FBI Memo re: Interview of Detainee at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay

Interview with detainee at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay. The detainee was not comfortable with a female translator and kept his head bowed during the interview. Detainee stated he was in good health and did not complain of mis-treatment. He discussed his previous statements, and and said if they are inconsistant it is because the earlier statements were taken when he was captured in Afghanistan and under duress. He then identified a scar he had on him as the result of a childhood illness, and not a mark of joining Jihad.

Doc_type: 
Interview
Doc_date: 
Friday, March 7, 2003
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
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FP-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)
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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. !translation services for this
vm interview were provided by Contract Linguist

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appeared cooperative. He advised that he was in
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good health and had been trrated weLli . Due to the presence of a
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female translator, however remained with his head bowed
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In response to questions from interviewing agents,
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provided the following information:
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Lonfirmed his statement from previous interviews
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denied possessing any in-depth knowledge about
IW en Presented with the fact that( 'again denied any in-depth knowledge and insisted that he had only the same cursory information he had previously offered.
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--1 had no
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Information regarding other individuals1
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When shown a photo of denied b7F -1 ever knowing him or seeing him.
When presented with conflicts regarding previous
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statements, claimed that they were the results of interviews conducte during his internment in Bagram. According tOb7C -3,4 he was physically intimidated and threatened during b7D -1 interviews and only provided information which he thought would
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3/07/2003 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 265A-MM-C99102, 265A-NY-280350 3/07/2003
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HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED
DATE 12-03-2004 BY 61579DMH/BcE/ edc 04-CV-4151

DOJ FBI 003324

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Page provided subsequent to this was only provided so that he could

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rest.

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In an unqolicitegLcomment advised interviewing
b6 -3,4 agents that a scary ' was the result of
a childhood remedy for an unknown sickness he had when

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approximately eight years of age. It was not' 'stated, a

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branding which he received as a sign of his dedication to jihad, as
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The scar is further described as:

Location:

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Shape:

b7C -3,4 Size: A rox. in diameter
Color:

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Source: Create y eating the cut end of the stalks of

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an unknown plant and then repeatedly applying) in

circular motions.

According toI I he provided this information as a
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sign of his honesty.

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DETAINEES-3971

DOJFBI 003325

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