Letter from US Army CID Chief Warrant Officer to CIA Inspector General John L. Helgerson

Letter from the Chief Warrant Officer, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command to John L. Helgerson, CIA Inspector General requesting assistance in investigating the death of Abed Hamed Mowhoush. Specifically, the letter requests "assistance in identifying and interviewing the members of [the CIA] who had contact with Mr. Mowhoush to determine what knowledge they have of the treatment he received during his captivity, and what other agencies, aside from the U.S. Army, were granted access to Mr. Mowhoush."

Doc_type: 
Letter
Doc_date: 
Saturday, December 6, 2003
Doc_rel_date: 
Monday, January 13, 2014
Doc_text: 

. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
87'" MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT (CID), (Forward)
U. S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
AR RAMADI, IRAQ
REPLY TO
A'I"TENTJON OF
APOAE09384
US Army Criminal Investigation Command
Central Intelligence Agency
The Honorable John L. Helgerson
Inspector General
Room 2X30 New Headquarters
Washington D.C. 20505
Dear Mr. Helgerson:
December 6, 2003
DMy
CID Detachment in Iraq is currently investigating the death of Mr. Abed Hamed
Mowhoush; AI-Mohalowi tribe, a Major General in the former Iraqi Regime. Mr. Mowhoush
was captured on November 10, 2003 by a U.S. Army unit. He died on November 26, 2003,
while in U.S. Army custody. Our preliminary investigation indicates members of your agency,
while not present on November 26, 2003, were given access to Mr. Mowhoush for the purpose of
interrogation during his captivity, specifically on November 24th and 25th 2003. .
I am requesting your assistance in investigating Mr. Mowhoush's death. I am requesting
assistance in identifying and interviewing the members of your agency who had contact with Mr.
Mowhoush to determine what knowledge they have of the treatment he received during his
captivity, and what other agencies, aside from the U.S. Army, were granted access to Mr.
Mowhoush.
Please direct any questions you have regarding this inquiry to I ~ssistant
Deputy Chief for Operations, US Army Criminal Investigation Command, at\L ___ __jl
Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated.
l'\PPROVED FOR
RELEASE DATE:
06-Seo-2013
Sincerely,
Chief Warrant Officer, US Army
Special Agent in Charge
(b)(6)
(b)(7)(c)

Doc_nid: 
9736
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69