CID Report: 0256-04-CID259-80289

Investigation established probable cause to believe unidentified persons committed the offense of Cruelty and Maltreatment when they flex-cuffed the detainees in positions for long periods of time causing extended amounts of stress on the joints of the detainees, but showed no other evidence of abuse. Some detainees complained of beatings and other abuse. Soldier/officer states that detainee's eyes are taped shut as a measure to keep them from knowing the layout of the facility and that they are put in stress positions for up to one hour.

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• DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND 11TH MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (CID) •
48TH MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) APO AE 09342

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CIMPL-FC 13 Dec 2005

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MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION

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SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - FINAL/SSI = 0256-04-CID259-80289-5C2B/5Y2E

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DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1. 28 FEB 2004, 0001 - 8 MAR 2004, 2400; AL HABBANIYA, IRAQ (IZ)

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DATE/TIME REPORTED: 5 AUG 2004, 0900/12-—

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SUBJECT: UNKNOWN; ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)

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VICTIM: 1. • CIV• IRA I; INTERNI¦ N SERIAL NUMBER MALE;

NUMBER (ISN): WHITE; AL JAZEERA, AR RAMADI, IZ; XZ; DATE OF CAPTURE: 28 FEB 2004; ASSAULT, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)
CIV; IRAQI; ISN: t/7;fe-V AL ANABAR, AL 6‘, /r---/7; or -6-4F , • "f•Tv rip DATE OF A ' CAPTURE: 28 FEB 2004; ASSAUL NT (NFI)
3. , CW; IRAQI; ISN: X-264.
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INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY

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This is an "Operation Iraqi Freedom" Investigation.

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On 5 Aug 04, this office received Memorandum of Transmittal (MOT) 0053-04-CID259, from the 78 th Military Police (MP) Detachment (Det) (CID)(-), Ba hdad Cen a Confinement Facility BCCF) Abu Ghraib IZ AE 09342 d tailin Mr Mr. t‘76.

Mr. --an• reported t ey were physically assaulted and left in and restraints for prolonged periods of time, while in the custody of US Forces at the confinement facility, located in Al Habbaniya, IZ.
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(U) Investigation established probable cause to believe unidentified persons committed the
offense of Cruelty and Maltreatment when they flex-cuffed the detainees in positions for long
Periods of time causing extended amounts of stress on the joints of the detainees.

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flinge orn
National orps raq (MNC-I) (XVIII Airborne Corps), Camp Victory, Baghdad, IZ APO AE
09342, opined there was sufficient evidence to believe the offense of Cruelty and Maltreatment
occurred based on witness statements and medical records.

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Further, investigation did not develop sufficient evidence to prove or disprove the allegations
of Assault occurred. Interviews of possible interrogators did not reveal any evidence of Assault
nor did they prove the Assault did not occur as alleged. However, medical documentation
revealed the detainees complained of sore joints and muscle soreness during their initial medical
screening at the BCCF, Abu Ghraib, IZ, but showed no other evidence of abuse. Further
investigation did not diminish the integrity or credibility of the allegations of Assault.

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STATUTES;

Article 93, UCMJ: Cruelty and Maltreatment
Article 128, UCMJ: Assault
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Attached:
(U) 1. Agent's Investigation Report (AIR) of SA 16 Aug 04, detailing the receipt of
the MOT; coordination with 11 MP Bn (CID) and Detainee Operations personnel; and receipt
of detainee files.

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(U) 2. Detainee File of Mr.1111.1111kontaining: Notice of Status and Appellate Rights; 72 44ne.­
( / Hour Magistrate Review; Article 78 Board Report of Decision; Detainee Tracking FOrm; Coalition Provisional Authori Forces Apprehension Form (CPAFA); Sworn Statements (D iA, ,. Form 2823) of 2LT and CPT and Medical Screening Form. Ab -K/6 7e-K
(U) 3. Detainee File of Mr. containing: Internment Notice; Article 78 Board Report of 46-e:‘,e-Decision; Notice of Status and Appellate Rights; Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate Review; Notice of Aeal Article 78); CPAFA; Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of SPC
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(U) 4. Detainee File of Mr.1111111111111111containing: Notice of Status and Appellate Rights; r
Article 78 Board Report of Decision; Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate Review; ,
CPAFA; Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of 2LTIIIIIMMIPand mawand.6 ce;
Medical Screening Form.

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(U) 5. Detainee File of Mr._containing: Notice of Status and Appellate c / /06
Rights; Article 78 Board Report of Decision; Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate 476
Review; CPAFA; Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of 2LT and CPT bA --r-, P

dams and Medical Screening Form.
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6. Detainee File of Mr. 1111111111111111111111 containing: Notice of Status and Appellate. 7d"
Rights; Article 78 Board Report of Decision; Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate
Review; CPAFA; Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of 2LT and CPT Ce"

and Medical Screening Form.

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7. Detainee File of Mr containing: Notice of Status and Appellate Rights; Article
7g Board Report of Decision; Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate Review; CPAFA;
and Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of 2LT and CFTC/Ma 6,4-14;47

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8. Detainee File of Mr.allacontaihing: Notice of Status and Appellate Rights; Article
78 Board Report of Decision; Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate Review; CPAFA;
and Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of 2LT and CPT /

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9. Detainee File of Mr. 11111111111111111110 containing: Notice of Status and Appellate ie*X26? Rights; Article 78 Board Report of Decision; Notice of Appeal (Article 78); Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour Magistrate Review; CPAFA; and Sworn Statements (DA Form 2823) of 2LT

4111111111111111111111 and CPT ‘6"41e/4.-- 4'
(U) 10. AIR of SA_11 Mar 04, detailing the receipt of the initial notification; and
interviews of

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11. Detainee Dossier of ( 41/(ei',7e_K-

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12. Detainee Dossier of1111111111p

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13. Detainee Dossier of

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14. Detainee Dossier of 11111111111.

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15. Detainee Dossier of1111111111.1b-K

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17. Detainee Dossier ollip V

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18. Detainee Dossier oil. rr_iz,

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19. Detainee Dossier ofillialle ‘‘..41‘2.--

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20. Prisoner In Processin Medical Screen (PIPMS) and Chronological Record of Medical
Care (CRMC), pertaining to Mar 04.

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21. PIPMS and CRMC, pertaining tolili9 Mar 04.k`ke -

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22. PIPMS and CRMC, pertaining to 9 Mar 04. ,z(‘-:-lcefe

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23. PIPMS and CRMC, pertaining toillilla.9 Mar 04. aie--K / /i''''

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24. PIPMS and CRMC, pertaining toillin9 Mar 04. .6‘ ...--' 417e'

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25. CRMC, pertaining tollillP9 Mar 04. 1----/t(2e-- 4.4'

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26. CRMC, pertaining toall.10 Mar 04. 16-.6(7& 44-

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27. CRMC, pertaining t_imol0 Mar 04. /

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28. CRMC, pertaining togge010 Mar 04. t(6e ',47 c--

(SECRET//NOFORN) 29. Intelligence Information Report, 1 Mar 04.
W/1176e-i / /1 4-fet Oe-*

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30. AIR of SAii,gep22 Oct 04, detailing the interviews of SGT and SPC UM 66-f g 76-r

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31. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of1111.21 Oct 04, wherein he denied a-c(o6g abusing any detainees.

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32. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of 21 Oct 04, wherein she denied
abusing any detainees.

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34. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of ssGams, 28 Oct 04, wherein he stateol
he had to have PFC.'S counseled regarding an allegation of abusing an Iraqi Detainee. 67" ei6 '7C

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(U) 35. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SPC.111114 Nov 04, in which he stated
he did not witness or had any knowledge of any detainee abuse while he was deployed to Iraq.

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36. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of CPA, Nov 04, in which he stated hey I
did not have any knowledge of any detainee abuse.

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37. AIR of SA 23 Nov 04, detailing interviews of SGT PFC41111111, Ad- c e(7c...(e-SGT SGT NIONIMIS and canvass interviews. ,46A

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38. Sworn Statement ofill..kD Nov 04, wherein he denied he witnessed any detainee
abuse while performing guard duty at the detention facility.

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39. Sworn Statement ofamp 10 Nov 04, wherein he denied he witnessed any detainee
abuse while performing guard duty at the detention facility.

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40. Canvass Interview Worksheet, 18 Nov 04.

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41. Sworn Statement of 18 Nov 04, wherein he denied he witnessed any
detainee abuse while performing guar uty at the detention facility.

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42. Sworn Statement of11.11111.018 Nov 04, wherein he denied he witnessed any,66-1,cr
detainee abuse while performing guard duty at the detention facility.

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43. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement ofillill023 Nov 04, wherein he deniedp-i.e._ fe-

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abusing any detainees.
(U) 44. AIR of SA 16 Mar 05, detailing commander coordination and briefings; , interview of SSG who did not witness any detainee abuse; interview of SGT111110 6 HAZ-il who did not have anything si 'ficant; view of SGT who provided a swOrn e,a-Kbef. 44 statement . interview of SG who provide a sworn statement; interview of SGT.66(e‘efe
figyAwho provided a sworn statement; interview of SAIIIIIIPKvho provided a sworn zz _ / I t Ocile tel 676statement; and interview of SUIIIIMPiwho provided a sworn statementik (e et‘
(U) 45. Sworn Statement of SGT11.019 Mar 05, wherein he described the restraint '4ille`-(4.-techniques routinely used on the detainees, which were authorized. SG tated he did410616, not witness any detainee abuse.
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. (U) 46. Sworn Statement of SGT 9 Mar 05, wherein he related he and his team were tasked to assist SG (SPC _with interrogations. SGT Pe,1111111111111 stated he did not see any detainee abuse.
(U) 47. Sworn Statement of SGT... 9 Mar 05, wherein he related he observed an unknown (4 soldier kick a detainee, who was reprimanded by the guards, and related he believed the ,
descriptions of the soldiers given by the detainees were SGT...6(NFI) and SPC 605 67e-44 MIS X .-1606" {4
(U) 48. Sworn Statement of SGT 15 Mar 05, wherein she related she observed the M‘/ 676'
detainee restraint procedures, did not observe any detainee abuse, and also stated the descriptions
matched SG and SPANN.

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(U) 49. Sworn Statement of SGT 16 mar 05, wherein he described the detainee
restraint procedures, did not observe any detainee abuse, and also stated the descriptions given
matched SGT....and
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50. AIR of SA1111.1.26 Feb 05, detailing an attempt to locate linguists. 664 ale -/

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51. AIR of SA 25 May 05, detailing coordination with SAS".111 about any6a-0,64'
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) from the 312 th MI BN.

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52. AIR of SA41.11.16 Jun 05, detailing coordination with Titan Corporation; review ‘6467e-/ of case; and SJA coordination.

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53. AIR of SANS 5 Nov 05, detailing receipt of RFA; coordination with local 6k4
organization; and coordination with saran.. 6‘- ‘7e-

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54. AIR of SAMINN. 10 Dec 05, detailint_

t coordination with SJA; receipt of S‘-1/17e-/
SOPs; and receipt of detainee file pertaining to Mr. ..IP ‘7e-- eKe

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55. First Marine Division Detainee Handling and Detention Facility SOP, 17 Feb 04,
pertaining to the treatment of detainees within the First Marine Division area of responsibility.

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56. SOP for the Detainee Holding Facility (Ramada Inn), 26 May 04, drafted by Task Force
(TF) 1-34 Armor (AR), 1 st Brigade Combat Team (BCT), 1 st Infantry Division (ID) (MECH),
Camp Manhattan, Habbaniyah, IZ.

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57. Detainee File of Mr _containing: Combined Review and Release Board
memorandums; Case Summary Cover Sheet; Referral Memorandum to the Central Criminal
Court of Iraq; Notice of Status and Appellate Rights; Article 78 Board Report of Decision;

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Detainee Tracking Form; 72 Hour. Magistrate Review; CPAFA; and Sworn Statements (DA
Form 2823) of 2LT 4.1.00.and CPT4111111, e‘-

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None.

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The originals of Exhibits 1, 10, 29-32, 37-49, 51 and 54 were attached to the USACRC copy of this report. The originals of Exhibits 2-9 and 57 are maintained in the files of Detainee Operations, Task Force 134, Camp Victory, IZ APO AE 09342. The originals of Exhibits 11-19 are maintained in the electronic database of the Biometric Automated Toolset System (BATS). The originals of Exhibits 20-28 are maintained in the files of the 344 th Combat Support Hospital (CSH), Camp Bucca, IZ. The, original of Exhibits 33 and 50 was forwarded to USACRC under USACIDC ROI 0292-04-CID259-80308. The original of Exhibits 34-36 were lost in the mail. The original of Exhibit 52 was forwarded to USACRC under USACIDC ROI 0367-04-CID259-80360. The original of Exhibit 53 was forwarded to USACRC under USACIDC ROI 0121-05-CID259-36268. The original of Exhibit 55 is maintained in the files of the I MARDIV, Camp Pendleton, CA 92055. The original of Exhibit 56 is maintained in the files of the 1-34 th AR, 1st ID, Fort Riley, KS 66442.

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STATUS: This is a Final Report. Commander's Report of Disciplinary Action Taken (DA Form 4833) is not required.

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REPORT PREPARED BY: REPORT APPROVED BY:

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1- DIR, USACRC, Attn: CIRC-CR, 6010 6 th Street, Fort Belvior, VA 22060-5506 (original) ‘71C4 (cid001crc sc@sbelvoirdms . army. smil.mil ) _ b‘-fi 1- THRU: Cdr, 11 th MP BN (CID) (FWD), APO AE V342,1=111gam .centcom.smil.mil) tifirm~11@iraq.centcom.smil.mil ) 644;6-7C-
THRU: Cdr, 3 1.° MP Group, (CID), 4699 North 1st Street, Forest Park, Ga. 30297-5119,VIM Mil fa @forcel. anny.smil.mil) TO: Cdr, USACIDC, CID Current Operations, ATTN: CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 (ciddc sops 1 sc@sbelvoirdms. army. smil.mil )
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 0900, 5 Aug 04, this office received a Letter of Transmittal (0035-01.44div..# Internment Serial 40 1' CID259) from Baghdad Central Confinement Facility that Mr. Number (ISN): Mr
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Mr. IS eported they were p ysic ly assaulted and le in restraints for prolonged peno•s of time while • etame • at a confinement facility located in Al Habbaniyah, Iraq (IZ).
About 0930, 6 Aug 04, SAalliallecoordinated with SAagini Criminal Intelligence Coordinator, 40/464 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID)(FWD), Camp Victory,TZ, who related 1st Battalion, 34th Armor Regiment's area of operations was Al Habbaniyah, IZ.
44 -4 4'1/ About 0900, 16 Aug 04, SAIIIIMIacoordinated with MAJMNIIIMI United States Air Force, Detainee Operations, Camp Victory, IZ, who proved the detainee files of the victims. (See Detainee Files for . details.)///Last Entry///
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On 9 Mar 04, this office was notified by MAJ (DR)
391st Military Police Battalion, deployed o Bagh a orrec ional
Con inement Facility (BCCF), Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq, APO AE 09342:(AGI), of an
allege abuse of detainees by U.S. soldiers.

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interviewed MAJ_
examined Detainees_and AIM MAJ_

About 1430, 9 Mar 04, SA_who stated heo"

stated the detainees
reported they were beaten and handcuffed behind their backs for long, ,_

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continues amount of time. MAJ_

stated their injuries were g-1-076-r—
synonymous to prolong stress to their joints. MAJ_

stated he 4.'40e.A.;:,4,4
documented the injuries and proyided:thia'agent with copies of the _•

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reports.

AGENT'S COMMENT: The original documents were maintained in the records

of 391' MP Bn Detainee medical files. .

Detainee
In/Out Processing, 391st MP BN, BCCF, AGI, who provided dossiers for
Detainees AMMO andtam ,‘C.-0,(74t?

About 1545, 9 Mar 04, SA allipmet with SPC D

with the assistance of Mr. woo 64"I/‘76-Civilian Interpreter, Category II, Titan Corporation Inc.,
About 1525, 9 Mar 04, SA _

111111111111111111111111

Camp DOha, Kuwait, APO AE 09889, interviewed Detainee41111111110 National Detainee Reporting. System (NDRS)411111, Male (M);44;4MtA DOB: aifigie POB•. OMMINIIMMOIMINI Current Address (CA) :06 /Detai neee-explained he was arrested on

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28 Feb 04; while he was working on. the main street in Al Khaledbiyya:44440

Grid Coordinates LB 633 947. Detainee_stated he was a labor /
worker for a. road construction group and he worked at in the digging i yi/7,4
group. Detaineetstated while they were digging, they found a ( 77"--1

bomb in the area. Detainee111111,110stated the bomb looked like a

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rocket. Detainee 1111111stated they went and told the Iraqi. Policeow
(IP), who in-turn told the Coalition Forces (CF). Detainee
stated the CF came and picked up. the bomb. and arrested all 12 of the_

• workers. Detaineetstated they were all handcuffed behind theira.4 backs and had bags plaCecl on their h4ds. Detainee_stated theyWA4A were taken to the U.S. carap 'in Al Habbaniyya. Detainee._7 explained he when he arrived at the camp, he was handcuffed to a bar_
i44:144 outside. in a kneeling position. Detainee 41111110 explained his hands oPyd-, were handcuffed above and behind hi8 head and he remained in that 64-4Akea* position for five days. Detaineetstated while he was handcuffed
to the bar, he cried out in pain and. the guards punched his shoulders and •

slapped his face. DetaineeplillOstated after the fifth•day he was

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placed inside a cell and he remained there until he was transferred to 64--rik4 AGI. Detainee_stated the guards were all men with the exceptior1,4 4,4 of one female . Detaineellialliedescribed the female as white, black0/P hair, good shape, approximately 65" to 68" tall, and thin. Further, he described three black males present, however one black male was darker than the other two. In addition, he stated he did not know how many 010610
white males were present. Detainee41111110stated he was only able to see the guards when they, took off the bag from his head while he ate his meals. Detainee4011111111kstated when he was in the cell, the guards kept /A4 their hands tied, even while they slept. 0466
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AGENT'S COMMENT: Detainee 111111111.had bruising and ligature marks around
his wrist and loss all feeling in his right arm.. Further, he was unable
to raise his arm or grip.

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-About 1620, 9 Mar 04, SA with the assistance of Mr. interviewed Detainee NDRS M; DOB:
POB: CA: ,64474
Detainee explained he was arrested on 28 Feb 04, while he was working on t e main street in Al 4074°4 Khaledhiyya; Grid Coordinates LB 633 947. Detainee ...MIstated hr4 was a labor worker for a road construction group -and he worked at in thg4r116X ,
stated while he was working, he heard 4.; cement group. Detainee some of the other workS say they found TNT in the area. Detaineed11 . ‘414*44 41.1.0stated they went and told the IP, who in-turn told the -cF.405, Detainee MINMIOstated the CF came and picked up the bomb and 44,(406,0
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arrested all 12 of the workers. -Detainee41111111111111stated . they were all handcuffed behind theiribaCkS'and bags were placed on their heads. /, Detainee_ stated they Were taken to the U.S. camp in Al 4-4,016?‘• Habbaniyya. Detainee1111111explained he when he arrived at the camp, they were interrogated and then handcuffed to a bar outside in a„i7o p kneeling position. Detainee explained his hands were 64,. 7°
handcuffed above and behind hi8 head
and he remained in that position for . two days. Detainee It11.111111.stated the guards were all men. Detainee 444 0 una 10 to provide any additional information because heOrd"

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was placed in cell after two days and did not remain outside with the
rest of the group.

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AGENT'S COMMENT: Detainee did not have the use of both of his arms. Detainee was unable to feed himself due to his j(1761injuries. Further, Detainee appeared to have a larger build and the extent of his injuries may have been contributed to his excess body weight straining his shoulders. In addition, Detainee11.11.11.

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stated there were still three members of the work group still in Al

Habbaneyya. 66,41i7C#
al met With MAJ.. who stated he examined f‘76-1l additional detainees with similar injuries. MAW? stated he would provide the Medical reports to this agent:_
About.1730, 9 Mar 04, SA_

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met with SGT_
In/Out Processing, 3 ls MP BN, BCCF AGI, who provided additional
dossiers of possible victims. Dossiers provided were of DetaineeA

and air. 14;119G-Ir

0820, 10 Mar 04, SA_Detainee

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e te.r.

About 0848, 10 Mar 04, SA with the assistance of. Mr.

interviewed Detainee M; NDRS

DOB:_POB:

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an_is co-workers wee a rested. while they werewe're t

Detaineets a e. on.2te

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reconstructing the main street in Al Khaledhiyya. Detainee
stated while digging in the.street, they found an explosive._oi

e aing 4,(PC4

stated they wentreo tell the IP and the. IP told the CF. Detaineetstated CF came to their construction site and looked , at the explosive and later took it away. Detainee all111111111111claimed C gathered them and put them aside until they could remove the explosive Detainee stated after the explosive was removed, they were arrested an taken to Al Habbaniyya, where there was a U.S. camp. bt
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Detainee explained when they arrived at the camp the arres i g
unit released them tothe.camp,guards _ff.

Detainee.1111111111110stated the

guards handcuffed their handS Over their heads and made them kneel on th ground. Detainee stated they were in that position for. three days. Detainee Stated while they were in that position, th,rtwt5 would cry in pain and the guards.replied with a slap in the face. A 7c..e,z _ Further, Detaineed10111111,stated the guards taped their mouth and eyes so they could not cry anymore. In addition, they continued to wear thzei ­
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over their heads. bag

Detaineetstated they were placed in rrEev0
cells after three days and they Stayed in the cell until transfer to AGI.

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AGENT'S COMMENT: Detaineeill111111110was unable to move his right arm,,pr grip anything with his hand. Detainee1111111110displayed ligature 6)(010744
scars on his wrists and there were areas on his wrist, which appear tota,K0
haVe scabbed. Further, Detainee4011111110provided the names of nine 1 1

detainee8 who were part of his group and transferred to AGI. Detainee

named, himself, 11111111111110,0c0c-P
and

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About 0945, 10 Mar 04, SAM/. with the assistance of Mr. 40 interviewed Detainee M; NDRS DOB:411101111111; POB: CA:
Detainee s a e. on 8 Feb 04, he and
1 others o is co-wor ers were arrested while they were reconstructing the main street in Al Khaledhiyya. Detainee stated around 1300, 4W while working in the street, they found a mine however he was not near 411 the area and did not see the mine. Detaineedillastated4IMIlland went to tell the IP, who was standing security watch over them, what the d ita° 4 found and the IP went to tell the,CY.,Detaineedillillik stated CF came their construction site and took he mine. Detainee41111111claimed CF 461 gathered them and put them aside until they could remove the explosiv.g4 Detainee stated after the explosive was removed, they were 04,1 arrested and taken to Al Habbaniyya, where there was a U.S. camp.
Li6410

DetaineeillillIkexplained when they arrived at the camp the arresting 0-unit released them to the camp guards. Detaineeffill. stated the guards handcuffed their hands over their heads and made them kneel on the L40,4164 ground. Detainee stated they were in that position for three kil ' a days. Detainee stated while they were in that position, they "
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would cry in pain and the guards replied with a slap in the face. $1 Further, Detainee 4111111stated the guards taped their mouth and eyes so /4,they could not cry anymore. In addition, they continued to wear the baRmee over their heads. Detainee4111111,stated they were placed in the cells4Or after three days and they stayed in the cell until transfer to AGI.
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AGENT'S COMMENT: Detainee did. not have any problems moving his arms however his vision was not nOrMAL His vision problem was not attributed to the abuse.
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About 1050, 10 .1\4r 04, SA with the assistance of Mr. imanne.rinterviewed Detainee M; NDRS m; 4 ' DOB: POB: CA:
Detainee stated on 28 Feb 04q he and 11 o hers of his co-workers were arrested while they were reconstructing the main stt.eet -in Al Khaledhiyya. Detainee4111110 vir 4
stated he was on the digging group and dug six inches into -the ground, in the median of a two' lane road, which spanned from Ar Ramadi to Al Khaledhiyya, before . he saw the explosive. Detainee4111111111111111160774' described the explosive as tube like rocket. Further description ofher 4.6 explosive resembled a large green Howitzer round. Detaineedlinl, WV/4074"1
411111111statedillWand _when to IP. watching them and told him whae101
'was found. Detainee explained the IP went to the dig si -e
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DETAIL to view it and left the area. Detainee stated he believed. the IP went to tell the CF becauSe U.S. CF arrived at the dig site. The CF told them all to go to the other side of the road and wait for them tq clear .the explOsive. Detainee e111111111.1111 stated after the CV -44. 4;4547C-44 da, collected the explosive, they arrest all 12 of the workers and took them to the U.S. camp in Al Habbaniyya. Detainee ell...11.111. stated the CF placed pla8tic handcuffs on their wrist and a bag over their heads. &zr-", Detainee...NMI stated when they arrived at the U.S. camp, tf1T 4/64,C1 arresting unit released them the guards at the camp. The guards at the camp fasten them on metal bars and made them kneel on the ground.. Their hands were attached to the bars O'VeTtand'behind their : heads. They wereOffAt-! in this position for three days. Detainee stated his co-workers cried out in pain however the guards would slap, kick or Punch40/660 them. Detainee stated one of the guards kicked his leg. Detainee stated he.was able to see through the bag and the guards would take the bags off so they could eat their meal, which wasL ,e4
r'Grrw..

served to them once a day. Detainee4111111111101111explained they We: 4r
beaten during the second day . they. were there, but afterwards, they were

/4 k°

not touched. Detainee 0.11111111111111110confirmed the presence of blacklp /1d males, white males, and a female guard. Detaineed..1111111111110 described the female as having black hair, 65" to 68" and in good shape. 0;A1 Detainee was unable. to provide additional descriptions of''' the males.
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About 1145, 10 Mat 04, SA with the assistance of Mr. 1 6t4 interviewed Detaihee M; NDRS 40 DOB: • POB: CA:
bif 414

Detainee explained he was arrested on eb 04 w e e was 'ff.--t
working on the main street in Al Khaledhiyya; Grid Coordinates LB 633

947. Detainee am. stated he was a labor worker for a road ,kle ?C'"-construction group and he worked at in the cement-polishing group._6O.f Detainee _stated while he was working, he heard some of the other
4

works say they found TNT in the.area. Detainee .stated they welOrt and told the IP, who in-turn told the CF. Detainee .stated the C came and picked up the bomb and arrested all 12 of the workers. Detaine1049
amillstated they were all handcuffed behind their backs and bags werg placed on their heads. Detainee stated they were taken to the /,e;$,
/... b,
U.S, camp in Al Habbaniyya. Detainee4111111111explained he when he ." / L.
at the camp, they were interrogated and then handcuffed to a arrived

baoc ..46.746,
outside in a kneeling position. Detainee ...MO explained his hands 7" were handcuffed above and behind his head and he remained in that /4.476.4/ position for three days. Detainee ...III stated the guards were all :/ men. Detaifteeeml, was unable to provide any additional information
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because he was placed in cell after two days and did not remain outside
with the rest of the group.
44-3,15'76-3
About 1300, 10 Mar 04, SA Y with the assistance of Mr.
; m #4 06f
interviewed Detainee ; M; NDRS.
DOB:_• POB:_CA:
Detainee stated on 28 Feb 04 06/ he and 11 others of his co-workers were arrested while they were
01a7C•

reconstructing the main street in Al Khaledhiyya. DetaineeaMINM I
stated around 1300, while working in the street, they found a mine
however he was not near the area and did not see the mine. Detainee

04-1
011111110 stated and went to tell the IP, who was standing 94°-security watch over them, what they found and the IP went to tell the CF. Detainee"1101.1110 stated CF came to their construction site and took the mine. Detainee _claimed CF gathered them and put them aside /44A/until they could remove the explosive. Detainee stated after / the explosive was removed, they were arrested and tak en to Al Habbaniva, where there was a U.S. camp. . Detainee41111111111explained when they /kA4Welarrived at the camp the arresting unit released them to the camp guards.
Detainee _ stated the guards handcuffed their hands over theiritik.4
c..

heads and made them kneel on the ground. Detainee stated they were in that position for one day. Detainee stated he
Atl

see anyone beaten because he was only outside for one. day. ' e '
041# / 44761
About 1430, 10 Mar 04, SA with the assistance of. Mr.
interviewed Detainee NDRS M;
POB: Current Address (CA) :

Detainee explained he was arrested on 28 Feb 04, while he was working on the main street in Al Khaledhiyya; Grid 4,/;-00.06.1? Coordinates LB 633. 947. DetaineellIMOstated he was a labor worker /for a toad construction group and he worked at in the digging group 14-1%* Detainee stated while they were digging, they found a bomb in the area. Detainee _stated the bomb"lbokeft.like a rocket. Detainee4(14,
4111111111stated they went and told the Iraqi Police (IP), who in-turn told the Coalition Forces (CF). Detainee_stated the CF came and6-45-tc7cLK picked up the bomb and attested all 12 of the workers. Detainee...0 Stated they were all handcuffed behind their backs and had bags placed on their heads. Detainee stated they were taken to the U.S. camp in Al la.bbaniyya, Detainee 411111111111 explained he when he arrived at the40. camp, he was handcuffed to a bar outside in a kneeling position. Detainee stated their ankles were.tied . around the bar as wel . Detainee aIIIIIIIIaexplained his.hands were handcuffed above and behind his head and he remained in that position for .three days. Detainee
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DETAIL 0230
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stated while he was handcuffed to the bar, he cried out in pain and asked

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/
stated after the third day.he . was placed inside a cell and he remaine4,
there until he was transferred to AGI. Detainee 111011111ft stated the
guards were all Men with the exception of one female. Detainee
described the female as white, black hair, good shape, approximately 65"
to 68" tall, and thin. The female was present on the second day during
the time of the beatings. Further, he described three black males
present, however one black male was darker than the other two. Ih
addition, he stated he did not know how many white males were present 144
Detainee_stated he-waS only able to see the guards when they rook
off the bag from his head 'while The ate his meals. Detainee
stated when he was in the cell, the guardi kept their hands tied, even
while they Slept,_

for water, but the guards struck him with a. knee.. betainee _

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About 0945, 11 Mar 04, SA with the assistance of Mr. 41111.11.111111 In/IxiiiNaiMIMIMInamma NDRS 0111111106; M;0interviewed Detainee 7,Wer '' DOB: 111111¦111; POB:41111111111111111111111 Current Address (CA) : 1111111111=1111111.114
11¦1111111111.111.. Detainee...MO stated he and 11 co-workers were 0'01 arrested by CF on 28 Feb 04. Detainee 1111111111111111 explained on the /4-4(.45K afternoon Of 28 Feb 04, he and his co-workers were working on the main Street of Al Khaledhiyya when he heard a few of the workers yelling alou5., finding a bomb.. Detainee 41111011Mistated he was told by one of the 6,45.'1.4764, Other workers _
told the IP guard about the bomb and the IP must hav
gone to tell CF. Detainee _1;4113

explained wheh the CF arrived at the
construction site, he and his co-workers were sent to the other side of
the road while an Engineer looked at the bomb. The Engineer evaluated
the bomb and had it removed. The CF continued to survey the area for
additional traces of explosive devices and found a second bomb in front
of.the school, located on the opposite side of the street. Detainee

1111¦1111 stated the Engineer walked over to where they were held anc344aele thank them for the notification of the bomb. Further, Detainee _11 stated he heard the Engineer say the second bomb was placed in front the scho01 around 0600 that morning. In addition, DetaineeiMOMMOMMI stated after the second bomb was removed, CF arrested him and his co-ekp
4.11111111111. claimed they were handcuffed and.a bag Were'-0. workers. Detainee -0 placed over their heads prior to transport to the U.S. camp in Al ?
re-
stated when. they arrived at the ca pi t e
arresting. unit released them to the camp guards however the translato,,,...
remained with them. Detainee stated he did not know the .rigfl%%.

Flabbaniyya. Detainee _

t
of the translator. DetaineeAMINOINIciaimed, upon arrival, four of
them were tied to barS, laid on their,stomachs, covered with blankets and
maintained outside for the first night. Detainee_state the

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rest were placed in cells. Detainee MM. listed
41111111111,11111and iMMINNOMas the four who were kept outside. 44'7‹, DetaineeMIONINIO described the next day as being the worst day. _ Detainee 4/01mira stated the morning of the following day they were 61" Z' interrogated by a tall white male, having a tattoo on one of his biceps and a mustache. Detainee _
stated the interrogator did not6I-OrkriZ
physically abuse him. Detainee stated the first person.667C:v

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interrogated was the Hatem, the contractor. After each interrogation,
the detainees were taken outside and tied to bars and remained for
days. Detainee described they were positioned in a standingWW1

t

position for the morning acid a kneeling position in the afternoon.

stated the first day they were held outside, after th
interrogation, they were beaten. Detainee4MIREAR stated that day wa
the worst day. Detainee stated he asked to go to the toilet,(

Detainee t

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and the guards took him. Detainee 41.11.1.1stated the guards took of the bag from his head and he saw the others get kicked and punched in the stomach, but not in the face. Detainee_stated he only sawc,,z..74, three soldiers present. Detainee/..111. stated the second and third day they were outside, they were not beaten. Detainee./.... 4#',A,/0? explained they were placed in the cells after the third day and they were not beaten again. Detainee illinum stated they were held in the cel s until they were transferred too AGI. Further, Detainee stat -11At44
_
only nine of them were transferred and three were still in Al Habbandy
Detainee _

stated the three left behind were... 4.111.and 4.1f4 1

AGENT'S COMMENT: All detainees, had less than a third grade education
lel/el and were unable to read or write, therefore no statements were
taken. ////Last Entry////

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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: This office received a Request for Assistance (RFA) from the Detainee, Abuse Task Force, 22' Military Police Battalion (CID) (FWD), 3rd Military Police Group, Baghdad, Iraq,66 -rol7e. APO.AE 09342, to locate, fully identify and conduct a subject interview of SGT
D Company, 312th Military Intelligence Battalion, 1CD, Fort Hood, TX 76544 (FHTX),
concerning the allegations of Assault and Cruelty/Maltreatment of Detainees at Al Habbaniyah, IZ during
Mar 03.

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About 1345, 21 Oct 04, SGT IMIIIIPkwas advised of his rights, which he waived, and provided a swo statement denying assaulting or mistreating any prisoner while at Al Habbaniyah. SGT-stated he followed the standard operating procedures for interrogations and punishment. SGT stated the 4=1, prisoners were left in hand restraints at all times; gagged with engineer tape as appropriate; eyes taped shut during movements of prisoners; and put in various physical positions, that included the use of a pole, as appropriate for periods of time not to exceed one hour. (See Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement for details.)
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AGENT'S COMMENT: SGT was advised of his rights, which he waived, in Copperas Cove,
TX, before agreeing to provide a sworn statement at this office. Upon arrival at this office, SGT
verbally waived his rights and provided a sworn statement.

OC(X--
About 1433, 22 Oct 04, SPC_ 312th Military Intelligence Battalion, 1CD,
FHTX, was advised of her rights, which she waived, and provided a sworn statement relating she did not
assault nor witness anyone else assault any detainees at the Al Habbaniyah Detention Facility. SPC

411111111111related all prisoners were left in hand restraints at all times and put in various physical positions as per standard operation procedure for both punishment and interrogation. SPC4111111/11 stated a mobile‘‘,g 764 interrogation team (MIT) based out of Fort Gordon, GA, did come to the detention facility on numerous occasions with personnel that had mustaches. (See Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement for details.) ///LAST ENTRY///
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Before he/she asked me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
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I do not have to answer any question or say anything.

2.
. Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.

3.
(Far personnel subject othe UCMJ I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me, or both.

-Or -
(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with
me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that I arrange for at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer
' will be appointed for me before any questioning begins.
4. If I am now willing to discuss the, offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below.
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LOCATION rE TIrefrimis, FILE NUMBER 46.76
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want to make the following Statement under oath: As concerns the detention of
the aforementioned i/

aforementioned individuals, I remember the case itself very clearly and at least one of the named
individuals, Mr The case was known locally as the construction crew becauseuP"-ro7c-f
a dozen men wor g e median of the main street in Khalidiyah, route Michigan, were found to have
emplaced no less than 5 LED's, either buried or hidden, within the construction materials they were using.
The construction site was heavily guarded and inspected before the crew's arrival that morning by Coalition
forces who determined there was no threat present, leading to the irrefutable conclusion that those arrested
had emplaced the materials themselves. The ambush was set in such a way that suggested a significant 6‘4,4i
escalation in enemy surveillance, planning and intended casualties. Mrlaillikwas the construction crew
foreman and was cited by multiple other individuals detained with him as having hidden some of the LEDis
himself. Mr is a large man, around 6'2". and weighing well over two hundred pounds. He was 661PC°-V
highly uncooperative during his detention, frequently forcing guards to physically pick him up and walk him
down to the interrogation room because he refused to stand up and walk on his own. At no time was Mr nombeaten or otherwise mistreated. Immediately following the detention of Mr...1111111and his crew,‘/-$
one of the members of his crew rolled over during interrogation. We arrested upwards of thirty more
individuals from the Al-Hazimawi tribe as a result of this information and information gleaned from other
members of the construction crew, some of who also ratted out others in the tribe. We found upwards of
300 buried artillery shells in their tribal town center, as well as IED making materials. The arrest of the
construction crew and the subsequent operations was considered a major blow to the insurgency at the time.
It is not surprising that these individuals are the ones complaining of being abused. It is significant to note
that the contractors, the educated, professional men, including a city council member and.other businessmen
involved in the case who were also arrested and subsequently released have not filed a complaint. These
men were detained during the same incident and held in the exact same conditions until they were
determined to be innocent and released. The prison at Habbaniyah at the time was a small facility and
because of personnel constraints within the Task Force, the guard force at the prison was composed entirely
Of HHC personnel with only four intelligence personnel with access to the prisoners. I was the primary
interrogator for the case. I am about 5'9" tall and weighed about 160 pounds at the time. I was much
smaller and shorter than many of the larger, muscular men who were detained. I have a tattoo on my right
arm, but it is of drawn in with the image of alim•••¦•¦1". At no time was It4If
allowed to alter my appearance an never ew a mustache, despite repeated requests to do so. I wasy
assisted at the time by SPC who is of mixed Native American and black decent and' `x.76 fe
hardly white. She most resembles a person of Puerto Rican descent. The prison at the time had only eight
rooms in which to house prisoners, and because of security precautions and humanitarian considerations, no
more than three or four prisoners could be placed in one room, preferably less in order to lessen their ability
to communicate and construct alibis between one another, which we frequently found prisoners attempting
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or in the process of doing. The prison at the time housed over fifty prisoners, if I recall correctly. I am truly unsure of the exact number. Some prisoners were kept outside if there was not enough room in the cells. Manyprisoners requested to be outside rather than cooped up inside, preferring the fresh air and the temperate climate. Most of the prisoners were from farms in the area and frequently live and sleep outdoors of their own accord. All prisoners were provided wool blankets, fed three times a day, given as much water as they wanted to drinkand allowed to go to the bathroom at any time. For security considerations, prisoners were kept handcuffed, given that the number of prisoners was at least ten times that of the guards. Many of the prisoners may have hadsandbags or tape on their heads when initially detained. These were removed before prisoners were interrogated and were only replaced as temporary, and I emphasize temporary, as in a few hours, corrective measures foroutright misbehavior. None of the prisoners were arbitrarily punished or left. unsupervised. Some prisoners who were particularly uncooperative or repeatedly a problem were placed in very limited stress-positions for a
.--limited amount of time. As a unit, we drafted an SOP for these positions and I used them sparingly. Iraqis areused to a much harsher way of life, especially under Saddam's regime, and the approved stress positions for theUS Army are paltry compared to what he used to do to people. In other words, they were ineffective and largely a joke. All of the corrective measures used in the prison at that time were approved and we kept documentationat the prison according 'to regulations. A Task Force inspection team consisting of three captains visited ourprison in the spring and determined that we were being too lenient and nice to the prisoners. The inspectionteam came well after the Hazim case was closed. All of the prisoners detained during this case were given dueconsideration and hum9nitarian treatment according to regulations at the time and the capabilities of the facility.
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A: She is also assigned to my unit as a counter-intelligence agent. She was conducting interrogations at theprison with me. At that time, we were the only two interrogators assigned to the prison.
Q: Why were you requested to grow a mustache?
A: To go undercover. I also speak fluent Iraqi dialect. It is also a status symbol among Iraqi males.
Q: Was there anyone at the prison who had a tattoo of an eagle?
A: I definitely don't remember anyone having a tattoo of an eagle or bird.
Q: Were there any other females matching the description of 65 — . 68 inches, white, thin and physically fit?
A: No.
Q: Did you witness any abuse to any detainees?
.
A: No.
Q: Did you abuse any detainees?
A: No.
Q: Why were the eyes taped on prisoners?
A: A standard security measure to keep them from knowing the layout of the facility.
Q: What were the types of punishment used at the facility?
A: Either sandbag over the head or during an extreme case, a stress position. That was regulated.
Q: Did you personally participate in any detainee punishment?
A: Yes. If you let the guards do it, you left yourself open to potential abuse and culpability. The prisoners weremy responsibility.
Q: Was the discipline supervised?
A: Yes. Specific punishments had time limits and were always supervised.
Q: How long were these detainees during this operation at the facility?
A: Some of the detainees stayed up to three weeks, I think. This was due to the sheer volume of prisoners and limited intelligence personnel as well as we were conducting major task force operations based on theintelligence we received from these detainees. We kept them to confirm the identities of the new guys we gotfrom there interrogations.
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Q: Who has the SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) now?
A: No. We blanked the hard disks upon leaving the facility. That is also SOP.
Q: Who else would know abut the SOP?
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Q: How long were the prisoners left in restraints for any period of time?
A: They are always handcuffed in the front so that they could eat and use the bathroom on their own. A
medic would check all the prisoner's restraints and medical concerns twice a day.

Q: Did you ever punch or kick a prisoner?
A: No.
Q: Did you ever witness someone else punch or kick a prisoner?
A: No.
Q: Were the prisoner's ever tied to poles?
A: As part of a stress position, yes.
Q: Were the prisoner's mouths taped shut?
A:
No We could gag them if they were communicating, but I don't remember that the mouths were taped.
We did use, soft cotton engineer tape to gag the prisoner's. If a detaining unit didn't have sandbags, they
might use tape. Upon reception though, the tape would have been cut off immediately in order to give the
prisoner a medical screening. 6i cvoi-4a0Apli scpvuzAs was 0,15D 46-r-e-r-t .Aglee‘le-

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What kinds of positions were used Es stress position?

A:
They were either kneeling or sitting for up to one hour. Rarely, their hands would be handcuffed behind
their head to a pole behind them while they were sitting or kneeling.

Q: Do you have anything else to add to this statement?
A: No.///END OF STATEMENT/4m
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UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE BY ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE. I HAVE INITIALED ALL

CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF EACH PAGE CONTAINING THE STATEMENT. I HAVE MADE THIS STATEMENT
FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OR BENEFIT OFARD, WITHOUT THRE OF PU WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL

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LOCATION: Fort Hood, TX DATE: Oct 04 TIME: ) `4 3.
FILE NUMBER: 0881-04-CM034

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NAME (Last, First MI): amomms SSAN:amims GRADE / STATUS: E-4 , _ /
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS: 312TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BN, 1CD, FORT HOOD, TX 76544

RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
The investigator whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States Army Criminal InvestigatioT
Command Special Agent and wanted to question me about the lt owing offense(s) of which I am
suspecte : Assault, Cruelty/Maltreatment of Detainees//
Before he/she asked me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the
following rights:

1.
I do not have to answer questions or say anything.

2.
Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.

3.
(For personnel subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after
questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange
for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me, or both.

- or -
(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after
questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that I
arrange for at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for me before
any questioning begins.

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COMMENTS: HAVE YOU EVER REQUESTED A LAWYER AFTER BEING READ YOUR RIGHTS? Y

Ili understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and ake a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me
Witness# 1
Signature of Witness Signature of Interviewee
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Witness# 2
Signature of Witness Signa v s ga or pecial Agent
43D MP Det (DSE), 6th MP Grp (CID) Fort Hood, TX 76544-5000
• NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
I do not want to give up my rights: I want a lawyer: . I do not want to be questioned or say anything: .

Signature of IntervieWee:
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LOCATION DATE NW TIME 1111, FILE NUMBER
FORT HOOD, TX 76544 22 Oct 04 /s-0 0881-04-CID034
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want to make the following Statement under oath: I was assigned at the Al Habbaniyah detention facility while I was deployed to Iraq. I worked there as one of the two primary interrogators assigned at the facility. A mobile interrogation team (MIT) would also come occasionally to the facility. I don't remember if they came during the timeframe that the construction crew was there. Members of that team did have mustache. The team was based out of Fort Gordon, GA. I never saw SGT//,‘Z
iiiirafikhave a mustache while I was deployed with him I never saw any detainee physically assaulted nor did I physically assault any detainee. The detainees were left in hand restraints at all times for the personal safety of the guards. They were restrained with their hands in front as so they could eat and use the bathroom. Once in a while, in accordance with either a disciplinary action or interrogation technique, a detainee was placed against a pole with their hands behind their heads and hand cuffed around the pole. The detainees were left in that position for no more than an hour. Engineer tape was used on detainees only if we could not keep the detainee quiet after a prolonged effort and as a last resort. Sand bags were also used. These were deterrents in so that the detainees would not talk to each other to conspire a story. I. remember on one occasion that we did use tape to tape the eyes of detainees. This was because we didn't want the detainee's to see who was being released and we knew that they could see through the sand bags. This was so there would not be any retaliatory action taken against the released detainees. I don't remember anyone that had a tattoo of an eagle or bird. I really don't know who the female would be either. Our detention facility went through numerous inspections where they would state we were being almost too lenient on the detainees. We followed all standard operating procedures (SOP) in place and treated all the detainees humanely at all times.
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Q: Did you ever place any detainees in any physical positions?
A: Yes. They were called stress positions. I would always supervise the detainee while they were in the
position. They were placed in the position according to SOP for either discipline or interrogation.

Q: Do you know if there is a copy of the SOP?
A: I don't know. The detention facility was closed down around May 04. It turned into just a holding
facility.

Q: Do you know of anyone that was at the facility that might have violated the SOP?
A: No.
Q: Do you have anything else to add to this statement?
A: No.///END OF STATEMENT/Oh ‘Ics
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File Number: 900-041-CID034 02 92 -04—C I D 25 9-80308
Location: Building 2200, FortT4,304 7 44
rate: 28 Oct 04
Time:
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was locatocFnear liabbati4a1Oract::igy prinlaty duties were to s .Creen -prisoner#and.:,

i The :06ridtiotintoOgatk4ls.nt pria6ners brought to the Maullattan Control FacilityMaJiattan Control facility was conoistedat :diff6r.e4t:timps ,..of.Thrpq different prisons .1 worked at all doting tho :course otoly :4vloyggoitft•cim: Sep.03:t6 Sep 04, 1 must ,haveCOridiCtiod. over 300.iitteikokatibusand'fiad:attansTatorWithiazat:alisduring
Twa.5"a#signed to niY,ouri,.
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any one time-was arottott 115:tito.ziotasotithiboi3Ofprtitotiett ,lwould bo aroand:30.and:

:'•*4#/04141$04*olttiofoo*ifitia:::" When :t prisoner;vis brought to the facilityAey: • womigeorottgi4 medically sotognot:00•gnett a number, and file would '66,.4:5*01151W:‘0.4 theni multided any witness :stOteolgoto-ood:ft results ofthe Ineditat screening,
--,ue,of$0*kiivoitat441:bolovgd to a cell and a -prelinditary interview would be C6tidocted'Witinly0O:110110Of otoopktintall 4dtainigotive:*ork. At all tiinea:ptiOnef0: : restrafiiedby asiOgfkt,onff4,:*Iiioh *;d1* used on their hatida4vriaTonly,:iii06* . Were Of toil- boches NO prisoner was behirid.die'.baok Atie* igratlicit ,a0aidbfartitink-
4 hygiene reasons to allow 416 prisoners to ogt,:E4koy pilaorter#intbe COOMard.
-would have their eyes covered usually with .aandllass'::Ortape:':;1`..46,tori$on did n6( use
sandhags outside The sandbags and tape were used to doter pri#oner0i •
ftouvgaloPt.their bearings and eortununiCating4ith each other ;Gags were only

, 464,:as,a4iort4ternitoontorroni:witatinnkating lvitiveach other,. and the gags were only used the prisoners would continue to speak after being watned. G4igs*em.40v.
"usedfor loort:two::og:400Ota time Sandbags and tape were used when the prisoners*pre...0**46,.I04*001.4w,ogoioognyWitsed W:cloys,if they were outside The tapewas u#ed:very-infregoontlY,und only used to proVent rjriO4ivito, from removing the sandbags Anytime a prisoneP ate, used t1-.0,:batbx6014; ,ig Nv. , given water, which they were given theitape6t'siandba.0 *Oa boreintiVed,, Anytime
-trlOpner:nalcodt6-usetlie:Oatbroont or to drink water; the opportunities were afferded,Thepri•On had #6t meal times and prisoners were 'given luntouitarian mcals, *bleb are : • riiealaroady eat:(1gRE't) at least puce a day.sornetin*stwo a day.; ixoWever,:..tlie.pri#4 ,
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Q Didyou ever iti.te.rpziggte Mr..
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1?:: I have just shown you A mug shot photograph Of Vir....11ft dth: . "a teeognizethig'f0, -10.../¦--

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A : Ifi7J-risOpers were attempting to :speak 4tey:wettld he;.:gkkgedn$Ing renkineerfapse or teen.4trayttaitY;tutiO0.4 ..-th**Ouldlit git,i
sepax.ate4-fipm;other .priiotier&:so :*osi& pthetprisonero..
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•Did they everAysi011y abuse anytletaineeg? A No, had very limited contact with detainees you know the names of the interpreters gad guaids at the prisonI-. *The guards were a rotating detail and were pulled from all over,. I kiiow, m)Me:pf the
rdsliames,like sarammill NFl, SGT NFl, PEC NFl, z, 4e oc---zreand SGT NFl, all from MC 1-3,4:Arinor BN, 1BCT, IID, Fortkileyri` ,
, XS The interpreters who worked 'a the prison Verb Mr1•111111111111111111 the -other two 4 V,/.3 jriterpfeterk: Otto was an Iraqi local hire first name 111111111rNF.4. who W1s 4ianised for .z
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:pipe gouging. tlie-eoptraetoro and the other one was,
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pieLlheytver physically abuse' detainees?
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LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSMVE
sTATEmEwrop .,,tfazaz ArPoRTIMOD TX 74544-D4TIO ti6/07/05, 6e-01-be--fr-COMINUEDt
AtWhite theyweipiti with file, a.nd theywereonly at the i*iison .Whert ,we. wire:
seondueting interviews, An allegation came up regarding PFC by a detainee,- ‘ --c,4;-(7(-(z-
*Min I cannot remember, that stated PFCIIMMIAit the detainee inthestomach Tbefe .
Wa no sign of injury and no way to verify the atcusatiomd instructed the:Sergeant-Of:he ,
010rd.thAt.e.tyte ,:bh*yoPKI1111111111111kehtirfor:mpfe. -010sely:Rnd limit his 0.01.440
With prisoners 67C--

Was this incident ever repotted outside the pristinlto the lackof evidence -andfor withegses, didstOt teriOrt ate oident..:Q:: Did - you. hoe a ing4ache while you were .injo.4.1
th4ye a•l)ard'*esto-*g,a.hanstaehe. Q Did any of the aboveinentionedindkvicinalshAm, .
.ik-Ttitikl*A1111111111addes: Do you have anytattoog7
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tattoo lily left shoulder Ifilkwhiph-Ott#1,4410 .'11•7e/
Q Didyou 'work With anyone over m Iraq wbo b4 a tattoo .0074 11041:4*,040, any where on the arms Fbody? Nottat,I.ear(01e6„C Q Ott you..e*pr see. detafnees;that in4:hav‘Oheen0hS .
T;ibill:bkabsed7
some prisoners eomeinto . the fapiiitylhAt;114d tleen:inj*ir ihe heing', detained due to attempts to flee, but nothing at the prjor4:: fg:•ffaytheyzycattieen treated:,:her0-:todayr
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HAVE READ OR -:HAVE:H.Ku---READ ro ME THX8. STATEMENT p qv' t• /
HICH BEGINS ON'" PAGE 1 AND• ENDS ON PAGE -.

ON FULLY UNDERSTAND THE !CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE :STATEMENT MADE THE STATEMENT IS ;Tam., 4: RAVE .INITIALED ALL • CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF BACH AGE -.CONrrAININO, TH STTEMEt'TT I HAvg.10,1* THIS ..t.tATEryttNZP-EliY' '''.•WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT : OR REWARD ­
, WITHOUT 'THREAT OF RUINTISHMENTii *-07
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PIVINCIPAL PURP-
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lawyer first and NyidioU: havin g Iswyer presntiwill) tile..
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ATTACH THIS. WAIVER .CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (DA ; FORM 2823) ,StJF;szQUENTL. ` EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECT/A
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WANT:TO:M.­
40; THE FQLLOWING STATEIONTTAIDER
Waa.attichedlo.'p412T MI BN and deployed to 64 on 10 September '4003.
Was,assIgued to Camp Mauhattatts, 14 My dutiet were Vehiclo .:.thahiteuance, area
'heat cation Cont -gatO operations, and detainee tioVemOnt. .1. Vas redeployed and '
At Fort 1-100d-Oli12- .1-U#0 2004.

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:;ore they differ000:

A: I did not peerOruti atiy dkttics.
tizt:ArAllei0 awns ;

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:Qf What contact did . you ,haife piiioners?

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-AINoi never saw uuyone, else kick or hit'a priaouer. :: What:w60414Opria0fterItandling procedureg -patIcerningpiimshoterit
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I do not' ilo* exactly, Wall* only thing that coed be ,doe would:, have bee* solitary con rte Ittly1b6k -ritiwtidnr to the interrogation rooms What were the p4sOter hang pro dares ton:emit* nuttiber4f AtOligaiM :S.::11*toost I ever sawn in a cell: was four at were the tiritthet handling titddedtsrot::eone0*g 1e iberesflio '00Ni:or Was' peittitted restraints?
Theipisoterg were fn the tiineVrior to, ti .tt SOP, hhcl Sloe bpi
ago theltht Glirtahe around jat/Pob -04. By *allow SOP iheozotetaAvef.4--,onlyitt
restraints dttitgtratsporto,tim
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restrained move r i x bOadg for periods of thne?
1 Dior to \vete .olieviectto:4eike,:die#1 -iatd**tialtedffit*.
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HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REWAR])1 icgmotrV -THENrotrj3TATTsHmegT4 AND WITHOUT :COERCION ?. 17NLAWFOLINtbENOEI, OR PNIANFW, INOVCEMENT.,
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