Internal FBI Email re: GTMO Special Inquiry

The document is an internal FBI email, regarding an update to a special inquiry conducted of FBI personnel who served in some capacity at the Guantanamo Bay facility about any observations of aggressive treatment of detainees by either Department of Defense or FBI personnel.

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Email
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Tuesday, August 17, 2004
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Tuesday, June 14, 2011
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. Caproni, Valerie E. (OGC)
'From: BALD, GARY M. (CTD) (FBI) •
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2004 .11743 AM .
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Cc: I(RH) (FE31.)1 l(INSD) (FBI)
Subjec : RE: GTMO Special Inquiry
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To: HARRINGTON. T J. (CTD) (FBI)
Cc: BALD, GARY M. (CTD) (FBI)1 l(RH)(FBI)I (INSD)
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Subject: GTMO Special Inquiry
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This email will provide yOu with an i.ijdate'of.the iiiquiry. As you are aware, an.email.was serit,out to all
Personnel who had served in' any capacity at GTMO since 9/11/2001. This email required personnel'to
respond to INSD and advise if they observed any aggressive treatment of detainees by either DOD or.FBI •
-personnel. Those employees who in fact did observe what they perceived to be mistreatment were to
email INSD, provide a short•summary of what they observed and be available for a followup interview.
Those employees who did not observe any-mistreatment were required to document their observation in,an
EC format.
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There were 530 employees who have served in some capacity at GTMO and were notified by email. To
date, 478 have responded. Some employees have since.retired and others were contractors no longer
employed with the Bureau. Of the 478 responses, there were 26 employees who stated they observed
what was believed to be some form of.mistreatment. These 26 employees provided . summaries of what
they actually observed. There were no observ.ations of any mistreatment of detainees by FBI, personnel.
The 26 summaries were provided to General Counsel Caproni, who reviewed each and ascertained
that nine of the respondees would require a followup interview. The remaining 17 were deemed to be
appropriate DOD approved interrogation techniques.
These nine employees will be interviewed utilizing a set of questions prepared by INSD/CTD and approved
by General Counsel Caproni. The questions are attached to this email for your review. The interviews will
be conducted this week and be documented via FD-302s. Subsequent to the interviews, a report will be
completed and forwarded to General Counsel Caproni, who turn will notify DOD. I will also forward CTD,
a copy of the report. •
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