screening Sheet concerning Mr~ Apr 04.

8.
Health and Medical Records, 16 May 04 and 8 Jul 04, concerning the lack of injuriet and scarring to MOM (3 pages)

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9. Naval Criminal InveStigative Sen/ice (NCIS) Report of Investigation, 200CT04-MEBJ-0505-
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7XNA/C, 20 Oct 04 det ing receipt of the RFA; coordination with Ca _Habbaniyah Detention Facility and CP and interviews of MS_ SSIN/lar, and W0111111.1
„imam.
10. Statement of CP-111111/111K 17 Oct 04. NCIST Investigative Aotioni Review of Detention Recoil:Is, 2Q Oat 04,
12.
HabbaniYah Task Force 134 Armor Daily Reports, 19 Mar - 29 Apr 04. (24 Pages

13.
Statement of 1SG1011111117 Oct 04.

14.
Statement of SG111111111 17 Oct 04.

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15. U.& NCIS Investigative Action, Interview of SSG1111111111 20 Oct 04.
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16. U.S. NCIS Inve tigative Action, Interview VV01 _,20 Oct 04. 17,_ 5 Noy 04, detailing coordination with CW3alliMiand SSG
and the inteMew of Dr (IVIAJ)

19. Sworn Statement of Dr (IVIAJ)11111111111117 Dec 04, detailing the medical examination of nd witnessing no signs of abuse.
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16 Dec 04, detailing the recei t of the RFA; the interviews of
KAIRIIIPPG'

and LTC_ and canvass interviews.
21.
Sworn Statement of 2LT1111111 23 Nov 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any detainee abuse.

22.
Sworn Statement of SAM. 29 Nov 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any detainee abuse.

23.
Sworn Statement of MSGMII.30 Nov 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any detainee abuse.

24.
Sworn Statement of CPTIffiralra 3 Dec 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any detainee alDuse.

25.
Sworn Statement of SFC11111. 6 Dec 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any detainee abuse, but was aware of an escape attempt by detainees.

26.
Svvorn Statement of SPCON. 7 Dec 04, detailing his lack of knowledge of any detainee abuse.

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Canvass Interview Worksheet, 9 Dec 04.

28.
AIR of SAIIIIIMI7 Jan 05, detailing SJA coordination.

Not Attiched: 6."1 10 6- 1
RetainecI. in the. orioinal case file4
29, Tactical Interrogation Reports. (Classified as SECRET)
The originals of .exhibita 1, 2, 4, 5, 9 through 11, and 13 through 29 are forwarded with
USACRC copy of this report, The originals of exhibits 3 and 6 through 8 are maintained in the detainee files of the Detainee Operations, Multi National Forces iraq (MNF-I) Baghdad, Iraq: TT-le original of exhibit 12 is maintained in the files of Habbaniyah Task Force 134 Armor.
STATUS: This is Final (C) Report. This investigation was terminated in accordance with CIDR 195-1, paragraph 4-17 (a)(6), in that the Special Agent-in-Charge has determined that the furtherance of the investigation would be of little or no value and that the leads remaining to be developed are not significant. Remaining leads include the interviews of the unknown subjects. Commander's report of action taken (DA Form 4833) is not required.
Re
Specia, Special Agent in Ch
Distribution:
1-DIR, USACRC, 6010, 6u' Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 (original) 1-Thru: CDR, 22nd MP E3N (CID) (FWD), APO AE 09342
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Thru: CDR, 3 MP Group (CID)
To: CDR, USAC1DC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 1-PM0, MNF-I (e-mail only) 1-CID LNO, MNF-I, APO AE 09335 (e-mail only) 1-Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, III Corps, ATTN: MAJVIIIII(email only) 1-File
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CID Regula.tion 195-1 Page 1 of 1
Basis for Investigation: On 19 .Tul 04, this office received a Memorandmn of Transmittal (0083-04-0130789) from the 75th MilitarY Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Correctional Facility CCF Abu Gbraih, IZ, that Mr11111111111111111111111.11tennent Serial Number (ISN) eported he was abused while detaffied at CamP HabbaniYa, IZ.
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.tetetl .t.h.ot livh(..te '4...,E.‘e.t..ion.itigillillitoout jrifoto*iori rie:.01700.0.t.-.0.• 1 2. mey.04-ararioirleged. -
tie_ goe #.10 inforrettoti. ooty bet-040 we.. wo. boo-to ...... PP:J._'-fecoided--tne'allegatiOris in -..ni.S...breylotis .Statenient and Oil nOt ekploit the allegatiOns IQ.' her::' SSGOIllitrelated that .. . ' 1111111111100000- that hiS• abuse "OCCUrreci. at.l-IA8pANIYA, which w4..201.evo..oera:r _gave
the' infOrrnatiOn, kit wniort ile.oei.o:e.he waS..fortwed t6 giVe.:,
A out 1500, 26 Jun 04, S with the assistance of Linguis
interviewed...I whO provi ed a swOrn staternent (See Svvom Staternent and Translation of
Iraqi Statement) .

About 1900, 5 Jul 04, SA_ reviewed_detainee file arid determined that lie was
captured on 4 Apr 04 by 13 1/9 CAV". He was transferred to BCCF on 17 May 04. A medical
_the_ -----,Streening-rec-ord-,--date-4-A-pr

04, note detainee's head and arms, but made
nO mention of abuse allegations. The intelligence report mentioned by SS_s located
and verified to be dated 12 May 04: A review of Magistrates Database revealed _was
captured by flMEF". (See Detainee File)

About 1500, 8 Jul 04, S_obtained a copy of the physical report from CPT (DR
1111111111/11M8 391 MP BN, Detainee Aid Station (DAS), AGI, BCdF. DR _tated he found no sign§ of injury. _(See Physical Report) //////////I///////////////////////////////////////////////////////LAST ENTRY/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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TYPE AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
PflIONER INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT)CID)
Baghdad Central Confinerrient Facility, Abu Gfirtryeb 09342

SIGNATURE DATE EXHIBIT
r 024272

CID FORM 94
FOR OFFICIAL. USE ONLY-LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE

Reforrect-tot.
U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND
7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY I3LVD
ATTN: CCJ6-DM
MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE
FLORIDA 33621-5101

Master Sergeant Pamela Andrews andrewsp centcom.smil.mil --(81-33-827--5344/2830-
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1111.111..26. Juno41159p.: • • _• • 16__y::
1..wao_ .house loCated.„in..Alanbar prOyince; Alkhaledeyy0;-,
Ghazwan_They.tOok.rhe tO Aillabbaneya,. prison On. 4 APr 04=. They. started. .•

•: torturing..rne frOrri the first. day, and [tCo.htinUedfor eleven gays 1*•the'-gu4rdS, after,
rnidnight, and .1 y1/400:biepten on. ao.my ,'.there are ScOrs_ni.y.'bodk sO fOr, One-•
day 0' white, tall,ArneriCOn'ilOcioni,-and he. Weighs...90. kg.,. falking„.,brOkenArabid,.,,Ognie

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.and said, to. nrie.;:•."I iivould kill your.- hOlthrykidney:, after he kneVv that: rny Other-.kid.hey _: and' I- hovp,o'stOrie-0...it; „Old:4$, WO:O.tf-Oing.,,hinis-Of.ikilittitigr.thtore-#:,ofttiV..40-01t4.
._kidney Vv.h.ile he 'WO'S_•_•-•••_• • •_
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0: HOW Joh0. WOS, the -tOrture?'
.'froth One to:tWO'.

Q: Where'did.. they k):••at you? _ •
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Otjtside.,'th-erewas a• fence. of, bore wires and theythrew rne three times on the"_•.-_._• -._
._-•_._•_..-_._•_._.Were yOk.i tortured since the. eh-d Of the first eleven dAys in the:prison? A**,_,_. • ,_
. • Qt•_yoU-. ytint tO add any thing 'to this statement? • '_• (1.0.H _ •_•.

TRANSLATED E3Y:. VERIFIED E3Y:
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Translator, Category II cb - (0L Translator, Category 11.
Titan Corporation . Titan Corporation

Assigned to:
Prisoner InterrOgation Team (PIT)(CID)
75th Military Police (MP) Det. (CID)(FVVD)(-)
Baghdad Central COnfinernent Facility (BCCF)
Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq APO AE 09342

F" °ificial UsPoPilifieleaggirment Use C)nlY
Exh,ibit_n 4 1752
Law Enforcement Sensitive
- -000 16

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'CENTRAL. .COMMAND 711:5-.SOUTHI3OUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJOtDM.' MACUILL AIR FORCE. BASE FLORIDA 3362.1 5101
Master Sergeant Pamela Andrews andrewsp@centcom.smiLmil ------(ST3T827-5321-172-830--
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U.S. AR1VIYIVIEDICAL COMMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/ PRIVACY ACT OFFICE ATTENTION: MCFP 2050 WORTH R_OAD, SUITE 13 FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEXAS 78234-6013
MR. JOHN PETERSON John.P etersonl@c en. amedd.army.mil (210) 221-7826 - C 42.71
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DEPARMENT OF THE NAVY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ROOM DN536 2000 NAVY PENTAGON WASHINGTON, DC 20350-2000
MS. DORIS LAMA navyfoia@hq.navy.mil
(202) 685-6544/5/6
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Master Sergeant Pamela Andrews andrewsp@centcom.smil.mil --(81-3T 827:5 3-417Z830-
024 7a
DOD-049839

PARNIENT.OF-'11-HE-NAVY.

EY OF-NAVAL 'OPERATIONS RQOM DN53.6.• 2000 NAVY:PENTAGON WASHINOTON. DC -203.50-2..0-00.
MS,. DORIS LAMA. noyfoia@holoyy.mil:
(202) 6.85-6544/5/6.
024'41_80
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For Official Tjse Only _
. .
. Law Enforcement Sensitive

AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT 0225-04--CID259-80259
CID Regulati.on 195--1 Page 1 of 1
At 1505 27 Oct 04, the undersigned coordinated with CW3
502hd Military Intelligence (MI) E3attalion (BN), Camp Victory, Iraq (IZ), who _-related_lie believed the units described in the NC1S rd and_50ath,_wera elefrients of the 82'1-Airborne vvho had operated in that area and not Tactical HUMINT teams., He believed the area had been turned over to tile !Marines around the time of capture (4 AO 04). CW31111011111111, reviewed the Tactical Interrogation Report, TR
.

1MEF HET11 0319 04, date_ay 04, wherein Mriggarlater related he was tortured into giving up the names, and determined the interrogation had been conducted by the Marines HUM1NT Exploitation Teni 11 (HET 11). CWAIIIIIIIIIrconducted a
cpery of the databases43f the 502 _nd M n'a_i i
I B but cou d ot find ny add t onal nformation

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concerning this incident or identify interrogators of1V11111111. CW31111111111111/ related the 312 MI E314, located in the CAV, area may have additional information which may assist in this investigation.,
•'.' ' '•''
At 1145, 5 Nov 04, the undersigned coordinated with SSG _ 312th MI BN, Carnp Victo , IZ, who conducted a records, query concerning Mr
cor s o mem ers of the 312 MI BN, interrogating M but lie noted his records started on 12 Apr 04 arid MrIIIIIIad been captured on 4 Apr 04.
Agent's Cotnment: SSG_an"elated they had taken over and received records from their predecessors, the 501s ml BN, 1st Infantry Division (1ID), GermanY; but the record keeping was poor and tracking and documenting of detainee information was not done-or done. improperly._ --
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SA. 78th MP DET Forward (CID)
024281

Special Agent, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342 Date: 5 Nov 04 Exhibit: W ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE.
CID =194 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT:
Fort Rucker Resident Agency, Third MP Grp (CID), 13uilding 5430 Raider Street,
Fort Rucker, AL 36362

0193-04-CID083
7 Dec 04

2-Me-021, Mfg -hrffee ribehred-dr6Efita fbi 'A stin-ere-_) Rf3=1 the 7ffth
Militaty Police Detachment CID FWD, 3rd Militaty Police Group, Detainee Abuse Task
Force Baghdad, Iraq, APO, A.E, 09342. The RFA requested this office to locate, fully
identify, and interview MAJ (D11111111111110111111.11111111111.96th
Medical Operations Squadron, 44F3, E lin Air Force Base, FL, concerning his
examination of Mr. , Interment Serial Number (ISN41111. 1111101, Iraq; (IZ). ,6
6f-f-trAL

About 1400, 7 Dec 04, S mterviewed MAJ who rendered a
Sworn Statement in which h stated that at the time of Mr physical exam,
there had been no signs of use. (See Sworn Statement for further details).///LAST
ENTRY///

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poovoy ACT STATEMENT AUTHORITY: Title 10 usc Section 301; Title 5 USD Section 2951; E.O. 9397 dated November 22, 1943 (SSW). PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and laW enforcement officials with means by which informatide may be accurately identified,. ROUTINE USES:, Your tocial security number is used as an additional/alternate means of identification ta facilitate Mind and retrieval, DISCLOSURE: DiscMime of your sacial security number is valtiiiifify.
1. LOCATION 7. p.A.1T 3. 'TIME 4. FILE NUMBER
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DA FORM 2823, DEC 1998 DA FORM 2823, JUL 72, IS OBSOLETE LISAPA V1.00
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AFFIDAVIT

_, HAVE READ DR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT
WHICH BEGIN_ N PAGE

_. I FULLY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE
BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE. I HAVE INITIALED ALL CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF EACH P

_•_THE STATEMENT. I HAVE MADE THIS
STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REINARD, WITHOUT THFIEAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WI

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WITNESSES:. Subscribed and sworn to befoie me, a person authorized by law to
ad_ ..y of ,

ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
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AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT l'91 NUME3ER 0408-04-CID025-
CID Regulation 195-1
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ASIS-1-331t rNvhsnolcrw: Abott 6845; 23-146v 64, -this office received-a Request ftf-A-Ssistailt! OVA)

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om the 78 MP Det (CID)(FWD), Detainee Abuse Task Force, Baghdad, Iraq (IZ), APO AE 09342, equesting the interview of 2LTINIltoricerning his knowledge of the alleged abuse of detainee, Mr.
Also, it was requeste this offiee coordinate with 1/34 AR BN, Fort Riley, KS 66442 (FMCS) and determine who operated Camp Habba.niyah (Manhattan) facility, IZ and to conduct canvass interviews of tlae guards who operated the detention facility concerning their knowledge of the alleged abuse, Additionally, it
as requested this office obtain Sworn Statements where applicable and conduct subject interviews as deemed appropriate. Further it was requested this office obtain mugshots and major Case prints of identified subject(s) and to offer a polygraph examination if the identified subject(s) deny the allegations.
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bout 1015, 23 NON/ 04, S_ thiS office, interviewed 2 ND Limmanativir 2/34 AR BN, FRKS, who provided a Sworfa Statement detailing he was the Officer in Charge (OIC) of he ention facility while he was assigned to the 1%34 AR BN at Camp Manhattan, IZ dtuing Apr arid May 04 and was unaware. of an it4-/ Pt' bOUt 1100, 29 Nov 04, SA_interviewed SGT HEIC 1/34I3N, FRKS, who proyided a Sworn Statement detailing he wa.s assigned to a permandrit position of Sergeantof the Guard (SOG) at the detention facility at Ca.mp Manhattan in early Mar 04. F'urther, he detailed he was aware of any detainee abuse that happened at the detention facility.' (See Sworn Statement)
-671-1 bOut 1-100,-30 Nov 04, SA_an
. terviewed_MSG11111111111111111111111111111111111,1=1HC, 1/34 AR BN; FR1C.S, who provided a Sworn Statement detailing he was the First Sergeant of 111-IC, 1 4 AR BN during the deployment to Iraq and he was never a.Ware of any detainee abuse at the detention facility at Camp
anhattan. (See Sworn Statement) 7/-bout 1100, 03 Dec 04, SA _ this' offiCe, interviewed CP4d111111111.1WdllIllIllr
C Company, 1/34 AR BN, FRKS, who provided a sworn statement detailing he was assigned to superviseand_lement olicies and procedUres and oversee detainee in-processing operations at Camp Manhattan, iraq. CP elated 24111111Fook over in April 04 and was relieved in May 04 by 2141111111111111 due to sustaining injuries while conducting escort operations. CPTAIIIIIIIII1firther related that during his
enure of overseeing detainee operations, he never witnessed any abuse and all interrogations and soreenings ere done in accordance with Coalition Joint Task Force guidance. (See Sworn Statement)
-/ 6 7 -bout 1400, 06 Dec 04, SA_this office, interviewed HC Company, 1/34 AR. BN, FRKS, who provided a sworn statement detailing he was assigned as NCOIC of e detentiOn center, after an attempted escape by a detainee, to supervise and implement policies and
ORGANIZATION 78th MP Det CID (CSE) 024286 6th MP Grp (CID, USACIDC Ft Riley, !Camas 66442
DATE FAHIBIT
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as neVer aware of any detainee abuse a the detention. facility at Camp Manhattan. (See SWorn Statement)
. 44°1.. 47e-if
1301It 1 500, 07 Dec 04; SA_interviewed SPC_ BBC 1/34 AltN MKS, who proVided a S.Woril Statetrient detailing he was assiVe as a Prison guard at the detentionfacility a Camp Manhattan in early September 03. Further, he detailed he was unaware of any detainee abuse
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at happened at the detention facilit5r. eee Sworn Statement)
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bout 1345, 09 Dec 04, SA_anclIAM11.11 this office, conducted a canvass interview of ersonnel from HFIC 1-34 AR l3N, F S, who where prison guards at Camp 1VIanhattan, Iraq. None ofthe­dividuals had any information relevant to this investigation. (See Canvass Woric Sheet)64-i 7C V bout 0850, 16 Dec 04, S_conduCtecl an interview of LTCIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.,alIllIllIllr
_

4g1ID, DiVision HQ, G-5, FRKS who stated f—was_the cm:111mnd;_ 4 I I 1 p 03
Sep 04, during tlie battalions deployment to Iraq. LTC _stated he was in charge of operations a Canip Manhattan. LTC _disclosed he Was never aware of any detainee abuse happening at thedetention facili . LTC _tated he only recalled one incident where violence.was used against a,
,

detainee. LTC_tated'sometinie in the spririg of 2004, a detainee attempted to escape and l3ecame iolent with a metal engineer pickett he acquired. LTC _tated soldiers at the detention facility tried
o tackle tlie detainee and deter him froni being violent. TC _stated the gua.rdS were unable to gainontrolof the_detaineeand_encled up sho_oting the detainee in_th eg_to alleviate the threat. _ LTC1111111/stated a. 15-6 investigation was coinpleted by the unit concerning the Mcident. LT _confirmed CPT
and 2LTialiwere OIC's of the detention facility and that Marine eci ist helped set upew operations for -the detention facility around Apr 04. Additionally, LT _stated he rnet weeklyith the Iraqi police (IP) Chief and town Mayor a.nd no concerns iri regard.s th detainee abuse ever surfaced. TC11111111,stated sometime in Apr or May 04, the IP Chief, NIayor and several sheiks from the corrununity
oured th.e detention facility and spoke with detainees. L,TCMffistated no complaints of detainee abuse or maltreatment surfaced when the Iraqi Officials visited the facility.////LAST ENTRY////
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ORGANIZATION
78th MP Det CID (CSE)
6th MP Grp (CID, USACIDC

024287
Ft Riley, Kansas 66442
DATE EXHIBIT.

16 Dec 04_•
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FFICIAL USE ONLY
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LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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FOR OFFICIAL USE PNLY 0225 04 °C11)Z*V
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SWORN STATEMENT For use of this form, see AR 190-45; the proponent agency is ODCSOPS

PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTFIOFIITY: Title 10 USC Section 301; Title 5 USC Section 2951;• E.O. 9397 dated Novernber 22, 1943 (SSN).
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide Commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be aecurately
ROUTINE USES: YOur social security number is Used as an additional/alternate nieans of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security number is Voluntary._ .

1. I_OCATION
4. FILE NUMBER
Building 406, Pershing Cour, Ft. Riley, KS 66942 0408-04-CID025

El. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS '
C CO, 2/34 AR BN, Ft. Riley, KS 66442

, WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOVVING STATEMENT UNDEF1 OATH:

I arrived at Camp Habinayah (aslo known as Camp Manhattan) as an individual replacement for 1-34 Armor on approxiniately 1. April 2004. At this time,. 1-34 was running a small detention facility and *as worldng with Brigade to determine what the fate ofthe facility would be, The Battalion Comniander, LTC41111.1111110did not want a detention facility on his base, saying that he did nothave the manpower or die trained personnel to effectively run the center. The Sl, CPT411111111011b, was the OIC for the detention. facility, as well as performing his other duties a.s Adjutant. About a week after my arrival, I ViaS tasked-to take over the'OIC position for the detention center, my formal designation being S1A. 'The SOP when I arrived was confusing and put together in a piecemeal fashion, It was written when the unit first arrived in country, and was proving fairly ineffective; Without an NCOIC or OTC permenantly assigned to the facility, the Sergeants of the Guard (who would rotate) had little continuity. The guardsthemselves were talcen from different _ne day from the coolcs, another from the mechanics, and so on. A few soldiers heldpermenant shift (for example, SG_was always the SOG between the hourS of 1600 and 2400), but otherwise the• -'•'-' • was assignel as my 1_an. SSG 111.11p(USMC) was transferred from Falluja as a detention facility specialist. Our first priorty was to rewrite the SOP in accbrdance with 1st MEF, our parent unit that had Just taken over our AO froin the 82nd Airborne Divisithi. At this time, the incident at Abu Ghraib Were becoming public in the world inedia which obviously caught the _attention. of_the chahi of conmiand, L along_with my NC0s, tookthis opportunity to make changes to the informal SOP, such as taking off detainee's hoods and unbinding their hand§ when they were placed in the concertina wire enclOsed area: We also began briefing each guard shift about the appropriate use of force and when to apply it; SSG all11111.held training sessions abOut how to handle detainees and a few -basic cOmmandS in Arabic. These changes and the rewriting of the sop were being introduced around the last week of April 04, One of the changes in the SOP that came froth higher was the insistence that no detainee be held hi our facility longer than 48 laours. When I arrived, certain detainees would be kept for up to three weeks, but our unit become more regular in their convoys to Camp Junction- Ciffin Rafrfacil-(13-rigade Headquarters) k that we-could inOie defaineei-out 'Much- faiter. I would alWayi-escort thedetainees on these convoys; Oh 9 May 04 my 5 ton Was struck by an PED, and I Was inedeVaced out of theater. I have since been transferreclio 2-34 Armor statesidem, here at Fort Riley. During my firSt week or so as OIC for the detention facilitY, I watched the way operations were conducted and made little changes. At the time, I heard rumors of past mistreatment Of detainees. After those initial conversations, I did not hear any rumors-about such conduct during my time there -- perhaps becatise, once I was in charge, such things were kept from me. I was often preSent &ring the day at the facility, and Would ti-y to check on the facility once during the middle of the night. The unit had, in the past, removed certain soldiers from guard duty because they seemed too aggressive, bin I did not have the sense that any of My guards (hiring the month of April had those tendencies -- but, then again, I was new to the unit and could not recognize many of the faces of my_rds. I robably had 40 different persthmel as guards during my time there. .
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Q: o you recall a detainee ilameu Mr _ who waS brought to your detention facihty at camp Manhattan byB 1/9 CAI/ MI 4 Apr 04? .
A: No; I don't specifically recall the_of any of the detainees, there Was approximately 3000 detaines that came through the detention facility in the niontii or so I was the_•
Q: After being shown a picture of Mr _do you rcall seeing him at the detention facility?
A: No._ -
Q: Who Was in Charge of the oprations at Camp Manhattan?_
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A: The 1/34 Alt BN Commander at the time who was LT
Q: Was there a duty log maintained for the guards on duty to include the SGT of the guard during your tenure as OIC of the detention fcility?
A: Yes, there was a log maintained at the facility but I do not lmow what happened with it because I left cotintry in May 'cif‘t
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Q: Did you have any Vara on shift that spoke Arabic?
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A: Not that I can recall, but all the gUards new certain Arabic phrases or words, for excample "ICEEP" which means stop:
Q: Did You have any soldiers on the guard force Who spoke spanish?_, -_.
A: I can recall one soldier from 4 ,1/9 cAy,. gaticopa out, of .p.. trostlybp: wm on pardsbifLand he spoke. Spanish, but I do nOt_
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Did you ever Witness or hear any, of the guards at the facility talk about or bragg about abusing any of the detainees?

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Can you describe the set up of the detention facilitk at Camp Manhattan? .'

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A: It was an old walled in concrete compund, with about 6 cells to hold detainees inside and outside the compound in the gardenarea. or lawn area, is what we calleclit. It was oPell area with concertina wire around it and matresses and suctt on the ground for
the detaineeS who were held there. '
Q: Who assigned the perSonnell as guards each day for the fa.c ?
A: The HHC 1SG and I asgurne he would have knOwledge if there Was a log inaintained of the guards onn shift?
Q: 'Did the guards always come from 1/34 AR FIN? _._ •_-
A: They were pulled from thelask force which included 1/34 AR, B 1/9 CAV, and maYbe a feW other subordinate smaller units,.
Q: How may guard shifts Were there daily?. -_._ .
A: Three, each 8 hour shifts, 1600-2400, 2400-0800 and 0800-1600. .
Q: Were the same soldidrs usually on the same shift for guard every day?
A: No, the sOldiers changed daily as each unit supplying the Soldiers:would task different soldiers and it was random, No one
soldier would seem to have guard duty naore than twice a vveek from iny recollection. _'_-
Q: When detainees were brought into the detention facility were they ever injured or appear to have been abused'?
A: I really can't recall any specificS, but often times detainees would arrive looking pret-ty rough and dirty but I did not lcnow the
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circumstances of how they were detaine _11/1 - • -.1 _ _ ! -! !! -. ••• : • •• -Mit I " processed into the facilitiy. _ , "
Q: Did you ever See any of the detainees dropped or pushed into the concertina wire at the compOund? •
A: No, never, other than on occassion a detainees dress would get caught on the Wire beCause they would be sititing or walking
too close to it._-
Q: Do you have anything elk _ish to add to your statement?
A: No.///End of Statement///
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HHC, 1/34 AR BN, Fort Riley, KS 66442 t4 6 -1, 4.7 _

_ , WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT uNPER PATH: -
I am assigned to 1-34 AR BN., on the 27th of FEB, 2004 I deployed to Iraq and was stationed with my battalicin that was already inIraq since Sep 03. I was stationed out at Canip Manhatten Ira . 'There was a detentiOn facility at the camp that was being run bythe Battalion. The OIC.of the detention facility was CPT _hen I arrived in country. On the 5th of March I was place as
a primary SOG for the 1600 - 2400 lirs. shift at the detenti _(E,PW site). Dining the times of my shift I had detanieesarrive that looked beaten and were bleeding. This I WoUld notice when the units dropped off the detainea at the facility. Several different units dropped off detninees. I a.slo wimesSecl several detainees fall off of vehicles when they were dropped off at thedetention facility. During the idetaining inprossesing phase at the facility the guards and Myself visually would check the detaineesfor items that they had in there pockets and placed them hi plastic bagS, during this w_e also placed detainee numbers op a piece ofengineer tape and tied it to there wrist and placed riew zip cuffs if there hand$ were not cuffed in front of their body or if the cuffswere to tight, 1"here was,only 2. member§ of the unit allowed to enter the EPW yard to cut down the confussion meanhi that 1-1
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the end of March to the end of April I only came across 1 detainee that complained about his right shoulder, the detainees nathe was111111111 I checked the detainees shouldeiand found no marks. I had one of the'gruartis log the incident in the DA 1594 "DailyaiEPW. The guard tha reported it to myself was SPC,,
'-37-4.so told the guard to radio centian x-ray ot send a Medic to the
1/34 AR). During that time I had a detainee passout in the front yard and the medic was treating him and carne to find outgnu d detainee was dehydrated and the medic started an IV at that time and the detainee was under observation.'When the medicentered tlie cell the intugit_or was with hiin and the medic got the detainee on Ibproffm for the inftaMation and the sWelling. Duringthis time frame 2LTIIIIIIIpwas the OIC and SFCIIIIrwas the NCOIC. Iwas the Only permanent SOG for the EPW site unil the12_e 200_e other shifts were on rotating personnel for SOG s and guards. .
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Q: Was there an SO_t gctveme the operations at the detention facility? A; When I began. working at the facility in March, there was no SOP in place but I was given instruction to make sure thedetainees were provided with foor and yvater and to take sure they did not harm themselves or one another. 'That was pretty muchit. I did however, establish guidlines for the guards on shift under my comraand. I basically briefed them on normal common­curteousy for handling the detainees and enswed that if they ever witnessed any harm done to any detainees or if they encoinitered
any problem§ with detainees to come to me for assistance. ;_ •
Q: Was there baSic guidlines on hoW the detainees were inprocessed when they arrived to the facility?
A: Before the Marines dame in to-asSist with setting up an SOP to goveni the operations at the facility, we were basically justhaving either the guards or the SOG screen the detainees when they ariived at the detention facility, This would inchicle receivingthe detainee§, contacting Medics for the new detainees to be screened upon enteririg the facility: If the medics did not respond, the detainees would be checked by the guards and SOG then assigned EPW Identification numbers on tags (tO include their name andthe name of the unit who detained the EPW). The detainee then woUld be placed either in a holding cell or in the outside area of the facility, which was enclosed by concertina wire.
Q: When was 2LT_Blaced as. OIC of the detenetion facility?_64 tt, 6-7 16, -
A: He became OI Ithiwit,..e around Apr 04.
Q: 'When Was SFC_assigned as NCOIC of the detention facility? _ 44-oisitPeat-7
A: About the same time rame 2LT_as assigned OIC.
Q: Did you ever witnesS or over hear an f the guards taLking about any of the detainees being abused, while you were Working
at the detention facility? .
A: No.
Q: Were you the only SOG permanently winged as SOG to the facility? •
A: Yes, ali the other SOG's were random personnel outof 101st FSI3 (Ft. Riley), and some other units frorn the 10th Mounts.'
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Q: Do you lcnow who maintained the DA Form 1594's (Log Sheets) for the detention facility?
A: No, when I started working there in Mar, I saw- there were old 1594's dated all the way back to Sep 03. So, I doubt anyone
was keepingthem on file.
Q: Mto assigped the persotmeras gii-a-rds and SOG's? _. '_ -_•
A: The guard,s that were on ray shift were normally the same personnel, tliey Would be on shift with me once every third day. All
the other shifts were assigned by the appropiate unit who had to provide the guards and SOG's. _. .
Q: Who were the soldiers assigned as guards during your shift? _.11._..,..i
. I can't re II -I. . - . of thern_do remember are SPC _SF'_SPCIIIIII SP GT_-, SPC_and PF_ho are all assigned to 1/34 AR BN. so, there was a SP _ho wa
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Q: Do you know the first 11a1110 of theSe klArdS7__, -
A: No._ ‘_._- ._-_.
Q: Do you recall a detainee named NIL_ who was brought to the detntion facility at Camp Manhattan in
Apr 04, 1-.)y B 1/9 CAV?
A: No._ ,
Q: After being shown a picture of Mr. , do you:recall seeing him at the detention facility?
A: No, there were hundreds of detainees while I was there and didn't remember very raany of their faces.
Q: Who_• char e of the operations at Camp Manhattan? _ •
A: LTC
Q: Did ou ve any soldier (guards) working with you at the facility that spoke arabic?
A: We all knew a few words like water and be quiet, etc, but no one spoke the language if that's what's your asking. We always
had an inte reter for about _41
Q: Did you have any guards at the detention facility who spoke spanish?
A: No, not that I can retnember._•
Q: Can you described the set up of the detention facility?
A: There was an old jail conipound that we used, it had about 8 cells inside with thick steel doors, also outside the compound there
were five areas outside in the yard that were cicised in with concertina wire, which was also used to hold the detainees.
Q: Did you ever see any of the detainees pushed or dropped into the concertina wire at the detention facility? .
A: No, but often times a detainee would get his clothing caught in the wire and we would have to either get it undone or cut the
clothing.
Q: When detainees were brought to the facility, did they ever appear to be abused or injured?
A-:-.-Sometimes they would have- small-injuries and-oi=- I could remember a detamee-rvh-iY d been Slid; iti-the leg but they-wcaild-be—

treated by the medics if they had an injury like that. I did not laiow the circumstance of how they were detained so I don't lcnow
how they got their injuries.
Q: Do you have anything else ovish to add to your statement?
A: No.///End of Statethentll
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HHC, 1/34 AR BN, Fort Riley, KS 66442 4-1-tiO7t-

. I WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:

was-assigned aS 1-SG-of-Me,_1-34-AR BIsi, dnring--our-deployMent to-Cartip-MardrattairfrOm Sep 03
through Sep 04.. While a.t Camp Manhattan a.bout a weelc after we a.rrived at there, we set up a detention
facility as we received orders from the Task Force to set one up a our facility.. The detention facility was
originally set up in an area of some old bunkers that was located on our compound. About sometime in
Nov 04, we moved the detention facilit-y to a mom ideal location on the Camp, which was the Old detention
facility that Was physically thei-e on the, Camp. This was the detention facility we used for the detainees
'throughout the rest of our deployMent. It was an old Iraqi detention facility that had several holing cells
inside and the surrounding areas outside had a feW areas that were surrounded by concertina wire where
detalnees vvere also held. My role in the operations at the detention facility was to ensure the taskings yvere
given out to each of t.he platoons in thy company to provide guards and SOG's for t,lie facility. The
following platoons were assigned with providing guards and SOG's for the detention facilit-y: the Support,
Maintena.nce, DFAC and Sta.ff platoons. Also the medics would pro-vide the rned.ical assistance for"

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treatment and Rh- examining the detainees being processed into the facility. For the first several months
there wa,s no SOP for the detention facility, we basically just established a set way to do things-. I was also

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of ensuring the detainees had mattresses to sleep on, blankets and so on. I was never aware of any physical
abuse of any detainees at the detention faeility. CPT _as basically the OIC in the early stages
of the detention facility but to my knowledge I don't nk there _a Corrnnander specifically
assigned to that position. Sometime around Apr 04 is when 2LT was assigned as OIC to the
detention facility. SF...was also assigned as NCOIC of the detention fa.cility near this same time
frame. They would oversee the opetations at the facility and ensured the SOG's and guards were
performing their jobs correctly, Sometime around M2i.or so of 2004, the Marines sent in acorrections _
specialist to a"-sist to help set up better operations a the detention facility. This was sh.ortry after Abu
Grhaib abuse was televised. The Marine helped institute new standards at the detention facili-ty such a,s
documenting times the detainees were fed and provided with prayer time, etc. We maintained the detention
facility until we le oun in Sep 04 and turned over the facility to the incoming unit.

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Q: Did you ever see or hear any of the soldiers (guards) talking or bragging aboutabusing any of the
soldiers at the detention facility?

A:
No.
Q; Were there any records maintained for the g-uards and. Sergeant's of the guard at the detention facility?

A:
There was T10 records maintained, it was basically just assigned to the platoons and they woul
provide the guards: The only soldier 'Permanently assigned to the detention facility was SGT
SOG.

Q: Do you know if any records were maintained by the personnel worlcing at the detention facility?
A: I know they maintained a journal log, which would be the DA Forrns 1594.
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o you know if these DA 1594's are on file with the unit still? •
A: I don't know what happened_ with them, they may still be at the actual detention facility. I dOn't think the
unit brought then1 back from Iraq.

Q: 1Do yot recall if any of your soldiers on guard a the facilit-y spoke Arabic?
,'.

A: All the soldiers were taught a few words of Arabic but I don't recall any of them who actually spoke the
language._.

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131c1 any- other units provide guards for the detention facility other than Hat (1/34 AR)? -
A:` For a short peliod of time (maybe a few weeks) 13 1/9 CAV from. F-t. HOOD provided a few guarcls maybe 1
or two. They left outof Camp Manhattan sometime around the end of May or beginning of .Tune. _.

Q:
Do you recall a detaiime named Mi.. _who was brought to the detention facility a Camp
Manhattan by 13 1/9 CAV on 4 Apr 04?

A: No.
Q: After being shown a pict-Ure of mr._do you ever recall seeing him -th-e facility?
A: No, and there were hundreds of detamees brought in-to the facility and I don't remember many of -the faces.
Q: Did you ever have any problems with any of the gu.ards or SOG's a.t the detention facility that had to be _• taken off their duties there for any reasons?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything else ot
awish to add to yOur statement?

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Date: 03 Dec 04 Time: /r/a
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Org/Adclress: C Company, 1/34 Armor, Fort Riley, KS 66442

want to make the follovving statement under oath:

serVed as the personnel officer. fOr Task Force 1-34 AR 4t Cartip Manhattan, :hug front September 2003 till .Tuly 2004.. One of My additional duties was' to administratively prOces8 all , detainees taken by Units in the Task Force.. The Task Force hada Counter Intelligence (CI) teana fioni 312 Nlilitary Intelligence at Fort I-IOod attached. to tiS, Which conducted all sereenings and
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initial interrogationt of detainees at our base camp, The process .of caphirmg and processing detainee's Was sOmetiting that WO not trained fOr priOr to our deployment and it tOok tirne tO develOp effective SCIPs for our facility. We had tio schoOl-yained Soldiers who vvere knowledgeable in the estabfishnient of a detainee facility, We relied: heavily on the experience of
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the CI teath to provide guidance on the proper way to handle detainees. We established a holding _
•I •' I.iri 11: 1411 ou e as orte to pull guard On them while they Were at the base camp, These guards primarily came frOm otir HeadquarterS company (cOOka, stipport personnel, staff personnel), Based on the reaSon they Were captured, a• detainee Would Stay with us: for a.few days up to a few weeks: They were provided water, humanitarian ratiOns, and a place th sleep: The CI team had tespoosibility for dealing direbtly with detainees and the guards only had respOnsibility fOr securing the facility and only had encounters with detainees under the direction ofthe CI team. My job was tO ensure that detainees were administratively proCessed. This included in-Processing thern when they arriVed and
_._enstritg they Were_properly released or transported to another facility if necessary. To in-procesS -a detainee,.we Would ensure the captUring unit-filled out SWOM. staternents on the reason they were detained, we would. inventhry all evidence and persenal effects, and have our medical platoon _" coriduct a Medical screening Of the detainee. Once in-processed, the CI team conducted all Screenings a.nd interrOgations. Their purpose was to determine if the detainee needed to be sent higher for further interrogation or prosecution, to gain actionable intelligence for the task force, or -th release thern baSed on laCk of evidence or aoticinable intelligence. I Was not personally involved With theSe screening or interrogations operations and fOcused primarily on the adnainistration of the facility, The CI•team had sole respOnsibility for this. On average; I would Spend no more than an hour or tWo a day at the facility to ensure paperwork was in order.. I was always on call whenever a detainee Came in and either my NCOIC or I would go in-Process -them. We continnally workedon SOPs to improve the facility and in the early summer we Were assigned a USMC corrections specialistto ensure we Were in compliance With Coalition Joint Task Force (CJTF) and l't Marine Division (IVL4R_DIV) SOPs on the handling of detainees. We also assigned. a LT to work specifically as the OIC of the facility in May tO help enStre that standards ,wete being maintained. During my time at Camp Manhattan, I never. saw any abuSe of detainees by either guards or CI personnel.: CI personnel would use various interrogations methods as outlined by CJTF guidance, to intlude stress positionS and various questioning methods, but it never crossed the line into alouse: During our tin-ie in Iraq we had visits by perstmnel in the 82!id • AirbOrne and 1st MARDW to condUct inspections of our operations and We used. their feedback to
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Q. Do you have anything further to :add to"this.statement? _ .
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h.ave read or had read to me this statement, which begins on
page an en s on page 2. I f-ully understand the contentS of the entire statement rnade
by me, The statement is true. 1 have initialed all corrections and have initialed the
bottoin 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 unlaw-ful ind.ucement.

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OrWAddress: HHC, 1-34 AR l3N Fort Riley, KS 66442
want to make the following statement under oath: I deployed th Iraq
in September 03 and redeployed in September 04. I deployed as a Tank platoon Sergeant

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until Jan 04. I was moved th the Battalion and became the asst-operatiOns NCO.I then
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waS Moved to t.he task force detention center NCOIC on or about the April/May time
period. I rnOved to the facility with in a couple days of attempt escape bY a detainee. I
spent a period of about 60 th about 120 days as the facility NCOIC. After being at the
facility about a -week or two the USMC sent a SSG as a detention center specialist. The
SSG develop a SOP for the detention center with in a month of being at the facility.
There was a SOP a _I -_• _ k GI 11 O-:AI. •fi

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I do not remember any specifics about either of SOPs, but their where SOPs in place for,
the duration of rny time at the facility. I left the facility and moved to a Tank Platoon for
about two to three around Jun/Jul time period. I then moved on to be come the NCOIC
of the MWR.

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----Q-Did-you-vialite-the-aboveziarrative_? __
A. Yes.

Q. When you arrived at the Detention Facility, what type of facility was it?
A. It was Task Force 134 facility.
Q, Who was in charge of Task Force 1/34 when you arrived at this facility?

A. 82nd Airborne was our higher hea.dquarters, but it was changing over to the USMC
around the same time I arrived.

Q. Do you remember which unit the 1/34 Task Force took the detainee facility over
from?_-

A. No, I ca.n't exactly say that. When we got there it was basically a heavy company
from 3rd ACR I don't know whether or not if they had a facility or not.

Q. When you. arrived how long did detainee's stay within your facility?
A. When I got there, it was normal for 72 hours. But I think that there were detainee's
that had been there longer than 72 hours when I gOt there.

Q. Do you recall how many detainee's were possibly held longer than 72 hours?
A. The 72 hours was the ideal turn around. point. I know there were some prisoners more
than, some more thari a week or longer than a week.

Q. Who made th ecision to retain a detainee longer than the 72 hours, upon your arrival
to the facility .

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can't say. To the best of my recollection I don't Imow if it was the Brigade or
Divisicin, It may have been the Battalion Commander, but he 'would have gotten
pennission from higher -to Make thet can.

Yougaidtheft were detainerglaresent, V-h1V/1_TIMO' longerthM-72
A. Yes:._._ ,
Q, Do you know approxithately how many and approximately how long they had been .

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A. No. .

Q. But there were more than one detainee's and they were, there longer than the 72 hour
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turn around time as posted in the SOP? _.
A. To the best of rny recollection it was 72 hours, I don't recall if it was pbsted Or not.
One or more, I'm not sure. .

Q. Was there an occasion, that you can recall, where a detainee was held at the facility for eleven days? '
A. Possible. .

Q. Do You recall the name of any detainee that was held for ten or more days?
A. No, I don't remember any names.
Q. WaS there any detainee's, that you recall, that were abused by anyone within the
facility?

A. No, the time I was there, I wouldn't say. We took the detainee's, when they came in to the medics to have thein checked out. When it was time for them to leave we took theni again to the Medics prior to -them leaving.
Q. If someone was beaten and thrown into the concertina yvire that abuse would have
_b een_dan 1m ente_d_b_y_theAnedi cs?

A. I would say the medies would have knoWn. The only times someone came out of the facility was to go to the bathroom, or when they went to interrogation. When they went into interrogation, they were first checked by the medics and upon cornpletion of the interrogation. they were re-checked by the medics and then placed back into the facility.
Q. Were any of the detainee's that were present when you arrived, those that may have
been held for lbriger than 72 hours, seen by the medics prior to them leaving the facility
for the next facility?'_.

A. Let me see, We Used to have a medic on 24 hours, that was SOP. Most of the
occasions while I was there they would have been checked out by the Medic.

Q. Is there a possibility, during the time when you came over from Operations to the
detainee facility, that a detainee might not h.ave been checked out by a medic that was
maintained by the facility prior to his leaving for the next facility?

A. I don't know._,
Q.. AS far as you. can recall, all detainee's were examined several tirnes by medical
personnel wlaile. at and. prior to leaving the detainee facility?_-

A. I wasn't there 24 hours a clay and it's practically impossible for me to see everything that happened. I was there sonietimes when they loaded-the truck ancl lef
_....1.1..11.16,en ever they loaded them on the truck it was either me there or the OIC there...NW
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When you Were present for the loading of the truck, aS far as you can. recall, did all of the detainee's get checked out by the medics piior to leaving?
A. It was routine for all the detainee's to be checked by the medics prior to them leaving. Q`: 147Vt. gitrAM yOtrif titatirof WM." db• ybir ta-dgii2b_•
A. No, I can't say t.hat he looks familiar. 1When I Was there we didn't take the picture like that,
Q. Mr_states that betWeen 1, and 15 Apr ()4, he wa,s beaten for eleven days while detained at Canip Habbaniyali, IZ, do you recall any detainee being beaten for any reason in the facility that you were -the NCOIC of?
A. No._•

Q. Was it routine -that the interrOgations would include any type of beating?
A. No._ • -
Q. Would any of the pards have an Occasion to beg a. detainee and the beating go unnoticed? "_•_.
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A. No, I don't see how that could happen. If they were beaten it would have been noticed by someone. The detainee's were checked out by myself on oceasiOn. Now sOtheone could have beat them in the night, hilt still the injuri got beaten -there's no way it would fiat have been nOticed.
Q. Do you wish to add anything else to rOU.1' statement?_
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each page containing the statement. I ha-ve made this statement freely without hope of
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Location: Fort Riley, KS 66442
Date: 07 Dec 0 Time:/‘2.7

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Org/Address: C CO; 1/34 AR BN

Fort RileY, KS 66442

SPC want to make the following statement under oath: I ep oye to Iraq vvith HIIC 1-34 ARV. 1I3CT in September of 2001 'We started taldng
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prisoners, approximately, sometime in September and. my section, S-3, starting giving up
, soldiers for prisoner guard duty at the same time. I am una.ble to give any exact schedules for the guard duty, as everything changed week to week. Guard. shift usually lasted 4-8 ho-urs, though, and there was almost always at least one NCO and fou.r soldiers. There would be rnore guards if the number if prisoners demanded it. During the course of my prison guard duty I did not witness 'any soldier of 312 MI strike any 'Prisoners, nor would I have had the o I G „‘
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done in separate roorns away from the g-uards. The only unusual thing I ever saw the 312 MI soldiers do was play loud music to keep the prisoners from sleeping. The gua.rds were also ordered to assist in preventing the prisoners from sleeping. The sleep deprivation ended, thou.gh, when the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force took control of our brigade, as did. carrying vveapons on guard, and preventing prisoners fi-oni talking arid paSsing information. The prisoners were always treated humanely. Anytime a prisoner had a headache,stornachache, or_an_y_kind_ofailrnentwe inunediatelyladto_call com6 examine -them. We often joked they had the best healthcare system in Iraq. Also, on days that our battalion was running lovv on water and us soldiers had to conserve it the prisoners still had to have as much water as they Could drink. As for HI-IC 1-34 soldiers on guard, I never saw any of them strike or abuse a prisoner. Although, their was plenty of complaining about having to take a never ending procession of prisoners to the latrine.
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Were you a prison guard during the first half of the month of April 04?

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Yes.

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Do you. recall is you had guard duty during that time frame?

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No, I don't recall.

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Do you recall seeing or anyone" telling you about a detainee that was beaten and thrown into the concertina wire during the time you were a detainee guard?

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No, I don't sir.

Q.
Do you recall seeing or anyone telling you about a possible escape attempt around the sarne time frame? .

A.
I know there was an escape attempt sir, but I don't recall if it was around the same time as tha.

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aglir.Was there any measures tO document any injuries incurred by the detainee's prior to 'their departure fmm the facility?
A. Yes, after the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force took over, our battalion medics ha.d -to examine the prisoners and photograph any existing injuries that they ha.d.
PitOt115-1,1\TEr tdrig aver, what was the policy foiikeepifig detain-ergliiVit facility?
A. Um, they didn't stay more than two weeks.
Q. After the 1st MEF took over, how long were detainee's kept in the facility?
A. I would say about the same. I wouldn't usually see the same face after two weeks.
Q. Was there a possibility that a guard could abuse a detainee, a.nd not get caught?
A. Yes, some prisoners were kept in cells, so if a guard went to go feed them, or -take
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them to the bathroom he would be in private with that prisoner.
Q. Would not a detainee with noticeable injuries sOmd hnw be detected?
A. I imagine they would. .
Q..too you personally recall anY detainee being abused in such a manner?

A. No, sir.

Q. I showed you a picture of Mr _do you reccignize him?

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No Sir I don't recall

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At 1030, 7 Jan 05, the undersigned coordinated with CPT Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Multi-National Forces Iraq (MNF-I), Camp Victory, IZ, who opined there was insufficient evidence to prove or disprove the allegations of assault, cruelty and maltreatment, and conspiracy. MLAST ENTRY///

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4. SUBJECT: 1. (UNKNOWN).; M; WHITE; (NFI) 1AGGRAVATED
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2, (UNKNOWN); M; WHITE; (NFI) [AGGRAVATED
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INVESTIGATION'.

THIS.IS AN "OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.

THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED UPON, RECEIPT OF MEMORANDUM
OF TRANSMITTAL (008,-04-CID789) FROM THE 75711MILITARY .
POLICE DETACHMENT, BAGHDAD CENTRAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
(BCCF), ABU GHRAIE,.htvl

THAT MR.IIIIIIIREPORTED HE WAS ABUSED WNILE PgTAINT? AT A DETENTION' FACILITY 'HABBANIYA, IZ.. b7te Vi
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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED.FERSON(S) UNKNOWN ABUSED

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PUNCHING, KICKING, AND HITTING HIM WITH A
STICK ON HIS BODY.

ON 21, JUN 04, Ma. WAS INTERVIEWED WHEREIN HE STATED

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HIS HEAD FOR FOURTEEN DAYS, BEATEN IN THE. STOMACH AND
KIDNEY, HIT ON THE LIPS AND THROWN INTO CONCERTINA WIRE.
MR..

MR..

FURTHER STATED HE KNEW TWO OF THE MEN WHO ABUSED
HIM WERE ROM' SPAIN BY-THE WAY THEY TALKED.

ON 26 JUN', 04,.AS RE=INTERVIEWED WHEREIN HE'
STATED HE WAS KICKED, PUNCHED AND BEATEN WITH A STICK ALL
OVER HIS BODY FOR ONE TO TWO HOURS EVERY NIGHT FOR ELEVEN
DAYS BY FOUR WHITE GUARDS AT THE DETENTION FACILITY. MR .

11,1!FURTHER STATED HE WAS BEATEN OUTSIDE AND THROWN INTO
W HREE TIMES.

ON 17 MAY 04, MAJ (DIO.ONDUCTED A

MEDICAL SCREENING AND HYSICAL OF MR..

AND DOCUMENTED
NO SIGNS OF INJURY PERTAINING TO RECENT ABUSE.

EFFORTS ARE ON GOING TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY, AND

INTERVIEW THE UNKNOWN INDIVIDUAL(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR MR.

' INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY' USACIDC.

-7. COMMANDERS AR: REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR G00-8-2 PERTAINING To SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS, AND AR 380-67 FOR `1'.1 SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF
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3. OFFENSE 8. ASSIGNED TO
Aggravated Assault /Cruelty arid Maltreatrnent/ConSpiracy/

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4. SUBJECT 9. TYPE OF ACTIO
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5. VICTIM-10.
REPORTS

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TYPE SUSPENSE COMP

6. CASE DESCRIPTION
20 Jul 04.

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TfrIAL 11,40 AVG 04

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1. DATE 2. TIME RECEIVED
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19 Jul 04
3. OFFENSE

Aggravated A§sault /cruelty and MaltreatrnentiConSpir.acy/
4. SUBJECT
Unknown

5.
VICTIM

6.
CASE DESCRIPTION

66

Mr1111111111reported he was punched all over his body by guards a a detention facility.
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7. CASE NUMBER
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DATE 19 JUL 04 DATE NOTED OFFENSE Aggravated As$=,._ . ECTI UNKNOWN NKNOWN-:Nit/ ASSIGNED TO: .46‘°//471°' DATE COMPLETED
19 JUL 04: _Leeate, Fully:Ideatify liabbaniy
19 JUL 04 _Obtain &IA Opine.
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30 cal days
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DATE NOTED DATE 19 JUL 04 Aggravated Ass:.::' OFFENSE IVITY UNKNOVVN NKNOVVN ED TO. 64-1/67e . DATE COMPLETED
19 JUL 04 I,ocate, Fully Identify subjects at am Habbani a_riv4,
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RFA FOLLOW UP 15 duty days
KNOVVN SUBJ FINALS 15 duty days
UNFOUNDED FINALS 15 duty days UNKNOWN SUBJ FINALS
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ICID Regulation 195-11
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18001 AtiO RECEIVED AND REVIEWED CF, TO SAC FOR REVIEW.
LEADS REMAINING:

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1) Pending RFA to NCIS.
-Will need to coordinate with Mr_to find out if they are ping to

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finish the RFA Or they do not have the nine to complete request we close
this investigation.
2) Obtain SiA opine.

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TIME, DATT, AND AGENT 10 SEP 041 SUMN•14R1 OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY SAC.emai led !lava]. Criminal Investigative Service. (NC SI an& :riade- three attemptS to contact NCIS by.concern1'..-.? t.he Request for Assistance (RFA) sent on 2 Jul '04,.negative resulta.
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(CID Regulatio# 0225-04-CID259-80259
TIME, DATE, AIO AGENT

10 Jan 04/SAC
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SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ADITIVITY

Rev'd.
. Transmitted and posted final to case file.
2. No evidence colleted.
No DA 4833 required.

File to admin for distribution,
4. Scan at high quality. Airier scanning, ensure copies a.re readable. . Copy file and send original to CRC. Keep copy here.
6.
Forward Final Report per distro.

7.
Forward File to 48th for closure in 54 log.

8.
File alreatdy clOsed in DATE' file.

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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
9 Jan 05, Completed requested activity and con-ected final. To SAC for review an
dispatch of final.

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(CID Regulation 195-1)

AGENTS ACTIVITY SZ)
0015--01/ -C /0;2,T? 60.2,5-7

TIME, DAME, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY

5 Jan 04/SAC/TC Since we are preparing to transfer control of the investigations, we need to ensure
I:_15 the following takes place, which will help aid in a smooth transfer of cases:
1.
Update all IPs w/outstanding and completed leads.

2.
Update all 66s w/outsta.nding and. completed RFAs.

3: Update all AAS. You AAS should. provide the agent assuming the case with a snapshot of where you are in your case. (this should be in conjunction with your IP)
4: Prepare draft finals for all ROIs, and place in case file.
5.
Prepare your AIRs for all files, to include SDFs. Make sure all AIRS are signed upon transfer of cases, and a copy is placed in the case file.

6.
Place note envelopes in every file.

7.
Make sure files are set up in proper order — all files should be set up similar, even if we are varying fi-orn CIDR 195-1. If we need to discuss further, we can. (see layout on front board prepared by SA

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8. Also, i you ave identified any POC (names, numbers, emails) pertaining to your case, enstu-e they are annotated in file (IP sheet has place in bottom left comer).
To case agent for file.

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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT ttY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
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TINIE, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
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COntrol Number.

AGENTS ACTIVITY S ' '
0,0925—.-04-CID259-80 2577
.

(CID Regulation 195-1)

SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY

TIME, DATH, AND AGENT

6 Oct Q4/ SAct:. Rev'd, Noted/complete the -following't
'1..reVil of the fdllowing case(s);

Condutted 8 .
.gol'buidept Pate'Incident Location_Captneing Unit
a, 4184-047C11)259-80230 _ 12 Apr 04: 1101100Z'NCISAOR

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(Noted victim w$ loCated :at Al ,Baglaadi) '61 (.7 1.•!- : h,_(1192-04-0130259-W36_13 Api7 O4_Rainadi, IZ ' .'2/4 Marines A (Noted all docninents indiCated Marines had total Control) _
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d:
0225-04-M259780M_ 4 Apr Q4_AI Habbaniya .'1 MU'• (Noted Al flabbaniya waS Controlled by Marines)

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0250-04-0D259-80284_ 14 May 04_,'Rarnadi, IZ_ I MEP (Noted all docarnents indicated Marines had OW control)

2. Based on a review of.

FRAGO .316 [ROTATION GUIDANCE FOR 82 ABN] TO CJTF-7 o4-oli the 82° Airborne Division telinquiShed control of the abOve area of responSibility on or before 22 Mar 0,61...
• The U,S.
Marine Corps ,assumed control of the-Ramadi area of
re8p011.$1-bility on or prior to 22 Mat 04. . '

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Addj_tionally, SAC ptepared memo fOt Ops reVieW,.

Thi5
tequesting NCIS assume investigative responsibility

f. the above inveStigatiOns..
.

Also,,

Sent memo to SA.BN OpS for review..

7 Oct 04

0840.

ese caseS' are dragging due to NCIS
indicating they had not teCeived the initial RFAs send
during May/Jun 04 time frame..

informed Ops that.

Also noted that RFAs
were reSent but still no response reCeived, except for
info oft 01.84-04....

pending a response from Ops..
.

Ops will forward concerns to-CID Cmd via 3rd mp Grp to
determine if they agree on transferring cases to NCIS.

.
8 Oct.Rec'd notification from Mr. 111 BN Ops, He related he

145.2.04

received notification from C.

Cmd via Mt.
Grp Ops that Current Ops did not want to t anSfer
investigation to NCIS. .They directed tO resend RFAs,
and if Marine suspeCts are identified.they will te-
Consider, referring the case'(s).

at that tithe,
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1710,.Resent all RFAs.0192-04.0225L04,

8 Oct 04 (0184-04,.0193L04i.
and 0250-04).and cc'd SA

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TIME, PATE, AND AGENT.,'.

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Coordinated with SA.NCIS to determine if he
had reyieWed RFAs sen.

Oct 04. Based on hiS
.reply and,emsil to his higher, he had not, received ,the
RFA, onlY.the RFA case number-. SAC re -sent' all, RFA,
and ;:eceived acknowledgeMent from SA.that
RFA haS,been assigned tO agent. Posted emal: to oa$e

ending re ¦ 1Y from.ref status or RFA, SA
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AGENTS ACTTVITY S ARY Control Number (CID Regulahon 195-1) 0225-04-CID259-80259
TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
Based upon the information provided by NCIS and a review of the documents
contained in the detainee file I ascertained the following:
-IV1_as captured by either lIVIEF B 1/9th CAV, on 4 Apr 04. 6=-11-1_Y
-On 4 Apr 04, He was given an initial medical screening which indicated he had
scars on his forehead, am-is, chest, abdomen and Pack. The scars on his chest
,

and abdomen and back were frOrn surgeries. It is unknown whO conducted the
eXarn.
This information vvas contained in the Detainee File..

-He arrived at the BCCF around 17 May 04 and again was given a nnediaal
screening on 16 May 04. The 16 May 04.medical report indicated he was seen:
and treated for left knee pain and renal problema. MAJ
USAF Conducted the exam.

-On 8 Jul 04 he received another medical screenin , which indicated he had nO
identifying scars and or tatt os. Dr CPT) onducted the exam
and was inten.fiewed b S_n 8 Jul 04, ed he found rio
injuries to M_his was documented in S IR dated 8 Jul

04.
akes claims that during his initial capture (At Habbaniya, IZ) he ha him bags over his head, he was beaten in the stomach and kidney, he was beaten on the stomach and lips, and thrown into concertina wire (hiS clothes were torn), he was beaten with a stick and cold Water had been throvvn on him. He related he had no current injuries or scars from the abuse. This statement was taken on 21 Jun 04.
-Mr_as again interviewed at the BCCF on 26 Jun 04 wherein he related he was beaten for 11 clays by the guards after midnight and related he had scars all over his body from it. He said he would be hit with a stick and kicked with boots and punched in the area of his kidney. Malliliadcled he had been thrown into "a fence of bare wires" and thrown into it three times. Additionally the guards related in broken Arabic they would "kill his healthy kidney". This allegedly ocburred at Habbaniya, IZ.
The 21 Jun 04 s_t he says he has no scars or injuries. On the 26 Jun statement M_ays he has scars from the injuries. M contradicts himself. The initial medical exam shows he had been cap ured and had prior existing scars and subsequent examinations make no note of injuries or complaints other than a sore knee, rheumatism and renal problems all for which he received treatment.
A review of the interrogation report, wherein Mr_elates he was tortured
into confessing, does not list who conducted the interrogation. VVithout that
information I have know vva of determining the identity of the interro5toul.q.
vvho may have guarded NI
-Pending the receipt of the hard copy of the Final Info Report from NCIS I can
see no other exploitable leads vvhich may lead us to the identities of the alleged
abusers. To SAC for Review.
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AGENTS ACTIVITY SLRITVIARY Control Number
(CID Regulation 195-1) 0225-04-CID259-80259

TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY_ ,
1505, 27 Oct 04,1111111 Coordinated with CVV 502h Military Intelligence Battalion, Camp
Victory, IZ, who relate_e believed the units described in the NCIS email, 503rd
and 506th, were elements of the 82nd Airborne who had operated in that area and
not Tactical HUM1NT teams. He believed the area ha_ed over to the
Marines around the time of capture (4 Apr 04). CW3_reviewed the
Tactical lnterro ation Report, TIR IMEF HET11 0319 04, dated 12 May 04,
wherein Mr_ter related he was tortured into giving up the names, and

e.' determined_e interrogation had been conduct_b the Marines HUMINT 174-Y Exploitation Team 11 (HET 11). CW3_onducteid a query of the 676-11 databases of the 502" MI BN but coul_not find any additional information concerning this incident or identify interrogators of Minn. 64-i bc-e,
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cwLrelated the 312th MI BN, located in the CAV, area may have additional information which rnay assist in this investigation.

1145, 5 Nov 04/ Coordinated with SSG 312t_i'Intelligence (MI)
Battalion (BN), Cam_Victo I a_who conducted_records_ue
concerning IVI SS_ela e

there were no records of members of the 31_-ro atin Mr
I BNiiibut he noted his records started on 12 Apr 04 an_M_a been captured on 4 Apr 04.
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.
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Germany; but the record keeping was poor and tracking and documenting of A detainee information was not done or done improperly. 014-
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SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACITIVITY
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIV, ACY ACT
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FAMILY MEMBER DATA
JUV_1FAMILY REL SPONSOR IASI NAME.: SPONSOR FIRST NAME SPONSOR MIDDLE NAME
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER: SPON GRADE SPON MCAC SF'ONSOR UNIT ADDRESS
SPONSOR CITY SPON ST SPON CTY SPON ZIP CODEIAPO SPON F'HONE NUMBER
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11. irst Name:_ 12. Middle Name: 13. Grade/Rank:

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Telephone: PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START:
Date:_ Time:
Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END:
Date: Time:
Disposition:

74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer:_Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes:0 No:0
79. Year: 80. Make: 81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
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NOTES:
GT SCORE: COLLEGE ED: PROMOTABLE STATUS: TIS: T1G:
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CREDIT HISTORY: HISTORY OF MENTAL ILLNESS:
CDR's NAME: 1SG's NAME:

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74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer:_Policy:_ Year/Date Exp: Yes:0 No:0
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86. V.I.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
NOTES:
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DOR: PT SCORE: PROFILE:
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CDR's NAME: 1SG's NAME:
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55 SFONSOR FIRST NAME
15 57 SFQNSOR MICCLE NAME
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59 SOCIAL aCLIFUTY NUMBER SPON GRADE
60 SPON MCAC 81 SPONSOR UNIT ADDRESS

2 2
62 SPON CfPf 63 SPON ST

64 SMN CTY 65 SPON ZIP CODEJAPO
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OFFENSE

66 OFFENSE COOE 67 UFC 68 OFFENSE CODE 69 UFC 70 OFFENSE CODE
71 UFC 72 CINSE COCE 73 UFC
1
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ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

TE-EPHONE ETS
PCS/DEFIOS DATE INIERV I TIME 1NTFV
START I START

PLACE OF INTERVIEW
DATE 1NTERV TIME INTEFTY PLACE OF INTERYIEiY RPIWPRINT PHOTO START END ENO
END VE-IICLE DATA
DISPOSMON
CORPORATION DATA

74 CONTRACTOR NUMBER 75 FED SERV/PROD f 76 CORPORATION NAME
12 4 77 CORP ADDRESS
78 CORP CITY
79 COPP ST 60 COPP CTf 81 CORP DP CCOE
18 2 2

82 CONTRACT NUMBER
15 NOTES
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. •_ PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your social security # is voluntary means by which information may be accurately identified.
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37. Alias/Nicknamel:_ 38. Alias/Nicknames._ 39. Alias/Nicknames:
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48. Home ddress: 50. State: 51. Country: 0-4
53. JUV:_54. Family Rel:_ 55. Last Name: 56. First N'arne: _ 57. Middle Name:
58. Social Security: 60. MC: 61. Unit:
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66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: ETS:_ PCS/DEROS:_ Date / Time Interview START: Date: Time: Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END: Date: Time:
Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: 76. Recovered:_77. Value:_78. Insurer:_Policy:_ Year/Date Exp: Yes:0 No:0
79. Yee._80. Make: 81. Model: 84. Color:_85. Size:
86. V.I.N: 89. DOD Decal Number:
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PRINCIPAL PURPOSE.:_To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with _DISCLOSURE:_Disclosure of your social security number is voluntary. means by which information may be accurately identified. REC CODE ACTION CODE DATE SUBMITTED SEQ NUMBER YEAR UNIT ROI NUMBER REL TO CASE CONTROL # 389
INDIVIDUAL DATA.
MIDDLE GRADE

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SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SPON GRADE SPON MCAC SPONSOR UNIT ADDRESS
SPONSOR CITY SPON ST SPON CTY SPON ZIP CODE/APO SPON PHONE NUMBER
OFFENSE

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ADIVIINISTRATIVE

UNIT TELEPHONE # ETS PCS/DEROS DATE INTERVIEW (START) TIME INTERVIEW (START)
PLACE OF INTERVIEW (START) DATE INTERVIEW (END) TIME INTERVIEW (END) PLACE OF INTERVIEW (END) FINGER PRINT PHOTO
VEHICLE DATA LICENSE # / DECAL # DISPOSITION
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MILITARY SERVICE SUBIJNIT. FORT/CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE/APQ
ARMY RESERVES
ADDRESS CITY STATE COUNTRY ZIP CODE/APO
FAMILY MEMBER DATA
JUV FAMILY REL SPONSOR LAST NAME SPONSOR FIRST NAME SPONSOR MIDDLE NAME
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SPON GRADE SPON MCAC SPONSOR UNIT ADDRESS
SPONSOR CITY SPON ST SPON CTY SPON ZIP CODE/APO SPON PHONE NUMBER
OFFENSE

OFFENSE CODE UFC OFFENSE CODE UFG OFFENSE CODE UFC OFFENSE CODE
ADMINISTRATIVE

UNIT TELEPHONE # ETS PCS/DEROS DATE INTERVIEVV (START) TIME INTERVIEW (START) PLACE OF INTERVIEW (START) DATE INTERVIEW (END) TIME INTERVIEW (END) PLACE OF INTERVIEW (END) FINGER PRINT PHOTO VEHICLE DATA LICENSE # / DECAL # DISPOSITION
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58. Social Security: 59. Grade/Rank: 60. ,MC: 61. Unit:
62. City: 63. State:_64, ZIP/Ap0: 65. PhOne:_:_ Ulm;
66. Offense Code: 67. UFC: 68. Offense Code: 69. UFC: 70. Offense Code: 71. UFC: 72. Offense Code: 73. UFC:
Telephone: PCS/DEROS:_ Date / Time Interview START: Date:_ Time: Place of Interview: Date / Time Interview END: Date:_ Time: Disposition:
74. Category: 75. Type: • 76. Recovered: 77. Value: 78. Insurer:_Policy: Year/Date Exp: Yes:0 No:0
79. Ye . 80. Make: 81. Model: 82. Vehic e Style: 83. of Doors:: 84. Color: Size:
86. V.1.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
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66. Offense Code:_67. UFC:_68. Offense Code:_69. UFC:_70. Offense Code: 71. UFC:_72. Offense Code: _73. UFC:
Telephone:_ ETS:_ PCS/DEROS: Date / Time Interview START:
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Place of Interview: _ Date / Time Interview END:
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Yes: •'No.• /

79. Year!' 80. Make: 81. Model: 82. Vehicle Style: 83. # of Doors: 84. Color: 85. Size:
86. V.I.N: 87. License Plate: 88. State: 89. DOD Decal Number:
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DOD-049904

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th Military Police Detachment CLD FWD
3rd Military Police Group (CID)
Detainee Abuse Task Force
I3aghda.d, Iraq
APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR

MEMORANDUM FOR: Special Agent in Charge, Tampa 13ranch Office, 3D Military Police Group (cup) tJSACIDC, 7803 Hillsborough Loop Drive, Macdill AFB, FL 33621-5315
SUBJECT: CAT I Request for Assistance (R_FA) (0225-04-C1:D259-80259)
1. This is a CAT I Investigation. Results will be provided to the office of origin within 24 hours of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be expeditiously provided to this office.
2. On 28 Jun 04, this office received a Memorandum of Transmittal (0083-04-CID789) from the
th a -. _-.3. __ - -=. 5
Iraq (IZ), that Mr. _ temlent Serial Number (ISNAINIMINIW Iraqi;_M; XZ; Date of Capture: 4 Apr 04;(NFI), reported he wa.s abused. while detained at Camp Habbaniyah, IZ.
3.
On 21 Jun 04, Mriallitasinterviewed wherein he stated he was captured by U.S. Coalition Forces and taken to Al-Habbaniyah, IZ. Mraillitated during his detention he had two bags over his head for fourteen da s was beat in the stomach and kidney, hit on the lips, and thrown. into concertina wire. _her stated he knew two of the men who abused him had Spanish accents.

4.
On 26 Jun 04, Mrarillitas re-interviewed wherein he stated he was kicked, punched and beaten with a stick all over •s body for one to two hours every night for eleven days by four white guards at the detention facility. Mraillrurther stated he was beaten outside and thrown into wire three times.

etainee file indicated on 16 May 04, MAJ (DRAINIPIW

6th Me •_tions Squadron, Eglin Air Force Ba,se, FL, conducted a medical screening of Mr. d docurnented no signs of injury, but did notethe detainee complained of left knee pain and prescribed 25 mg of HCTZ and 325 mg of Tylenol.
6. Please locate, fully identify, and interview MAJ concerning his examination of
Please compare MAJ_edical findings with allegations and also determine what me ications he had prescribed to Mr _d for what reasons. Please determine if MAJ_maintained copies of any medical records concerning M_d have_describe in detail the medical screening procedures concerning detainee examinations. Conduct any other activity your office deems appropriate.
b/C-1 LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITWE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 024345 000 35
DOD-049905

CIMPR-FR
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) (0225-04-CID259-80259)

Upon completion of this RFA please send an electronic copy of the final infonn.ation report, to
include all enclosures, to the Pomt of Contact (POC) listed below.

7. POC is S_ t DS_or email NIPRNET vcmain.h .c5.anny.mil; SIPRNE_ ira .centcom.smilmil; or
e un ersigne a_ aq.centcom.smarrnl. Please do not close this RFA without prior coordination with thii office and acknowledge receipt of this RFA via Email.
Encls (2) 1-Medical Records of Mr 16 May 04. 2-Photograph of Mr
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•_DEPARTMEN. T OF THE A' '
FORT RUC Ell RESIDENT AGENCY (CID), 3RD MILITARY F'OLICE GROUP (CID) UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COIVIIVIAND-5430 RAIDER STREET_, FORT RUCICER, ALABAMA 36362-535i
_
CIIZC-13Aft 13 Dec 2004
MEIVIORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military Police Detachment (CID), 3r
Military Police Group (CID), Detainee Abuse Task Force, 13aghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

SUBJECT: First Information Report (0193-04-CID083)
1'. Reference iS made to your. ReqUest for Assist4noQ o22544-ciD259-$0259, reCeived 2 Dee 04. The RFA has been completed,_ •
2. Man-hour expended:
a.
Investigative hours: 1

b.
Travel hoUrs: 3

c.
Administrative hours: 1

3. The point of contact for this action is the undersigned at DSIAIIIIIMIIIror email at 11111111111rrucker.army.mil ._ /
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1.
AIR of_ Dec 04 S ecial Agent in Charge

2.
Sworn Statement o MA

3.
CID Form 44 MAJ I 67C- 5/

024347
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DOD-049907
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARIVIY
.'.' .'.

United States Army Cnmmal Investigation Command
78th Military Police Det CID (FWD)
Detainee Abuse Ta.sk Force,
Baghdad, Iraq
APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR_ 23 Nov 04
MEMORANDUM FOR. Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military Police (MP) Detachment (DET) CID (CASE), 6TI-1 MP GP (OD), USACIDC, 406 Pershing Court, Fort Riley, KS 66442-0365
SUBJECT: CAT I Requ.est for Assistance (RFA) (0225-04-CID259-80259)
1.
This is a CAT I Investigation. Results will be provided to the office of origin vvithin 24 hours of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time will be expeditiously provided to this office.

2.
On 28 Jim 04, this office received a Memorandum of Transmittal (0083-04-CII:0789) from the 75th Militaty Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, Iraq (IZ), that Mr. Internment Serial Number (ISlifiSMIIIMF

s beaten fer 11 days while d.etaitied at Camp l-labbaniyah, IZ,
. .!so

3. On 18 Nov 04, this office reviewed an information report provided by SANImmir
aval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Carrip Al Taqaddurti, IZ, which indicated between Aug 03 and Sep 04, Camp Habbaniyah, also referred to as Cam Manhattan, was operated by 1-34 AR. A review of the detainee logs confirmed M _ad 13een detained at Carnp Habbaniyah and. listed a point of contact as 2L01111WNFI)._z
67,

4.
On 19 Nov 04 this office coordinated with SallIMMIEWLiaison Officer, 22nd Military Police Battalion CID, Camp Victory, IZ, who related 1-34 AR had redeployed CONUS and believed them to be stationed at Fort Riley, KS; which was also confirmed by a later coordination with the Fort Riley Resident Agency:

5.
Request your office attempt to locate, fully identify and inter-view 2L~NFI) concerning his knowledge of the alleged abuse. Request your office coordinate with the 1-34 AR, Fort Riley, KS and determine who operated the Camp Habbaniyah (Manhattan) facility. Request your office conduct canvass interviews of the guards who operated the facility concerning their knowledge of the alleged abuse. Obtain sworn statements where apjolicable and conduct subject interviews as deemed appropriate. Please obtain rnug shot photographs and major case prints of identified subject(s) and offer a polygraph examination if the identified subject(s) denies the allegations. Please conduct any additional investigative activity deemed necessary._

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CIMPR-FR‘
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance R_F'A) (022 5-0 4 -CI D259-8 0259)

6. POC this office is SA_ ,us.army.mil, DSN r the undersigned a___,iraq.centeom.smil.rnil. Please acknowledge
recelPt of this RFA along with Your o ice s ase number and do not close this 1ZFA without prior coordination with this office.
(4) Encls
I: Initial keport

2.
Afit. of S

3.
Sworn Statement of NI

4.
Photograph' of M

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal investigation Command
78th MP Det CID (CASE), 6th MP Group (CID)
406 Pershing Court, PO l3ox 2365
Fort Riley, Kansas 66442-0365

CIRF-DFR 16 Dec 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military Police Det CID (FWD), Detainee Abuse Task Force Baghdad Iraq APO AE 09342
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SUBJET: Final Information Report — 0408-04-CID025
Reference is made to your RFA, 0225-04-CID259-80259, received by this office on 23 Nov 04. All investigative activity has been completed as documented. No further investigative activity is anticipated.
Man-hours:
Administrative - 1
Investigative - 17
Travel_- 1

No .0015 funds, Privacy Act Disclosures were used. No DD Form 2701 was used.
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1-AIR of S_ , 16 Dec 04 CW3, MP 2-Swom Statement of 2L _ Special Agent in Charge 3-Sworn Statement of SGT 4-Sworn Statement of MS 5-Sworn Statement of CP 6-Sworn Statement of SF 7-Swom Statement of SP _ 4$6--V,„676-y8-Canvass Interview Worksheet
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• DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
3rd Military Police Group (CID)
Detainee Abuse Task Force
Baghdad, Iraq
AF'0 AE 09342

CIMPR-FR_ 8 Oct 04
(second transmission sent 26 Aug 04)
(original sent 20 Jul 04)

MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS)
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0225-04-CID259-80259
1.
On 28 Jun 04, this office received a Memorandum of Transmittal (0083-04-CID789) from the 75th Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Conectional Facility (I3CCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, that Mr. Interment 'Serial Number (ISN)4111.1111111111,1FI), reported he was a used while detained at Camp Habbaniya, IZ.

2.
Prelimina invest' ation revealed person(s) unknown abused Mr.111111111by punching, kicking, and hitting him with a stick on his body.

On 21 Jun 04, MAIM was interviewed wherein he stated he was captured by us forces, taken to Al-Habbaniya, IZ. Mrararestated during his detention he had two bags over his head for fourteen days, beaten in the stomach and kidney, hit on the lips and thrown into concertina wire. Mr. er stated he knew two of the men who abused him were from Spain by the way they talked.
On 26 Jun 04, Mr.1111111Was re-interviewed wherein he stated he was kicked, punched and beaten with a stick all over his body for one to two hours every night for eleven days by four white guards at the detention facility. IVIr. er stated he was beaten outside and thrown into wire three times.
On 17 Ma 04, MAJ (DR) onducted a medical screening and physical of Mr_d documented no signs of injury 'pertaining to recent abuse.
3.
Request your office locate the detention facility described by Mr. _, conduct a search of the records maintained at the detention facility pertaining to Mr _d provide this office with the detainee records, interrogation reports, medical records, and transfer paperwork, which pertain to Mr..11111111/

4.
Re uest our office locate, fully identify and interview the ersonnel identified as the guards of_and the personnel described in Mr _tatement who allegedly abused him. Please conduct canvass interviews of the guard ersonnel to determine if anyone has any information regarding the allegations made by Mr

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CIMPR-FR.
SUBJECT: Request For Assistance 0225-04-CID259-80259

5. Filially, request your office conduct any additional investigative activity within your office's AOR, which is identified during the conduct of this RFA.
6. 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 lhnit will be expeditiously provided to this office.
7. POC is S a DS_ ernai_ us.arrn .mil or the undersigned a iraq.centconi.smi .mil. Please acknovvle ge receipt of this RFA. Conduct any o er investigative activity and questions deemed necessary.
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1. Initial Report

2. AIR of SAWAIVAIN 8 Jul 04
3.
SW9rn Staternent of Mr.

4.
Photograph of M b

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1111111111111.W3 MNC-I Special Agent
From: CW3 MNC-I Special Agent
Sent: ursda Augus 26 2004 4:20 PM
To: imefdm.u;mc.smilmill
Subject: . : ase Updates Requested 66-6 6-76-

11111¦111
Can yOu check out the attached RFAs, Based on yo0 msg yoU only haVe one, Baaed on the!
agents we took the caseS over from they sent four. Can you pleape review them t0
determine which One yOu have, and determine.

the 'others Are ones that you would be able
to asPist in, If they are in hostile area please let me Rnow an then we Can 10oR at
pOssibly closing theM dOwn.

AIR 0193-04.pdf'Initial'RFA 0193-04
)192-04-CID259.doc'NCIS.doc

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AIR Detainee Info Initial'RFA NCIS
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• •'• 9,-€100-1-93-04-CID259.d-'
RFA ends'RFA NCIS
)225-04-CID259.pd0225-04-CID259.doc

Ends'RFA NCIS
)184-04-CID259.pd0184-04-CID259.doc

1111111-I know of only one case NCIS Al Asad has open in support of Army
Detainee Abuse investigations. I will send you the NCIS Case Control Number
and title block information later today. At the present time I only have
myself and four agents to work the IMEF Area of Operations. I do not have
the capabilit or can support areas where the agent can be placed in harms
way. Thank

.ssa e.

Origin.
From:.us.army.smil.mil
[mailto..army.smil.milj
Sent:.21, 2004 7:59 AM
To:.imefdm.usmc.smil.mil
Subject:.

R : Case Updates Requested

sA111111111,

was wondering if you have a current status of the below listed
investigations.
Thank
SA

From:.us.army.smil.mil

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Subject: Case Updates RequeNd

Good Evening SAME.

I am SA,411111,with the 78th MP DET (CID), Camp Victory, Iraq, and have been assigned as Case Agent for the following investigations: 0184-04-
CID2'59-80230; 0192-04-CID259-80236;0193-04-CID259-80237; and 0225
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04CID259-80259.
All of the above cases have been sent a Request For Assistance to
NCIS
as they are in NCIS AOR,
Since these investigations involve detainee abuse I must send
weekly
updates to CID Command in Washington DC and require weekly updates,
of
the RFAs sent.
To make a long story short, I need your help.
I need to know the status of the RFAy.s we have sent. Do you plan
to
open up on these RFAs? If so, I will need the case nuMber that

your
office has assigned.
If you are not planning on opening up oh these investigations I
will
need to document that too, so I can justify the closing of the
Case on
this side.
I want to thanK you in a vance or duy ds_Lb dnce you can plovi
Take 'care And be safe,"

SA taiMIONNIIIIIr,
78.th Mp DET CID- ,
Camp Victory, Iraq.
Detainee Abuse Task Force ic7e-tait

_Original Messa _-From: us.army.smil.mil [mailtolline©us.army.smil.mil] Sent: ursda Au ust 26 20044:12 PM To: iraq.centcom.smil.mil Subject: • . Updates Requested
Message: RE: Case Updates Requested
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From 11111111111rus.arrny.smil.mil Add_Sencier Sent Saturday, August 21, 2004 8:59 am To aillittlmefdm.usmc.smil.mil
Subject Re: Case Updates Requested
SAN1118
I was wondering if you have a current status of the below listed investigations. Thank ou
Original M -----From: us.army.smil.mil Date: ay, August 13, 2004 6:35 pm Subject: Case Updates Requested
Good Evening SOME"
I ann SA/Mwith the 78th MP DET (CID), Camp Victory, Iraq, and
have been assigned as Case Agent for the following investigations: 0184-04-
-10-Il• :11 • I • :11 ; an I 04CID259-80259. All of the above cases have been sent a Request For Assistance to NCIS as they are in NCIS AOR. Since these investigations involve detainee abuse I must send weekly updates to CID Command in Washington DC and require weekly updates of the RFAs sent. To make a long story short, I need your help. I need to know the status of the RFA's we have sent. Do you plan to open up on these RFAs? If so, I will need the case number that your office has assigned. If you are not planning on opening up on these investigations I will need to document that too, so I can justify the closing of the case on this side. I want to thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide. Take care and be safe,
78th MP DET CID Camp Victory, Iraq Detainee Abuse Task Force
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
3rd Military Police Group
78th Military Police Detaclunent (OD) (FWD)
l3aghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

CIMPR -FR 20 Jul 04
MEMORANDUIvl FOR Special Agent in Charge, Naval Criminal hivestigative Services (NCIS)
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0225-04-M259-80259
1.
On 28 Jun 04, this office received a Memorandum of Transmittal (0083-04-CID789) frotn the 75th Military Police Detachment, 13aghdad Central Correctional Facility (l3CCF), Abu Ghraib, that Mr._ NDRS (NFI), reported he was abused while detained at Cam_aniya, IZ.

2.
Preliminary investigation revealed person(s) unknown abused Mr.111111111.6 punching, kicking, and hitting him with a stick on his body.

On 21 Jun 04, Mr. fallamas interviewed wherein he sta.ted he was captured by us forces, taken to Al-Habbaniya:, IZ. Mr....stated during his detention he had two bags over his head for fourteen days, beate in the stomach and kidney, hit on the lips and thrum). into concertina wire. Mr. her. stated he knew two of the men who abused him were from Spain by the way they talked.
On 26 Jun 04, Mr..11111was re-interviewed wherein he stated he was kicked, punched and beaten with a stick all over his body for one to two hours evei-y night for eleven days by four white g,uards at the detention facility. Mr.~further stated he was beaten outside and thrown into wire three times.
On 17 May 04, MAJ (DR)MNIIIIIIIIIIIponducted a medical screening and physical of Mr.111M and documented no signs of injury pertaining to recent abuse.
3.
Request your office locate the detention facility described by Mr. _conduct a search of the records maintained at the detention facility pertaining fo Mr _and provide this office with the detainee records, interrogation reports, medical records, and transfer paperwork, which pertain to M

4.
Re uest our office locate, fully identify and interview the ersonnel identified as the guards

aim

of Mr. and the personnel described in Mr._statement who allegedly abused him. Please conduct canvass interviews of the guard ersonnel to determine if anyone has any information regarding the allegations made by Mr.
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CIMPR-FR
SUBJECT: Request For Assistance 0225-04-CID259-80259

5. Finally, request your office conduct any additional investigative activity within your office's AOR, which is identified during the conduct of this RFA.
6. This is a Category I Investigation. Results will be provided to this office within 24 hours of receipt. Reasons for. note-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit vvill be expeditiously provided to thk office.
Point of Contact for this request is SAIIIIMIErat DNVT: MEW email at
11111111111p.t_y
is.arm .rnil . Request email confirmation of reCeipt of this RFA.
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1.
AIR of_8 jut_CW2, MP,,

2.
Sworn Statement of MAIMS Special Agent-in-Charge

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•DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY*
Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT)(CID)(FWD)
75th Military Police Detachment (CID)(-)(FWD)
Baghdad Central Correctional Facility (BCCF)
Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq APO At 09342

MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military Police (MP) Detachment (CID), Baghdad, Iraq, APO AE 09342
SUBJECT: Memorandum of Transmittal (0083-04-CID789)
1. On 23 Jun 04, the 504th Military Intelligence (MI) Brigade (BDE), Joint Interrogation and
Debriefing Center (JIDC), Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (I3CCF), Abu Ghruyeb, IraqS6-4" (AGI), reported that Detamee.11111111111111111111.1Vational Detainee Reporting Systeinbit;'7 (NDRS)Millr\TFI, alleged he was abused while detained by Coalition Forces (CF) a
Baghdad International Airport (BIAP), prior to his arrival at BCCF, AGI.
2.
The results of our preliminary investigative actions are documented in the attached enclosures and are forwa.rded to your office for action deemed appropriate,

3.
Point of contact for this report is SA t DNAMIIIIPor e-mail:11111111.11'o_ .smil.mil .

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1.
AIR of SA_ CW2, MP

2.
Statement o_ Special Agent in Charge

3.
Sworn Statement o

4.
Translation of Iraqi Statement

5.
Physical report

6.
Medical Records

7.
Dossier

8.
CID Form 44's

9.
CD containing Detainee File

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Frorn: Sent: To: Cc: 08, 0_ ctober, 20 W3 MNC-I CID Special Agent iv VV3 MNC-I CID Special Agent 0479:1-9...„ ,1 7

Subject: RFA-NCIS Investigations.
. The DATA consist of 7 CID agentS. 1 Agent in Charge; 1 Senior Investigative Agent (Asst. Agent in Charge); 5 investigating agents (1 of which is a Warrant Officer): We presently have 72 open investigations. Five are Significant Data Files (SDF), and the remainders are Reports of Investigations (ROI). Of those ROIs, 5 pertain to U.S. Marines and 2 pertain to Naval Seals. We are required to provide a weekly update every Saturda3r to CID Command.' The briefs are then provided on the hill hi DC. Each update haS to have current investigative actiNiity within the present 7 day reporting period (Sunday — Saturday). We get reports via CID coriunand, Abu Ghraib, the various Detention Facilities in the area, and from various units themselves. The primary efforts are trying to track people/units down. A lot are active duty, and reserves. Once they rotate_out of country and rcturn to thcir various locations, it then becornes a little _a g tryhig to locate the personAmit.. At the present time, the only cases we have not been, able to provide any valid investigative activity on are the ones noted above. I wa§ informed by my Battalion Operations section that they are effecting coordination with NCIS, above our level, to discuss what you and I talked about, referring investigations. I am still awaiting a response.
Break

I just received response via email. They want us to resend the RFAs to you. I have attached the RFAs for your review. I request that You review them and determine what efforts can be made. As noted above, we are required to give a response/update every week.
I have attached the 5 RFAs:
0184-04
0192-04
0193-04
0225-04
0250-04

CW

Special Agent in Charge
359

Detainee Abuse Task Force
22nd MP BN (CID) (FWD)

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DEPARTMENT OF TIIE ARMY
Uhited States Army Criminal Investigation Command
3" Military Police Group (CID)
22" Military Police Battalion (CID) (FWD)
Detainee Abuse Task Force
Baghdad, Iraq
AP() AE 09342

CIMPR-FR. 6 Oct 04
MEMORA.NDUM FOR SA_ Criminal Invesfigative Service (NCIS), Fallujah, Iraq
SUBJECT: Request for Referral of Investigations _1,6 f,-76 ---1 ,,f0
1. I3etween 24 Jun 04 — 2 Aug 04, the Detainee Abuse Task Force (DATF), Camp Victory, Iraq initiated five Reports of In-vestigation (ROI) pertaining to allegations of detainee abuse, all of which involved Marine Co s units/elements. To date, ongoing efforts, based on prior co­ordinations with S_ reviously located in Fallujah, Iraq, to resolve several of
ese a egations ave met wi nega_resu s._e a ove m es re erence o e o owing investigations:
ROI Incident Date Incident Location Capturing Unit
a.
0184-04-CID259-80236_12 Apr 04_Ramadi, IZ_NCIS AOR (Noted victim was located at Al Baghadi)

b.
0192-04-CID259-80236 _13 Apr 04_Ramadi, IZ_2/4 Marines (Noted all documents indicated Marines had total control)

c.
0193-04-CID259-80237_30 May 04_Ramadi Palace_2/4 Marines (Noted Ramadi Palce was controlled by the Marines)

d.
0225-04-CID259-80259 _4 Apr 04_Al Habbaniya_1 MEF (Noted Al Habbaniya was controlled by Ivlarines)

e.
0250-04-CID259-80284_14 May 04_Rama_di, IZ_1 MEF (Noted all documents indicated Marines had total control)

2. On 6 Aug 04, SACIIIIIIIItoordinated with S _ertaining to cases a through d in an effort to determine the sta s of the RFAs sent to is o ice. On or about 21 Aug 04, SAC
notified by_ electronic mail and phone. It was determined, based on SAMIIIIrresearch he had only received one RFA pertaining to case 0184-04, which was being worked out of the Al Asad office. At the time he was unable to provide the NCIS Control Number. SllIllIllrrelated his office had not received any additional RFAs from this office. He related he would coordinate with the Al Asad office to obtain a status pertaining to case 0184-04._
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On 26 Aug 04, SACRIIIMWresent all RFAs, to include 0184-04, to SAMIllaria electronic mail. Additionally, an RFA pertaining to case 0250-04 was forward separately. To date, excluding 0184-04, this office has not received any status pertaining to either of the investigations.
On 27 Se 04, SA_eceivecl notification, via electronic message, from SAIMINIF NCIS, Al Asacl, Iraq.- She related she would be forwarding a report to this office, which was,completed by S_CIS. l3ased on prior coordination with SA the report shoul p_I 0184-04.
3.
Ba,sed on a review of FRAGO 316 [ROTATION GUIDANCE FOR 82 ABN] TO C.ITF-7 04-01, the 82na Airborne Division relinquished control of the above area of responsibility on or before 22 Mar 04. The 11.S. Marine Coips assumed control of the Ramadi a.rea of responsibility on or prior to 22 IVIar 04. Request contact is made with t.he undersigned in and effort to determine a course of action perta.ining to t.he above cases. In that these incidents occurred tinder the control of the U.S. Marine Corps, this office is requesting that NCIS assume investigative responsibility in a.ri effort to bring these investiga.tions to some resolution.

4.
Point of contact for this action is CW3 _ ecial Agent in Charge,

pecial Agent in Charge
Detainee Abuse Task Force

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARM,
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
78th MP Det CID (CASE), 6th MP Group (CID)
406 Pershing Court, PO I3ox 2365
Fort Riley, Kansas 66442-0365

_
CIRF-DFR 23 Nov 04
MEMORANDUM THRU Commander, Sixth MP Group, USACIDC, ATTN: CIRF-OP, Fort Lewis, WA 98433-1009
FOR Conunander, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-CO, 5611 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041-5015
SUI3JECT: Update of Category 1 Monitorship ROI 0225-04-CID259-80259 (RFA response action 0408-04-CID025)
1. References:
a,

a. CIDR 195-1, CID Operations, Paragraph 4-6. _,
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b. 6th MP Group message fromallIFFtlewis.army.smil.rnil dated 3 June 04 / 10:42, Subject: FW: RFA to Ft Riley.
2. In accordance with the above-cited references, the following initial update is provided and addresses investigative activity to date:
a. Subjects identified to date: Undetermined
13. Investigative activity conducted dining this reporting period (23 Nov 04):
(1) On 23 Nov 04, this office initiated Request for Assistance 0408-04-CID025 received fi-om the 78th Military Police Detachment (CID), Detainee Abuse Task Force, Baghdad, Iraq, APO AE 09342.
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(2)
On 23 Nov 04, 2LT111111aas interviewed and provided a Sworn Statement detailing he was the OIC of the detention facility at Camp Manhattan, Iraq during Apr and May 04 and had no knowledge of any abuse happening at the detention facility during his tenure as OIC.

c.
Investigative activities to be _•
c°nducted4

(1)
Interviews of LTC111111(1/34 AR BN CDR and Task Force Commander at Camp Manhattan during alleged incident), SGT had permanent

position of Sergeant of the Guard at the detention Facility), and CP
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CIRF-DFR SUBJECT: Initial update of Category 1 Monitorship ROI 0225-04-CID259-80259
Commander 1/34 AR BN who wa.s OIC for the detention facility before 2LT1.111, Obtain unit SOP concerning treatment of Iraqi detainees.
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(2)
Locate, identify and interview IiHC 1/34 AR BN's Firs Sergeant and who was in charge of assigning personnel to guard duty for the Task Force.

(3)
Identify guards who were on shift during time frame of alleged abuse incident and conduct canvass interviews in regards to their lcnowledge of the abuse.

d. Problem areas: None,
3. POC is S , DS
or E-mail.
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NC-I CID Special Agent
From: rucker.army.mil]
Sent: . WedneSdaY, December pa, 2oo4 1:08 AM
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To: vcmain.hq,c5.81-my.mif
Cc::_ benning.army.milaillirennipg.army.mil
Subject: Cat 1 f2FA0193-04-CID088
eceiVed a telephonic call fro e to e-rnail you to let you know that she has completed the interview of MA ho ated upon examining the detainee in June 04, there vvas no evidence of abuse. S re um o this office tornorrow, 8 Dec, and will follo*up with a 1st Info Report ; with enclosures. An dues ions can be directed to her at that time at DS r COMM./1W
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NC-I CID Special Agent
From: nv USACIDC rucker.army.milj
Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 6:50 PM
To: allillinbvcmain.hq.c5.arrny.mile
Subject: RFA

Ft Rucker CID office received your RFA for MAtill1111110egarding the medical examination of 083-04-C1D789 o r case number is 0193-04-CI 083 for further correspondence and assistance rucker.army.mil thanks.
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NC-I CID Special Agent
From: rucker.army.mil ] Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 6:30 PM
To: gialliarpvcmain.hq.c5.army.mil
Subject: RE: CAT I RFA 0225-04-CID259-80259) 67c-/

0193-04-CID083 and her e-mail address _ erarmy.mil ade
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hat case number SaMpened to document the investigative activity? Also, what is mail? I hope you had a good Thanksgiving.
Thank you.

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Su ject: RE: CAT I RFA 0225-04-CID259-80259)
We got it! ThanksIIIII *as the RFA and enclosures!
Crimina Intelligence Nlanager Fort Rucker RA (CID) USACIDC Phone
FaxiirliIMF
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_Original Messa From: SA Se ember 02, 2004 :16 AM
rmy.mil us.army.mil Subje RFA 0225-04-CID259-80259)
Fort Rucker Resident Agency, attached is a CAT 1, that I received from Iraq. The individual to be interviewed is in Pensacola, FL. (Fort Rucker's AOR)
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From: allifigairrucker.army.mil] Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 8:09 PM To: SOMMINIMIW Cc: .11111111"vcmain.hq.c5.army.miaillinpus.army.mil Subject: RE: CAT I RFA 0225-04-CID259-80259)
We got it! Thanks11111 SWIM the RFA and enclosures! ,e6‘
CriminaCinte igence anager Fort Rucker RA (crE9, USACIDC Phone.
Fax:
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From: S ailt_ mail.na .mil
Se t: ay, December 02, 200
To rmy.mil '
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Su ject: FW: CAT I RFA 0225-04-CID259-80259)
Fort Rucker Resident Agency, attached is a CAT 1, that I received from Iraq. The individual to be interviewed is in Pensacola, FL. (Fort Rucker's AOR)
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Se t: Thursda December 02, 2004 2:05 AM

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I was trying to locate 1-34 AR concerning another detainee abuse investigation. The CID Liaison 0_icer ere t oug -'
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I was trying to locate 1-34 AR concerning another detainee abuse investigation. The CID Liaison Officer here thought 1-34 s AR might be located at Fort Riley. Could you please confirm this?
If it is I will have to send another CAT I in your direction. Sorry
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I have attached a request from a CID Agent who is attempting to hel out a NCIS Investigator in locatin _-Arrnor. Any information you could provide would help, Thanks, S _ID / LNO / PMO, DS
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Sent: er 9, 2004 9:39 AM
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Mr Hart,

I was wondering if you could help me. I received an information report from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service which related a detainee may have been detained by 1-32 AR. I think it is 1-34 Armor but I am not sure. Yesterday I spent part of the late evening trying to figure out who they are and where the unit is located. Could you please help me track the unit down? NCIS said 1-34 Armor was at Camp Manhattan Aug 03 to Sep 04.
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From: CW4 MNC-I 22nd NIP Bn (CID) OPS Chief
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Subject: RE: NCIS
t to NCIS on CAT 1 reports. I will tell Msallithe same on these as I did with Mr.
I don't want to hear it. These cases should never have been sent to us. They should have een referred to NCIS by CID Command, if they are all RFIs from them. We can not make them work at our pace. CAT 1 Monitorship means nothing to them.
If you are getting nothing from NCIS here, let me know and we will then submit the RFAs through Command to NCIS in DC to over here.
THanks. Sorry.
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Sen •' 07, 2004 8:55 PM
To:_ CW4 MNC-I 22nd MP Bn (CID) OPS Chief
Subject: RE: NCIS

Will do chief - I just hope we do not get beat up for NCIS' failure to respond in a timely manner.
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swer from Command. Need to send out the RFAs again to NCIS. See
nswer below. The way I look at your information it is that we know the Mannes re subjects. Now if we get the Info reports on actions done, we might as well complete the case and close. I do not understand this.
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The final Answer from the upstairs.
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No you cannot refer the cases to NCIS. Re-send the RFAs to NCIS and we will
revisit the issue of referring the cases to NCIS when the RFAs are completed and
recd. If they state the marines were involved then we may consider referring
them. But not until that time.

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See Attached memorandum. These 5 cases are allegations of Detainee ABuse that have occurred in the 1 MEF AOR. These should be investigated by NCIS, not us. Could you coordinate with Command to see if we can close out our case now and refer the information to NCIS if we can not get NCIS in Fallujah to assume.
ANother issue. I have an SA here who wants to put in his warrant packet. However, MEDCOM here has put out that they will no longer complete physicals in theater based on security issues and man power.
Can we get this waived?
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Could you please review the attached memo and provided you thoughts. The memo is not a letter of referral. It is simply requesting NCIS make contact and accept the investigations. If they do, en I will repare a letter of referral. I want send the memo to
, requesting they assume on these cases. All of the incidents occurred under the Marine control. 82nd departed on/are about 22 Mar 04 (noted in memo). At this point, the cases are dragging. I am not sure or Cmd's talce on trying to refer case to NCIS but this point we are not getting much of anything on the cases. As noted in the memo, S_lated he never received several of the RFAs, which were sent e ore we arrived. Once they were re-sent we still never received any response on either of them except for 0184-04, and we were never contacted bAllinlito say the were leaving. I have already been talking (via email) with SA noted below, and she is suppose to have the info for 0184-04.
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