Criminal Investigation Task Force (CITF) Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Claim of Maltreatment at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay

The Criminal Investigation Task Force (CITF) interviewed two detainees at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to learn of camp conditions. The interview was conducted by the FBI and other agencies. One detainee explained that since being detained at Camp Delta he had been beaten and spat upon. Another soldier explained that he was beaten by American soldiers while in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He stated that he was lying face down in a medical tent, restrained while a soldier punched him several times, the soldier also kicked him in the face, causing damage to his face and breaking a tooth. He added that others in the tent laughed as the soldier kicked and punched him.

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on the_floor face down he wasbeing medically examined in a large tent by the Americans. While restrained and 1 stated that he was being hit on hispunched several times by an unknown American soldier in uniform.
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tated that after he was kicked all the people in the tent laughed.
damage to his face and breaking a tooth.
The interview was subsequently terminated.

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