FBI Memo re: Supervisory Special Agent Report on the Treatment of Military Detainees at Guantanamo Bay

In response to the canvass of FBI agents who toured through Guantanamo Bay an inquiry regarding the treatment of military detainees treatment was instigated. A Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) reports that during his/her assignment in Guantanamo, June 6-19, 2002, he/she did not observe or participate in any aggressive treatment of detainees.

Doc_type: 
Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Thursday, July 15, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
Doc_text: 

atm411.1141b0)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Precedence:RROUTINE Date:R07/15/2004
To: Inspection
CJIS

From: CJIS
Programs Development Section/Global Initiatives

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Unit/Module C-3

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Contact: SSAI

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Approved By: Strait Montp C

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Drafted By: b7C -1
Case ID #: 297-HQ-A1327669-A -.1;41(

Title: COUNTERTERRORISM DIVISION,
GTMO
INSPECTION SPECIAL INQUIRY

Synopsis: To respond to canvass e-mail regarding the treatment of
military detainees in GTMO.

Details:

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pf the Criminal Justice Information Services Division

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was in Guantanamo Bay (GTMO), Cuba to process military detainees on
the following dates:

June 6-19, 2002 b6 -1

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ldid not witness or
participate in aggressive treatment, interrogations, or interviews 2n- ,
GTMO military detainees, which was not consistent with Bureau
interview policy and/or guidelines.

During these visits, SSAI

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5664
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