DIA Presentation: DIA Interactions with Iraqi Prisoners PowerPoint Presentation

This DIA PowerPoint presentation details the DIA’s interaction with Iraqi prisoners and other detainees. The issue of contract interrogators; events at Camp Cropper; and Abu Ghraib are covered.

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Non-legal Memo
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Monday, November 8, 2004
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Sunday, November 7, 2004
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OTHER DIA INTERACTIONS WITH IRAQI PRISONERS/DETAINEES


Team traveled to o debrief former Iraqi General Officers in August 2003


One JIDC interrogator conducted interrogations of suspected terrorists in Sulymania during 7-13 February 2004 in support of ISO Counterterrorism (CT) screening process.


JIDC conducted screening and interrogations at Facility in support of ISG CT/Chemical Warfare (CW) Functional Team Mission


One JIDC debriefer performed duties as Liaison Officer (LNO) and screener in detention facilities in


Dli deployed a six-man debriefing team to Team consisted of four debriefers/interrogators, a Reports Officer (RO), and a Senior Officer to maintain oversight

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CONTRACT INTERROGATORS

• Contract interrogators began arriving at ISO in late March 2004 with the latest group
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arriving on 12 May 2004 based on ISG Request
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Contractors conducted interrogations of HVD's IAW pre-approved interrogation plans. To our knowledge, all sessions have been professionally conducted in accordance with standing regulations, SOPs and doctrine. No problems have been noted


One on One Contractor interrogation sessions ceased on 5 May 2004


Debriefings conducted by contractors arc now observed by DIA personnel

-ISG contracting company provided refresher training on Geneva Conventions for selected employees prior to deployment
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• All contractors received law of land warfare briefings from
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"(I) MONITORING AT CAMP CROPPER

'nil monitoring is available in four of the six interrogation booths
•Monitoring is conducted regularly in order to:

Allow analysts a view of the debriefing without being in the room


Assess for deception by detainee


Enable quality control


Train debriefers/Subject Matter Experts/linguists

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UPGRADES TO HVD FACILITY
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was an Iraqi Air Defense NCO ca emy. nterior walls and additional doors were added to existing building to create the individual rooms

Early July 2003- Converted Interrogation booths from tents to trailers


Late August 2003 — Air Conditioning and heaters installed


Late March 2004 Installed larger wattage light bulbs in rooms

•April 2004 — Ice and . bottle water became available tol-IVDs
April 2004 fiVDs received 2 hot meals a day
-End of April 2004 Hot Tea became available to detainees

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•First Week of May 2004 Increased total water capacity for

showers, allowing more frequent showers
•Cunently MP's are painting the rooms to improve ambient
light and are adding Plexiglas panels to allow for more
natural light

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AND ABU GHRAIB
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is the Detention Center for High Value Detainees. Operated by Those held at are best described as having above average
intelligence, a history of leadership, and persons regarded as having held elite positions within Saddam's Iraq. The average age is estimated to be 60. There are only approximately 100 detainees at .UDC conducts debriefings of detainees
primarily at this location
Abu Gliraib is operated by It contains suspected insurgents and common
criminals. It has contained as many as approximately 7000 detainees. Detainees are
interrogated by assigned interrogators.
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ISG Assumes
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High Value Detainees (HVD) are held at the Secure Confinement Facility SCF


Established one week refresher interrogation course with professional instructors all selected personnel


Instruction included training on Geneva Convention

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was response e or interviewing, e rie ung, interrogating detainees, walk-ins, referrals and others for HUMINT intelligence information
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was responsible for oversight of interviews,

•ebriefings and interrogations conducted by JIDC personnel


Interrogation approaches were in compliance with current Army Doctrine for interrogation operations

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Policy and Procedures

• All DH interrogations are required to be conducted in accordance with Army FM 34-52 and within the guidelines of the Geneva Conventions
• Iraq Survey Group (ISG) published an'interrogation SOP in October 2003 (updated May 2004) specifically addressing interrogation operations
• IAW ISG SOP DH interrogation approaches within Iraq are conducted YAW CJTF 7 guidelines published in October 2003
• DI4 disseminated a Draft DIA Policy Memo 73 providing specific interrogation guidelines for deployed DH interrogators

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Directorate of HUMINT Intelligence (DH) •• Training
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• DH established an Interrogation Familiarization course in 2003 to provide debriefers with interrogation skills — in response to increasing number of interrogation requirements
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Agenda

Training, Policy and Procedures
ISG JIDC Operations
ISG Interrogation Standards
ISO Debriefing/Interrogation Methods
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Contract Interrogators
Other DIA Interactions
DIA Activities at Abu Ghraib
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JIDC ACTIVITIES AT ABU GHRAIB
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OCT- NOV 03 debriefer met with former ISS officer who allegedly had
information on Speicher


OCT-NOV 03 JIDC debriefer/interrogator and interpreter conduct follow up
interrogation of detainee previously interrogated at Al Asad air base in Aug-Sep 03.
Approx 30 total minutes with detainee


Early JAN 04 DIA CT debriefer conducted coordination with HOC and CT Team
Chief on site. No Prisoner/Detainee interaction


FEB 04 JIDC debriefer traveled to Abu Ghraib to locate detainee for release. No
detainee interaction


JAN—FEB 04 JIDC debriefer accompanied captured personnel to Abu Ghraib. JIDC
debriefer acted as an observer behind a two way mirror to observe captured persons
reactions to questions posed a non-DTA interrogator for signs of deception


6 JAN 04 DIA debriefer/interrogators traveled to Abu Ghraib to check the status of
three detainees on behalf of JIDC ISO HVD. No prisoner contact

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