CID Report: 0233-2004-CID259-80270

CID report of investigation into allegations made by a detainee that, after his first arrested on April 25, 2004 he was punched, kicked and slapped at then transported to a facility at Mosul Airfield known as the “Disco”. He stated that during interrogation, his jumpsuit he was abused in many ways including: 1) filling his jumpsuit with ice, then hosing him down and making him stand for long periods of time, sometimes in front of an air conditioner; 2) forcing him to lay down under bags of dirt so that he could not move; 3) hitting him with "smooth rocks" all over his body; 4) rubbing his face in urine on the floor; and 5) kicking him in the groin and punching him so hard as to break two of his molars. An Army soldier who observed the detainee while in custody disputed the detainee’s claim of abuse, but did substantiate that the detainee was at the Disco and did pass-out and was taken to medical for treatment.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARYIY
UNITED STATES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
48111 MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID)(EWD)
3RD MILITARY POLICE GROUP (cm)
CAMP VICTORY, BAGHDAD, WAQ

APO AE 093422",
1 MAY 2005
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MEMORANDUM FOR: SEE DISTRIBUTION

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SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - FINA.L REFERRED/ SSI 0233-2004-CID259-80270-5C1C/5Y2E/5X1

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DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1. 25 APR 2004, 0130 - 2 MAY 2004, 2400; DETENTION FACILITY KNOWN AS "THE DISCO", MOSUL AIRPORT, IRAQ (IZ)
AidMAAAM •A.
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KNOWN AS `THE DISd0", MOSIJL AIRPORT, IZ
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DATE/TIME REPORTED: 27 JUL 2004, 0900

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INVESTIGATED BY: -SA SA SA SA

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1.UNKNOWN, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)
2. UNKNOWN, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND MALTREAT1VIENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)
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UNKNOWN, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRLJELTY AND
MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)

4.
UNKNOWN, ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)

(U) VICTIM:. .
12 I. INTERNMENT SERIAL NUMl3ER

-(ISM:. MALE; WHITE; XZ; DATE OF CAPTURE: 25 APR 2004; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)
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INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:

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This investigation was initiated upon receipt of Memorandum of Tra.nsmittal (MOT) (0093-04-CID789) from the 75th Military Police (MF') Detachm.ent (DET), l3aghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, APO AE 09342 (AGI), which related...reported he was abused while detained in Mosul, IZ.

Investigation determinedilierwas arrested on two separate occasions, 25 Apr 04, and 21 May 04. After his first arreSt,11.11.wa,s taken. to the Mosul Airfield, Mosul, IZ, and inten-ogated.anllrspent approximately 8 days at the Mosul Airfield and was mistalcenly released on or around 3 May 04.IIIIIrwas again arrested on 21 May 04 and taken back to the Mosul Airfield and interrogated againiMiremained at Mosul until he was transferred to the BCCF,.Abu Ghraib, IZ, on or around 9 Jun 04. Investigation also determined the apprehending unit was
both times...was an-ested.
1~alleged he was abused on the scene of his first arrest on 25 Apr 04, by being punched in the back of the head -two times and told. to "shut up" while he was handcuffed. behind his back and on his knees. He alleged he was then transported to the Mosul Airfield, Mosul, IZ, and kept at a place called "The Disco." During his intenogations at "The Disco'1.111.11eged he had his jumpsuit filled vvith ice and was made to lay down on a fair—ith bags of dirt placed on his legs so he could not move; held clown and
. w—punched on his head; hit with "srnooth rocks" all over his body, shoulders and head; andslapped, punched and kicked.011//also alleged he had two of his m.olars broken while being punched. Further,././alleged he had water poured in his mouth and nose until he fainted, and wa.s forcaTo7rand in front of an air conditioner in wet clothes.111111.11 also claimed he had his face rubbed in urine on the floor, and someone stomped on hisgroin111111. further alleged he was abused in the sarne manner during interrogations after he was arrested the second time.
111.111.1escribed how he was taken to different facilffies at MOSUL; one facility is
where he was abused and. the other he was treated well. Investigation determined both

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Army and Navy personnel had separate interrogation facilities and both Army and Navy 'personnel interrogated2The army interrogators were identified and interviewed and denied abusmg2r witnessing him being abused. Screening reports completed at the time ofiralliffinterrogations with Army personnel have been obtained and there were no-signs of abuse noted. Obtained from. Army personnel were 5 detainee questionnaires which ask detainees how they *ere treated while detained at the Army 'detention facility. larastated on all the questionnaires he was treated well at that facility.
All medical docutnentation pertaining toga', which was obtained from Army sources, has been reviewed and there was no medical evidence to support his allegations of abuse. Further, Army doctors and medical persormel who examined Illirave been interviewed and related there were no physical signs of abuse.
Documentation obtained from Navy personnel confirmedaMwas captured both times by members2d wa.s also interrogated by Navy and/or Marine
el le at the Mos reld. It is strongly believed that if the alleged offenses occurred they were perpetrated by members of the U.S. Navy or Marine Corps. All U.S. Army leads have been exhausted; therefore, this investigation is referred to the NCIS for action deemed appropriate.
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STATUTES:

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ARTICLE 128, UCMJ: AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

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ARTICLE 93, UCMJ: CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT •

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EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:

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ATTACHED:

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1. Agents Investigative Report (A 14 Apr 05, detailing the review of this investigation.

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2. AIR of SAaIIIIIIIMINF, Prisoner Interview/Interrogation Team (PIT), l3CCF, AGI, 15 Jul 04, detailing the Basis for Investigation; receipt of Statement of Possible Prisoner Abuse; receipt of Medical Records; query of Biometrics Automated Toolsets (BATS); interview of Ms.2interview of2taking

hotographs2alleged injuries; interview with CPT DR) 2ertaining to the review of2medical records; interview of CPT (DR) 2pertainin to a dental exam o
(U) 3. Statement of Possible Prisoner Abuse, 20 Jun 04, pertaining to lairialleged abuse.
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26, AND 27 AR.E REMOVED
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4. Prisoner In-Processing Medical Screen; 7 Jun 04, pertaining to illIllrUSAC C
and File copies only).

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5. Detainee file, pertaining to 111111.ncluding: dossier pertaining toallinot
dated; Intenpgator Reports, 17 Jun 04; Coalition Provisional Authority Forces bof
A rehension Form, not dated; Sereenhig Report, 26 Apr 04; sworn statement of (E-6)

4-7cci
ertaining to the capture of 225 Apr 04; SWOM statenaent of
0-3) ertaining to the capture of 25 Apr 04; sworn statement

ertaining to the capture of 21 May 04; Evidence/Property
Custody Documents (DA Form 4137), 27 Apr 04 through 23 May 04; medical reports, 25
Apr and 21 Ivlay 04; NSW Detainee Receipt, not dated; Notice of Geneva Convention
Status and Appellate Rights, 10 Jtm 04; Notice of Geneva. Convention Status and
Appellate Rights, written in Arabic, 10 Jun 04; Detention Review Authority-72 Hour
Review, 9 Jun 04; Detainee Tracking Form, not dated; Detention Notice, 28 Jun 04;
Central Criminal Court of Iraq (CCCI) Review, 27 Sep 04; Notice of Appellate Rights,
26 Aug 04.

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6. Sworn Statement of alellin Arabic, 13 Jul 04, detailing his abuse allegations.

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7. Translation ofiliMrsworn statement, 13 Jul 04.

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8. Sketch by allarf the patch he says the soldiers who abused him were wearing
on their -u.niforms, 13 Jul 04.

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9. Dental Record, pertaining tommure tal exam, which was requested by CID
to look at his broken molars, 14 Jul 04.

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10. AIR of SAMMI111178' MP ET (CID), Camp Victory, Baghdad, Z,
0 AE 09342., 29 Jul 047aFt.T—

iling receipt f Inten-ogation Reports pertaining to
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(SECRETHREL MCFI) 11. Interrogatio reports, pertaining to 11111.6 Apr 04
through 28 May 04 (USACRC and File copies only).

1
(U) 12. AIR of SA IIIIIIIIIIMP75TH MP DET (CID), Mosul-, IZ, APO AE
09334, 31 Jul 04, detailing: interview of SSG 2°ordination with CW3gfillrir
to obtain Interrogation reports pertaining t 2receipt of Medical Screening Forms

4.4 7....
and Pre-Confinement Screening Forrns, Detainee Custody Forms; interview with SPC 2110111nterview with CPL rigrigs.andinterview of SGT iniasivap.toc- t.-.
U) 13. Receipt for Inmate or Detained Person, pertaining tograllr3 May 04 and 6 Jun
04.
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14. Primary Surveys, pertaining to1111111,1 May 04 (USACRC and File copies only).

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15. Pre-confinement Screening Form, pertaining tollganr6 Apr 04 (USACRC and File copies only).

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16. (16-1 through 16-5) Physically Hatnied Data Sheets, pertaining tclimar asking if he Was physically hartned during the detainee process, 26 Apr 04 through 28 May 04.2

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(U) 17. AIR of SA 8TH MP DET (CID), Camp Victhry, I3a hdad,
.... .
AE 09342, 2 Nov 04, detai g: coordmatton with. LT obtain the detainee files of2om search of the Special Oper ns CoMpOun , Mosul Airfield, Mo-sul, IZ; coordthat with SA mterview of SPC
(U) 18. Detainee File, pertaining to22TOM2 uding; Circumstances and Events with not dated. Back ound and
.. .
Notes for MI report, not dated. New Detainee Receipt not dated. Arabic statement and English translation by IIIIIIIEMNsifirpertainhig to identifying2a
11111111s
person who launched missiles at an American Base, 21 May 04; Hand written notes, pertaining to facts about 1111111121 May 04; Capture Tags, pertaining toga" not dated; Copy of Fingerprinfcard, perta.ining toallinot dated; four (4) hand wiitten notes in Arabic with English translation, containing biographical and intelligence information pertaining to111111Priot dated; Receipt for Inmate or Detained Person, 27 Apr 04 and 20 May 04; Detainee Extension Request, not dated; Typed notes, pertaining to information on2 not dated; Typed notes, pertaining to information on not ated; Tactical Interrogation Results for Nova Detainees MIR 29 Apr 04; Medical R.ecords, 25 Apr 04 and 21 May 04; Pre-confinement
SMIter­
ung, 27 Apr 04; F'hotos o not dated; sworn statement of IMF pertaining to2May 04; and svvorn staternent °fawns, pertaining to the capture of21 May 04.
1,„_ 2 (SECRET/NOFORN) 19. Intelligence Report, concerning thellOWAnti-Coalition cell, not dated (USACRC and File copies only).
(SECRETHMCFI) 20. Intelligence briefing slides, concerning thefa//Anti-Coalition cell, not dated (USACRC and File copies only).
(U) 21. AIR of SA 8TH MP DET (CID) (FWD), Camp Victory, Baghdad, IZ, APO AE 09342, 7 Mar , detailing receipt of Interrogations Rules of Engagement (IROE).2
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(SECRET/NOFORN) 22. Interrogation Rules of Engagement (IROE) memorandums
including: Memoranduin For CJTF-7, Interrogation and Counter-Resistance Policy and
enclosures, 28 Sep 03; Memorandum For C.TTF-7, Interrogation and Counter Resistance
Policy and enclosures, 12 Oct 03; Memorandum For Record, Interrogation Policy Letter,
5 May 04; IVIemorandurn For C.TTF'-7 Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy., 9
IViay 04 (USACRC and File copies only).
(SECRET) 23. Memorandum For Record, CJTF-7 Interrogation Rules of Engagement, 14 Apr 04 (USACRC and File copies only).
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24. AIR of SA229 Air 05, detailing receipt of additional Detainee file documents pertaining to2om Detainee Operations, Multi-National Forces-Iraq (MNF-I), Camp Victory, l3aghdad., IZ, APO AE 09342.

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2,5. Detainee file °filar/including: l'ask Force Olynipia (TFO), Detainee Packet Initial Checldist, 26 Apr 04; twO (2) Arrowhead Detainee DiSposition Worksheets, both not dated; Task Force Olympia, Detainee Disposition Worksheet, 26 Apr 04; two (2) Arrowhead Cage Disposition Sheet, both riot dated; Interrogation Report, 17 Jun 04, pertaining to2etamee Custo y Form, not ated., pertainin.g to MIN Backgrou.nd intelligence information pertaining to 1111111not dated.

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SECRET//REL TQ USA AND MCFI) 26. Classified documents in Detainee file of
eluding- MaPs pertaining to 2 orkplace, Location on
Weapons Cache in Faisaliya Neighborhoo o osu , ocation of Ja.ysh al Fa:till
Weapons Cache, and Location Of Rocket Attack On Ghazlani Base; Inten-ogation
Reports, dated 20 .Tun 04 through 22 Jul 04; Analyst Support pa.ckage, pertaining toiingito Atig 04; Salafi and Wahabbi/Sunni Extremism bio a hical inforniation -
report, 27 May 04-, Questions for Abu Glraib detainees on 2 eader in
Mosul and other cities in Iraq, 10 .Tun 04; Interrogation reports, Mar t ough 7 Jun 04,
pertainin totallarRelease From MI Hold. Recommendation, 22 Aug 04, pertaining to
SACRC and File copies only).
.
(SECRET) 27. Target Synopsis, pertaining toll11.111111=1.11111=1/
leaders Of a Salafist group operating in Mosul,-WilOidatect-erii—r­
-O:ation Nal–T-10-En 04 through /22 Jul 04, pertaining to 11111111.USACRC and File copies only).
28. Photographic Packet comprised of 5 photographs (photographs 1 through 5)
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29. Compact Disc, 040233.259, containing all photographic images and the originals of Exhibit 28 (USACRC and File copies only).

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30. Compact Disc, 040233.259, containing all photographic images of "The Disco" (USACRC and File copies only).

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(U) The originals of Exhibits 1, 2, 6 through 8, 10, 12, 17, 21, and 24 are forwarded with
the USACRC copy of this report. 'The original of Exhibit 3 is maintained in the files of
the Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), BCCF, AGI. The original of
Exhibit 4 is maintained in the files of the 391st NIP Battalion 03N), Detainee Aid Station
(DAS), AGI. The original of Exhibit 5 is maintained in the files of Detainee Operations,
l3CCF, AGI. The original of Exhibit 9 is maintained in the files of BCCF Dental Clinic,
AGI. The original of Exhibit 11 is maintained in the files of the 209th Military
Intelligence (MI) Company (Co), Mosul, IZ, A_PO AE 09334. The originals of Exhibits
13 through 16 are maintained in the files of Mosul Detention Facility (MDF), Mosul, IZ,
APO AE 09334. The originals of Exl-ribits 18 through 20 are maintained in the files of

abian Peninsula, IZ. The originals of Exhibits 22 and 23 are maintained in
es of the IntetrogatiOn Section, Multi National Corps-Iraq (MNC-I), Camp Victory,
Baghdad, IZ, APO AE 09342. The originals of Exhibits 25 through 27 are maintained in
the files of Detainee Operations, Carnp Victory, l3aghdad, IZ, APO A.E 09342.

(U) STATUS: This is Final Referred Report. This investigation was terminated in
accordance with CIDR 195-1, paragraph. 4-17 (a)(9), in that the Special Agent-in-Charge
has determined the fartherance of this investigation belongs in the investigative purview
of the U.S. Navy, as all suspects are members of the Navy or USMC.

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Report Prepared By: Re ort A roved B
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Special Agent,2 Detachment Commander
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1-DIR, USACRC, 6010, 6th Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 (original)
1-Chief, Investigative Operations Division, USACIDC
1-Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, USACIDC
1-CID Current Operations, USACIDC
1-Thru: CDR, 11th MP BN (CID), APO AE 09342

Thru: CDR, 3"1MP Group (CID)
To: CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
1-Director, NCIS, Washington Navy Yard, Building 200, 1014 N. Street, SE Suite 102,
Washington D.C. 20374-5008 (Via HQ, USACIDC)
1-PMO, MNF-I (e-mail only)
1-Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, 18th Airborne Corps, (email only)
1-DET SGT, 48TH MP DET CID (FWD)
1-File

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, AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPOR'T 0233-04-CID25980270
CID Regulation 1.95-1 Page I of 4
On 13 Apr 05, the undersigned conducted a review of this case file and noted the following:
The detaineelIMIWitially alleged he was abused three different times; during his initial "atrest on 25 Apr 04, during subsequent interrogations to his first arrest; and again after his second. an-est on 21 A/fay ()4.11111111111111egations are as follows:
During his first arrest on 25 Apr 04,11111111.11eged he was forced to Icn.eel in the floor, put a
bag over his Ileacl, handctiffed hiS h.ands behind his back and Was punched in the back of the
head t-wo times and told th "Shut Up."

111111111,11.eged he was interrogated after Ins first arrest and dunng those interrogations he•.•.•.• abuSed.11.11111,11eged he had his jumpsuit filled with ice and made to lay dovv-n on. d floor arid had bags. of dirt placed on his legs so he could. iicit move; held down while several people punched him. on his head; had someone hit him with "srnooth rocks" all over his body, slnoulders arid head; slapped, punched and kicked; had two of his molars broken while being pun.ched; had water poin-ed in his mouth and nose until he fainted; and was forced to stand in front of an air conditioner in wet clothes. Further, he alleged he had his face rubbed. in. urine on the floor Where he was being iriterrogated; someone stomped on his groin; hit with smooth stones on the head about twenty times; and had someone hit him on the back of the neck with bags of ice.
On 13 jul 04,111111111vas interviewed by CID, and related after his arrest he was taken to the
Mosul Airport to a plaCe called "The Disco".11111111111 claimed Ms abuse occurred at "The
Disco". FurtherMINalleged at one point he passed out because of his abuse and woke up in
a small wooden room with several IV's and medical devices attached to him. He is not sure how
long he was there, but was taken back to the same area and inten-ogated againallinrimated
he was at the "Disco" tWo days and then transferred to the detention facility in Mosul: There,

111111, 'claimed he wds medically screened and asked how he was -treated. illalltaimed he asked the screener if he was talking about the "Disco" or the detention facility and the screener replied. he only wanted to know about the detention facility. 11111111pimed he was taken back to the "Disco", interrogated again, and was abused. IIIIIIIPaimed he was released afier a few days, but was captured again about 19 days later and returned to the "Disco" where he was abused during his interrogations agairi.1111111111escribed the interrogators who were involved his abuse as 1) tall white male, blue eyes, blond hair, blue jeans and green t-shirt, 2) short, white male, glasses, small brown mustache, blue eyes, about 19 years old, 3) black male (NFI).
11111111Walso stated he saw a tall white female, fat, blond hair in a ponytail, wearing glasses who
WIto him while at the "Disco."2'
.

Investigation to date has determined the apprehending unit waljIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIpgv -2,—
&ries as arrested. Statements fron-i mem ers of

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SA IIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIr 1 413t MP DET Forward (CID)
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Special Agent, Ems., ,c1MBaghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342
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the apprehending unit were includ.ed ingligifiretainee file. The statements all reported
11111111Vid. not resist arrest or show an aggressive posture. There vvas no indication in any of the
statenientsMirvis injured during his arrest.

During his interview with CID,1111Wescribed being taken bet-ween different facilities. He
claimed the first facility is where he wa,s abused. and then taken to another facility where he was
medically Screened and asked how lie was treated, but requested to only comment about his
treatment a the second. facilit-y.

SPC2 identified as one o 2nterrogators. SF'
.

interviewed by CID arid related he remernbere 2a.s initially interrogated by the
prior th hirn being turned over to the ARMY Mi 2hitelligence units for interrogation. SPC
0111111/Wiralso stated lie remembered 2ecause the2_.. ac and re-
interviewed2which he thought was odd. Further, SPC 2stated he did not
see any abuse of etainees, but expresSed concern about how some of the detainees were treated

to mclud.eillir SPC2orroborated at least part of - -2-2el a. ou s rea en w e custo y. SF'C
ated before he would interrogate a detainee he would. visually inspect them
and have the d.etainee write or dictate a statement concen-ring their treatment during the
intenog-atiOn. Thdre were 5 statements obtained froin SSGIIIIIIrritten in Arabic with

:42English translation pertaining tolfillifirThe statements were to provide detainees an opportunity to descrthe theh- treatment while in U.S. Forces CuStody. Four of the staternents ask
.

detainees to "Descnbe your experience in the custod.y of coalition forces" and one statement ask
detainees "I was/was not physically harmed during the detainee process or dm-ing interrogation
by U.S. or Coalition Forces." IIIIIIIIrnswers on the forms all indicate he was treated very
well "in this location."

A review ofillniMedical docurnents does not support his allegations of abuse. Further,
NNWas medically screened every time he was transferred between Navy and Anny
persomiel and there were no noted injuries. The initial medical screening done when~
was in-processed to the Baghdad Central Confinement Center, Abu Ghtaib Prison (BCCF), noted
some bruising around his right eye and face and a broken right molar. A Dentist examined

11111111Wroken molar and was unable to determine whether or not the damage was a result of
a punch to the right jaw as alleged by111111111e did state there were some inconsistencies with
the allegation in relation to the damage, but it vvas possible.

Investigation also determinedliMwas interrogated by both Army and Navy Personnel.
Two Army interthgators have been identified as having interrogatedilliird both were

48th MP DET Forward (CID)
Special Agent, allir.Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

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interviewed. Both denied abusingliallbr witnessing him being abused. Neither matched the
description of the interrogators described bylining”h1. ,E
-.ro rer:L.---

The Guard Force Commander, SSG2111111111111111,1,i'2or thwe Mosul Detention
Fa.cility (MDF) and the earlier Eagle etenton , aci i y 2was interviewed, who related lie
remembered...Ping aPPrehended twice and turned over to Ariny custody by - - - '
both tirneS. Both tilnegglilliwas medically screened and there were no noted injuries. SSG
rovided tvvorcP—
riniary Surveys" (medical screening forms) pertaining to There were two signatures on the forms as witnesses to the medical screenings. Both those individuals were interviewed and did not Specifically rerhember1111111 but stated the form. was accurate and did not indicate any injurie8 togging
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The following individuals have been identified in the case file as haVing contact either as an
interrogator or part of the apprehending unit and have not been interviewed:
Navy personnel:
(E-6) Listed as part of apprehendin unit, 25
.1111111111110.111111.1111111.11 •
(0-3) Listed as part of apprehending
unit, 25 Apr 04.
SSG2 United States M • e Corp,111111111WPIZ who was named.
by Naval personnel as being an interrogator o 2ust after his Capture:
rielIllragjpjIMIIIIIIIIIIrsted as part of apprehending u 21 May 04.
1.111111111111.11.111111111111111, listed as part apprehending unit, 21 204.
LT IliffialliffilliagNiffiUnited States Navy,allinarsted on Kecei Or iilrilate or Detained Person, dated 27 Apr 04, as the person receiving the detainee "Remarks" sections states "For further interrogation New Intel"
Army Persbnnel:
107T F2osul Airfield, Mosul, Iraq (NFI). Name located on "New Detainee Receipt" (Exhibit 23]). SSG111111.111111ps listed as the name of a person b4 accepting c-ustody of 2om LT Offiriff. The document is not d.ated.2
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SSG2 is identified on a Screening Report as a "Screener" of.../clated. 26 AP,R 04. SSG2is also mentioned in a Naval report (Exhibit 18) as the perSon
-'--- — ' ersonnel turned over2Ort 1 May 04. The document states...Fas
e over on 1 Apr (No Year), but since2was not captured until 25 Apr 04, the statement should most likely read 1 May 04. ,
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Neither SSG 11111111111/nor SSG2was identified as being involved in either the apprehension .61- interrogation o Further, it has been established...Vas Screened each time he was transfened between the Army and Navy facilities and no injuries or claims of abuse byrallitvere docurnentec1.1111111did not claim. any abu.se until his transfer to the BCCF. It is unlikely that an interview of either person would provide any further information pertinent to this case.
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Basis of Investigation: On 2 Jul 04, the 504th IVIilitary Intelligence (MI) Brigade (E3DE), Joint
Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), E3aghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu
Ghraib, Iraq (AGI), reported that Detaineell.111111111rational Detainee RePorting System
(NDIRS2 alleged he was abused while detained by US Forces at an unknown 10CatiOTI
prior to Is amva2CCF, AGI.
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AboUt 0900, 2 Jul 04, this office received a stateMentwritten by ms. 1111.1111111/111/11111
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IffilecAci, JIDC, BCCF, AGI det iliniallilliabUse allegations. (See Statement) 2
iingai
'2,2WI Ot.,2- '2. .2.
About 0900, 6 Jul 04, SA2,

btained Medical Records from the 391st MilitarY Police (MP) BN, Detainee Aid Station (DAS), The medical screening dateci 7 Jun 04, noted alDuSe allegations' , consistent with those recorded by MS. Illaffill (See Medical Records)
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AbOut 2030, 7 Jul 04, SA2dUened the BiOnletrios AutoMated Ttioltet (BATS) and verified
.

that/I/Was interrogated on 17 Jun 04 and 20 Jun 04: It was deterrnined that Ms.fillnalif
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was present during both interrogations, (See Interrogation Record)
AUENT'S2COMMENT: No otherinterrogators were in IIIIIIIIMIFwas present during IDoth intwrogations. , -2. •219Lt1/19,1E4 About 2100, 7 Jul 04, SAINIFinterviewed Ms.allinelrho stated that she Wai present
.
at both interrogations with She stated at no time during the first interrogation did
state he was abused. She stated that she did not exploit the abuse allegations, but recalled
being very specific about being beat with a smooth rock. She dici not see any bruises or marks
consistent with flaniclaims, but related that the alleged inCident otcurred about 21 May 04.
She also related that several. detainees have mentioned IDeing detained at the "DiscO" at the Mosul
Airport. She could nOt relate any other inforMation Other than that reported in her previous
statement:
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AboutA930, 12 Jul 04, SAMINIVreviewed the detainee file ofig/M1WHe was captured by
in Mosul, The file was not clear as toallinrcapture date. The legal documents anclone stateMent are dated 21 May 04, while other statements are dated 25 Apr 04. There are two medical screenings: The first, dated 29 Apr 04, makes no mention of injuries conSistent with
111111Mallegations, but does note a swollen left middle finger from A previoUs injury. The medical
screenirig, dated 21 May 04, notes no injuries. Statements pertaining tc11111111krest note that
he did not resist arreat nor did he s ow any aggressive posture. (See Detainee File)
1/0(4 About 1130, 13 Jul 04, SA2, with assistance of Linguistaillinillirthis office, interviewed Detainee , provided a Sworn Statement pertaining to his alDuse allegations. He explained he was actually captured twice. He Was captured on an unknown date in Mosul snd held at the airport: Once he was released, he was recaptured again 19 days later in Mosul arid held
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a ain at the ait2I. During his first capture, he was arrested at the hOrhe of his friend
_ at 0130 hrs, 'unknown date, by five soldiers in US Arrny Desert CaMouflage Uniforma (DCU) ill black masks. He remembered seeing a patch on the sleeve of the uniforrns, which lOoked like the head of an Indian, which he sketched on paper. There was one Iraqi Linguist present wearing the same type black mask. He could hear helicopters outside and heard at least two military vehicles. They kneeled hin-i on the floor, put a plastic standard artily . green sandbag on his head, and tied his hands behind his IDack with'plastic flexi cuffs. He was punched in the back of the head twice and told to "Shut Up". He was then_ lOaded on the back Of 8 military vehicle„similarly described like a M-998. VVhile in the truck, he was punched in the back of the head twice.. He was taken to the Mosulairport, to what is commonly called "The Ditco" by kical Iraqi peOple, because music is heard coming from the location all day each day. When he arriVed, he was taken into Small wooden room, where his hOod was remoVed and his hands freed. He vvas stripped of his clothing, place in a blue jurnpsuit, and his picture was taken. He was then rehooded with the same hood and flexi cuffed behind the back. Cold water was theri poured on hirn. He, guest it was 0500 hrs the Same mornirig. He was taken to a place with loud speakers. He stated he passed by a fire, because he could feel the heat. His jumpsuit was opened and filled with ice. Fle was then laid doWn and the remaining portion of his jumpsuit was filled with ice.. A bag of ice
• _ • •.• • —.• " I I — I •—.• • 1 — e.MVI • • s while.1\,-), kicking and stomping hirn. One American was speaking Arabic. He could tell by the dialect. hie lay on the ground until the ice was almost melted. He vvas sat up and rocks placed in the back of the 2N jumpsuit, and dragged by his feet for about 10 minutes. He remembers the Arabic Speaking American ard one other Iraqi Linguist talking to him. His hood was pulled up to his nose by a different interrogator and water was forced in his mouth and nose. The interrogator would lift him up and punch hirn in the back until the water came out. This happened twice. He then passed out and Woke up in 8 small wooden room with several IVs and other medical devices attached to him. His head was not covered nor his hands tied. He saw what he thought was a doctor. He desdribed the doctor as a white man, with a, light broWn beard and glasses. He stated that everyone was nice. He does not know how long he was there. Sometime after, a white male with no facial hair, in uniform
pants and brown t-shirt, tied cloth around my eyes, but left his hands free. He was then driven in the back of a military truck to what he believes is the same place, IDecause he heard the Music. He Was taken to a three-sided ceMent structure about four feet tall and no roof, where he was
unhooded. It was located outside under camouflage netting. He was then taken into a SMall wooden interrogation room, unhooded, and hands flexi cuffed in front. He vvas sat in brown plastic
chair. He saw and heard a than with the same voice as the one pouring water in hiS mouth. He described him as' a tall white male, with blue eyes, blond hair, blue jeans and green t-shirt. He also
a secohd man as short; white, with glaSses, a small brown MustaChe, blue eyeS, arid appeared to
be about 19 years old. He stated the short Man spoke Arabic, was wearing blUe jeans and a browh t-shirt, and.was spitting in a Pepsi can. The two men aftempted tO interrogate him, IDut could not
due to the different dialecta betWeeri the linguist an 2he tall man jerk2ead back
and placed a bag over his head: The tall Man then wal ed hirn out the door an kicke hi in the
IDutt. As he -was guided clown a short hallWay, the tall Man hit him iri the head with a water bottle in
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the back of the head.- He Was taken to the pame cement box area, where ice was placed on his
grown and stomach, vvhile he lay on the ground. Rocks were throvvn at him and he was hit with wooden boards. He estimated he was there for about two days. He was then loaded into a truck
and taken to the detention facility at the airport in Mosul. VVhen there, he was medically screened and asked, "How did you get treated here?" He asked the screener if he was talking about the, "Disco" or the detention facility. The screener replied that he only wanted to know about the detention fedi*. Later that night, about 2100 firs,. three men took hint, while IDlincl folded withtaped goggles, to. a milvan with load Music and red lights on the floor. The three men began to punch him in his heacl, on all sides, about 20 tirnes. As they punched him, they woUld scream in his ear. He could see partially thfOugh his goggles, and saw a black male in uniform, piss on the floor of the milvan: He said the black Male then tOok the goggle off and rubbed his face on the floor in the piss. It was somewhat dark irl the milvan, so he could not detcribe the black rnale. He said the black Male punched him as he was rubbing his head on the floor. He said this lasted for ten minutes. They the left him alone and the door to the milyan opened. He saW a white female in civilian clOths walk in. She had blond hair pulled back in a ponytail wearing glasses. He described her as being tall and fat, He said it was still dark outside: She told him thael she knew he had been tortured,. but she was his friend. She talked to hirn for a while. He was then taken back to the detentiOn
He belieVes it was about 0400 hrt: He went back through the medical. screening and was asked the
same question,. He was again instructed to only ansWer about the detention facility. VVhile at the detention. facility, he saw the saMe black Male working there. At 1400 hrs the same day, he WaS taken back to the "Disco". He was taken into a roorn, vvhile hooded with the Same green plastid IDag, where more ice was placed on hirn. He vvas beaten on.the body More and once stomped iri the groWn. At some point he was hit vvith Several srnooth stones in the head about 20 times. He said they Were not thrown, !put rather held by someone's handS. He was leaned over while Sitting on the floor and hit with a bag of ice on the back of the neck about eight titnes. After a few days, he was taken back to the detention facility and released-. He was aoain daptured 19 days later and taken back to the "Disco". While at the "Disco", he incurred the same type of treatment, to include being beat with rOcks, covered in ice, and kicked.
He described that when he arrived, someone said, "your #3", because the recognized hirn. He vvas then taken to a small black wooden room where t same tall interrogator entered the room and immediately punched him in the right jaw.2tated he Was held for 7 days before being sent to the detention facilitY. 2howecl t2gen scars on the right side of hit face, which he
stated was a result of his ace being rubbed in the piss. He also showed this Agent a broken tooth
he alleged to have sustained when he was punched in the jaw. (See Sworn Staternent, Translation
of,Statement and Sketch)
AGENTS COMMENT: alliWdoulci not write Arabic well therefore, details of the interview were) recorded by thiS agent in this AIR:
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PETAl.LS.• , AIDOUt 1135„ 13 Jul .04, SA.xo ged phOtOgraohS ofirMUsing2CoOlpiX 995 Digital carnel'ai d.epicting the'SCarS 6n.th riot side:of. hig-fate and the._.broken-tOOth... • ( See .• Photographsy2• •
AbOut 1600, 13 Jul 04, SA1.1111, interviewed .CPT (DR) 91st SN Aid Station, BCCF, AGI, whO reviewed the Medical Screening wn e y IVIAJ (DR)
0111111/391st MP BN Aid Station, BCCF, AGI,,and stated that DR 2ted bruising aroun the right eye and face and a broken right rnolar, in acIditiOn to the abuse allegations. He also related the Medical Screening record w ¦as,.to. be given tO this office previously, but WaS misplaced and located on 6 Jul04.2•2"
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AIDout 1600, 15 Jul 04 SA2nterviewed CPT (DR)
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BCCF Dental Clinic, AGI (257 2edical Company, Ft. E3ragg, NC), who related that he was unable to determine whether or not the damage to the tooth was as a resUlt of a punch to the right jaw. He did state that there were some inconsistencies with the allegation in relation to the damage, but it wag possible. (See Dental Exam).' ///////////////////.///////////////////////////////////////////////LAST ENTRY/1/0////////////////////0////00/11/MMOMM

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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621-5101
Master Sergeant Parnela Andrews andrewsp@centcom.smil.mil
(813) 827-5341/2830
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U.S. AR1V1Y ME,DICAL COMMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/
PRIVACY ACT OFFICE ATTENTION: MCFP 2050 WORTH ROAD, SUITE 13 FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEXAS 78234-6013
MR. JOHN PETERSON John.Petersonl cen.arnedd.army.mil
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U S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621-5101
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2Photos depicting foreign nationals 2Civilian Agency Records 2AudioNideo depicting foreig-n nationals and Americans
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TRANSLATION OF STATEMENT PROVIDED I3Y DETAINEE /110111.1111101/
NDRSMIEW13 Jul 0,4/1130 -2 _ _
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I got arrested with2 nd his brothers in faldi area for the first time they took us to the airpoil a known area ecause of the sound and the Iraqi detainee call it disco and I stayed there about 3 dayt and in this place they put ice in my Overall and my hand were miffed behind rny back and bag over my head and It was so hard to breath loecause there were not enough oxygen.coming in and they start hitting rne on my head my face and kick me on My stomach and my side repeatedly without sleep or giving me a chance to relax and with out food or chink and the put broken gravel in rny overall with ice and the dragged me all over the floor with kicking and punishing me and hitting me with a wooden stick and a bad 'of ice on my nick 8 times then I gOt released then they arrested me again' after 19 days and they beaten me torture me again with stoneS in e cold rOoni for 3. days then I stayed in prison for 11 days.
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U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/
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Basis for Invesfigation: On 27 Jul 04, t,his office received a 1VIemorandurn of Transmittal (0093-
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04-CID789) from. the 75 Military Police Detachment, l3aghdad Central Correctional Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, that Mi..2eported he was abused while detained at Mosul, IZ.
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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621 5101
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V) Cel 107 C-4 BASIS FOR INVESI'IGATION: About 1530927 Jul 04, SAIIIIIIIPecellved an RFA 'regarding allegeddetainee abuse committed against Mr. M Intern Serial Numberliallicapture tag ' umber."'" while detained git IVIosul Mel (1VIAF), Iraq. [V4-(Mc-t
bout 1.600, 27 Jul 04, SA111111111/int iewed SSG 1/107 Field Artillery (MP LSA DiaMdback, Mosul, Iraq, at the Mosul Detention Facility (MDF)'
A.CS°S.Golcl SM s the MDF Guard Force Commander. SSGMelated that MDF
.

een in operation since the beginning of May, 2004. Prior to moving into Metamees were wised at the Eagle Detention Facility (EDF) located on MAF approximately 3 miles south cl NIDE SSG called that Mr.Md been detained on two different OCCELSi011iS. He told S as first admitted to EDF on 26 Apr 04 b3y nd was released to the Iraqi Police op) on May 04. SSG . .2providedith a copy of MrMlease papers dated 3 May 0.4 indicating he was a "public SSGMad nu recur 0 Mralillipecund detention at MIDF but did Providith the release papers from his secomle ention indica.ting he was "sent to Co
--171—recalled that Mr his second
iller was admitted to MDF b M detention period. SSG11111.1161d SA Mthat lie did not recall seeing any injuries on Mr. uring either detention perio Me related that it was the detention facility's practice to performmutual medical screening o Mees when they first arrived at MAF so there would not be any
. _
entation of injuries. This practice was implemented to protect the capturing unit and detention facility from false accusations of abuse. The practice involved an examination of the detainee by a Navy Corpsman as soon as possible after capture. The examination would be witnessed by a member of the EDF/IV1DF staff who vvould review the medkal survey and sig-n it indicating the form
as an accurate representation-of the detainees physical condition. SSGallirstated that capturing units are authorized to maintain custody of detainees for 72 hours before they have to be released or , turned over to MDF. He also stated that a detainee can later be checked out of the detention facility by
he capturing unit, typically for 24 hours, vvith approval of the Provost Marshal. SSGaillillistatecl
hat all documents related to the detention and interrogation of Mr. alliirwoulcl have been sent with
im vvhen he was released to Corps. SSGM/Ifindicated that Mr.allirvas interrogated by

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• lary Intelligence (M1) while he was incarcerated in EDF and MOP'.
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Co., LSA Diamondback, os Iraq. CW3Mrovided SAMwith interrogation

reports (6) pertaining to Mr M old SAMhat the only female from the 096 MI Co. that interrogated Mr.Mas SPCM 9 1VII Co., SA Diamondback, Mosul, Iraq. CWMad no information regarding the female interrogator
described as tall and fat wearing glasses and civilian clothes with blond hah- pulled back in a ponytail. e stated that this description did not fit that of SPC gliNfl.
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About 1700, 27 Jul04, SSG ation with SAMat the CII) Office. SSG
rovided SA rimarY SmveYs" (medical screening fornits) which he

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loca e a er SAME= e from MDF, he stated the sunrveys pertained to Mr Mne
of the surveys was signed by CPL A Co 107 Field Artillery
), LSA Maniondbak,lVlosul, Iraq, while the ot er WaS signed by SGT
A Co. 107in Field Artillery (MP), LSA Diamondback Mesul, Iraq. 'The date on one o e
surveys was absent while the date on the other read 21 May 04. The two Primary Surveys appeared to be
the same ones sent vvith the initial RFA by the 78th MT pet. (CID). SSG 1111111111 also Provided SA
vvith a pre-confinement screening form for Mr. NNIII/with an apparent date 26 Apr 04,
an five "physically harmed data sheets," dated 26-28 Apr 04, indicating that Mr.Marclaimed he
was t abused. SSGIIIIIIIMPhad no othir documents related to ivir.gem incarceration.
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About 1030, 28 Jul 04, SAMinterviewed SPCNIS SPCINNIrrelated the she recalled Mr.
as she conducted his initial interro ation as well as two subseeiTogMbns.iliiing_theM
irtitial interrogation, SPCMwas told by Military Police vvorking at the detention facility that Mr.
told them he hid suffered an injury prioito his capture but she could 'not recall the type or
severity of this injury. SPCIINIWtated that she did not recall seeing any injuries on mrirairsi
during any of the interrogations nor did she notice that Mr.111111111novecl or acted as though he were injured. SI1C1111, described Mr./MN/as cooperative and "appearing to be in perfect health." SPC illintienied ever being to the "disco:1111.111111111111rat MAF, or wearing civilian clothes during an
M. e o denied ever interrogating Mr. Min a MILVAN. SPC11111Wrelated that
1VIr.NNNI/was also interviewed by SPCM02 MI Co:, 513 Brigade (NFI). SPC

INNINbelleved that SPCMfirst name wasffirbut was not certain. She stated that he
had been to MAF as a member of a mob" e interrogation team (MIT) and believed he was currently based
out of Abu Ghraib Prison, Iraq.M,Ma
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About 1115,30 Jul 04, SA terviewed CPL M A Co.,
107th Field Artillery (MV), LSA Diamondback, Mosul, Iraq. CPL as shovvn a copy of Mr.
Primary Survey which he had signed. CPL stated that he did not specifically
recall M He stated that he vvitnessed the examination, conducted by a Navy Corpsman known
only as lel and signed the form, indicating it was an accurate recording of Mr.Mmedical
ondition at the time. CPLaillinarlooked at the form and related there was no indication Mr.
as injured. CPLMad no other relevant information regarding the incident.
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bout 1345, 31 Jul 04, SA 1111111111111111hite ewed SGT A Co.,
107° Field Artillery (MP), LSA Diamondback, Mosul, Iraq, SGT was s own a copy of
. 111111111 Primary Survey which he had signed. SGT stated that he did not

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speciOcally recall Mr Stated that he looked famMutM, not recall any details abou MHe stated that he witnessed the exaMination, conducted by a Navy CorpSman (NFI), and signed the form indicating it was an aCcurate recording of Mr.Medical condition at the time. SGT M ambled the form and
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related. there was no indica on Mr. as injured. SGTM escribed the screening process conducted byM thorough and humane." SGTM ad no other relevant information regarding t
AGENTS COMMENT: SA able to locate arty members of vvas determined they had bee eassigned to Baghda ternatrona riod.///LAST ITEM///.
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCENUMBER ORGANIZATION 75th MP DET CID (-), USACIDC Mosul, Iraq APO AE 09334
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U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/
PRIVACY ACT OFFICE ATTENTION: MCFP 2050 WORTH ROAD, SUITE 13 FORT SAM HOUSTON TEXAS 78234-6013
MR. JOHN PETERSON John.Petersonl cen.amedd.army.mil
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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621--5101
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At 1355, 18 Aug 04 the undersigned and SA this office, coordinated
with 1,T ffice of the Staff Ridge vocate (SJA),4101—
abian Peninsula, Iraq (APIZ), and ENS
IZ, w o related they assisted in the processing of detainees -

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and maintained policy cOmp_ lance for the initial detairmient of risoners captured by
T ARCATI detailed the history of Mr 2_ ,2National Detainee'

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eportmg System Numbe _2capture and his; release and.subsequent recapture.
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detainment facility, corninorily called. the "Disco". ENS...related, the "Disco" had been _
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operated by a Pennsylvania National Guard or Reserve Artillery Unit. The "Disco" had
numerous problems such as releasing detainees without proper approval; as in the case with Mr

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ENS11111111escribed the "Disco" as an "Anclersonville" like atmosphere, which had
pro ems with overcroWcling. ENS elated the "Disco" had since been torn down and a
newer facilit had been constru te
Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) detainrnent facility and explained the detainee in 2,
prOcessing. LT-2d ENS41111Ielated upon capture, the detainees are brought into a
room and instruc e to coinpletely undress; after all detainees wash and shower; they are 2•

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m.edically screened .and photographed, completely unclothed., noting and treating all sustained
injuries, if any; they are then provided new sandals and overalls; and then escorted to individual
holdirig cells, which ENS4111111.dded, complied with all Department of Defense requirements.
ENsIIIIIIIIelated during the shower process, the detainees have an aversion to the water and -
often read as if they had "acid" poured on them. (SeelliMetainrnent File and Medical
Records)2

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Agent's Conanent: ENSIIIMPIrelated the Pennsylvania National Guard or Reserve unit to be
the 105th or 107th Artillery nit.. -.'
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About 1110, 29 Aug 04, 2 75th Military Police (MP) Detachment,
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation DwisiOn (CID), Mosul, IZ, while conducting report of investigation 0252-04-CID259-80286, coordinated with SSG Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) Mosul Detention Facilit-y (MDF), A Co, 107 A (MP), Mosul Airfield, Mosul, Iraq. SSAIIIMIIItatecl the "Disco" was a conex container that had speakers inside of it. This conex container was used by members of th.411111111.to 'Z--disorient and confuse detainees during interrogation. SS 2.tecl the "Dislicoo.;000.00"--soinewhere located on th 2 .svie_
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SA 4111111111111111111111 78t11MP DET Forward (CID)
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and could n.ot find any at ad been altere for interroganons with the use of speakers.
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At 1913, 23 Sep 04, the undersigned coordin ted with SA 401111111.1111111111111Southwest h
Field Office, Naval Criminal Investigative S ice (NCIS), San Diego, CA, w o re uested this office forward available inVestigative activiti to da.te and his office would assist in this investigation.
At 1000, 2 Nov 04, the undersigned irrterview 20211d Military Intelligence (MI) Ba.ttalion (13 , Camp Slayer,2who related he had2• interrogated. Mrangivhile sta.tioned at th Mosul Facility IZ SPC01111111111111151ated

he h.ad seen no Oneabuse Mr tex resseid his concern over the treatment of detainees; to include Mr2, by t,h ho were located at the2acili SPC2related.
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at the was located on t.h e Mosul Facility. After the initial interro anon Mr as turned over to the MI for interrogation and a few s later was taken back -to isco" and interro at t oug t o2ould re-interview M —
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detainees over to the Army only if they had completed the Na.vy's interrogation. SPC related he probably would not have rernemloered Mr 2he re-inte d not been conducted. SPC41111111111111111.1ated Mr.." en
mistakenly taken to the gate and almost released but was broiight back into 2osul Facility and at a later date released. SPIIIIIIMIlrescribed th 2isco" facility as ha.vin
trobe lights and pla ed load music to disorient the detainees. SF' 2elated ha2 acility only heard others describe it. SP2 ed a National Guard Corporal (NFI), who assisted in guarding the detainees at th 2cility, had
bused the detainees. SPC4111111111111111111said he had often received other
ho had appeared to be beaten and or burnt. SP stated he Would. visually inspect the detainees before interrogating and have the etainee vvrite or dictate a statement concerning.their treatment during the interrogation. SP related both the statement and a copy of the visual inspection should be documented in the detainee file. SP related when Mr as interrogated he was placed. in the Army's version of the "Disco". SPC 2related while at the Army's "Disco", which was built by CW32 in response to pressure to provide more intelligence, had followed all idelines outlined in their Interrogation Rules of Engagement (IROE). SPC2elated until ihe newer IROE was published, as a result from the incidents at Abu Ghraib, he felt the interrogations methods outline under the old IROE were "walking the line."
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Agent's Comment: When,SPC a.s asked what he meant by "walking the line", he related it was in,teference -to leavins detain s outside in the cold causing concerns of hypothermia, he related detainees vtail-d4je bro t inside and were shivering from the cold to a point they could not talk, and the use of Milit orldng Dogs; vvhich he found out later had to be approved by a General, S -s uncertain _who authorized the old MOE used a Mosul dining interroga C2were shown pictUres of the "Disco" and related he did ot redognize the n antrelated it was not the "Disco" operated by his unit. ///LAST NTRY///
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U.S CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATT\ : CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621 5101
Master Sergeant Pamela Andrews andrewsp@centcom.smil.mil
(813) 827 5341/2830
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About 1900, 7 Mar 05, SA41101101111111btained from MAJ

41110111 Chief, Interrogation8. Sec:tion, MNC-I, c00,es ce the
Interrogation RuleS.of-Engagement {TROE), signed )DY LTG'Ricardo
SANCHE, in Place in SeP OS, Oct 03, and MaY 04, the time frame -

of 9Perations at the "bisco. LTG SANCHEZ authorized the use of
sleep deprivation, dogs, and other tactics cn a case bY 'case
basis,: and only after legal review. (See 'IROE for details)
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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH 130UNDARY BLVD ATTN: CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621-5101
Master Sergeant F'amela Andrews andrewsp@centcom.smil.mil
(813) 827 5341/2830
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CID Regulation 195-1 Page.
On 28 Apr 05, the undersigned coordinated with Detainee Operations, Camp Victory, l3aghdad Iraq (IZ), to obtain more legible copies of' some of the documents in the case file and also obtained addifional documents not previously obtained to include interrogation reports, interrogation plans and analyst reports pertaining ft...IP
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U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND 7115 SOUTH BOUNDARY BLVD ATIN : CCJ6-DM MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE FLORIDA 33621-5101
Master Sergeant Pamela Andrews andrewsp@centcom.smil.mil
(813) 827-5341/2830
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Photo depicting the alleged injury to
Mr right temple.
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Mroright temple.

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AV Photos depicting foreign nationals 2Civilian Agency Records 2AudioNide° depicting foreign
nationals and Americans
023896

DOD-049457
The Disco, Mosul Iraq

Mr agiiNIASalip
0233-04-CID259-80270

Date of Capture
25 Apr 04-27 Apr 04
16 May 04

-ice poured in jumpsuit, forced to lay down
and use a block of ice as a pillow, and bags
of dirt placed on his feet so he could not move.
Then several people where punching him on
his head

-a smooth rock was used to hit him all over his body,
Shoulders, and head.
-water was poured into his nose and mouth until he
became unconscious.
-forced to stand in front of a air conditioner and
had water dumped over his body
-Indian head patch

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0252-04-CID259-80286
Date of Capture 12 May 04
--ice poured in. suit and water poured on him -sandbags placed on head and shoulders -stones thrown at him -struck in the face by a translator -head beaten against a steel plate until unconscious -Indian head patch -others wore standard military uniform -translator wore light colored military pants and an aqua colored T-shirt
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DATE 17 APR 05
FROM: SAC, 48TH MILITARY POLICE DET (CIDXFWD) TO:2DIRECTOR, USACRC, USACIDC, FORT BELVOIR, VA CDR, 11TH MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (CID) (FWD) CDR, 3D MILITARY POLICE GRO1JP (CID) _ CDR, USACIDC, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, FORT 13ELVOIR, VA_ CDR, 48TH DET (CIDXFWD) IVINF-I, CHIEF OF STAFF, DETAINEE OF'S Sj-A, MNC-1, OIC2• PMO,MNC-I2. CHIEF, INVESTIGATIVE OPERATIONS DIVISION, USACLDC DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR OPERATIONS, USACIDC CID CURRENT OPERATIONS, IJSACIDC
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - 2ND STATUS REFERRED/S S I -0233-04-CID25q-80270-5C1C/5Y2E/5X1
DRAFTER: RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES: 1. 25 APR 2004, 0130 - 2 MAY 2004, 2400; DETENTION FACILITY KNOWN AS-"THE DISCO", MOSUL AIRPORT, IRAQ (IZ)
2. 21 MAY 2004, 0001-- 28 MAY 2004, 2400; DETENTION FACILITY KNOWN AS "THE DISCO", MOSUL AIRPORT, (IZ)
2. DATE/TIME REPORTED: 27 JUL 2004, 0900
3. INVESTIGATED I3Y: SAOMMENNIIIMMED SA SA 46/
SA SA SA bie-/
SA SA SA
4. SUBJECT:2 0289 0
• 000234_

1.
UNKNOWN' ; MALE; WHITE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY.
AND MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI),

2.
UNKNOWN ; MALE; BLACK; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY
AND MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)

3.
UNKNOWN ; MALE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY A_ND
MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFD

4.
UNK.NOWN ; MALE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CR:LTELTY AND
M_ALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)

5.
VICTIM:

W; IRAQI; INTERNMENT SERIAL NUMBER (ISN)2 DATE OF CAPTURE: 25 APR 04; MALE; WHITE; MOSUL, IZ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NM)
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND M.AY CHANGE PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION. TRES IS AN "OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.
2ND STATUS:
THIS STA'TUS REF'ORT WAS GENERATED TO REF'ER THIS INVESTIGATION
TO THE UNITED STATES NAVY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION SERVICE (NCIS)
FOR COMPLETION.
THIS INVESTIGATION IS BEING FORWARDED TO NCIS AS THE INVESTIGATION TO DATE HAS DETERMINED THE ALLEGATION OF Al3USE DID NOT OCCUR WHILE THE DETAINEE WAS IN THE CUSTODY OF ARMY PERSONNEL. IT IS BELIEVED THAT IF THE ALLEGED OFFENSES OCCURRED THEY WERE PER_PETRATED BY MEMBERS OF THE US NAVY OR MARINE CORPS. ALL US ARMY LEADS HAVE BEEN EXHAUSTED; THEREFORE, THIS INVESTIGATION IS REFERRED TO THE NCIS FOR ACTION DEEMED APPROPRIATE.
INVESTIGATION DETERMINEDOMWAS ARRESTED ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASSIONS, 25 APR 04, AND 21 MAY 04. AFTER HIS FIRST ARRESTS/MD WAS N TO THE MOSUL AIRFIELD, MOSUL, IZ AND INTERROGATED.
PENT APPROXIMATELY 8 DAYS AT MOSUL AND WAS MISTAKENLY RELEASED ON OR AROUND 3 MAY 04.II/SWAS AGAIN ARRESTED ON 21 MAY 04 AND TAKEN BACK TO THE MOSUL AIRFIELD AND INTERROGATED AGAINAIIIIIREMAINED AT MOSUL UNTIL HE WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE BAGHDAD CENTRAL CONFINEMENT FACILITY (BCCF), ABU GHRAIB
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PRISON,IZ, ON OR AROUND 9 JUN 04. INVESTIGATION ALSO DETERMINED ha._ 2.,
TIM APPREHENDING UN-IT WA
.1111/11111/1/111Mie BOTH TIMES2AS ARRESTED. FURTHER,
BOTH NAVY AND ARMY UNITS OPERATED INTERROGATION FACILITIES AT
THE MOSUL AIRFIELD.2"

11111110kLLEGED HE WAS ABUSED ON THE SCENE OF HIS FIRST ARREST ON
25 APR 04, BY BEING PUNCHED THE BACK OF THE HEAD TWO TIMES
A_ND TOLD TO "SHUT UP" WFULE HE WAS HANDCUF'FED BEHIND HIS BACK
AND ON HIS KNEES. HE WAS THEN TRANSPORTED TO THE, MOSUL
AIRFIELD, 1VIOSUL, IZ AND KEF'T AT A PLACE CALLED "THE DISCO,"
DURING HIS INTERROGATIONS AT THE"DISCO"MONIKLLEGED HE HAD
HIS JUMPSUIT FILLED WITH ICE A_ND MADE TO LAY DOWN ON A FLOQR
AND HA.13 BAGS OF DIRT PLACED ON HIS L,EGS SO HE COLJI,D NOT MOVE;
HELD DOWN AND PUNCHED ON HIS HEAD; HIT WITH "SMOOTH ROCKS"
ALI, OVER BIS BODY, SHOULDERS AND HEAD; AND SLAPPED, puNcHED
AND KICKE2LEGED HE FIAD TWO OF HIS MOLARS BROKEN
WHILE BEN PUNCHED. FURTHERSIOALLEGED HE HAD WATER
POURED IN HIS MOUTH AND NOSE UNTIL HE FAINTED; AND WAS FORCED
TO STANI) IN FRONT OF AN AIR. CONDITIONER IN WET CLOTHES. alb
FURTHER CLAIMED HE HAD HIS FACE R ir

TALLVaIN URINE ON THE FLOOR,
AND SOMEONE STOMPED ON HIS GRO 11\1 2ALSO ALLEGED BE WAS
AI3USED IN THE SAME MANNER DURING INTERROGATIONS AFTER HE WAS
ARRESTED THE SECOND TIME.

111111.DESCRIBED HOW BE WAS TAKEN TO DIFFERENT FACILITIES AT MOSUL; ONE FACILITY IS WHERE HE WAS ABUSED AND THE OTHER HE WAS TREATED WELL. INVESTIGATION DETERMINED BOTH ARMY ANI) NAVY PERSONNEL HAD SEPARATE INTERROGATION2AND 130TH ARNIY AND NAVY PERSONNEL INTERROGATEDIMOMPTHE ARMY INTERROG TORS WERE IDENIT1FED AND INTERVIEWED AND DENIED ABUSINGMOR WITNESSING HIM BEING Al3USED. SCREENING -REPORTS OMPLETED AT THE TIME OFINIPS INTERROGATIONS WITH ARMY PERSONNEL HAVE BEEN OBTAINE1D AND THERE WERE NO SIGNS OF ABUSE NOTED. OBTAINED FROM ARMY PERSONNEL WERE 5 DETAINEE QUESTIONAIRES THAT ASK DETAINEES HOW THEY WERE TREATED WHILE DETAINED AT THE ARMY DETENTION FACILITY.1111.11TATED ON ALL THE QUESTIONAIRES HE WAS TREATED WELL AT THAT FACILITY.
ALL MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION PERTAINING TcaltiAs BEEN REVIEWED AND THERE WAS NO MEDICAL EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT HIS ALLEGATIONS OF ABUSE. FURILE.L. ARMY DOCTOR.S AND MEDICAL PERSONNEL WHO EXAMINEDMHAVE BEEN INTERVIEWED AND RELATED THERE 'WAS NO PHYSICAL SIGNS OF ABUSE.
INITIAL REPORT:
023902
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THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED ITPON RECEIPT OF MEMORANDUM OF TRANSMITTAL (0093-04-0D789) FROM THE 75TH MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT', BAGHDAD CENT CORRECTIONAL FACILITy (BCCF), ABU GBRAM, THAT MR. 0111.REPORTED HE WAS ABUSED WITILE DETAINEID AT MOSLTL, IZ. -
PRELIWNARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ABUSED MR. PUNCHING HIM, KICKING HIM AND POURING VVATER ON HIS HEAD, FILLING HIS JUMPSUIT WITH ICE, STRIKING HIM WITH STONE,S AND BOARDS AND RUB.I3ING HIS FACE IN URLNE.
ON 13 JUL 04, MR. 111111RWAS INTERVIEWED WHEREIN HE STATED HE 'WAS CAPTURED BY US FOR S, TAKEN TO A DETENTION FACILITY LN MOSUL CALLED 'DISCO", DUE TO MUSIC BEING PLAYED, WHERE HE WA.S SUBSEQUENTLY ABUSED BY HIS INTERROGATOR.S. MR. 111111PFURTITER STATED HE WAS CAPTURED 19 DAYS AFTER BEING RELEASED, TAKEN TO THE SAME LOCATION AND SLTBJECTED TO THE SAME 'TYPE OF AB-USE BY TIM SAME INDIVIDUALS.
ON 13 JUL 04 CPT 1VIAJ (DR)2 ONDUCTED A MEDICAL SCREENING AND PHYSICAL OF MR.2ON ARRIVAL TO BCCF. CPT...STATED DR. TED BRUISING AROUND TIM RIGHT EYE AND FACE AND A B OKEN RIGHT MOLAR.
EFFORTS ARE ON GOING TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY ANI) INTERVIEW THE UNKNOWN INDTVIDUAL(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR . DETENTION, INTERROGATION AND ABUSE.
INVESTIGATION CONTTNUES BY USACIDC. •
7. COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2 PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORAI3LE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR 380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.
8. CID REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM ALTTOMATIC TERMINATION OF PROTECTIVE MARKING IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.
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023903 000232,
DOD-049463

C I D ,259 8 0 2 7 0

. UNKNOWN ; MALE; WHITE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY
AND MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)

2.
UNKNOWN ; MALE; BLACK; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUEL'TY
AND MALTREATMENT, CONSF'IRACY (NFI)

3.
UNKNOWN ; MALE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT, CONSPIRACY (NFI)

4.
UNKNOWN, ; MALE; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT, CONSF'IRACY (NFI)

5.
VICTIM:
IV; IRAQI; INTERNMENT SERIA.L NUMBER

(ISN):2 ATE OF CAPTURE: 25 APR 04; MALE;
WHITE; MOSUL, IZ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND •
MALTREATMENT; CONSPIRACY (NFI)

6. INVESTIGATIVE SUN/WARY: THE INFORIVIATION IN THIS REPORT IS
BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND

-v Er 11 • N.
THIS IS AN "OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.

STATUS:

THIS STATUS REPORT WAS GENERATED TO REF'ER THIS INVESTIGATION
TO THE UNITED STATES NAVY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION SERVICE (NCIS)
FOR. COMPLETION.

TIIIS INVESTIGATION IS BEING FORWARDED TO NCIS AS THE
INVESTIGATION TO DATE HAS DETERMINED THE ALLEGATION OF ABUSE •
DID NOT OCCUR W.BILE THE DETAINEE WAS IN THE CUSTODY OF ARMY
PER.SONNEL. IT IS BELIEVED THAT IF THE ALLEGED OFFENSES OCCURRED
THEY -WERE PERPETRATED I3Y MEMBERS OF THE US NAVY OR MARINE
CORPS. ALI, US ARMY LEADS HAVE BEEN EXHAUSTED; THEREFORE, THIS
INVESTIGATION IS REFERRED TO THE NCIS FOR ACTION DEEMED
APPROPRIATE.

INVESTIGATION DETERMINED...WAS ARRESTED ON TWO SEPARATE
OCCASSIONS, 25 APR 04, AND 21 MAY 04. AFTER HIS FIRST ARRESTS/MO
WAS TAKEN TO THE MOSUL AIRFIELD, MOSUL, IZ AND INTERROGATED.

1111.1111PENT APPROXIMATELY 8 DAYS AT MOSUL AND WAS MISTAKENLY RELEASED ON OR AROUND 3 MAY 041111.116WAS AGAIN ARRESTED ON 21 MAY 04 AND TAKEN BACK TO THE MOSUL AIRFIELD AND INTERROGATED' AGAIN. MAINED AT MOSUL UNTIL HE WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE BA2CENTRAL CONFINEMENT FACILITY (BCCF), ABU GHRAIB
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PRISONLIZ, ON OR AROUND 9 JUN 04. INVESTIGATION ALSO DETERMINED
THE APPREHENDING UNIT2
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Tx NAvY AND2TS OPERATE]) INTERROGATION FACILITIES AT
THE MOSUL AIRFIELD-.

dIESALLEGED HE WAS ABUSED ON THE SCENE OF HIS FIRST ARREST ON 25 APR 04, BY BEING PUNCHED IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD T'WO TIMES
• A,ND TOLD TO "SHUT UP" WHILE HE \VAS HANDCUFF'ED BEHIND HIS BA.CIC A_ND ON HIS KNEES. HE WAS THEN TRANSPORTED TO THE MOSUL AIRFIELD, MOSUL, IZ AND ICEPT AT A PLACE CALLED "THE DISCO." DURING HIS INTERROGATIONS AT THE "DISCOAMISALLEGED HE HAD HIS JUMPSUIT FILLED WITH ICE AND MADE TO LAY DOWN ON A FLOOR AND HAD BAGS OF DIRT PLACED ON HIS LEGS SO HE COULD NOT MOVE; HELD DOWN AND PUNCHED ON HIS HEAD; HIT WITH "SMOOTH ROCKS" ALL CIV-Ek HIS ODY, SHOULDERS A_ND HEAD; AND SLAPF'ED, PUNCHED AND KICKED.2LEGED HE HAD TWO OF HIS MOLARS BROICEN WHILE BEING PUNCHE,D. F'URTHER,4111111PiLLEGED HE HAD 'WATER POURED IN HIS MOUTH AND NOSE UNTIL I-LE FAINTED; AND WAS FORCED TO STAND IN FRONT OF AN AIR coNwrioNER IN WET CLOTHES.
." " " .11 I' D IN URINE ON THE FLOOR,
A_ND SOMEONE STOMPED ON HIS GROIN/OWLS° ALLEGED HE WAS
ABUSED IN THE SAME MANNER DURING INTERROGATIONS AFTER HE WAS
AMSTED, THE SECOND TIME.

IrlipESCRIBED HOW HE WA.S TAKEN TO DIFFERENT FACILITIES AT
OSUL; ONE FACILITY IS WHERE FIE WAS ABUSED AND THE OTHER BE
WAS TREATED WELL. INVESTIGATION DETERMWED BOTH ARMY AND
NAVY PERSONNEL HAD SEF'ARATE INTERROGATION FACILITIES AND
130TH ARMY AND NAVY PERSONNEL INTERROGATED tillinTHE ARMY
INTERROG TORS, WERE IDENITIFED AI\113 INTE,RVIEWE AND DENIED
ABUSIN2R WITNESSING HIM BEING ABUSED. SCREENING
REF'ORTS COMPLETED AT THE TIME OFINIMPNTERROGATIONS WITH
ARMY- PERSONNEL HAVE BEEN OBTAINED AND THERE WERE, NO SIGNS OF
ABUSE NOTED. OBTAINED FR.OM ARMY PERSONNEL WERE 5 DETAINEE
QUESTIONAMES THAT ASK. DETAINEES HOW THEY WERE TREATED WHILE
DETAINED AT THE ARMY DETENTION FACILITY.OIMSTATEID ON ALL
THE QUESTIONAIRES HE WAS TREATED WELL AT THAT FACILITY.
ALL MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION PERTAINING TCOMMOTAS BEEN
REVIEWED AND THERE WAS NO MEDICAL EVIDENCE TQ SUPPORT BIS
ALLEGATIONS OF ABUSE. FURTHER, ARMY DOCTORS AND MEDICAL
PERSONNEL 'WHO EXAMIN-EBelliHAVE BEEN INTERVIEWED AND
RELATED THERE WAS NO PHYSICAL SIGNS OF ABUSE.
INITIAL REPORT:
023905

00023,9
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED UPON RECEIPT OF MEMORANDUM OF TRANSMITTAL (0093-04-011)789) FROM THE 75Thi IVIILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT, BAGHDAD CENT CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (BCCF), ABU GBRAIB, IZ, THAT MR.2F'ORTED HE WAS ABUSED WHILE DETAINED AT MOSUL, IZ.
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN- ABUSEDMR1111.1103Y PUNCHING HIM, KICKING HIM AND POURING WATER ON HIS HEAD, EMU:NOTES JUMPSUIT WITH ICE, STRIKING HIM WITH STONES AND BOARDS AND RUBBING xis FACE IN URINE.
. ON 13 JUL 04, MR.111111/WAS INTERVIEWED WHEREIN HE STATED HE WAS
CAPTLTRED BY US FORCES, TAK.EN TO A DETENTION FACILITY IN MOSUL CALLED "DISCO", DUE TO MUSIC I3EING PLAYED, WHERE BE WAS SIJBSEQUENTLY ABUSED BY HIS INTERROGATORS: MRIONINFuRTHER STATED HE WAS CAPTURED 19 DAYS AFTER BEING RELEASED, TAKEN TO 'ITTE SAME LOCATION AND SUBJECTED TO THE SAME TYPE OF ABUSE BY THE SAME INDIVIDUALS.
ON 13 JUL 04, CPT (DR WAS INTERVIEWED AND STATED
PHYSICAL OF MR410111.1,PON ARRIVAL TO BCCF. CPTIIIIIIITATED DR.
411.1.111\TOTED BRUISING AROUND THE RIGHT EYE AND FACE AND A BROKEN RIGHT MOLAR.
EFFORTS ARE ON GOING TO LOCATTE, FULLY IDENTIFY AND INTERVIEW THE UNKNOWN INDIVIDUAL(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR MR DETENTION, INTERROGATION AND ABUSE.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.
7.
COMmANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2 PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR 380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

8.
CID REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM ATJTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTTVE MARKJNG IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.


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000240

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0233-04-CID259-80270
1.TNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICI4L USE OILY

DATE: 5 OCT 2004

FROM: SAC, .78TH MTLITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD)

TO.:.

DIRECTOR, USACRdr.USACIDC, FORT BELVOIR, VA
CDR HQUSACIDC ATTN: CIOP-ZA, FORT BELVOIR, VA

1


CDR, 22N6 MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (CID)(FWD)

CDR,-5.1) MILITARY POLTCE GROUP (CID)

CDR, 78TRMILITARY PoLIcE: DET (CID) (FWD).

MNF-1, CHIEF OF STAFF, DETAINEE. OPS -

PROVOST MARSHALr MNF-1o.

LNO CID,. MNF-1 (FOR FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

.
SUBJECT: CID REPORT -2D STATUS/SST - 0233=04-CID259-80270-
/5C1C/5Y2E/5X1

DRAFTER: SA

RELEASER: SA

1, DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS' OF OCCURRENCES:
25 Apr 2004/ 0130 HRS - 2- MAY 2004/ 2400 HRS;
64'

MOSUL AIRPORT, AKA: "THE DIsqQ", MOSUL, IZ
, bie-t

_.
2.. 21 MAY 2004/ 0001 HRS --28 MAY 2004/ 2400 1-13;
MDSUL AIRPORT, AKA: "THE DISCO", MOSUL; IZ

2. DATE/TIME REPORTED: 27 JUL 2004, 0900 HRS

3, INVESTIGATED BY: SAIMMO11.1110111111, SA.11111.0
IMOMAIWAVAI SA 41/111.111111111111.111101.111111. SA

.SAoSA -
SA
SAo SA

4, SUBJEcT: 1.: (UNKNOWN)" M; WHITE; (NFI) [AGGRAVATED

ASSAULT] [CRUELTY ND MAT,TRATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

2. (UNKNOWNy: M; BLACK;' (NFI) [AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY'

(UNKNOWN)-;.

(NFI)AAGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY].

,

4: (UNKNOWN); D.4; (NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT]. [CONSPIRACY]

,.

023907
00024
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

0233,04-CID259-80270
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL IJSE QNLY

VICTIM* [CORRECTED] . ISN:

..

WHITE; DATE OF
CAPTURE' 25 APR 04*(NFIY [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND
MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: THE INFORMATION-IN THIS REPORT
IS BASED PPoN2ALLtGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
AND MAY CHANGE FRIOR-TO,-THE COMPLETION OF THE •
INVESTIGATION.

THIS IS AN "OPERATION IRAdI FREEDOM" INVESTIGATION.
2D STATUS;
a-el-'71/1-7 7--bc.J
THIS STATUS REPORT WAS FORWARDED TO CORRECT THE REPORTING
FORMAT OF MR .111111110ISN. 4,414'7"

.INITIAL REPORT:
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED UPON RECEIPT OF MEMORANDUM
OF TRANSMITTAL (0093-04-CID789r FROWTHE 75TH MILITARY
POLICE DETACHMENT, BAGHDAD CENTRAL CORRECTIONAL,FACILITY
(BCCF), ABU GHRAIB, IZ, THAT MR..411111011REPORTED HE WAS •
ABUSED WHILE DETAINED AT MOSUL,'IZ.
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ABUSED
MR.411111.14U PUNCHING HIM, KICKING HIM AND POURING WATER ON
HIS HEAD, FILLING HIS JUMPSUIT WITH ICE, STRIKING HIM WITH
STONES AND BOARDS AND RUBBING HIS FACE IN URINE.

ON 13 jUL 04, MR. ell. WAS INTERVIEWED. WHEREIN HE STATED
HE WAS CAPTURED-BY QS FORCES TAKEN TQ A DETENTION:FACILITY
IN MOSUL CALLED "DISCO", DUE TO:MUSIC BEING PLAYED, WHERE
HE WAS.SUBSEQUENTLY ABUSED BY HIS INTERROGATORS. MR.0111111
FURTHER STATED HE WAS CApTURED 19 DAYS AFTER BEING.
RELEASED, TAKEN TO.THE SAME LOCATION ANDSUBJECTED TQ THE
SAME TYPE OF ABUSE BY THE SAME INDIVIDUALS. •

ON 13 JUL 04, CPT (DRAIIIIIMINIININIWAS INTERVIEWED AND
STATED MAJ (DR)eIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIMONDUCTED A MEDICAL
SCREENING AND PHYSICAL OF MR.41111110PON ARRIVAL TO BCCF.
CPT41111116TATED DRAINED NOTED BRUISING AROUND THE RIGHT
EYE AND FACE AND A BROKEN RIGHT MOLAR.
023908 2
00024?
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

0233-04-CID259-80270 UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OF'FICIAL USE ONLY

EFFORTS ARE ON GOING TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY, AND
INTERVIEW THE UNKNOWN INDIVIDUAL(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR MR.

v?ti

.o .

01111110DETENTION, INTERROGATION AND ABUSE.

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.

7. COMANDERS ARE .REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 60.0'8-2
PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS' AND

AR 380-67 TOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF
PERSONS UNDER.INVESTIGATION.

8. CID REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF
PROTECTIVE MARKING IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 31 AR 25-55.

023909
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 2 000243

-FOR OFFICIAL -IAE ONLY

DATE_:' 27. JU1:2004
FROM: SAC, 78TH MILITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD).
DIRECTOR,:J7SACK; USACTDC, FORT-BELVOIR,
CDR, HQUACIPC ATTN: CIOP-ZA, FORT BELVOIR, VA
CDR, 227° MILITARY POLTCE BATTALTON (CID) (FWD)

CDR, 3D MILITARY POLICE GROUP. (CID)
CDR, 7137 MILITARY POLICE DET (CID) (FWD)
MNF-1, CHIEF OF STAFF,: DETAINEE OPS

PROVOST MARSHAL, MNF-I
LNO2 (FOR.FURTHER DISTRIBUTION)

SUBJECT: C.TD REPORT -INITLAL/SSI - 0233-047CID259-80270-
/5C1C/5Y2E/5X1

DRAFTER : SA
RELEASER: SA

1.. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS: OF OCCURRENCES:
1, 25 Apr 2004/ 0130 HRS22 MAY 2004/ 2400. HP,S;,
MOSUL AIRPORT, AKA:-"THE DISCO"., MOSUL, 'Z.

2, 21 MAY 2004/ 0001 HRS - 28 MAY 2004/ 2400 HRS;
MOSUL AIRPORT, AKA: ''THE DISCO", MOSUL, IZ

2. DATE/TIME REPORTED: 27 JUL 2004, 0900 HRS
3. INVESTIGATED BY: SA.011111MMIIIIMIle SANIIIMMO
; S2 sA /02-1

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

2, (UNKNOWN); M; BLCK;f(NFI) [AGGRAVATED
ASSAULT] [CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

3. (UNKNOWN); MI (NFfl [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

• 4, (UNKNOWN); M; WFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT]
[CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT] [CONSPIRACY]

. vicTim.

frawas¦raciv;-NDRs wimp IsN641elimmemmpow DATE OF CAPTURE; 25 APR 04; 1v1;, MOSUL,27C,,y
o23910
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 2 00,92

UNCLASSIFIED - FOR. OFFICIAL 2ONLY

IZ;(NFI) [AGGRAVATED ASSAULT] [CRUELTY'AND MALTREATMENT]

[CONSPIRACY] , .

.

6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: TUE INFORMATION' IN.THIS REPORT
IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
AND MAY CHANGE 1:RIOR TO THE-COMPLETION OF THE.

'
TNVESTIGATION...

THIS IS AN ="OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM" INVEST/GATIQN.

,

THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITTATED UPON RECEIPT OF MEMORANDUM
OF TRANSMTTTAL (0093-04-CID789Y FROM THE 7-$74 mILITARY
PolitcE DETAcHmENT, BAGHDAD CENTRAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

(BCCF), ABU GHRAIB, IZ, THAT MRAMMUMNPREPORTED HE WAS -

ABUSED WHILE DETAINED AT MOSUL, 'Z.

"o .

-.

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ABUSED

1111.111111.EY PUNCHING HIM, KICKTNG HIM AND' POURING WATER ON
HIS HEAD, FILLING HIS JUMPSUIT WITH ICE, STRIKING HIM WITH
qTONFIR Amp ROARaR ANTI IRTTRRTIV, HTS FACP._IN

ON 13 jUL 04,oWAS INTERVIEWED WHEREIN HE STATED
HE WAS CAPTURED EY US FORCES, TAKEN TO A DETENTION FACILITY
IN MOSUL CALLED miscoq,' DUE TO MUSIC EETNG PLAYED, WHERE' .

HE WAS SUESEQUENTLY AEUSEP'Y HIS INTERROGATORS. MR.111111111101111111
FURTHER STATED Hg wAs cAPTuRED 19 DAYs AFTER EgING
RELEASED, TAKEN TO THE SAME LOCATION AND SUBJEQTED TO THE
SAME TYPE OF ABUSE BY THE SAME INDIVIDUALS. .

ON 13 JUL 04, cPT (DRAINIIM¦111111wAs INTERVIEWED AND
STATED MAJ (DRAIMMENUMENUMMICONDUCTED A MEDICAL
SCREENING AND PHYSICAL OF MRAMMUMMOUPON ARRIVAL TO BCCF.
CPT...STATED DR.....NOTED BRUISING AROUND THE RIGHT
EYE AND FACE AND A BROKEN RIGHT MOLAR.

EFFORTS ARE ON GOING' TO LOCATE, FULLY IDENTIFY, AND'
INTERVTEW THE UNKNOWN INDIVTPUAL(S) RESPONST13LE FOR

ONONIMODETENTION, INTERROGATION AND ABUSE.

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES EY USACIDQ.

7. COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROV1$IONS OF AR 600-8-2
PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORAELE PERSONNELkACTIONS AND
AR 380,-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF
PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

023911
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UNCL,ASSIFIED - FOR. OFFICIAL 1.ISE ONLY

S. CTP RFPORTS ARE FUMPT FROM AUTOMATTC TFRMINATTON OF PROTECTIVE MARKING IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.
023912

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0900
27 Jul 04 0233-04-CID259-80270

8. ASSIGNED TO3. OFFENSE

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023914
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DATE.
OFFENSE' SUBJECT/ UNKNOWN ASSIGNED TO: ABAGLO
24 Jan 05. Undetermined death VICTIM: Mr.
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24 Jan 052Obtain SJA Opine. 24 Jan 05 Draft final
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TIME, DATE,AND AGENT
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Coordinated with LTAIIIIMMI SJAi and ENS...MP
wh° related theY assisted in the Processing o

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caPture and hie release and subseque
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States Marine Corps (USMC)

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file concerning Mr
to included medical recOrds. LT011111,tated after
initial caPture of Mr 4111111111 he had been turned over
to an ArmY Reserve/ National Guard detainment
facility, commonly called the "Disco". ENS40100
related, the "Disco" had been operated bY a
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detainment facility. (See AIR an ainment
Files)

LT 1111111111and ENsOINNOProvided a.

Coordinated with SSgtelliMMOvho related he is

available for interview concerning this investigation

but to mission restraints he was unable to leave the

Camp Grey Wolfe area. SSgt4IIMMINDstated he could be

reached through DNVT 411111111111; email IIIIIIIIIIINI@orha.centcom.smil.mil or through Capt am.
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TIME, DATE, AND AGENT
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Updated SITREP. TO SAC. While reviewing this file and subsequent email f m2Mosul concerning investigation 0252-04-CID259-802 6, it appears the detention facility the "Disco" referred to a collnex th 2sed in Mosul that had lights and music used. to disorient detainees prior to interrogation. The treatment of the detainees was similar in both cases, ice in the jumpsuits and such. I feel the interview of Ssgt2may apply to both investigations.
Coordinated with 1,T eputy C2 Corps, Multi National Corps Iraq ( Z Who relate she had no lcnowledge of the whereal3outs SPC TC2lated if he returned to the 202"IMI l3N he would fa Camp Slayer, Ba. hdad, IZ. LTC ould not provide an achtiona
iasen 'cation of L,T provi e an address for LTC n Camp Slayer:
Updated SIT REP to SAC.
ho conducted a records search to locate LTC An email address was found for a LTC 2 202nci , sequent email was sent re uesting he Contac 2via email. 'ed SAC2Email posted to
ied as the Unit CDR for SPC on Camp Slayer but I can not find out where on Slayer.
and SA2coordinated with CPT
Intelligence Battalion, Camp Slayer, Iraq who related SPC
was currently assigned to a Mobile Intenogation Teatu conducting operations with the U.S. Marine a roxiinatel 40 miles south of Baghdad. CP2elated SP2 'ssion is scheduled2to end around 4 Oct and related it would be nearly impossible, logistically, to have SPC2ravel to this office for interview. CPTailin. related the route to SP 2s location was a hostile fire route and it would be difficult to justify assembling a convoy for just one person. CPT
tated it would be equally impossible to obtain a helicopter for transportation and difficult to coordinate with the U.S. Marines and find a replacement for
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16 Oct 04, OEM Updated SITIREP to SAC
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1 Nov 04/.11/11. SPC ontacted this office Kid rescheduled his interview for 2 Nov 04 at bet2,/ ‘44,77.0.
1000, 2 Nov 04/MII Interviewed to his knowledge of the abuse
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operating the Mosul Det Facility had the 2ID patch (email posted to file)

Received email from SACM11111001io related the unit running the detention facility wears a reserve patch, which is the key8tone, as in Pennsylvian is the keystone state. . The THT that was here at the time wore the 2ID patch. They were out of Ft Lewis and redeployed about 3 or 4 weeks ago.
Agent Comment: The THT team was intervieWed on the initial RFA to Mosul
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Received, an email from SAMININho related the neWly assigried case agent wals SA who could be reached at Illkallnind emailecl ncis.na .mil.
Updated SITREP. To SAC.
I discussed this investigation with2 ho agreed to attempt to obtain the Portion of tile investigation concerning M 2rom NCIS.
Sent an ernail to SAIIIIII.which related the following: SAIIIIInbriefed nne and told me you were the new case agent for this investigation. I am not sure if SAIIIIMPold you, bUt I have to 'present weekly updates to US Arrny CID ComMand (conderning our detainee abuse investigations) who in turn brief the SECDEF. If possible oauld You send rne a weakly email concerning the status of the investigation, even if there is nothing new to report, Until the investigation 18 completed?
There was one additional lead which I disci not get a conformation on from SA and that was the interview of Ssg USMC, email
orha.centcom.srnil.mil (NFI . LT SJA, Baghdad, Iraq, related he interrogated Mr t some poin ay have additional information (Mr2listed2a v ctim in my inve on 0233-04-CID259-80270 I do not know2 urrent locatio d waS vvondering if SA
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Received an email from SAIIIMewhich related the following:
I have hot yet reviewed...Nile regarding this investigation - although we have
spoken several times about this case.
At present, I do not believe that I need any additional inforrnation from you.
I will find oui how you can get a copy of the NCIS reporting on this case I will

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probably have to refer you to NCISHQ -but I vvill pre-brief this for you so you are
contacting a
NCIS agent who is receptive to your needs.

Received an email from SAM. which related the following:

SAMOS still maintains the NCIS case file regarding the 130CT04-N C­0107-7GNA investigation regarding th
I rnet with him today Thu, 30Dec04, and I will meet with hirn again on Mon,
03Jan05 regarding this investigation.

For your SOG briefing, there is no new information to report. VVe are aware of
your need for copies of the NCIS reporting and will find a solution for you.
I have requested access to sipmet, but at present do not have authorization to
utilize siprnet. I expect a solution for this issue by 07Jan05.


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5 Jan 04/SAC/TC Since we axe preparing to transfer control of the investigations, we need to ensure
I:215 the following takes place, which will help aid in a smooth transfer of cases: .
1.
Update all IPs w/outstanding and completed leads.

2.
Upd.ate all 66s w/outstanding and cornpleted R_FAs.

3.
Update all AAS. You AAS should provide the agent assuming the ca.se with a snapshot of where you are in your case. (this should be in 2-conjunction with your IP)

4.
Prepare draft fmals for all ROM, and place in case file.

5.
Prepare your AlRs for all files, to include SDFs. Make size 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 ord.er — all files should be set up
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Agent comments: There are enough evidences to establish that at sorre point of time the place "Disco" d.id exist. It remains to establis ho perated "Disco": . ack of e • I - . - to establish Mr. as abused during
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24 Jan 05, 1111111 The investigation was initiated on 27 Jul 04, upon receipt of a Memorandum of
Transmittal (MOT) 0093-04-C113789, from the 75th Military Police Det,achrnent,
Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (I3CCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, tha.t Mr MO
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ck laid down his head on a. blocic of ice. and held his legs with bags of dirt. Mr. IIIIIIgrelated he was captured 19 days after being released, taken to the sanie location and. subjected to the same type of abuse by the saine individual's, Dr (CPT)1111.1111111/11111111111111111111/110, 391st Military Police Battalion, Detainee Aid Station, BCCF, IZ was interviewed and stated Dr

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-. AIR of SAIIIIPdated 2 Nov 04, Noted interview with Navy personnel involved in detainee in-processing. Most relevant, Navy representative claimed "Disco" was operated by Permsylvania National Guard or Reserve Arrny Unit. Later interview with SSG garevealed the "Disco" was a conex container that had speakers inside and operated b 2disorient and confuse cletar.
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19114ar 05 Coordinated with Ops Officer CW441/1111. lth MP BN CID, Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342, who related that the Commanding General FIQUSACIDC, MG Donald RYDER, had. authorized the refening of 61 ti2certain investigation to other investigative units. Any criminal investigation where t.he remaining leads to be completed are best conducted by another
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1900/ 01 APR 05 Generated and forwarded CAT I Update to SAC detailing significant investigative activity fi-om 13 Feb 05-19 Feb 05.
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Assumed investigative responsibility for this case.

05 Reviewed case file arid -documented pertinent information in AM..
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Noted in case 0252-04-CB)259-80286, was that a AR 15-6 investigation into
allegations of abuse concerning Navy personnel and it includes personnel at
Mosul. Coordination has been made to obtain a copy of the AR 15-6
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available to this office.
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navy persormel identified as having been involved i41111111111apprehension and
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Reviewed case file and documented pertinent inforrnation in AIR.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Criminal Investigation Command
48th Military Police Detachment (CIDXFWD)
3rd Military Police Group (CID)
Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq
APO AE 09342

CIMPL,-FCM , 3 IVIay 2005
MEMORANDUM FOR Director, Nayal Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS),
Washington Navy Yard, Building 200, 1014 N. Street, SE Suite 102, Washington D.C.
20374-5008

SUBJECT: Memorandum of Referral (0233-04-CID259-80270)
1.
The attached CID report and supporting documentation are forwarded for information
and/or action deemed necessary.

2.
On 27 Jul 04, this office received an allegation that Mr.11111111111111111111*; Internment
Serial NUmber (ISN):11111111111111111.Phad been abused while detained in Mosul, IZ,
by U.S. Coalition Forces4111111111111eged after he has arrested, blindfolded and
handcuffed, he wag punched in the back of the head and then transported to the Mosul
Airfield, Mosul, IZ, and kept at a place called "The Disco." During interrogations at "The
Disco".1111111Mileged he had his jumpsuit filled with ice and was made to lay down on
a floor with bags of dirt on his legs so he could not move; held down and punched on his
head; hit with "smooth rocks" all over his body, shoulders and head; and slapped,
pimched and kicked.1111111111ilso alleged he had two of his molars broken while being
punched. Further,allealleged he had water poured in his mouth and nose until he
fainted, and was forced to stand in fi-ont of an air conditioner in. wet clothes.1111/1.so
claimed he had his face rubbed in mine on the floor, and someone stomped on his groin.

111111111111finther alleged he was abused in the same manner during interrogations after he wa,s arrested the second time.M -
3. Investigation detenninedIMIIII was arrested on two separate occasions, 25 Apr 04,
and 21 May 04 and the apprehending unit was M bM2_
611/111111111111Mboth tirnes. Investigation also deten-nined both Army and Navy
personnel had separate intenogation facilities at the Mosul Airfield and both Army and.
Navy personnel interrogated1111111111rhe Army interrogators and Anny medical
personne w1

1....-acl contact withelMwere identified and interviewed and denied
abusingMwitnessing hirn being abused. All medical reports completed by Army
personnel have been reviewed and there were no indications of abuse noted. Further,
1111111111.answers on forms provided to him by Army personnel asking him to describe

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how he was treated while in Army custody showed he was treated well while at the Ariny
facilities.

4. The Final Referred Report and exhibits are being forwarded with this memorandum.
6. Point of contact for this office is the undersigned at DSN 318.011Mix email:.
4.111111111 .mil.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Army Crimirtal InVestigation Ccimmand
3"1Military Police Group (CID)
Detainee Abuse Task Force
Baghdad, Iraq
APO AE 09342

24 Sep 04

MEMORANDUM FOR Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Southwest Field Office, ATTN:2 San Diego', CA
SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) (0233-04-CM259-80270)
1. This investigation was initiated based upon receipt of a Memorandum of Transmittal (MOT) (0093-04-CID789) froin the 75 Military F'olice (MP) Detachment (DET), Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (I3CCF), Abu Ghraib, Iraq (IL), that Mrellell"Intern Serial Number (ISN)1111111111111111111111reported he was abusied while detained at Mosul, IZ.
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2. On 12 Jul 04, SA 0111111=11==75 MP DET, BCCF, Abu Ghraib, IZ, interviewed Mr
---4111Mlio reported he had been abused while at the Mosul detention facility.; in particular a locanon known as the "Disco" to detainees. Mr01111111111klated this abuse took many forms, to include having ice poured m Ins Jumpsuit then being forced to lay down and use a block of ice as a pillow. Mr...Stated bags of dirt had been placed on his feet so he could not mow, at which time several people punched him on his head and body. Mr 111111111111so related water was poured into his nose and mouth until he became unconscious.
3.On 4 Sep 04, this office received. information that the "Disco" had been a detention and
interrogation connex, in the Mosul area, operated byMo has since redeployed to
San Diego, CA. The "Disco" was reported to have bright lights and playe 2ic both of b
which were used to diorient the detainees prior to interrogation.
4. Request your office coordinate with 2 ased out of San Diego, CA and determine the location of the "Disco" 2conduct a crime scene examination of the "Disco". Further request your office locate 2y identify, and conduct subjectinterview(s) of the mernbers o 2hich operated the "Disco", concerning thealleged abuse reported by Mr alms Please offer and conduct a polygraph examinationof the subject(s) identified and obtain 2identification, major case prints, and mug shot photographs. Conduct any other activity your office deems appropriate.
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CIMPR-FR SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) (0252-04-CID259-80286) 0 R33-04-- CAI) 2-5"9- 8CIR
5. POC this office is SA2 DSN 318111MM the un.dersigned at 2__,Iraq.centcom.smil.mil . Please acknowledge receipt of this RFA along vvith your office's case number via email.
Encls(7)
1 - AIR of SA215 Jul 04. CW3, MP ,
1- AIR SA21 Jul 04: SPecial Agent in Charge
3 - Detainment File of Mr
3 Sep 04. 52etainment File of1VIr 4 - AIR of SA. Gi-1117-74-Y
Statement of Mr201 Medical Fi
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US Ariny Criminal Investigation Commarid
3rd Militai-y Police Group
78th Military Police DetaChnient (OD) (FWD),
13a.glidad„ Itaq APO AE 09342

CIMPR-FR 5 Aug 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, PriSon InterrogatiOri Team, Baghdad Central COnfinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, Iraq (IZ) APO AE 09335
SUBJECT; Request for Assistance (RFA) 0233-04-013259-80270
1.- On 27 jul 04, this office received a Mernorandurn of Transmittal from the 75th Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abu Gliraib,, IZ, that mt....1w' reported he was abused while detained at an unknoWn location at the Mosul Airport, I.Z.
Preliminary investigation revealed person(s) unknown allegedly abused Mr. unchin him kickin . him with stories and. boards and rubbing his face in urine.
On 13 Jul 04, Mr. flailikas interviewed wherein he stated he was captured by US Forces, taken to a detention facility in Mosul, called the "Disco", due to music being played, where he wo subsequently abused by his interrogators. Mr. 1111110further stated he was released cdptured 19 days later, and then submitted to the same abuse at the same location.
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On 28 Jul 04, SA 1111111.111111111111111.75th Military Police Detachment (CID), Mosul, IZ, 0 AE 09334, interviewed SPC2 209th Military
' Intelligenee (MI)

ompany, LSA Diamondback, Mosul, who stated she was told by Military Police Mr )96.1toci
ad suffered an injnry prior to his capture but could not recall seeing any injuries to MI-
SPC A Co 202nd MI Battalion (BN), BCCP, Abu Ghraib, IZ, had interviewed Mr and rnay also be able to provide fiirther information.
Request your office interview SPC4111111111111111Itoncerning his knowledge of the incident and conduct any additional investigative activity within your office's AOR, which is identified during the conduct of this RFA. Please do not dose the RFA until coordination/notification by this office is conducted.
4. This is a Category I Report of Investigation. Results will be provided to this office within 24 hours of receipt. Reasons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be expeditiously provided th this office.
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ClMF'R-FR SUBJECT: R.equest For Assistance 0233-04-CID259-80270
5. 'Joint of COntact for this reque0 is SA at DNVT:2email at
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Anil or the undersigned ar us.army.smil. Request email confiririation of receipt of this RFA.
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DEPARTNIENT OF THE ARMY 75th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID)(-) LSA DIAMONDBACK, MOScA., IRA9 (col. APO AE 09334-6169.c 7

REPLY TO
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ORC.- Wl3E (195-2) 1 Aug 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR. Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military F'olice Detachment (CED), USACIDC, Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342
SUBJECT: First Information Report (0094-04-C11)389)
1.
Reference your Request for Assistance (0233-04-C113259-80270) received on 27 Jul 04.

2.
Requested actions have been coMpleted and documented in the listed enclosures. No further activity is anticipated.

3.
Man hoiu-s expended:

a.. Investigative man-hours: 4
b. Administrative man-hours: 3
4. Surnmary Interrogation Reports (6) have already been transmitted to your office via sipemet
3. Point of contact is, SA us.army.smil.mil or DNVT 111111111111101.
(4) Enclosures:2_
1.
AIR of SAellIll101 Aug 04 CW3, MP

2.
Medical Documents of Mr' Special Agent in Charge

3.
Inmate Receipt (2)

4.
Data Sheet (5) IA-2(4

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0EPARTMENT OF. THE ARIVIYM•

Prisoner Interview/Interrogation TeaM (PITHCID)(FVVD)
75th Military Police Detachment (CID)(-)(FVVD)
Baghdad Central Correctional Facility (BCCF)
Abia Ghraib, iraq APO AE 09341

CIRFR-PIT 15 Jul 04
MEIVIORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 78th Military Police (IVIP) Dethchment
(CID), E3agriclad, Iraq, APO AE 09342 . 2 •

SUBJECT: Mernorandum of Transmittal (0093-04-CID789)
1. On 2 Jul 04, the 504th Military Intelligence (MI) Brigade (BDE), Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC), Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF), Abb 'Ghraib, Irak(AGI), reported that Detainee 2 National Detainee2'4%**? Reporting System (NDRS,111111,1FI, a ege e was a used while detained by U v.1
Forces at an unknown loca ion prior to his arrival at BCCF, AGI.
2. The results of our preliminary investigative actions are documented in the attached
enclosures and are forwarded to your office for action deemed appropriate.
DNvralimpr e_maii:

3. Point of contact for this report is SA 4111111011 .mil or us.army,smil.mil .
A.).461 47(,

Encl
1.
AIR of SA

2.
Statement of Special Agent in Charge

3.
Medical ReCords

4.
Interrogation Report

5.
Sworn Statement of 4Y/b7c,Y

6.
Translation of Statement

7.
Sketch

8.
Dental Exam

9.
Dossier
10.CID Form 44's
11.CD Containing Photographs and Detainee File

023961
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 000049

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'DEPARTMENT OF TILE ARMY
US Army Criminal Investigation-Command"
3rel Military Police Ciroup
78th Military Police Detachment (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342

2
CIMPR-FR 27 Jul 04
MEMORANDUM FOR Special Agent in Charge, 75 Military Police Detachment (Cif?) (FWD)
(-), Mosul, IZ APO AE 09335

SUBJECT: Request for Assistance (RFA) 0233-04-CID259-80270
1 . On 27 Jul 04, this office received a NIernorandum of Transmittal from the 75th Military Police Detachment, Baghdad Central Correctional Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghraib, IZ, that 'grilling reported he was abused while detained at an tmknown location a the Mosul airport, IZ.
2. Preliminary investigation revealed person.(s) unlmown abused Mr.111110oy punching him,
w• iv • .• • `•• II II •

and boards and rubbing his face in urine,.
On 13 Jul 04, Mr./II/was interviewed wherein he stated he was captured by us forces, taken to a detention facility in. Mosul, called "Disco", due to music being played, where he was subsequently abused by his interrogators. Mr.411111,u-ther stated he was released, captured 19 days later, a.nd then submitted to the same abuse at the saine location,
3.
Request your office conduct a search of the records maintained at -the detention facility at
Mosul airport and provide detainee records, interrogation reports, rnedical records, and transfer
paperwork, which pertain to Mr.41111111111

4.
Request your office conduct canvas4 interviews of the capturing unit to determine if anyone
has any information regarding the allegations made by Mr..111.

5.
Request your office locate, fully identify and interview the rnembers
captured Mr.111111.(both occasions) and question them about the allegations of alp-use.

6.
Request your of-fice locate, fully identify and interview the woman who quesfioned Mr.
41111110n. the milvan and acicnowledged his-abuse.

7.
Finally, request your office conduct any additional investigative activity within your office's
AOR, which is identified during the conduct of this RFA and do not close the RFA until
notification by this office.

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SUB.TECT: Request For Assistance 0233-04-CID259-80270

8. This is a Category I Investigation. Results will lie provided to this office vvithin 24 hours of receipt R.easons for non-compliance with the 24-hour response time limit will be expeditiously provided to this office.
9. Point of Contact for this request is SA 11111111111111111111 DNVT:411111111111111r email at
2. Request email confirmation of receipt of this RFA.
641 6-7 C-4

(2) Encls 1.. Detainee file of Mt. 2 W2, MP
2. AIR of SA2ul 042Special Agent,in-Chge ,
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Sent Monday, October 4, 2004 10:45 ani To 11.11111111111111.1E-mail)1111111111111111111111rus.army.smil.mil Subject FW: 0233-04-6I.D259 Attachments
0233-04-259-B.pdf 1.4ME3
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Sent: Monday, Odober 04, 2004 9:23 AM To: CRC (E-nriail) Subject: FIN: 0233-0.4-CID259
Original Message 2 From: 6111111.11111111111MW4 MNC-I 22d MP Bn (CID) S-3 Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2004 7:47 PM To: 3 CID EOC (E-mail)
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Sent Wednesday, August 25, 2004 10:44 pm
11?2 us.army.mil
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Subject. Re: RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270
I rernember the MOT. It was my case I believe. I will check and get back to you.
SA
75th MP Det (dID
PriSoner InterrbgatiOn Team
Abu Ghraib,,Iraq APO AE 09342

From-2 us.army.mil
Date: e ne ay, ugust 25, 2004 3:56 pm
Subject: Re: RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270

anhor he into.
I attachec! the RFA I sent, Mrilltent it via siper I think.
The copy of the female detainee e is not needed since you
answered the questions.
Take care and see you on the 29th.

Original Message 2
From:2

us.army.rnil
Date:2

nes ay, ugust 25, 2004 3:00 pm
Subject: Re: RFA 0233-04-dID259-80270 and other stuff

There are no females currently detaineed here or in Bucca. they
were all released, No statements of abuse could be located in
their detainee files. According to my recordt we forvarded the

detainee files on disk to your location. I still have them if
they are lost. Let me know and I will fovvard them on disk on

the
next distro run. Normally statements of abuse are not contained
in
the detainee files.

41111111aidellirrnade
stateMents, but She is a victim in his2

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case.
» Can't find the RFA for-2

Give me our or your correct
number. The name loth s familiar. I searched for your case
number

but it is wrong. 0233 does not belong to that ROI number. It

belongs to §1217. what is the circumstances of the Interview.
Might be able to answer you with out an RFA.

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I will be on Victory on the 29th waiting for RjR on 30 as it sthnds noW. I pian tO stop by you guyS can pick my brain about
detainee Ops and what product we can provide.
Let me know aboutailliir
•, SA 75t Prisoner.InterrOgation Team Abu Givelb, frac/ APO AE 09342
• MEM 2Ori
5 From::2 us.army.mil Date: es aye ugus 24, 2004 11:49 pm Subjed: RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270 and other stuff
• Hi`

5 Can you check the status on the RF
intervi me to send another

copy
of the RFA and attachrnentS, I will.

• .

OPICI you please check vvith S

_ 2 emale detainee, made any statements. If so 2ou scan and forward me a copy with any relevant attachments. If you need, I can send an RFA requesting it. I believe she is listed aS a victirn in the 0003-04 Case and also • a
• possible victirn in my case 0123-04-CID259.
2 . AlSo, in this office's case number 0123-04-CID259, your office . ikEA2• (0062-04:CID789 you relate in an AIR, dated 23 Jusikat
• law er2islted female detainees, NDRS
and had an unknown discussion with them.
I know obtaining the files was cancelled by this office but » could2, you please review their files an determine if any of those
A-n,/

listed
• made any claims of abuse. If so, could you please scan and
email
me a copy of their statements or send kcopy via the regular
distro.
They may haVe been listed or interviewed 110111.003-04
case

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too. Have they been released Or pre they still there?

. I talked to M,.

bout thig (minus the INT of SPC b(c.(2-2 atic
iie re erribers he will ask about that stuff.
i

1111°- I knOw thIS is a lot of
' .
r '., uff ot ask, so, if you need an RFA
will send one out;
..
. - Than-kg; -

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From.Ustarmy.l:nil
Sent SatUrclay;_AUgUst 28, 2004 1;04 pm
to2 s.arm .mil
Ct.

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Subject RFA 0238 04CID259 80270 .
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SAUNIN
I coordinated kth A Co, 202nd MI, and they said SPC
s assigned to Co out at Camp

Slayer, and Is currently on the Mobile Interrogation Team I
e closing out our case. Thanks.
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From: VV2 MNC-1 22ND MP BN (CID) Criminal Intel
iractcentoorn.sm mill

Sent:2. Wednesdaii 8eptetnber 15, 2004 1:20 RI
To: ,. TC 202nd
dc:

Subject: . Imiestlgation.
Importance:. High
SA
8th MP Det (CID), needs to coordinate with you in regards to an on- oing
investigation. ve cc d Ins supervisor above. Please respond to Mr...1.111, so SA

n makecontact with you.

Thank you:
Respectfully,
1.111111111111111 CW2, MP Criminal Intelligence Coordinator
22.13 MP Battalion.-Truth Seekers'
DNVT:
"Truth exivi: only falsehood has to be inPenre4"
.

WARhillcra This message is imeniedfor rhe individual or enti la which it is addressed and may eantetitt ieonnation that is priviledged.law enfor.cement sensinve.
and Aiello' fi-om disclosure under .cipplicoble hme. .#"" the reader aphis message is not the intended recipient message ro the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribiaion
or the employee or agent responsible for delivering thisor copying oink's. commitnication is strictVprahibited "yam have

received this conintnnicarion in errat, please notf6, iMmediate4,by reply or by telephone PNYT (304 .5.50.49.50, and immediately delete this message and all
attachments. Thonk yort.
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Fro mill11111.eus.a rmy.mil Sent Wednesday, August 25, 2004 3:00 pm To2 us,arrn .mil
8cc 1
Cc h(./10 -7 (--1
Subject Re: RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270 and other stuff
There are no females currently detaineed here or in Bucca. they were all released. No statements
of abute could be located in their detainee files. According to my records we forwarded the'
detainee files on disk to your lOcation, 1 still have them if they are lost: Let me know and I will
foward them on disk On the next distrb run. NOrmally statements of abuse are not contained in
the detainee files.

made no staternents,
11111111111111101--7-e Is a victim in his case. .
Can't find the RFA for2 dive me our or your •
-

ct nUmber. The name looks
familiar. I searched for yoUr case mber but it is wrong. 0233 • -s not belong to that ROI.

number. It belongs to 61217. what the circumstances of the interv!
Might be able to

answer you with out an RFA. .
I Will be on Victory on the 29th_waitin fo so you
• rain a out detainee ops nd what product we can provide.
Let me know about...MB
SAVINallia
75th MP Det (CID)(-)
Prisoner Interrogation Team
Abu Ghraib, Iraq APO AE 09342

INNS
Original Message 2
From: 1.11111111111111111rus,army.mil
Date: Tuesday, • 1A-IgT—E
is. 24, 2004 11:49 pm
Subject: RFA 0233 04CID259

-
80270 and other stuff

Can you check the status on the RFA I sent on 5 Aug 04 for the
interview of .SPCIUMNIMIf you need me to send another copy
66,47c---L

of the RFA and attachments, I will.
Also, could you lease ched( with 2
seei

Female detainee, made any statements, If s
could you scan and forward me a copy with any relevant ,b(f 4-7cc-i
attachments. If you need, I can send an RFA requesting2

I

believe she is listed es a victirn in the 0003-04 Case and also a
possible victim in my case 0123-04-CID259.

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. Also, la this office's case number 0123-04-CID259, yOlit OfficO'RFA .
. (00§27.047q0739) yoU relate in
.

ia ' er.On AM, dated 23 Jtin 04 that O
fernale detoineeSt,
'2,2.2.2 NDRS bGY1197cAl
and hod on UnknoWn discusslOn With thetn.,

knOw obtaining th.e filet wet .2 .,2
.
canCelled by this office but Could •
.
:.

_
. made OnY clairns of abUSe, If sO, could you piese Scan and emall'2

ybi.1 pleate revieW their filet on deterMine if any of hose. listed ,
.2.2,
.

Me 0 coOy of their staternentt or Send a coOy'vla the regular' ..
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Have they beeri,released di-ate they still th _•2•2,
le?',,-- '- •: •
. I talked to P;Ir., .

'end.he said if he s'ern.about thit (minut the I.of 5PC beizt/lo,c*"1.
._ bets he will ask at* that stuff,- : .-
, I know thiS is p lot of st

of ask, so, if

will send one out,2u need an RFA I :
1

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Sent:2
MNC-I Special Agent to Chage
To:2

Mcm;lay, Augtist 16, 2004 4:16 PM nswtgap.socom
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I would like tO meet

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Special Agent n2
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78th) MP pet (CID) (FWD)
Cernp Vicb ra APO AE 09342
DSN:

023972 000060

Stieoial Agent to Otlege:,
3 CID SA, Forensic Science Officer
3:02 FM

2 MNC-I Special Agent to Chage RE: CAT 1 RM 0233-04-CID259-80270
I haVe minimal interest in thiS, However, the directive, having cOrne from the CINC, I gave it the appropriate consideration:
Gur number is 6094704-CIP389, CIA $A
--Original Messa
NC-I Special Agent to Chage
Sent:2 4 2:44 PM

To;2
JD SA, Forensic Science Officer
Subjea:2 D259-80270

I have a CAT 1 RFA for Mosul. Thanks.
to tbl'4

«2
RFA Mosuldoc File: Detainee file2
» « File: Al2f »

gent In Charge
78th MP' DET (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq
APO AE.09342

023973 00 0 0§i

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w2 mNQ., s.to cha e
From: W3 CH) SA, Forensic Science Officer Sent: 2 2004 3:31 PM To: VV2 IVINC-1 Special Agent to Cytage Subject: CA 1 RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270
I have determined that the Capturing unit is 2 ey are currently at13IAP. Also pages 4,18, and 10 of the detainee file am illegible. Could you haVe these rree pa s res
Thanks
bh
.

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' FfMin;. 2 MNC-1 SOecial Agent to 'Chace
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To: cip SA, Forensic Sdence Officor

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Sulgeth . - T 1 RFA. 2.-04-010,259-80270 •
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I have a CAT 1 RFA for Mosul. Thanks.
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11•11111111111111.0 tbri
Special Agent In Charge
78th MP LET (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq
APO AE 09342

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023974 _ 000062

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Fn17):oUS-arrnY.srni1.rnil Sent: '2 July 29, 2004 2:69 PM To:2 iraci.centcorn.srnilmil
Subject:2 Fwcl: S1Rs for 399631
Sills for 399531

Here,ere.o

i.Pterro'qation rePOrts PPrtaining to Mr.4111111 ItS easier

to sipe±tetoyoti sinc'they are classj.fied secret-.2
should be

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Fmm: vv2 MNO-I Special Agent to Chage
Sent:. ThUraday,,AbgUst 12c 2004 12:40PM
To: bct 1Cd.army.srnitrnIll
Subject: Detainee use nvestigation', :2•

Contacts:
Good Afternoon
, I arn Special Age ay have some
knowledge,
I would Ike to briefly intenziew the rnembe .OPte..rrnine,if they haye 'poy knOwledge Concerning the
alleged physical abuse of M rOd abUse OCcurred around 2$ Arpr Q3. thrU 2 may 04.

at an area identified as the 'Disco . Please A . ccOurit rny.a0CCOnt he$ nOt been Set up
yet.
Thank you,
SA wit.74)-/
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78th MP Det (CID) (FWD)
Carnp Victo Ira APO AE 09342
IDSN:

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To111111111.11111110.us.armv.mil
Cc
fscc
Subject RFA 0233
42,/ocz--

ent u an email thatM
n not her'e and is at Slayer, I'm not going to haveprepare art Info Report, as.nothing was done on OUr end.
This RFA is closed in the files of

is Office. Take care.
-

SA Assistant Spatial Agent-in-Charge Prison Interrogation Team 7Sth Millthry Police (bET)(CID) AbU Ghruyeb Prison Iraq
A's44,A

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Sent Saturday, August 28, 2004 1.04 pm
To
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Subject RFA 0233-04-C113259-80270
§A1111.1111111
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I Coordinated with A CO, 202nd MI, and they said SPC2assigned to B CO out at CarnpSlayer, and IS currently on the Mobile Interrogation Tearn. I wi f 2cloSlng 6ut our case. Thanks:-
SA.1M
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Orom: . yv3 CID SA, Forensic Science Offider
Sent: Wednesda Jul 8, 2004 3:31 PM
To: VV2 MNC-I Special Agent to Chage
SubOct: RE: CAT 1 RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270 2,

vow
I liave determined that the capturing unit i 2 they are currently at BIAP. AlsO pages 4,18, and 19 of the detainee file are illegible. COuld you have these t rree pageS resent?
11111.1111.2
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I have a CAT 1 RFA for Mosul. Thanks.
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Special Agent In Charge
78th MP DET (CID) (FWD)
Baghdad, Iraq
APO AE 09342

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00006;
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INIMMININOPcyv2 Special Agent to Chage..
From: CW3 CID SA, Forensic Science Officer
Sent , Tuesda , JUI 27, 2004 3:02 PM
To: VV2 MNC-1 Special Agent to Chage
Subject: RE CAT 1 RFA 0233-04-CID259-80270

I have Minimal interest in this. However, the directive, having come from the CINC, I gave it the appropriate consideration.
Our number is 0094-04-CID389. C/A is SAM1111.1111110
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CID SA, Forensic Science Officer
Subject:2 -CID259-80270

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I have a CAT 1 RFA for Mosul. Thanks.
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SpeciatAgent In Charge
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I3cC Subject RFA 0233
F.YI„411.11sent u an 'email thatel.1111111111 not here and is at Slayer. I'm not going to have eilliptepai-e an Info Report, as nothing was done on our end.. This RFA is closed in the files of this Office. Take care.
SAIIIMIN11111.
Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge
Priso.n Interrogation Team •
75th Military Police (DET)(CID)
AbL1 Ghruyeb Prison, Iraq
APO AE 09342

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I coordinated With A Co, 202nd MI, and they said SPC.'s assigned to B Co out at Camp Slayer, and is currently on the Mobile Interro.gation Team. I. will e closing out our case. Thanks.
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I want to thank you in advance for your assistance with the investigation's'. You can use this address for any unclassified cortespOndence. If yOu needto send information concerning the investigations thatis sensitive or classified in nature you can send thern to SA411111111_the Special Agent in Charge of the Task Force. • The'phone connections are riot that good but they are irnproVing,. If you have a DSN phone, the number here IS 2. -
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Hope all is going well for you down there.. Same_ole same ole up here. A mortar took out
the fiber optic cable for oUr SIPR, SO we are pretty much in an infO vacUtM Tight now,

Here's the Oontact info we have fbr the NCIS in San Deigo:

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I'm attaching a feW pictures of the "disco"; which was apparantly_a_conex_thall.M.

pump loud music and lights into for disorientation prior to interrogation, Th,e di8cois

no longer here. I don't know it wa's a8 taken back t0 SD, oT if it was just.diga8sembled.

Either way, it'p not at the SF compound in Mosul anymore.

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FrOm:2 NC-I CID Special Agent Sent:2 e nesday, December 22, 2004 2:49 PM To: ncis.na .mil'2 „ Cc:2 3 MNC-I CID Special Agent Subject:2 rrny CID nves igation (0233-04-CID259,80270 and 0252-04-CID259-80286) NCIS
Investigation 130CTO4-NELC0107-7GNA
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SAIIIIIriefed me and told me you Were the nevi/case agent kir this investigation. I am not sure if SA told you,2a e tO present weekly updates to US Army bib COnimand (concerning OW' detainee abuse inVeligi,$) WhO in tum brief the SECDEP. If possible could yoU send me a vveakly email concerning tile statut Of the investigation, even if there is nothing new to report, until the investigation is completed? Thank you.
Is there anything more I can 'provide you wi wlich ay assist you in the investigation'?
There was one additional2 not get a qformation on from SA am and that was the interview of Ssgt
, SMC.gorha.ceht brn.smil.mil (NFI):. LT2Naval SJA, I3aghdad, Iraq,. relate he interrogated 2some point and may h ve additional informa ion2is listed at a victim in my investigation 0233-04-CID259-8022o not know Ssgt2current location and was ondering if SA was going to track him dovvn and intervieW hi 2rough NCI c anne s or *anted me to interview im once his location has been deterniined?
my investigation 0252-04-CID259-80286). That closes the loop, on t vestige ion. Is there a way that I ban get a copy of the portion of the investigation which Obncerns Mr it I ca close my investigation and submit a supplemental report When I receive the cernple CIS r ort.
Thank you for your help and if there is any additional information you need please feel2o a
Take care and have a safe holiday, 2
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It Was gOod talking to you the other de P¦s Per Our' conversation anytime Moil through Friday of riext week is ok for me if we can set up a time to talk to Mr2I prefer the morning around 930 but my schedule next vveek is flexible.
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Subject: TO4-NFLC-0107-7GNA (US Army CID Investigations* 0233-04-CID259-80270 and
0252-04-C1D259-80286)
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During th dination with LT2related Ss t usnAc, may have additional
background in et- cOnceniing the interviews of Mr rom my Understanding he Was an interrogator,
assi ned to ill NICIS be conducting the interview. Has lie been identified aS being assigned Or attached to
the as anything else developed concerning these investigat
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I checked Out the Patch aild it Was worn by Members cf the Tactical Hui-Pan Intelligence Teanis (FIUMINT) 2nd Infantty Division (ID). We had inteivieWed them but they had no knowledge of abuSe, they have sinte redeployed to the states. The guards at the Army side of the facility, where the detainees were held while not in interrogations, wOre a keYstone patch and were a National Guard Unit from Penris 2 -
Were ydu able to get pny new inforMation from the2r are they still on leave?
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The unit running the detention faCiity wears a xeeerle patch, which is the keystone, as in PennSYlvian4$ the key-stoh state.
The TU.-that WSs.here'at the time wore theo

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Date: rl aY, ove er 19, 2004 9:17 am
Subject: Question for you.

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This 'question i$ conCerning 4 RFA we haci sent:toncerning
0233-04-CID259-80270 (0094704-CID389). SAo'nterviewed members
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had the .2I0 patch?

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From: NC-I CID Special Agent Sent: v - • -9, 2004 9:18 AM To: us.army.mily Subject: uestion or you.
This question is concerning a RFA we had sent concerning 0233-04-CID259-80270 (0094-04-CID389).
interviewed members-of the Mosul Detention Facility 107th FA and 209th.Do you know what their unit patches are? Or
if the soldiers operating the facility had the 2ID patCh? .

Thank you,
v/r
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Were you able to find the information concerning- the guard at Mosul that 8aw the abOse at the Also, can youremember what Unit patch the guards wore at Mosul?
Thanks,
SA
78th NIP Det CID
Detainee AbUse Task Fcirce
Camp Victo Iraq
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Subject:. 1.30CT04-NFLC-.0107-7GNA (US Amly CID Invettigations: 0233-04-CID259-80270 and.
0252-04-CID259-80286)
I hope you are doing well. Are there any neW developMents concerning the investigations?
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Subject:2 -2- 107-7GNA (U2my CID Investigations: 0233-04-CID259-80270 and

0252-04-CID259-80286)
SIMS
I hope things are well with you. I received an email fromilillnrho related you are the new case agent for the
investigations.
Are there any new developments?

I interviewed a soldier who was at the Mosul facility. Here is a brief (draft) synopsis from my report
At 1000, 2 Nov 04, the undersigned interviewed SPC 202nd Military Intelligence (MI) Battalion (BN , Cani. Slayer, IZ, who related he ha interrogated Mr hile stationed at the Mosul Facility, IZ. SPC elated he had seen no one abtise Mr ut expressed his concern over the treatment of detainees, to include Mr 2b th the Mosul detention facility. SP elated Mr2as ca ture
aviterrogated acility, which was located on the e initial interrogation IVIr as turned over to the MI for intenogation and a few days later wa
and interro ated a ¦ a. wou2-interview M2since they would normally turn detainees over to the Army orily if they had completed2\ , A 's interrogation. SP elated he probabl would not have remembered Mr
f the re-interview y2ad not been conducted. SPC 2-elated Malligrad been istakenly taken to the ate and almost released but was brought back into the Mosul Facility and at a later date released. SPC2described the2acility as having strobe lights and played load
music to disorient the detainees. 2
SP elated he ad not been in the cilit-y only heard ,2 reported a National Guard Corporal , who assisted in guarding the
others describe it. SPC detainees''at th acility, had related the 2abused the detain . SPC iriarialirsaidhe had
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often received, other d2inees from th2o had appeared e beaten and or burnt.

At this time I am trying to loc the Nation 2ral. I hope this helps things on your end.
Take care,
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I arn SA.earn Chief for Detainee Abuse cases, 48TH Military Police Detachment CID, Camp
Victory, Iraq. I have ta en over two investigations, ARMY CID Report of Investigation (ROI) 0233-04-CID259-
80270 and 0252-04-CID259-80286. On 24 Sep 04, this office forwarded two Request fOr Assistance (RFA) to the
NCIS Southwest Field Office, San Diego, CA. NCIS case numbers are:

0233-04-CID259-80270 case number 170CT04-NFLC-0107-7GNA
. 0252-04-CID259-80286 case number 130CT04-NFLCJ-0107GNA
I would appreciate any updated information on the status of these request.
.Re.
48th MP DET (CID) (FVVD)
Camp Victory, E3aghclad, Iraq
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From: A MNC-I CID Special Agent mailto11111111111Wiraq.centcorn.mi Sent: urs ay, pn 14, 2005 9:35 AM @NCIS.NAVY.MILM . SA MNC-I CIID Special Agent 2. Su le2 ensitive.CaseS with/ArmyCID
Mr.
I am SA2 Team Chief for Detainee Abuse cases, 48TH Military Police Detachment CID, , 'Camp Vic ory, req.2ve taken over two investigations, ARMY CID Report of Investigation °ROI) 0233-
04-CID259-80270 and 0252-04-CID259-80286. On 24 Sep 04, this office forwarded two Request for Assistante (RFA) to the NCIS Southwest Field Office, San Diego, CA. NCIS case nunibers are:
0233-04-CID259-80270 case number 170CT04-NFLC-0107-7GNA
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0252-04-CID259-80286 case number 130CT04-NFLCJ-0107GNA
I would appreciate any updated information on the status of these-request.
Respectfully,
SA
48th MP DET (CID) (FVVD)
Camp Victory, f3aghdad, Iraq APO AE 09342
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SAM,"
I am sending this message to follow up on the following RFAst
•4. 1) 0192-04-CID259-80236 case nUmber: 170CT04-MEBJ-0471-7XMA. 2) 0193-04-CID259-80237 case number: 170CT04-MEI3J-0472-7XMA.
V 3) 0233-04-CID259-80276 case number: 170CT04-NFLC-0107-7GNA.-
4) 0252-04-CID259-80286 case number: 130CT04-NFLC,1:0107-GNA
I would appreciate it if you could give any Update or pidgress on your investigation. if there any particular obstacles that are preventing the cornpletion of your investigation, I wthuld like to be informed. My goal is firfel a closure to these cases.2•2•
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Subject:oom US Army CID in Irag,(0233-04-CTD259-80270).

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I want,to thank You in advance for your assistanCe mith the investigationa
Yo0 can tse thi8 address for any unclassified oorrespondenCe., :If you need.
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Agent who will be conducting the investigation?

,Take care,

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