Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF) Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Detainee's Activities in Afghanistan

This investigative report was generated by the Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF) and the interview was conducted by the Air Force Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI) and the Navy Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). The detainee being interviewed states that it is an injustice that he has been sent to Guantanamo because he has done nothing to warrant being incarcerated. He states he worked as a translator for American forces, but admitted that he shared classified information about the coalition forces with the Taliban. He states he would like to return to Afghanistan and attend the university there and make a living as a businessman.

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Investigative File
Doc_date: 
Monday, May 3, 2004
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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03 May 04 Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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173
1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIV
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE (CITF) (io c)..)
REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY

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Date/Place: 03 May 04/Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

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Office of Special Investigations. The interview was conducted in Pashtu as translated en
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graduated from high school, he would also like to enroll at the Kabul University. ON* said he would
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earn a degree in either Computer Science or Business Management, as there is much money to be made in
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maialso commented that although he supports an American presence within Afghanistan, he believes
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explained that while employed with DynaCorp as a translator, he was accused of providing classified
information to anti coalition members. According to, his subsequent confession regarding the
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not only false, but also coerced.
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three Arabs who wanted to share information with American Forces. S

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AMC some unknown drivers also employed by DynaCorp, inquired as to why the three aforementioned ArabsS b(itc) -?..._
wanted to visit with Americans.all‘ statea tnat he told the drivers that the three men were working with
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stated that because he was worried that he would be in trouble, he decided to travel to
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said after spending two days in Jalalabad, his father convinced him to return to work and resolve the
situation with Chris. _explained however, that when he returned to work, he was immediately placed
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arrest and interrogated.
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statement indicating his culpability. Mt state is inturrogator, go (NFI), to dit,mmallcr)er
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sharing classified information with enemy forces, he would be sent to Cuba. gas. alteso s ted wat111111/1,.. i

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he claim that the classified information was provided to a well -known enemy because he would later be able

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stated that because he didn't want to be sent to Cuba, he decided to admit that he was working for

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) CUMENT 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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4. REMARKS (Continued) "(-7) Co -r
(NF1), a known Hez slami Gulbadin (HIG) member. Additionally, in order to make his admissions more
stated he needed to provide as much detailed information as possible; consequently,

believable,S
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he admitted to providing *eaToon serial numbers, as well as names and ranks of coalition members working within the S(1) (6-r
• acknowledged he underwent a polygraph examination in Bagram, AF, but claims interrogatOrs told
him that
he had passed. However, when the interrogator stated that he would not have been sent to Cuba if he had

passed 1917)a)
the examination, smoropined that the interrogators must have lied to him. Despite acknowledging that his story was not believable for several reasons, AM remained steadfast in his claimS _C (6-5-
that his original statement, in which he admitted guilt, was false.
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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