Criminal Investigative Task Force Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Circumstances of Detainee's Capture

This investigative report was generated by the Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF) Report of Investigative Activity and the interview of the detainee at Camp Delta was conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Navy Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). The detainee states that when he was captured in Pakistan he was told to say by Pakistani police or military that he had been to Afghanistan and specifically to Khost. He claims to also to have been told to admit membership in Al Queda (AL-QAEDA). He now repudiates both statements, which he claims were made after being beaten.

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Investigative File
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Monday, May 26, 2003
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE (CI1 REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
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1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVI 2. PLACE
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26 May 03 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

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Date/Place: 26 May 03/Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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followed it. That interview was conducted by a military interrogator described as
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military one." advis that another interrogator described a

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claims he was told by members of the Pakistani police or military to s that he was in Afghanistan and had gone to
Khott. also admitted to being a member of while in Kandahar but states he said this after
being yelled at b Egyptian forces and beaten by American forces. insists now that he was never in
Afghanistan and as never a member of AL-QAEDA. The time in Kandahar vias the only time he admitted to being
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While in the KOH PRISON (ph etic nd other pisoners re approach by a olice or
m lary officer. phonetic). sked each prisoner f ftheir h e phone num rs whic he then .
dist1i uted to each of the otherprisoners. The purpose for this as to ha any detainee that escap d, contact the
famili s of the others to inform them of the status of their lo ed ones. e majority of th prisoners ere from Saudi
Arabia. stimates between 10 and 15 priso rs rovide phone number . rovided his
parents home phone number in Saudi Arabia, believes-was attempting to as list
several prisoners escape and thinks that one or two actually made it out of the prison. so c'T5c--A---­
: (2)(6-3 photographs of the prisoners, but is not sure what the urpose of this was. heard that was goin to put these pi tures on the Internet. ft his copy of phone numbers 'rthe prison bathroom. is described var)VC)-S C-Ifcc"3 bencz-S ( ..-Acc)-3bb ( 7\CO --s" was concerned about his not receiving any letters, and he was advised that the interrogators would look into th t issue for him.
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