FBI Memo re: Response to Canvass Email Concerning Treatment of Detainees at Guantanamo Bay

This memo is a response to a Bureau wide memo sent by Steve McCraw to illicit information from FBI agents who toured through Guantanamo Bay to report any suspected or witnessed abuse of detainees at Guantanamo Bay. The Agent in this response stated that "the detainee was brought into the interview shack at Camp X-Ray, the detainee appeared to suffer from physical injuries to include possible broken fingers and injuries to his face." However, "no Bureau employees were involved in the incident."

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Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Friday, July 9, 2004
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Monday, January 1, 2007
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(Rev. 01-31-2003)
FEDERAL. BUREAU OF momErricpyriord

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Precedence: IMMEDIATE .- iesct Date:S09/2004
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InspectiOn' At;i5tc;
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Case ID #: 297-n-A1327669mAll(Pending)
Title: COUNTERTERRORISM DIVISION,
GTMO,
INSPECTION SPECIAL INQUIRY

Synopsis: To provide response to e-mail from Steven McGraw, InspectiOn-Division on 07/09/2004.
retails : The purpose of this -electronic 'communication is to provide a response to an -e-mail from Steven C. McGraw, Inspection Division on 07/09/2004. •
Writer, AnChorage Field•OffiCe Special Agent briefly vipited GTMO in 02/2'002 -to debrief a detainee
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as.- FISA case agent on the "Portland_7 4 counterterrorism.

investigation.,--. `White at GTMC,writer.observad no apparently
improper aggressive treatment of detainees./ Writer•visited

GTMO for a period of approximately 3-.4 dayS and returned to

Portland Division, his office of assignment at the time.

Writer wou14 add that when the detainee was brought
into the interview shack at Camp Xray, the detainee appeared
to suffer from physical injuries to include possible broken ­fingers and injuries to his face. When writer inquired as to
the cause of the detainee's injuries, writer learned that the
detainee had recently exhibited non-compliance with a prison

, guard, and that the -rapid reaction team was brought in to

bring the detainee into compliance. Writer learned that no

Bureau employees were involved•in above incident.

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