Criminal Investigative Task Force Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Building Rapport with the Detainee

The detainee was interviewed about his health and conditions at Camp Delta. He stated he was in good health and had no complaints. He was also asked to discuss his experience when taken in to custody. The detainee stated that he was mistakenly taken in to custody and that he was abused when taken in to custody. He was asked about his prior interviews and he stated he attempted to be honest, but and that he was withholding certain information because he believed he would soon be released.

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Investigative File
Doc_date: 
Monday, August 30, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE (CITE'
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REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER (/DP) 30 Aug 04 Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay (GTMO), Cuba

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4. REMARKS
Subject Interview of (UNK) -1901(0—
Date/Place: 30 Aug 04/Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay (GTMO), C
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Interment Serial Number (ISN) was Mewed at Camp Delta, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay (GTMO), Cuba, by Special Agent S Army Criminal Investigation Command, DoD Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF).
W-heO-s-_ 6r4 (0 -S-411111•11was queried concerning his health and/or any other Issues that he had. 01111radvised his health was good and he had no complaints. He was offered food and drink during the interview. figarkwas advised the nature of the interviewing agent l0(-)1(C) -S--
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The majority of interview was s nt talking about politics and the S government he did not have any proble s with American just the American government fated the world knows "what Is going on", and bailey he will be relea ed soon. When asked to clarify histement about what was going on, 11111111111rht7)(04 — repeatedly repli immilliwas , "you know". t was apparent he was referring to the recent Abu Gharaib scandal. asked if he had ersonally ex rienced or witnessed any abuse while in custody, to which he initially said nothing: — ) ( -A to-s­then stated he dn't dvised he knew that the detainees that were released in the past have "told everything". as questioned about a statement he provided to interrogators in the past in which he initially advised he was abused, and then quickly recanted, stating he was only told of abuse. 111111110rtadmItted that he had only heard about the abuse, and had not personally witnessed it. 6 !l -c.
iz (z.) 1 10 (-)1 co -5" ig (2-3 -3 IDitm-s-bo) (0-r 111" as queried about p ious informatio this office ha Wed that he had previously been to AF, (see F -77. f dvise was not in AF prior to his apprehension, and had only traveled outside4111711111pon one occasion. advised the first time he traveled by plane was a on a field trip to France, which he ok with his school. lIllIllIllfurther stated he had told interrogators this in the past
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mistaken identify. nsisted that his passport would prove that he had not previously traveled to AF.

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insisted that went there only Se prosec and upon his arrival to AF, he wanted to return home, due to th harsh living and trains conditions. s asked if he believed he was consisterity_ (7)6.) _, honest with Interviews in the past, even while when he was faced with prosecution, or punish Fit rn
-6-his actions. Initially advised he was honest; however, when it was made dear that SA new that he frequently lied in the past, specifically r past misdemeanor offenses, and only told the truth when it benefited him, he hung his head and didn't ans er. peatedly told SA ou hate me a • I'm a terrorist, and a terrible person". SA e ssur at idn't hate hi nor didink that he was a terrible person; however, II ed he being coni lately nest with info atlon he had previously provided, and further, had a lot f info ation h p ved that he usly been to . SA ellfurther
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THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS NEITHER RECOMMENDATIONS NOR CONCLUSIONS OF CITE. IT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE
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4. REMARKS (Continued)
V li ()) (() stated It was apparent that 4111111/believes he will be released, and therefore is withholding information. afalgO--4 (7),r(j was asked to consider the fact that he could not be recommended for release, until all of the information that he and others have provided has been corroborated.
The Interview was terminated due to other scheduled interviews. Attempts to re-interview disnet with
negative results, as the GTMO trip was cut short due to weather conditions. 1

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