Criminal Investigative Task Force Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Detainee's Arrest and Activities Prior to Arrest

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 Air Force Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI). The detainee states that he was a villager in Afghanistan when he was recruited in to the Pakistani police, but quit when he was not paid. He then claims to have been forcibly taken on a rocket attack raid and to have hidden rockets of an Al Qaeda operative on his property. It was these rockets that got him arrested. He claims to have been severely tortured by both Afghan commanders and US forces to confess to things he did not do and being an Al Qaeda operative.

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Investigative File
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Monday, June 16, 2003
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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16 Jun 03 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER
135
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE (CITF)__ (9r 2)REPOR't OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY
4. REMARKS Subject Interview of: (UNKIMENIMINNIMIMIllili -I, Date/Place: 16 Jun 03/Guatitanamo Bay, Cuba 4:.(-"V.0 On 16 Jun 03, ISN# 111/11111.01). was interviewed at Camp Delta, Guantanamo
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Station, Cuba by SA (OS!) and SA41111111111111.1. (FBI). Pashtu language
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provided by Contract Linguis provided the following information.
41111101,statocl that any discrepancies in his stories over the course of multiple interviews are due to human

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4. REMARKS (Continued) morning.. 19h) (C)­S-

When the police arrived the next mominglillotook them to the buried rockets. Then they arrested him
and took. 6 t -')) M -5 hirn away to Jalalabad where an Afghan commander beat1111110and pulled his toenails out with pliers. The Afghan. , 6 (^A CO-1-ize")(6-1,..
commander kept asking him who the rockets belonged to...0i kept telling him.owned the rockets, and c .!_tly 60)CC) -3 -6t-)) Co -r"
Wned-the rockets.A1111111.was tied up and two to three days later was given to the U.S. amscle.))(c)-S-protested to the. ___,___
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U.S. soldiers that they should check withfellow villagers and they would vouch for him. At Bagrahm air base forpec).. s--_ it))/2)-S-
as beaten by U.S. soldiers and hung by his hands for 2-3 hours. After the second Eid .wastitto ki(e)---S" i.-i)'C)-3
larg. Ie) 16 and plias-been here ever since. LO)a) -S-,belyo -3 eta& pproximately 8 months ago,fiffiri saw.'" a total of three times. The first was the night
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was whe i--i (c)-1,..1.9t-i)(6--3 Lin)(6..s.-re urned to tellPiFrrabout the buried ckets. . _, hi-7) et)-3 111-hai3.ndallill.re enemies.st learned of this animosity on the first night that .came to
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every day and knew it well..notice a isCrbance in the ground and knew that was where the rockets weer L.cc) -story
n fidhjed hiss to the following: All ofifililli tfacYCaers go to the garden. Prior to the arrival of.101-CC)-S-idl(e.)-3--qCc ) - S—
the soldiers,faffimother dug up the rockets and told wher hey .
were. When.wa

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the fact that a man would not let a woman do such a thing in AF1111111111116repliea tnat rt was normal for a
woman to go.10 (1)(0-5"

to the garden..mother went to the garden while he was at the marketplace. When he returned she told him ti tve)-5" where t roickets were and then he checked himself just to be sure. ., h' (7)(C.)-5.-believes it is up to the interviewing agents whether to believe him or not.11111111 does not want to 190(0, protect ....., ti 01..s-not pT6tecting anyone. zbtlak 3 , hlic)-3 -19(-Atc)-never worked for the. aka 111/MIMIL In fact, ashas never eard of him.
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Is 61-))61-' was shown a photo of.and still denied knowing him. Nor does 41111/111dg118111111111r 3"` "JC_Jc(CJ
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oes known. as written-to wand asked him to take care ofd family. bct(c)-. ,e'—V 6-- s—
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