Inteview of Soldier re: Alleged Violations of the Geneva Convention (04-23810MA-056)

Statement of a soldier to Defense Intelligence Agency Inspector General, at Arlington VA, on 06/10/2004 about alleged violations of the Geneva Conventions. Facts of the incident are redacted. Person stated that the "episode did not appear to be out of anger, it was more like a modus operandi". Heavily redacted. Any harsh treatment has to be approved by the task force commander or J-2, along with a medical surgeon, and Judge Advocate. Describes harsh treatment.

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Investigative File
Doc_date: 
Wednesday, June 16, 2004
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Thursday, June 29, 2006
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Information Report
16 June, 2004
(b)(1),(b)(3) 10' USC 424,(b)(6)
OFFICE OF OPERATIONS
ARLINGTON, VA
Building 3100, Clarendon, Arlin. on VA was interviewed and provided the following information to special agent (SA),!'.1.cA.,Y..yttitti'vo .%S.,''311.10efense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Office of the
' lInspector General (IG) regarding alleged violations of the Geneva Conventions and the International Laws of Land Warfare; 1 . 'provided essentially the following information.
'stated the episode did not appear to be out of anger;
_ it was more like a modus operandi (MO). Also, prepared statement containedRobservation during a pre planned raid to capture a who was not captured, however, the spouse of they:S4W** was detained, which • objected to the detainment of the woman to the raid team leader. The woman was not harmed and was released about two days later.
--ffyi4+Fei Durinne interview o he related that first three weeks in ':.4.t; were spent at the Task Force facility, which at the time ;was
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under the control of an unidentified military (06) officer, which appeared to be a great operation. 7istatedFwas then sent out to the field element to assist in field interrogations, which led to
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. , :. 'observations as listed above.a went on to say that any "harsh" treatment of any detainees
had to be approved by the task force commander or the J-2, along with a medical surgeon, and
Staff
DERIVED FROM:.,e,r,ZEili,,*(b)(2) DECLASSIFY ON: Source marked XI, date of sourcc 30 September 2003
Interviewed On: 10 June 04 Case No.: 04-23810MA-056
Date Drafted: 15 Jun 04
(b)(3) 10
USC 424

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Jud e Advocate..described harsh treatment as.or putting the detainee under
Each and eve phase of an interrogation had to be specifically documented and monitored, and in.acit as an was one who monitored interro ations.
had a reputation
detainees. as not involved in
mentioned incident that occurred on
stated there were no DIA personnel other . eplacement that viewed, and or•ated in the interrogation. . finally stated he never visited the.F.and could provide no information pertaining to that facility.
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