CID Report (Death): 0271-2004-CID014-74360

Investigation into validity of statements by a soldier claiming to have been involved in the abuse and murder of Iraqi detainees on January 18, 2004, while he worked in the Intensive Care Ward, Camp Anaconda, Balad, Iraq. An Investigation revealed that the murders did not occur as alleged and that the soldier committed the offense of false official statement.

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Investigative File
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Tuesday, September 7, 2004
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Sunday, November 7, 2004
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Law Enforcement Sensitive
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
U.S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND Fort Bliss Resident Agency
6th Military Police Group (CID), P.O. Box 6350, Building 13, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916-9916
07 Sep 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR: SEE DISTRIBUTION

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=-SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - FINAL/SSI - 0271-2004-CID014-74360 - SHIP / 5M2
DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 18 JAN 2004, 0001 - 14 FEB 2004, 2359; INTENSIVE CARE WARD, CAMP
ANACONDA, BALAD, IRAQ

2.24 JUN 2004, 1410 - 24 JUN 2004, 2001; FORT BLISS RESIDENT AGENCY,
FORT BLISS, TX 79916-9916

DATE/TIME REPORTED: 23 JUN 2004, 1738
INVESTIGATED BY: 111C-1 ,b (7-1 loot
SA 111111111111111111111111MOIP

SUBJECT:
1.NONE, ; MURDER (UNFOUNDED) (NFI)

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2. PC;
MAL ; HER; A COMPANY, WILLIAM BEAUMONT ARMY MEDICAL CENTER,
FORT BLISS, TX 79916; MC ; FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT

VICTIM:
1.UNKNOWN, (DECEASED) ; CIV; IRAQ; MALE; OTHER; MURDER
(UNFOUNDED) (NFI)

2.U.S. GOVERNMENT; FORT BLISS, TX 79916; FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT
INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
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About 1738, 23 Jun 04,.MAJ pB Company (CO) William
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Beaumont Army Medical ente AMC), Fort Bliss, TX (FBTX) notified this office one of his counselors. Ms Contractor. 11111.111.1.1Kr ess'cpl a Performance Development Group, San Antonio, TX, informed him SPC tolher he
abused Iraqi detainees.
Investigation established probable cause to believe SP °rifted the offense of False
Official Statement when he stated he did not tell Ms. Iled and abused Iraqi
detainees, a statement he knew to be false.

i.a..t;pn revealed the offense of murder did not occur as alleged. It was determined SPC /tilde the story up involving the abuse of Ifaqi detainees as additional interviews did not corroborate his claims nor were there any deaths during the time frame of the claims which
-supported the allegation.
STATUTES:
Article 118, UCMJ: Murder (Unfounded) Article 107, UCMJ: False Official Statement
EXHIBITS/SUBSTANTIATION:
ATI-ACHED: 66-1,
1. Agent's Investigative Report (AIR) of SA111111¦129 Jun 04, detailing the initial complaint, interviews of Ms. RCPTMk and SPC consent to search, and 1014.-4 , 66-(1 search and re-interviews of Ms. and SPANN" b 4C--bb 5'
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Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SPC 25 Jun 04, detailing he denied he told Ms. -he killed or abused Iraqi detainees.

3.
Consent to Search of SPC H-525 Jun 04.

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4. Sworn Statement of MAilikati225 Sun 04, detailing SPC1111114tc; her he killed and
abused Iraqi detainees while he was deployed to Iraq.
5. Copy of Memorandum for Record of Ms. H, 23 Jun 04, detailing the summary of
the counseling with SPC MIDHbp-b6
kgc,..1_41(4,4Vaiver Certificate and Sworn Statement of SPC ?9 Jun 04, admitting he told Ms. 1.11111111he killed and abused Iraqi detainees. buthe did not mean the things he said.
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c.--Wcoi-
_ , 09 Jul 04, detailing canvass interviews, interviews of Ms.
Vall011. LTCliMMMMMIMCOL111.11PMrs 1•11111100111111. MAJOIIIMINIMO and

7_ AIR of SA -11111•111111111
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S. Canvass Interview Worksheet, 30 Jun 04.
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9. Sworn Statement of Ms. 09 Jul 04, detailing SPC never told her he killed
and abused Iraqi detainees while he was deployed to Iraq.

10.Copy of AIR of SA gm....m.m/pBalad, Iraq CID, 13 Jul 04, detailing interviews of 1SG UMW CPLIMMID, COLUMN* coordination with Patientl' -fc-7 ,134-3 H SSG Hand LTC1111111111111111l0-cA Administration Division, interviews of CPT -N
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11.Copy of Sworn Statement of SS 1 Jul 04, detailing she was never told or saw SPC 111111111killing or abusing Iraqi detainees while she was deployed to Iraq. teu_ h 12.AIR of SA-IIH. --. 30 Aug 04, detailing receipt of medical records, coordination with OSJA, and the unit.
13. Copy of Medical Records of SPC
NOT ATTACHED:
None.
The originals of Exhibits 1 through 4, 6 through 9, and 12 are forwarded with the USACRC .copy of this report. The originals of Exhibits 10 and 11 are retained in the files of Balad, Iraq The original of Exhibit 13 is retained in the files of WBAMC, FBTX.
STATUS: This is a Final Report. Commander's report of Disciplinary Action (DA Form 4833) is pending.
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DISTRIBUTION: • 1-Dir, USACRC, Attn: CICR-CR, 6010, 6th Street', Ft Belvoir, VA 22060-5506 1-PM, Ft Bliss, TX 79916 (e-mail only) 1-SJA, (ATTN: CPT UMW Ft Bliss,TX, 79916 104c-• 3 , I,6-3 [-PMO, Ft, Bliss, TX 79916 (e-mail only) 1-CDR, WBAMC, Ft Bliss, TX 79916 1.-THRU: Cdr, 11th MP Bn (CID), Fort Hood, TX 76544
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TO: Cdr, USACIDC, 6010 6th St, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 1-SJA, (ATTN: MAJ ,, SJA, Fort Bliss, TX 79916 isa c -3 , 13 1-USACIDC, LNO, MEDCOM (E-MAIL ONLY) 1-FILE
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DETAILS

FOR INVESTIGATION: About 1738, 23 Jun 04, MAJ
B Company (CO) William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC),
Fort.

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i s, X (FBTX) notified this office, one of his counselors, Ms.

Contractor, limmumm Professional Performanceblc-4 blp"
Development Group, San Antonio, TX, informed him SPC MIMI told her heb9-5"
abused Iraqi detainees.

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About 1800, 23 Jun 04, SA 111111111111•10telephonically interviewed Ms. immilip who stated she had counseled SPC IMINNOPon three occasions. Ms. 1 ¦111110s4C El%
= stated the first was when he first returned from Iraq and in-processed her station, the second time was 22 Jun 04, in the break area when SPC 11111111111110121 +44 told her he needed ii iiipn appointment with her because he wanted to
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speak to stated aniiiiiitment was made for 1500, 23 Jun

04. Ms..Vaialb irelated she and SPC 7poke awhile about why he was so
angry and during their conversation she asked SPC gimp "If you had to
think of the worst experience in Iraq, what would it be?" SPC
reported two experiences; the first was when he was in a vehicle and an
Iraqi soldier threw a child into the road so his vehicle could run over
the child, and tikiiiird was when SPC imphad to care for Iraqi0.4.-51 (1..
prisoners. Ms..tated SPC IIMMMIWwas assigned to care for Iraqi
prisoners and SPC INIMMOwas angry towards them because he could remember a
time when he had to use six pints of blood on an Iraqi soldier and there
were times when t e e was not enough blood for American Soldiers. Ms.
OMOMMO¦ stated SPC.

told her there were several occasions in which SPC
--placed bleach into Iraqi soldiers IV's, and also inte tion 1/y cut
arteries of the Iraqi soldiers to make them bleed out. Ms.ffurther
stated SPC MMINIMOtold her when he was told to feed the prisoners, he would
spit in their food and those soldiers who were under his care received
death certificates stating they di.not

u e of.
because other circumstances. Ms. stated SPC told her he
would also punch prisoners when they told him they wanted to sleep in and

erasion,.iiiiant once caught him punching a prisoner. Ms.

SPC old her the sergeant took him aside and told him
his behavior -was wrong and because of that he was later transferred to the
emergency room (ER) ur..A .

.then was later moved to be someone's driver.
Ms. IMINNOOstated SPC Wilgtold her he knew of other Soldiers who where
also mistreating the prisoners, but no one did anything as bad as he did
and they had an agreement of whatever happens in Iraq stays in Iraq. Ms.

TYPED AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER H ORGANIZATION
Ft Bliss Resident Agency (CID)
1 1 th MP Bn, USACIDC

SA H FT Bliss, TX 79916
SIGNATURH EXHIBIT

DATE.
29 Jun 04

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related SPuimmimptold h h %,,_ws not lyinigiiiiebut if she told
anyone, he would deny it. Ms.. -Itated SPC lad been back from
Iraq for about iti‘iiiigks and was redeployed because he w-s .ng out of

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the Army. Ms. related the day she spoke to S was his
second day back to the Labor acid Deliver Unit. Ms. stated she
finally terminated the session about 1625, 23 Jun 04. Ms. VOOMMOOstated
SPC 11111.11was insisiiiwtwhetheror p.e was going to report their
conversation. Ms. tated SPC told her he did not want his
chain of command to know what he told her.

About 1220, 24 Jun 04, G-I -6-
SA EMMOMMOPinterviewed CPT 111.11111111.1111111114.6111111111UMW A CO, WBAMC, FBTX, who stated she spoke with SPC VUOMWon several occasions since his return. CPT 1111111111¦ stated he was not a problem soldier and she was told by his old commander, CPT 1111.1111111.1111111111111111111111111111.W4g.-1 A CO, 31st CSH, FBTX, he was a good Soldier that was never in trouble. CPT
IIIMMOstated she left Iraq in Oct 03, prior to SPC IMMIWarriving there
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and while she was working in the same area as SPC later worked in,Ioc.

there was no access to b a CPT IMMOrstated shortly after SPC !b7- 61°C;1 returned from Iraq, SPC told her he was not comfortable conducting patient care at the Labor Deliver unit and wanted to be transferred. CPT
IMMMrstated she told 4eke leave and to plan on going back to work upon his return. CPT stated she also told him t ere were a lot of resources available for him to talk to someone. CP sated she saw SPC IMMIllpon his first day back from work and SP told her he might need talk to someone aill,94A,p3 told him to just let her knowl„apade.spe would take care of it. CPT related she did not refer SPC Millikto Ms.kRe..4{ 1 14,-q
wand she did not know h sto talk to her until after the fact.
CPT 11011Wfurther stated SPC possible duties while deployed were
checking vital signs, turning the individuals, changing IV's, and
stocking.

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About 1410, 24 Jun 04, SA gmmilwadvised SPC mommmbof his legal rights
which he waived rendering a sworn statement denying he killed or harmed
any Iraqi detainees' under his care. (See Waiver Certificate and Sworn
Statement for details)

TYPED AGENTS NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION
Ft Bliss Resident Agency (CID)
Il th MP Bn, USACIDC

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DETAILSs

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igarobtained consent to search from SPC
ror his barracks room located at Building 909C Room 240A, FBTX.
(See Consent to Search for details)

;wiiliZsQ9, 24 Jun 04, SAIIMil -
Abou ,524 Jun 04, SA Iigii!and Skalliiiii6Conducted a search of SPC barracks room. The search did not reveal anything of evidentiary value.
re-interviewed Ms. ummelbwho provided a
About 1824, 25 Jun 04, SA -
sworn statement in which she detailed SPC INIMPtold her he killed and
abused a numerous amount of detainees. (See Sworn Statement for details)
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with Ms..

About 1836, 25 Jun 04, SA coordinated 1111661/who provided
a cop of a memorandum for record she typed detailing her actions and what
SPC told her during his counseling session. (See Memorandum for
Record for details)
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About •1330, 29 Jun 04, SA unnip readvised SPC 1111Mpof his legal
rights, which he waived rendering a sworn statement in which he
admitted he told Ms. - that he killed and harmed Iraqi detainees under his care; however, he denied ever carrying out the acts which he claimed. (See Waiver Certificate and Sworn Statement for
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The investigator whose name appears below told me that cheishe is with the United States Army
Criminal Investigation Command as a Special Agent 1,94.4.•s--5" and wanted to question me about the following offense(s) of which I am suspected! Murder//, Befinc-1?eish=d me any questions about the offense(i), however, he/she made it clear to me that I have the following rights:
do not have to answer any questions or say anything. ything 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 daring questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer 1 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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pointed for me before any questioning begins. I am now willing to discuss the offense(s) under investigation, with or without a lawyer present, I have a right to stop answering questions at any time, or speak privately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below.
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LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MIDDLE NAME SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER GRADE/STATUS
MIESSEMIOND616.-5. )64%."5 IIMMOOMINIM SPC/RA
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
A CO WBAMC, Fort Bliss, TX 79916

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mommigmmmemp want to make the following Statement under oath:
I deployed with 31st Combat Support Hospital, FBTX, in 07 Jan 04. Half
of our unit was sent to Baghdad and the other half went to Balad, Iraq.
I arrived to Balad, Iraq on 17 Jan 04, and was assigned to the Intensive
Care Ward (ICW) there were two wards. ICW 1, was for American, and ICW 2
was for EPWs and for Iraqi civilians that we injured. Both wards dealt
with the walking wounded, minimal care patients, which could walk talk
and feed themselves. They were usually just taking antibiotics and most
of them were there from IED attacks, convoy attacks, self inflicted gun
shot wounds. The EPW's were waiting to be released to the prisons. My
job when I first arrived to the unit was to sweep, mop, take out trash,
and keep things stocked. The only personnel that tended to the patients
were the registered nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN). As more
patients came in I was given more responsibilities. On my last week
there I was trained on dressing changes, IV's, and blood draws that were
all supervised by LVN or RNs. In a normal hospital setting I would have
been doing all of that. A week later I was moved to be CPT immilowc.:

Commander, B Co 31st CSH, driver. I was her driver until I left

on 31 May 04. I never went into the hospital again, just to eat.

Q: SA

A: SPC '65 Ig°
Q: Did SA type the above statement in your own words?

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A: Yes..6'4
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Q: What is your MOS?

A: 91 W Combat Medic.

Q: What type of training have you received?

A: I have received my MOS training, hospital trauma life support, trauma
aimes, stable course in transitioning newborns, neonatal resuscitation
program provider, CPR, and EMT basic.

Q: What job were you doing prior to your deployment?

A: I worked for the labor and delivery unit.

Q: How long have you been a medic?

A: Three years.

Q: What type of security was in place for the EPW's?

A: There was one MP on shift at all times on the Ward always watching
them and escorting them.

Q: What type of EPWs were on the ward?

A: They had one MP guarding 30 of them. The MP's escorted them to the
restroom. They were usually in bed or walking around doing physical

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therapy. They were minimal risk.

Q: Did you have direct access to the EPW's?

A: Not without supervision of the RN or MP.

Q: Did you have any dealings with the EPW's?

A: No, the only thing I did was start a heplock for medication
administration to one EPW.

Q: How is a heplock administered?.0271-04 -C ID 014 74360
A: Intravenously just like an IV but with no fluid or tubing.

Q: What is a heplock?

A: Is a cather inserted intravenously to the patient that gives us direct
access to the vein for medication and floods.

Q: Did you ever hurt the EPW's in anyway?

A: No.

Q: Did the EPW's hurt you in anyway?

A: No.

Q: Did you see any maltreatment from any other personnel toward the EPW's?

No, just raised voices out of frustration and the language barrier. We
did not understand anything they said. We had translators available but we
had to wait for them because they would usually be in the ER or CR.

Q: Why did you not want to deal with the EPW's?

A: Because I had knowledge of what they did to American soldiers and I
saw the result of their work, i.e American bodies. That made me think they
did not deserve our care but in agreement with the Geneva Convention I
treated them anyways.

Q: Did- you have access to bleach?

A: No, but later on in the deployment when I worked with CPT Immorwe got in a lot of bleach and that is what we would mop our floors with.
Q: Did you ever inject bleach into the prisoners IV's?

A: No, for my time in the ICW I only started 1 IV.

Q: How long did you work in the ICW?

A: A month.

Q: Which ICW did you work in?

A: We alternated from both every other day.

Q: What was your schedule like?

A: I work six days a week twelve hour shifts and one day on call.

Q: Why did you leave the ICW?

A:
I was reassigned to be the commanders driver, in which I volunteered
for.
:Q; Why did you volunteer to be the driver?

A:
I was looking for a way out of patient care and a less stressful job. I
noticed the commander didn't have a driver and asked CPT 111001if -she
needed one..!mac-V016-3

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Q: Where is CPT

A: She is still the commander in Iraq.

Q: What bothered you about patient care?

A: It was the people I was working with and the lack of respect we got from
these EPW's that made we look for another environment.

Q: What was wrong with the people you worked with?

A: They were all brand new nurses in the army and at times I felt talked
down to. These new nurses never realized how valuable combat medics are,
they just thought that we were janitors.

Q: How were you disrespected by the_EPW's?.

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A: When they asked for water, we would bring it to them, if it wasn't cold
they would throw it at us. The EPW's would deficate on the floor knowing
that we would have to clean it, and they would use vulgar Muslim gestures.
For example, showing us the soles of their feet, or wiggling their middle
finger, and use Arabic bad words, like "Manooch and nietch", Bitch and Dog.

Q: Did you have any dealings with the ER personnel?

A: A lot of my friends worked there, but I hardly had the chance to visit.

Q: Did you ever work in the ER?
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Q: Did you punch any of the prisoners?

A:
No.
Q:. How long have you been back from Iraq?

A:
Two weeks. On 24 Jun 04, was my second day back to work. I work in the
labor and delivery unit.

Q: Did you ask to be moved from the labor and delivery section?
,,A: I have been away from patient care for 7 months, I didn't want my lack
- of practice in the delivery room/operating room to cause injury to anyone

of our patients. I don't feel my skills are up to par to assist or handle any emergencies c.„. L 41
Q: When Mrs..asked you, "If you had to think of your worst
experience in Iraq what was it?" what did you respond?

A: Thinking that I would never see my wife and child again. I would end up
like all the young dead soldiers that were wheeled through our doors.

Q: What did you tell Mrs.11111111111about a convoy?b16-4)104,-q

A: I was coming back from pass in Qatar along with new soldiers sent from
Baghdad to Balad, Iraq. I was in the back of a 5-ton when I saw the body of
a small body that resembled a child rolling down the highway and getting
run over by the oncoming traffic.

Q: Did you see who threw the body?

A: No, the people who briefed us before the convoy told us that human
shields are what they use to stop the convoys and attack us.

Q: Who is they?

A: The Iraqi Freedom Fighters or Saddam Loyalist.

Q: Who ran over the body?

A: A huge 18 wheel vehicle with trailers attached.
Q: Did you see the vehicle stop?

A: No.

Q: Was the vehicle military or civilian?

A: Civilian carrying trailors.

Q: Do you know who was driving the 18 wheel truck?

A: He looked Indian and was probably a contract worker because they are
hired to drive for the US. He was driving in the middle lane. He did not
stop and they are taught not to stop for anything.

Q: What road did this occur?

A: I do not know the specific road.

Q: Who ran over the body first?

A: I do not know the traffic was really heavy. I just saw us pass the body
that was rolling in the middle lane. I saw the truck run over the body. I
could not stare because I was pulling security scanning roof tops, and

crowds.

Q: Where there any markings on the vehicle/
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A: No

Q: What was the date and time?

A: I do not remember.

Q: Where did it occur?.

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A: In between Baghdad and Balad.

Q: What type of feelings have you had since coming back from Iraq?

A: I am so happy to be home and see my family healthy and well. I am ready
to exit the army knowing I served proudly and accomplished everything sent
my way. I am ready to move on and finish my goals.

Q: How about stress and anger?.islc.--(1)(00"1

A: I really did not start thinking about it until Mrs. IMMOMPstarted

asking me.

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Q: How e.
first referred to Mrs.

A: CPT.let me know if I

ldt me know she was available and Mrs.
ever wanted to talk that she was available.
How did you obtain an appointment with her on 23 Jun 04?

-A:: I called her the morning of 23 Jun 04, left a message and she called me
back and told me'to come in at 1430, 23 Jun 04.

Q: Why did you call Mrs. VOMMIO and ask for an appointment?b7C--14,4";

A: I first met her at my post-deployment interview with her that is part of
my inprocessing into the hospital, I was told by the first sergeant that I
could not go on leave until I spoke to her. I talked to her and she told
me if I ever just wanted to talk to call her. I was feeling secluded and a
bit lonely, so I went to speak to her. I was feeling lonely that day
because I missed all my friends in Iraq and I felt like a stranger in
WBAMC. I missed my wife and baby and just felt out of place to be here
alone.

Q: Where you told by your supervisors that you should see someone at mental
health?

A: No, the way I interact with my peers is normal and I feel normal talking
to them.

Q: Why do you think Mrs.buraii%misinterpreted what you told her?

A: In my opinion, I believe that the discussion between myself and Mrs.

IIMMOOftwas misunderstood. I was very emotional during our conversation and
I was never asked my feelings or outlook on anything since my return to the
United States. I took the first open ear offered and opened up the
emotional floodgates of my mind and heart to her. I believe with all my
ideas and feelings I ev distinguished what was a feeling or action.
After telling Mrs. all that I felt and experienced in Iraq she
offered no guidance or feedback on what I could do or who I could see for
further guidance, only that she would consult with her supervisor. I felt­that there was a conflict in our communication and our understanding of the
content of our discussion. I feel that the lack of knowledge about the
army and little understanding of what our soldiers do everyday in
Iraq/Afghanistan lead Mrs. I to misunderstand or confuse the
information I provided her with. I also think that it was my emotion and
frustration that caused me to be non-specific (in that I mean not404.-46(04,-./
distinguishing between feelings dreams and actions) although Mrs.....4
hardly had any type of feedback. It is my belief that we should provide
our soldiers with experienced counselors that understand a deployed
soldiers stress and frustration in order to best aid the soldier for his

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transition. My negative experience with Mrs. MMONO0has made me Question
talking to any counselor about my feelings and experiences I had in combat.
I am hopeful the hospital will provide my friends coming home soon with
experienced counselors that have been through combat and coped with their
transition to normal everyday life..

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Q: What did you tell Mrs. 111110Quring your session with her7E4c-47k4-q

A: I told her about some of my bad dreams and my feelings about working
with the EPW's. I told her that I.hated working for them and I hated the
things they did to the soldiers everyday, I told her all the built up
frustration and anger I had built up for the EPW's while working on the
floor. I was just happy to be home.

Q: What are some of the bad dreams?

A: Mainly being killed by a mortar, I also have dreams of my friends being
killed my mortars over there.

Q: Did you tell Mrs. ONOMMI0you put bleach in the EPW's IV's?1046-4)6G"1
I told her that I dreamt of doing harm to these people, and I told her I
wanted to put bleach in the IV bags of the EPW'S.

Q: Did you tell Mrs. 111011.you sliced arteries of the EPW's to make them
bleed out?

A: I told her I wished the infantry would shoot them right so we wouldn't have so many EPW'S, why couldn't they just cut an artery or that I wanted to cut them myself. 10 .L./
Q: Did you tell Mrs..jou punched EPW's?

A: I told her.I wanted to and dreamt of it.

Q: Did you tell Mrs. 1.111111you killed several EPW's and that there were no
suspicions into their deaths?

A: I told her I had dreams of killing EPW"S, although not in a hospital
setting, but on a convoy setting. I told her of a dream where I was
beating a EPW and none of my friends stopped me.

Q: Did you tell Mrs. 101111111,there were other personnel who worked with you
that also did bad things to the EPW's?

A: No.

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Q: Did you tell Mrs. VOMInoyou spit in EPW's food?

A: I said I wanted to because they ate better than us. There food was delivered in sealed containers and everyone was always watching what we were doing.
Q: How many beds were in ICW 2?

A: Around 30 beds that were always filled.

Q: How many personnel worked in ICW 2?

A: Around five at a time and one MP. Around the time I was leaving there
was two MP's. Because they made ICW 2 and ICW 3 that contained EPW's and
Iraqi civilans.

Q: Why were you sent back from Iraq?

A:
I was sent back to ETS on 07 Sep 04. Q: Did you have any contact with
EPW's after leaving the ICW?

A:
Never I just went to the hospital to eat chow.

A:
No.
What are the dates you were in the ICW?

A:
Around 18 Jan 04 to 14 Feb 04. Camp Anaconda.

Q: The conversation you had with Mrs. 11111110was it in English?(Ac-14026-4
The conversation was both in English and Spanish. I A:

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Q: You told Mrs..about death certificates and there not being
indicators of fourrir. How do you know this?

A: I never told her anything about death certificates and no one died in
our ward.

Q: Who was your supervisor in Iraq while in iLw

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Q: Why did you initially tell Mrs. OMOMEMPyou put bleach in IV's, cut EPW
arteries so they bleed out and punched EPW's?

A: These were all things that I felt, things that I wanted, that I thought
about towards my later sta es of my time on the ICW.

Q: How do you think Mrs..was able to misinterpret what you said?

A: Maybe because all my emotions came out of once. We talked of dreams and
feelings and I did not really clarify what was what. She also never asked
for clarification. _1.4 b q

Q: Did you tell Mrs..you in IV's, cut EPW arteries so

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they bleed out and punched EPW's and are now retracting the statement
--f-because you are afraid of getting in trouble?

A: No, I told her exactly what I felt like doing and maybe through the
conversations in mixed English and Spanish there was confusion.

Q: What is the name of the soldier who saw you punch EPW's?

A: That never happened but I told her of a dream in which I was beating an
Iraqi and my peers around me where still and did not say anything.

Q: Did a sergeant ever pull you aside for punching an EPW?

A: No.

Q: Did you have fantasies of completing these actions?

A: Yes, that I had dreams about it but I never had plans of doing any of

it.
Q: Did you have dreams of these actions?

A: Yes, the punching, the IV, and the artery cutting. These are dreams that
I would wake up from.

Q: Did you make any overt actions or plans to abuse EPW's and not follow
through?

A:
I never made plans and I would never follow through.

A:
Do you remember telling Mrs. - you had to use six pints of blood on
an EPW and there was not enough blood for the US soldiers?

A:
I told Mrs. T there were Iraqi's that took lots of blood. I heard
of one guy that took six pints of blooda day but on the ICW floor we did
not have to administer blood. I did say that during mass casualties that we
had short blood supplies and it was because we were giving it all to the

EPW's.

Q: Were you allotted breaks, something to eat, and drink during the
interview?

A: Yes.

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

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Social Work Services, WBAMC, Fort Bliss, TX 79920

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, want to make the following Statement under oath:
On or about 1510 hours, on 23 June 2004, in my office at WBAMC, I met with SPC
1111111111111111111111110, as a Deployment Social Work Care Manager for a screening
interview. I explained to him that he had been referred to me because there were
concerns from his department about him since his return from Iraq. I asked SPC

wasp to explain what the concerns were about. He stated that he had been having difficulty sleeping and was having bad dreams. He also stated that he noticed that he was more short-tempered. I inquired about his leave to San Antonio, which took place a few weeks ago, he stated that it had gone well and that he had enjoyed seeing his wife and 1 year old daughter. We talked about his leave home, he stated his wife had commented that he had returned from Iraq more biz-S-3 willing to help her and accommodating. I inquired about his sleep and SPC stated that he was getting very little sleep and even while in San Antonio he had experienced poor sleep as well as bad dreams. I inquired about the dreams and he spoke briefly about associating these with mortar attacks. I then asked SPC
UM to identify what his worst experience had been in Iraq and he stated that
there were actually two experiences in two separate areas. I asked him to talk
about these and he stated that the first was being in a vehicle where two people
sat up front, another sat in the middle and two in the back, he stated that he
was behind the driver with his rifle scanning he road. He stated that an Iraqi
jumped out by the road and threw a child about eight years of age in front of
their vehicle. He stated that the vehicle felt as if it was going over a speed
bump and when he looked back he realized that they had run over the child and the
vehicles behind him were also running over the child. He went on to talk about
how heartless and inhumane the Iraqis were and how angry this made him feel. He
stated that Iraqis did not hesitate to use women and children as weapons. He
expressed anger that this was being done. At this time, SPC 111111110expression
became somewhat fixed as if in thought, I asked him what he was thinking and he
stated that was remembering what he had seen and what he had experienced. I asked
SPCIMMINOto tell me what his second worst experience had been and he stated that
it had been taking care of Iraqi EPW'S who were at the hospital. He talked about
his anger of having to take care of these prisoners and stated that blood
supplies were used for the EPW's which angered him because at times there was
not sufficient blood to provide to the injured US soldiers. He gave an example
about a US soldier needing A+ blood. He stated he is the same blood type and
stated he donated three to four units and in the end-he was very dizzy but was
glad that he was able to this. SPC 1111111bagain talked about his anger at Iraqi's
then he went on to state that he would get back at them by hitting them, placing
bleach in their IV's, and cutting arteries in open wounds in such a way that

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they would bleed out. Then he and others would state it was a bleed-out but provide
care in such a way that was not prompt and eventually the patients' would bleed
out. He stated that several Iraqi soldiers had died yet their deaths could not
be traced to anything he did and all were certified as related to their injuries.
SPC 11111ftstated he had never talked to anyone about this but was doing it
because he felt comfortable. We discussed confidentiality and it's limits. We
also discussed how this coulCjimpilar to the other abuses that had surfaced
with Prisoners of War. SPC 111111WiEquired who I would be expected to share this
with. I stated that this would be discussed with my supervisor whorig_dorovide

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clinical supervision in regards as how to proceed with this. SPC.

e ressed
concern that his chain of command would be notified. I stated that I would only
speak to my supervisor who was MAJ. mom and he would advise what steps if any
would be taken. Yet.

.5. ce I did this if any steps had to be taken it would be
out of my hands. SPC.

41en returned to stating that other soldiers were also
involved in this type of treatment toward the EFW's, however he had done the most

-serious harm. He said they knew he was the worst. He stated that he often had to wake up the EPW's in the morning and when they would tell him no he would react by hitting them. He stated that the day before he was moved and transferred from this unit, his SGT had caught him being abusive towards a prisoner and had pulled him outside and reprimanded him. He told this SGT that he had made it quite clear that he had a difficult time taking care of EPW's and was glad to beierdwared. die stated the next day he was transferred to the Emergency Room. SPC.
sfhted
that he and the other soldiers were aware of what was going on but had agreed
that nothing would be shared with others and that it would remain in Iraq. He
gave an-example stating, "it is just like what happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las
Vegas." After he said that I told him that I would not have known any different
If he would have come into my office and just told me a story. I then asked him
%why he confided 6ialetksaid that I was easy to talk to and I reminded him of
his sister. SPCIlinis ted he was assigned to the ER but still had difficulty
interacting with soldiers and eventually he was transferred to be the driver for

commander. He stated that he did this the remaining of the time that he was
In Iraq and he thought this would be an easy job, possibly sitting behind a desk
and going out occasionally but found out that they had to do several runs a day.
Ee stated he was glad to be back in the US in one piece. At this time it was 4:01

I stated that I would have to end the session, because I had to be
elsewhere for an appointment. I asked him to reschedule and that I would meet
with my supervisor. SPC IMMIllithen began to inquire what was going to happen and
I stated I didn't know. I told him that I would speak to my supervisor, he
stated that if anyone inquired about this he would deny it. I stated that was an
option, but my concern was for his well-being and how he would handle knowing
that he had done this and that the nightmares indicated that something was
causing him to be uneasy. He stated that he had no regret about what he had done.
grt some point I inquired if he practiced a religion, he stated yes, that it was
"Jasso-ology," I asked what this was and he stated it was his own religion and
that he knew he would-be fine with God and when he reached heaven God would
understand why he had done this and would welcome him with open arms. I inquired
about how he was doing in his current position in Labor and Delivery. He stated
that he had been on the job two days but he had not had patient contact and was

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purposely staying away from patients because he did not feel comfortable being in the room with them. He stated that yesterday he was asked to assist in a delivery, but refused because he did not feel comfortable. He stated that the unit was being flexible with him regarding this apprehension and that so far they were working with him. He denied being homicidal, suicidal or abusive to anyone. He stated he was aware of the reasons of why confidentiality could not be kept and that he was not experiencing any of these. He also stated that he just wanted to be out of the Army and this would occur 3n September 7, 2004. He would not do anything to jeopardize this date. I asked about his reason to disclose this to me, knowing that I was in Social Work and he stated that he felt comfortable and felt he could trust me. He stated that my name was the same as his sister's. I stated that at some point he had made a conscious decision to disclose what he had, and knew that, there would be possible consequences. He stated he knew thaiiieigured he would deny everything if confronted. I went on to ask SPC.
about his statements which were
-pretty serious and asked if he was "pulling my leg".

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this was true and he had no regrets. He stated what was occurring in Iraq was awful
and that he was very angry at the Iraqi's as well as the US government for placing
him in that situation. He stated that sometime during his leave he had been at the
mall and saw Muslim women. He stated he looked at them and felt anger and what he
did was lift his foot and point to his sole. SPC .

stood up and showed me how'he
had done this. I asked what that meant and he stated that it was a way of being
disrespectful and putting them down, that it meant they were lower beneath his foot.

He stated he couldn't stop himself from doing this because his anger was intense.
At this point it was about 4:25, again I stated that I needed to end. I asked SPC

IMONO to reschedule an appointment to meet with me on Monday at 1400, 28 Jun 04, he
stated he would think about it and would let me know. He stated that he wanted help
instead of being viewed as crazy and that if he could continue to see me without
getting in trouble he would do so, but if his chain of command knew about it, he
would not return. He stated this several times and even as we stood up, he stood by
the door and again asked in a concerned voice what would happen, I stated I didn't
know, that I also needed to take in all he had said because it was quite heavy and I
needed to process it with my supervisor. SPC 111111bappeared anxious, I walked out
with him and because I had to keep another appointment boarded the elevator with

lain I stated I was going to the morgue to meet with another family and he said he would go with me. We reached the first floor and went towards the morgue. I stated this was probably not a good idea fo; him to come given all he had been through, he said he only planned to walk me to it. We found the morgue and I said goodbye, he stated he would think about whether to he would return to see me. I met with my supervisor at the morgue, I told him I needed to speak •.

we walked outside to

the patio and I shared with him my interview with SPC i t that point the
decision was made to address this with the hospital commanders, which we then
promptly t on to do so.

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Q: When did youjfirst meet SPC MOOR

A: I first met him at 1300, 07 Jun 04, when him and three other soldiers
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A: He was happy go lucky, a bit flirtatious, and in a way asked intrusive
questions. It seemed as if he wanted people to pay attention to him.

Q: When did you meet SPC 01111, again?o/c -S-d6F-5-

A: I met him again on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 at 1520 in the outdoor patio
of WBAMC. I was sitting with a friend on a bench talking, SPC NOW called
my name out and came towards me. I did not recognize him initially, but
once he approached and I saw his name on his BDU's I remembered him.

Q: Do you think he told you about the abuse and killing the EPW's so as to
impress you?

A: Possibly, beginning when I received a message from him in which he said
SPC 111.111111MMINIMI had called. When he came up to meet with me, he had a
big smile, I inquired about the message and he said he was just playing
around. He then came into my office and continued to smile and be
friendly.

Q: What language was the session in-?

_A: The session was held mostly in English, but at times, Spanish was used,
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Q: How was SPC IMOMISpanish?oc-6-,66-5

A: His Spanish is not fluent, but he can communicate in Spanish. He told
me that before he met his wife he did not speak Spanish and had learned it
with her because she is from Mexico and that is her primary language.

Q: Who did most of the talking?

A: Primarily SPC IMO I asked open questions and mostly listened.

Q: Did he explain to you how he put the bleach in the IV's?

A: I believe he did but I don't remember the details.

Q: Did SPC `tell you where the incidents occurred in which he put
bleach in the IV's?

A: SPC 1111111,stated that these incidents occurred in a hospital where Iraqi
EPW'S were being cared for.

Q: What was SPC 1011111116 expression when telling you about hurting the

EPW's?.to/c-511:6-7

A: Sometimes he had a slight smile, other times he didn't and appeared
serious.

Q: What type of training have you received?

A: I have a Bachelor of Social Work, a Master of Social Work and I
completed a year training in Child Treatment. I also have completed my
mandatory training in order to keep my licensure up to date, both here in
Texas and Illinois.

Q: What does your job entail?

A: I am a Social Work Care Manager that was hired to work with the Social
Work Care Manager Program in order to provide support throughout the
deployment cycle for those soldiers deploying or redeploying from Iraq.
The primary is to help link soldiers and their family members to services
in order to help the deployment be smoother. I also brief commanders,
FRG's and rear detachments about the program in order to help acquaint them
with the program and receive referrals from them.

Q: Who referred SPC11111016b4cSib4,-5-.

A: CPT UM the Commander for Alpha Company at WBAMC.

Q: How was the appointment made?

A: SPC IMMIMOcontacted my office on Wednesday, June 23, 2004 at 1000.

Q: What were you told by his supervisors?

A: That he was experiencing problems readjusting from the deployment and
that he seemed to have some anger issues.

Q: How long have been working with soldiers?

A: Since January 5,.2004..b9tAiba,"1.2 O
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that are returning from deployment?.

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A: I have received training from my immediate supervisor, MAJ MOM. I
have attended trainings here at WBAMC and Fort Bliss, as well as read
information about deployment related issues.

Q: Prior to you work here have you ever interacted with the military?

A: Yes, in October of 1999, I was asked to be a guest speaker at a hospital
in Germany by Kaisenslautern, to speak to soldiers who were celebrating
Hispanic Heritage Month.

Q: Did SPC 1111110seem deceptive when he was telling you what he had done?

A: No, although at times he did have a slight smile on his face.

Q: Did SPC 111110tell you of any particular dreams he had?

A: Yes, he stated that he was experiencing nightmares, both since return

from leave and in San Antonio, he associated them with mortars.
_Q: Did you ask SPC 11111111to distinguish between his desires and his

_

-actions?.!Gr4c-Tiff¦•5-
A: No because. he stated they were actions.

Q: What led you to believe that they were actions?

A: When he was stating what he did, he showed me with his hands, how he
placed bleach in the IV's and he showed me on his arm how he pushed the
wound aside and would look for the artery and cut horizontally.

Q: When he was telling you these things, was he telling you they were
dreams or his actions.

A: I did not ask that.. -

Q: What was spoken about confidentiality?.0G-6561,6-5

A: It was discussed in the beginning of the interview. SPC 411111basked if
the session was confidential, I stated that it was but within the limits of
confidentiality. I asked him if he knew what these limits were and he
responded, that if a person is actively homicidal, suicidal or abusing
children this is when confidentiality cannot be held. I stated this was
true. He asked if this would get back to his command, and I responded that
typically it doesn't.

Q: Was he concerned about you tell someone about what was talked about
between you two?

A: Yes, he expressed a lot of concern, stating several times that he was
due to ETS September 7, 2004 and all he wanted was to get out. He did not
want any problems with the ETS.

Q: Did SPC.

tell you of a specific number of EPW's that he killed?

A: No.

Q: Did he tell you their names?

A: No.

Q: Did he give you specific dates or times?

A: No.

Q: Did he plan out these attacks on the EPW's?

A: I can't remember how he told me but I remember that he did say that he
planned out the actions.

Q: Did SPC _tell you why he was moved out of the unit where he was
taking of the EPW's?

A: Yes, he stated that a SGT had caught,him being overly aggressive to aN
EPW. SPC 1111110stated that he was called outside and reprimanded and the
next day he was transferred to the ER.

Q: Did SPC 411.10ever tell you he worked for ICW?674-5-1 66-.5

A: I don't remember.

Q: Why was he having a hard time.for patients in the Labor and

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A: He stated that he was having a difficult time going into their room and
that he preferred to have distance. I don't remember if he told me why
this was hard for him.

Q: Did SPC.you what his responsibilities where in Iraq?
A: He was a W. A combat medic.

Q: Did SPC 1111111tell you of an security forces looking after the EPW's?

A: No..

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Q: Did SPC UMMItell you how. he had access to bleach?

A: No.
Q: Did SPC tell you how long he worked taking care of the EPW's?

A: No. -

tell you he had bad dreams of being killed by a mortar, or

Q: Did SPC.

!e
his friends being killed by mortars?

A: I do not remember the specifics but I do remember it had to do with

mortars. =12: Did SPC OMMOMbtell you he dreamt of doing harm to the EPW's?
A: No..

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Did SPC immtell you he wished the infantry would shoot the EPW's
right so he wouldn't have to care for them?

Q..

A: He told me that he wished that that they were killed and done away with.

tell you he dreamt of punching EPW's or a dream in which
he was punching an EPW and his friends did nothing about it?
A:*No.

Q:
Did SPC.

Q:
Did SPCIIMINItell you he dreamt of hurting EPW's but in a convoy
setting?
A::No.

Q:
-Did SPC tell you he wanted to spit in the EPW's food?

Warr

A: He told me he did spit in their food and I can't remember the details.

12: Did SPC 'tell you anything about death certificates?‘97 6-5,b4-5"
A: .Yes, he stated that the death certificates of the EPW's stated they died
of there wounds and could not be traced to anything suspicious.

Q: Why do you think SPC.confided in yo-a?blc-S,ii.-6-

A: Be told me he felt comfortable and felt he could trust me and reminded
me .that I had the same first name as his sister. He also said that from the
very first time he met me he felt comfortable..

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Q: -Do you think you may have misinterpreted what SPC UNOMObtold you?
A: No.
Why?
Because he told me several times that he did not have any regrets about

what he had done.
Q:'Did SPCOSIDspecifically tell you about putting bleach into the EPW's

40-15W,-5—

IV's?f

A: Yes.

Q: Did he tell you how many times he punched the EPW's

A: No.

12..1-P'si6frg-H•
he told you all the things he did to the
EPW's?

Q: Did you believe SPC IMMUM6when -
A: Initially I had doubts, but as he repeated several times that he had no
regrets, I believed him.

Q: What were SPC.emotions while telling you what he did to the
EPW's?.oc-s 5-

A: I observed him angry when he spoke about the blood units, I observed him

was

calm when told me he had no regrets and I observed him smirk when he
telling me what he did to the EP.W."

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Q.: Do you think he told you he wanted to commit these acts but did not?

A: He told me these were things that he did do.

.

Q: Did SPC Mr tell you how he knew what .the death dertific.atp§ said?

?death .19.11 .
A: No..14D-14-74860
Q: Did he seem angry when he spoke of his experiences with the EPW's?

A: Yes.

Q: Did he ever tell you that if you disclosed this interview, he would
deny it?

A: Yes.

Q: Were you allotted breaks, something to eat, and drink during the
interview?

211. Yes.

tatement?

Q: Do you have anything to a.'.

A: No.///END OF STATEMENT.//.hiC."0*g

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MR. JOHN PETERSON John.Petersonl@cen.amedd.army.mil
(210) 221-7826
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT
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I- LOCATION 2. TE 3. E 4. FILE NO.
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NAME (Last, First. MI) 8. ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
111111111111.1M 104 G-5-1 bk.-5-ACO WBAMC

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SPC/E-4

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PART I - RIGHTS WAIVER/NON-WAIVER CERTIFICATE

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Section A. Rights
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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
ISP Murder, and False Official Statement/4cl'. IDIZ,,,S, b k¦ -s

Before s a ed me any questions about the offense(s), however, helsh made it clear to and that I have the following rights: "PI do not have to answer any questions or say anything.
0. Anything I say or do can be used as evidence against me in a criminal trial. .
3. (Forpersonnel subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me

during questioning. This lawyer can be a civilian lawyer I arrange for at no expense to the Government or a military lawyer detailed for me at no expense to me, or both.
-Or -(For civilians not subject to the UCMJ) I have the right to talk privately to a lawyer before, during, and after questioning and to have a lawyer present with me du - g questioning. I understand that this lawyer can be one that ! arrange for at my own expense, or if I cannot afford a lawyer and want one, a lawyer will be
hued for me before any questioning begins. . If! 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 itrivately with a lawyer before answering further, even if I sign the waiver below.
S. COMMENTS (Continue on reverse side)
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Iainderstand my rights as stated above. I iiiiiivilling to discuss the offense(s) under investigation and make a statement without talking to a lawyer first andi
aviesout having a lawyer present with me. (044-5" ) 10 c• -s-

WITNESSES (If available) 3. SIGNATURE OF INTERVIEWEE
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Fort Bliss Resident Agency (CID) Fort Bliss, TX 79916
i Section C. Non-Waiver I •
I. Ido not want to give up my rights: -
12 I want a lawyer. . I do not want to be questioned or say anything.
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LOCATION DATE TIME FILE NUMBER
Fort Bliss Resident Agency, CID 29 Jun 04 'le 0271-04-CID014

LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MIDDLE NAME SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER Vg.:5;bgRADE/STATUS
6405.4 Iop-s-• SPC/RA
ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESS
A CO WBAMC, Fort Bliss, TX 79916.

0271-04–C 1D014 –7436c
, want to make the following Statement under oath:

I.

ant to make this statement to clarify the previous statement I gave
CID about abusing and killing Iraqi detainees.

Q: SA 1111111110c7/044

SPC.

A:.blc-5',1'

Q: Did you sign and make an official statement that was false?

A: Yes.

Q: Did you know that 'it was false mhen you made the statement?

A:.

Yes.

Q: Did you know it was false when you signed it?

A:.

Yes.

Q: Did you make that false official statement with the-intent to
deceive?

A: Yes.

Q: What exactly was the statement?

A: In the statement I told you that the things I said where
misunderstood feelings when in fact they were things I lied to Ms.
IMMIll about doing .0C• 14 1 LC -I.(

Q: When did you make that statement? •
A:: About 2001,.

25 Jun 04.

Q: Where were you when you made that statement?

A:.

Fort Bliss, CID office.

Q: How did you make the statement?

A: I gave SA .

a sworn statement.0c-1, 6G-1
Q: Why did you make that false official statement?

A: Because I was confused and scared.

Q: Why were you confused and scared?

A: 'I felt that way because there were a lot of things thrown at me at
the same time. I was thrown in the Mental Health ward, was not allowed
to talk to anyone or use the phone.

Q: Why did you tell Ms. that you put bleach into Iraqi detainees
IV's, punched them, spit in their food, and cut their arteries?

A: It was my way of dealing with my feelings and I thought it was
confidential..(0--1-110 --ii

Q: Did you tell Ms. WNW these things to impress her?

A: No, not to impress her. It was just my way of letting out my feelings
and emotions..

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Q: What did you tell Mrs. WIMMEMPduring your session with her?
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• "STATEMENT OF OMMH TAKEN AT FORT BLISS RF4g4)ENT AGENCY (CD)), TX,79916 DATED 29 Jun 04, CON f!--1\TUED."
A: I told her that I did things to EPW's that were in fact fantasies things
I wanted to do but never did..

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Q: Ms. 11101111Pindicated they were not fantasies but that you actually did
them, why would she think that?

A: Maybe by the aggressive manner in which I told her I did them, or the
vividness of my hand estures. They were fantasies and not action.

Q: Did you tell Mrs..you sliced arteries of the EPW's to make them

lo •
bleed out?

A: Yes, but I never did that.,

Q: Did you tell Mrs. 011111111,you killed several EPW's and that there were no
suspicions into their deaths?

A: No, I just told her that they died.

Q: Did you tell Mrs. 11111111.11there were other personnel who worked with you
that also did bad things to the EPW's?

A: Noblailiffiq

Q: Ms..indicated you told her there were other personnel who harmed
7-other personnel who harmed EPW's, why would she think that?

A: I don't remember telling her that, I did though tell her there were
others who felt the same as I.

Q: Did you tell Mrs.tyou spit in EPW's food?61C-q/L4-/

A: Yes.

Q: Why did you initially tell Mrs..you put bleach in IV's, cut EPW
arteries so they bleed out and punched EPW's?

A: I think that was the way I choose to let out my emotions and the way I
felt but I . never inflicted any kind of harm to any of the EPW's or any
Iraqi in that matter. I was just confused and not thinking correctly.

Q: Did you tell Ms. 1111111MOthat if she told anyone about what you told her
that you would deny it?

A: It was along those lines I said something like that after I realized the
stupid things I said.

Q: Why would you tell her you would deny it if you did not do the things
you said?

A: I was confused about our conversation, and I thought it was
confidential.

Q: Did you use hand gestures to show Ms..how you put bleach into the
IV's?

A: Yes..

Q: Do you think Ms..14114AP-g

believed you did the things you told her?

A: Honestly I did not know but I hoped she did not.

Q: Did you tell Ms. 1111111111111bthat you were reprimanded by a Sergeant that saw
you being rough with a detainee and that was why you were moved to the
commander' s driver?

A: Yes, but this never happened.

.9 .

Q: All the things you told Ms..were they true?

A: No, they were just fantasies. I never put bleach into an EPW's IV, cut
an EPW's artery, hit any EPW's, or killed any EPW's. I never did any of
that

Q: Did you think anything you told ms.b would stay between you two?

A: Yes.

Q: Is that why you told her the things that you said?

A: Yes.

Q: Was there any other reason why you told Ms.kalaiXese things?

A: This was the first time I had ever talked to anybody about Iraq and
prisoaers. I think that it being my first time I did not know how to react.

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Q: Did you tell anyone besides Ms..that you abused and killed Irani
detainees?..'.cpo 1A. 7 41

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A: No, I did not tell anyone anything since i was my first time talking
about it. No one had asked me before..

.

Q: What were you motivations in telling Ms. 4/1614theses things?

A: I think I just wanted to talk to someone.

Q: Why did you not tell Ms. WM. after you counseling session that the
things you told her were not true?

A: The session ended abruptly and she did not ask. I wish I had clarified
it.

Ob214112kr

Q: Did you plan on speaking with Ms. ummiMPaagain?

A: Yes, but I also wanted to see a psychologist. She did not offer much
guidance. All she did was ask me a couple of questions and did not give me
any feedback and did not ask for any clarification, nor did I clarify.

Q: Did you ever tell MS. 111111,during your session these were all dreams

lory....41w44

or fantasy?.
_A: In the beginning we were originally talking of my dreams and feelings.
= I did not directly tell her it was a dream or fantasy.

Q: The incedent with the convoy, did it really happen?

A: No.

Q: Why did you make that up?

A:
It was a dream I had before the night before the convoy, someone had
told me of children being thrown in front of convoys. It did not happen to
me.
"Q: Did you tell her it was something I witnessed, or was it a dream?

A:
I told her it was something I witnessed.

Q: Did you know Ms..actually believed you when you told her you did
those things?.

1444, "I

A: No.

Q: Are you making this statement saying you did not harm Iraqi prisoners
because you are afraid you will not get out of the Army on your scheduled
date?

A: No.

Q: Why are you making this statement?

A: To clarify and prove that I did not do any of the things I said.

Q:
Did you say "I" when you told Ms. ItIrrtio u harmed the EPW'S?iac-4) 64-4
:A: Yes.

Q:
If you used "I", how can you think someone would not think you harmed
EPW's?

A: I was full of emotion and didn't realize the severity of my words.

Q: Were you angry when you found out Ms..told someone about yourbic-q)424 -9
session?. 4c-4/6fr4

A: No. I felt betrayed in a sense, but this experience will not hinder me
continuing to speak to my psychiatrist.

Q: Why did the session end so abruptly?

A: I think she did not know how to take the information I told her. But I
still do not think she is Qualified to help soldiers that are returning
from Iraq.

Q: Were you allotted breaks, something to eat, and drink during the­interview?

A:
Yes.

Q.
Do you have anything you wish to add to or remove from this statement?
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About 1340, 30 Jun 04, SA conducted canvass interviews of SPC

NINIMMco-workers in the Labor and Delivery unit. All the personnel
interviewed had no pertinent. information. (See Canvass Interview
Worksheet for details)


About 1350, 30 Jun 04, SA interviewed Ms.
Registered Nurse (RN),. Refused to give SSN, Contractor, Labor and
Delivery Unit, WBAMC, FBTX, who stated while speaking to SPC ging.07c-516,6 -5
he told her he wanted to start an Anti-Muslim group. Ms. 1.11.111111.64c 5;b --5
stated SPC 211101told her while he was in Iraq he had to take care of
detainees and he hated it. Ms. 11.1.10.1stated SEC .11.1.11told her
during air raids he would turn the detainees beds over and throw them
to the ground.

About 1420, 30 Jun 04, SA 111•1110111111 interviewed LTC

B CO, WBAMC, FBTX, who stated he was not61*(---3,1:43
the physician who observed SPC .11.0and the person who treated SPC
4111.was COL .11111111.11.1011.11.111.¦ B CO, WBAMC, FBTX.O.c-3/1=".-3

.interviewed COL UMMIlbwho stated About 1443, 30 Jun 04, SA
when he first questioned SPC 4111.0on the statements he made to Mrs.krg.-5) 66--s­gme., SPC.

denied it all. COL .111. stated after observing SPC

-his findings were that SPC shad Post-Traumatic Stress0-c. -6-006-45
COL was given was Disorder.

stated the treatment SPC.

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colin seling. 114'30,3
tolf=111_94,-1
About 1503, 30 Jun 04, SA IIIMMIPinterviewed Ms.
IMMINIMM RN, refused to give SSN, OBGYN Clinic, WBAMC, FBTX, whob3G-4)bCP-44
stated she spoke to SPC _about 1100, 22 Jun 04. Ms. 11111111.111.1490.11, q
stated SPC 1.111came to visit her and told her since his return from
Iraq he was feeling very cold, unable to feel emotions, and had no_
compassion for the Iraqi people. Ms. 111111110 stated SPC .

told
her he wanted the Iraqis to die. Ms. ......stated she was ble--`1,
worried about SPC gimp but he told her he vas going to get help and
had appointments scheduled to talk to someone.

'About 0927, 06 Jul 04, SAiiinterviewed MAJ. who stated about 1600, 23 Jun 04, while on the first floor by the morgue, he was
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approached by Ms..who told him she had something serious to
tell him which SPC.stated he took her

told her. MAJ.outside and as they were walking outside they saw SPC MAJ104c-5,64-5-MAJk4c4,5-14,-q,5 111111111110 stated Ms. 1111111seemed surprised to see SPC 11111111.
INOMEMIMPstated Ms. aniatold him SPC.-'41 s (06-4-4T
told her he had put6A-4 bleach in Iraqi detainees IV's, let Iraqi detainees bleed to death, and hit Iraqi detainees. MAJ stated he asked Ms.IMMINDif she was sure and she said yes. MAJ 1111011111stated he informed the0C-3 1 1:4,-3 chain of command and had Ms.111111110write a memorandum for record61-C-41164-4 explaining the counseling session. MAJ.stated about 1500,6ic-31643 23June04, he went down to labor and delivery and the staff there asked him if there were any services available for people who were coming back from Iraq. MAJ.stated there were and.hlc-3 ,b(. Ms. 4111111Pand told her to conduct training for the Labor and64c•40a0-14 Delivery unit. MAJ stated Ms.IMiasaid she could not do it today because she had an appointment at 1500, with SPC1111110(c4c-s)b0 -6-
About 1447, 9 Jul 04, SA interviewed Mrs. who
provided a sworn statement detailing what her husband told her about
him wanting to hurt Iraqi prisoners. (See Sworn Statement for
Details)///LAST ENTRY///

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SWORN STATEMENT
For use of this form. see AR 190-45: The proponent aeentit of the Deputy Cia&Litaff for Personnel.
LOCATION DATE TIME FILE NUMBER

amp
1:uilding 13 (C1D office), Fort Bliss TX 79916 9 Jul 04 21 . -4 pni 0271-04-C1D014
LAST NAME. FIRST NAME. MIDDLE NAME SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER GRADE/STATUS
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ORGANIZATION OR ADDRESSH

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want to make the following statement under oath:
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I am the wife of SPC EIMINIMpand have been married to him since September 2000. On 1 Jun 04, I came
back to El Paso form Laredo, TX to meet my husband who was returning from a deployment from Iraq. On 3
Jun 04, I left El Paso and went back to Laredo, TX while my husband was taking care of paper work before his
leave. On 7 Jun 04, left El Paso and met with me in Laredo, TX. On 8 Jun 04, we left for Mexico and
stayed there until 13 Jun 04. On 14 Jun 04, we traveled to Floresville, TX to visit his sister. We stayed there
for about a week and left on 21 Jun 04. We wanted to stay together, however, we did not have a place to stay
in El Paso, TX, soill.went back to El Paso andLwent to Laredo, TX. On 24 Jun 04, I received a phone call
from 11111111who told me he was in the hospital being checked out and that he found an apartment and that he
had four days off and was going to come and get me. He never told be about the investigation until he came
and got me in San Antonio, TX.

Q: SAIIIMIIIIIINDb4c= 1)61"- I
A: Mrs./. 10;c-61.190-q
Q: What did your husband tell you about the investigation against him?
A: That they were investigating him because they thought he abused Iraqi's while deployed. I then asked him
why they thought that and he told me that he went for counseling and told the counselor that he wanted to hurt
the Iraqi prisoners and spit in their food.

Q: When you were with your husband when he returned from Iraq, how was he acting?
A: Fine.
Q: Did he seem to be having difficulties adapting to being home?
A: No, he was actually better. He would now do things like take care of the baby without being told. It was
him he was appreciating his family.

Q: Did he have any difficulty sleeping or was he having any nightmares?
A: No.
Q: Did he talk about his experiences while in Iraq?
A: No. The only thing I remember him telling me was that he was the driver for some Captain.
Q: Did your husband ever tell you he abused anyone while in Iraq?
A: No.
Q: Do you think your husband is capable of hurting anyone in his care, to include Iraqi prisoners?
A: No.bir,s-0,6_6/
Q: Did .tell you that he told the counselor that he wanted to hurt people or that he did say it but didn't
actually do the things he said?

A: He said that he told her that he wanted to but didn't. I did ask him why he didn't go through with it and he
told me that he wanted too but was not that type of person and didn't want to get into trouble.

Q: Has your husband ever been in any type of anger management treatment?
A: No.
Q: What type of person is your husband?
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STATEMENT TAKEN AT CID Office, Fort Bliss DATED 9 Jul 04 CONTINUED:
A: Calm, Happy... Funny.
Q: Did your husband ever tell you that he did tell the counselor he hurt people in Iraq and only did so thinking that the conversation was protected or confidential?
A: No. 0271-04—C ID014 —743
Q: Has your husband expressed that he wanted to get out of the Army early?
A: No.
Q: If your husband did tell the counselor that he hurt people in Iraq, in your opinion why do you think he
would do that?

A: Stress maybe, but I know he didn't do the things that they are claiming he did. And I only say stress
because I don't know why he would even say that. I never seen him that way (stressed) and all our
conversations were up beat and about the future.

Q: Did SA e this statement for you in your own words?
A: Yes. 101-c.. 4) b
Did you have an opportunity to review your statement and make any and all corrections before signing the 1--statement?
A: Yes. 111. 1"c 1/6C9"1

Q: Do you have anything to add to the statement?
A: No. ///End of Statement/// NIP 1.904, bio
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AFFIDAVIT _ HAVE READ OR HAVE HAD READ TO ME THIS STATEMENT WHICH BEGINS ON PAGE
1 AND ENDS ON PAGE 2 . 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 11115 STATEMENT FREELY WITHOUT HOPE OF BENEFIT OR REWARD, WITHOUT THREAT OR PUNISHMENT, AND WITHOUT COERCION, UNLAWFUL INFLUENCE, OR UNLAWFUL INDUCEMENT.
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(Si' ature of Pers Making Statment)
WITNESSES: SUBSCRIBED'AND SWORN BEFORE ME, A PERSON BY LAW
TO ADMINISTER OATHS, THIS 9 DAY OF Jul 2004
AT Bid 13 CTD 0 tHFt. BH79916H-
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bout 0615, 24 Jun 04, this office received an email from CW4 H erations
fficer, 22nd MP BN, Baghdad, Iraq, notifying this office of a possible patient abuse case at the 31"
ombat Support HospitaL The email requested this office to determine if SPC

William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC), Fort Bliss, TX, had previously been
'geed to the 31" Combat Support Hospital (CSH), LSA Anaconda, Baled, Iraq APO AE 09391.

bout 0930, 29 Jun 04, SAHand SA UNI11111110111111111MI this office interviewed 1SO 3I st Combat Support Hospital (CSH), LSA Anaconda, Salad, Iraq, APO -sue E 09391 (LABI), who stated SPC MOMMENNI./. 31" CSH, Fort Bliss, TX, had been H-sr igned to the CSH from mid January to May 04. 1SG stated SPC Had worked in ne of the medical wards for approximate! 3-4-iveeks before volunteering to be the driver for the
•rnmander and 1SG. When ISGHas questioned as to the validity of SPCINEMPloq-c: tement regarding a small child-being tam over.during.a.convoy,-1SGAMmelated to the best. f his knowledge SPC mad only been on one convoy and was a passenger in the back of the b c-S, &'5-Hand SPC VIM chicle. 1SG 10111.11111.tated he had never had any problems from SPC as generally regarded as a good soldier. 1SG delated CPL Hwas SPC inmate and might be able to provide further information.
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bout 1000, 29 Jun 04, SAHinterviewed CPLH 31"
SH, LAB I, who stated SPCMOnever told him anything about abusing Iraqi patients. CPL HbG-5

ted SPCHtad told him "I don't feel comfortable being around the Iraqi 1014-304 h4-31Y
etainees." When CPL Hquestioned regarding the issue of an Iraqi child being run b4c ,k43
ver, CPL....atated he only knew of SPC 11111111.alcing part in one convoy, which he was a ­assenger in a vehicle.

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ut 1015, 29 Jun 04, SA • terviewed COL
my Commander for Clinical Services, 31" CSH, LABI, who stated he and COMMIlI(NFI)10 14-3 ,b6.

ospital Commander, 31" CSH, conducted daily rounds to check on all patients receiving treatment -
OL MIIIIIIIfurther stated he and COLIMIlkonduct reviews of all patients who die in theb4e--•.tMe 3
spitaI to ensure proper, hospital procedures are being followed. COL Hstated a soldier of ter Clef"

PC...prank would not be left alone in a treatment ward with patients, and the patient to 01-C. -
•stered Nurse (RN) ratio is very low, which allows the RN's to keep a close watch on their patients.
L 1/1/11.further stated all treatment wards containing Iraqi detainees are staffed with Military bqz- 3 1 b:-3
lice (MP's) at all times to guard the prisoners.
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bout 1030, 29 Jun 04, SAHcoordinated with the Patient Administration Division (PAD),
CSH, LABI, to review death records pertaining to non-US personnel received by the 31" CSH

ince the unit's arrival to Iraq in Jan.04. There were 13 deaths recorded from Jan-Jun 04, including 4 g the approximate time SPC././Pras with the 31" CSH. Of those 4, none occurred whilek0C-5-fb‘-g
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PCH was performing duties as a medic at the hospital. The four deaths were recorded as
ollows:

ate Cause of Death Interval between onset and death
14 Mar 04 Gunshot Wound (GSW) Dead on arrival (DOA)
Apr 04 GSW, complications unknown
May 04 Organ failure from GSW 15 days
May 04 Severe blast injuries weeks

bout 0900, 1 Jul 04, this office received a Request For Assistance (RFA) 0271-04-CID014-74360,
om the Fort Bliss Resident Agency, Fort Bliss; TX 79916-0350. The RFA requested this office

ocate, fully identify, and interview SPC supervisors while deployed to Iraq to determine if
ey have any knowledge of alleged abuse of patients. The followin names were provided in the RFA:
PTIMMINOMEgiblr.

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bout 1000, 1 Jul 04, SA L 1111111.1111. interviewed CPTI11111111111 Company, HCSH, LABI, who
a verbal statement in which she stated SPCOSIShad not related anything out of the bte-s ­rdinary to her, other than he had issues treating the Iraqi patients because of the things they had done
American soldiers. CPT _stated SPCinahazI only worked in the hospital a short timel y
or to becoming her and the 1SG's driver.

bout 1048, 1 Jul 04, SAHinterviewed SS( LPN, who stated she had been SPC
line supervisor during his time at the Intensive Care Ward (]CW). SSG.1111116stated she
allowed SPCiliMo become the Commander's driver because of he was constantly late to work

d did not like working inside the hospital. SSG stated at no time was SPOSIIIIIMIkver left
one on the ward, and that it was not possible for him to have done the things he claimed. (See Sworn
tatement for details)

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not assigned to his unit and was still stationed at Willizm Beaumont Army Medical Center
AMC); Fort Bliss, TX; however, ISOOMONMelated a LTC 111111=1111111111111was ilk
"geed to the 31 g CSH, LABI, but was currently on mid tour leave and would return in approximately
-4 days.
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31 g CSH, LABI, who stated she was the head nurse in charge of the ICW's. LTC allastated-
PCVIIIIIkiorked in the ICW for only a brief time before being transferred to the commanders driver
sition..LTC1111111111111ttated she had no knowledge of any patients being abused, and further stated if

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DETAILS

About 0945, SA received a copy of SPC medical records from Mrs. 018.111111111.111=== refused to give SSN, Contractor,b1C -q / 14-14 Records Section, WBAMC, FBTX. A review of the documents revealed SPC MUM did not have prior psychological problems and was diagnosed6qt.-5j 64-15
with post-traumatic stress disorder following his disclosures to Ms. 111111111. (See Medical Records for details)177C-q)b6-( 191C--I 4%4, 71. bh -4
About 1131, 30 Aug 04, SA goordinated with CPT UM Office of the Staff Judge Advocate (OSJA), FBTX, who opined 04-q)" there was probable cause to believe SPC 1.11111.committed the offenseefc 511345
wasoc-qpi:6--Li of False Official Statement. CPT VIM further stated there insufficient evidence to believe the offense of Murder occurred.
104C--1 ) lo* -1 About 1252, 30 Aug 04, SA 111111111Mbriefed CPTionmon all aspects of this investigation.
3,AW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS: A check of the files of this office, and the US Army Crime Records Center disclosed SPC MO was listed as a.b7c,---S-j -S­subject of ROI 1010
A check of the National Crimes Information center revealed no derogatory information on SPC 411110///LAST ENTRY///
TYPED AGENT'S NAME AND SEQUENCE NUMBER ORGANIZATION Ft Bliss Resident Agency (CID)
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Referred to:
U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/
PRIVACY ACT OFFICE ATTENTION: MCFP 2050 WORTH ROAD, SUITE 13 FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEXAS 78234-6013
MR. JOHN PETERSON John.Petersonl@cen.amedd.army.mil
(210) 221-7826
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Law Enforcement Sensitive
DATE 30 AUG 2004
FROM SAC USACIDC RES AGCY FT BLISS TX
TO: DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA// CDR, WBAMC CHIEF OF STAFF, WBAMC DEPUTY PM, FBTX MP BLOTTERS, FBTX MP DESK NCOIC MP OPERATIONS PM, FBTX PM, WBAMC to1C..:3 6k,.3 SJA, FBTX ATTN: MAJM11111.11110 THRU: CDR, 11TH MP BN, FORT HOOD, TX TO: CDR, 6TH MP GRP, FORT LEWIS, WA CHIEF OF STAFF USAADACEN FBTX GARRISON COMMANDER, FBTX CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //CIOP-ZA// CG USACIDC FT BELVOIR VA //C10P-ZA//
SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - 3D STATUS/SSI -
0271-2004-CID014-74360 - 5H 1 P / 5M2b
DRAFTER:
RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 18 JAN 2004, 0001 - 14 FEB 2004, 2359; INTENSIVE CARE WARD, CAMP ANACONDA, BALAD, IRAQ
2.24 JUN 2004, 1410 24 JUN 2004, 2001; FORT BLISS RESIDENT AGENCY,
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FORT BLISS, TX 79916-9916
2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 23 JUN 2004, 1738

3.
INVESTIGATED BY:b -1 E,./09, SA

4.
SUBJECT:

1. CHANGED NONE, ; MURDER (UNFOUNDED) (NFI)
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FORT BLISS, TX 79916; MC ; FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT

5. VICTIM:
1.UNKNOWN, (DECEASED) ; CIV; IRAQ; MALE; OTHER; MURDER
(UNFOUNDED) (NFI)

2. U.S. GOVERNMENT; FORT BLISS, TX 79916; FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT
6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR

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

3RD STATUS:
THIS STATUS REPORT IS BEING GENERATED TO UNFOUND THE OFFENSE OF MURDER.
ON 30 AUG 04, THIS OFFICE RECEIVED THE FINAL INFORMATION REPORT FROM THE CID OFFICE, BALAD, IRAQ. THE INF SJON IN TH " ' • RT DID NOT

CORROBORATE THE INFORMAT 0 S -TOLD MS. • IT WAS DETERMINED A SOLDIER OF SP NK WOULD NEVER BE LEFT ALONE IN THE TREATMENT WARD WITH THE PATIENTS AND BECAUSE OF THE LOW REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TO PATIENT RATIO, THE RN'S ALWAYS KEPT A CLOSE WATCH ON THEIR PATIENTS. THERE WERE 13 DEATHS RECORDED FROM JAN 04 TO JUN 04, FOUR OF THOSE OCCURRED DURING THE TIME SPC11111111111 WAS 6/c-S-ibG-S-DEPLOYED WITH THE 31ST CSH. OF THOSE FOUR, NONE OCCURRED WHILE SPC 111111111WAS PERFORMING DUTIES AS A MEDIC. FURTHER, ALL INDIVIDUALS101c-s; INTERVIEWED STATED SPC IIMNEVER TOLD THEM HE HURT ANY OF THE 64c.s W.-5" IRAQI DETAINEES AND THEY NEVER SAW HIM HURT THE DETAINEES.
2ND STATUS:
THIS STATUS IS BEING GENERATED TO ADD SPCININI¦AS A SUBJECT OF FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT, AND TO ADD THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AS A VICTIM OF FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT.
6g.75-170 - 6--ON 29 JUN 04, SPCRIMWAS RE-INTERVIEWED AND PROVIDED A SWORN STATEMENT AND ADMITTED HE SUBMITTED A STATEMENT HE KNEW TO BE FALSE WHEN HE DENIED HE TOLD MS.11111MHE KILLED AND HARMED IRAQI 04-4
HIS CARE. SPCIIIMWDMITTED HE TOLD MAIIMMHE674-6, 1( DETAINEES IN HARMED AND KILLED IRAQI DETAINEES, BUT MAINTAINED HE NEVER DID THE
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THINGS HE TOLD MS. =MID SPCOMHE TOLD MS. MI11111WTHESE THINGS
TO VENT HIS ANGER, AND WAS UNDER THE ASSUMPTION THAT IT WAS A
CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING SESSION AND HE COULD NOT GET IN TROUBLE.

INITIAL:
ABOUT 1738, 23 JUN 04, MAJ B COMPANY WILLIAM
BEAUMONT ARMY MEDICAL CENTER (WBAMC), FORT BLISS, TX (FBTX) 1:3.4c24 ) bfrq
NOTIFIED THIS OFFICE ONE OF HIS COUNSELORS, MRS Mill11.11111=00,
CONTRACTOR, SOCIAL WORK CARE MANAGER, PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE
DEVELOPMENT GROUP, SAN ANTONIO, TX, INFORMED HIM SPCIIIIIMBITOLD HERS14,51 be -5"
HE ABUSED IRAQI DETAINEES.

THIS IS A DETAINEE ABUSE INVESTIGATION. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED SPCOMMIIWAS DEPLOYED TO IRAQ ON 7 JAN 04 AND REDEPLOYED-s i do-s-ON 31 MAY 04. sPcIlmwevAs A COMBAT MEDIC AND WORKED AT THE bi-c-s, J=4-S INTENSIVE CARE WARD (ICW) IN BALAD, IRAQ. SPCOMMIDWORKED IN THE ICW FOR APPROXIMATELY ONE MONTH UNTIL HE WAS MOVED TO BE THE COMMANDER'S DRIVER. SPCIIMPREDEPLOYED FROM IRAQ THREE WEEKS !off-Cr AGO AS HIS END TOUR OF SERVICE WAS COMPLETE IN SEP 04. ON 23 JUN 04, SPC 1111111.CONTACTED MRS 511/111-FOR A COUNSELING SESSION. SPC 644, b INITIALLY MET MRS SATA REDEPLOYMENT BRIEFING. ON 22 JUN 04, SPCI4c-4, ba-ci
VINDICATED HE WANTED TO TALK TO HER, BUT HE DID NOT TELL HER WHY. ON 23 JUN 04, DURING THE SESSION, MRS BASKED SPC 111110WHAT WERE TWO OF HIS WORST EXPERIENCES IN IRAQ. ACCORDING TO MRS 1111=104c-'4 ib "I SPCIIIMINITOLD HER THE FIRST EXPERIENCE INVOLVED AN IRAQI SOLDIER THROWING A CHILD INTO THE ROAD SO THE CONVOY HE WAS TRAVELING IN COULD RUN OVER IT. THE SECOND EXPERIENCE INVOLVED SPC MIONOCARINGW -s-/ FOR IRAQI WAR PRISONERS. MRS VINDICATED SPCOMMITOLD HER HE6r-44,6-grit, S-KILLED NUMEROUS DETAINEES BY PUTTING BLEACH IN THEIR INTRAVENOUS
(IV) BAGS, INTENTIONALLY CUTTING THEIR ARTERIES SO AS THEY WOULD BLEED OUT, PUNCHED THEM, AND SPIT IN THEIR FOOD. MRS illiMALSOloc-q, 64-4 INDICATED SPCIIIIMPTOLD HER THE DEATH CERTIFICATES OF THE PRISONERS UNDER HIS CARE DID NOT INDICATE ANY FOUL PLAY INVOLVING THEIR DEATHS. MRS -ALSO INDICATED SKIIIINDroLD HER IF SHE TOLDLI-c-%s" ANYONE, HE WOULD DENY IT.
ON 24 JUN 04, SPAM/I/WAS ADVISED OF HIS LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH HE WAIVED AND PROVIDED A SWORN STATEMENT IN WHICH HE DENIED KILLING OR ABUSING IRAQI DETAINEES. SPCIIIIMPSAID HE PERFORMED ONLY ONE IV AND VARIOUS OTHER DUTIES. SPCMfarLAIMED MRSOMMO tol-c--4) bco-1 MISINTERPRETED WHAT HE SAID AS HE WAS VERY EMOTIONAL WHEN HE WAS
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ABOUT FEELINGS AND DREAMS AND HE DID NOT SPECIFY WHAT EXPERIENCE WAS A FEELING OR A DREAM, AND WHAT WAS REALITY. SPC SNINICLAIMEDLIt-S 66' 5-THE EXPERIENCES HE RELAYED TO MRS 1111111111.WERE ALL DREAMS OF1.1-c-4,b(,•q ENGAGING IN THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR, BUT HE NEVER ACTUALLY FOLLOWED THROUGH WITH IT.
ON 24 JUN 04, THIS OFFICE COORDINATED WITH THE BN OPERATIONS OFFICER IN THEATER. IT WAS DETERMINED THERE WAS NO REPORT OF THESE /544AI) pi ALLEGATIONS OR A REPORT OF INVESTIGATION INITIATED ON SPCONOINI THEATER.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.
7. COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2 PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR 380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.
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FROM SAC USACIDC RES AGCY FT BLISS TX
TO: DIR USACRC FT BELVOIR VA //CICR-ZA//
CDR, WBANIC
CHIEF OF STAFF, WBAMC
DEPUTY PM, FBTX
MP BLOTTERS, FBTX
MP DESK
NCOIC MP OPERATIONS
PM, FBTX
PM, WBAMC Loc. 3 teW
SJA, FBTX ATTN: MAJ
THRU: CDR, 11TH MP BN, FORT HOOD, TX
TO: CDR, 6TH MP GRP, FORT LEWIS, WA
CHIEF OF STAFF USAADACEN FBTX
GARRISON COMMANDER, FBTX

SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - 2D STATUS/SSI -
0271-2004-CID014-74360 - 5H1P / 5M2
c_ i.! --1

DRAFTER: RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1. 18 JAN 2004, 0001 - 14 FEB 2004, 2359; INTENSIVE CARE WARD, CAMP ANACONDA, BALAD, IRAQ
2.24 JUN 2004, 1410 - 24 JUN 2004, 2001; FORT BLISS RESIDENT AGENCY, FORT BLISS, TX 79916-9916
2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 23 JUN 2004, 1738

3.
INVESTIGATED BY:ro, c_- I, b -11 SA

4.
SUBJECT: 1.UNKNOWN, ; MURDER (NFI)

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2. ADDED 11161111111111111111110SPC; 111111111PMALE; OTHER; A COMPANY, WILLIAM BEAUMONT ARMY MEDICAL CENTER, FORT BLISS, TX 79916; FC ; FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT
5. VICTIM: -
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1.UNKNOWN, ; CIV; IRAQ; MALE; OTHER; MURDER (NFI)

2. ADDED U.S. GOVERNMENT; FORT BLISS, TX 79916; FALSE OFFICIAL
STATEMENT

6. INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND MAY BE CHANGED PRIOR TO THE
COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.

2ND STATUS:
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SPC THIS STATUS IS BEING GENERATED TO ADD SPCIIIIIIIIR AS A SUBJECT OF FALSE
OFFICIAL STATEMENT, AND TO ADD THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AS A VICTIM OF
FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENT.
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ON 29 JUN 04, SPC -WAS RE-INTERVIEWED AND PROVIDED A SWORN
STATEMENT AND ADMITTED HE SUBMITTED A STATEMENT HE KNEW TO BE
FALSE WHEN HE DENIED HE TOLD MS. KILLED AND HARMED IRAQI
DETAINEES IN HIS CARE. SPC ADMITTED

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ADMITTED HE TOLD MS.1.1111110HEV14--c44 bb-clq
HARMED AND KILLED IRAQI DETAINEES, BUT MAINTAINED HE NEVER DID THE
THINGS HE TOLD MS.1111111111111 SPC 11111111111HE TOLD MS. inNTHESE THINGS
TO VENT HIS ANGER, AND WAS UNDER THE ASSUMPTION THAT IT WAS A
CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING SESSION AND HE COULD NOT GET IN TROUBLE.

INITIAL:
104C..-" 3 6 C.a -3 ABOUT 1738, 23 JUN 04, MAJ COMPANY WILLIAM BEAUMONT ARMY MEDICAL CENTER (WBAMC), FORT BLISS, TX (FBTX)
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NOTIFIED THIS OFFICE ONE OF HIS COUNSELORS, MRS CONTRACTOR, SOCIAL WORK CARE MANAGER, PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT GROUP, SAN ANTONIO, TX, INFORMED HIM SPC —TOLD HER HE ABUSED IRAQI DETAINEES.
THIS IS A DETAINEE ABUSE INVESTIGATION. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED SPC aNNOWAS DEPLOYED TO IRAQ ON 7 JAN 04 AND REDEPLOYED-hl-c-61be-s-ON 31 MAY 04. SPCIIIMOWAS A COMBAT MEDIC AND WORKED AT THEblz-S i bb -S-INTENSIVE CARE WARD (ICW) IN BALAD, IRAQ. SPCOMMIIWORKED IN THE ICW FOR APPROXIMATELY ONE MONTH UNTIL HE WAS MOVED TO BE THE COMMANDER'S DRIVER. SPCIIIIIOREDEPLOYED FROM IRAQ THREE WEEKS676.6-, 64-s AGO AS HIS END TOUR OF SERVICE WAS COMPLETE IN SEP 04. ON 23 JUN 04, SPC
1111111000NTACTED MRSOMMINFOR A COUNSELING SESSION. SPC1111111. (01-c--6VQ -45-INITIALLY MET MRS 1111.11•11.AT A REDEPLOYMENT BRIEFING. ON 22 JUN 04, SPCUMINDICATED HE WANTED TO TALK TO HER, BUT HE DID NOT TELL HER
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WHY. ON 23 JUN 04, DURING THE SESSION, MRS./MASKED SPCLWHAT
WERE TWO OF HIS WORST EXPERIENCES IN IRAQ. ACCORDING TO MRSII/1. cc-* 10("`i
SPC..TOLD HER THE FIRST EXPERIENCE INVOLVED AN IRAQI SOLDIERio7c.6,40-5 -
THROWING A CHILD INTO THE ROAD SO THE CONVOY HE WAS TRAVELING IN
COULD RUN OVER IT. THE SECOND EXPERIENCE INVOLVED SPC11.101CARINGEAc 5d3"
FOR IRAQI WAR PRISONERS. MRS VINDICATED SPC-TOLD HER Hal-clic W.1 15
KILLED NUMEROUS DETAINEES BY PUTTING BLEACH IN THEIR INTRAVENOUS
(IV) BAGS, INTENTIONALLY CUTTING THEIR ARTERIES SO AS THEY WOULD BLEED OUT, PUNCHED THEM, AND SPIT IN THEIR FOOD. MRS.MALSO b?c--4 is49-(1 INDICATED SPC -TOLD HER THE DEATH CERTIFICATES OF THE PRISONERS UNDER HIS CARE DID NOT INDICATE ANY FOUL PLAY INVOLVING THEIR DEATHS. MRS ALSO INDICATED SPC TOLD HER IF SHE TOLDIcr+c-4,C b‘-tit ANYONE, HE WOULD DENY IT.
ON 24 JUN 04, SPC AS ADVISED OF HIS LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH HE
WAIVED AND PROVIDED A SWORN STATEMENT IN WHICH HE DENIED KILLING
OR ABUSING IRAQI DETAINEES. SPC 11.11111ISAID HE PERFORMED ONLY ONE IV 67-c-•5 -i bro-s" AND VARIOUS OTHER DUTIES. SPC_JCLAIMED MRS IMMO (01-c--`i ca
MISINTERPRETED WHAT HE SAID AS HE WAS VERY EMOTIONAL WHEN HE WAS TALKING TO HER AND HE DID NOT DISTINGUISH BETWEEN HIS FEELINGS AND DREAMS. SPCVIIIIINIISAID DUE TO HIS EMOTIONAL STATE, HE BELIEVED MRSbl-c-g t k4-5 111MMEDMISINTERPRETED WHAT HE SAID BECAUSE THEY WERE TALKING t4c-i b6-'f ABOUT FEELINGS AND DREAMS AND HE DID NOT SPECIFY WHAT EXPERIENCE WAS A FEELING OR A DREAM, AND WHAT WAS REALITY. SPCIIIIMMICLAIMEDWc-s itkc THE EXPERIENCES HE RELAYED TO MRS 111011.WERE ALL DREAMS OEW-V el:e0-4 ENGAGING IN THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR, BUT HE NEVER ACTUALLY FOLLOWED THROUGH WITH IT.
ON 24 JUN 04, THIS OFFICE COORDINATED WITH THE BN OPERATIONS OFFICER IN THEATER. IT WAS DETERMINED THERE WAS NO REPORT OF THESE 1;4c--5;60-6--
ALLEGATIONS OR A REPORT OF INVESTIGATION INITIATED ON SPCENDIN THEATER.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.
7.
COMMANDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE PROVISIONS OF AR 600-8-2 PERTAINING TO SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS AND AR 380-67 FOR THE SUSPENSION OF SECURITY CLEARANCES OF PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

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CDR, WBAMC
CHIEF OF STAFF, WBAMC
DEPUTY PM, FBTX
MP BLOTTERS, FBTX
MP DESK
NCOIC MP OPERATIONS
PM, FBTX

PM, WBAMC loq-c-- 3 , io (0 -3
SJA, FBTX ATTN: MAJMIMMINIS
THRU: CDR, 11TH MP BN, FORT HOOD, TX
TO: CDR, 6TH MP GRP, FORT LEWIS, WA
CHIEF OF STAFF USAADACEN FBTX
GARRISON COMMANDER, FBTX

SUBJECT: CID REPORT OF INVESTIGATION - INITIAL/SSI - 0271-2004-CID014-74360 SHIP
blc-1 66-1 DRAFTER:
RELEASER:
1. DATES/TIMES/LOCATIONS OF OCCURRENCES:
1.
18 JAN 2004, 0001 - 14 FEB 2004, 2359; INTENSIVE CARE WARD, CAMP ANACONDA, BALAD, IRAQ

2.
DATE/TIME REPORTED: 23 JUN 2004, 1738

3.
INVESTIGATED BY: 1›.1.c.--SA

4.
SUBJECT:

1. UNKNOWN, ; MURDER (NFI)
5. VICTIM:
1. UNKNOWN, ; CIV; IRAQ; MALE; OTHER; MURDER (NFI)
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THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT IS BASED UPON AN ALLEGATION OR
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COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION.

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BEAUMONT ARMY MEDICAL CENTER (WBAMC), FORT BLISS, TX (FBTX) (04c

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CONTRACTOR, SOCIAL WORK CARE MANAGER, PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE
DEVELOPMENT GROUP, SAN ANTONIO, TX, INFORMED HIM SPC TOLD HER
HE ABUSED IRAQI DETAINEES. hogr-tfilc6-6—

THIS IS A DETAINEE ABUSE INVESTIGATION. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION REVEALED SPC -WAS DEPLOYED TO IRAQ ON 7 JAN 04 AND REDEPLOYED ON 31 MAY 04. SPCOMIDWAS A COMBAT MEDIC AND WORKED AT THEIn4G-s1i:4 -s-INTENSIVE CARE WARD (ICW) IN BALAD, IRAQ. SPCIIIMWORKED IN THE ICW FOR APPROXIMATELY ONE MONTH UNTIL HE WAS MOVED TO BE THE COMMANDER'S DRIVER. SPC REDEPLOYED FROM IRAQ THREE WEEKS1,3c -S-1 66-5--
AGO AS HIS END TOUR OF SERVICE WAS COMPLETE IN SEP 04. ON 23 JUN 04, SPC ...CONTACTED MRS111111/11FOR A COUNSELING SESSION. SPC.111.124C:5,(0 (9 -5--
INITIALLY MET MRS SAT A REDEPLOYMENT BRIEFING. ON 22 JUN 04, SPC in. INDICATED HE WANTED TO TALK TO HER, BUT HE DID NOT TELL HER WHY. ON 23 JUN 04, DURING THE SESSION, MRS 111111.1111 ASKED SPC.1.11WHAT WERE TWO OF HIS WORST EXPERIENCES IN IRAQ. ACCORDING TO MRS 11/1.06 -7-c--4)10b-q SPC MOP TOLD HER THE FIRST EXPERIENCE INVOLVED AN IRAQI SOLDIER THROWING A CHILD INTO THE ROAD SO THE CONVOY HE WAS TRAVELING IN COULD RUN OVER IT. THE SECOND EXPERIENCE INVOLVED SPC 1.11111CARING FOR IRAQI WAR PRISONERS. MRS INDICATED SPCON.TOLD HER HElolt -416- 66-14-
KILLED NUMEROUS DETAINEES BY PUTTING BLEACH IN THEIR INTRAVENOUS
(IV) BAGS, INTENTIONALLY CUTTING THEIR ARTERIES SO AS THEY WOULD BLEED OUT, PUNCHED THEM, AND SPIT IN THEIR FOOD. MRS _ALSO INDICATED SPIN. TOLD HER THE DEATH CERTIFICATES OF THE PRISONERS UNDER HIS CARE DID NOT INDICATE ANY FOUL PLAY INVOLVING THEIR DEATHS. MRS empALSO INDICATED SPC11.0TOLD HER IF SHE TOLD0c -4 ,6 1:44446-
ANYONE, HE WOULD DENY IT.
ON 24 JUN 04, SPCIIIIIPWAS ADVISED OF HIS LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH HE WAIVED AND PROVIDED A SWORN STATEMENT IN WHICH HE DENIED KILLING OR ABUSING IRAQI DETAINEES. SPCMSAID HE PERFORMED ONLY ONE IVI AND VARIOUS OTHER DUTIES. SPC LAIMED MRS mob (04 )6 0' MISINTERPRETED WHAT HE SAID AS HE WAS VERY EMOTIONAL WHEN HE WAS TALKING TO HER AND HE DID NOT DISTINGUISH BETWEEN HIS FEELINGS AND DREAMS. SPCi—AID DUE TO HIS EMOTIONAL STATE, HE BELIEVED MRS
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ON 24 JUN 04, THIS OFFICE COORDINATED WITH THE BN OPERATIONS OFFICER IN THEATER. IT WAS DETERMINED THERE WAS NO REPORT OF THESE6-K-ci*-s---ALLEGATIONS OR A REPORT OF INVESTIGATION INITIATED ON SPOINIMIN THEATER.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUES BY USACIDC.
7.
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