Criminal Investigation Task Force (CITF) Interview re: Concerning Coordinated Detainee Conduct at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay

The detainee being interviewed states that that detainee in Cell #39 on his Block is the leader of the Arab detainees and he is organizing them to resist efforts to be interrogated. He states that this detainee in Cell #39 speaks English and "He uses this ability to cause trouble in the block." And he "intentionally misinterprets statements made by the soldiers in a way that makes the soldiers appear cruel. He also misinterprets statements made by the detainees so that the soldiers do not get the real story." This detainee also states that the Detainee in Cell #39 tells other detainees to "look sick" when the media come to the facility.

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.„ . CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE (CITI
REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 35
3. ACTIVITY NUMBER (/ Of: D.)

1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 2. PLACE
17 Oct 02 GTMO
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4. REMARKS
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Date/Place: 17 Oct 02/GTMO
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On 10/17/2002, ;was interviewed at Camp Delta, Guantanamo B = , Cuba. The interview was conducted
, Federal Bureau of Investigation and

--1111111111b Interviewing personnel included Special Agent (SA) ;Criminal Investigative Command (CID). Language Specialise/1M was present as an
SA
inter provided the following information: ,(tio)e-7)2_s_
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asked to see investigators because he wan to provide info atio regarding otiliiiirnees in is block.
block.;is on a hunger strike

who lives in cell 39, is the current I ader of the Arab suspects that;refuses food when brought by the
and is attempting to get other detainees to join him.;
soldiers, but-eats food passsed to him by his neighbor once the soldiers leave. ;does not;but 7)(6
there is anfilliin his block who translates alla statements forft and the o era/Mb

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_speaks English. He uses this ability to cause trouble in the bock. IMIllintentionally misinterprets
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r statements made by the soldiers in a way that makes the soldiers appear cruel. He also misinterprets statements made by the detainees so that the soldiers do not get the real story. The soldiers should not useallato translate for them. 6(1)101-( -57 £C)-5-
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111111111111told the other detainees to ly ab ut their cells and look sick when e media cam in to film the release of the
recently freed detainees. The;n the block refused to listen t ;ut;did try to make
themselves look sick when the cameras came in.

The Arabs in Camp Delta want to see a judge before they will talk. They are attempting to force the Americans to
decide who is a criminal and who is not, by refusing to talk to investigators.

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inthas not heard of any plans for a mass suicide attempt in Camp Delta.
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The Arab detainees which/11 knew as 11111111,' and fallinthave been moves' out of alli block.
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When fie was arrested and heldLC:yIIIIIIIIIII
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that he would be seen by;and then released. However,;never s;Instead,;
companions were t

of his companions were turned over to the Americans. They were taken to Bagram, where ;;5 released. Onl;was kept in custody and eventually flown to Cuba.;suspects that he was kept because lid , (7)(0--e eader of the group. allirwas never told by ;or the America s why he was turned over to the US forces. alheard a rumor that thericans were paying eople for bringing n prisoners. He does not know If /this is why htk was given to the US fo n ; t 1)(C)-3;, ,I9 (-)-)( C) 'S.-
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has not received any mail since he arrived in Cuba, even though he has sent several letters to his family telling

them how to reach him.
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THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS NEITHER RECOMMENDATIONS NOR CONCLUSIONS OF CITF. IT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE
CITF AND IS LOANED TO YOUR AGENCY; THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT TO BE RELEASED OUTSIDE YOUR AGENCY.

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