CID Report: 0384-04-CID023-67275

CID Report of investigation initiated by Secretary of Defense on basis of “a photograph suspected to depict U.S. Army personnel abusing an Iraqi detainee.” The photograph, taken with a digital camera and found on a government computer, depicts three Iraqi detainees “zip-tied to bars in a stress position, fully clothed, with hoods over their heads, and three soldiers posing in the background.” One of the soldiers, who was holding a broom, explained in a written statement that she was “posing as if I was sticking the end of the broomstick into the rectum of a restrained detainee.”

Conclusion: Investigation had established probable cause to believe that four U.S. soldiers “committed the offenses of Conspiracy, Failure to Obey a General Order, and Cruelty & Maltreatment.”

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Investigative File
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Friday, July 16, 2004
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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
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FOR OFFICIAL USX ONLY Law Enforcement Sensitive
DEPARTMENT OF THE All
U.S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND 87th Military Poke Detachment (CID)
3d Military Police Group (CID), Building 8-1221 Randolph Street, Fort Bragg, North Caroline28310-831
16 Jul 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - FINAL (C)/SSI -0384-2004-CW023-67275 --_- 5X1 / 5Y2B7 / 5Y2E
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1.21 DEC 2003, 0001 - 21 DEC 2003, 2359; DIVISION CENTRAL COLLECTION
POINT (LB960873), IRAQ
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 28 MAY 2004, 0700
INVESTIGATED BY:
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SUBJECT: ,i7C 446-
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11111111111011. MALE; WHITE; 855TH MPCOMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFT)
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2. 11111111111.111111111111/MID; SGT, , MALE; 855TH MP
COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO
OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFT)

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3.al1¦111111111111111111111111. SGT)111111111111111111, FEMALE; WHITE; D
COMPANY, 313TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTAL (82ND AIRBORNE
DIVISION), FORT BRAGG, NC 28310; FC ; CONSPIRA• , FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL
ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI).---

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4•almonommumunt SPCAMIIIM11.1111111111.11k MALE; 855TH MP
COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO
OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFL)

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VICTIM:
1.
UNKNOWN, ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY
AND MALTREATMENT (NFl)

2.
U.S. GOVERNMENT (CJTF-7); FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER

INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
This investigation was initiated upon notification from the Office of the Secretary of Defense that a photograph suspected to depict US Army personnel abusing anrignqi detainee was found. eis).4 .47 Tistiet It: 11 an established 14 12-1 1 i, '
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t to believe SOT , SGT111111111111., SPC
and SPC committed the offenses of Conspiracy, Failure to Obey a
General Order, and Cruelty and Maltreatment when they posed for an inappropriate photograph
with detainees.
STATUTES:
Art 81, UCMJ: Conspiracy
Art 92, UCMJ: Fail to-Obey General Order
Art 93, UCMJ: Cruelty and Maltreatment
EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
Attached:

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1. Agent's Investigative Report (AIR) of SA1111.111111111.02S May 04, detailing the Basis for Investigation; Interview of Subjects; and Other Investigative Activity.
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2. Photograph depicting SOT411111.11118t Y' , and SPC
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standing next to an Iraqi detainee while SGT is pointing a broom at the detainee. 47% -..teS6-_i—
3. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of , 1 Jul 04, detailed the photo of her standing next to SPC
and SP . e she pointed a broom at an Iraqi detainee, while working at the detention facility at St. MERE Forward Operating Base (FOB).
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4. AIR of SA
11 Jun 04, detailing Other Investigative Activity.
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5. Waiver Certificate and Sworn
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detailed the photo of himself and SPC L
stanclix^next tt; SG while she
pointed a broom at an Iraqi detainee, taken while he worked at the detention facilit3r at St.
MERE FOB.
6.
AIR of SAumpt 07 Jul 04, detailing Other Investigative Activity.

7.
Waiver Certificate and S -VIL.-,M'" 't of SPC Alltallig07 he detailedthe photo of himself and SPC

standing next to SGT hile she pointeda broom at an Iraqi detainee, taken while he worked at the detention facility at St. MERE FOB.
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8.
AIR of SAIIIIIIIIS 15 Jul 04, detailing Other Investigative Activity.
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9.
15-6 Investigation Report of MAJIIIMINIO 21 Jun 04.

Not Attached:
None.
The originals of Eexhibits 1, 4, 6, and 8 were retained in the files of this office. The original of
Exhibit 2 was destroyed:The originals of Exhibits 3, 5, 7 were maintained in the files of this
office pending adjudication. The original of Exhibit 9 is retained at Headquarters 319th MI Bn,
82nd Airborne Division.
STATUS: This is a Final (C) Report. This investigation is being terminated in accordance with Section V, paragraph 4-17(4), GDR 195-1, in that the supported staff judge advocate or prosecutor is of the opinion that sufficient admissible evidence is available to prosecute thesubject for the offense(s), that additional investigation would produce only cumulative and unneeded evidence. Leads remaining include the interview of the Iraqi detainees depicted in the photograph. Commanders Report of Disciplinary Action Taken, DA Form 4833, pertaining SPC
1111111111111., SGT411.11. SGTIM111111. and SPC
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REPORT PREPARED BY REPORT APPROVED BY

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DISTRIBUTION:
1-The Adjutant General, MU David P. Rataczak, Arizcinia National Qmrd, 5636 E.
McDowell Street, Phoenix, AZ 1008 . . , -5

__ 1-Action Commander, CO 98th Troop Command, 3933 West ValleyMine Drive, Tucson, AZ 85745 CDR USACIDC CURRENT OPNS (DETAINEE ABUSE CASES)
1-Action Commander thru Commander, 313th MI BN, fort Bragg, NC 28310
to Commander, D Company, 313th MI BN, fort Bragg, NC 28310 1 - Commander, USACIDC, ATTN: DSCOPS, 6010 6th Street, Ft Belvoir, VA 22060 CHIEF OF STAFF, 18TH AIRBORNE CORPS, (CO1111 . , Alel! 44-3 CHIEF OF STAFF, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION, CO ' .1a-
3' 46 -3 CID CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER (MR 474 ` ikki Commander, 10th Military Police BN, Fort Bragg, NC (LT 61`•5, 6P3 COMMUNITY PROVOST MARSHAL, FORT BRAGG (LTCOSIMINIPat 31 443 COMMANDER, 902D MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (SARIN. 67t1.) Ade/DEPUTY GARRISON COMMANDER, FBNC (MR_ WC 3J 4 4-5 PMO BLOTTER CLERK PMO OPERATIONS SGT (MSG ininiiikiaabb4-3 PROVOST MARSHAL 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION (IVIAJ/11¦111104x-3, A6 -.3 PROVOST MARSHAL, XVIII ABN CORPS (COLIFINIIIIMIK) 67c3.44-3 STA, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION (MA.111111111111111111111. dn'ij 46-3 Cdr, 10th MP Bn, Ft Bragg, NC Commander, 3rd MP Group, USACIDC (Operations), Fort Gillem, GA 1 - Director, USACRC, 6010 6th Street, Ft Belvoir VA 22060 (Original) 1-FILE
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DODDOACID-004778
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT ROI NUMBER
CLD Regulation 195-1 0384-04-CID023- 6:7?7c
DETAILS Page 1 of 2
BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION:

This investigation was initiated upon notification from the Office of the Secretary of Defense that a photograph suspected to depict an American Soldier abusing an Iraqi detainee had been found on a government computer.
DETAILS:

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About 0715, 28 May 04, SA 111111111111110coordinated with LTC sommignimpp313 1" Military
Intelligence (MI) Battalion, Fort C 28310 (FBNC), pertaining to photographs taken, which may depict
suspected detainee abuse. LT
stated he knew of one such photograph, depicting three Iraqi
detainees ip-tied to bars in a stress position, fully clothed, •
over their heads, and three soldiersposing in the background. One of those soldiers, SGT D Company, 313 th
MI, FBNC, can be seen holding a broom pointed at one of the detainees. The other two soldiers are assigned to
the 855 th Military Police (MP) Company (Co), Arizona National Guard (AZNG), and w e
ttisgl to the 82"
Airborne (ABN) Division (DIV), in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OM. LT stated no formWee had taken place, and as far as he knew this was the only such photograph taken. LTC s ted he had been in possession of a digital copy of the photograph, but had destroye it.additionally s
-6 investigation haneen initiated and was being investigated by MA • 1,3
'
3 Id Brigade, 82" ABN DIV, FBNC.
About 0800, 28 May A -/
04, SAmmorcoordinated with MAJumem, wherein a review of the 15-6 Investigation was conducted. During the review the following Investigative Activity was noted:
On 5 Apr 4, CPT
Headquarters Support Company (HSC), 313 th MI, FBNC, wasinterviewed and provided a sworn statement, wherein she detailed her knowledge of the discovery of the
photograph in question.
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Dn 6 APR 4, SGTINIallewas
advised of her rights, which she waived, providing a sworn statement,
Arher
admitted to posing in the photograph in question, but denied physically ab •
amees. SGT
ted the photograph had been taken on or about 21 Dec 03 by SGTCo, AZNG, and depict
.ther two individuals as PC i.s.from the 855 th MP Company, AZNG. She identified the thotograph, and SPC ,8551" MP Co, AZNG, wearing a hat in the

855th MP Co, AZNG.
4 c-3
)n 17 May 04, SSG D Co, 313 th MI, FBNC, was advised of his
fights, which he waived, providing a sworn statement,
wherein he detailed his knowledge of the photograph.
"YPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
4144, ASV)
; 87th Military Police Detachment (CID) (DSE) IGNATURE 3d MP Group, Fort Bragg NC 28310-5000
DATE
EXHDEUT
28 May 04
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DETAILS -3

SS
stated he told SP
to destroy the photograph, because he wanted to handle the
incident at the lowest level possible.
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On 22 May 04, SG
as advised of his rights, which he waived, providing a sworn statem he admitted to taking the photograph in question, but denied physically abusing the detainees. SGT hotograph had been taken with a digital camera and he had downloaded it on to his computer. SGTs ted one other similar photograph had been taken by o
's, but it had been destroyed and
to the best of his knowledge it had not been disseminated. SG
nied being ordered to destroy the
photograph, but stated he had erased it before leaving Iraq.
On 24 May 4, SPC
was advised of his rights, which he waived, providing a sworn statement
knitted to posing in the photograph in question, but denied physically abusing the detainees. SPC
ted he had the photograph on his computer, but may no longer have it. He denied being ordered to
destroy it.
Agents Comment: MAJ11114gprovided a o
Tut of the image, which was found on the government
computer (see photograph for details). MA
rther stated that he would provide this °face with_a
copy of the 15-6 Investigation upon completion and approval of his fmdings.

476s)* Ar
On 01 Jul 04, SAllitalliPadvised f her legal rights, which she waived.
rendered a sworn statement adxnitting to posing for the photograph, but denied touching the detainee with the

broom or physically abusing the detainee. ///LAST ENTRY///

DODDOACID-004780
YPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER
ORGANIZATION
74-b 44./) b2.
87th Military Police Detachment (CID) (DSE)
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IGNA 3d MP Grou , Fort Bra NC 28310-5000
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
JTHORITY:
Title 10, United States Code, Section 3012(g) 03 8 4' Q
(INCIPAL PURPOSE: 3 la7 XJTINE USES: To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately Identified.
Your Social Security Number is usedSCLOSURE: as an additionallaitemate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
Disclosure of your Social Security Number Is voluntary.
LOCATION . D Office, Fort Bragg, NC 28310 2. DATE . 3..FILE NO.
1 jun 04 TIME

AMU 4..
0384-04-C1D023
An- s, ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
SSN D Company, 313th
7. Military Intelligence Battalion
GRADE/STATUS
70-Fort Bragg, NC 28310E-5/AD
PART I - RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
tion A. Rights
nvestigator whose name appears b t S old me that he/she is with the United States Army
ec ent -,$,
Criminal Tire ation Command
scte.Failure
to obe General Order, and wanted to quesd
Cruel of Subordinate Co. .irac 11/ the following offense(s) of which I am
e Rlshe asked me any questions about the offense(s),
I do not have to answer any question or say anythirt ver,bekhe.made It deor to me that I have the folio

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rights:
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Anything I say or do can be used as evidence again a criminal trial..
'For. personnel subject othe EICA1.1 "'rib
I have the right to to k Privately to a lawyer.
luring q• . This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I
re, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
r both. 47c.$) IA 4-5-arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed
for me at no expense to me,

or civilians not subject to the UCMJ) Or
I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with
e 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

be appointed for me before any questioning
I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a iffiErro stop answering questions at any time, or
eak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even If I sign the waiver below.
OMMENTS (Continue on reverse side) 741 14-3 you been advised of your rights within the last 30 days? e_s ,
vitsc.c/
n B. Waiver
CLC C.

resent with me.
and my rights as stated above. I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a
WITNESSES (If available)
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87th MP Det (CID)(ABN) Fort Bragg, NC 283101 Non-waiver
not want to give up my rights
I want a lawyer

DODDOACID-004781
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For use of this form, see AR 190-45; the proponent agency is ODCSVS 8 4 6D 0 47; C
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PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY:.
Title 10 USC Section 301; Title 5 USC Section 2951; E.O. 9397 dated November 22, 1943

PRINCIPAL
(SSN).
To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may
ROUTINE USES:.
be y Identified.
Your social security number is used as an additional/alternate means of Identification to facilitate accuratel
DISCLOSURE:
filing and retrieval.
Disclosure of your social security number is voltmtary.
1. LOCATION
CID Office, Fort Bragg, NC 28310 .2. DATE (YYYYMAiDD) 3. TIME.4. FILE NUMBER

2004/06/01
5. 0384-04-C1D023
6. SSN
GRADVSTATUS
8. ORGAN TION Ott SS E-5/AD
D Company, 313th Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Bragg, NC 28310

4--
, WANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT UNDER OATH:
On

or about 21 December 2003, I was working at the 82nd Airborne Division InterrogatitasoFacility (DIF) Righseveral
(around 21 December 2003) there was a low in detainees, and th t before Christmas
co pie of days. Myself; and several o . ogators N. ..4-1 let have a lot of • ts . IA

.11.I I
.yr. igcluding SGT 7 *2, ,
fooling around in the prison, and SGT SPC tain,:s
as if I was §8k several photographs .. t day. One of :,1:,,1l7
sticking the end of a broom stic into the rectum of a res . .., it.:..Iik..t.posing
II tlj, ..
'. . e. SP 0.
behind me in the photograph as if they ate encouraging me, and S . ¦ ,dSP ' standing
.r.k the photo :-. • V
the photograph, all of whom are flexicuffed to the bars leading '
are three tamees total in heads. I do not remember the specific reasons these detainees were put in that
outsi. o 4. interrogation area and have sandbags covering their position either because the interrogators felt that the detainee could position, however were put in that stress
disciplinary problem. The photograph was not planned, provide farther intelligence, or because the detainee was aand the detainees were not put up there just to take thephotograph, they
were already there when we decided to take the picture. The picture was taken spontaneously, as a joke, which I now understand was
the worst lapse in judgement that I could have had. However, the broom never came in contact with the detainee, and I never once
'it or humiliated that detainee, or any other. The detainees could not see what was going on because they had sandbags on their
leads. Because I do not speak.
ny fellow interrogators, and the UPs Lwas_almost always accompanied by a translator while working at the DIF. My translator,

. SC Can. all attest to my conduct while working there.

Vi 14-1
. SGC
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Who's idea was it to e the photo?
L. I don't know, but I think it was a collective idea of all of us. ). Do you know the names of the Iraqi detainees depicted in the photo?
.. No.
!. Do you know why they were detained?

.. No. .

!. Who ordered the detainees to be put in that position?
.. I don't know. . .
Where did the broom come from? . I don't know. .
How did you come into possession of the broom?
.
Somebody had to have given me the broom, because I never swept, but I don't remember who.
. Have you ever abused any. detainee in any form?
No.
Have you ever been witness to any form of detainee abuse?

No.
Did you interrogate any of the detainees depicted in the photo?

It's possible, but I can't say for sure.
Did you receive training addressing the proper treatment of detainees before your deployment to Iraq? --
No, I did not receive any specific training at the unit level prior to my deployment, but I did receive general training throughout
Basic Interrogation Course. There was an SOP there at the DIF that outlined the proper treatment of detainees.

Were you required to read, and be familiar with it?
Yes.
Where was this SOP located?

DODDOACID-004782
On a bookshelf in the MI office, we also had a soft copy of it on the co liters. -
EXHIBIT
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ATEMENT

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9. STATEMENT (Continued)
Q. Where were the picture's taken by SGT
A. They were originally downloaded on , .tc, ' :
-: ..,. II(
di n't have a copy of any of the photo's myse d
Q. , Ido know that they were shared, I do not know with whom, I
Where .did. .A.,•.,..„:„ ., ,,,,,
copy of the photo, the one fo
A. SPC „.„11 it to m yourwarded to MAT
e. adigigil
Q. When were you notified that a 15-6 investigation was being conduCted?
A. Sometime in late Mara 04.
Q. Did yo .,:.-i t •;., .7.
, ., -*, yone say that the photo needed to be destroyed?
A. SSG

.: ted that the photo needed to be destroyed.

Q.
Who 411 • , lay this to?# A. A group of MP's. IQ. What time did SGT

e the photo?
A. Sometime between 0700 all
1400.
I
1 Q. How long were
the detainees lield in the stress ositions, similar to the one in the phot
IA. A couple of hours. -. '? : Q. At the time the photo was ta/cen did you know what you were doing was wrong?
A.-=-1-
did know that it was wrong, but it was just a joke, I didn't think about it at the time.
Q.-
Has anyone approached you and suggested that you lie about your involvementin this incident?
Q. Has any attempt been made to cover up this
dent?
Q. Do you have anything else to add to ..- . ir , il
t at this time?
A. No. ///END OF STATEMENT///
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E ORM 2823 DEC 1998
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"STATEM ENT OF SG
TAKEN AT Fort Bragg
DATED
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G-5) b4-C-DODDOACID-004784
FIDAVIT
, HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT
NHICH = EGIN ON PAGE 1, AND E SO P GE 11 LLY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE
3Y ME. THE STATEMENT IS TRUE. I HAVE INITIALED ALL CORRECTIONS AND HAVE INITIALED THE BOTTOM OF EACH PAGE ;ONTAINING THE STATEMENT. I HAVE MADE THIS STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REWARD, WITHOUT
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HREAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWF U
IAlrl .ire NT,
men°. •
ilTNESSES: Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to
administer oaths, this 1st day of
.lune 7004 at the AD.

C 28310
)RGANIZATION OR ADDRESS Git-6)‘-/
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DETAILS
Fa*
About 1100, 1 Jun 04, SA
Military Police De • • received Request For Assistance (RFA),

t • 0384-
IP,), Fort Bragg, NC 2 1 , 04-C1D023, from the 87 1h
cate, fully ID, an co d t
(NF1], SPC Eject interviews
'(NFI), all members of the 855 th Military Police Com (NF1), and SP
Street, Phoenix, AZ 85020 an

(PAZ), pertaining py, (Arizona National Guard), 10222 N 7'h
to a photograph depicting suspected detainee abuse.
About 1820, 1 Jun 04, S Tarigob

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coordinated with SGroute
t
S s geles, CA, and would not re ytelephone who related he was en
further coordinated with SG t e ucson, AZ (TA.33-Aarea until late evening, 3 Tun 04.
A ..iilkto conduct an interview at 1300, 4 Jun 04.

6. ../
About 1050, 2 Jun 04, Sti coordinated with SFC
Illarlii4
855th Military Police (MP)
Company, PAZ, who related he was briefed by his chain of command not to release any information to any
perso .' ,
iC
involved with the 15-6 Inquiry involving members of the 855th MP Company. SFC
--n..
further related he was directed to refer all persons requesting information to MAJ 0.1.1.3
f the Arizona National Guard. se* 3
ow -
About 1110, 2 Jun 04, SA
ated with MAJ
CD was investigating. MAT
.r lated he
immediately referred S are that
Chief State Judge Advocate, Arizona Army National Guard o LT
e•FFI),
(A ANG), 602-2671111147cts,Ak3
..
ri. jwaszao
Ab ut 1 2 Jun 04, SAirificoordinated with LT%oll...my telephone, wherein LTC
indicted he was unaware of the criminal investigation conducted by CID. LTC
ndicated he was conc -.3,43
d •
. o the validity of the
5-6 TC statements, which were taken under the authority of tl e
stated he had been in contact with the 15-6 investigating officer, MAJ

FBNC) who had condu ted n
eadquarters and Headquarters Company, 82 nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC 28310
ft" Company. LTC ews and obtained sworn statements from sever rs of the 855
ecommended this office coordinate with MA 'hf the criminal investigation.
d inform him bout 1200, 2 Jun 04, S
ated with S
;1D), FBNC, and b Duld contact MAJ on all aspects of the investigation. achment related he
d brief him on all aspects of the investigation. out 1330, 2 Jun 04, S
coordinated with SPvacation in
mother (NFT), who related he was
ea where he was scheduled to meet his children who reside atillillOiX43;
R444.5 the last week of Jun 04.
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About 1345 2 Jun 04, SAIllitipcoordinated with SAllakitipland provided the address of SPC
o him.
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About 1400, 2 Jun 04, SA j__
contacted by M.A.T
criminal investigation. MA who related he was unaware of the
er related he had conducted
terviews and wasprovided swom statements during the 15-6 Inquiry. Additionally, MA.T
related he was not goingto conduct any further interviews or obtain any other sworn statements.
About 04, SA
contacted by SFCallidailawho related he w 141 f by
ho told him he was not going to conduct any further interviews. SFC
fErther related his unit would cooperate with the investigation.
About 1530 04 Sfifi
• Mit°nducted surveillance at SPC Surveillance was terminated at 1815, 2 Jun 04. There was no moveme
the residence and no one entered or exited the residence. nt from wi th i
n
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About 1100, 4 Jun 04, SA Jim* 64 -5--
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Agvaago b y SPC
I
unavailable until 0800, 11 Jun 04. S l o related he will be
coordinated with SP
that time. to meet with him at Ab u
5, Jun 04, SAallicoordinated with Mr
who related he was representing SGJS Army Criminal Investigation Command w quired as to why the
gating this c e h
iworn Statements during a 15-6 Inquiry. SA s client had made previous nvestigation were independent of each other. ed M hat the 15-6 Inquiry and this
vas not facing any related he would like to be assured his client
charges and req est
rosecution. S tter of agreement or immunity from criminal
armed Mr
e did not have that
ay of the de o 'ty and was unable to discuss
vestigation with him over the telephone. M further related he wouldto this office for further investigation and a Sworn Statement.
Additionally. Mr
elated he was unavailable until 9-10 Jun 04. bout 1400, 9 Jun 04, SAligiagoordinated with
MrAillawho related he would not allow his
Tent to make any statement until he received a letter of d a guarantee from thtgovernment his(ent would not be charged with any type of crime.
er relate h- b lieved his client had
formation, which would be helpful to the investigation. Additionally,
related during one of
conversations with his client, the "No Photo" issue was discussed. M
indicated his client
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y and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in reference to the "No Photo" policy, however.
related his client said "Everyone" was taking pictures.
About 0815 1 0 S CT/
, interviewed Mr (SPC) Who waived his legal rights and provided a Sworn Statement wherein he , and there was not any physical contact between the
urther Army personnel
stated he was unaware of any other photographs exposed on -^lther date, where Army personnel and detainees were
stated the M pirStographed. Additionally, Mr
te ig nne
ence (MI) persol
photograph the detainee's for identification purposes. camera, which they used to 13olicy or SOP which addressed the no taking ontinued to say, he was aware of a content's or what it said verbatim. phs within the facility but did not know the exact
mistreat or abuse
er stated he did not see anyone at any time
any of the detainee's
so stated many of the MPI .
cameras while deployed. (See Rights Waiver Certificate and onnel had
Statement of M
STATUS: This action closed in the files of this office. No
further investigative activity is anticipated.
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ADDRC1-A TION 855th Military Police Company, 10222 North 7`h Street, Phoenix, AZ 85020
ANT TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING STA UNDER OATH:
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litkot to F jib, Iraq inSeptember 2003 and the second wave of the Airborne came in and we west
told we were attached to them. Second platoon assigned in Fallajah. St Mere s the name ofthe Forward Operations Base (FOB). 2L IT the rules of conduct and CPT signed off on it. The rules were basically: Treat the metates with respect, Don't hit the
secs;" not curse at the detainees (We could curse at them in Arabic but not English), We tried our
best not to feed them pork products from the Meals Ready-to-Eat (MRE), Assist Nfilitary Intelligence (Ml)
with there mteuogation process and make sure the safety detainees and ourselves. We tried to keep the
certain inmates separate in teems of age and the ones who were caught in the act of doing something
criminal supposed to those that were suspected of doing something criminal. That was the extent of our

duties in Fallujah, that I can remember.06 7"464"
Q: SA //M
A: SKIIMIIM U
' Q: Did all your orders come from MI? 4,--A Pee)I A: When we were helping them in the interrogation process or to keep certain people separate from others
Q: Was the Rules of Conduct 2LTIllarwrote up, considered the Standard Operating Procedures
(SOP) for the cell? -s
•A: It was the SOP for 2na Platoon.friol-loc3ibi Is-
, Q: What is meant by "The Cage"? ,

7P5.41,--5 A: The detention facility •
II Q: who all was in the ,',,..,. „ . ,,,...4 ),*.,.? rivoiiiiiiskiiiwisp
SGT I A: Myself SPC

Q: Do you know who took the cture in question?
A: I truly do not remember. 1,7e4)14-
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Q: Are there any more pictures of you, SP and SMINIMINIPwith detainees?
_
A: No.
Q: Was any in • to touching between you and the detainees?
A: No. b -x. CA -3
Q: Did any pi %,2 ..,, A -,,. • ed to anyone? b7r.45)461-..s.--
A: Yes. SG [ asked me to email it to her in terms of her part of the investigation. dap
Q: Do you - ; have copies of the picture?
A: Yes. It is right here.. oc-s).64'6
Q: Was there a "No Pi" taking policy in effect?
cturib
A:
Not to my knowledge. & WS-) ,14.-5
.Q: Was there anything in " SOP about takg pictures?

A:
Not to my knowledge. ipots).bi

Q: Who put the detainees in ose positions?
A: I can't recall if it was MI or the Military Police (MP). Sometimes it was MI and sometimes the MPs. Itwas always an MI call to zip tie and put them in certain positions.1047/-5I-AZ-I—
Q: Who brought the broom into li n
t??
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A: Never Or mistreat detztinees?
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Q: What ' your dafeation abuse or mistreatment?
A:
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. Did you ever reviovv the SO someddng Maliciously or hurt sorneoneix1":064

A:
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IDe SUP was
Q: When was thelast time you had cautact with SG torProoeasing Part of the
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Q: When was the Ain 4 •GreiNks--
had contact with
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A: In April, 2004.
Q: Have you dis
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Q: Do you have anything else We were asked the same questions
add to year statement?
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At 1600, 01 J
and S this office, receive the 15-6 Investigation
from MAJ p'reflected
findings with attached exhibitswhich supportedhis;findings. MAT fin • this investigation that SP SGTSGT and SP (See 15-6 for details) 44460'1
At 1500, 14 Jul 04, SI
coordinated with CP11111111Matip
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. ,,' br .. ts ,_..
SG •
and SP
ommitted the,ffense of Conspiracy, Failure toObey a General Order and Cruelty and Maltreatment when they posed for an inappropriate photograph with
-..- detainees while in Iraq.
About 1030, 15 Jul 04, SA11016briefed COlgiiiiiii/
Commander, 98th TroopCommand, 3933 West Valley Mine Drive, Tucson AZ 85745 on all aspects of this investigation wherein she
stated she could not provide Si
:i 4 I
' 7t until she thoroughly reviewed this office's final repe irt and the 15-6investigation report. CO I, 7
rovided this office with MG David P. RATACZAK, The Adjutant
General (TAG), Arizona National Guard, 5636 E. McDoWell Street Phoenix:AZ 85008 contact
information for the distribution of the final report as a states TAG retains UCMJ authority over all soldiers

who are not on active duty.
About 1140, 15 Jul 04, Swriefed
D Company 313 th Military Intelligence
Battalion, FBNC on all aspects of this investigation wherein he stated he could not provide his intent until hethoroughly reviewed this office's final report and the 15-6 investigation report and obtained guidance from
his higher headquarters.
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87th 1Vfilitary Police Detachment (CID) (DSE)
SA
3d MP Group, Fort Bragg, NC 28310-5000
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Referred to:
U.S. ARMY OFFICE OF
THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL
ATTENTION: DAJA-AL, ROOM 1E739
2200 ARMY PENTAGON WASHINGTON, DC 20310-2200
MAJOR NELSON VAN ECK
Nelson.VanEck@hqdacarmy.mil

(703) 588-6787
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DATE 01 JUN 2004
FROM SAC USACIDC 87TH MP DET FT BRAGG NC
TO: DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA// CDR USACIDC 10TH MP BN FT BRAGG NC CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //C10P-ZAI/ DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA// CDR USACIDC 3D MP GRP FT GILLEM GA COMMUNITY PROVOST MARSHAL, FORT B T3 CID
CID CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER (M 3
PMO BLOTTER CLERK . -3
PMO OPERATIONS SGT (MS
SJA, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION (MAillagella
COMMANDER, 10TH MILITARY POLICE BN, FORT BRAGG, NC (LTC

1111.1111.610..66.3 161-3
DEPUTY GARRISON COMMANDER FBNC (M
CHIEF OF STAFF, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION, CO 6-..1)14-3
SAC USACIDC RES AGCY FT HUACHUCA

SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - 2D STATUS/SSI -0384-2004-CID023-67275 - 5X1 / 5Y2B7 / 5Y2E DRAFTER: 41111.11111.111111110 APO46ri RELEASER: 111111111111.111111.10. 6 ic-6
1.DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
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DEC 2003, 0001 - 21 DEC 2003, 2359; DIVISION CENTRAL COLLECTION POINT (LB960873), IRAQ •

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 28 MAY 2004, 0700

3.
INVESTIGATED BY: ki OW 6 2-SAIONIMMENINIMpi

4.SZIEliiiiitait vc.s
SP LE; WHITE; 855TH MP COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)
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2111111111111111.11111111.1111018GT ALE; 855TH MP COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 8 020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)
affigiaaansiosse
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SG 11.111.11. FEMALE; WHITE; D
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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COMPANY, 313TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION (82ND AIRBORNE
DIVISION), FORT BRAGG, NC 28310: FC ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL
ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)
4.
SPC ALE; 855TH MP COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)

5.
VICTIM:

I. UNKNOWN, ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (NFI)
2. ADDED U.S. GOVERNMENT (CJTF-7); FAIL TO daY GENERAL ORDER
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.
2ND STATUS REPORT:
THIS STATUS REPORT IS GENERATED TO ADD THE US GOVERNMENT AS A
VICTIM OF CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT, WITH ALL SUBJECTS LINKED
ACCORDINGLY. FURTHER, THIS STATUS REPORT IS GENERATED TO
ELECTRONICALLY RE-DISTRIBUTE THE INITIAL REPORT AS IT DID NOT
TRANSMIT DURING INITIAL ATTEMPTS.
ON 1 JUN 04, THIS OFFICE ATTEMPTED TO DISPATCH THE INITIAL REPORT AFFILIATED WITH THIS INVESTIGATION; HOWEVER, DUE TO ACl2 DIFFICIENCIES, THE REPORT DID NOT TRANSMIT.
INITIAL REPORT:
THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED UPON NOTIFICATION FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE THAT A DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPH, SUSPECTED TO DEPICT AMERICAN SOLDIERS ABUSING IRAQI DETAINEES, WAS DISCOVERED ON A US GOVERNMENT COMPUTER AT THE DETENTION CENTER IN CAMP ST. MERE, IRAQ.
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PR Y INVESTIGATION REVEALED smaimpspgamspAND SPC
WHILE ACTING IN CO ,g0SED FOR A PHOTOGRAPH CONSENSUALLY TAKEN BY SGT WHICH DEPICTED THE SUSPECTED ABUSE OF UNKNOWN IRAQI DETAIN
ON 6 APR 04, SGT WAS INTERVIEWED BY DIRECTION OF THE UNIT AR
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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15-6 INVESTIGATING OFFICER AND ADMITTED TO POSING IN THE PHOTOGRAPH IN Q • . BUT DENIED PHYSICALLY ABUSING THE DETAINEES. SGT TED • OGRAPH WAS TAKEN ON OR ABOUT 21 DEC 03, BY
- 'If DENTIFIE piER TWO INDIVIDUALS IN THE
ND SP
ON 22 MAY 04. SG WAS INTERVIEWED BY DIRECTION OF THE UNIT AR
15-6 INVESTIGATING OFFICER AND ADMITTED TO TAKING THE PHOT QUESTION, BUT DENIED PHYSICALLY ABUSING THE DETAINEES. SG STATED HE TOOK THE PHOTOGRAPH WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA AND DOWNLOADED IT ON TO HIS COMPUTER.
ON 24 MAY 04, SPC WAS INTERVIEWED BY DIRECTION OF THE UNIT AR 15-6 INVESTIGATING OFFICER AND ADMITTED TO POSING IN THE PHOTOGRAPH IN QUESTION, BUT DENIED PHYSICALLY ABUSING THE DETAINEES.
EFFORTS ARE ON-GOING TO LOCATE AND RE-INTERVIEW ALL PARTIES INVOLVED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THIS INVESTIGATION.
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.
USACIDC REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.

UNCLASSIFIED.- FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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DODDOACID-004797
DATE 01 JUN 2004
FROM SAC USACIDC 87TH MP DET FT BRAGG NC
TO: DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA// CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP-ZA// CDR USACIDC 10TH MP BN FT BRAGG NC CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP-ZA// DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZAll CDR USACIDC 3D MP GRP FT GILLEM GA COMMUNITY PROVOST MARSHAL, FORT B
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CID CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER (MR PMO BLOTTER CLERK PMO OPERATIONS SGT (MSGinakr SJA, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION (MAJMNiii COMMANDER, 10TH MILITARY POLICE BN, FORT BRAGG, NC (LTC
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CHIEF OF STAFF, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION, CO
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - INITIAL/SSI - 0384-2004-CID023-67275
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RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1.
21 DEC 2003, 0001 - 21 DEC 2003, 2359; DIVISION CENTRAL COLLECTION POINT (LB960873), IRAQ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 28 MAY 2004, 0700

3.
INVESTIGATED BY: 4101 62p SAMORIMMININIMMP

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SPC MALE; WHITE; 855TH MP COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY OF SUBORDINATES (NF1)
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2. SGT; IALE; 855TH MP COMPANY, 10222 N 7TH STREET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY OF SUBORDINATESSNFI)
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3.111.11.11.111111111,SGT EMALE ; WHITE; D
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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COMPANY, 313TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION (82ND AIRBORNE
DIVISION). FORT BRAGG, NC 28310; FC ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL
ORDER. CRUELTY OF SUBORDINATES (NFL)
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SPC; ALE; 855TH MP COMPANY, 10222 N EET, PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY OF SUBORDINATES (NFI)

5.
VICTIM:

I. UNKNOWN, ; CONSPIRACY, FAIL TO OBEY GENERAL ORDER, CRUELTY OF SUBORDINATES (NFI)
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.

THIS INVESTIGATION WAS INITIATED UPON NOTIFICATION FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE THAT A DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPH, SUSPECTED TO
DEPICT AMERICAN SOLDIERS ABUSING IRAQI DETAINEES, WAS DISCOVERED ON A US GOVERNMENT COMPUTER AT THE DETENTION CENTER IN CAMP ST. MERE,
IRAQ.
PR INVESTIGATION REVEALED SGT SPC
WHILE ACTING INC FOR A PHOTOGRAPH CONSENSUALLY TAKEN BY SGT_ WHICH DEPICTED THE SUSPECTED ABUSE OF UNKNOWN IRAQI DETAINEES.
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ON 6 APR 04, SG WAS INTERVIEWED BY DIRECTION OF THE UNIT AR
15-6 INVESTGIATING OFFICER AND ADMITTED TO POSING IN THE PHOTOGRAPH IN Q S SN BUT DENIED PHYSICALLY ABUSING THE DETAINEES. SGT
TED • E P 7 0 OGRAPH WAS TAKEN ON OR ABOUT 21 DEC 03, BY
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SG SG IDENTIFIED liER TWO INDIVIDUALS IN THE PHOTO AS SP . AND SPC
ON 22 MAY 04, SGT WAS INTERVIEWED BY DIRECTION OF THE UNIT AR 15-6 INVESTIGATING OFFICIER AND ADMITTED TO TAKING THE PHOT
PHOTOGRAPHN QUESTION, BUT DENIED PHYSICALLY ABUSING THE DETAINEES. SGT t•54673--STATED HE TOOK THE PHOTOGRAPH WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA AND DOWNLOADED IT ON TO HIS COMPUTER.
ON 24 MAY 04. SPC WASINTERVIEWED BY DIRECTION OF THE UNIT AR
15-6 INVESTIGATING OFFICIER AND ADMITTED TO POSING IN THE PHOTOGRAPH IN QUESTION, BUT DENIED PHYSICALLY ABUSING THE DETAINEES.
UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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EFFORTS ARE ON-GOING TO LOCATE AND RE-INTERVIEW ALL PARTIES INVOLVED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THIS INVESTIGATION.
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.
USACIDC REPORTS ARE EXEMPT FROM AUTOMATIC TERMINATION OF PROTECTIVE MARKINGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 3, AR 25-55.

UNCLASSIFIED - FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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CID ACTION REPORT

(CID Form 66)
CASE NUMBER:.
0384-2004-CID023-01r CASE TYPE: Significant Data File/R01 INITIATION DATE/TIME: 5/28/2004 :01:35 PM PRIMARY AGENT:
SUBJECT/KEY ENTITY:
SPC; MALE; WHITE; 855TH MP CO, 10222 N 7THgNIX, AZ.r. GGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI)SGT; MALE; 855Th MP CC), 10222 NPHOENI NG ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
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SGT; FEMALE; WHITE; D
COMPANY, 313114 MILITARY INTELL ENCE BATTALION, FORT 8310; FC ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI) SPC; MALE; 855TH MP CO, 10222 N 7TH , PHOENIX, AZ 85020; NG ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI)
VICTIM: UNKNOWN; ; AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (NFI)
OFFENSE: Aggravated Assault REMARKS:
GC- Three American Soldiers posed in a photograph, depicting the suspected abuse of an Iraqi detainee
REPORTS OTHER ACTION
TYPE SUSPENSE COMPLETED.ACTION REQUIRED COMPLETED
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AGENT'S ACTIVITY SUMMARY Control Number
0384-2004-CID023
TIME, DATE, AND AGENT SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
05/28/2004 07:00 BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION:
IMPIPM/TMIP This investigation was initiated upon notification from the Office of the Secretary of Defense that a photograph suspected to depict an American Soldier abusing an Iraqi detainee had been found on a government computer.
Oa 004 07:15 8 May 04, SA ordinated with LTC agagiO
313th Military gOnce (MI) Battalion, Fort otrinr

0:20 INV g-6 ), pertaining to taken, which may depict
suspected detainee abuse. tated he knew of one such

photograph, depicting three req •e nees zip-tied to bars in a stress position, fully clothed, with hoods over their heads, and three,soldiers posin ground. One of those softs, SGT111111111167eAdoItt
D Company, 313th Mi, FBNC, can be seen holding a broom pointed at one of the detainees. The other•two soldiers are assigned to the 855th Military Police (MP) Company (Co), Arizona National Guard (AZNG), and were attached to the 82nd Airborne (ABN) Div in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (01F). LTC
tilted no form of physical abuse had taken place, and as far as he Mew this was the only such photograph taken. LTC11111111111017(40k3 stated he had been in possession of a digital copy of the photograph, but had destroyed it. He additionally stated a 15-6 investigation had been initiated and was being investigated by the S-2, 3rd Brigade, 82nd ABN
DIV, FBNC.
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3rd Brigade, 82nd ABN DIV, FBNC, w o was

0:10 INV 674-ii, appoi a e nvestlgating Officer for this investigation, and 3
requested a copy of the 15-6 Investigation paperwork. MAJ
stated he would provide copies of all paperwork pertaining to the
investigation.

05/28/2004 08:00 Ab pp 28 MAY 04, SAIllialkoordinated with MAJ
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o pro "§ office with a copy of the 15-6 TINNIATIFIP nves ga ion. MAJ Iso provided thit agent with a copy of
the photograph in que on a 3.5 diskette and forwarded it to this agent via e-mail.
Upon review of the 15-6 Investigation, it was noted the following investigative activity had been conducted: -
. -On 5 Apr 04, CPTH Headquarters Support Company (HSC), 313th M , BNC, was interviewed and provided a sworn statement, wherein she detailed her knowledge of the discovery of the photograph in question.
'S On 6 APR 04, SG111iiiii ras advised of her rights, which she waived, providing a sworn s a ement, wherein she admitted to posing in the p ! question, but denied physically abusing the detainees. SGT ted ograph had been taken on or about 21
Dec 855th MP Co, AZNG, and depicted two s rom e :55th ompany, AZNG. She Identified the other two individuals as SPC tv)bipi-
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edge of the photograph.
SSG , tated he told SPC o destroy the photograph,
because ted to handle the Ina

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On 22 May 04, SG
as advised of his rights, which he waived,
providing a sworn s men wherein he admitted to taking the
photo re . 3. „,!L walla), but denied physically abusing the detainees.

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stated one other similar photograph had been taken by one Of the MP's,
but it had been destroyed

a est of his knowledge it had not
been disseminated. SG nied big ordered to destroy the
photograph, but stated he aii erased it before leaving Iraq.
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as advised of his rights, which he
waived, providing a sworn statement, wherein he admitted to posing in
the p r • o : -.,

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SP a '1 ated he had the photograph on his computer, but may
no longer ave it. He denied being ordered to destroy it.

Drafted report detailing status of investigation, sent to SAC via e-mail for
review.

About 1200, 28 May 04, S
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Staff Judge Advocate (SJA), in an attempt to get an opine on this
investigation, met with negative results.

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07/15/2004 10-3.0„ low About 1030, 15 Jul 04,.briefed CCommander, 08th Troop .West V1:00. INV.
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states TAG retains UCMJ authority over all soldiers who are not on
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Case file to SAC for Dispatch of final Report, Note we are still pending
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to dispatch reports elaCtretilcally. He stated when Hardcopy arrives insert it into case files then continue distro the report. THIS APPLIESONLY TO CAT1 CASES.
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holding a broom near a detainee. I don't have a copy of...
hoW I'm
this this picture
being investigated for detainee abuse. I
guess one of you shared photos with the marines...but either way, they have a copy of that picture. Andisn't an informal investigation like the one with the press guys...I've been read my rights and
everything. I want to say one thing....1 don't blame anyone
abusing that detainee.

judgement on my part to take a picture like that...but I also think that we all know that I was definitely notbut myself forrthe photo...it was very poor
04.3)64-3
Apparently one of CP.
Ap p .called our batt ;Oh rinfriedm.

abuse, and he Camp Wolfe and told her about the picture..
command here in commander directly and told him about the photo, and the proof of detainee
initiated the investigation. She didn't contact me to ask me about the picture, or the
do. Kuwait...she Called directly
to our colonel at Fort Bragg, and now there's nothing I can
Anyway, this email serves two purposes. First,
I
but I cannot remember who, If I'm being investigated...I'm sure that the other in in the picture
know that at least one more of you guys is in the picture,be investigated as well, so heads upl Secondly
stress how badly I need this.
ft.physically beating anyone .I please have a copy of.this will

picture so I can show people
with a broom. that it was just a picture ASAP!!! I can'tposed shot, and that I wasn't
hap: ail. yahoo. com/ym/ShowLetter?Msglth-­
-4967_262615_4242_1557_30032_... 5/17/
I can't believe that she has done this....psycho, right? An.0 8 8 44 : _,45 1it.b
yway, my entire military caeeer is-on the lineso please help! If they investigate/question any of you...please
be completely honest about an9hin here,
saw at the DIF at any time. g-you Sorry to bother you guys with this stuff. I know that you're probably living it up back in the United
States...and I can't tell you how Jealous I am. I miss you
world! guys....let me know how life is back in the real
Miss Yah, IOW
ii1C°5) bps'
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iccrrottnea re.I
ne in a full workday. If so, the EPW will
IIrtf\-A0
orh,e_r 01.)-r,oleTeCs )
be compensated at a rate b.
proportionately lower than the authorized daily rate. Such a decisionmust be approved by the Camp Commander.
4-17. Days of paid work per month The maximum number of days of paid work for an EPW will be limited to the number of workdays in a calendar month. The total
workdays include the total number of days minus Sunday and any holiday specifically authorized by HQDA, ODCSOPS, (DAM°.
ODL) NPWIC.
4-18. Unpaid work
EPW/ItP will not be paid for those services connected with ad­
ministering and maintaining EPW camps, branch camps, and hospi­tals when such services are performed on a daily rotation or other temporary basis. Unpaid work, in all cases, will include:
a.
Kitchen police.

b.
Latrine orderlies.

c.
Ground police.

d.

Other routine fatigue details of the types normally assigned and performed equitably and temporarily by persons in U.S. Army
un its.
4-19. Sale of articles and repair services The canteen officer may sell articles made to order for, or repair services performed for, U.S. personnel by EPW. This sale is subject
to the
following provisions:
a.
Articles will be manufactured or repair services will be per­formed only during the spare time of EPW.
b. No expense
to the U.S. will be incurred for equipment,
materials, or labor.
c. Repair work or the making of articles to order for U.S. person-nel will be prohibited unless an order for the work is placed through
the EPW canteen.
d.
The canteen officer will fix the price of each article or repair service. The price will reasonably conform to prices for similar articles or services in the civilian market, less the cost of any
material supplied by the customer.
e. The canteen officer and the Camp Commander will enter into a blanket contract. Under this contract, the canteen officer will pay to the Camp Commander amounts derived from the sale of articles made to order for, and repair service performed for, U.S. personnel, less a handling charge by the canteen of not more than 10 percent. The canteen officer will submit a voucher monthly to the camp
commander. The voucher will list:
(1)
The individual sales and services performed during the
month.
(2)
The price charged for each.

(3)
The deductions made

for handling charges.
f The Camp Commander will deposit the amount derived from
the sale of articles made to order for, or repair services performed
for, U.S. personnel with the U.S. Treasurer. Procedures for these
transactions are prescribed in AR 37-I. The EPW will be paid an
hourly rate. The rate will not exceed the authorized daily rate for

paid work for the services performed. However, in no case will the
amount paid to the EPW exceed the price of the article or repair
service fixed under subparagraph d above. Amounts will be subject
to deductions provided for in this
regulations—Any-residual—rn

ney
will be disbursed by the EPW camp counsel for use by camp EPW.
This disbursement must be approved by the Camp Commander.

4-20. Disability compensation
a.
An EPW may be injured or suffer a disability while working under circumstances that may be attributed to work. If so, DA Form 2675-R (Certificate of Work Incurred Injury or Disability) will be completed in four copies. The original will be given to the EPW;
the second copy will be A claim by the EPW for compensation for work-incurred in­
jury or disability will be forwarded to the PWIC. The PWIC willsend the claim to the Power on which the ment. A copy of the compleW EPW depends for settle-
lifirne2
personnel files of the EPW wff be Witcher 4 tst11fi For
7 , ntie,thcrum.—DA
2675-R will be reproduced locally on 8,
form is for the use of Army only. winch-paper..This

4-21. Operation of government vehicles
EPW may be licensed to operate Government motor vehicles ac-

cording to AR 600-55.

Section II
Contract Employment

4-22. Rules and procedures Rules and procedures governing the military and contract employ­ment of EPW will be according to the most current contract laws, procedures and guidelines and comply with the provisions of the Geneva Convention. MI requests for the contracting of EPW will be —
forwarded prom
through channels to HQDA, ODCSOPS
(DAMO-ODL) air coordinated with HQDA, DAJA.
Chapter 5
Beginning of Internment (CI)

5-1. General
protection policy-.-civilian Internee
a. Treatment
(I) No form of physical torture or moral coercion will
be exer­
cised against the CI. This provision does not constitute a prohibition against the use of minimum force necessary to effect compliance with measures authorized or directed by these regulations.
(2) In all circumstances,
their ers

the CI will e treated with respect fir
their honor, their family ri
tions an ghts, their re igious convic-
practices, and their manners and customs. At all times the
CI will be humanely treated and protected against all
acts of vio­
lence or threats and insults and b' 'osi . In all official cases they will be entitled to a fairregulation, a as prescribed by this
(3) The CI will be especially protected against all acts of vio­lence, insults,
*c curiosity, bodily injury, reprisals of any kind, sexual attack ch as rape, forced prostitution, or any form of
indecent assault.
(4)
The CI will be treated with the same consideration and with-
out adverse distinction based on race, religion, political opinion, sex,

or age.
(5)
The CI will be entitled to apply for assistance to the protect­ing powers, the International Committee of the Red Cross, approved
religious organizations, relief societies, and any other organizations

that can assist the
CI. The commander will grant these organizations
the necessary facilities to enable them to assist the CI within the
limits of military and security considerations.

(6)

The following acts are specifically prohibited:
(a)

Any measures of such character as to cause the physical suffering or extermination of the Cl. This prohibition applies not only to murder, torture, corporal punishment, mutilation, and medi­cal or scientific experiments, but also to any other measure of
brutality.
(b)
Punishment of the CI for an offense they did not personally
commit.
(c)
Collective penalties and all measures of intimidation and ter­
rorism against the CI.
(d)
Reprisals against the CI and their property.

(e)

The taking and holding of the el as hostages.
6) Deportations from occupied territory to the territory of the

4;2
67775
forwarded to the PWIC to be sent to the occupying power or to that of any other country, occupied or not,National Prisoner of War Information Center; and the third and are prohibited.
fourth will be placed in the EPW's personnel file. b.
Authorization to intern. Internment of protected civilian
sons
per­
in a a camp is authorized and directed provided that such AR 190-8/0PNAVINST 3461.6/AFJI 31-304/MCO 3461.1 1 October 1997 21
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OPERATIONS
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CHAPTER 3(Division Collecting Points and Corps Holding Areas)
3-23. Do not use coercion to obtain information from captives. This includes.basic information such as name, rank, service number, and date of birth that captives are required to provide under the Geneva Conventions. Coercion or inhumane treatment of captives is prohibited and is not justified by the stress of combat or deep provocation. Inhumane treatment is a serious violation of international law and the UCMJ.
CHAPTER 4 (EPWs)
4-46. Equitable treatment enhances the control of EPWs. According to theGeneva Conventions, all EPWs are keatesUplikui
s y and are protected
against violence, intimidation, insults, and public curiosi . Treat all
EPWs alike, regardless of rank, sex, and privi ege treatment (which may
be accorded due to their health, age, or professional qualifications).
STANAG 2033
. Interrogation of Prisoners of War-(PW) (Edition 6).
STANAG 2044 6 December 1994.
. Procedures for Dealing With Prisoners of War (Priv) (Edition 5) .
June 1994.
28 STANAG 2084.
Handling and Reporting of Captured Equipment and Documents
(Edition 6).
6 April 1999.
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