Criminal Investigation Task Force: Interviews of Detainees at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay re: Camp Conditions

Memo summarizes the interview of a Camp Delta detainee. Two interviews were conducted by Special Agents with the FBI, a Special Agent with the Air Force (AFOSI) and a Special Agent with NCIS, also, a linguist was present to translate in both interviews.
The first detainee answered questions regarding his past and whether he identified with the Taliban. He stated that he was beaten by Americans when he was detained in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
The second detainee stated he was in the Tango block of the camp and alleged that two guards in the unit, known as '94' and 'keys' treated the detainees badly.

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Interview
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Thursday, April 10, 2003
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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iIMMAIIIIIII1/11IMIEWA Internment Serial Number (ISN) was interviewed by SA
and SA 111•11.111111111110, Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), at Camp Delta,
Guantanamo Ba Cuba. The interview wasonducted in Arabic and translated by .MEW provided the

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IMMINiadvised that he was domg well and his mouth felt better (ref FM40 20MAR03 1111111111¦11).
iwas asked how he had known the details about the Taliban that he provided in his previous statements. He was
specifically asked about the black turban, K.alisbnikov and the RPG (ref FBI 302, 11 Apr 02). clarified that he
had heard of the Taliban wearing black turbans from the media. He further claimed that even in Saudi ikit. was not
unusual to hear of the weapons referenced. He denied having any involvement or interaction with the Taliban. 6 e-hea ....r

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Jamaat Tabligh. He provided the following names: 1111111111111 ¦11=1, Mecca, Saudi Arabia,
PAkistan, and (nephew ofaIIIIIIMIMMMIIIC Kabul, Afghanistan. could not recall any
addresses but claimed to ve had them in his bag before hi lost it (ref FBI 302, 15 Jul 02). He Lso claimed to have had
some addresses on him when he was captured. He later clarified that he had on him during hii apture a paper from the
Jamaat Tabligh. The paper contained instructions on where r go in Pakistan and Afghanistan t he did not recall if there
were addresses on the paper.

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sulik dvised that if he were released he would return to Saudi Arabia and attempt to get a job. He also stated he would probably get married.
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stated he was not happy that the Americans have kept him detained. He did not like the treatment specifically
when he had been beaten while in detention at Kandahar, AR However, he was willing to return to Saudi Arabia and
forget about the bad times he had will confined. He would try not to have bad feeling against the United States.

111111111confirmed that the story provided (ref FBI 302, 15 Jul 02) was true and accurate. He added a few details about
his stay in Pakistan. He claimed that he spent approximately 45 days teaching illiterate individuals about the Koran in
Karachi and in the neighboring factory area. He further stated he assisted in dividing the money he had collected for
different charities.

masked mterviewers about the rumor of 77 detainees departing GTMO, Cuba. immiwas told that detainees
have been released but specific information would not be provided to him.

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE (CIT REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
I. GATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER
10 Apr 03 Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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4. REMARKS
Subject Interview of: (UNK) c-2)(0-5-
Date/Place: 10 Apr 03/Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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also nown as (AKA)1111INIIII/Namitsionania aka
aka Internment Serial Number (ISN) was

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interviewed at Camp Delta, U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba by Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Special Agent (SA) Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) SAS and Linguist
11.1.10101, The interview was onducted in Arabic. 111111111111Mprovided the following information.

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1111111111111111 appeared to be in good health and stated that he felt well and had no problems.
When questioned regarding his status In the cellblocks, he responded that he has . been in Tango block for
approximately one week; prior to that he was in Sierra block. He Is at behavior level 4 and the reason for this is
because he fought with guards when there was a recent revolt in the block. The revolt occurred because the guards

hit one of the brothers. The detainees threw water and toothpaste at the guards. is now allowed only a
blanket and mattress In his cell. Some of the guards treat the detainees well and some Jus want to cause trouble.
Some of the guards from the units known as "94" and "keys" treat the detainees badly.

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allswiiwas told about Camp 4 and some of the privileges, which are allowed there. He responded that he had no
interest in Camp 4 because It is still jail.

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IMMIIMIL was asked to review a packet of photographs for possible identification of individuals. He refused.
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1111•111111111, was asked if all of the information which he has previously provided to interviewers is true and he responded that it is. When asked specifically if he told interviewers that he went to Afghanistan to train for jihad and intends to fight for his brothers in Palestine if ever released from detention, he stated that that was true. He denied that he ever told interviewers that his initial story was a cover story and a lie.
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411¦1‘dvised that he likes Camp Delta and wants to stay here as long as God wills. He has no desire for a wife
or to see his family again in Saudi Arabia. He feels that he is "even" with the United States; that the U.S. provided
treatment for his wounds and he provided information when initially captured.

11111=11111refused to answer questions regarding the folloVving topics: hatred of Israelis, United States presence in
Saudi Arable, and personal feelings about the September 11 attacks against the United States.

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