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Fay Report Annex: Statement of Military Intelligence Interrogator re: Abu Ghraib Prison Detainee Interrogation Plans

June 16, 2004 | DOA | ACLU-RDI 674
A Military Intelligence Officer was interviewed at Camp Victory by Major General Fay in regards to interrogation plans in place at Abu Ghraib Prison in 2003. The deponent discussed his arrival at Abu Ghraib and the duties he performed while assigned tot he prison facility. He stated "My function as to go through the files of detainees being held at Camp Vigilant and determining who had not been spoken to and still required to be spoke to and then prioritizing them for interrogations. I also went through the files of detainees who had been transferred from Camp Cropper." He then stated ". I felt it was a good idea for me to review the interrogation plans to get a better idea of was going on in the interrogations and I had to get smart on the interrogation plans to be able to talk about them when persons visited Abu Ghraib and asked questions." He then described several incidents where he thought the interrogators were operating at variance to the interrogation plans.