Criminal Investigation Task Force Interview of Camp Delta Detainee re: Detainee's identity

Memo summarizes the interview of a Camp Delta detainee. The interview was conducted by two Special Agents with the Air Force (AFOSI) and the FBI, also, a Pashtu linguist was present to translate. The detainee explained that he previously lied to interrogators because the interrogators tortured him, but the interview notes do not describe the alleged torture.

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Interview
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Wednesday, February 12, 2003
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGI:
REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVIT 82
1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIV 2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER Oar-2.
12 Feb 03 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba diNNIMINNOlib
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4. REMARKS

Subject Interview of: (UNK)
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IntervieWers: SA , Ft. Belvoir - CITF - GITMO
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-6 e•hr0-r-• 'Lt.)) (c)-5—r Ori Febru y 12, 2003, C111=11¦1, A.K.A. , Internment Serial Number (isN 111¦1111111111111110 Wet iritetvieW"d at Camp Delta, U.S. Naval. Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba by Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent and Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) Special Agent . Also present during the interview was Milli1111=11111who provided Pashtu/English IL,,,ve, translation dur g the interview. provided the following information: L. (-7) (c)-2
1111111111.adVised he was unaware of the terrorist events of September 11, 2001; however, he was aware of the war between the Taliban and the American Security Forces. 11111111111•1 insisted he was innocent and had done nothing wrong.
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1111411111111111111k nickname is MN= which according to MIIIIIIIIII¦has no Meaning. His uncle, 41111111111111
was a child and his family and close friends still refer to him by that 1111111111111111011, gave him that name when he name. alliliM last address was .-AF. \-¦0€))Cc)--5" 6f.?)(0....e--)?(O-S--
i-g-cs- t)(7)co-if k7)co-s-aihaiJai' " ed he worked fOr111111111111116(Reference FBI rm 302 dated 27 Dec 02 and 7 F b 03) in Zormat, AF for approxi • ely two months. His duties included cookin , making tea and performing guard • ty. He was armed with aliehnikov rifle, one magazine with approxi tely 30-33 rounds of ammunition. stayed withrid approximately nineteen other individual Zormat, AF in two houses. He described the houses as one-story older buildings constructed of mud with 4- rooms In each residence. Neither residence contained ‘c-bco furniture and they slept on the floors. 1111111111111111. aimed the following weapons were located in the residen s: each individual had a Kalishnikov rifle (approximately 20), two RPG-7 rockets, one automatic weapon described as a big gun, but used the same ammo as the Kalishnikov rifles. He called it a SAL TAKA rifle. There were eight hand grenades distributed to the following individuals: had two, had two, 11111111111111111111111M—b
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believed"was approxim ely He . When he wore headgear, it was a and alsO he wore similar to the ones wore by U.S. Army personnel. 1111.11111111111--
stated all of the individuals in his camp wore the same uniforms, including himself. He claimed that provided them the uniforms. According to 111¦01.11.Wd Working for the U.S. American Coalition, Forces and thdy gave him the rank of general. NFI) . ever personally metalMilla but only saw a be,Y-
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INAMIladlaitnea -.initially came to his orn r q his help to provide protection against hisenemies who allegedly wanted to harm him. 111111111111•Iwas friends with father,011111111111111111 ¦1111111 however, .11116111114id not request his father's help. The enemies includ d1111111who was an Al Qaeda and 1
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THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS NEITHER RECOMMENDATIONS NOR CONCLUSIONS OF AFOSI. IT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE AFOSI AND IS LOANED TO YOUR AGENCY; THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT TO BE RELEASED OUTSIDE YOUR AGENCY.
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Taliban. (NFI) Another purpoSed enemy was.who later became .friend when (2,Aamarried his daughter..stated the twenty individuals who worked for .were allegedly employed to protect hirn and not fig4hiltilaligli:117U.S. Coalition forces. 111111111111,used two red Honda otorcycles for trentpottatien.. C'")Co-S-.\
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iormsalso claimed hi duties at.camp include guarding two prisoners arrested by .for
allegedly stealing a vehicle..village elected.to act as a leader for matters concerning crime
and the proper punishment. arimpastated the two prisoners were eventually released.

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11111118.111belieVed =IOW opinion of the Americans.1 p he Americans had
diOlaced the Taliban and Al Qaeda. Undet the American's pre ence, was allo z to travel freely.

'elieVed someone lied to the Americans concerning man .eying anti-American
beliefS. In faCt,4611111111111111Lclaimed he was helping the American Coalition forces and was even provided an ID-card,
which he wore arou ." his neck signifying his positive relationship with the American forces. (Nmaimma a

e 5s;te(7la IMG Officer (NFI) ave him the ID-card. ‘A--71(0-'C.19c-ncc)- s" loo'tc)-C ICI ( '")) ec) --C , t ")) Co T. 3-At One point during theiciterView,11.11411,claimed t at there was no missile attack against the Americahs and e Was arrested only bec se he owned a rifle. Ho .er, he later changed his story, claiming that "-6(7)(0_r-
and. in fact fire missiles against the American forces and he had no
involvement. He claimed that he lied during earlier interviews regarding his involvement in a missile attack because
he was seared and Was being tortured forcing him tq_gonfse
ks t.1 the attack. He said that was all a lie and he had not

been involved and was innocent. Later, .char? ed les story once again stating that 1111111111111111111111k
, and111111111110110gWNlighting the Americans but were in fact fighting against thebe -Val -Jr

c. caPelitiii.Rae of Gardaiz, AF. They we fibhting the people from Gatdaiz, AF because they had attempted to stop"vehielet and also stole one of their vehicles. 11111111111111claiMed that in Sep 02, the above four
individual fired five missiles toward a group of individuals in the Gardaiz village. .believed4111¦111111
pin-Chat d two of the rockets from Baloo, PK. (NFI) MINK claimed hewt_an)ot presen when the rockets were

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ired d had never even seen a rocket fired. / f
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_'was showed photographS from a FBI lead, dated 10 Feb 03, and a photograph from an U.S. Army
CriMinal Investigation Division (CID) lead dated Oct 02. 41111111=listated he did not recognize any of the individuals
depicted in the photographs.. l (.-.)).cc..) _ c

The interview was terminated at this point.
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milmi.obviously
Agents Notes:.was o vious y not being truthful during the interview and attempted to avoid the questions
by discussing alternate matters.

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