Iraqi Task Force Daily Situation Report (SITREP) - 22 December 2004

The document is a heavily redacted daily situation report from the Iraqi Task Force, detailing personnel numbers and status as well as a variety of figures related to detainees during the reporting period - including captures, transfers, and releases. The report also includes information about the exploitation of an American soldier's grave-site, a 12/21/2004 attack by the Ansar al Sunnah Army in Mosul, and a summary of weekly IED and VBIED attacks.

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Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Wednesday, December 22, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Sunday, October 31, 2010
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'4. F, OC) CEXC Exploitation of Attack in Mosul: On 21 Dedeinber 20041
In Mosul was attacked. UnConfirmed reports indicate that
24 CF personnel were killed and 51 were injured as a result of the attack. Ansar al '
Sunnah Army has allegedly claimed responsibility. The military asked CEXC and
' specifically the FBI to assist with the nost blast anqtysicl
DATE: 09-14-2010
CLASSIFIED BY 65179 T1BH/mjs
)E//ORCIDN (REL USA, AUS, ,D GBR) ?EASON: 1.4
, DECLASSIFY ON: 09-14-2035
IRAQI TASK FORCE DAILY SITUATION REPORT (SITREP) 22 DECEMBER 2004
ALL INFOPEATION CONTAINED
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BREL TO USA, AUS, CAN AND GBR) Exploitation of U.S. Soldier Gravesite: A
. shallow grave was discovered near, the. "Dra Didgle" (arm of Tigris) canal north of the
village of Karmah in Fallujah. The body is believed to be a,U.S. soldier who was
allegedly buried in the bottom of a large (1.5m x 2.5m) hole. According to the U.S.
Military, the hole shows obvioUs signs of having been dug by, a back-hoe. Allegedly,
portions of the corpse's right arm and lower left leg were exposed and were clothed in an'.
American military uniform. Additionally, the foot of the left leg had an American desertstyle
military boot. On 22 December 2004, three FBI-ERT Agents departed enlouteth •
the site to recover the victim's body and conduct forensic analysis. Results will.be .
forwarded to FBIHQ as soon as they are made available.
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WEEKLY IED INCIDENTS 2004
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/REL TO USA and MCFI) IED Attacks: According to Significant Activity
Reporting (SIGACTS) during this reporting period, two Coalition Forces (CF) soldiers
were Killed In Action (KIA) as a result of IED incidents, compared to three soldiers KIA
M the last reporting period; During the same period 61 CF soldiers; as opposed to 60
soldiers in the last reporting period have been WIA as a result of IEDs. There have been
193 reported IED incidents during this reporting period, compared to 229 IED related
incidents in the last reporting period.
TO USA and MCFI) The chart below illustrates all IED incidents reported
on SIGACTS from 23 Mar 04:
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VBIED incidents
reported on
SIGACTS since
06 Stin 04:
WEEKLY VBIED INCIDENTS
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Der DOD.:
Number of Detainees at Start of Reporting Period: - ' 20
Number of Detainees Captured During Reporting Period: 0 '
Number of Defainees Transferred to Camp Cropper: . 0
Number of Detainees Transferred to Bucca 0
Number of Detainees Transferred from Abu Ghurayb Prison: 0
Number of Detainees Transferred to MSS 0
Number of Detainees Released from Custody: - ' 0
Total Number of Detainees at End of Reporting Period: 20
Number of Detainees Processed Biometrically: o
Screening interviews conducted by FBI:
IBC110//ORCON (REL USA, AUS, AND GBR) FBI034231CBT
OIG REQ 08/22/05—ITEM #4 F1116001149
. DOJOIG013875
THORCON (REL USA, AUS, )13 GBR)
IntervieWs Conducted: FBI:
Military:
3
19
• Perso'nnel Status
Personnel at BIAP: 14
Personnel at BOC: 23
Personnel in Qatar: 7,
Personnel at Balad:
.Personnel in Falluj ah: 3
`Personnel at,SUlymaniyah 5
Total Personnel: 58
Personnel Assigned to Counterterrorism:
Personnel Assigned to RCLO:
FBI Other Federal Total
23..
14
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15
23
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Personnel Assigned to CEXC: 2 0 2
Personnel Assigned to Training- 0 0 - ' 0
Personnel Assigned to Legat Office 4 0 - 4
llORCON (REL USA, AUS, AND GBR) . FB1034232CBT
OIG REQ 08/22/05—ITEM #4
DOJOIG013876 FB1000175.0

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