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

Memo summarizes the interview of a Camp Delta detainee. The interview was conducted by a Special Agent with the FBI and a Special Agent with the Air Force (AFOSI), also, an Urdu linguist was present to translate. Detainee stated that on 09/12/2002 during an interrogation, he was assaulted by the interrogator. Also, the detainee requested to be moved to another cell block because the guards on his cell block would punish the entire cell block when a few detainees were disruptive.

Doc_type: 
Interview
Doc_date: 
Wednesday, March 5, 2003
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE
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1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 2, PLACE CAMP DELTA, GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER b '7) (5) opz)
4. REMARKS
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Federal Bureau o Investigation (FBI), and SA lall1111.111111i, r Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), at Camp Delta, Guan tanamo Bay, Cuba. The interview was conducted in the Urdu language and translated by contract linguist After being advised of the identities of the interviewing Agents and the nature of the interview, provided fhe following information:
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dlliMmaintains that e on y Traveled to Afghanistan with th JEISH E MUHAMED (JEM) to see the sites.
However, he did provide more Information concerning the pe le he traveled with when he left Pakistan. mum
advised there were eleven oth er people In the JEM office w him, but he only got to know one of them, an
individual namedLNU). was fro the village of Gujranwala in Pakistan and was also going
to Afghanistan with the J M to see the site admitted that he knew the JEM was recruiting people to
travel to Afghanistan to fi ht in the jihad. and ew that the other ten men with them traveled to
Afghanistan with the inten on of fighting in e jihad. dvised that JEM representatives told him that they
would take him to Afghani tan to see wha was goin on there the hope that he would want to stay fight. He
claims that no one ever tol him he had t fight and o one treate im any differently because he chose to work in
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was asked if he thou ght the JEM were supporting a worthy cause and if he support' ti the war against the Northern Alliance, He advised that he did not believe it was a worthy cause or a Just war. claimed that it was not his war to fight and he just wa nted to visit the country. He maintained that he was forced t stay with the JEM and work in the kitchen. He claims that he was told that there were laws in place to keep hi ere and if he tried to leave he would be captured an d detained by the Taliban. He was also told that the ar around where he was living was not safe. Because of the se reasons, he never tried to return to Pakistan. dvised that did leave on his own, but he does not know what happened to him. He claims that he did not go with because he thought he was ki dding about leaving and did not realize that he was serious until he ha already go e.
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1111/Mladviseo fiatno one other than the seven other people that worked with him in the kitchen lived where he lived. They prepared the food in the kitchen and people came to pick it up in pick-up trucks. He did not know where'
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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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Li. REMARKS (Continued)
they took the food. He suspects that they ok it to the house where he originally stayed. He claims that more than
100 men lived at that location. advised that he never heard if there was any training was taking place at
that location. He further stated at he never saw or participated in any type of training while in Afghanistan.

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a111111111111111was asked about statement he made to a uniformed interrogator 09/12/2002. I he interrogation, the attacks on the World T Center on 09/11/2001 were discussed. allegedly state in English, that the United States was oes onsible for "killing those people" and the "United States is always out money, money, money," seven pointed to the interviewer and stated "it is your fault." advised that he made that statement under stress and the interrogator was assaulting him physically. He claims that the interrogator made him angry but he never said that the United States was responsible for the attacks. He advised that the interrogator made that statement and he told the interrogator that he that he was just here to make money. He claims that the statement was incorrect and advised that it was taken under duress and completely out of context.
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dommiadvised that he does not harbor any ill will toward the United States as a result of his incarceration. He stated that he understands why the United States detained the people in Afghanistan. He cannot understand why he is still being detained and belaboted the point that he has told the truth and has answered "thousands" of questions. He asked if he could have an Urdu/English or English dictionary. He also requested that he be moved to another cellblock.' He claims that the guards on his celiblock unfairly punish the entire cellblock for the acts of a few disruptive detainees.
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