CID Report (Death): 0237-03-CID259-61219

CID investigation into the death of a detainee, Manadel Al-Jamadi. Mr. Al-Jamadi was captured on Nov. 4, 2003 by members of U.S. Navy Seal Team Seven (ST-7), who located Mr. Al-Jamadi at his residence south of Baghdad, Iraq. Mr. Al-Jamadi allegedly resisted apprehension and was taken into custody after a physical altercation with ST-7 members. Mr. Al-Jamadi was placed in the rear of a High Mobility Multi Wheeled Vehicle and taken to FOB St. Michael, where he was repeatedly kicked, punched and struck with weapons by ST-7 members. He was then transported to Abu Ghraib prison and was found dead later that day at the prison. The Medical Examiner found broken ribs and many bruises. Mr. Al-Jamadi’s death was determined to be as a result of blunt force trauma to the torso complicated by compromised respiration; the manner of death is determined to be a homicide. Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) assumed responsibility for this investigation and declined any further assistance from CID. NCIS has not identified any of the subjects of their investigation to CID.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
75th MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID) (-)
MOSUL AIRFIELD-MOSUL, IRAQ
APO AE 09325-6169
REPLY TO
ATTENTION OF

CIRC-CFC (195-2) 16 Oct 2004
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION — FINAL-REFERRED — 0237-03-CFD259-61219 — 5H3DI2J2 8
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES: L 4 NOV 2003/0300 — 4 NOV 2003/0845; ABU GHRAIB PRISON; ABU GHRAIB, IRAQ (IZ)
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 4 Nov 03, 2245
INVESTIGATED BY
SUBJECT(S): 1. UNKNOWN; [INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER]
VICTIM:I1. AL-JAMADI, MANADEL; CIV (NO DETAINEE NUMBER ASSIGNED); IRAQ; M; OTHER; ABU GHRAIB PRISON, ABU GHRAIB, IRAQ; XZ; (NH); [INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER]
INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
This is an "Operation Iraqi Freedom" investigation.
This investigation was initiated upon notification of Mr. Al-Jamadi's death while being detained at Abu Ghraib Prison.
Investigation revealed that on 4 Nov 03, members of U.S. Navy Seal Team Seven (ST-7) located Mr. Al-Jamadi at his residence south of Baghdad, Iraq. Mr. Al-Jamadi allegedly resisted apprehension and was taken into custody after a physical altercation with a ST-7. member. Mr. Al-Jamadi was placed in the rear of a High Mobility Multi Wheeled Vehicle (HIv1MWV) and driven to FOB St. Michael, where he was repeatedly kicked, punched and struck with weapons by ST-7 members.
Mr. Al-Jamadi was then driven to Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) where he was interrogated by members of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Following his
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interrogation, Mr. Al-Jamadi was transported to Abu Ghraib Prison. During an
interrogation at the prison conducted by CIA personnel, Mr. Al-JAMADI died.

The Final Autopsy Report listed the cause of Mr. AL-JAMADI's death as blunt force injuries of the torso complicated by compromised respiration, and the manner of Mr. Al-JAMADI's death as homicide.
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) has assumed responsibility for this investigation and has declined any further assistance from CID. NCIS has not identified
— any of the subjects-of their-investigation-to this office-,
STATUTES:
Article 119, UCMJ: Involuntary Manslaughter
EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
Attached:
1. Agents Investigation Report (AIR) of SATillt 8 Nov 03, detailing the basis for investigation; death scene examination; and interviews of SPC 111111111111111rand
Dr.
2. Death Scene Sketch prepared by SAIIIP 5 Nov 03.
3.
Compact disc (CD) 0237-03-C1D259-61219 containing photographic images of the Death Scene.

4.
AIR of SA 11.11,11 Nov 03, detailing his examination of Mr. Al-JAMADI's remains, the exposure of photograph of the remains; his assistance with Mr. Al-JAMADI's autopsy; and the receipt of the autopsy photographs.

5.
Photographic Packet (CD) consisting of 55 photographs of Mr. Al-JAMADI's remains

6.
CD containing autopsy photographs of Mr. Al-JAMADI (USACRC and file copies only).

7. AIR. of SAI21 Jan 04 detailing his interviews of I' Mr.
1111111111 and SGTISAIinterview of "Mr.Iand his receipt of the Preliminary Autopsy Report and NCIS Report Of Investigation.
8.
Preliminary Autopsy Report, 9 Nov 03, pertaining to Mr. Al-JAMADI.

9.
NCIS Report of Investigation, 16 Dec 03, with attachments.

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10.AIR of SA I10 Mar 04, detailing an examination of the Death
Scene, and coordination7i=11111111111.111

11.AIR of SA I27 Mar 04, detailing his interview of SPC 111111111111Copy only, original lost in mail).
12.Sworn Statement of SPC I25 Mar 04 (Copy only; original lost in mail).
13.AIR of SA 11111.1,17 May 04, detailing the production of an imaged
hard drive from a lap top computer.

14.AIR of SAI, 8 Jul 04, detailing the preparation of a cross
projection sketches of the east and west walls of the Death Scene, and coordination with
Mr.

15.Cross projection sketches of Death Scene (2), prepared by SA .7
,
Jul 04 and 8 Jill 04.
16.AIR of SAM!, 13 Apr 04, detailing the receipt of the Final Autopsy
Report; the submission of a grime Lab txamin tion Request; interviews of SPC
SPCI, GM1IAM1Iand ABH1
and thezcsat of Interview Reports of SGTISSG

andIby CIA/OIG. 17.Final Autopsy Report, 9 Jan 04, pertaining to Mr. Al-JAMADI. 18.Crime Lab Examination Request, 15 Mar 04 (USACRC and File copies only). 19.Sworn Statement of SPAM, 18 Mar 04. 20.Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of GM1 IMP, 7 Apr
04. 21.Rights Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of AM1 1111111111P7 Apr
04.
22.Rights Waiver Certificate of ABH111111101. 7 Apr 04.

23.
Interview Report of SA alr23 Mar 04.

24.
Interview Report of SGT imp3 Apr 04.

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26.
Interview Report of CPT 111.11115 Apr 04

27.
Interview Report of SSG111,7 Apr 04.

28.AIR of SA-4 May 04, detailing his interview of LCDR
29. AIR of SA 11111114 May 04, detailing his interview of BMCS
OEM

30.AIR of SAIIIIMI6 May 04, detailing his interview of AOSNINIF
31.AIR of SAIMM/10 May 04, detailing his interview of LT 111111.
32.AIR of SAM 10 May 04, detailing his interview of HM1
WNW
33.AIR of'SAVara 11 May 04, detailing his interview of ABH1
Wan
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35.AIR of SAME. 18 May 04, detailing his interview of HM2
111.111.
36.AIR of SAM. 19 May 04, detailing his interview of BMC WEN
37.AIR of SAMMIII1 Jul 04, detailing his attempt to interview CPT 1111.
38.Rights Non-Waiver Certificate of CP1111.1 Jul 04.
39.AIR of SAVillEt0 Jul 04, detailin: the receipt of NCIS Investi ative Actions detailing interviews of SK1IBM1I, PO
LT , and AM1INCIS Report of Investigation detailing interview o Sworn Statements of A02•ET2 A03IA02 ITI EN1ILT IS2IGM1IS1IBMCS
and HT1I•btained by NCIS; ranscn t of
inIerviews oI3 conducted b CAPTIONIMPnd CAPT Rights Waiver and Statement of LT Ibtained by NCIS . coordination with CIA/OIG; receipt of a Transmittal of Information (TOI) from SA and receipt of news articles pertaining to Mr. Al-JAMADI's death.
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40.Investigative Action, 1 Jul 04, pertaining to SK1 111111111111. 41.Report of Investigation, 7 Jul 04, pertaining to A02 UM,
42.
Sworn Statement of A02 VIM 1 Jul 04.

43.
Sworn Statement of ET211111111 Jul 04.
44.Interview transcripts (2) of A03 Iundated).

45.
Sworn Statement of A03 =It Jul 04.

46.
Sworn Statement of A021111111 7 Jul 04.

47.
Sworn Statement of PR2/11.11. 9 Jul 04.

48.
Sworn Statement of ITI11111,9 Jul 04.

49.
Sworn Statement oh-IMCS MUM 9 Jul 04.
5u. Sworn statement of hN1J9 Jul U4.

51.Sworn Statement of LT I9 Jul 04.
52.Investigative Action, 9 Jul 04, pertaining to BM1
53.Investigative Action, 12 Jul 04, pertaining to PO OW

54. Sworn Statement of IS211111111 13 Jul 04.
55.Sworn Statement of GM1 MEI 15 Jul 04.

56. Sworn Statement of IS limpl5 Jul 04.
57.Investigative Action, 18 Jul 04, pertaining to LT11.111.
58.Rights Waiver and Statement of LT I16 Jul 04..
59.Investigative Action, 19 Jul 04, pertaining to AM1N...1

60.
Sworn Statement of BMCS I19 Jul 04.

61.
Sworn Statement of PO IMF 19 Jul 04.

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62.Sworn Statement of HT MB 19 Jul 04.
63.AIR of SA111111122 Jul 04, detailing his attempt to interview LTC 111111111, 64.Rights Non-Waiver Certificate of LTC ma22 Jul 04.
65.AIR of SAIIIIIM1 Oct 04, detailing the receipt o_ f laboratory examination results; receipt of interview reports of 1LT PFC SGT ISPCI, SP
AO11211111
HMCSI, AOANIGM2ILT and BMC obtained by CIA/OIG; receipt of photographs of Navy personnel om NCIS coordination with SA1111111pegarding the interview of COL
and the receipt of a Transmittal of Information (TOI) consisting of NCIS interviews of
Navy Personnel from SAWN=
66.USACIL Latent Print and Serology Division Final Reports (2), USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785.
67.Interview Report of 1LTallillp23 APR 04.
I68. Interview Report of PL, C11111111.1,23IApr 04.
69.Photographs (4) of Navy personnel with detainee.
70.Interview Report of SGT111111111 3 Jul 04.
71.Interview Report of SPA1111.1111113 Jul 04.
72.Interview Report of SPC I 3 Jul 04.
73.Interview Report of A02,11111.26 Jul 04.
74.Interview Report of HMCS 111111.111 29 Jul 04.
75.Interview Report of AOANININIF 29 Jul 04.
76.Interview Report of GM2 I10 Aug 04.
77.Interview Report of LT 1111111,10 Aug 04.
78.Interview Report of BMCIIIIM10 Aug 04.
79.TOI consisting of interview reports of Navy Personnel.

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80.News Articles.
81.DA Form 4137, Voucher Number 541-03 (2).
Not Attached:
Retained in the theater evidence depository, 22nd Military Police Battalion (OD), Baghdad, Iraq:
83.
Jumpsuit. (Voucher Number 541-03).

84.
Glove, green (15). (Voucher Number 541-03).

85.
Glove, white (3). (Voucher Number 541-03).

86.
Gauze and paper-type debris (5). (Voucher Number 541-03).

87.
Plastic Bag (2). (Voucher Number 541-03).

88.
Bottle. (Voucher Number 541-03).


eongmasoIi.is - „I , an• •Iare orware el wit the USACRC copy of this report. The originals of Exhibits 6, 8, and 17 are retained in the files of the Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Rockville, MD. The originals of Exhibit 9, 40-62, 69, and 79 are retained in the files of NCIS. The originals of Exhibits 18 and 66 are retained in the files of USACIL. The originals of Exhibits 11 and 12 were lost in the U.S. Mail and have not • been located. The originals of Exhibit 23-27, 67, 68, and 70-78 are retained in the files of the Central Intelligence Agency Office of the Inspector General. The originals of Exhibit 80 are retained in the files of their respective news agencies. The originals of Exhibits 81 are retained in the files of the evidence custodian, 22 nd Military Police Battalion.
STATUS: This is a Final Referred Report prepared TAW CIDR 195-1, Para 4-10a(1) in that the Army OD does not have the primary investigative responsibility and NCIS has accepted referral of this investigation.
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1 - Director, U.S. Army Crime Records Center, USACIDC, Attn: CICR-CR, 6010 6th Street, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 (Original) 1 — THRU: Commander, 221 MP Battalion (CID) (FWD), Attn: Operations Officer, (CID)(FWD), Baghdad, Iraq THRU: Commander, 3d Military Police Group (CID), Fort Gillem, GA TO: Commander, HQ USACIDC,_CIOP-ZA, Fort Belvoir. VA
1-- NCIS, Washington DC
1 — Chief of Staff, TFO (e mail only, less exhibits)
1 — Staff Judge Advocate, TFO (e mail only, less exhibits)
1 — Provost Marshal's Office, TFO (e mail only, less exhibits)
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REPLY TO.
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CIRB-BAN-S 9 Feb 2005
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD.
SUBJECT: Report of investigation 0237-03-CID259-61219 — 5 14
1. This memorandum is to clarify or further explain incidents that occurred with ROI 0237-03-. CID259-61219.
a. SAIwas originallynotified of the death of Mr. Al JAMADI approximately 2200, unknown date, by CW5I3rd Military Group Operations Officer, Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq. SAresponded to the Group Headquarters where he was questioned about a death at the Abu Ghraib Prison. SA Informed Mr.Ithat he had worked a prison death case earlier in the day. Mr. Itated that CID Command had been res uested by the Central Intelligence A enc CIA to lOok into the death of Mr. JAMADI.
SAIreviewed the case file from the death that he investigated earlier in the day and determined that the deceased was not Mr. JAMADI. SA impontacted the Abu Ghraib Prison and verified that there was a second body at the prison, which had not been reported to CID. SAMIllwas directed by the 10th Military Police Battalion and 3rd Military Police Group to respond to the prison the next morning. The delay in responding to the incident was due to the unit not having crew served weapons and the threat of night time movements from the Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) and the Abu Ghraib Prison were extremely high.
b.
SA Ia.lon with several other unit personnel including the Special Agent in Charge, (CW2I responded to the scene the first thing the next morning.

c.
SAllinand unit personnel arrived on scene and was escorted by LT IIII"minl

immowNFI) to the cell block where Mr. JAMADI was located. Mr. JAMADI was in the shower area on the second floor. Mr. JAMADI was in a body bag and had been iced down.
d.
LTCIIwas informed that the body needed to be transported to BIAP for an autopsy. LTCIated he did not have an ambulance that he could spare from the facility to transport the ody to the mortuary affairs.

e.
LTC11111111,tated he was concerned that if Mr. JAMADI was taken out of the cell block in a body bag, it could cause unrest on the part of the other detainees.

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LTCIequested his medical personnel take Mr. JAMADI out on a stretcher to an ambulance outside of the prison to give the appearance that Mr. JAMADI was receiving medical care and was not deceased. A decision was made to allow Mr. JAMADI to be taken out of the prison on a stretcher to avoid possible unrest or a riot by the prison inmates.

g.
Medical personnel arrived and placed Mr. JAMADI onto a stretcher, with the body bag unzipped and tucked under the body. Mr. JAMADI was covered with a blanket and an IV line was taped to his arm. The IV was not inserted into the body. Mr. JAMADI was placed into an ambulance and transported to the helicopter landing pad area, out of sight of the other inmates.

h.
At the helicopter landing pad area, Mr. JAMADI was containerized in the body bag and placed into SAIIII.HUMMWV. SAIIIIPmd team transported Mr. JAMADI from the Abu Ghraib Prison directly to the BIAP mortuary affairs for an autopsy.

2. Point of contact for the above request is the undersigned at 421-2775 or us.army.mil.
11111.11.11
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Basis for Investigation: About 2245, 4 Nov 03, SAIIIIIN was notified by CW511111111111Group Operations Officer, 3rd Military Police Group (CID), of the death of an Iraqi national at the Ibu Ghraib prison.
Between 1000 and 1030, 5 Nov 03, SA onducted a death scene examination
of the prison shower on the second floor of the prison.
11111,
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SCENE: The,shower room is located on the second floor of the Abu Ghraib prison in wing A-1, along the western Wall or the northern wing. The room is constructed of concrete and cinder block material with a drain along the west wall, centered between north and south. The shower room is approximately 10 foot wide and 20 foot long. The shower room has a concrete floor and a concrete ceiling. The shower room has a window along the west wall near the north end of the room. The window has bars and a cage over it to prevent anyone from escaping. The shower room has a doorway along the east wall with a door made of bars. Also along the east wall are three other doorways with bars, which have been locked shut and do not open. The shower room is equipped with two fluorescent lights along the east wall. One of the fluorescent lights did not
work.
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CONDITION OF THE SCENE: The shower room was clean of debris. There was a rheal ready to eat box in the center of the room near the north wall. There was a plastic bag with an orange jump suit and trash located next to the door along the east wall. There was a plastic bottle of chlorine located next to the plastic bag. There was a black in color body bag along the south wall, with the
'
deceased individual inside. There were no stains on the floor or wall area at the time of the'exam. There were sheets placed over the bar doors, to prevent people from seeing into the room. There were no unusual odors detected.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: The temperature outside was approximately 90 degrees Fahrenheit and the sun was shining. The temperature inside was approximately 80 degrees Fahrenheit. There was no precipitation in the past twenty-four hours.
FACTORS PERTINENT TO ENTRY/EXIT: Access to the scene could only be gained fhrough the main doorway into the shower room.
SCENE DOCUMENTATION: A crime scene sketch was prepared by SAM SAMP xposed photographs of the scene utilizing a Kodak EasyShare DX4900 digital camera built in flash.
SEARCH FOR LATENT IMPRESSIONS: A search for latent impressions was not conducted due to the personnel being present at the scene not being in question.
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SEARCH BEYOND THE SCENE: A search beyond the scene was not conducted.
About 1210, 8 Nov 03, SAilleinterviewed SPC glimumminplamp
Headquarter Service Company (HSC), 109 th Medical Battalion (Iowa City, Iowa), Abu Ghraib Prison,

Iraq, who stated he did not remember what time the incident occurred. SPC 11111111111.ttated
himself and SGT responded to the hard cells reference a man who stopped breathing.
SPC. stated when they arrived on scene, an Iraqi doctor was already there and was

checking the body for a heart beat. SPC. tated the Iraqi doctor stated the
individual was dead and no lifesaving efforts were taken. PC . tated he did not
recall seeing a bandage on the individuals face when he assisted the doctor. SPC
stated the body was laying near the shower drain, face down when he entered the shower room.

About 1245, 8 Nov 03, SAIllainterviewed Dr. 011111111111111pAbu Ghraib Prison, Iraq, who
stated he responded to the cell block reference one of the prisoners had stopped breathing. Dr.
stated when he arrived on scene, the man was laying on his stomach. Dr.tated he checked the
betcl-fer-vital-signs--which-m- t-with-neg •...
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measures once he determined the man was dead. Dr. .tated the man had not been dead long,
when he arrived. Dr..stated he did notice injuries to the mans face when he was checking him for

vital signs.
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About 0900, 5 Nov 03, SA 111.11M1111111.11111p Forensic Science Officer,
10th Military Police Battalion, -Ba.jiCET1Trtgrional Airport (BIAP), ,APO AE
09335, was notified an Iraqi prisoner had died during an interrogation while at
the US Coalition prison located at Abu Graib, IZ. The prisoner was identified as
Mt. Manadel Al-JAMADI (NFI).

About 1300 5 Nov 03 SA.coordinated this investigation with SSG
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JAMAIDI at the mortuary on Baghdad International Airport.

Mr Al-JAMAIDI was a Caucasian male about 40 years of age. The body was in full
rigor and lividtiy was set.

His right eye had suffered blunt trauma with bruising and swelling. His septum
was partially deviated. One of his front teeth was chipped and there was blood

in his mouth.

There was a linear abrasion about 4 to 5 inches in length on his right fore arm.

There were a number of bruises and abrasions on the right knee. There were also
abrasions and bruises on the left knee.

There was bruising on the right and left wrist indicative of the wrists being
bound with .a ligature. The ankles had similar bruises indicative of the ankles

also being bound with a ligature.

There were several wounds on the right hand but appeared to be in different

stages of healing. There was a lack of defense wounds on either hand.
There was a bruise on his anterior left thigh.

There was a pattern abrasion over his anterior lower left rib cage.

There were .a number of bruises over his anterior left shoulder. These bruises

were small and circular possibly made by a hand or by fingers.

There was a bruise over his left posterior buttocks.

There was a deformity in the lumbar section of the spine on the posterior back.

There was no associated swelling or bruising, however.

There were several old surgical scars. One.was over his left lateral ilium.and

one was over the lumbar section of his spinal cord.

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There was a wound on the left foot that appeared to be healing and older.

There was a pattern abrasion over his lateral right ilium.

SA II"exposed photographs of the body (see CD Rom and photographic log for

details :

About 0830, 9 Nov 03, SA.assisted Commander (Dr)allIllnIIIIP US
Navy, Deputy Medical Examiner, 'OffiCe-of the Medical Examiner, rme.

orces.
Institute of Pathology, 1413 Research Blvd, Building 102, Rockville, MD 20850, in
conducting an autopsy on the remains of Mr Al-JAMADI. The manner and cause of
death were undetermined. There were. a number of blunt force injuries but none
that would cause death. The heart, brain and spinal cord were unremarkable

.

There were a number of broken ribs, but they were consistent with life saving

measures (CPR). There were hemorrhages over the temporal muscles and a right

periorbital contusion, but not enough to affect the brain or cause death. Dr
111111prepared a Preliminary Autopsy Report (see report for details). The final

autopsy report was pending toxicology and a closer review of the heart and brain.

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bout 1030 05 Nov 03 SA IIIIIIIIMIPimerviewedlIllr who stated he arrived with his team at the Abu Ghraib Prison around 0500, 04 Nov
03. At this time according to alp, Mr. Manadal AL-JAMAIDI was changed from his personal clothes
(stripped pants and a white shirt) into an orange detainee jumpsuit. Additionally, the flex cuffs, which he had
been wearing, were removed and he was bound with standard handcuffs. 'OW further related that Mr. AL-
JAMAIDI was brow ht to an interrogation cell at the prison around 0530 and at this point he left MOWN"
and Mr.I'to continue with their interrogation of Mr. AL-JAMAIDI. yip stated that he was

informed at approximately 0730 by Mr. Ithat Mr. AL-JAMAIDI had slumped over during the
interrogation and was not responsive.
About 1505, 05 Nov 03, SAI,this office, interviewed Mr. I
FI), Interpreter/
Translator, CIA, who stated he was in a vehicle behind U.S. Navy SEa Air Land (SE L) Team 7. He was
unable to see the face of Mr. AL-JAMAIDI when he was apprehended from his residence. Mr. 111111111ppoke
with Mr. AL-JAMAIDI moments after his arrest but did not see his face due to it being covered by a hood. Mr.unkalso stated he arrived at the Abu Ghraib Prison about 0400 with the apprehension team. Mr. AL-
JAMAIDI was taken to a separate room where he was changed into an orange prison uniform. Shortly after this,_
Mr. Iand Mr.I
Interrogator/ICIA, began their interrogation of Mr. AL-JAMAIDI. Mr. :stated the interrogation lasted a couple o ours. During the interrogation, Mr. AL-JAMAIDI was on his knees with his hands cuffed behind his back and his ankles were secured. At some point during the questioning, Mr. AL-JAMAIDI' s head slumped to one side while he was talking, At first Mr. Up
Wand Mr.11111111111thought Mr. AL-JAMAIDI wa's faking an illness. Mr.11111111111pobserved that Mr. AL-JAMAIDI had stopped breathing.. They then summoned assistance from U.S. Military Personnel and then
departed the room.
AGENT's COMMENT: Mr.I
heard that Mr. AL-JAMAIDI strongly resisted arrest by the SEAL Team.
About "1510, 05 Nov 03, SAIinterviewed Mr. immigl
ipwho stated that he,
andI
were art of a team along with SEAL Team 7, on a mission to apprehend Mr. AL-JAMAIDI at hisresidence. Mr.Ixplained that Mr. AL-JAMAIDI was once a captain in the Iraqi Army, and iscurrently a suspected terrorist cell leader who has a cache of some two tons of explosives, to
include chemical
agents, which he purported was to use in.attacks against coalition forces. Additionally, Mr.iffirale
confirmed that Mr. AL-JAMAIDI was strongly suspected of facilitating logically and materially, the recent
attacks against the Al Rasheed Hotel and the International Red Cross in Baghdad. Mr. 4111111111Prelated howSEAL Team 7 raided Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's residence at approximately 0200, .4 Nov 03, and brought him to theSpecial Forces compound adjacent to Baghdad International Airport (BIAP). Mr. 1111111111pinterrogated Mr.
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L-JAMAIDI for approximately one hour and garnered Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's name and that he claimed to know
some of the suspected terrorist cell leaders in the Baghdad area. According to Mr. 11111.1. Mr. AL-AMAIDI was transported by the same apprehension team to the Abu Ghraib Prison at approximately 0500. At his point Mr.Istated Mr. AL-JAMAIDI was changed from his personal clothing into an orange
detainee jumpsuit. At approximately 0530, Mr. Iand Mr. gimp resumed the interrogation of Mr. L-JAMAIDI. Some time around 0700, while answering a question, Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's head slumped over to e side. Mr. UIIIIIIIpstated Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's chest was not moving, so he removed his hood to further observe his condition. At this point Mr.11.1Psummoned the Military Police to seek medically assistance for
r. AL-JAMAIDI. At this point, both men left the interrogation cell.
GENT's COMMENT: Mr.I he at no time observed Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's face until the emoval of the hood at the Abu Ghraib Prison. Additionally, Mr.Itated that Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's face had no medical bandage upon removal of the hood. He did claim to observe the swollen and bruised condition of Mr. AL-JAMAIDI's face. Mr. Ielated that Mr. AL-JAMAIDI was resisting arrest and
ould not cooperate with the commands of the SEAL Team on several occasions. He also stated that Mr. AL-AMAIDI's hands were bound during the interview with handcuffs, which were joined behind his back. urther, Mr.11111111111111stated that at no time during either interrogation, did Mr. AL-JAMAIDI voice any
edical concerns.
bout 1215, 08 Nov 03, SAIterviewed SGTill1111111,11111111111., Headquarters Service Company, (HSC), 109 Medical Battalion (Iowa City, IA), Abu Ghraib Prison, Iraq who stated he was of yet on duty when the Military Police called to report there was a man who stopped breathing. SGTtated he responded with SPC I
the hard cells and once they arrived at the cell, the(Mr. AL-JAMAIDI), was being treated by an Iraqi octor.
bout 1930, 11 Nov 03, SA 111111111111Poordinated with SAI
IlliForensic Science Officer, 10 th Military Police Battalion, Baghdad, International Airport, APO AE 09 , who provided a copy of he Preliminary Autopsy Report (ME 03-504), pertaining 'to Mr. AL-JAMADI. The results of the report state he Manner and Cause of death have yet to be determined. (See AIR of SA 11.110and Preliminary Autopsy eport for details)
bout 1130, 14 Nov 03, SAIcoordinated with SAI
to clarify the diagnoses of the reliminary Autopsy Report (ME-504), paragraph III which details the removal of a projectile from the spleen of Mr. AL-JAMADI, the result of a gunshot wound. SAI
verified the gunshot wound was from a
revious injury, not the result of a recent event.
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bout 1500, 21 Jan 04, SA IIIIIII.lpreceived the U.S. Naval. Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS),
eport of Investigation (30NOV03-MEBJ-0529-7HNA/C), which details the actions of the U.S. Navy Special
arfare Unit Three (SWU-3), Foxtrot Platoon (ST-7) members during the apprehension of Mr. AL-JAMAIDI. The results of the NCIS investigation reveal the SWU-3 affected the capture of Mr. AL-JAMAIDI in an effective, professional, and efficient manner. Additionally, NCIS, closed their investigation, due to the lack of any credible evidence implicating the SWU-3 members in_criminal wrongdoing. (See NCIS Report of
nvestigation of Interviews and other details)
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ARMED FORCES INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY
Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner

1413 Research Blvd., Bldg. 102 Rocicville, MD 20850
1-800-944-7912
PRELIMINARY AUTOPSY REPORT
Name: `13)(6)
Autopsy No.: ME 03-504 SSAN: N/A AFIP No.: Pending Date of Birth: Unk Rank: CIV, Iraqi National
:b)(2)-2
Date Found: 04 NOV 2003 Place of Death:
Date of Autopsy: 09 NOV 2003 Place of Autopsy: Mortuary Affairs,

'b)(2)-2
Date of Report: 09 NOV 2003
Circumstances of Death: This Iraqi National male was captured .by :b)(2)-2 and died while detained at .',b)(2)-2
Authorization for Autopsy: Office of the Armed Forces Medical. Examiner, TAW 10
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Identification: Visual (fingerprints and. DNA obtained)
CAUSE OF DEATH:.Pending
MANNER OF DEATH: Pending
These findings are preliminary, and subject to modification pending further investigation
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PRELIMINARY AUTOPSY DIAGNOSES:
I..A. Head:
i. Right periorbital contusion and subjunctival hemorrhage
ii. Bilateral temporalis muscle contusions
iii. Lower lip buccal mucosa contusion
B. Torso:
i. Multiple cutaneous contusions and abrasions
ii. Right anterior chest wall contusion
iii. Right upper back muscle contusion
iv.
Sternal contusion

v.
Fractures of right anterior ribs 5&6 and left anterior ribs 3-6

vi. Left upper lobe lung contusion
C. Extremities:
i. Multiple cutaneous abrasions and contusions
ii. Ligature marks of the wrists and ankles
II..Status Post Emergency Resuscitation Measures
III. Remote Gunshot Wound of Torso (projectile removed from spleen)
I
I No significant natural diseases identified, within limitations of examination
V..Toxicology pending
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About 1150, 10 Mar 04, SA ISpecial Investigator (SI)111111111111111.11tmd SI
oth of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Office of the Inspector
eneral (OIG), revisited the shower room utilized as the interrogation room for Mr.
Manadel AL-JAMAIDI. Note during the review was the close proximity of the Military
Police (MP) guard station located approximately ten feet from the doorway to the shower
room. Further, while standing at the guard station, one could hear normalconversation
within the shower room; however, one could not make out any details of the conversation
over the noise of the prisoners. The guardS were asked how load the noise revel was late
at night and early in the morning. They related it was much more quiet, which could lead
one to believe the details of any conversations within shower may have been overheard
by the Military Police on duty the morning Mr. AL-JAMAIDI died.
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About 1320, 10 Mar 04, SAIIIIIIIIPcoordinated with SSG IIIIIP372"d Military Police (MP) Company (CO), Cumberland, MD 21502 aiInson, Abu Ghraib, Iraq (IZ)), regarding any Serious Incident Reports (SIR) and/or any other reports pre ared for 04 Nov 03 regarding the death of Mr. Manadel AL-JAMAIDI. SSGI elatdd a review of their files disclosed no reports of any kind were prepared regarding the death of Mr AL-JAMAIDI.
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75th MP DET (CID)(FWD), Baghdad International
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DATE EXHIBIT 10 Mar 2004
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WARNING: THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
CONTENTS MAY BE DISCLOSED ONLY TO PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL DUTIES REQUIRE ACCESS HERTO. CONTENTS MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO PARTY(S) CONCERNED WITHOUT SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION FROM THE UNITED STATES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
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BASIS OF INVESTIGATION: On 24 Mar 04, this office received a Request For Assistance
(RFA)(0237-03-CID259-61219) from the 75 th Military Police (MP) Detachment (CID)(-), LSA
Diamondback, Mosul, Iraq, to conduct a witness interview of SPC
372nd MP Company, Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq (Cumberland, MD) pertaining to a detainee death
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and identify any additional witnesses.
About 0900, on 25 Mar 04, SAdinterviewed SPCUho rendered a Sworn
Statement, which detailed his observations of the events surrounding the detainee death. (See
Sworn Statement of SPAM".
Agents Comment: Statement was previously mailed and is not attached to this Information
Report.

About 0900, 26 Mar 04, SA illIllIllPboordinated with 372 11'1 MP Company, Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq, and obtained the following biographical information of unit personnel:
SGTd372nd MP Company, Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq (NFI); Home Phone
ID
111111111.111115k
SGTd, 372nd MP Co andb Iraq (NF ; ome Phone

Agents Comment: All listed witnesses have redeployed to the US along with the personnel
records.

Status: Your RFA has been completed in the attached enclosures. No further investigative
activity was anticipated by this office.
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PRISONER INTERROGATION TEAM (PIT)(CID)
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SWORN STATEMENT
File Number: 0024-04-CID389-80640
Location: Abu Ghruyeb Prison, Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq
Date: 25 Mar 04. Time: MO
Statement of:
SSN:. Grade/Status: E-4/RC
Org/A ress: 2 Military Police (MP) Company, Abu Ghruyeb Prison; Abu Ghruyeb, Iraq '
111111111111.
want to make the following statement under oath: I am making this
statement freely.
On 4 NOV 03, I was assigned to tier 1A located at the "hardsite" of the ABU GHRUYEB
Prison. My shift that day was from 0400 hrs to 1600 hrs. Sometime between 0400 and 0430 hrs,

SS1111.brought a prisoner tom tie I think 5PC...was with SS tit I am
not certain. Following behind SSG .and the prisoner were two OGA personne , a
Translator and an Interrogator. I had seen both OGA personnel on prior occasions. I met SSG

a
1.111Pan the first level of the tier to let him in the gate. The prisoner was dressed in an orange jump suit and had a green plastic sandbag over his head. His hands were handcuffed behind his back and his legs were shackled. The prisoner was difficult to control and was flailing back and forth. Due to his actions, SSG IIIIIPand I applied an "underhook" arm bar technique to control the prisoner as we walked him up the stairs and into the shower room. Per the direction of the OGA • ersonnel, I secured the prisoner to the bars on the window with leg irons by placing one end on the handcuffs and the other on the window •ar. .as presen w en secure the prisoner to the window bars. The prisoner could stand wi out scomfort but he would probably have experienced discomfort if he tried to sit. After helping put the prisoner in the shower room I left to perform other duties. About 30-45 minutes later, the OGA personnel called for me. I responded to the shower room and saw the prisoner slouched in the corner on his knees. The OGA personnel stated something to the effect of "I guess he doesn't want to talk to us anymore, go find him a cell." I suspected that the prisoner was faking unconsciousness because I have seen Iraqi prisoners do this in the past. I shook the prisoner and then called for SOT to help me. SGTalesponded and I applied pressure to a pressure point on the prisoner's jaw since, at this point, I believed he was faking it. The prisoner did not respond to this application of pressure so I suspected something was seriously wrong. We removed the bag from his head and I checked his pulse. The prisoner had no pulse and I noticed his eye, I don't remember which one, but it was very swollen. I also noticed a cut at the base of his swollen eye. I did not notice any other facial injuries. SGT 111..nd I detached the prisoner from the window and removed his handcuffs. We tilted the prisoner forward and a large amount of bloodirierecl from his mouth. I radioed for a medic and my NCOIC. Two to three minutes later, SSG .responded to my location and we waited for the medics to arrive. At one point an Iraqi Doctor appeared at the scene. I don't recall who, or how, the Iraqi Doctor was summoned. Both the OGA personnel appeared to be excited about what to do. I left the shower room about five minutes after SSG rrived to perform other duties. I was still working on my tier and I noticed several OGA and Army personnel, including a Doctor, arrive to decide what to do with the body. I did not
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again enter the shower room until later to assist an Army Doctor who had to fill out some paperwork regarding the death of the inmate.
Q:
A
Q:
Besides the facial injury that you already described, did you see any other injuries on the prisoner?

A: No.
Q: Did the prisoner appear to have-any- cliscomfort—while-wallcing or_breathing?_
A: I have no idea. He was and yelling and thrashing.
Q: Was he resistive in any way when you shackled him to the window bars?'
A: not really, he was just yelling.
Q: Did he have normal speech?
A: I really don't remember.
Q: Do you know the name of the Iraqi Doctor that appeared at the scene?
A: No.
Q: Did you hear the Iraqi Doctor make any statements about the death of the prisoner?
A: He didn't say anything; he just shrugged his shoulders as if saying, "well he is dead".
Q: What is the name of the Army Doctor thatameired at the scene?
A: He was a 1 LT with dhair,with dHe is the one that is always there.
Q: Did you hear the Army Doctor make any statements about the death of the prisoner?
A.dBasically ilial he was dead,.reilleuibei specifically.
Q: What are the names of the other Army personnel that were present on the tier during this incident?
A: SGT111111Pnay have been down there. Also, the others that I mentioned earlier in my statement. Other than that, I don't think anyone else was there.
Q: Describe the demeanor of the OGA personnel before and after the interrogation?
A: Before, they were normal as like every other day. They took their gear off and grab a cup of coffee. Then they just went into the room. Afterwards, before we found out he was dead; they were just normal like every other day when they are finished with interviews. After we found out he was dead, they were nervous; they didn't know what in the hell to do. The short fat . OGA guy said, "No ones ever died on me before when I interrogated them". • • d•
Q: Did the OGA personnel make any statements about what happened?
A: They said the guy just quit talking and slouched down. When I told them I was calling my NCOIC, the short OGA guy got on the phone and started calling somebody.
Q: Did you hear any noise coming from the shower room during the interrogation?
A: Not really. I was out on the tier working.
Q: How many times did you return to the shower room before the prisoner's body was removed?
A: I have no idea, but I went in every time medical personnel went in and out.
Q: Why did you go into the shower room on these occasions?
A: It was my tier and it is my responsibility to escort everyone unless an interview is going on.
Q: Why was ice placed on the prisoner's body?
A: It had already started smelling so we put ice on him. It happened at 0430-0500 hrs and we
didn't put idhim until midafternoon. OGA was there until about lunch and they just left.

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They were trying earlier to figure out what to do with the body. The detainee did not have an ISN, so he was not ours yet. Back then OGA was a ghost organization.
Q: Who placed the ice on his body?
A: CPTelffille
Q: Who made the decision to place the ice on the body?
A: That I don't know.
Q: Did you see any stains on the shower room floor from bodily fluids to include blood?
A: Not stains, the only blood I saw was from his mouth when we put him on the ground.
Q: Was the shower room floor cleaned?
A: I'm sure it was, but I don't know when.
Q: Who cleaned the floor?
A: I have no idea
Q: Do you know what happened to the sandbag that was on the prisoner's head?
A: I don't know. There are sandbag hoods everywhere down there.
Q: Describe the procedure when OGA brings prisoners into the prison for interrogation?
A: With them there is not a normal procedure. If they are already in the cell, I go get them using a hood and handcuffs. If they bring them in on a truck, they escort through processing to the tier. They don't process them at that time. He is just marked as OGA.
Q: How do you think the prisoner died?
A: Judging by the lump on the head, he got smacked on the head with something. TIM yousee e ee i e 's " Id• •
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A: No, he had the bag on when he came in.
Q: Was there any blood on the detainee prior to entering the room?
A: I really don't know. He was stripped and put into a jump suit in processing.
Q: Did you write a report regarding this incident?
A: No, it was handled by OGA.
Q: Do you have anything to add to this statement?
A: Yes, this incident happened about 5 1/2 months ago. I gave the best details I could, but I can't guarantee they are 100% accurate.
Q: Do you have anything to add to this statement?
A: No. ///END OF STATEMEN
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. AFFIDAVIT I,M11111111/1/1111111 HAVE RE .R HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON PAGE 1 AND ENDS ON PAGE.LY 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
ERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a person authorized by law to administer oaths, this 25 th day of March 2004 at
Special Agent 1111111111111111111 (Typed Name of Person Administering Oath)
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: About 0800, 17 Mar 04, this office received a request for
assistance from the 75th MP DSE CID, Mosul, Iraq to make a forensic copy of an Compaq Laptop
Computer and eight compact disks.
IMAGING OF LAPTOP HARD DISK, ITEM 1, DOCUMENT #0032-04: Between 2000--2300, 8 May 04, SAUre aced a forensic image of the hard disk, removed from a Compaq laptop computer, Serial #U seized as evidence and documented as item #1,voucher #0032-04. The hard disk was connected to a U.S. Government computer via a FastBloc hardware write protection device. The FastBloc was utilized to view the contents of the hard disk without editing any of the data contained within. The operating system loaded on the U.S. Government computer was Windows XP. The forensic software program EnCase version 4.16 was utilized to
image the hard disk.
IMAGING OF EIGHT COMPACT DISK, ITEM 2, DOCUMENT #0032: Between 0900-2100, 9
May 04, SAIIIIIIMPprepared a forensic copies of the data contained on the eight compact
disks, seized as evidence and documented as item #2,voucher #0032-04. The compact disks
were inserted in the DVD/CD-RW drive of an U.S. Government computer. The operating system —4ead-ed-sthLk-&-GevefprraeRtc-apapute--r-was-Wadows-XP-,-T-he_farartsic-softwa.re progr
a rn EnCase version 4.16 was utilized to copy the data of the compact disks.
Agent's Comment: All eight of the compact disks were rewrite able disks, while trying to make
forensic image copies of the disks, EnCase would lock up, while trying to copying the unallocated
clusters. Coordination with Guidance Software Technical Support Division revealed EnCase can
not image re-write able disks if the disk has not been completely closed out and if the software
utilized to make the disk is not the same burning software installed on the forensic computer.
Utilizing EnCase Preview screen copies of all files contained on the compact disks were copied
out to the forensic computer.
SUMMARY OF RELATED ACTIVITY: The Compaq laptop hard drive and the eight compact
disks were forensically copied and transferred to a Western Digital Hard Drive, which was
collected as evidence and forwarded to the Central Intelligence Agency, Washington DC.
During the course of your investigation, if any additional information is gathered in which
additional details are discovered then further analysis can be conducted if requested. ///LAST '-
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BASIS FOR INVESTIGATION: On 6 Jul 04, this office received a Request for Assistance (RFA) (0237-03-CID259-61219) from SA illigialM75th Military Police Detachment (-), Mosul IZ,, which requested this office prepared a cross-projection sketch of the East wall of the shower room in Tier 1 of the Baghdad Central Confinement Facility (BCCF) where Manadel AL-JAMADI (AJ) was shackled to before he died. SA
also requested this office attempt to locate and ID Dr d FI).
On 7 Jul 04, SA1Ngaprepared a Cross Projection Sketch of the East wall of the shower room in Tier 1
of the BCCF. (See Sketch)

AGENTS COMMENT: The Coalition Provisional Authority has remodeled the room.

On 8 Jul 04, SAiriapprepared a Cross Projection Sketch of the West Wall of the shower room in Tier 1
of the BCCF. (See Sketch).

At 1030, 8 Jul 04, SAW. and MrdTitan Corporation, Baghdad International Airport
(BIAP), Baghdad, Iraq, coordinated with Dr d Badge #d, Hospital Director,
BCCF. Drstated Drdvas still currently employed at the BCCF and could be contacted through
the 391st NII,Police (MP) Battalion BN Tactical Operation Center (TOC) at dMUM/
related Diallp adge numberdDr Willpstated he would have Dr dvailable whenever
it was requested.

STATUS: Your RFA has been completed in the attached enclosures. No further investigative activity was
anticipated by this office.
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bout 2300, 10 Mar 04, SAIIIIIIIPlocated the Final Autopsy Report of Mr. AL JAMADI while reviewing the case file. The Final Autopsy Report reported the manner of death as homicide. (See Final utopsy Report for details).
bout 1030, 16 Mar 04, SA alliPsubmitted a Crime Lab Examination Request to SFC 22" MP Battalion, Baghdad International Airport (BIAP), Iraq, for examination of the chlorine ottle and coveralls recovered from the death scene. (See Crime Lab Examination Request for details).
bout 1600, 18 Mar 04, SAIIIIIIMOnterviev iligiM872" ATPompany (Co.), Abu Ghraib Prison, Iraq. SPCIIIIMPrendffed a sworn statem ent describing hisobservations and actions on 4 Nov 03. (See Sworn Statement for details).
bout 1630, 18 Mar 04, condicted a partial interview of SPC . 372" Co., Abu Ghraib Prison, Iraq. SA 111111111.1bad to terminate the interview prior to obtaining SPC worn statement due to time constraints.
GENTS COMMENT: SA1111111.Plater obtained SPC .worn Statement in response ton A submitted by SA
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bout 2110, 7 Apr 04, SA illIMMinterviewed AM11111111111111111.111111111111111111. ST-7, San iego, CA. AM11111111111111.was advised of his legal rights, which he waived, and rendered a sworn statement describing his recollection of the operation on 4 Nov 03, to capture an Iraqi National. (See 'ghts Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement for details).
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FINAL AUTOPSY REPORT
Name: b)(6) Autopsy No.: ME 03-504
SSAN: N/A AFIP No. : 2903283
Date of Birth: Unk Rank: CIV, Iraqi National

Date Found: 04 NOV 2003 Place of Death:
Date of Autopsy: 09 NOV 2003 Place of Autopsy: Mortuary

b)(2)-2
-Date -of Report: 09-J-AN 2004-
Circumstances of Death: This Iraqi National male was captured-by ;b)(2)-2
and died while detained at 'b)(2)-2

Authorization for Autopsy: Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner, TAW 10 USC 1471
Identification: Visual Identification as per Investigating Agency
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CAUSE OF DEATH: Blunt Force Injuries Complicated by Compromised Respiration
• MANNER OF DEATH: Homicide
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FINAL AUTOPSY DIAGNOSES:
I. Blunt Forces Injuries:
A, Head:

i. Right periorbital contusion and Subjunctival hemorrhage
ii. Contusions of the right side of the face and nose
iii. Parietal subgaleal and temporalis muscle contusions iv.. Lower lip and buccal mucosa contusions

B. Torso: i.. Multiple cutaneous contusions and abrasions

ii. Anterior and posterior chest wall contusions


iii. Sternal contusion

--iv; Fractures- of-right -anterior-ribs-5344 and left-anterior-ribs­3-6
v. Left lung contusion
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C. Extremities:
i. Multiple cutaneous abrasions and contusions
IL Ligature marks of the wrists and ankles
HI. Remote Gunshot Wound of Torso (projectilerenioved from spleen)

IV.
No significant natural diseases identified, within limitations of examination

V.
Toxicology: negative

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. EXTERNAL EXAMINATION
The body is that of a well-develOped, well-nourished 5ft 10-inch tall, 165-pound (estimated) Caucasian male. Lividity is fixed. on the posterior aspect of the body. Rigor is present and symmetric on all extremities. The temperature is cold, that of the refrigeration unit.
The scalp is covered with brown hair with temporal graying and frontal. balding. Facial hair consists of a close triMmed brown and grey beard and mustache.. The irides are brown'and the pupils are round and equal in diameter. Petechial hemorrhages of the sclera are not present: The external auditory canals are free of secretions and blood. The ears are unremarkable. The nares are patent. Injuries to the face will be described below in the "evidence of injury section". The nose and maxillae are palpably stable. The Yeah are natural. Petechiae of the titfdCal mucosa are riot present.'
The neck is straight, and the trachea is midline and mobile. The . ehest is symmetric. The abdomen is flat. There is a well-healed 2 x 1/4-inch oblique scar on the left lower quadrant of the abdomen. There is a jagged irregular well-healed 6 x 2-inch horizontal scar extending from the lower left.quadrant of the abdomen across the anterior lateral aspect of the left thigh. The genitalia are those of a normal adult male. The testes are descended and free of masses. Pubic hair is present in a normal distribution. Ano-genital trauma is not present and the bUttocks and anus are otherwise unremarkable
On the posterior torso there is a well-healed vertical 3 x 1/4-inch scar in the midline Over the thoracic spine. There is a 3 x 2-inch vertical scar in the midline of the lumbar spine.' A well-healed 3-x 1/4-inch irregularly shaped scar is on the left lower back. A vertical 1/4 x
scar is on the upper aspect of the.right buttock. A 1 x 1/4-inch vertical scar is present on the left buttock. There is an oblique 3 x1/4-inch scar on the lower aspect of the left buttock. Injuries to the torso will be described below in the "evidence of injuries" section. •
The upper and lower extremities are symmetric without clubbing or edema: Injuries to the palms of the hands and. soles of the feet are not noted. There is a vertical 6 x1/4-inch scar on the Medial aspect of the distal left thigh, which extends to the upper leg leg. On the
.ddrsum of the right foot is a lx 1/2:.inch scar. On the dorsal aspett of the left foot is a. lx Y-inch scar. Injuries to the extremities will be described below in the "evidence of .• injury section".
CLOTHING AND PERSONAL EFFECTS
The deceased in unclad and personal effects are not present with body at the time of
autopsy,
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RADIOGRAPHS
Postmortem radiographs are obtained and support the clinical diagnoses.
EVIDENCE OF INJURY
I. BLUNT FORCE INJURIES:
A. Head and. Neck: . Externally, a circuMferential periorbital contusion surrounds the right eye with associated subconjunctival hemorrhage of the eyeball. A 11/4 x 3/4-inch contusion is on the right side of the face, lateral to right eye. There , is a 3/4 x 1/4-inch contusion on the left side of the nose, immediately adjacent to the left medial canthus. A'/ x 1/4-inch round contusion is on the right lower lip. There is a 1 x %Z-inch contusion on the buccal mucosa of the lower lip. Reflection of the scalp reveals bilateral subgaleal hemorrhages of the parietal scalp with contusions of the right and left temporalis muscles. Injury to the skull is not identified. The brain and spinal cord are without injury. Incision and layerwise dissection of the anterior and posterior nenic demonstrates no injury of_the anterior-nie;Gk. and deep paracervical muscular tissues and no cervical spine fractures.
B.Torso:
On the upper lateral aspect of the left side of the chest is a 5 x 2-inch contusion. On the

-upper quadrant of the left side of the abdomen is an oblique 5 x 1-inch contusion. Just inferior to this contusion is an. oval 3 x 2-inch contusion. On the posterior lateral aspect of the left buttock is a 3 x 1-inch linear contusion On the mid aspect of the left buttock is an oval 3 x 2-inch contusion.
Internally, there are contusions of the muscles of the upper right and left chest walls. POsteriorly, there are muscle contusions of the right upper baCk. There are fractures of
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left anterior ribs three through six and right anterior ribs five and six. There are" contusions over the mid aspect of the sternum. The left lUng is involved by a 5 x 3 -cin contusion of the anterior aspect of the upper lobe of the left lung.
• C.Extremities: On the posterior aspect of the right forearm is a linear 6 x 2-inch contusion with a 3 x 1/4-inch abrasion in its center. On the dorsum of the right hand is a 3 x 24nch contusion and smaller contusions overlay the dorsal aspect of the second and third right digits. On the anterior aspect of the left upper arm is a 3A x'/4-inch contusion. This contusion is Continuous with the previously described injury on the lateral aspect of the upper left chest. There is a 2 x 1-inch contusion on the medial aspect of the left elboW. On the posterior aspect:of the left elbOw is a 2 x 2-inch contusion. There are contusions
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• overlying the dorsum of the , left hand centered over the fourth and fifth metacarpal joints: On the anterior aspect of the right thigh are three linear horizontal contusions. The most proximal contusion measures 3 x 1/2-inches. Iimmediately inferior to this is a 2 1/2 x. %z­inch contusion and the most inferior contusion, located at the mid anterior thigh, measures 4 x 1/2-inches. A vertical 6 x 3-inch contusion is located on the anterior-lateral
• aspect of the mid right thigh. A 4 x 3-inch contused-abrasion overlies the anterior aspect of the right knee. On the anterior mid left thigh is a 1 1/2 x 1-inch contusion. The left knee is covered by a 3 x 1-inch vertical contused-abrasion. On the anterior aspect of the left leg is a 7 x 2 'A-inch irregularly shaped contusion. On the posterior aspect of the distal left thigh, in the midline, is a 2 x 2-irich oval contusion. On the dorsal aspect of the left foot are 1/2-inch oval contusions overlying the second, third, fourth, and fifth metacarp elphalangeal joints.
• -II. LIGATURE INJURIES: --
The wrists and ankles shoW evidence of binding ligature injuries. On the anterior aspect of the right wrist is a 2 x 1/4-inch linear horizontal contusion and on the baCk of the right wrist is 2 x1/4-inch linear horizontal contusion. cut sections into these wounds shoW hemorrhage into the superficial subcutaneous tissue. On the front of the left wrist oil the lateral aspect is a 1 x'/-inch contusion, extending to the left thumb. On the back of the left wrist is a 2 1/4 x 1/2-inch contusion, which extends across the diameter of the wrist. Cut sections into these wrist wounds show hemorrhage into the superficial aspects of the
dsubczatmeous-tizsug—On-the-lateral-aspect ea lsis-a-3-x--3-inch contused-abrasion and on the posterior-lateral aspect of the right ankle is a 2 x.1-inch contused-abrasion. On the anterior aspect of the left ankle is .3 1/2 x 17inch linear contusion extending from the lateral to mid aspect of the left ankle. Incision into these ankle wounds show hemorrhage into the superficial subcutaneous tissue.
III. REMOTE GUNSHOT WOUND OF THE TORSO:
Dissection of the spleen reveals a minimally deformed medium caliber jacketed projectile within the•splenic parenchyma. The projectile is surrounded by dense fibrous tissue.
INTERNAL EXAMINATION
HEAD: Injuries to the subgaleal soft tissues of the scalp have been described. The remainder of the galeal and subgaleal soft tissues are free of injury. The calvarium is intact, as is the dura mater beneath it. Clear cerebrbspinal fluid surrounds the 1 .400 gyri brain, which has unremarkable gyri and sulci. Coronal sections demonstrate sharp demarcation betWeen white and grey matter, without hemorrhage or contusive injury. The ventricles are Of normal size. The basal ganglia, brainstem, cerebellum, and arterial systemS'are free of
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injury or other abnormalities. There are no skull fractures. The atlanto-occipital joint is
stable.

NECK:
The anterior strap muscles of the neck are homogenous and red-brown, without..
hemorrhage. The thyroid cartilage and hyoid are intact. The larynx is lined by intact
white mucosa. The thyroid is symmetric and red-brown, without cystic or nodular
change. The tongue is free of bite marks, hemorrhage, or other injuries.

BODY CAVITIES:
Injuries to the chest have been described. The vertebral bodies are visibly and palpably
intact. No excess fluid is in the pleural, pericardial, or peritoneal cavities. The organs
occupy their usual anatomic positions.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM:
Injury to the left lung has been described. The right and left lungs weigh 650 and 485
gms, respectively. The Uninjured external surfaces are smooth and deep red-purple. The
pulmonary parenchyina is diffiisely congested and edematous. No mass lesions Or areas
of consolidation are present.

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM:
The 425 gm heart is contained in an intact pericardial sac. The epicardial surface is

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distribution, with a right-dominant pattern. Cross sections of the vessels show no significant atherosclerosis. There is 30% stenosis of the proximal left anterior descending coronary artery. Otherwise, the remaining coronary arteries are widely patent. The myocardium is homogenous, red-brown, and firm. The valve leaflets are thin and. Mobile. The walls of the left and right ventricles are 1.4 and 0.4-cm thick, respectively. The endocardium is smooth and glistening. The aorta gives rise to three intact and patent
• arch vessels,. The renal and mesenteric vessels are -unremarkable.
LIVER & BILIARY SYSTEM: The 1500 gm liver has an intact, smooth capsule and a. sharp anterior border. The parenchyma is tan-brown and congested, with the usual lobular architecture. No mass
• lesions or other abnormalities are seen. The gallbladder contains 10 cc of green-black
bile and no stones. The mucosal surface is green and velvety. The extrahepatic biliary
tree is patent.

SPLEEN:
Recovery of a remote projectile has been discussed. The 130 gm spleen has a smooth,
intact, red-purpleeapsule. The parenchyma is maroon and congested, with distinct
Malpighian corpuscles.

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PANCREAS:
The pancreas is firm and yellow-tan, with the usual lobular architecture, No mass lesions
or other abnormalities are seen..

ADRENALS:
The right and left adrenal glands are symmetric, with yellow cortices and grey medullae.
No masses or areas of hemorrhage are identified.

GENITOURINARY SYSTEM:
The right and left kidneys weigh 115 and 120 gins, respectively. The external surfaces
are intact and smooth. The cut•surfaces are red-tan and congested, with uniformly thick
cortices and sharp corticomedullary junctions. The pelves are unremarkable and the
ureters are normal in course and caliber. White bladder mucosa overlies an intact bladder
wall. The bladder contains -approximately-300 cc of yellow urine. The prostate is norrrial ---
in size; with lobular; yellow-tan parenchyma. The seminal vesicles are unremarkable.
The testes are free of mass lesions, contusions, or other abnormalities.

IdGASTROINTESTINAL TRACT: The esophagus is intact and lined by smooth, grey-white mucosa. The stomach contains approximately 200 cc of dark brown partially digested food. The gastric wall is intact.
•The duodenum; loop§ of small bowel, and colon are unremarkable. The appendix is present.d•
ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES
. Documentary photographs are taken by Sgt. ;1:1)(6)dOAFME

Attending the autopsy is Special Ageni b)(6) dArmy CID. Specimens retained for toxicologic testing and/or DNA identification are: vitreous, blood, urine, spleen, liver, lung, brain, bile, gastric, and psoas muscle


The dissected organs are forwarded with body

MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION
Selected portions of organs are retained in formalin, without preparation of histologic slides.
TOXICOLOGY
AFT Accession # 035228, dated 24 Nov 2003
Volatiles: Blood-negative for ethanol.
Cyanide: Blood- negative
Drugs of abuse: Blood-negative

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an Iraqi National, died while detained at the where he was held for interro rations by government agencies. According to an investigative report, b)(6)Uwas captured b)d:b)(2)-2 and resisted apprehension. Extern• injuries are consistent with injuries sustained during apprehension. Ligature injuries are present on the wrists and ankles. Fractures of the ribs and a contusion of the left lung imply significant blunt force injuries of the thorax and likely resulted in impaired respiration. According to investigating agents, interviews taken froril individuals present at.the prison during the interrogation indicate that a hood made of synthetic material was placed over the head and neck of the detainee. This likely resulted in further compromise of effective respiration. :b)(6)dwas not under the influence of drugs of abuse or ethanol at the time of death. The cause of death is blunt force injuries of the torso complicated by compromised respiration. The Manner of death is homicide.
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REFERRAL NUMBER
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command.
TO: (Include Zip Code) COMMANDER U.S. Army CriminalInvestigation Laboratory4553 N 2d St Forest Park, GAd30050-5122 FROM: (Include Zip Code) Special Agent—in—Charge75th MP Det (CID)(—)22nd Military Police Bn(USACIDC)ATTN:dEvidence Custodian RECEIVED REGIS MAIL RY EXP RETURNED REGIS MAIL RY EXP
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1111111111111Pus.army.mil EVIDENCE RECEIPT
RECEIVED INITIATED
1. CONTRIBUTOR CASE NUMBER 2.INVESTIGATORS NAME 3. AUTOVON AND PHONE NUMBER
0237-03—C1D259-61219 SA DVNTd(302) 530-4227
4. SUSPECT(S) (Last, first and middle name(s))
Unknown
5. VICTIM(S) (Last, first and middle name(s))
AL—JAMAIDI, MANADEL
6. TYPE OF OFFENSE 7. ONE COPY OF EVIDENCE RECEIPT 8. OTHER EVIDENCE PREVIOUSLY
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9. IF "YES° IN ITEM 8, LIST OTHER SUSPECT(S), DATE SUBMITTED, UNIT CASE AND LABORATORY REFERRAL NUMBER(S)
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a. EXHIBIT b. DESCRIPTION OF EXHIBIT
1 Jumpsuit (1 each)d(Item #1, V/O 541-03) 2 Bottle (1 each) d(Item #6, V/O 541-03)
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11. EXAMINATION(S) REQUESTED (Briefly furnish any information or instructions that might assist the laboratory in examining evaluating or returning evidence
and/or report.)
SYNOPSIS:dSee attached 2d Status Report for details.
SEROLOGY DIVISION:dRequest your division examine Exhibit 1 and 2 and determine if any fluids are present.

Determine the blood type of any blood found and develop a DNA profile of any fluids if possible. Request that

results of the analysis be retained for future comparison.
LATENT PRINT DIVISION:dExamine Exhibit 2, for latent prints. dIf latent prints are present, request dthey be

held for future comparison

Conduct any other examinations you deem appropriate.


Evidence above has not been examined by another expert in the same scientific field.
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372 MP CO., ABU GRRASE PRISON

want to make the following statement under oath:

on 4 NOV 03, I was assigned as the runner of tier 1B of the "hardsite" at
Abu Ghraib Prison. My shift on thiS date was from 0400 hrs to 1600 hrs.
My duties as the runner are to perform miscellaneous tasks' such -as
getting chow fOr the other MPs, relieving others for breaks etc. At
approximately 0430-0500 hrs, a person from OGA came to the office located
near the intake point of tier 4B and advised me that they had a prisoner.
I unlocked the door to the intake point and two OGA personnel, an
interrogator, and a translator, walked the prisoner into tier 4B. They
placed the prisoner in a holding cell. I had,seen the translator on two
to three prior occasions at the prison but I had never before seen the
interrogator. The prisoner had a green plastic sandbag over his head and
was wearing only a purple jacket and purple T-shirt. The prisoner was not
wearing any pants, underwear, shoes, or socks. Hi8 hands were secured
behind his back with flex cuffs. The fleX cuffs were very tight on his

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appear to be in distteSs. He' was walking fine . and his speech was notmal
SSG.. and SGTIIIIIPwere in and out of the area when the prisoner was
brought in. Within minutes of placing the prisoner in the holding cell,
the translator and interrogator began to yell at him, They were yelling
at the prisoner trying to find where some weapons were. The prisoner was
responding to the yelled questions in Arabic but I could not understand
what he was saying. .The door to the holding cell was open and SSG
and myself were standing outside while this was going on. I could see the
prisoner in the corner of the cell in a seated position like a scared
child with the translator and interrogator leaning over him, yelling at
him. They yelled at the prisoner for 5-10 minutes and then they asked SSG

Ililikand myself to remove the fleX cuffs. We removed the flex cuffs and
the two OGA personnel removed the prisoner's jacket and shirt. They again
began to yell at the prisoner about the weapons at which point SSG..
and myself backed out of the cella The OGA personnel then advised SSG

1111pand myself to" take the prisoner to tier one." Upon this request we
placed the prisoner in an orange jumpsuit, handcuffed his hands behind
his back and shackled his feet We used steel.handcuffs and shackles to
Secure the prisoner-. At this time I did not see any injuries on the
prisoner.

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INITIALS OF THE PERSON MAKING THE STATEMENT AND BE INITIALED AS "PAGE OF
PAGES." WHEN ADDITIONAL. PAGES ARE UTILIZED, THE BACK OF PAGE 1 WILL BE LINED OUT, AND THE STATEMENT WILL BE
CONCLUDED ON THE REVERSE OF ANOTHER COPY OF THIS FORM.

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011ithere was no bruising, swelling or blood. If we had seen any injuries on the prisoner at this time we would have called for a medic. It is common procedure to clothe, handcuff, and shackle a prisoner when brought in by OGA. After this, SSG11111110and I walked the prisoner to the shower room on tier 1B. The prisoner offered no resistance while we escorted him. The OGA personnel followed behind us. The interrogator told us that he did not want the prisoner to sit down and wanted him shackled to the wall. I got some leg irons and shackled the prisoner to the wall by attaching one end of the leg irons to the bars on the window and the other end to the prisoner's handcuffs. In this position the prisoner could stand without any discomfort. It is possible that SPC 11111.111Vas also present in the shower room when we secured the prisoner but I am not certain. Once he was shackled to the wall, SSIIIIIIIpnd I left the room and the OGA personnel started their interrogation. I left the area and returned to the MP office. At this point it had been approximately 30 minutes since the OGA personnel had arrived at the facility. I left the prisoner with the interrogators prior to 0530 hrs. At about 0700 hrs, SGT came to the office and stated the prisoner had died. SSGIWarkas present when SGT
ade this announcement. SSGIlliptold me to go to the tier and find out if the prisoner was really dead. Upon my arrival at the tier, I looked through the open door to the shower room and saw the prisoner was no longer shackled to the wall. From my position outside the shower room, I could only see the prisoner's head and shoulders. The
risoner was la ins face us on the floor and I could see he had facial in'uries consisting of a swollen and bruised eye and also bruising at various locations on his face. I don't recall seeing blood on his face. It was apparent to me thafthe prisoner was dead. I called SSGdin the radio and told him the prisoner was dead. SSG.asked me what they were going to do with the body. I tried to find out what the OGA was going to do with the body from the interrogator and interpreter. Shortly after this, 4-5 more OGA personnel appeared at the scene. There was confusion about what to do with the body of the prisoner. so SSGdresponded to my location. He then directed me to return to the office and answer the telephone. Ssorimeventually returned to the office, telephoned battalion personnel and tried to determine who was going to take the body. Later in the day, someone, I don't know who, made the decision to place the prisoner in a bodybag. I had also heard over the radio that an MP was requesting ice to put on the body because he was starting to smell. I then went to various locations looking for ice. Before I found any ice someone else had found some and placed it on the body to stop it from smelling. Later in the day, at an unknown time, I was on tier 1B near the shower room. I saw the curtain over the shower room window was partially pulled away. I looked through the opening in the curtain and saw what appeared to be the prisoner in the
body bag.
Q: Are you familiar with Dr.11111111111101111,
A: No
Q: Do Iraqi medical personnel examine prisoners?
A: Yes, but not those brought in by OGA or MI. The policy is that prisoners brought in by OGA or MI are only examined by US medical personnel.
Q: Is it possible an Iraqi doctor appeared at the scene and you did not see him?
A: Yes.
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STATEMENT OF CONTINUED: I

Q: Did you, or any one you know of, prepare a repOrt regarding this a
incident?

A: No

Q: Do you know what happened to the sandbag that was placed over the
prisoner's head?

A: NO

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Q: Do you have anything else to add to this statement?.
End of statement///////////////////////////////////

A: No..

AFFIDAVIT

I, HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT
WHICHnICH ON PAGE ,), .

11111111/1111111MOV . I FULLY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE

BEGINS ON PAGE 1.....,.
THE STATEMENT IS TRUE..I HAVE INITIALED ALL CORRECTIONS

ENTIRE STATEMENT MADE BY ME..
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 OR PUNISHMENT, AND
WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.

STATEMENT)

WITNESS /1

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME, A PERSON BY LAW

ne
_ 18th DAY OF Mar, AT Abu Ghraib Prison, IRAQ
TO ADMINISTER OATHS, THIS.19_

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Article 136 UCMJ

ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS

(Authority to Administer Oath).

INITIALS OF PERS.EMENT
PAGES 3 3.

OF.
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DA FORM 2823 (AUTOMAT.e),":7,47/e/i_ 4/J1g ev.,&
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RIGHTS VJARNING PROCEDURE/WAIVER CERTIFICATE
For use of this form, see AR 190-30; the proponent agency is ODCSOPS
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
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 additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary. ism

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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 e..e/A-mAiAtz..„ and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which .I am suspected/accused: /"-feee A t-=,-2
fore he/she asked me any questions about the o nse(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights: I do not have to answer any questions or say anything. Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial. (For personnel subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me, or both.
- Or -
(For civilians not subject to the UCMJI I have the right to talk Privately to a lawyer before during and after nuestioning 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.
If I am now willing to discuss, the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak
privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below:
. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B. Waiver
I understand 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 lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES (If available) 3. SI
la. NAME (Type or Print)
. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE 4. NATURE OF INV
2a. NAME (Type or Print) . TYPED NAME OF INVESTIGATOR
. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE 6. ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
Section C. Non-waiver
I do not want to give up my rights:
. I want a lawyer. . I do not want to be questioned or say anything.
. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (DA FORM 2823) SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECT/ACCUSED.
DA FORM 3881, NOV 89. EDITION OF NOV 84 IS OBSOLETE
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PART II - RIGHTS WARNING PROCEDURE
THE WARNING
.1. WARNING - Inform the suspect/accused oh
a.
Your official position.

b.
. Nature of offense(s).

c.
The fact that he/she is a suspect/accused.

2..RIGHTS - Advise the suspect/accused of his/her rights as follows: "Before I ask you any questions, you must understand your rights."
a.
"You do not have to answer my questions or say anything."

b.
"Anything you say or do can be used as evidence against you in a

criminal trial."
c. (For personnel subject to the UCMJ) "You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a laWyer present with you during questioning. This lawyer
"Do you understand your rights?"
(If the suspect/accused says "no," determine what is not understood, and if
necessary repeat the appropriate rights advisement. If the suspect/accused
says 'yes," ask the following question.)

"Have• you ever requested a lawyer after being read your rights?"
(If the suspect/accused says "yes," find out when and where. If the request
was recent (i.e., fewer than 30 days ago), obtain legal advice on whether to
continue the interrogation. If the suspect/accused says "no," or if the prior

can be a civilian you arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for you at no expense to you, or both."
- of (For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer preaent with you during questioning. This lawyer can be one you arrange for at your own expense, or if you cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for you before any questioning begins."
d. "If you are now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, you have a right/to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if you sign a waiver certificate."
Make certain the suspect/accused fully understands his/her rights.
request was not recent, ask him/her the following question.)
other side of this ,form.)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
THE WAIVER
"Do you want a lawyer at this time?"
(If the suspect/accused says "yes." stop the questioning until he/she has a
lawyer. If the suspect/accused says "no," ask him/her the -following question.)
"At this time, are you willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and
make a statement without talking to a lawyer and without having a lawyer
present with you?" (If the suspect/accused says "no," stop the interview and
have him/her read and sign the non-waiver section of the waiver certificate
on the other side of this form. If the suspect/accused says "yes," have
him/her read, and sign the waiver section of the waiver certificate on the
WHEN SUSPECT/ACCUSED, REFUSES . TO SIGN. WAIVER CERTIFICATE If the suspect/accused orally waives his/her rights but refuses to sign the waiver certificate, you may proceed with the questioning. Make notations on the waiver certificate to the effect that he/she has stated that he/she understands his/her rights, does not want a lawyer, wants to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, and refuses to sign the waiver certificate.
IF WAIVER CERTIFICATE CANNOT BE COMPLETED IMMEDIATELY: In all cases thav;raiver certificate must besompleted as soon as possible. Every effort should be made to complete the waiver certificate before any questioning begins: If the waiver certificate cannot be completed at once, as in the case of street interrogation, completion may be temporarily postponed. Notes should be kept on the circumstances.
PRIOR INCRIMINATING STATEMENTS:
1. If the suspect/accused has made spontaneous incriminating statements before being properly advised of his/her rights he/she should be told that such statements do not obligate him/her to answer further questions.
COMMENTS (Continued)
2..If the suspect/accused was questioned as such either without being , advised of his/her rights or some question exists as to the propriety of the first statement, the accused must be so advised. The office of the serving Staff JUdge Advocate should be contacted for assistance in drafting the proper rights advise!.
NOTE:.If 1 or 2 applies, the fact that the suspect/accused was advised
accordingly should be noted in the comment settion on the waiver
certificate and initialed by the suspect/accUsed.
WHEN SUSPECT/ACCUSED DISPLAYS INDECISION ON EXERCISING HIS OR HER RIGHTS DURING THE INTERROGATION PROCESS: If during the interrogation, the suspect displays indecision about requesting counsel (for example, "Maybe I should get a lawyer."), further questioning must cease -immediately. At that point, you may question the suspect/accused only concerning whether he or she desires to waive counsel. The questioning may
not be utilized to discourage a suspect/accused from exercising his/her rights.
(For example, do not make such comments as "If you didn't do anything wrong,
you shouldn't need an attorney.") •
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SWORN STATEMENT

For use of this form, see AR 190-45: The proponent agency of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel.
LOCATION DATE XI T IMM.. FILE NUMBER
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LSA Diamondback, Mosul, Iraq

LAST NAME,FIRSTNAMEiMI SOCIAL SECUR GRADE/STATUS

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ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS

Seal Team 7, San Diego, CA

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John A. CUNNING want to make the following statement under oath:

. ,
11/On 4 NOV 03, sometime during the early morning hOurs,' I was involved in a
mission to capture an Iraqi National in Baghdad,

Iraq. I:do not remember
the name of the Iraqi or the specific location where we went to find him.
I was assigned to the breacher team and our..misSion_ was to breach the
front door of the residence. ABH1 1111111111. AM1 , IT2 MM. and
one other Seal; whose name I don't remember, were also assigned to the
breacher team. The primary breacher team and entry team consisted of 15-
20 Seals. Due to bad intelligence, we initially went into the wrong
apartment looking for the Iraqi. When we determined we were in the wrong
apartment we moved to the correct apartment and I ended up being the
number two man in the stack, ABH1 INMIgnewas the number one man in the
stack. ABH1 was placing the breaching charge on the door when it.
began to open. ABH1 dropped the charge and tackled the person
who was opening the door. I ran past the two of them to clear the

Iraqi down the stairs. The Iraqi had a hood over his head and was flex

cuffed with his hands behind his back. After the Iraqi's capture we

quickly moved to our vehicles which were parked 100-150 yardS away. I

never saw. the Iraqi again. I did not see ABH1,11ManinvolVed in -a

physical confrontation with the Iraqi.

Q.:

GM1
A:' SA

Q: Did you see anyone physically abUse the Iraqi prisoner?

No.

A:

Q: Did ABH1 Vallaritell you that he was involved in a fight with the

i

Iraqi?

A:

No.

Q: Do you recall what the Iraqi was wearing when you saw him on the
stairs?

No.

A:

Q: Did you murder the Iraqi prisoner?

No.

A: .

Q: Do you have anything you would like to add to this statement?

A: NO.///End of Statement//11,411,

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AFFIDAVIT
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, HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON 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, WITHOUT THREAT OF PUNISHMENT, AND WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEME
ign. ment)
WITNESSES:.
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ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS.

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RIGHTS-WARNING PROCEDURE/WAIVER CERTIFICATE
For use of this form, see AR 190-30; the proponent agency is ODCSOPS
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
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 additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
DISCLOSURE:.Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary.

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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 e,e4.7 /A..) OA) ,Zli,/fl a A—) . and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am suspected/accused: ./1 11/?,6 .6.1Z .
e/She asked me any questions abou.e s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
not have to answer any questions or say nything.
hing I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.

r personnel subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me uring questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me, or both.
- Or -
(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me a y o n expense, ori canno a or. a awyer an want one, a awyer will be inted:for me before any questioning begins.
am noW willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak
vately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver belbvi.
. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B. Waiver
I understand 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 lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES (If available)
a.' NAME (Type or Print)
. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE
2a. NAME (Type or Print) TYPED NAME OF INVESTIGATOR
. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE i. ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
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Section C. Non-waiver
..I do not want to give up my rights:
. I want a lawyer.. . I do not want to be questioned or say anything.
. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (DA FORM 2823) SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECT/ACCUSED.
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PART II -RIGHTS WARNING PROCEDURE
THE WARNING

1..WARNING - Inform, the suspect/accused of:
a. Your official position..f.
b. NatUre of offense(s).
c. The fact that he/she is a suspect/accused.

2.
.RIGHTS - Advise the suspect/accused of his/her rights as follows: "Before I ask you any questions, you must understand your rights."

a.
"You do not have to answer my questions or say anything."

b.
"Anything you say or do can be used as evidence against you in a

criminal trial."
c. (For personnel subject to the UCMJ) "You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with you during questioning: This lawyer
"Do you understand your rights?" (If the suspect/accused says "no," determine what is not understood, and if necessary repeat the aPpropriate rights advisement. If the suspect/accused says "yes," ask ) the following question.) •
"Have you ever requested a lawyer after being read your rights?" (If the suspect/accused says "yes," find out when and where. If the request was recent (i.e., fewer than 30 days ago), obtain legal advice on whether to continue the interrogation. If the suspect/accused says "no," or if the prior can be a civilian you arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for you at no expense to you, or both." .'
- or -(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with you during questioning. This lawyer can be one you arrange for at your own expense, or if you cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for you before any questioning begins."
d. "If you are now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, you have a right : to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a la'wyer before answering further, even if you sign a waiver certificate."
Make certain the suspect/accused fully understands his/her rights.
THE WAIVER
"DO you want a lawyer at this time?'
(If the suspect/accuseFI says "yes," stop the questioning until he/she has a
lawyer. If the suspeci/accused says "no," ask him/her the -following question.)

"At this time, are you willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and

make a statement without talking to a lawyer and without having a lawyer

present with you?" (If the suspectlaccused says "no," stop the interview and
have him/her read and sign the non-waiver section of the waiver certificate
on the other side of this form. If the suspect/accused says "yes," have
request was not recent, ask him/her the following question.) him/her read and sign the waiver section of the waiver certificate on the other side of this form.)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
WHEN SUSPECT/ACCUSED REFUSES TO SIGN WAIVER CERTIFICATE: If
the suspect/accused orally waives his/her rights but refuses to sign the waiver certificate, you may proceed with the questioning. Make notations on the waiver certificate to the effect that he/she has stated that he/she understands his/her rights, does not want a lawyer, wants to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, and refuses to sign the waiver certificate.
IF WAIVER CERTIFICATE CANNOT BE COMPLETED IMMEDIATELY: In all cases the waiver certificate must be completed as soon as possible. Every effortshould be made to complete the waiver certificate before any questioning begins. If the waiver certificate cannot be completed at once, as in the case of street interrodation, completion may be temporarily postponed. Notes should be kept on the circumstances.
PRIOR INCRIMINATING STATEMENTS:
1. If the suspect/accused has made spontaneous incriminating statements before being properly advised of his/her rights he/she should
—be told that such statements do not obligate him/her to answer further questions.
COMMENTS (Continued)
If the suspect/accused was ouestioned as such either without beinct
advised of his/her rights or some question exists as to the propriety of the first statement, the accused must be so advised. The office of the serving Staff Judge Advocate should be contacted for assistance in drafting the proper rights advisal.
NOTE:.If 1 or 2 applies, the fact that the suspect/accused was advised accordingly should be noted in the comment section on the waiver certificate and initialed by the suspectJaccused.
WHEN SUSPECT/ACCUSED DISPLAYS INDECISION ON EXERCISING HIS OR HER RIGHTS DURING THE INTERROGATION PROCESS: If during the interrogation, the suspect displays indecision about requesting counsel (for example, "Maybe I should get a lawyer."), further questioning must cease immediately. At that point, yciu may question the suspect/accused only concerning whether he or she desires to waive counsel. The questioning may not be utilized to discourage a suspect/accused from exercising his/her rights. (For example, do not make such comments as "If you didn't do anything wrong, you shouldn't need an attorney.")
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AFFIDAVIT
, HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS 0 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 THESTATEMENT. I HAVE MADE THIS .
STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REWARD, WITHOUT THREAT OF PUNISH ENT,AND WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEME
WITNESSES:
and sworn to before me, a personauth razed by lawto administer oaths, this 7 dzy of APRA— , 2 , of LJ ..4)/ 4/1a 406 .MCA', /4141'#41
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
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For use of this form, see AR 190-45; the proponent agency is 00OSOPS.i '
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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 ISSN!. PRINCIPAL PURP OSE:.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 additionaUaltemate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.
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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 .eziyif Pt/4Z./A1 lief-776.47,04-)
•. and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am
suspected/accused: .A141/Zii E/e 11111
Before he/she asked me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:

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I do not have to answer any questions or say anything.
2...Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.-

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

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

-.-----013V'r tefeeirefarae-bef a.e-any--qiestiefling+...agif-I4..If I am now willing to discuss the -offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak
privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below..
5...COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B..Waiver
I understand 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 lawyer present with me.

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1. I do not want to give up my rights:
..I want a lawyer.. ..I do not want to be questioned or say anything.
2. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STATEMENT (DA FORM 2823) SUBSEQUENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECT/ACCUSED.
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THE WARNING
1..WARNING - Inform the suspect/accused of:
a. Your official position.
b. Nature of offense(s).
c. The fact that he/she is a suspect/accused.

2.
.RIGHTS - Advise the suspect/accused of his/her rights as follows: "Before I ask you any questions, you must understand your rights."

a.
"You do not have to answer my questions or say anything."

b.
"Anything you say or do can be used as evidence against you in a

criminal trial."
c. (For personnel subject to the UCMJ) "You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with you during questioning. This lawyer
"Do you understand your rights'?"
(If the suspect/accused says "no," determine what is not understood, and if
necessary repeat the approp'riate rights advisement. If the suspect/accused
says "yes," ask the following question.)

"Have you ever requested a lawyer after being read your rights?"
(If the suspect/accused says "yes," find out when and where. If the request
was recent (i.e., fewer than 30 days ago), obtain legal advice on whether to
continue the interrogation. If the suspect/accused says "no," or if the prior
request was not recent, ask him/her the following question.)

can be a civilian you arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for you at no expense to you, or both."
(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning end to have a lawyer present with you during questioning. This lawyer can be one you arrange for at your own expense, or if You cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for you before any questioning begins."..
d. "If you are now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, you have a rightlto stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if you sign a waiver certificate."
Make certain the suspect/accused fully understands his/her rights.
THE WAIVER
"Do you want a lawyer at this time?"
(If the suspect/accused says "yes," stop the questioning until he/she has a
lawyer. If the suspect/accused says "no," ask him/her the following,question.)
"At this time, .are you willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and
make a statement without talking to a lawyer and without having a lawyer
present with you?" (If the suspect/accused says "no," stop the interview and
have him/her read and sign the non-waiver section of the waiver certificate
on the other side of this form. If the suspect/accused says "yes," have
him/her read .and sign the waiver section of the waiver certificate on the
other side of this form.)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
WHEN SUSPECT/ACCUSED REFUSES TO SIGN WAIVER CERTIFICATE: If the suspect/accused orally waives his/her rights but refuses to sign the waiver certificate, you may proceed with the questioning. Make notations on the waiver certificate to the effect that he/she has stated that he/she understands his/her rights, does not want a lawyer, wants to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, and refuses to sign the waiver certificate.
IF WAIVER CERTIFICATE CANNOT BE COMPLETED IMMEDIATELY: In all cases the waiver certificate must be completed as soon as possible. Every effort should be made to complete the waiver certificate before any questioning begins. If the waiver certificate cannot be completed at once, as in the case of street interrogation, completion may be temporarily postponed. Notes should be Icept on the circumstances.
PRIOR INCRIMINATING STATEMENTS:
1. If the suspect/accused has made spontaneous incriminating statements before being properly advised of his/her rights he/she should
• be told,that such statements do not obligate him/her to answer further questions.
COMMENTS (Continued)
2..If the suspect/accused was questioned as such either without being advised of his/her rights or some question exists as to the propriety of the first statement, the accused must be so advised. The office of the serving Staff Judge Advocate should be-contacted for assistance in drafting , the proper rights advisal.
NOTE:.If 1 or 2 applies, the fact that the suspect/accused was advised
accordingly should be noted in the comment section on the waiver
certificate and initialed by the suspect/accused.
WHEN SUSPECT/ACCUSED DISPLAYS INDECISION ON EXERCISING HIS OR HER RIGHTS DURING THE INTERROGATION PROCESS: If during the interrogation, the suspect displays indecision about requesting counsel (for example, "Maybe I should get a lawyer."), further questioning must cease immediately. At that point, you may question the suspect/accused only concerning whether he or she desires to waive counsel. The questioning may not be utilized to discourage a suspect/accused frOm exercising his/her rights. (For example, do not make such comments as "If you didn't do anything wrong, you shouldn't need an attorney.")
REVERSE OF DA FORM 3881 CI
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,.• About. 1110 4 May 04, SA along with Agent110010111.and AgentlIMI.
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.(CIA/OIG),interViewedLCDk' U.S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, Vdate Generalr 1¦1.9.Tyal,Speoial Warfare GroupOne, Coronado, CA. Also present at the interLT1; dAq, Naval SpecialWarfare Group Orie, Coronado, CA. LCDR Id A.at during theperiod 3-4 Nov 03, he was assigned to ST-7 ? _frac 'artional AirpOrt (ttIA13), Iraq, and wo the ST-7 "Task Unit Commander." LCDR ',related he was the approving authorityof the operation to capture Mr. Manadel Al-J lifazattrrient on 4 NoyRand recalled many of the details surrounding the event: LCDR :told SA (11,40/itthatinformation had been developed that Mr. AL-JAM iiiiber of a terrorist cell suspected•of being involved in attacks on CoalitiOn Forces. It was suspected that he had access to about 2000 pounds of high explosive. A.subsequently provided information that Mr. AL-JAMADI would be at his apartment in tilleggiRa. area during the early morning hours of 4 Nov 03. 140:51?,
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,cleserbeg Mr. 61-JAMADT's apartment complex as being similar to a "housingprOjeCt? LCDR' -told SA.that ST-7 did 2-3 days of prep time prior to Min giving the apPrO-Val iii -COndiiCt the operationt6 Capture Mr. AL-JAMADI. The operation was to be conducted on 4 Nov 03, with a "time on target" of 0100-0200 hours. At least 30-35 Navy.
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element" who would enter Mr. Ai,-JAMADI's apartment complex and effect his capture. The assault element consisted of 15 Navy gatWo Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) personnel, and a Navy translator. LCDR1011.1111110telated that 6 or 7-High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) ibiiii—aiiiConvoy that transported personnel to Mr. AL. JAMADI'S apartment. Hp,state4 that two "Other Government Agency" (OGA) vehicles driven by
ere also in the convoy wit11. the I-EVIMWV. The CIA . • and a unknown person believed •dentified.as the lead interrogator, as a translator. About 2300, 3 Nov 03, the.. left the isetla 1'jeta:it-Oft Cbhiirrd , BIAPand drove to Forward Operating Base (FOB) St:

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Michael. About 2330, 3 Nov .03, the convoy arrived at FOB St. Michael where they coordinated with the 3rd Baftalion 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment (3/505 PIR), 82' d Airborne DivisiOn, LCDR related that the conVoy departe ----. Michael about 0030, 4 Nov 03, and drove to Mn L-J.I's three story apartment building about five kilometers away. LCDR
ated that upon their arrival at the apartment complex ; BMCSIII
4,marked" Mr. AL-JAMADI's third level apartment for identificatibf LCDR.
emained with the vehicles while the assault elem ent approached the apartment.
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TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
75th MP DET (CID) . $A Mosul, Iraq, APO A 00314
SIGN DATE
4 May 2004 Zr

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WARNINiG:. THIS DOCUMENT is THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVECOMMAND,
CONTENTS MAY BE oisabseb. ONLY TO PERSONS WHOSE. OFFICIAL DUTIES REQUIRE ACCESS HERto. COI-itO**41.115-i' BE DISCLOSO Tt5 PAiti(s).
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LCDR ANNEMMINgvas subsequently notified that an entry had been made into the wrong apartment and a male occupant of this apartment (NFI) had been detained. The assault element almost immediately determined that Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment was adjacent to the one they had just entered. The assault element then set up to make entry into the correct apartment, that of Mr. AL-JAMADI. LCDR.related that Mr. AL- JAMADI was captured and the mission was over " e quick." L. as subsequently advised that the lead breacher, ABH1-.had been involved in a struggle with Mr. AL-JAMADI and that Mr. AL-JAMADI had been armed with a knife during their encounter. LCDR stated that he watched as Mr. AL-JAMADI and the other detainee were brought down the , apartment complex stairs to the waiting vehicles. LCDR .bserved that Mr. AL-JAMADI was_"not walking compliantly" as he was brought to the vehicle convoy. LCDR
told SAMMIllithat Mr. AL-JAMADI was clothed in a white "wife beater" T­shirt, multi-colored "pajama" style pants, and was not wearing shoes. Mr. AL-JAMADI's hands were secured behind his back with flex cuffs and he had a green nylon-type construction sandbag over his head, he was not wearing leg restraints. LCDR .described Mr. AL-JAMADI as "small," estimating he was about 5'10" and 15-0 lbs. LCDR id not recall seeing any injuries on Mr. AL-JAMADI at this time. The two detainees were then "hoisted" into the cargo bed of the designated prisoner trans ort vehicle by two prisoner handlers, one of
.wiyana-w-ag-idntif tifiecl-the. designated prisoner transport vehicle as "IIMMWV,3" but did not recall who was driving this vehicle. LCDR .SA MEM that he was uncertain whether or not the HMMWV tailgate was up or down when the two detainees were placed inside but seemed to recall that it was in the up position. SAIWIlleasked LCDRIIIIIIIIIIMfor his definition of "hoisted." LCDR then described a technique used by ST-7 for expeditiously placing detainees in a 1-11VIIVIWV cargo bed. He stated one ST-7 member would stand on each side of a detainee as the detainee was facing the EIMIvIWV bed. The ST-7 members would then lift the detainee up until his mid section was at about the same level as the top edge of the tailgate, or vehicle bed if the tailgate was in the down position. The tailgate's top edge was then used as a pivot point as the detainee was rotated into the cargo bed. LCDRIIIIIMMINIpdenied that the use of this technique could result in injury to the ribs of a detainee. He stated further that he did not actually see Mr. AL-JAMADI placed into the prisoner transport vehicle but speculated that the aforementioned technique was used since this was their common practice. LCDR11.111.11.0 related that once the two detainees were loaded into the prisoner transport vehicle, the convoy departed for a regroup point where.would view Mr. AL-JAMADI for positive identification. While the source identification proCedure was being conducted, LCDR fiffararaistatedthat he saw Mr. AL-JAMADI' s face but, related that he did not notice any
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
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SI DATE EXHIBIT
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CID Form 94 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY-LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
WARNING: THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
CONTENTS MAY BE DISCLOSED ONLY TO PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL DUTIES REQUIRE ACCESS HERTO. CONTENTS MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO PARTY(S) CONCERNED WITHOUT SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION FROM .THS UNITED STATES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
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facial injuries. The 1111111was unable to identify the second detainee but mistakenly believed he
had been removed from Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. Based on this mistaken belief, he felt the
second detainee was probably an accomplice of Mr. AL-JAMAD.I and "was worth interrogating."
After positive identification of Mr. AL-JAMADI was accomplished, the convoy proceeded to FOB
St. Michael. LCDRIMITINIMprelated that they remained at FOB St. Michael for about 30
minutes with the two detainees while a second operation was conducted. While at FOB St,
Michael, the two detainees remained under guard in the cargo bed of the prisoner transport vehicle.
LCDR.identified HM1 ilIMINIPas cue of the two guards. Once the second
operation was completed, the convoy returned to the SEAL Compound at BIAP, about twenty
minutes away. The two detainees were taken to the "volleyball pit" centered in the middle of the .
SEAL compound where they were made to kneel. Shortly after their arrival at the SEAL
compound, LCDR. as notified by.that the second detainee was not an
associate of Mr. AL-J.I and should not have beeetained. The second detainee was
subsequently released. LCDRIIIIIMMEnklenied that the second detainee was uncooperative
at any point during the operation. LCDR .described Mr. AL-JAMADI as "quiet
and unmoving" while in the volleyball pit. He denied knowing if Mr. -AL-JAMADI was
interrogated in the volleyball pit but stated that a "screening type interview" may have been
conducted. LCDR.related that Mr. AL-JAMADI was eventually moved into an .interrogation.r.oam A.II 11 A he-had-beenliald in ille—volle-ylaallpit,-for-inte
LCDR.stated Mr. AL-JAMADI was medically screened by HIVI1
prior to the start of the interrogation. Dining the medical screening process Mr. AL-IAMAPI's
pants were taken down to his ankles and they remained this way until the conclusion of the
interrogation. LCDR 11111111111Mdescribed the interrogation room as rectangular,
approximately 15' x 8 i' with one door and supplies stacked along one wall. LCDR 1111.1.111111.1stated that Mr. a "tall guy with a mustache," and 3-4 ST-1 members who
provided security, were present for the interrogation. The 3-4 ST-7 members included.IIM1ellIMIR and possibly LT. Officer in Charge), LTJG WEIN.
(Assistant Officer in Charge), or BMC . (Platoon Chief). LCDR.•
related that he had directed one of these three to be present in the interrogation room at any one time because he wanted "adult supervision." He did not recall the identities of the other ST-7 members in the room. LCDR .related that he did not remain in the interrogation room the entire time because he had to leave periodically to address other matters. He estimated that he spent a total of only 5-10 minutes in the interrogation room while the interrogation was being conducted. He stated that each time he was inside the room, Mr. AL-JAMADI was seated on a chair with the "tall guy with the mustache" standing behind him holding his shoulders. LCDR.was told Mr. AL-JAMADI had been "flopping around" and
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
SA WW1 75th MP DET (CID) Mosul, Iraq, APO AE 09334
SIGN DATE EXHIBIT
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CID Form 94.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY-LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
WARNING: THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
CONTENTS MAY BE DISCLOSED ONLY TO PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL DUTIES REQUIRE ACCESS HERTO. CONTENTS MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO PARTY(S) CONCERNED WITHOUT SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION FROM THE UNITED STATES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
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had to be held to keep him still. LCDR .elated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was hooded during the interrogation but the hood would periodically be taken off during questioning. On one occasion when the hood was removed, LCDR411111111111111.noticed a bloody "abrasion" below Mr. AL-JAMADI's eye. He denied seeing blood on Mr. AL-JAMADI's hood. LCDR
41111.11.111111.stated that the only other injury he saw on Mr. AL-JAMADI was a bullet wound on his hip which appeared to be very old and healed. LCDR .told SA MEM that Mr. AL-JAMADI appeared to be having trouble breathing during the interrogation. He described the breathing as "labored and excited" but added that it did not appear to be a health issue and seemed normal based on the circumstances. LCDR .elated that he never saw anyone strike Mr. AL-JAMADI but he did notice he was wet and had apparently had water poured, over him at some point during the interrogation. He denied any knowledge of who had poured the water on Mr. AL-JAMADI but did state that a ST-7 member .would have doused him with water if so directed by the CIA. The interrogation lasted 1-1.5 hours and, at its conclusion, Mr. AL-JAMADI was escorted by HM1 MIMINIPto an OGA11.1111PLCDR11.1.11.1. related that Mr. AL-JAMADI was uncooperative and dragged his feet while being taken to the awaiting vehicle. Mr. AL-JAMADI was wearing his pants when he was placed in the wow LCDR.tated that he went to sleep following the operation and was notified of
an
Mr. AL-JAMADI's death later in the day by BMCS VAIMMIR .LCDR

11110111110Ptold SA that 111411111111111Pdocumented Mr. AL-JAMADI's medical condition on a standard medical screening form. He added that he possessed the completed screening form in his files and would be able to provide a copy to SAME. He also stated that he possessed an outline of the operation which documented, among other things, the concept of operation; vehicle assignments, and individual responsibilities. LCDR .old SA -he would provide him with a copy of the operation outline through LT ImoLCDR dmitted he talked to ABH1 .about his physical encounter with Mr. AL-J.ut denied recalling any details of their conversation. He could only recall that ABH 1.had been involved in a "fight" with Mr. AL-JAMADI. LCDR had nothing further to add to this statement.///LAST ENTRY///
• TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
75th MP DET (CID)
SA 1111.11111.111. WAN Mosul, Iraq, APO AE 09334

SIGNAT. DATE EXHIBIT .
4 May 2004
CID Form 94.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY-LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
WARNING: THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
CONTENTS MAY BE DISCLOSED ONLY TO PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL DUTIES REQUIRE ACCESS HERTO. CONTENTS MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO PARTY(S) CONCERNED WITHOUT SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION FROM THE UNITED STATES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE COMMAND.
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A,b9,41Q9,9,0, , May 04, SA `along with Agents.d' „
cg.1144.1 gency Office of the InspeCtot Genera (CIA/OIG , interviewed, ICS-. : U.S..Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, at the iidge Adjunt General's (JAG) Office, Naval Special Warfare Group One, Coronado ',
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CA. Also present at the interyie:Kmtl'gllMIINII.:TAG, Naval Special Warfare Group , One, Coronado, CA. BMCS,01, ,,.e1Reirtfkardining the period 3-4 Nov 03, he was
41.1assigned to ST-7, Baeidad International Airport (BUP), Iraq, and wasfitrther Assigned as the Liaison to the Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF).13MCS s in this capacity included coordination be eq .TF d other U-S Military tiltilid6ouvteiernmd& Agencies, including the CIA. BMCS ,.old SA.hat he recalled many of
the details of the o' eration conducted on 4 NO-5,7 b3, to capture Mr. Marta del AL-JAMADI. He Stated that . ad provided ST-7 with information regarding Mr. AL-JAMADI, the
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layout of hiSfes- enc.& and his Anti-Coalition activities. Prior to the 4 Nov 03 operation, BMCS
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BMCS.supervisor during this period Was LCDR, BMCS described Mr. AL-JAMADI as a "really bad .gunkkh6 was MVO yed in a terrorist Cell -SiiSPeC ell of attacks oil Coalition Forces. BMCS.stated that he performed tactical debriefings of the.• 3yer a period of several"deiWpfitir to the 4 Nov
regarding the operation to capture Mr. AL-JAMADI. In addition to &sonnet several CIA
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persomiel were in attendance. The CIA personnel included .the.and
(interpreter). About 2300, 3 Nov 03, the vehicle convoy left BIAP and drove o rwand Operating Base (FOB). St. Michael. The convo 6-7 High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicles (.and Each HMMWV, contained 8-10 Navy Personnel. The elonged to the CIA and were positioned in the middle of the convoy. BMCS ela ed. de i one of the.with two inembprs of the the., and..LCDR.,
iso participated in e operation and was in the Convoy. T e convoy stopped at
013 St'I1ch1 where they coordinated with the 3 rd Battalion, 505th Parachute. Infantry Regiment (3/505 PIR), 82nd Airborne Division. They remained at FOB St. Michael for about one hour where they deconflicted with the 3/505P1R. Once deconfliction was accomplished, the convoy proceeded to Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment complex. BMCS .related that Mr. AL-jAMADI's apartment was identified as being on the third level o an apartme building located in a "bad section" of Baghdad. Upon arrival at the apartment complex, BMC . - arked Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment with an "Overt beam" which identified its loca io o e members. BMCS.told SA.that he positioned himself at the end of the assault
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION 75th MP DET (CID)
Mosul, Iraq, A00 AE 008z1,
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DATE. EXHIBIT
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element "train" as it approached Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment Due to bad intelligence, the breacher went to the wrong apartment (adjacent to Mr. AL-JAMADI's) and breached the front door with an explosive charge. Members of the assault element realized their mistake "almost immediately" and found what was described as an innocent family inside the apartment. The team was able to re-orient itself on the correct apartment, that of Mr. AL-JAMADLAs tea iliember approached Mr. AL-JAMADI' s apartment with a breaching charge, BMCS retreated toward the second level of the apartment building to await the explosive ba:cf.team members subsequently entered Mr..4-_JAMADI's apartment absent an explosive breach and he Was taken into custody. BMCS.elated that only 45-60 seconds had elapsed .. between the point in time when thielFligice"-breaChing charge detonated on the first apartment and theLtipAtuym notified over his squad radio that Mr. AL-JAMADI was in cuStody. BMCS
tated that he entered Mt. AL-JAMADI's apartment and saw him in a prone y6Sitro3il the-floor in kitchen. He stated that -an unidentified SEAL was on top of Mr. AL-JAMADI with a second SEAL holding his legs. Mr. AL-JAMADI was weapng j pte "dishdash" and, his hands were secured behind his back with flex offsz,Bmpa.described Mr AL-JAMADI as being "pissed" and "cocky." BMCS . :aredllial he had not seen , photograph of Mr. AL-JAMADI butwais llble to identify liini fraiiiiPkornirient facial feature, which he could not recall. BMCS.id not notice any injuries on Mr. AL-JAMADE
etaizied.. latetteletsedlyheri it was cletem*ed. he was not involved, hi Anti-Coalition activities. BMCS' told SAMIllithat no CIA personnel were present at Mr. AL-JAMADI's atlartifierifduniig the operationt ME AL-JAMADI was escorted to the awaitin&yelliclesl MCSthsen
CtralV.09,4,10,,a "regroup" point for a Positive Identification (PID) with th:._ denied seeing Mr. AL-JAMADI placed in the transport vehic e. .5 elieved that Mr. AL-JAMADI was hoodedwhenhe was loaded into the transport felii81613e6a-tige that was their comnion procedure. BMCS. .ode to the regroup While the HD with the .vias' -ding conducted, BMCS
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r.`ALIANIAtiI was uncooperative during the identification procedure and had to be held by two SEAts. The convoy then drove to FOB St Michael to await the return of others who were .' involved in a subsequent operation. Mr. AL-JAMADI rernainedin the transport vehicle during the entirety of their stay at FOB St Michael. BMCS 1111111.111111old SA .that the convoy returned to the Special Operations Compoi iiiU ii Abut 0430,4 bvti3. Upon their arrival at BIAP, Mr. AL-JAMADI was 'examined by two SEAL Corpsmen whose identities he could not recall. Mr. AL-JAMAI30Iwas hop* and placed on his knees in the parking lot while he awaited interrogation. BMCS.stated that he did not witness any portion o IVf
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AL-JAMADI's interrogation. He stated that he last saw Mr. AL-JAMADI about 0530, 4 Nov 03, as he was being escorted to the.INNIit.for
or transport away from BIAP. BMCS 11111..... stated that two SEALs had control o f . -JAMADI while he was being escorted to the vehicle but he did not appear to be struggling. Mr. AL-JAMADI was hooded and was wearing the same "dishdash" he was wearing at the time of his capture. BMCS .Mold SA. that he never noticed Mr. AL-JAMADI to have abnormal breathing. BMCS related that he went to sleep soon after Mr. AL-JAMADI's departure from the SEAL compound. About 1030, 4 Nov 03, he received notification that Mr. Al-JAMADI had died from a heart attack. BMCS. id not recall any conversations with anyone regarding a struggle with Mr.
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AL-JAMAM dining his t aptute. He stated that it was poSsible for a struggle to have occurred in the kitchen of Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment during the entry without the knowledge of other team embers„Hedescribed the kitchen as "small" estimating it was approximately 7' by 7'. BMCS had nothing further to add to this statement.///LAST ENTRY///.
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About 1310, 6 May 04, SA411111111111111hconducted an interview of AOSIANNOMININ/1100
.111.100, U.S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, at the NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND HEADQUARTERS (NAVSPECWARCOM), Coronado, CA. LT
lammillipiKssistant Force Judge Advocate for the Commander, NAVSPECWARCOM, San Diego, CA, was present during the interview. AOSNAIIIIIIIIIIPacknowledged that he participated in the 4 Noy 03 operation to capture Mr. Manadel AL-JAMADI at his apartment in Baghdad, Iraq. AOSNstated that he was assigned as the "communications rep" on the operation. His responsibilities in this capacity included calling in checkpoints during convoy and maintaining communications with higher headquarters. AOSN .elated that a briefing was held prior to the operation to capture Mr. AL-JAMADI. During the briefing, Mr. AL-JAMADI was described as being "old and in poor health." AOSNINIOM believed that the age, height and weight were also diScussed at the briefing but he did not recall these details. AOSNOMP. told SA.that he did not recall any other details of the briefing. AOSNIIIIMestimated that about 30 Navy Personnel, including 1-3 Explosive Ordinance Disposal (ail)) Personnel and possibly one linguist were involved in the operation. He believed that 5-High Mobility Multi­purpose Wheeled Vehicles (HNIMWV) formed the convoy which transported these personnel to , Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. AOSNstated that he was assigned to the second vehicle in the convoy and sat in the right rear seat next to the communications equipment. He did not •
.specifically-recall who was in the vehicle:with-him-but-belie-ved-the (driver), LT. right front seat), turret gunner), MN1 rear cargo area), and LCDR left rear seat). AOSN stated that additional personnel ma eeri riding ie vehicles' cargo area but he was not certain. He added that a driven by "Other Government Agency" :(0GA) personnel may also haVe been in the convoy. AOSN .believed that the convoy left Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) at about 2400, 3 Nov 01, for Forward Operating Base (FOB) , St. Michael. The convoy arrived at FOB St. Michael between 0015-0020, 3 Nov 03, where personnel conducted radio checks, coordinated with the quick reaction force provided by the 82n d
Airborne Division, and took are of any last minute details. AOSNIMINNI estimated the, convoy departed FOB St. Michael at about 0100, 4 Nov 03, and drove to Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment which he described as "a short ways away." AOSN .told SA.that he remained with the vehicles at Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment complex and never went to his apartment. He related that about 10 minutes after arriving at this location he heard an explosion which indicated the door to the apartment had been breached. AOSN-denied ever seeing Mr. AL-JAMADI while at this location because his attention was focused on maintaining communications and providing security. After Mr. AL-JAMADI was captured, AOSN .'was uncertain if they returned to FOB St. Michael or went directly to BIAP. AOSN .believed the convoy
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ultimately returned to BIAP sometime between 0300 and 0400, 4 Nov 03. AOSNallil recalled attendinga de-briefin immediately after the operation but did not recall any discussion about ABH1.or an other ST-7 member, being involved in a physical altercation with Mr. AL-JAMADI. AOS.enied ever speaking with ABH1.regarding a physical altercation with Mr. -JAMADI and also denied seeing Mr. AL- at any time. AOSNIIIRlitold SA MID that he later heard Mr. AL-JAMADI had died while enroute to Abu Ghrai rison. He ad e t at it was rumored he had died of a heart attack. AOSNOW, had nothing further to add to this statement.///LAST ENTRY///
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About 1, 10, 10 May 04, SA 111011.onducted an interview of LT. 5 gig • .S. Navy SEAL Team seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA; at the Ilea .t.S"cS th: NaVal . 'ebial..W. are,Conntan (NAYST' C .0 34 Coronado; CA. Present for the interview were -entral Intelligence Agency, Office of the ..
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Inspector"Gefiefil (tUM), arts. age Advocate General (JAG), Naval Special Warfare Group One, Coronad, : LT-.cknowledged he was the Officer in
Charge (OIC) of the operation to cqp„p .Ma gaarAL-J,AMADI on 4 Nov 03, and recalled details surroundingthe event L .'stated he was assigned to ST-7 at the thrie of the operation and was based at Baghdad it riplional Airport (BIAP), Iraq. A 111.111110provided . •
ST-7 with information regarding Mr. AL-IAMADI's involVement ...... ttacks. on Cp1jijorces as well as the location of .his residence south of Baghdad. I., ..
told SA .
, . that be spent 24-72 hours preparing for the AL-IAMADI operation:Ire MI ' 'not recall 1 e'Sp dile time of

the Patrol Leaders Order (PLO) prior to the operation but believed it was about 2100, 3 Nov 03. ITh.


stated that he briefed CIA personnel after the PLO bli: did riot req.14114r napes, j.tlescribeci orie

of the CIA pea ijejho he was familiar with as.with a. • and.' e was uncertain if he was present. He be aft.s of the
but told &A ,..:.... ,,,4,ese preSent, but he could not provide SA .' th then..• ..names or destriptiaria. LT .lJelieired the CIA briefing was giverra: -O. 2300, 3 Noll ugato-bagt4o-the-tar-get-cortsisted-of-6-High .
Mobility Multi-purpose Whede044oles I I.) with "maybe" three CIA vehicles
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L Ode ni e secOti.in the convoy..., -He identified Petty Officer .s e ve c' e's driver but denied recalling the names of-the other occupants. The vehicle dOiVciy departed BIAP at about 2400, 3 Nov 03 ; for an Army . • Forward Operating Base (FOB) about 30 minutes away. They spent about one hour. at the F013 .. making last minute coordination with the Army before departing for Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartments The Tune on Target (TOT) for the operation was about 0200 ; 4 Nov 03: I3pon their arrival at the
1'_marked Mr. AL-JANIADI'S apartment with a laser light. LT • .
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related lieWiiiiiiiewhere between the sixth and ninth position in the assault element '. "fralif' as it approached the target location. The 4ont door to an apartment believed to be Mr.AL-
JAMADI's was breached with an explosive charge and the assault element entered. LT _... ., _ .
told SA.ie almost immediately realized they wer , i, _thewrong apartment because the
interior was 'riot Consistent with a sketch provided by the ...An Iraqi male was detained , from the first apartment, but was later. released when it was defetiiiiied he was not a threat to • ' Coalition Forces. LT.. .rected theassault element to reset on the adjacent apartruent
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believed to be Mr. AL-1AMADs. LT .csuined the fourth or fifth pOsition in the stack
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when the assault element reset. ABH1 41111111111111was designated to place a breaching charge on the door to Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. Before ABH1 .could place the charge, Mr. AL-JAMADI opened the apartment door. ABH1.harged Mr. AL-JAMADI and both ended up on the floor. LT .tated the assault element entered the apartment after hearing the verbal signal of ' .' indicating the door to the apartment was open. Approximately 4-5 seconds elapse a ore LT .entered the apartment after hearing the gift signal. He stated that the apartment was secured 15-30 seconds after entry. LT IOWA stirslirpently saw Mr. AL-JAMADI in a prone position on the floor with ABH1 MEM placing him in flex cuffs. Mr. AL-JAMADI was not hooded and ABH1 .advised him that he had identified himself. Three other assaulters were with ABH1 but he denied recognizing them due to their "balaclava" headgear. LT11111111stated that the lights were on in the apartment when he entered. He stated Mr. AL-JAMADI was, wearing a "dishdash" and denied seeing any injuries on his face. LT11111111. told SA .he did not recall seeing any signs of a struggle in the kitchen. He did not recall Mr. AL-J .I being overly exerted subsequent to his capture nor did he recall ABH1 .being short of breath. Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment was searched for 5-10 minutes before LT 1111111110directed the assault
element to reset for movement back to the vehicles. He believed the detainees were hooded with sandbags. LT falligRdenied seeing the two detainees placed in the prisoner transport vehicle,
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AL-JAMADI's apartment complex and drove 1-1.5 miles to a pre-designated point for Positive Identification (PED) by thell.1111110nce MR AL-JAMADI was positively identified they returned to the Army FOB for final coordination. The convoy left the Army FOB arriving back at BIAP about 0330-0400, 4 Nov 03. LT 11111111119told SA11111.1.hat Mr. AL-JAMADI was placed in the volleyball court located in the center of their compound prior to interrogation. He described Mr. AL-JAMADI as "hooded, cuffed, and unmoving." LT IMO stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI remained in the volleyball court for 5-10 minutes and was guarded by LTJGW/P and HM1. LT 11111111111.believed Mr. AL-JAMADI was hooded the entire time but stated that he left the volleyball court area for a short-time to secure his weapons and equipment. wow.told LT gIIIIIIIIIpthat Mr. AL-JAMADI had scratches on his back. Mr. AL-JAMADI's clothing was lifted up and LT.6.w scratches centered on his back which he described as fresh and superficial. LT .enied seeing blood on Mr. AL-JAMADI's hood or his clothing and denied noticing any abnormal breathing. He related that two CIA Personnel questioned Mr. AL-JAMADI in the volleyball court before he was taken to an adjacent interrogation room. LT 1111111.was uncertain if a medical screening had been performed on Mr. AL-JAMADI, stating that if one had been performed it would have been by HM1.LT allillpdenied entering the interrogation room because he had to .leave
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with other SEAL personnel to drop off the detainee who had been wrongfully detained. LT
1111111111111did not witness Mr. AL-JAMADI being resistive but was later told he had resisted while being escorted between his apartment and the transport vehicle. LT . returned to BIAP about 0500-0530, 4 Nov 03, and Mr. AL-JAMADI was gone. Later in the da LT 1111111111.learned that Mr. AL-JAMADI had died. Someone, possibly LCDR .irected that statements regarding the incident be written. LT 11111111111111kad nothing further to add to this statement.///LAST ENTRY///
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About 1130, 10 May 04, SA lifareconducted an interview of HM1Valialliii. 11111111.U.S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), at the Headquarters of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NAVSPECWARCOM), Coronado, CA. Present for the interview were Agents
44.01111111111a and Central Intelligence Agency, Office of the Inspector General (CIA/OIG), and LT .Judge Advocate General (JAG), Naval Special Warfare Group One, Coronado, CA. HM1.old SA'-he was deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in October 2003 as a member of Foxtrot Platoon, ST-7. He related that he participated in the operation to capture Mr. Manadel Al-JAMADI on 4 Nov 03. The operation's objective was to capture Mr. AL-JAMADI and search his residence. HM11.11.1.stated that he had been assigned as a Corpsman/Assaulter on the AL-JAMADI operation. He related that a warning order regarding the operation was probably briefed during the early afternoon hours of 3 Nov 03, and probably lasted about 30 minutes. HMI.elated that he also attended a Platoon Leader's Order (PLO) on 3 Nov 03, estimating it occurred between 1800 and 2100. HM1
firaMadid not specifically recall any CIA personnel being present at the PLO, but related that two CIA personnel were typically present at these type briefings. HM141.11111111111.recalled that a description of Mr. AL-JAMADI was briefed during the PLO, but did not recall any other specific details. HM1.id recall that Mr. Al-JAMADI may have been an ex-Iraqi Army Officer who lived in an apartment complex and had something to do with explosives but was
411111.1.that he rode in the Marshalling and Cordoning Officer (MACO) vehicle, also known as High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle (FIMMWV) three or vehicle three, of the convoy when it left the SEAL Compound, Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) to conduct the operation. He recalled being seated in the left rear passenger seat of the vehicle. He identified other occupants of the vehicle as driver), (turret gunner), and LTJAIllp
tated that two EOD personnel, SIAN.
and A02. rode in the rear cargo area of the vehicle. He did not specifically recall who was seated in the right rear assenger seat of the vehicle but stated it could have been GM11111111111111.HM1.tated that two CIA vehicles were also in the convoy but denied knowing the names of the CIA personnel within these vehicles. HM1
11111111111Pbelieved the vehicle convoy departed after dark on 3 Nov 03, and proceeded to an Army Forward Operating Base (FOB), possibly FOB St. Michael. They remained at the FOB for over an hour while coordinating details of the operation with the resident Army unit. The convoy proceeded to Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment at the time designated in the PLO. Upon their arrival at Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment complex, emained with the vehicle. HM1.as positioned in the mi le of the assau t e ement "train" as it approached Mr. AL-J.ADI's third level apartment. The train consisted of 15-20 personnel including 4-5
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designated "breathers." There were no CIA personnel in the train when it went to the apartment,
The train proceeded up the stairs to the apartment and stopped at the top of the stairwell just short
of the third level. The breachers conducted an explosiVe breach of an apartment on the third level ,
believed to be Mr. Al-JAMADI's. Shortly after entering the apartment, it was determined they were
in the wrong apartment. The apartment contained an adult male and 4 5 women. The adult male
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was detained and ultimately taken back to BIN? where it was determined he wastAtin Ived in
Anti-Coalition activities and released. HM1 • 111.1100 and HM1
in this apartment to guard the detainee while the remainder of the assault .-Ow Oti,eanilm littd
then cleared, an adjacent apartmentidentified as Mr. AL-JAMADI's. HM), enied ever entering Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment during the Operation. HM1.1,4tPd that after Mr. ALJAMADI's was captured, an order to extract was given. HMI.scorted the
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detainee out of the apartment, down the stairwell and back to the awaitingVA vehicle. HM1
tated that his detainee was then placed into the cargo area of the vehicle over the tailgate, Whith was in the up position. He related that.Mr. AL-JAMADI wa -s,,brm,talitfrorti his apartthent and also placed in the cargo area of the MACO vehicle. 111\41 .id not recall who escorted Mr. AL-JAMADI from his apartinent Or who placed h i iin `e rear of the MACO vehicle. He stated he did not rernember seeing Mr. AL-JAMADI until he was already in the rear cargo area of the vehicle. HM11111111111.11related that Mr. AL-JAMADI was wearing
.pajamast-yla-pantsra-whit-e15gife-beateand-an-Adidas-j-asket-i-possibl-G.er. ,-A.T Al-JAMADI and the other detainee were both hooded with standard green nylontype construction-sandbags and both had their hands secured behind their backs with flex cuffs. The two detainees were ppsitioned head to toe in the cargo bed of the vehicle to prevent them from talking. HMI tated that he was seated in the left rear passenger seat of the .vehicle when it left, lqi::ALJAMADI's apartment complex: He stated that SK1.frnd A02 -
rode in the cargo bed of the vehicle with the two detained'. The "convoy droyeto .a pre-deigfiated point to establish a positive identification (PID) of Mr. AL-JAMADI by
k M1 did not recall hearing anything from the _rear of the vehicle;.g the. driVe etween the a tent complex and MD point. HM1.old SA.-6 .assisted LTJG ith the PID of Mr. AL-JAMADI. He recalled that he stood onthe le side of Mr. Al-IAMAlit While LTJG.tood on his right side. When the source was ready,'H1VI1 •
11ed.Mr.. ALJAMADI'S hood up while LTJGIIIIIPilluminated his face with a
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flashlight HM1.stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI.had a small amount of blood around his
face and hose, but otherwise "looked fine." HMI...denied seeing a cut below either eye

of Mr. AL-JAMADI during the PID. EN/I1 ‘,../did not.recognize any potential health issues with Mr. AL-JAMADI during the PID. fie related that the actual•PID lash d only,Aput two seconds and Mr. AL-JAMADI was positively identified by.HM1.'eetned
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to recall that he assisted LTJG .• with the PID of the second detainee but was not certain. After the PID was completed, the &invoy returned to the same FOB they had stopped at prior to the operation. The convoy remained at the FOB for about 30 minutes while leadership personnel coordinated with the resident Army unit. HM1.stated that lie remained with the MACO vehicle during this period and neither of the tWO de ail -lees was removed from the cargo bed. The convoy ultimately returned to the SEAL compound at BIAP sometime between midnight and 0200, 4 Nov 03, where Mr. AL-JA_MA.bI was interrogated by the CIA. HM1 related that he was directed to "drop his gee' immediately upon their arrival at B .ettid approximately 2-3 minutes to go to his tent, remove his ,gear,_04 return to the area of the volleyball court where the MACO vehicle had parked. EIM1411.111111; aw that Mr. AL-JAMADI had , already been unloaded from the MACO vehicle and was standing between two CIA personnel, believed to be interrogators. HM1 111111111111,oticed that Mr. AL-JAMADI had to be carried .
into the interrogation room by CIA persoirnel. He described his demeanor as "passive aggressive" stating that he was not kicking or fighting, but he was not walking willingly. HM1 entered the interrogation room with mr,,A-JAmApI and thROyo CIA personnel and responsibilities as Corpsman. LTJ011110E1/12 1111111111110and a third SEAL, whose identity he could not recall, were alsoTifilie room. 141V1stated that he did not
7T-----­con4P441119dieal screening of Mr. AL-JAlvIADI prior tOtlie'Stdifbilhe interrogation. HM1 tated_ththe_im . ageSS WI „•01.
room. :::4Ifitileets Were attach4t9 OF of the walls and were used to secure prisoners if necessary.HM111111111/1111,old SA.that he did not kpowany of the CIA personnel present in the interi6EatiOiri-Oom by name.He provided SA.wiTh descriptions of the CIA interpreter and interrogator who conducted the irite'
iso described two other CIA pierro- -e w 0 1-0—W4VP4 Were in and out of the interrogatT6iii -dbill: The first was described as a ,.ith a allOwearin g "tactical clothin ".1-3,M,J,... , blreVed ihig-r•bilbliffiay have beercaftember of the CIA's second person was described as aWilriveari .with
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HM1 impstated M. AL-JAMADI's ifiterttikation lasted. een and 1:5 lairs. Ilfeestimated lib witnessed 98 % of the interrogation, explaining that he periodically stepped out of the room for various reasons. He stated that Mr. AL,-,JMApI was seated in a chair about 2' from the wall while he was being questioned. HM1 .tunated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was 5'7" and 150 lbs. Mr. Al-JAMADI never gave any NtiOif_of medical distress with the exception of complaining his flex cuffs were too tight. HM1 .stated that at one point he attempted to check Mr. AL-JAMADI's flex cuffs for tightness, but ' ell them as they were
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when he became uncooperative and pulled away from him HM1 farigradenied noticing anything out of the ordinary with Mr. AL-JAMADI's breathing, stating that he was not gasping for air. HM1C1 recalled seeing numerous scars on Mr. AL-JAMADI, all of which appeared to be old. further stated that he never heard Mr. AL-JAMADI make any utterance that he was dying. At the beginning of the interrogation, Mr. AL-JAMADI asked for water and was told that he would receive water when he cooperated. HM1 1111111.1111stated that, at times, the interrogator would stand over Mr. AL-JAMADI with his hand on his chest. HM1
1111111111..tated that about half way through the interrogation, Mr. AL-JAMADI slid out of his ohair and onto the floor, and his pants slid down around his ankles. Mr. AL-JAMADI's pants remained around his ankles throughout the remainder of the interrogation, he was not wearing underwear. Mr. AL-JAMADI slid, or fell, out of his chair an additional 2-3 times during the course Of the interrogation. HM1 Cspeculated that Mr. AL-JAMADI may have slid out of the chair because he lost consciousness. HM1 illillraerelatedthat the sandbag remained on Mr. AL-JAMADI's head throughout the course of the interrogation. He recalled seeing a "golf ball size" spot of blood on the sandbag but did not recall seeing any active bleeding. HM1 111111111111. stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was doused with water at one point dui -in the interrogation, but denied knowledge of who poured the water on him. HM1 Cdenied Mr. AL-JA_MADI was physically abused during the course of the interrogation. At the conclusion of the interrogation,
CLangillillikpulledupMrALIAIVIADEs1,34cLinordertocheckbiseyes.-lie-netted-thathis C pupils seemed to be equal in size. HM1 fillriaradid not recall seeing any obvious injuries on Mr. AL-JAMADI's face, he only recalled seeing dried blood around his lips and nose. 11M1 Milirariseemed certain he did not see a cut under either of his eyes. HM1 111111111110stated that he and the person he believed belonged to Cscorted Mr. AL-JAMADI from the interrogation room. As they were leaving the room, the Cerson used Mr. Al-JAMADI's body to force open the door. HM1 11111111111.did not believe suffered any injury as a result. HM1
elated that Mr. AL-JAMADI's ants were still around his ankles when he was placed in a prone position in the most rearward seat C for transport to Abu Ghraib Prison. HM1Ctold SACthat he never con ucted a physical screening of Mr. AL-JAMADI. HM1Cstated that he attended a de-briefing of.the operation and there was discussion of a struggle between . Mr. AL-JAMADI and ABH1Cbut he denied recalling an . of the details of the discussion. HM1 111111111110Paclmitted that he spoke with ABH1
he following day about his struggle with Mr. AL-JAMADI but could only recall that the struggle was "serious." HM1 1111111111111.had nothing further to add to this statement///LAST ENTRY///
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about 1210, 11 May 04, SA conducted an interview • of ABH1
U.S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, at the HeadqVarterS .Of titelat SpecialWarfare command (NAVSPKIIARCCCoronado, CA. Present for the interview were Agents andC entral Intelligence Agency, Office of the Inspector General(Cik-Or'U S Navy ulgeAdy,ocate General
iG), and LTC(JAG), Naval Special Warfare Group OriF,CdA. ABH1C„told SA he was deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in October 2003, as a member of FoxCatoon, ST-T. He acknowledged that he participated in the operation to capture Mr. Manadel Al-JAMADI on 4 Nov 03 at his apartment near Baghdad, Iraq. He stated his assignment was Alternate Breacher/Assaulter. 'Mc objoctivp of the operation was to capture Mr. AL-JAMADI and search his residence. ABH1
elated that allIMMIlphad provided information regar' C ,,AL-J'ii and His iiigpeded Anti-CoalitioAactiv.ities. He identified impas the stated BMCS _helped coordinate the operation with the knew some of the other CIA Personnelinvolved in,the,o erAti.01.45,, stating they were members of the that Cwas a former SEAL and be denbe TOT.tt,Ce,ars a' eg-Witif
lbs and in "excellent shape." ABH1 old SAChat no petioriliei were present for the Patrol Leadersger/FLO which was lieldhours prior to the: •
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formed the convoy that transported personnel from the SEA Compound at Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) to Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment on the outskirts of Baghdad. Several Polish Commandos, known as the "GROM' also participated in the

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departure from BIAP, the convoy traveled to Forward Operating BOO (FOB) Falcon to coordinate with an element of the 821)4 Airborne Division responsible for the area proximate to mr. AtAAMAIDr$ apartment, ST-7 members were adYtsed that Coalition Forces had previously been subjected to hostile fire in this area ABH111111.1111vas adamant that the convoy went to FOB Falcon and not FOB St, Michael, as was reported in earlier interviews of ST-7 tneMberS. Once coordination was completed, the convoy proceeded to Mt. AL-JAMADI's apartment complex., ABH1 C00110 that the Time on Target (TOT) for the operation was about 0200; 4 Nov 01 AMT.'C:elated that he was the number six man in the assault eletnent,"tranr as it approached Mr ATA:":AMADI's third level apartment. He stated that HT21.111¦11111111111.Nas the primary broacher and was in the number two position in the train, The aSSiiiii relein
T',enitonducted alt explosive entry into what
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they suspected was Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. Once inside, they realized they were in the wrong apartment since the interior did not resemble a diagram provided by the Source. It was determined that Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment was located adjacent to the one they had just entered. The assault element, consisting of about 15 assaulters, reset for an entry into the adjacent apartment and ABH1 Cas designated as the breacher. ABH1 1111111.,vas covered by LT Cas he approached the front door of Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment to place an explosive charge. As ABH1 Cas placing the charge on the door, it began to open. ABH1Calready concerned that the element of surprise was compromised, dropped the explosive charge and pushed the door open and into a person, later identified as Mr. AL-JAMADI. ABH1Cstated Mr. AL-JAMADI was wearing a blue or purple jump suit and "filled the doorway." He related that Mr. AL-JAMADI was one of the "largest Iraqi's he had ever seen" estimating he was 6'4" in height. ABH1 Cold SACthat he immediately struck Mr. AL-JAMADI with a "double fist strike" to the face. ABH1 MOM stated that he attempted to pull Mr. AL-JAMADI to the ground but was unsuccessful. He pulled Mr. AL-JAMADI into the kitchen and the two fell through a table, similar in construction to a card table, and onto the floor. ABH1Ctated that he landed on his side facing Mr. AL-JAMADI. Mr. AL-JAMADI struck ABH1 "n the head and he saw a "white flash." He attempted to draw his sidearm to shoot Mr. AL-JAMADI, but the close proximity of furniture
Core_v- i -1 a pm II a PP al • a _BH111111.111prdated_thathis_M-4-Rifle-was-inaccessib1eC since he had earlier positioned it on the side of his body when placing the explosive charge on the door. ABH11111.1.11Wrestled his way on top of Mr. AL-JAMADI and he began to strike him with fist strikes, described as "haymakers." Mr. AL-JAMADI reached up and grabbed ABH1 11111111111Pby the throat as ABH1Ccontinued to strike him. ABH1 MEM estimated that he struck Mr. AL-JAMADI approximately eight times about the head and chest, and twice called for a prisoner control (PC) assist, before he reached up and grabbed the stove in an attempt to lift himself to his feet and get away. As he pulled on the stove, it fell onto a portion of Mr. AL-JAMADI's upper torso above his chest. ABH1 111111.10stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was stunned, and on the verge of unconsciousness after being struck with the stove. ABH1 111111111.was unable to estimate the weight of the stove. He was able to gain control of Mr. AL-JAMADI's hands and began to place him in flex cuffs. ABH1 Celated that AM1
came to his aid and helped him finish handcuffing Mr. AL-JAMADI. ABH1
tated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was breathing hard subsequent to the altercation and his face was covered with blood. Mr. AL-JAMADI subsequently identified himself to ABH1 11111111111PABH1111111111.11111ated he was very winded and took about 30 seconds to catch his breath. He took Mr. AL-JAMADI to the doorway of the kitchen where he saw LT He advised LT MEW that Mr. AL-JAMADI had identified himself. A green sandbag o ny on
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type construction, cuffed in half for a better fit, was then placed over his head. ABH1 MEM estimated that his physical confrontation with Mr. AL-JAMADI lasted 45-90 seconds and 2-3 minutes had elapsed from the time the first/wrong apartment was initially entered and the time the assault element entered Mr. AL-JAMADI's. ABH1 1111111111.31id not recall ever putting his knees on Mr. AL-JAMADI's chest, but did recall that he straddled him while striking him with his fists. ABH1_-opined that Mr. AL-JAMADI could "easily" have suffered broken bones during the altercation. ABH1 Ctated that one of his knuckles was injured during the altercation and took weeks to heal. Agent Cconfronted ABH1Cith the autopsy report indicating Mr. AL-JAMADI was 5'10" and approximately 165 lbs. CH1
—vas adamant that Mr. AL-JAMADI was much taller, at least 6'4." ABH1111111111111. could not fully explain why he was left alone to fight with Mr. AL-JAMADI for such a long period. He speculated that others were so focused on clearing Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment in a timely manner that they failed to realize he was involved in a life or death encounter. ABH1 111111111111, related that the hallway light was on, the kitchen light off, and the doorway to the kitchen was narrow and in an obscure location near the front door of the apartment. He believed that these factors could have contributed to the fact the altercation was missed by other members of the assault element. SA 1111111.questioned ABH111111.1111.0egarding LCDR prior statement that Mr. AL-JAMADI was armed with a knife. He stated that he never saw a knife
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encounter and there had been speculation that he had been armed with the knife. LT WM. directed that ABH1 11111111111Ptake Mr. AL-JAMADI to the awaiting vehicles. He escorted Mr. AL-JAMADI to the base of the apartment complex stairs and then to the prisoner transport vehicle. ABH1 immithought AM111.11111111Pmay have assisted him escorting Mr. AL-JAMADI to the prisoner transport vehicle but was not certain. ABH1 1.11111111pstated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was breathing hard and blood was showing through his hood, but not "gushing." He told SAIIIIIIIPthat Mr. AL-JAMADI had some difficulty standing and walking, but believed it was a trick to slow him down. ABH111111111111prelated that Mr. AL-JAMADI understood English since he would react appropriately to his commands (given in English) and had also spoken to him in "perfect English" while in the apartment. ABH1 1111111111.anded Mr. AL-JAMADI off to
111111111111111111.the driver of the prisoner transport vehicle, also known as vehicle three. After handing off Mr. AL-JAMADI, ABH111.11111proceeded back to the apartment to assist in its search. Before he reached the apartment, he was advised they were leaving. ABH1 11111111111.returned to his assigned vehicle, vehicle two, and the convoy departed for a rally point where Mr. AL-JAMADI would be viewed by the ABH1Celated that he never again saw Mr. AL-JAMADI, stating he was on security at the ND locatiOn and never again had occasion to see him subsequent to the HD. The convoy
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departed the PE) point and went to FOB Falcon before returning to the SEAL Compound at BIAP. ABH1 111.1111111110stated that he was advised of Mr. AL-JAMADI's death later in the day. He subsequently gave a detailed account of his altercation with Mr. AL-JAMADI to BMCS
d was directed to make a written statement. ABH1 4111.1111.also stated that he told AM1Cbout the altercation and they periodically discussed it during his tour in Iraq. ABH1Cad nothing further to add to his this statement.
AGENTS COMMENT: ABH1Cad a stocky build. He was approximately !land stated he weighedirlbs. He stated that he feared for his life and would have shot Mr. C-JAMADI if given the opportunity. He related that details of his physical altercation with Mr. Al-JAMADI were somewhat unclear since the event unfolded very quickly and the lights were off in the kitchen.///LAST ENTRY///.
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Abo,ut 0916, 11 May 04, SACconducted an interview of LTJG
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U.S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, at the Headquarters of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NkyqugsAlisp.m), Coronado, CA. Present for the interview were Agents (immimpitidC jp,SE4Antelligence Agency, Office of the Inspector General (CT.AidIG), and LT , Judge Advocate General (JAG) ,,, NAVSPECWARCOM, San Diego, CA. ffibillelpefeedlie was the Assistant Officer in Charge (AOIC) as well as the Marshalling and alling Officer (MACO) of the operation to capture Mr. Manadel-AL-JA_MA_DI on 4 Nov 03. His duties in this capacity included the control and movement of detainees and external security of the target location. The objective of the operation was to ca SureMr. AL-JAMADI and search his residence. LTJG Cold SA
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that , information revealed that Mr. AL-JAMADI lived Cthird floor of an aPaMent bui ding south of Baghdad, and was an active member of a terrorist cell. He related that two distinct operations had been lantlestfQX.ANOt 03 nne,0 erationinvolvgdthpPa, Mr. AL-JAMADJ and Polish Commandos (GROM) assisted. ST-7C provided externa security at Mr. AL-JAMA DT's apartment. LT.Ta, táied that a si riefing, or Patrol Leader's Order (PLO), was held prior to the operation. He relate, that CIA personnel would typically he present at the PLO, but he did not recall who was present for Mt. AL-JAMADI's. LTJG did.
Cnot recall the hours. LTJGgra-denied,knoying the names of the CIA personnel involved in the operation, but Was able to prefide'SAIMIDWith descriptions of four who were involved. The inter reter was described as an ?' withC'air. Another, possibly
member, was describe as withChair. a andCThe remaining two were describedgik Cho was palledCand a persof i his ho was LTJGCelate that participants of the operation traveled to the target loc.ation b vehicle convoy. The convoy consisted of two CIA vehicles , and about 6- High Mobility Multi-pi.upoSe Wheeled Vehicles (TIMM-WV). Three of the HMMWV contained SEAL personnel and the remaining three contained GROM with ST-7 drivers and navigators. LTJG 1.111prelated he typically rode ,in vehicle three, but may have been in vehicle two for this operatitin. Occupants of LTJQCvehicle meluded Petty OfficerC driver), A1H1
r HT2C left i-eat pas8eriger §bat mlC right rear passenger seat), andChitret gunner). The convoy departed the SEAL ompound at Baghdad International Airp6 (BTAP) and drove to Forward Operating Base (FOB) St. Michael, where they coordinated with the resident Army Unit. Once coordination was comp lete, the convoy drove to a pre-designated intersection where they dropped off the three vehicles
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The convo then drove to Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment complex whete BMCS C 'marked" his apartment for identification. LTJG11.11Pelated he was near the end of the assault element "train" as it approached Mr. AL-JAMADI's third level apartment. LTJG Cdropped off security teams consisting of one SEAL and one GROM, at the first and second level of the stairwell before the train "stacked" in the stairwell just before the third level. HT211111.111110vas designated as the primary breacher and ABH1Cas designated as his alternate. HT2111111111klaced an explosive breaching charge on the door of the apartment believed to be Mr. AL-JAMADI's. The door was breached and the assault element entered the apartment. After making entry, it was determined they were in the wrong apartment, and that Mr. AL-JAMADI's was the adjacent apartment. An adult Iraqi male found in the first apartment was d_ etained. A decision was made to enter. Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment and ABH1ValMavas tasked to breach the door. ABH1 Cpproached the door while being ccivered. by IT2 Cand GM1CLTJG subiequently heard ABH1 Cell "open" and then heard a "commotion." About 15-assault element members then entered Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. LTJG Cemained outside the apartment on the third level since he was responsible for external security. LTJG inuiprelated that the apartment was secure about 30-45 seconds after entry was made. LTJG/111. denied that he ever entered Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. He stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI, his
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apartment was conducted for compact discs, cell phones, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) material, and illegal weapons. LTJG Cbelieved that ABH1111/11. escorted Mr. AL-JAMADI down the stairwell to the awaiting vehicles but was not certain. He recalled that Mr. AL-JAMADI's head was concealed with a green army-issue sandbag and he was wearing a gray "dishdash." LTJG.described Mr. AL-JAMADI as over 6' and "fairly thin." LTJG believed that Mr. AL-JAMADI was already contained in the cargo area of his vehicle when he arrived at the vehicle convoy. The male detained from the first apartment was placed in the rear of LTJGCvehicle with Mr. AL-JAMADI. The convoy then drove to the re-designated point where they had dropped off the GROM. While at this location
Imp'of the two detainees was conducted. LTJG wipescorted one of the detainees from his vehicle to the location of the PID, but was uncertain which. HM111.1111111pssisted LTJG
with the PID process. LTJGVatold SAC that he saw a cuf under Mr. AL-JA.MADI's left eye, and blood on his face when the hood was removed for the PID. LTJG also recalled that his left eye was "swelling up" and blood was on his hood. LTJ Cegcr-i6ed Mr. AL-JAMADI's demeanor during the PID as "alert, wide-eyed, and scared." Agent subsequently showed upon.a picture of Mr. AL-JAMADI taken after his death. He stated that he recalled the cut being bigger and agreed the cut was actually under his right eye and not his
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left. LTJG UMPtold SAIIIIIIIPthat both detainees were put through the PID process individually. LTJGCstated that he and HM1111111111110ndividuall escorted each detainee back to his vehicle after PID. Due to some Confusion with Cthe male taken from the first/wron a ment was,further detained T Tnon the conclusion of the PID,Olinp
The SEAL convoy then returned to FOB St. Michael and waited for the GROM to complete their mission. LTJG 111110did not recall any problems with either detainee while at FOB St. Michael. When the GROM returned to FOB St. Michael, the entire convoy returned to BIAP. The detainees were unloaded at the volleyball court in the center of the SEAL Compound until they were taken to an interrogation room located within an adjacent building for interrogation by CIA ersonnel. LTJAMsaid he watched the detainees while HM1C1111111111.and HM2 ,"dropped their gear." The detainees said nothing and were hooded and cuffed while in the volleyball court. Upon the return of HM1Cd HM211111111,LTJGCLook about 3 minutes to go to his tent and drop his ger. e id not recall anyone speaking to Mr. AL-JAMADI while he was in the volleyball court. LTJAIlliptated that Mr. AL-JAMADI dragged his feet as he and HM1
escorted him into the interrogation room. LTJG Cand HM1 p aceC' . AL-JAMADI in a chair located in the room. LTJG Cindicated the interroga ton was about 8'x12' with only one door. Plywood covered one wall of the room and the opposite wall
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which contained holes for the legs of the chair to prevent it from sliding. LTJG Cstated that two CIA interrogators and an interpreter were inside the room during the interrogation. He described one of the interrogators as an MI. withlriMpand a 1111111.1 LTJG described Mr. AL-JAMADI as "generally whiny" during the course of the interrogation. Hot recall what Mr. AL-JAMADI said during the interrogation, but seemed to recall that he was complaining. LTJG11111Pecalled that Mr. AL-JAMADI was hooded during the entire interrogation, but speculated that the hood may have been removed at one point during a medical screening. Mr. AL-JAMADI's hands were secured behind his back with flex cuffs and he was naked: LTJ0111.1aw blood soaking through Mr. AL-JAMADI's hood and recalled seeing a large scar on his left hip appearing to be from "bad surgery." He did not recall Mr. AL-JAMADI's breathing being labored describing it as "hard" due to his being out of shape and the shock of capture. LTJGglidenied hearing Mr. AL-JAMADI ever state that he was "dying." He stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI slid out of his chair about three times and had to be laced back in it by himself and HMlCLTJGCelieved that HM1Conclucted a cursory medical screening of Mr. AL-JAMADI at some point during the interrogation. LTJG
denied that Mr. AL-JAMADI was abused during the interrogation, but did admit that he had water poured over his head "probably at the direction of the CIA." He claimed he could not recall
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who doused Mr. AL-JAMADI with water. LTJG Celated, that he stayed for "most" of Mr. AL-JAMADI's interrogation, but eventually had to leave to help drop off the other detainee who was determined to wrongfully detained. He believed he was replaced by upon his departure. When LTJGgill, eturned, Mr. AL-JAMADI vvas gone. Later in the day, LTJGCwas advised that Mr. AL-JA_MADI had died. unoup as well as ABH1 IIIIIIRLTV/IMM and HM101110/Pvvere directed to make written statements by
4falltillilliMilliPLTJGgilidenied detailed knowledge of ABH1
hysical altercation with Mr. AL-JAMADI, but told SA 111111111.that he thought ITAIIIMPwas with him during the encounter. LTJG Imphad nothing further to add to this statement.///LAST ENTRY///
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About 1420, 11 May 04, SA iiiiilliconducted an interview of HM2 iimmimpup
U.S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, at the Headquarters of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NAVSPECWARCOIVI), Coronado, CA. Present for the interview were Agents1111111101.111Pand1111111111111rientral Intelligence Agency, Office of the Inspector General (CIA/OIG), and LT CJudge Adjutant General (JAG), Naval Special Warfare Group One, Coronado, CA. 141/12 fl told SA Che was deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in October, 2003 as a member of Foxtrot Platoon, ST-7. He acknowledged that he participated in the operation to capture MR Manadel Al-JAMADI on 4 Nov 03. HM2 1111111111. related that he was assigned to drive one of approximately 6 or 7-High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) involved in the operation. HM2 C-fated that he had trouble recalling the details of this particular operation because he had been involved in many such operations while deployed in Iraq. HM2Cassumed that he attended the Patrol Leader's Order (PLO) rior to the operation but could not recall if any CIA personnel were present. He recalled thatC elonging to the CIA were present in the convoy during the operation. HM2Cbelieve that BM1Cwas the vehicle navigator and was seated in the right front passenger seat The remaining occupants of his vehicle were Polish Commandos, also known as the "GROM." HM2 Cdenied ever being at the scene of Mr. AL-JAMADI's capture. He related that, as was previously planned, his vehicle was staged at a "drop-offpoint"
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JAMADI's. After paiticipating in the second raid, HM2 MOM linked up with the rest of the convoy and drove back to the SEAL Compound at Baghdad International Airport (BIAP). Upon his arrival at BIAP, HM2Cstated he "dropped his gear" and went to the interrogation room where a person he "filial t" was Mr. AL-JAMADI was being interrogated. HM2 111111110 recalled that LTJGC, HM1 C"possibly" CLinguist, a CIA Interpreter, a CIA Interrogator, and one additional CIA perSono was 'walking in and out of the room" were present in the interrogation room. He stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was seated in a
chair with a sandbag over his head. Mr. AL-JAMADI's hands were secured behind his back, he was wearing a tank top and sweat pants which were pulled down around his ankles. He recalled
that the CIA Interrogator leaned over Mr. AL-JAMADI yelling at him and, on at least one
occasion, placed his elbow on his chest. HM2 gliNgla.elated that at one point the hood was
removed from Mr AL-JAMADI's head, and he thought he saw blood on his lip. HM2111111111.111.
told SACthat Mr. AL-JAMADI had been doused with water during the interrogation. He
believed LTJG as responsible for the dousing since he recalled seeing him with a water
bottle in his hand. HM2Caid the interrogator eventually turned around and commented
there were too many people in the room so he left. HM2 11111111Pdenied he was in the room
more than two minutes. After leaving the interrogation room, HM2 Cwent to the
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"volleyball pit" adjacent to the interrogation room building. HM2 Ccalled seeing Mr. AL-JAMADI escorted from the interrogation building to an awaiting vehicle. He stated he was hooded, barefoot, and was wearing black sweatpants. HM2 ilillIMPtated that Mr. AL-JAMADI did not appear to be in distress. HM2 C'd not recall who escorted Mr. AL-JAMADI to the waiting vehicle. Agent howed HM211111111111Pa picture of Mr. AL-JAIVIADI taken after his death. He looked at the picture and stated he could not recall ever seeing him..1114211111111Mbad nothing further to add to this .statement///End of Statement/II
Agents Comment: HM2111111111111keemed to have a high degree of difficulty recalling the details surrounding the events of 4 Nov 03. He would take long pauses after certain questions apparently in an effort to search his memory for the correct answer. He often had to be given "hints" or information in an attempt to stimulate his memory. HM211111111111padmitted he had trouble recalling this specific operation.
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About 1500, 6 May 04, SAWN. interviewed BMCC S. Navy SEAL Team Seven (ST-7), Coronado, CA, at the N AL SPEC COA HEADQUARTERS (NAVSPECWARCOM), Coronado, CA. LT
Assistant Force Judge Advocate for the Command er, NAVSPEC ARCOM, San Diego, CA, Was present during the interview. BMC Celated that he was involved in the operation to capture Mr. Mana AL-JAMADI and ithilifiEM.1 details surrounding this event. BMCCidicated thatCriad provided ST-7 with information that Mr. AL-JAMAIAWailiiVOlved in Anti-Coalition activities, The mission CWas to capture Mr. AL JAIvIADI and search his residence. BMC — Ctold SA , 2,e was e Assault Team Cluelqf thiP,P,operation which was,to be con ue e on 4 Nov 03. 'A:66V g to
Mr. AL-JAMADI lived in an apartment outsidelliglidad, BMC
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-assault team, and LTJG ' ' — ---Cis the Officer iii-aWigiofthe marshAlling of prisoners
, and Illeorganization of their exfiliration from the target location. BMC Ctold SA that about 2100 or 2200, 3 Nov 03, he attended the final briefing for the operation, BMG recalled that Mr. AL-JAMADI was described as "fairly tall",but could not recall any -other delails of the briefing, involved in the operation were at least 30 Nav y pel SUIIIIZ im,luding SEAL ,,ApliNive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) and one linguist identified as Petty Officer Second -Class . About 5-High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicles (IIMMWV) and two Belonging to "Other Government Agency" (OGA) made1.1,,the nyehicle convoy used to transport personnel to Mr. Al-JAMADI's apartment. BMC C, stated that he was seated in the right front seat of the last vehicle in the convoy. He identified others in ,the,, vehicle asHM2C , driver OS2C(turret gunner), HMI' II rear seat), SKIC rear seat) and A02
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(cargo area). BMCCtold SA that CIA personnel were a so involved in the operation but he could no recall their names. BMC C' fated that about 0100, 4 Nov 03, the convoy departed the Special Operations Compound at thëBaghdad International Airport (BIAP) and drove to Forward Operating Base (FOB) St. Michael. About 0120, 4 Nov 03, the convoy arrived at FOB Si. Michael where they conducted radio checks and coordination with elements of the 82 11d Airborne Division. The convoy departed FOB St. Michael and arrived at Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment about 0155, 4 Nov 03. 0S2 C-._and HM2
remained with the vehicle while a minimum of 15 personnel, includiiijthree EOD
pergoitild ;approached Mr. AL-JAMADI's third-level apartment. BMC assumed a
position in the middle, position 6 or 7, of the assault element "train" as ittatfe' its-aPproach to the
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apartment. He related that LTIIIIIIINwould have been near the rear of the train and LTJG
11111twassomewhere between he and LT CBMCCdid not recall where ABH1Cas positioned in the train. HT2 Cwas designated as the breacher wlTowc)777)we the explosive charge on the door of Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. BMC IMMO related that the assault team breached, and entered, what they thought was Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment. About 60-90 seconds after making entry, the assault team realized they were in the wrong apartment. The assault team subsequently identified the adjacent apartment as that of Mr. AL-JAMADI. BMCCd the assault element "reset" on Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment and ABIll Csume the responsibility of breacher. BM believed that 11141 INNIMIAnd IT21111111111111Pprovide
. d security for ABH1
he approached Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment to place the breaching charge. BMCr
related that the assault team remained in the neighboring apartment waiting for the detonation of
the breaching charge, or the verbal alert of "open" which would indicate the establishment of a
clear path into Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment and initiate entry into the apartment. BMC

stated that he heard someone yell "open" which triggered the assault team to make
entry. BMCtold SA 1111.1111.that lights were on in the a artment when he entered
but he did not see ABH1CHe related that he saw ABH1 Cthe apartment a
short time later with Mr. AL-JAMADI. Mr. AL-JAMADI was face down on the floor with his
Chands-s-eeurCI CV 111.04, 1.•11 11.I.1.•1.el VI.' •.• O • . : . •.I II •
he did not see Mr. AL-JAMADI's face, due to the sandbag, and did not see any injuries on his
person. He told SA 111111111pthat he did not recall anything abnormal about Mr. AL-JAMADI's
breathing, if he was struggling and/or screaming, or what he was wearing. BMC Crelated
that Mr. AL-JAMADI's apartment was cleared "very quickly" estimating that Mr. AL-JAMADI
was in custody, and his apartment cleared, within three minutes of the initial breach into the wrong
apartment. BMC111.11.1pelated that Mr. AL-JAMADI, as well as an Iraqi National taken from
the first (wrong) apartment, were ultimately esco d to the waitin vehicles and transported to a
pre-designated point for C . BMC =MD denied
seeing Mr. AL-JAMADI being p ace into e prisoner transport vehicle and also denied seeing
him during the source identification. After Mr. AL-JAMADI was positively identified, the convoy
moved to FOB St. Michael where they remained for 15-26 minutes. During this time Mr. AL-
JAMADI remained in the prisoner transport vehicle. BMC Crelated the convoy returned
to BIAP between 0300 and 0400, 4 Nov 03. BMC Ctold SA Cthat Mr. AL-
JAMADI was off- loaded into the volleyball court at the SEAL compound but denied actually
seeing him placed at this location. He stated that Mr. AL-JAMADI was eventually taken into the
interrogation room located in a buildin adjacent to the volleyball court for interrogation by the
CIA. BMCtold SACat he never entered the interrogation room during Mr.

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G011eaulhave been present inside the interrogation room at all times. BMC interrogator naniedCand a "few other OGA personnel" were ificfoVecl inMr.AL-JAMADI's interrogation. He be1iëV1 the additionaj OGA PePP-nnPiirciuded a
AL-JAMADI's interrogation. He related that either LT IIIIIIIIIIIor Ly rJeceallci tizcdu
,
with aCand ppearmg to be in his. late
ssibly a Person losiowlit6 Iiiin' as'CHe added that 2-3
were also present during the interigatfo ' BMC , Crerared
at Mr. AL-JAMADI was ept at the SEAL compound for about one hour before being ken away by OGA personnel. BMC111111111.relatecl that, from a distance of about1J.Lie watched as Mr. AL-JAMADI was led froriiihi interrogation building by two imideniifiedWersonnel and placed in an OGAIIIIIIIMPor transport to Abu Ghraib Prison. He recalled that Mr. AL-
JAMADI's head was concealed by a sandbag, his hands were secured behind his back, and he was wearing a dark in color "itishclash." Mr. AL-JAIvIADI appeared to be cooperative with no medical distress. BMC.111111•Mdenied that Mr. AL-JAM/WI was handled in a rough manner when placed inAo„the,yehicle13MC IIIIII — old SA101111tat he believed he was talking to LCD111111111111111111104 the time M AL-.1AMADIced in the vehicle but did not recall any other SEAL personnel in the area. BMC .stated that he heard later in the day that Mr. AL-JAMADI had died from a heart attack or other natural cause. BMC C' elated that
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not go intip BMCIChad no recollection of what he was told by ABH1 e. -
BMCCclarified that he only saw Mr. AL-JAMADJ for two brief moments during operation -hi-010er saw any injuries on his person. BMC Chad no further information to add to this statement.///End of Statement/II
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Basis for Investigation: On 30 Jun 04, this office received a Request for Assistance from the 75 th
Military Police Detachment (OD) (FWD), Mosul, IZ, which requested this office locate, fully identify, and interview CPT CCommander, 372nd MP Company,515th CSB, APO AE 09342.
About 1002, 1 Jul 04, SA 1110111111.advised CPTIMIPbf his rights, which he invoked when he requested legal council. (See non-waiver certificate for details) ///LAST ENTRY///
SA 78th MP DET Forward (CID)Special Agent
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT

AUTHORITY:C Title 10, United States Code, Section 3012(g)
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE;CTo provide commanders and law enforcement officials with means by which information may be accurately identified.
ROUTINE USES:C Your Social Security Number is used as an additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate filing and retrieval.

DISCLOSURE:C Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary.

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PART I - RIGHTS WAIVERINON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE
Section A. Rights
The investigator whose name appears below told me that helshe is with the United States Army CC61v4,4, 1 -.
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SPerk
45e"4-Cand wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am suspectedlaccused:C 4./hltr.e. BeC(she asked me any questions about the off nsels), however, helshe made it clear to me that I have the following rights: not have to answer any question or say anything. hing I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.
ersonnel subject othe LICMJ I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me,
or bath.

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(For civilians not subject to the LICMJI I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with
an ne, a awyer
be appointed for me before any questioning begins.
If I am now willing to discuss the offensels) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, -or
speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below.

5.COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
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Section B. Wah;er
I understand my rights as stated above. I am now willing to discuss the offensels) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first and without having a lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES III available', 3.CSIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
1a.CNAME (Type or Print)
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE 4.CSIG TURE OF INVESTIGATOR
2a.CNAME (Type or Print) 5.CTYPED NAME OF INVESTIGATOR
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ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE .CORGAN
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Section C. Non•waiver
1.CI do not want to give up my rights
I want a lawyerC ElCIdo not want to be questioned or say anything
SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY S USPECTIACCUSED
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.WARNING • Inform the suspectlaccused of:

a.
Your official position.

b.
Nature of offensels1.

e..The fact that helshe is a suspectlaccused.
2..RIGHTS Advise the suspectlaccused of hislher rights as follows: "Before I ask you any questions, you must understand your rights'
a. "You do not have to answer my questions or say anything."
b. "Anything you say or do can be used as evidence against you in a criminal trial."
(For personnel subject to the UCMJI "You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before,
c. during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with you during questioning. This
lawyer

"Do you understand your rights?"
(If the suspectlaccused says "no," determine what is not understood, and if necessary repeat the
appropriate rights advisement.,If the suspectlaccused says "yes," ask the following question.)

"Have you ever requested a lawyer after being read your rights?"
(If the suspectlaccused says "yes," find out when and where. If the request was recent lie., fewer than
30 days auol, obtain legal advice whether to continue the interrogation. If the,suspectlaccused says "no,"
or if the prior request was not recent, ask himlher the following question.)

'can be a civilian you arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for you at no expense to you, or both.'
• Or •
For dams not subject to the UCMJI You have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and
after questioning and to have a lawyer present with you during questioning. This lawyer can be one you arrange for at your own expense, or if you cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be appointed for you before any questioning begins."
,d.."If you are now willing to discuss the offensels) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, you have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if you sign a waiver certificate."
Make certain thaeuspectfacciised folly understands hislher rights.
THE WAIVER
"Do you want a lawyer at this time?"
(If the suspectlaccused says "yes," stop the questioning until helshe has a lawyer. If the suspectlaccused
says "no," ask himlher the following question.)
"At this time, are you willing to discuss the offenselsl under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer and without having a lawyer present with you?" llf the suspect/accused says "no," stop the interview and hive him/her read and sign the non•waiver sectionpf the waiver certificate on the other side of this forrm if the suspectlaccused says "yes," have him/her read and sign the waiver section of the waiver certificate on the other side of this form.)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
WHEN SUSPECTIACCUSED REFUSES TD SIGN WAIVER CERTIFICATE If the suspecilaccused orally waives hislher rights but refuses to sign the waiver certificate, you may proceed with the questioning. Make notations on the waiver certificate to the effect that helshe has stated that helshe understands his/her rights, does not want a lawyer, wants to discuss the offense's) under investigation, and refuses to sign the waiver certificate.
IF WAIVER CERTIFICATE CANNOT BE COMPLETED IMMEDIATELY: In all cases .the waiver certificate must be completed as soon as possible. Every effort should be made to complete the waiver certificate before any questioning begins. If the waiver certificate cannot be completed at once, as in the case of street interrogation, completion may be temporarily postponed. Notes should be kept on the circumstances.
PRIOR INCRIMINATING STATEMENTS:

1. If the supsectlaccused has made spontaneous incriminating statements befOre being properly advised of hislher rights helshe should be told that such statements do nofobligate himlher to answer further questions.
COMMENTS lContinueo,
2. If the suspectlaccused was questioned as such either without being advised of hislher rights or some question exists as to the propriety of the first statement, the accused must be so advised. The office of the serving Staff Judge Advocate should be contacted for assistance in drafting the proper rights advisal.
NOTE:.If l'or 2 applies, the fact that the suspectlaccused was advised accordingly should be noted in the comment section on the waiver certificate and initialed by the suspectlaccused.
WHEN SUSPECTIACCUSED DISPLAYS INDECISION ON EXERCISING HIS OR HER RIGHTS DURING THE INTERROGATION PROCESS: If during the interrogation, the suspect displays indecision about requesting counsel (for example, "Maybe I should get a lawyer."), further questioning most cease immediately. At that point, you may question the suspectlaccused only concerning whether he or she desires to waive counsel. The questioning may not be utilized to discourage a suspectlaccused from exercising hislher rights. IFor example, do not make such comments as "If you didn't do anything wring, you shouldn't used an attorney .1
.
USAPPC vzoo.
REVERSE OF DA FORM 3881
DODDOACID957V 604
ROI NUMBER
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT 0237-03-CI D259-61219
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CID Regulation 1951
Page 1 of 4 Pages
DETAILS
About 0830, 20 Jul 04, SA'gliiillikoordinated with SACDesk Officer, 7H Desk, NCIS Headquarters, WNY Building 111, 716 Sicard ST SE, Washington, DC 20388-5380, who provided copies of
the following documents:
a. Investigative Action, 1 Jul 04, detailing the interview of qPIIMMia who denied abusing prisoners or witnessing any other member of SEAL Team Seven abusing a prisoner.
'b. Report of Investigation, 7 Jul 04, detailing the interview of1111111.on 1 Jul 04.
c. Sworn Statement of111.11, with an Addendum, 1 Jul 04, wherein/11M admitted members of
SEAL Team Seven assaulted a detainee (AL-JAMAIDI) during late October or early November 2003, while inwig stated.limp andCdumped cold water on the
the back of a HMMWV. detainee. IMP admitted he kicked the detainee in the stomach about ten times and punched the detainee in the back rib cage area 10-15 times. Valra stated Cand someone else (NFI) broke both of the detainee's trigger fingers. 11111111.tated most of the people present (including
either hit the detainee with the muzzles of their weapons or unche lcontinue il or about ten minutes until Cold them to stop.
s mci i ent.C ater in t e day he heard that the • etamee
anCso wtC
' d. Sworn Statement of mit 1 Jul 04, wherein she stated she never personally witnessed anyone abusing prisoners while she was in Ira . Cstated when detainees were brought in, OGA agents asked her andCto leave the area. Ctated this occurred on two separate occasions, after which they
stayed away from the area.
e. Transcript of an interview of Cundated, wherein CAPT —and CAPT began questioning and he,Crequested the presence of legal counsel.
f. Transcript of a second interview of Cundated, wherein CAPT Cand CAPT.
IIIIIMIPquestionedCin the presence of his defense counsel, LT C tated he felt he had covered for SEAL Team Seven during his interview by the CIA regar mg the death o JAMAIDI. IIIIIIIrstated members of his team physically assaulted detainees, i.e. kicked, punched, twisted their testicles, etc, while transporting them from the locations where they were initially captured to Camp Jenny Posey at BIAP. inimpalso stated members of the team physically assaulted detainees at Camp Jenny Posey
in a room that they called the "Romper Room".
g. givorn Statement of 1,11116 Jul 04, wherein IIIIIMPlescribed how members of SEAL Team SeVen assaulted detainees by kic *ng and punching them, kneein them in their heads and ribs, and twisting
•usin
their testicles.Cstated he articularl recalled
TYPED AGENT'S SA UENCE NUMBER Detainee Assessment Task Force, USACIDC
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
SIGNATURE DATE EXHIBIT
20 Jul 04

SE ONLY — Law Enforcement Sensitive
CID FORM 94
(Automated)
a_bcf/C___.a (.0-5
DODDOACID9574
x.
ROI NUMBER
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
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CID Regulation 195-1
Page 2 of 4 Pages
DETAILS
kofii111,1,
prisoners.C111i stated during October or November 2003, a detainee named Manudo (ALVAMADI) was interrogateUllrgeaten at Camp Jenny Posey and subsequently died either en route to or at Abn'Ghraib prison.
h.
Sworn Statement of., 7 Jul 04, whereinCprovided additional details oncerning the incident. `

i.
Sworn StatementC9 Jul 04, wherein he denied mistreating any prisoners or witnessing anyone else mistreating prisoners while he was in Iraq. C L.

J.
Sworn Statement o C, 9 Jul 04, wherein111111111stated he stayed behind and did not deploy with SEAL Team Seven. Cexplained his involvement in processing the team members' computers when they returned from the deployment. gallstated he did not observe anything out of the ordinary on the computers when he processed them.

k. Sworn Statement of C9 Jul 04, wherein he detailed the capture of AL-JAMAIDI and
,
stated he did not see anyone abuse AL-JAMAIDI. Cstated after they returned to, Camp Posey, he saw AL-JAMAIDI on his knees on the volleyball court. CtatedChe noticed a b16 5dCpatch about1Eee me es in neter seeping through the sandbag on AL-JAMAIDI's head. Ctated told him that AL-JAMAIDI hit a hooligan tool when he was put into the HMMWV. Calso provided details concerning the death of Farhad MOHAMMED (CID ROI 0046-04-CID3854, 649).
1. Sworn Statement ofC9 Jul 04, wherein he detailed the capture of AL-JAMADI and stated at no time did he have custody of AL-CIDL
...
m.
Sworn Statement ofC9 Jul 04, wherein he explained the SEAL Team's handling procedure's in regards to prisoners. Could not provide any relevant information pertaining to AL-JAMAIDI; although he recalled many details concerning the death of Farhad MOHAMMED (CID ROI 0046-04-CID389-80649).Ci'

n.
Investigative Action, 9 Jul 04, detailing the interview of C, who stated he had heard about prisoner abuses but had never personally participated in or in abusing detainees. After being advised of his legal rights"... invoked his right to remain silent and seek legal counsel.

o.
Investigative Action, 12 Jul 04, detailing the interview offeMon 9 Jul 04, who detailed his knowledge pertaining to AL-JAMAIDLCwas uncertain if he was on the mission to capture AL-JAMAIDI, but recalled that AL-JAMAIDI hadiater, died, 11111.subsequently invoked his legal rights and declined to make a statement.

TYPED AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
SA 111.11111111P Detainee Assessment Task Force, USACIDC
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
SIGNATUR DATE EXHIBIT 57,
20 Jul 04

CID FO 94 ONLY — Law Enforcement Sensitive
(Automated)
babG)---7C
DODDOACID9575
ROI NUMBER
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
0237-03-CI D259-61219
CID Regulation 195-1
Page '3 of 4 Pages
DETAILS
p.
Sworn Statement of MEM 13 Jul 04, wherein she related she heard AL-JAMAIDI had died at Abu Ghraib, but had no significant information concerning him.

q.
Sworn Statement of C15 Jul 04, who stated no excessive force was used during the capture of AL-JAMAIDI.Cstated AL-JAMAIDI was not abused en route back to Camp Jenny Posey. 11.11111Pstated he never participated in the abuse of prisoners and never saw any members of SEAL Team Seven abusing prisoners.

r.
Sworn Statement of C15 Jul 04, wherein he detailed the capture of AL-JAMAIDI. stated he never saw any abuse of detainees while in Iraq. qmastated he was shocked to hear the allegations that SEAL Team members might have injured AL-JAMAIDI since he never heard or saw anything indicative o abuse on the night in question.

s. Investigative Action, 18 Jul 04, detailing the interview of111111111111 on 16 Jul 04.

t.
Military Suspect's Acknowledgement and Waiver of Rights and Statement ofill11/11, 16 Jul 04, wherein described the capture and handling of AL-JAMAIDI. WEN=stated while they were transportmg AL-JAMALEIN and another detainee in a I-IMMWV, he saw Cpunch one of the detainees in the body.CstatedCstated, "Hey,. give this turd a knock" or words to that effect.

stated he punched the detainee in the arm. minitated he later identified the detainee that they as -JAMAIDI based on a photograph of the SEAL Team Seven members and the detainees.
. Investigation Action detailing the results of an attempted interrogation of11111111.on 19 Jul 04. 111._invoked his legal rights and requested legal counsel.
Ar. Sworn Statement of11111111111111111111, 19 Jul 04, whereing/...1111etailed his knowledge of the capture and subsequently handling of AL-JAMAIDLVIIIIIIIMdenied assaulting AL-JAMAIDI or witnessing anyone else assaulting AL-JAMAIDI.
w.
Sworn StatementC19 Jul 04, wherein he denied any knowledge of team members striking or hitting detainees.

x.
Sworn Statement o1 C19 Jul 04, wherein he detailed his involvement in the capture of AL-JAMAIDIMI stated he never saw anyone assaulting detainees.

About 0900, 20 Jul 04, SACmet with SACSAC Division Chief, Personal Crimes Division, NCIS; SA CSqua•Leader, Death Investigations, NCIS; Special
A:entC NCIS; Special Investigator (SI) C CIA OIG; and Special
TYPED A. NCE NUMBER. ORGANIZATION
SAC Detainee Assessment Task Force, USACIDC
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
SIGNATUR DATE EXHIBIT
20 Jul 04

CID FORM 94 0 F.NLY — Law Enforcement Sensitive (Automated) No 7*vpra_b DODDOACID9576
ROI NUMBER
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
0237-03-CID259-61219
CID Regulation 195-1
Page 4 of 4 Pages
DETAILS
vestigator11.1.111.11.10CIA OIG. SICand SICadvised their investigation load revealed that the CIA personnel involved in the interrogation of AL-JAMAIDI had not been entirely
''C
thful in their accounts of the incident, but declined to provide specifics. SI Crelated one of the
dividuals (whom he declined to further identify) had admitted removing the sand bag that was used to hood
-JAMAIDI. SICstated the individual's explanation for taking the sand bag was not believable.
e individual claimed he took the bag to secure it because he believed there would be an inquiry into the death and the bag might be considered significant Celated the individual in question claimed to have isrovided the bag to as_ecurity officer at the Chowever, further investigation had not corroborated
his statement SAIIIII. related NCIS Agents had advised _f his legal ri t$ on 19 Jul 04,
inch he initially waer-tr , hen later invoked during questioning C and SICa eed to arrange re-interviews of SEAL Team Seven members at San Diego, CA on or about 23 Jul 04. SA advised he also needed to interview SSGIMIconcerning his knowledge of the handling of
I//LAST ENTRY///
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TYPED AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
SAC , Detainee Assessment Task Force, USACIDC
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
SIGNATURE DATE EXHIBIT
20 Jul 04

CID FORM 94C ONLY — Law Enforcement Sensitive
(Automated) c9.403
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DODDOACID9577
Exhibits 40 through 62..
Page(s).269 - 362.referred to
NNIS

DODDOACID9578

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ROI NUMBER
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
0195-04-CID259
CID Regulation 195-1
PAGE 1 OF 1 PAGES
DETAILS
At 1341, 22 Jul 04, SAIMILadvised LTCC MNF-I C2, Victory Base, IZ APO AE 09342, of his legal rights, which he invoked and requested legal council. (See Non-Waiver Certificate for details)///LAST ITEM///
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER
SA .11010111111110,11110 78th MP Det (CID) (FWD) CID FORM 94-E FOR OFFICIAL U E ONLY EXHIBITC 1 OCT 95 LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
PROTECTIVE MARKING IS EXCLUDED FROM 3 (03
AUTOMATIC TERMINATION (Para 13, AR 340-16) (When Data Is Entered)
DODDOACID9579e.

02.17- al--GYP,e57-4;/ 2/
RIGHT1 -A4RNING PROCEDURE/WA/VER CERTII-. -ITE
For use of this form, see AR 190-30; the proponent agency is ODCSOPS
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT

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 additional/alternate means of identification to facilitate filing anal retrieval.
DISCLOSURE:.Disclosure of your Social Security Number is voluntary.

1..LOCATION 2. DATE. TIME 4. FILE NO.
78th MP Det (CID)(FWD), Camp Victory, IZ APOAE 09342 Ora 'u L 04CI "%-kt. 0195-04-CID259
5. N. ¦ i.V 8..ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
114Ni- T C2
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7..GRA.TUS V IC-Ory 5ase , ' .-ra.).A PO AC-0934 Z
PART / - 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 Special
Agent and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am
suspected/' Murder, Accessory After the Fact, and Conspiracy/1/

.
Before he/she asked me any questions about the offense(s), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
1..I do not have to answer any question or say anything.
2..Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial.
3..(For personnel subject othe UCMJ I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me
during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me,
or both.

-01 -(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 auestionina. I understand that this lawyer can be one that I arrange for at my nwn expense oLitjs4 rrr_ awyerard_w nt one, a lawyer
q_Liffqa
will be appointed for me before any questioning begins.

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

5..COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
Section B. Waiver
I understand 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 lawyer present with me.
WITNESSES (If available) 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
la..NAME (Type or Print)
b..ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE 4,
2a..NAME (Type or Print) OF INVEST/ A.R
pecial Agent
b..ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS AND PHONE 6..ORGANIZATION OF INVESTIGATOR
78th MP Det (CID)(FWD) Camp Victory, IZ APO AE 09342
Section C. Non-waiver
1,.ilest to give up my rights
t a lawyer. ..I do not want to be questioned or say anything

2..SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEW
ATTACH THIS WAIVER CERTIFICATE TO ANY SWORN STAT UENTLY EXECUTED BY THE SUSPECT/ACCUSED
USAPA 2.01
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LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
DODDOACIELLWO/
ROI NUMBER
AGENT'S INVESTIGATION REPORT
0237-03-C1D259-61219
CID Regulation 195-1
PAGE 1 OF 2 PAGES
DETAILS:
bout 1330, 8 Jun 04, SA 11.110Preceived the Final Latent Print Division Report (USACIL Case umber 2004-CID131-0785) for the examination of the chlorine bottle found on the shower room floor. he examination revealed that no identifiable latent prints were found or developed on the bottle. (See ab Report for details).
bout 0900, 24 May 04, SAVRIMPreceived Interview Reports of 1LT 109th Medical Battalion, South Dakota National Guard, and PFC 11111111111111.111111.372" ilitary Police (MP) Co., Cumberland, MD, obtained by Special Investigators . nd Central Intelligence Agency, Office of the Inspector General (CIA/OIG), regarding their knowledge of Mr. AL JAMADI's death. (See Interview Reports for details).
bout 0900, 23 Jul 04, SA 411.11111Preceived four photographs from SA impompNCIS, of. SEAL Team Seven (ST-7) members posing with Mr. AL JAMADI shortly after his capture. (See hotographs for details).
bout 0900 18 Aug 04, SA 11111111.received an e mail notice from. SA IIIIIIIIIIMOstating that COL. had retained legal counsel and declined to be interviewed.
bout 0930, 2 Sep 04, SA IIIIIIIpreceived Interview Reports of SGT Com s any, 109th Medical Bn., South Dakota National Guard, SPC HSC Co. 109th Medical Bn., Iowa National Guard, SPC B Company, 109th Medical Bn. South Dakota National Guard, A02
U.S. Navy, HMCS. U.S.
avy ST-7, Coro.CA, AOAN. Coronado, CA,
GM2. U.S. Navy ST-7, Coronado, CA, LT. U.S.

avy, Pearl Harbor, I, and BMC . U.S. Navy, obtained by Agents.and See Interview Reports for details).
bout 1100, 17 Sep 04, SA illiiiitreceived the Final Serology/DNA Division Report (USACIL Case umber 2004-CID131-0785) for the examination of coveralls recovered from the death scene. (See Lab eport for details).
bout 1930, 30 Sep 04, SA wawa coordinated with SA.NCIS. He related that NCIS did not require any further assistance from CID regarding the Al-JAMADI investigation.
bout 1330, 1 Oct 04, SAIIIMIRreceived a Transmittal of Information from SA .The Information consisted of interviews of Navy personnel and photographs pertaining to the Al-JAMADI "nvestigation (See. NCIS reports for details).
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
75 th MP DET CID (-), USACIDC
SA Mosul, Iraq APO AE 09334

DATE EXHIBIT
/ ee-r Oy
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DODDOACID9581
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AGENT S INVESTIGATION REPORT
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• GENTS COMMENT: Throughout the course of this investigation SA 111/11111111freceived several news articles pertaining to this investigation from a variety of sources///LAST ITEM///.
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TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
75th MP DET CID (-), USACIDC SA Mosul, Iraq APO AE 09334
SIGNATURE DATE EXHIBIT
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

US ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
4553 N 2ND STREET
FOREST PARK, GA 30297-5122

CILA-LP 4 May 2004

MEMORANDUM FOR SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 75TH MILITARY POLICE
DETACHMENT (CID)(-), 22ND MILITARY POLICE BATTALION, (USACIDC),
APO AE 09335

SUBJECT: Latent Print Division -Final Report
USACIL Case NuMber:2004-CID131-0785
Submitter Case Number 0237-0.3.-CID259-61219

EXHIBITS:

2 - Plastic bottle containing chlorine granules (Item 6, DOc
541-03).

FINDITGS-

1.
No identifiable latent prints were present or developed on
Exhibit 2.

2.
Two original reports have been produced. These reports were
completed at or near the time of the forensic examination(s) and
prepared in the ordinary course Of business by the undersigned.
These reports were made by the regularly conducted activity as a
regular, practice of the United States Army Criminal
Investigation Laboratory. Point of contact/ is the Evidence
Processing Division, DSN 797-7082/7109/7110, CoMmercial (404)
469.-7082/7109/7110, Fax DSN 797-7112, or Email:
usacil@usacil.army.mil.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

US ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
4553 N 2ND STREET
FOREST PARK, GA 30297-5122

CILA-EP 5 May 2004

MEMORANDUM FOR SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 75TH MILITARY POLICE
DETACHMENT (CID) (-),- 22ND MILITARY POLICE BATTALION, (USACIDC),
APO AE 09335

SUBJECT: Forensic Division Report(s)
USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785
Submitter Case Number 0237-03-CID259-61219

1.
Enclosed are the Interim Laboratory Exhibit List (Encl 1)
and the Final Division Report for the Latent Print (Encl 2)
Division. The Serology/DNA DivisiOn Report is pending.

2.
Two original reports have been produced. These reports were
completed at or near the time of the forensic examinations) and
prepared in the ordinary course of business by the forensic
examiners) assigned to the case. These reports were made by
the re•ul
United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory. One
original report is enclosed and, the other' is. kept in the
official files of this laboratory and maintained IAW AR 25-400-2
and CIDR 195-1.

3.
All items received in the laboratory for examination are
returned to the submitting agency upon completion of laboratory
testing.

4.
LAW AR 195-2, requests and fund cites for court _appearances
of Laboratory Examiners will be made at least 10 Working days
prior to the date of court prodeedings.

5.
Point of contact is the Evidence Processing Division, DSN
797-7082/7109/7110, Commercial (404) 469-7082/7109/7110, Fax DSN
797-7112, or Email: usacil@usacil.army.mil.

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INTERIM LABORATORY EXHIBIT LISTING

SUBJECT: USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785
Submitter Case Number 0237-03-CID259-61219

EXHIBITS:

1 - Jumpsuit (Item 1, Doc 541-03).
2 - Plastic bottle containing chlorine granules (Item 6, DOC
541-03).

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

US ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
4553 N 2ND STREET
FOREST PARK, GA 30297-5122

0237-03-M259 61219
CILA-SD 19 May 2004

MEMORANDUM FOR SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 75TH MILITARY POLICE
DETACHMENT (CID)(-), 22ND MILITARY POLICE BATTALION, (USACIDC)
APO AE 09335

SUBJECT: Serology/DNA Division - Final Report
USACIL Case NuMber 20047CID131-0785
Submitter Case Number 0237-03-CID259-61219

EXHIBITS:

1 - Jumpsuit (Item 1, Doc 541-03).
2 - Bottle (Item 6, Doc 541-03).

FINDINGS:

1.
Presumptive testing indidated the presence of• blood on
twenty stains from Exhibit 1 (jumpsuit).

2.
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) profile results were developed
using PCR (Pblymerase Chain Reactibn) technology at the
genetic loci TH01, TPDX, CSF1P0, D8S1179, D21S11, D18S51,
D3S1358, vWA, FGA, D16S539, D5S818, D13S317, D7S820 and the -7-

gender determination locus amelogenin.

3.
The DNA profile developed from-eighteen stains (stains 1-8
and 11-20) on Exhibit 1 (jumpsuit) . is from unidentified
male #1.

4.
The DNA profile developed from one stain (stain 10) on
Exhibit 1 (jumpsuit) is a mixture consistent with
contributions from unidentified male #1 and unidentified
male #2..

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SUBJECT: Serology/DNA Division - Final Report
USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785
Submitter CaSe Number 0237-03-CID259761219

5.
These results may be compared to potential contributors
when suitable standards for comparison-are submitted to the
laboratory.

6.
Na. DNA profile was..developed from one stain (stain 9) on
Exhibit 1 (jumpsuit).

7.
No examinations were conducted on Exhibit 2 (bottle).

8.
The above listed exhibits will be returned to the
submitting agency upon the completion of laboratory
testing.

9.
Two original reports have been prodtced. These reports
were completed at or near the time of the forensic
examination(s) and prepared in the ordinary course of
business by the undersigned. These reports were made by
the regularly conducted.of

activity as a regular prdc. 1Le
the United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory.
POint.of contact is the Evidence Processing Division, DSN
797-7082/7109/7110, Commercial (404) 469-7082/7109/7110, Fax
DSN 797-7112, or Email: usacil@usacil.army.mil.

Forensic DNA Examiner

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US ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
4553 N 2ND STREET
FOREST PARK, GA 30297-5122

CILA -EP 24 May 2004

MEMORANDUMFOR SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 75TH MILITARY POLICE
DETACHMENT (CID) (-), 22ND MILITARY POLICE BATTALION, (USACIDC),
APO AE 09335

SUBJECT: Forensic Division Report(s)
USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785
Submitter Case Number 0237-03-CID259-61219

1.
Enclosed are the Final Laboratory Exhibit List (Encl 1) and
the Final Division Report for the Serology/DNA (Encl 2)
Division.

2.
Two original reports have been produced. These reports were
completed at or near the time of the forensic examinations) and
prepared in the ordinary course of business by the forensic
examinercs) assigned to the case. These reports were made by

United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory. One

'original report is enclosed and the other is kept in the
official files of this laboratory and maintained IAW AR 25-400-2
and CUR 195-1.

3.
All'items received in the labbratory for examination are
returned to the submitting agency upon completion of laboratory
testing.

4.
IAW AR 195-2, requests and fund cites for court appearances
of Laboratory Examiners will be made at least 10 working. days
prior to the date of court proceedings.

5.
Point of contact is the Evidence Prodessing Division, DSN
797-7082/7109/7110, Commercial (40.4) 46977082/7109/7110, Fax DSN
79777112;• or Email: usacilQusacil.army.mil.

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SUBJECT: Forensic Division Report(s)

USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785

Submitter Case Number 0237-03-CID259-61219

RETURN EVIDENCE AND REPORTS TO: COMMANDER, 22ND MP BN (CID),
ATTN: EVIDENCE CUSTODIAN, APO AE 09342

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FINAL LABORATORY EXHIBIT LISTING

SUBJECT:.

USACIL Case Number 2004-CID131-0785
Submitter Case Number 0237-03-CID259-61219

EXHIBITS:

1 - Jumpsuit (Item 1, Doc 541-03).
'2 - Plastic bottle containing chlorine granules (Item 6, Doc
541-03).

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Exhibits 67 68

Page(s).375 - 382.referred to
Central Intelligence Agency Office of the
Inspector General

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Exhibit 69
page(s).-383- 386.referred to NOES
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Exhibits 70.through78.

Page(s).387 - 415.referred to
Central Intelligence Agency Office of the
Inspector General

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Exhibit 79

Page(s) .416 - 495.referred to
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Washington Post
June 25, 2004 Pg. 18
MP Says Prison's Top Intelligence Officer Saw Dead Detainee
By 11111111111PVashington Post Staff Writer
BAGHDAD, June 24 -- The company commander of the U.S. soldiers charged with abusing detainees at Abu Ghraib prison testified Thursday that the top military intelligence commander at the prison was present the night a detainee died during an interrogation and that efforts were made to conceal the details of the detainee's death.
Capt. 1111111111111pcommander of the 372nd Military Police Company, said he was summoned one night in November to a shower room in a cellblock at the prison, where he discovered the body of a bloodied detainee on the floor. A group of intelligence personnel was standing around the body, discussing what to do, and Co1.11111111111111. commander of military intelligence at the prison, was among them,111111 said.
aid an Arm colonel.named .sent a soldier to the prison mess hall for ice to preserve the body overnight. Lt. Col.. as s ead of the interrogation center at the prison, but it was unclear whether he was the officer to whomilliteferred.
testified that he heard -ay at one point, "I'm not going down for this alone."
An autopsy the next day determined that the man's death was caused by a blood clot resulting from a blow to the head, and the body subsequently was hooked up to an intravenous drip, as if the detainee was still
alive, and taken out of the prisonllabrecalled. There is no known record of what happened to the body
after that.
11111111testimony came during the first day of an investigative hearing for Spec. .ne of seven Army reservists from the 372nd charged with abusing detainees at the prison late last year.
During investigations of alleged abuse at Abu Ghraib, statements by other witnesses have described the
death of the detainee, and the corpse appears in photographs documenting abuse at the prison. But no
testimony or evidence had previously indicated .was in the shower room on the night the detainee
died.
During an earlier hearing for another soldier in the 372nd, Spec. 111111.111.10testified that a Navy
SEAL team and officers from other government agencies -- referred to as OGA, a common designation for
CIA operatives -- brought the detainee in alive with a bag over his head. liglipsaid he later saw that the
man had been severely beaten on his face.
Intelligence officers took the detainee to a shower room for interrogations,4111Isaid, and shackled
him to a wall. "About an hour later, he died on them; testified. "They decided to put him on ice.
There was a battle between [OGA] and MI [milita rgence] as to who was going to take care of the
body. A couple days later, he was finally disposed of."

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