CID Report: 0396-2004-CID259-80377

Investigation into abuse of detainee upon capture and on a subsequent occasion in Baghdad. Detainee was captured on 03/19/04 by Iraqi Police and turned over to custody of Americans. He was taken to Al Azhamiyah base. Detainee's account of who beat him and where is inconsistent but he maintains that he was beaten by Iraqi men. States that he was beaten over 8 days with wooden sticks, a cable, the butt stocks of AK-47s and hands and feet. Photographs were taken of his injuries.

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DEPARTMENT OF TIM ARMY
UNITED STATES ARMY CRMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
4811I MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID)(FWD)
3D MILITARY POLICE GROUP (CID)
CAMP VICTORY, BAGHDAD, IRAQ

APO AE 09342
11 Aug 2005
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MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION

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SUBJECT: CID REPOT_ ID

T OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL/SSI — 0396-2004-C259-80377-5C2BY2E

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DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:

1. 28 SEP 2003, 0001 — 2 JAN 2004, 2400; UNKNOWN LOCATION, IRA

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DATE/TIME REPORTED: 19 MAR 2004, 1200

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INVESTIGATED BY: S SA SA SA SA SA SA

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SUBJECT:

1. UNKNOWN; ASSAULT (UNFOUNDED); CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT
(UNFOUNDED) (NFI)
AKA: (U) VICTIM: 1. 1 CIV; IRAQI; INTERNMENT SERIAL NUMBER (ISN): US9IZ-AD, IZ; MALE . WHITE; XZ; DATE OF CAPTURE: 19 MAR 2004;

ASSAULT (UNF_, CRUELTY AND MALTRE_ ) (NFI)
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INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY: (Sc-4-,)

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This investigation was initiated upon receipt of Request for Investigation (RFI) (0661-04-CID001) from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIDC), 6010 6 th Street, Fort Belvoir, VA, 22060-5506, which indicated Mr. _reported he was abused upon capture and on a subsequent occasion in Baghdad.

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Investigation established the offenses of Assault and Cruelty and Maltreatment did not occuras alleged.

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STATUTES:

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ARTICLE 128, UCMJ: ASSAULT (UNFOUNDED)

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ARTICLE 93, UCMJ: CRUELTY AND MALTREATMENT (UNFOUNDED)

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EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:

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ATTACHED:_

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(u) 1. Agent's Investigative Report (AIR) of SA 2 ov 04, detailing the receipt
of the RFI, coordination with Detainee Operations for Mr. detainee packet/dossier, and investigative activity to locate witnesses.
(SECRET) 2. Analyst Support Package pertaining to Mr -_19 Ma 04 , listing Mr.
alleged complaints. t911") (6)--1(SECRET) 3. Biometric Automated Toolset System (BATS) pertaining t _...., 30 Oct 04, contained his perSonal data report and information Detainee Doss
(U) 4. Detainee File, 19 Mar 04 - 21 Mar 04, pertaining to Mr
_co taining: CoalitionProvisional Authority Forces Apprehension Form (CPAFAF) with complaint o a
_ buse noted,Sworn Statement of detaining officer, and camp foster form pertaining to Mr.detainment.
(SECRE /REL USA. MCFI) 5. Summary Interrogation Report, 22 Mar 04, pertaining to Mr. interviews after capture and noting his allegation of abuse.
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(U) 6. AIR of S_
23 Nov 04, Giessen Resident Agency (CID), 5 th Military Police Battalion, APO AE 09169, documenting interviews of personnel working as the detainee/arresting team for Mr _IIIIduring the time of the allegation.
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7. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement o Nov 04, denying his knowledge or participation in t

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8. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of knowledge or participation in the alleged abuse of

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9. Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of denying his knowledge or participation in the alleg

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V1)(0 -2-(U) 10. Sworn Statement of SPC 23 Nov 04, documenting his knowledge of Mr.
‘9 (461 MEI injuries, and the policies regarding the treatment and injuries of detainees when
processed.
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(U) 11. Sworn Statement of SPC
23 Nov 04, documenting his knowledge of Mr. injuries, and the policies regarding the treatment and injuries of detainees when processe 19( ---)(6-1; 19(?-)-1
(U) 12. AIR of SA_
30 Nov 04, Wiesbaden Resident Agency, 202 nd Military Police Group (USACIDC), APO AE 09096, documenting the location and interview of
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(U) 13. Waiver Certificate and Sworn State _SGT 30 Nov 04, admittin to
bein_r. lai_
o have abused him• however, denyina egation. SG_e confronted r_about t egation and Mr.
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om the others he was arrested wit
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(U) 14. AIR of SA_ 7 Dec 04, Prisoner Interrogation Team _, Camp (6-1 Bucca, Iraq, APO AE 09375, detailing his interview of Mr. _
documented
lle ation of abuse, but recanting a onfronted with
xaggeration of alleged abu
uncooperativen s when he 1- ed he w9 awl­
6611er if he signed a statement. q-4A
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15. Sworn Statement of Mr 6 Dec 04, detailing his abuse by two Iraqi men that was allegedly witnessed by an American and reported to an American Interrogator.

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16. English translation of Mr. _Sworn Statement, 6 ec 04, translated by Mr.

PIT, Camp Bucca, Iraq, APO • 09375. 6( 3)(C) — 1
(U) 17. AIR of SAIlliatDece 04, detailing his recei t of email from CPT
AINIMIlliand a forwarded photograph of Mr. and Power Poin esentation,60)(6_z_which he save onto CD, and the subsequent re-interview of CP
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18. Email, Mr.1111111Votograph, Power Point Presentation pictures, and CD of Power Point Presentation, date unknown.

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19. Sworn Statement of CPT 7 Dec 04, detailin_cerrnng the email,

photograph, and Power Point Presentation_ei_rovided to S to ( 7') N—L,
(U) 20. AIR of SA_24 Jan detailing his interview of SGT 111.1.11 and his review of this investigation.
U 21. Sworn Statement of SG_18 Jan 05, detail g his knowledge of Mr. arrest, his allegations, his witnessing SG confrontation of Mr. 111111111
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22. AIR of SA111.11rAug 05, detailing coordination with the Office of the Staff
Judge Advocate (SJA), and unfounding the offenses.

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NOT ATTACHED:

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None.

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The originals of Exhibits 1, 6 through 17, 19 through 22 are forwarded with USACRC copy
of this report. The originals of Exhibits 2 through 5 are maintained in the files of the Detainee
Operations, Multi National Forces Iraq (MNF-I) Baghdad, Iraq. The location of the original of

Exhibit 18 is unknown at the time of this report.
(U) STATUS: This is Final Report. Commander's Report of Disciplinary Action Taken (DA
Form 4833) is not required,

Report Prepared By Report Approved By:
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BFI: About 1200, 15 Nov 04, this office received a Request For Investigation (RFI), 0661-04-
crp000l, from the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIC), 6010 6th Street, FortBelvoir, VA 22060-5506, which indicated Mr reported he was abused upon capture and on asubsequent occasion in Baghdad. (See Analyst Suppo ' ackage (Classified as SECRET), 5 Jul 04, fordetails)_to(-7)
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About 1235, 15 Nov 04, S - I
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a revi of the Biometric Automated ToolsetSystem (BATS) for info ation perta
_o Mr.
(See BATS Personnel Date Report(Classified as Secret) ford:
About 1000, 17 No 4, S ._
o e dinated with SGDetainee Opera ns, who conducted a revie of the .
. Detainee Operations database or information
pertaining to 's investigation. SGT_
provided copies of pertinent information regarding
Mr._
See Detainee 'Packet Thy details). 12 RI LC-)---11100, 18 Nov 04, S
conducted a review o e detainee file obtained from Detainee Operations which revealed the Coalition Provisional thorit Forces A rehension Form (CPAFAF)
dated 19 Mar 04, and a statement by 1LT _ I) Headquarters andHeadquarters Battery (H1113) ri Battalion, 3d Field Artillery Regiment (2/3 FA), 1st Armored Division.
1 AD), Giessen, Germany, dated 21 Mar 04. The CPAFAF listed SPC (NFI), 2/3 FA,
as detaining solider. In the additional comments section the following a pears "HE ADMITTED TO CARRYING ALL THE WEAPONS IN HIS CAR. IF YOU HAVE Q STIONS, CONTACT THT
36 @ DNV_
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HE ALSO CLAIMED HE WAS BEATEN B THT 36 PERSONNEL WHEN
TALKING TO THE 2- FA S-2. THIS DID NOT HAPPEN."
_• V) (3-)(c) ____a_ About 1820, 18 Nov 04, SA_
conducted a review of the Task Organization Frago for units
tin theater on the MNC-I homepage pert filing to3 FA and THT 36, which met with negative results.
About 1830, 18 Nov 04, SA conducted a name check for SPC _whichlisted he was assigned to 2-3 FA.
About 1843, 18 Nov 04, S
office, conducted a review of the Defense Eligibility
Information Database System S) for information ertaininu to SP and 1LTch fully identified SP Headquarters andHeadquarters Battery (HHB) 2 nd Battalion, 3d Field Artillery Regiment (2/3 F ), 1st Armored Division
(1 AD), Giessen, Germany, and IL 583-9
Giessen, Germany, -5136, HHB, 2/3 FA,
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About 1000, On 26 Nov 04, this office received Summary Interrogation Report SIR) (Classified as
SECRET), SIR-1AD-501-36-04-219, dated 22 Mar 04 from SG _ (NFI), 39th InfantryBrigade (INF Bde). The SIR pertains to the capture of Mr
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DETAILS
BASIS FOR_GATIO : About 0800, 2 Nov 04, this o_eived a Request for Assistance from the Detainee use Task Force, 3rd Military P lice Group (CID), Baghda , _APO AE 09342. It was requeste is office locate, full identify, an conduct subject interviews'of SPC
and 1LT_ both assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battery (HHB), 2/3rd Field Artillery Batta ion A Bn), Giessen Army Depot (GAD), APO AE 09169, regarding the Assault and Cruelty and Maltreatment of Mr _ Inte_exit Serial Number_hile he was detaine for weapons violations
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About 0830, 22 Nov ()4, SA _brie ed LTC_ 2/3rd FA Bn, GAD, APO AE 09169, on the preliminary inf9maisi pertaining to this investi tion.
About 1022, 22 Nov 04, SA111111111/dvised 1LT_ of his legal rights, which he
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waived, and rendered a sworn statement, in which he denied assaulting or having any knowledge of any wron doin s against Mr_by U.S. Forces. (See Rights Waiver Certificate and Sw9 Statement of
1LT_ for detai s._
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About 1320, n Nov 04, SA_e SPC_of le s, which he waived, and rendered a sworn statement, in which he denied assaulting or having any knowledge of any wrongdoings against Mr_'y U.S. Forces. (See Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SP for details.)
About 1417, 22 Nov 04, S •_Friedberg Br_five, Ray Barracks, APO AE 09074, advised CP_ HHB, 2/3rd FA Bn, GAD, APO AE 09169, of his legal rights, which he waive •, and rendered a sworn statement, in which he denied assaulting or having any knowledge of any wrong doin s a ainst _U.S. Forces. (See Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of CPT cfcoscletails.)_,(7) (c)_y
About 0830, 23 Noy 04, this office received the U.S. Army Crime Records Center, Fort Belvoir, VA name checks pertaining to SP _ and CPT_ which met with negativQ r3ults.
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A ut 1315 23 Nov 04, Investigator this office, obtained PCS o ers on CP nd SP ; from PVT 55 Personnel *vice Battalion, GAD, APO AE 0916
(0b—1 b(-7_a_ About 1330, 23 Nov 04, SA iewed SPC_ — HHB, 2/3 rd FA Bn, GAD, APO AE 091,69, who rendered sworn statement pertaining to the medical assistance he provided
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DETAILS

to the detainees while deployed in Iraq. (See Sworn Statement of SPC for details.)
About 1400, 23 Nov 04, S •_interviewed SPC 2/3rd FA Bn, GAD, APO_09169, who rendered a sworn statement pertaining to the me ssistance he provided to the detainee • while deployed in Iraq. See Sworn Statement of SP
About 1500, 23 Nov 0 oordinated with
_ Executive Of , 1st Brigade(Bde), Ready First C earn (RFCT), 1st Armored Division, Ray B acks, APO AE 09 4, who related no detainee records etained by the S-2 and returned to Ray Barracks MAJ ted all records ertainin to the de were forwarded with the detainee when they were prison. MAJelated ords pertaining to detainees that were still under their c ansition were han • ed over to th ming unit (39th ESB).
A out 1600, 23 ov 04, S
_as contacted b_ De ee Abuse Task Farce, 3rd Milit_Group (CD), Baghda_q, APO AE 09342, via email, whi reflected that no her investiga_vity was deemed_essary by this office. //////////////////// _///////////////////// _////////////LAST ENTRY/////////////////// _/////////////////////////////////////////
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AUTHORITY: _Title 10; United States Code_, Section 3012(g)
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:_To provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
ROUTINE USES:_Your Social Security Number is used as an additionallaltemate means of id _'fication to facilitate fi ' _d retrieval.
DISCLOSURE:_ Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary:_.

1. LOCATION _ 2. DATE. IME . ILE NUMBER
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5. Name (Last First MI) 8. ORGANIZATION OR ADDR__;SS
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PART I - RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
SECTION A. Rights
The investigator whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command As A Specia
Agent and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am suspected/
Agsault, Cruelty and Maltreatment/
Before he/she asked me any questiOns a o_e ense s , however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:

1.
I do not have to answer any questions or say anythin

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Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against _al trilimp

3.
(For personnel subject to the UCMJ)bI have the right to talk privately to efore, during; and after questioning and to have a lawyer
present with me during questioning. This la _er can be a civilian laWyer I arrange _at no expense to the Governthent or a military laWyer detailed
for me at no expense to me or both._

S_ -or-
(For civilians not subject to the UCMO 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. i‘

4.
If I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present I hav_right to stop answering questions at
any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver bele

5.
COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Have you requested a lawyer after being read your rights? C-e^e

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SECTION B. Waiver
I understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing to disc _the ffense(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a
lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.

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1. I do nb want to give up my right
. I want a lawyer_ . I do not want to be questioned or say anything
2. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE

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TIME: 1 Vi ites NAME:_ SSAN:_GRADE/RANK: 1LT ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS: Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 213 th Field Artillery Battalion, Giessen Arn3y I eppt, SPO AE 09169
, want to make the following statement under oath: On 11 Sep 03, I deployed to Iraq in support of Iraqi Freedom, and was attached to C Company, 1/37th Armor Battalion. About two weeks later, I was pulled back to HHB, 2/3 rd Field Artillery, where I served as the Assistant S-2 between end of Sep 03 through Jul 04. My duties as Assistant S-2 were to collect administrative data on detainees that were detained by coalition forces and Iraqi Police for various offenses, provide intelligence reports to supporting units, and other various taskers. At no time during my deployment, did I interrogate any of the detainees. The only time I would have contact with the detainees was when I would gather administrative data, personal information on the detainee. )0 C")--) (
Q. During the course of this intervi you were shown a picture of Mr _ Do you remember this individual during your deployment?
A. No.
Q. Do you know why this individual was detained? 4 '. ")
A. Illegal possession of weapons. _
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Q. How do you know this?
A. Because I was able to read a statemnent that I wrote durin this time and I remember the case.
Q. Describe in detail your actions d involvement in the det tion of
Q. While I was acting as the assis ant S-2, I would start my shi suall around _0 hours. When I got to work, I would receive a 'efing from the night shift, SFC _I do not remember this case specifically, but I rememb there was an RPG that this individual had in his possession that was disarmed by MA_who was the Battalion S-3. I then would review the Coalition Provisional Authority Forces Apprehension Form to verify that it was properly filled out so we could forward it to the Base Support Area (BSA) at FOB Provider (501 8' Forward Support Battalion). If the form was not filled out or there was missing information, I would go to the holding area and obtain the information needed from the detainee. I would have a translator with me when obtaining this information. It would take about 5 to 15 minutes to obtain the administrative information from the detainee. At no time was I left alone with the detainee. There was usually a U.S. Forces Guard and the interpreter with me during this time. After that, I would go back to the office and finish up the paperwork and then contact the Assist S-3 that there was a detainee that needed to be transported to FOB Provider. At no time did I interrogate any of the detainees, because I did not have the authority to do so.
Q. Do you specifically remember talking to_ 10 (C)
A. No.
Q. When was Mr ion Detention Facility?
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Q. So, You had nothing at all to do with the apprehe sion of Mr
A. No.
Q. Who did?
A. The Iraqi Police.
Q. Where there any U.S. Forces involved in the appre ension of Mr
A. Of my knowledge, no.
Q. At any time, did you assault any of the detainees?
A. No
Q. At any time, did you have to physically restrain any of the etainees?
A. No.
Q. At any time, did you see any U.S. Forces assault any-of the deta ees?
A. No.
Q. How many times did you leave your compound while deployed?
A. Once a week for meetings at Brigade.
Q. What is HTH 36?
A. HLTMINT Team assigned to our AO.
Q. Who was on this team?_-
A. It was a SGT, but I do not remem s last name. There was another SGT, but he came later, and a SPC. They were all assi to 501 st Military Intelligence Company and attached to 1s t Brigade Headquarters S-
Q. Who would kn_e names of the HTH 36 team?
A. SPC_ight remember, or you can verify it by the Situation Information Report that they wrote about this case.
Q. Do you know what the use of force level was used to apprehend Mr
A. Ido not know. lo(?) (6-7
Q. Where there any Battalion Soldiers involved in the apprehension of Mrallillir
A. No, we just took custody from the Iraqi Police when they brought him to the gate. When_as processed into your detention facility, was there any j
A. Ido not rem
Q. If so, would this information have been documente on your intake records?
A. I do not think this information would have been documented in my report, but e medics assigned to the battalion would have checked him out for health reasons.
Q. Who were the medics?
A. I do not remember the names who would have checked him, but Y m. have been assigned to B Battery, 2/3rd FA Bn.
Q. Do you have any knowledge regarding eing assau d and mistreated by U.S. Forced during his apprehension and his detention?
A. No.
Q. Do you have any knowledge regarding MR eing assaulted and mistreated by the Iraqi Police?
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A. I do not know by fact, but it could have happened.
Q. Who were the Iraqi Police that brought Mr to the Battalion Detention Facility?
A. Ido not know.
Q. Are you in possession of any documents or pictures regarding the apprehension of MAIIIIN or any other detainee?
A. No, everything was wiped out. _ C(3.)_-I
Q. What do you mean by "wiped out"?
A. The computer was wiped after we redeployed and the external hard drive was damage when we moved from Adamihai to Camp North Victory. The hard copy documents were provided to our replacements which was 39 th Infantry Brigade that was attached to 1 st Cay.
Q. Where are these computers now? _
A. S-2. (7) (0—
Q. Who was the attalion Intelligence Officer (S-2) during your le oyment?
A. CPT_until Dec 03, Then it was CPT_ until we redeployed.
Q. During yo r deployment, were there any U.S. civilians working for the U.S. Government at your compo d?
A. No, U.S. Civilians.
Q. Is there ny information at all that you have not provided regarding the apprehension, detention and confine ent of Mr
A. No, I ga e everything that I remember. _
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Q. Do you ish to add anything to this statement?
A. No. /// nd of Statement///
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have read or have had read to me this statement which begins on page 1 and ends on page 4. I ful y understand the contents of the entire statement made by me. The statement is true. I have initialed all corrections and have initialed the bottom of each page containing the statement I have made this statement freely without hope of benefit or reward, without threat of punishrnent, and without coercion, unlawful influence or unlawful inducemen
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Subscribed and sworn before me, a person authorized by law to administer oaths, this 22nd day of Nov 2004, at Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169.
Witness #2:
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Article 136 UCMJ (Authority to AdminiSter Oath)
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Giessen Army Depot SPC APO AE 09169 PART I - RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE _• SECTION A. Rights
The investigator whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command As A Sp -`-
Agent _and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am suspected/. _,
Assault, Cruelty and Maltreatment///
Before he/she asked me any questions abL _-nse(s_r, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:

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I do not have to answer any questions or say an_ling.

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Anything I say or do can be used as evidence aga st m _criminal tri

3.
(For personnel subject to the UCM9 I have the ri la t t talk privately _a awyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during question_awyer can be .civilian lawye_arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me or bo T

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(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privatel _o a lawye be_e, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me during questioning. I understand that this lawyer can e ne that I . _, g_or at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for me before any questioning _gms
4.
If I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigatio , with or _'thout a lawy. pre_the right to stop answering questions at
any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering furth _, even if I ign the waive bel

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Have you requested a lawyer after being read your rights?

SECTION B. Waiver I understand my rights as. stated above. I am now willing _ss the offense(s) under investig • tion and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me WITNESSES (if available)
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1. I do no want to give up my rights
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FILE NUMBER: 0145-03-C11)047-60040 DATE: 22 Nov 04 ,x4r, _b CEJ CO —2— TIME: / Glyav---NAME:_ SSAN: 111.1111111 GRADE/RANK: SPC ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS: Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2/3 rd Field Artillery Battalion, Giessen Army Depot AP Q AE Q9169
want to make the following statement under oath: During May 03, my unit deployed to Iraq in support of Iraqi Freedom. While I was deployed, I worked in the Battalion S-2 as a Military Intelligence Analyst, My duties entailed initial questioning of detainees, initial process of detainees, initial interviews of walk-ins of people came to the gate with information, and assisted in the construction of targeting packets. During my time in Iraq, I would have to say 'processed over a 100 detainees. During my initial time in Iraqi, I would conduct initial interrogations of the detainees, until we were told by Brigade that we were not authorized to conduct interrogations; however, we could conduct interviews, meaning obtaining personal data from the detainees. During the interviews of the detainees, I was never left alone with the detainees, there was always a unit guard and an interpreter present during the interview. During the Mar 04 time frame, I worked 1400 to 2100 hours shift. I do not specifically remember the name of Mr_but I do remember the situation where _as apprehended for weapons violations.
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Q. During the course of this interview, you were able to look at a picture of Mr11.1111 Do you recognize him from your time in Iraq?
A. Vaguely, I do not remember speaking to him in person, but I remember seeing a picture of him on the computer.
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Q. What was the situation with _
A. All I remember is him being turned over to the U.S. Forces by the Iraqi Police, because he had a car full of weaponry. I only remember 'filling out the paperwork, so we could transport him up to Brigade Hold Area. I remember this case, because of theArdiunt of weapoluryjaat he had in his vehicle._ ----- 12 CT Ac)
Q. Did you have anything to do with the apprehension of MAIM L(4.)(c)—y
A. Negative. I never participated in any Traffic Control Points or any succ ssful. raids.
Q. What, if any, contact did you have with
A. As far I can remember, Thad no contact with Mt _t all._not remember doing the interview or anything like that.
Q. During you time in Iraq, did you p ysically harm any of the detainees that you came in contact with?
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A. Negative. The torlasur thing I came to ysical contact was restraining a detainee.
Q. Describe this in detail?
A. We detained a prisoner, whose name I do not remember, who was drunk at the time of detention. Because of his drunkenness, he was qligerent and kept breaking his zipstripes. At
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one point, I had to hold his hands behind his bac lelth guar put three zipstripes on him in the hopes it vvould hold him._(6 —7— (C 2_
Q. Mr11111111111_been assaulted while in the custo y of the U.S. Forces. What can you tell me about this?
A. I can honestly say, at no time during my stay in Iraq did I witness any physical abuse of the prisoners under our command b_ y U.S. Soldiers.
Q. Who apprehended Mr
A. He was apprehended by the Iraqi Polic _turned over to the U.S. F • ces.
Q. Do you know the names of the Ir_ace that apprehended
A. No, I do not know the name_the Iraqi Police. At all.
Q. Did you see_hen he was turned over to the U.S: Force ?
A. No, I was not present during the hand over. _L (7-YC
Q. Who would have been? _
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A. Most likely CPT_or 1LT
Q. What happened to the weapons that were found inMI-
A. A picture was taken as evidence and attached to his file. The we _hen placed in our dud pit and then destroyed.
Q. Did you assault Mr
A. Negative, I never had any contact with Mr
Q. How did he receive the black eye as depicted in the ph. aph?
A. I have no idea.
Q. When was Mr_ e Battalion Detention Facility?
A. I believe I was on shift at the time, because I remember hearing it on _, but I did not go to the exchange when he was turned over to us.
Q. So, you had nothing at all to do with the apprehension of Mr
A. No.
Q. Who did?_
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A. The Iraqi Police.
Q. Where there any U.S. Forces involved n the apprehension of Mr
A. None that I know of, but if there wer _ould have been the Military Police.
Q. What Military Police Unit supported _Area of Operations?
A. I do not remember because they were not stationed at our location. We rarely interacted with them
Q. At any time, did you assault any of the detainees?
A. No.
Q. At any time, did you have to physically restrain any of the detainees?
A. Yes, as mentioned above.
Q. At any time, did you see any U.S. Forces assault any of the detainees?
A. No.
Q. How many times did you leave your compound while deployed?
A. No more then 12 and most of them were to and from Brigade.
Q. What is THT 36?
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A. HUMINT Team assigned to assist us.
Q. Who was on this team?
A. SP.". who is assi_to the 500 Military Intelligence Battalion. As was another SPC, SGT and WOl whose names I do not remember were also assigned to the 501 st Military Intelligence Battalion.
Q. Do you know what the use of force levels were used to apprehend Man. 1 0_0)— \-f
A. No, I do not.
Q. Where there any Battalion Soldiers involved in the apprehension of
A. None that I know of. I do not believe we, my battalion, was involved in the appre ension at all.
Q. How would you document a detainee's physical health when you processed him in to the detention facility?
A. A combination of the photograph taken upon detention and in the remarks section of the detainee sheet.
Q. Would the detainees be screened by medical personal upon intake?
A. Yes, all detainees were medically screened.
Q. Who were the medics?
attery. SPC SPC11(possibly SP A. The medics that were assigned__1111111111, and
Q. Do you have any knowledge regarding_being assaulted and mistreated by U.S. Forced during his apprehension and his detention? _
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A. Absolutely not.
Q. Do you have any knowledge regarding _ saulted and mistreated by the Iraqi Police?
A. No definite knowledge, but it would not s •rise m
Q. Who were the Iraqi Police that brought Mr to the Battalion Detention Facility?
A. Ido not know.
Q. Should the names of the Iraqi Police been documented on you detention form?
A. We did not deal with handovers from the Iraqi Police often enough to have a good SOP for it, so odds are that the person who accepted the detainees from the Iraqi Police never thought to get their names
Q. Are you in possession of any documents or pictures regarding the apprehension of Mr... or any other detainee?
A. No, the computer that held all this information crashed and did not survive.
Q. Where are these computers now?
A. The computer was wiped but it was backed up to an external hard drive that is broken.
Q. Who was the Battalion Intelligenpe Officer (S-2) during Mar 04?
A. CP1111191111111_C4.-) (C)
Q. During yo_ent, were ther any U.S. civilians working for the U.S. Government at your compound?
A. Not at our compound, but there were U.S. Civilians interpreters employed by THT 36.
Q. Is there any information at all that you have not mentioned regarding the apprehension, detention and confinement of Mr 111111111V(.0 (C)-
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A. I stated everything that I can remember.
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Q. During this interview, you mentioned Specia orces Poroonal as sted in the interviews/interrogations of some of the detainees, ho were they d where were they assigned?
A. I do not remember the name of the task force or e names of t e personnel in it, but they were located close to our compound.
Q. Did they have anything to do with the apprehensio , detentio. , or interview of M
A. They would not have had anything to do with the a prehens on or detention, but they m y have • conducted the interrogation.
Q. How were they dressed?
A. They were DCUs and may have had a face mask o
Q. Did you ever witness' or hear of any information t wo d suggest was abu ed in any way by U.S. Forces
A. No.
Q. Do you wish to add anythin to this statement?
A. No. ////End of Statement///
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STATEMENT OF
TAKEN AT GIESSEN ARMY DEPOT, APO AE 09169,
DATED 22 Nov 04,
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AFFIDAVIT
have read or have had read to me this statentent which begins on page 1 and ends on page 5 I fully understand the contents of the entire statement made by me. The statement is true. I have initialed all corrections and have initialed the bottom of each page containing the statement. I have made this statement freely without hope of benefit or reward _out threat of punishment, and without coercion, unlawful influence or unlawful
Witness #1: 1-­ 110.11111M11111t_ igna e o erson a g tatemen
Witness #2: Subscribed and sworn before me, a person authorized by law to administer oaths, this 22nd day of Nov 2004, at Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169.

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RIGHTS WARNING PROCEDURE/WAIVER CERTIFICATE
For use of this form, see AR 190-30; the proponent a enc C$DCSOPS DATA REQUIRED BY TRE PRIVACY ACT
AUTHORITY:_Title 10, United States Code, Section 3012(g)
PRNCIPAL PURPOSgt_to provide etfintiaticletS and law enforcement officialt With means by Whieh Worth:g1h may lie accurately identified.
ROUTINE USES:_Your Social SeCtirity Niiniber if Used as ail additional/alternate means of identification tO facilitate filing and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE:_DiseloSureofyour Social Security Number is voluntary.

1.
LOCATION_

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DATE_3. TIME_- 4. 1-.1LE NUMBER
Giessen Artily Pepot APO AE_09169_ 2-7-Noup i 4 1_

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q. l. _HHB, 2/3rd Field Artillery Battalion_ 6(4) (C.S —:2--:-
? Giessen Army Depot 073/AD_APO AE 09169 PART I.- RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE SECTION A. Rights
The iriVestigatOt whose name appears below told me that he/she is with the United States Arrily Criminal Investigation Command As A Spe A•lent_ and wanted to qUestion me about the following offense(s) of which I Ain suspected/Assatitlt/Ctuel_and Maltreatmentll Before he/she asked nie any questio _a., o_the offenses however; he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
I. Ido not have to answer any queatiOns ors _anything I Anything I say or do can be used as eviden ; againpt me _a crimin$,trillill
3. (For personnel subject to the UCMJ) I have _e right to talk pH_ely to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer
present with me during 4riestionin . _'s lawyer c. I be a_vili_awyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailedfor me at no experise to me or bo
(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 vestioning. I undetstand that this lawyer can be one that I arrange for at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and Want Orie, 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 the right to stop answering questions at any time, Or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver bele

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SECTION B. Waiver
I Understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing to discuss t o ,, 1 ffens•(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer; first and without havin: a law.yer, .resent_ with me. mix 1 •_1- • 0 5. v i• ¦ v
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LOCATION: Giessen Arrny Depot, APO AE 09169
FILE NUMBER: 0116-04-CID047
DATE: 22 1./bie.k
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NAME: SSAN GRADE/RANK: O-3/CPT

ORGANIZATION OR AD : Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2/3 th Field Artillery
Battalion, Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169

want to make the following statement under oath: I first deployed to Iraq on or about 25 Apr 03 with 1/1 Cavalry Squadron, 1st AD, as a Fire Support Officer. About 21 Dec 03, lbegan my transition as the Battalion S-2 for 2/3 Field Artillery Battalion. We were located in Zone 18 in the northern part of Baghdad. My duties mainly included preparing targets by numhig down information by finding sources or people would come to the gates and give up information on insurgents. We also received information from higher levels and the S ecial Forces unit adjacent us.
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Q: At any time were you involved in the m ogation of detainees?
A: Initially we were required to question detainees to determine if they had any tactical, information. I was the S-2 and I did the questioning_
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Q. During the course of this interview you were shown a picture of Mr _ Do you remember this individual during your deployment?
A:
I am almost sure I remember him. He was brought to us by the Iraqi Police along with three or four others. One of which had a cut or injured finger because medics had to treat him. The individual I saw the picture ofwas overweight and I recall he had a black eye and marks along his back. It looked like welts orred marks.

Q.
Do you know why this imlividual was detained?

A.
He and his friends were picked up by the Iraqi Police and they had weapons in their car.

Q.
How do you kno* this?

A.
Because I was able to read a statement that I wrote during this time and I renaemb he case.

Q.
Describe in detail your actions and involvement in the detention of Mr

A.
I would have talked to each individual and asked them where they got the weapons from. I would question them to see ifthey knew any of the key individuals we were looking for. If I could tie them to any of these people I would then see what information they had on these people. If we determined the individual had information they would be turned over to the Tactical Humint Team for further questioning. _ -

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Do you specifically reilieinber talking to Mr _

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A. I am sure I did, but I do not remember.
Q. When was Mr_ attalion Detention F cility?
A. During the evening, around 2200-2300. I remember I was in ed already.
Q. So, you had nothing at all to do with the apprehension of
A. They were already brought to us detained. We did the initis questioning, put them in the detention cell, and more than likely they were transferred to the Tactical Humint Team. According
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to the documents I have reviewed the did stay the entire day on 20 Mar 03, and then were
ansferred on 21 Mar 04
Q. Who did?_
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A. The Iraqi Police.
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Q. Where there any U.S. Forces involved in the apprehension of
A. No.
Q. At any time, did you assault any of the detainees?
A. No.
Q. At any time, did you have to physically restrain any of the detainees?
A. No. If these are the same guys I am thinking of they were not violent nor did they resist.
Q. At any time, did you see any U.S. Forces assault any of the detainees?
A. No.
Q. How many times did you leave your compound while deployed? _
A. Three times a week for meetings at Brigade. (C) —2—
Q. What is THT 36?
A. Tactical HUMINT (Human Inte_ our
Q. Who was on this team'?
A. SGT_p .), SPS_ arrant Office_They were all assigned to 501 5 Military Intelligence_pany and attached to 1 Brigade Headquarters S-2.
Q. Who would know then_the THT 36 team?
A. Maybe SPC_• om my personnel 10 (7)(C)-k1
Q. Do you know what the use of force level was used to
A. Probably heavy, the Iraqi Police did pretty m _ey wanted._remember this individual coming in with a black eye_'s back.
Q. Where there any Battalion S ed in the apprehensio
A. No, we just took cust• aqi Police when they we brou., t in. The police drove the vehicle into the c the four or five individuals wer in a po ce car.
Q. When_as processed into your detention fa' ity, were there any signs of MR eing assaulted?
A. Yes, as I mentioned he had a black eye and marks on 's back.
Q. If so, would this information have been donmente•on your in' e records?
A. No. I am sure this why it was mentioned that thes individua were, brought to us by the Iraqi Police.
Q: Were these individuals examined by medical • e r onnel?
A:
One guy was because of his finger._id no ake any complaints of being injured. After the Iraqi Police left, he did say the Iraqi Police assaul d him and the other individuals.

Q.
Who were the medics?

A.
I do not remember the names but they would have b en from HHB, 2/3 rd FA Bn.

Q.
Do you have any knowledge regarding_eing assaulted and mistreated by U.S. Forces during his apprehension and his detention?

A.
No.

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ou have any knowledge regarding eing assaulted and mistreated by the Iraqiolive? A-7,A. The police did not say anything about it, but the indi "duals who were detained said they had
17 been beaten by the Iraqi Police.
Q. Who were the Iraqi Police that brought A. I do not know. the Battglion Detention Facility?
Q. Are you in possession of any documents or pictures re or any other detainee? ding t apprehension of MR
A. No.
Q. During your deployment, were there any U.S. civi your compound? caking for the U.S. Government at

A. At one time there were a couple of mal ale o claimed to-have been part of somesort of investigative team. But they ha othing do with and the others detained.
Q. Is there any information at all you hav not provided regarding the apprehension, detentionand confinement of
A. No, I gave everything that I remember.
Q: Is there anyone else you can think of ay be able to provide additional information
concernin the detainin • of

A:
MAJ who was the S-3. He is currently at the Joint Special Forces in VA. I have his email address. The was also CP_om the 501 St MI.

Q.
Do you wish to add an to this state= t?

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From what I know I did all o e questioni g and I did not physically assault anyone and I know none of my perscinnel did not 'then

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Q: Is there anything else. No.////End of Statementfrn
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FOR OFFICIAL'USE ONLY — LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE STATEMENT 0 TAKEN AT GIESSEN ARMY DEPOT, APO AE 09169, DATED 22 Nov ILI,
AFFIDAVIT
I, ave read or have had read to me this statement which begins on page 1 and ends on page 4. fully understand the contents of the entire statement made by me. The statement is true. I have inti ed all corrections and have initialed the bottom of each page containing the statement. I ha e made this statement freely without hope of benefit or reward, without threat of punishment, d without coercion, unlawful influence or unlawful inducement'',
Witness #1:
Subscribed and sworn before me, a
person authorized by law to administer
oaths, this 22nd day of Nov 2004,
at Giessen Army Depot, AP
09169. Witness #2:
stering Oath)
(Typed name of Person Administering Oath)
Article 136 UCMJ
(Authority to Administer Oath)
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SWORN STATEMENT LOCATION: Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169 FILE NUMBER: 1 -ClD047 DATE: 23 Nov 04 TIME: PC. 0 2— NAME: SSAN: GRADE/RANK: SPC ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS: Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2/3 rdField Artillery Battalion, Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169
cem."-e want to make tlie followiQ statement under oath: I arrived at my unit on 10 May 03 and then deployed to Iraq in support of Iraqi Freedom during Jul
03. I was initially assigned to the Battalion Aide Station and then two month later, I was attached to B Battery, 213 m Field Artillery Battalion as a Line Medic. While I was in B Battery, I was tasked with conducting medical screenings of Iraqi Detainees. I would say that I looked at between 100 and 200 Iraqis for meipatreasons. During Jul 04, I redeployed back to Giessen, Gm.
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Q.
A. (6)
Q. During the course of this interview you were shown a picture of a male with what appears to be a black eye. Do you recognize this individual?
A. No.
Q. The individual's name in the picture is ¦ do you recognize this name?
A. No.
Q. Describe the medical screening of Iraqi detainees.
A. When I was notified that there was a detainee, I would go to the detainee pen, which was near my AO. I would first take conduct a rapid trauma assessment to make sure there was swelling or deformities. I would then take a set of Base Line Vitals from each individual in the pen. The interpreter would ask the individual if they had any medical conditions that I should be aware of I would document the base line vitals and any other significant findings.
Q. If an Iraqi detainee came into the detainee pen with a black eye, what would you do?
A. I would check papillary response for signs of a skull fracture.
Q. Would this be documented in any way?
A. Only if I found signs of a skull fracture.
Q. Would the detainee be clothed when you did your assessment?
A. Yes, the detainee would have their clothes on the entire time, unless they told the interpreter that something was brothering him. Then I would have the individual remove the clothing where the detainee said he was injured or hurting.
Q. Where would you document your medical screenings?
A. In the folder provided to me by the battalion aid station.
Q. Where is the folder now?
A. I turned it back into the battalion aide station before I deployed to Na Jaf, Iraq.
Q. Do you know if the battalion aide station currently has the folder?
A. I have no idea. I have never seen it since then.
Q. What form would you use to document your screenings?
A. SF 600
Q. Would each detained have there own SF 600? 6.) O._
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A. No. Each group of detainees would have there SF 6
Q. On the SF 600, would you document the names of the .1 dividuals you screened?
A. Sometimes.
Q. What do you mean by "Sometimes"
A. Sometimes we would document the names and sometime we would document them as Detainee 1 and Detainee 2 and so fourth.
Q. While deployed, did you observe any U.S. Forces assault g any detainees?
A. No.
Q. Do you wish to add anything to this st ent?
A. No. I//End of Statement!///
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STATEMENT OF TAKEN AT GIESSEN ARMY DEPOT, APO AE 09169, DATED 23
FIDAVIT
ave read or have had read to me is statement which begins on page 1 and ends on page 3. I fully understand the contents of the en e statement made by me. The statement is true. I have initialed all corrections and have initialed he bottom of each page containing the statement. I have made this statement freely without hop of benefit or reward, without threat of punishment, and without coercion, unlawful influence or lawful inducement.
Witness #1: (Signature of Person Making Statement)
Subscribed and sworn before me, a person authorized bylaw to administer oaths, this 23nd day of Nov 2004, at Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169.
Witness #2:
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SWORN STATEMENT LOCATION: Giessen Army Depot, APO AE 09169 FILE NUMBER: 01 • 14-ClD047
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DATE: 23 Nov 0 TIME: 14110
NAME: SSAN: GRADE/RANK: SPC ORGANIZATIO I iD SS: Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2/3 rd Field Artillery Battalion, Giessen Army Dep' , APO AE 09169
want to make the following statement under oath: I arrived at my unit on 2 Jan 03 and then deployed to Iraq in support of Iraqi Freedom during May
03. I was initially assigned to the Battalion Aide Station and then 8 Jan 04, I was attached to. B Battery, 2/3rd Field Artillery Battalion as a Line Medic. While I was in B Battery, I was tasked with conducting medical screenings of Iraqi Detainees. I would say that I looked at between 50 to 100Ira is for medical rpasOlns. , During Jul 04, I redeployed back to Giessen, Gm.
Q. During the course of this interview you were shown a picture of a male with what appears to be a black eye. Do you recognize this individual?
A No. \ (7) (C).
Q. The individual's name in the picture is do you recognize this name?
A. No.
Q. Describe the medical screening of Iraqi detainees.

A. When they first came in, we did an evaluation of the individual to ensure there was no serious trauma to the individual.. We would then take the standard pulse, blood pressure, and respirations. After that, we would then ask the individual, through an interpreter, if they had any health problems and/or if they took any medications. If they did take medication we would find out what the medication was and the rate of the medication. Basically, we just made sure they were in good health. They were usually not there very long.
Q. If an Iraqi detainee came into the camp with a black eye, what would you do?
A. Usually make sure it was ok. That was about it.
Q. Would this be documented in any way?
A. If it jumped out at us, yea, other wise no.
Q. Would the detainee be clothed when you did your assessment?
A. Yes, unless it required the medical screen required apiece of clothing to be removed.
Q. Where would you doCument your medical screenings?
A. In a notebook that we kept and also it would sometimes be documented on the detainee log.
Q. Where is the notebook now?
A. It is gone, thrown away burned.
Q. What form would you use to document your screenings?
A. SF 600.
Q. Would each detained have their own SF 600?
A. No. Not necessary.
Q. On the SF 600, would you document the names of the individuals you screened?
A. Yes. Pretty much all the time, if there was an interpreter around.
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