DOD Memo: Statement of Defense Intelligence Agency Officer re: Abu Ghraib Prison

Memo of telephonic interview of an Iraqi Survey Group (ISG) Debriefer. Memo notes that all ISG debriefings were conducted without use of coercive methods.

Doc_type: 
Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Wednesday, June 9, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Wednesday, March 2, 2005
Doc_text: 

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

CJTF7-TF-FAY
9 June 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: Telephonic Intervie 1111111111111 DIA
9 June 2 undersigned conducted a telephonic interview wi
IA. as deployed to Baghdad as a debriefer with the Ir co Survey group (ISG). is team, comprised of both military (DIA) and Other Government Ageny (OGA) personnel, routinely coordinated with CJ co ucted debriefings of detainees at Abu Ghraib. Their Points of Contact wer d two Sergeants, names unrecalled, who ensured detainees were available and rought to the interrogation facility for ISG. All of the ISG debriefings he was knowled curred in theinterrogatio wn as "wood," outside the cell block as never in the Hard Site. never observed or heard about abuse o etamees. The ISG conducted de ne 'rigs" vice interrogations and no coercive methods were employed. The Interrogation Rules of Engagement he was provide ed were compliant withthe Army FM and Geneva Conventions as he recalle ould not recall anynames (or nicknames) of his OGA co-workers.
2. (U) POC is the undersigned.
I Lieutenant Colonel, USA
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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