Email between FBI Officials re: Guantanamo Matters

Email discusses the non-uniform interview techniques of the military and law enforcement officials. States that the CITF are formulating a policy for their agents. The email states "Looks we are stuck in the mud with the interview approach of the military vrs. Law enforcement. We need to establish a Bureau policy laying out the boundaries for the interview process. Apparently, CITF is formulating a policy for their agents. I'll attached is a draft hat is being worked on do in at GTMO after [redacted] again said in a meeting attended by the General that the law enforcement component was on board with the military interview tactics. Let me know what you think.”

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Email
Doc_date: 
Monday, December 16, 2002
Doc_rel_date: 
Sunday, February 5, 2006
Doc_text: 

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Doc_nid: 
5824
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67