FBI Memo re: Interview of Detainee at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan

reports results of interview conducted of detainee at Bagram Control Point, Bagram, Afghanistan.&yuml; Detainee stated that he did not have knowledge of Usama Bin Laden, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed or Al Qaeda because no one is allowed to speak inside BCP.</p>

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Interview
Doc_date: 
Saturday, February 28, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
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(Rev 08-28-2000) SE(E T FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 02/28/2004 To: Counterterrorism Attn: MLDU b6 -1 ITOS1, ETIU, UC b7C -1 ITOS2, Iran Unit From: Counterterrorism FBI Bagram Air FlRld Contact: TDY -SAI b2 -1 Approved By: b6 -1 I I I b7C -1 Drafted By: (Pending) Case ID #:(14.=315N-HQ-C1409646-EB l› GTMO TASK FORCE, (U r AFGHANISTAN Title: e B b6 3,4 Synopsis:·Report result interview conducted! b7C -3,4 - ›.a6 of of Person Under ControlBlat the Bagram Control Point 1 (PUC) b7D (BCP),BAfghanistan - Bagram, - b7F 1 Details: te III bll b6 -3,4 b7C -3,4 b7D -1 b7F -1 =b6 -3,4 I = b7C -3,4 b7D -1 b7F -1 ALL' -INE6RE4ATICi4 HtREINi 1 pNCLAszrrtim EZZSE: NWERE ILWAIN PITZEWISU CLA13::::FIED EY 6_S790RHiscS;q3gBC4-17V-4151 REASON; 1.1 (C.:: SE‘C6ET 9-29=2O25 DECLRSSIFYB DETAINEES-1988 DOJ FBI-001725 SEB6E T /.s Coun,.erterrorism ReB315N-HQ-01409645-E, 02/28/2004 To- Counterterrorism FromB b6 -3,4 b7C -3,4 b7D -1 b7F -1 b6 -3,4 b7C -3,4 b7D -1 b7F -1 Iwas then asked if he had heard of UBL, KSM, Al Qaeda, 'appeared uncomfortable m 1B r--1 with this line of questioning ana continues to deny any knowledge of the above. When reminded that he had been shown a video of the 09/11/2001 terror attacks that explained the relevance of UBL, KSM and Al Qaeda, Q said he had first heard of these matters from his interrogators When reminded that writer hadB b6 -3 ' 4 b7C -3,4 posed this exact question to him Dust one week prioriB I appeared confused and stated he was losing his mind while in b7D -1 custody Q went on to state that all he can think of is his b7F -1 family and returning home to them 1 'then stated if the writer went to his village oflBI the writer would be moved to tears by the desperate situationthere. When told it was difficult to believe no one ever discussed UBL whether in his home village or while in custody at Bagram,B stated no one is allowed to speak Inside the BCP and therefor none of his fellow PUC's discuss terrorism or terrorist activities 1 IBiB b6 -3,4 b7C -3,4 b7D -1 b7F -1 ET SECRET \=DETAINEES-1989 DOJFB1-001726 JECk /=RET To: Counterterrorism From Counterterrorism Re:B 315N-HQ-C1409646 -E, 02/28/2004 W) b6 -3,4,5 b7C -3,4,5 b7D -1 b7F -1 1 b6 -3,4,5 b7C -3,4,5 b7D -1 b7F -1 Because he had been auestioned about his family in wanted to make sure he gave the writer a prior interview,B some additional names e remembered after he was returned to his When reminded that the writer had been the holding cellB interviewer that asked him about his familyi B again appeared b6 -3,4,5 iwent on toB puzzled and stated he was losing his mind.B b7C -3,4,5 explain that· b7D -1 b7F -1 Becauser---ldid not appear to possess knowledge relevant to counter terrorism, the interview was terminated at that point. SE) 4T 3 SRET DETAINEES-1990 /106 5" DOJFB1-001727

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5243
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