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FBI Memo re: Office of the General Counsel Special Inquiry into the Mistreatment of Detainees at Guantanamo Bay

Sept. 23, 2004 | FBI | OLC | ACLU-RDI 4884
Memo discusses the result of the Office of Inspections special inquiry into abuse of detainees at Guantanamo after September 11, 2001. The office sent a survey to FBI employees who were assigned to Guantanamo after 9/11 requesting them to disclose any observations of detainee mistreatment/abuse. The memo states 26 of 434 employees responded to their inquiry; and of that 26, 9 were required to interview. Those names of those interviewed are listed in the memo, but their names are redacted. The result of the interviews can be summarized as follows: "[a]ll incidents observed by these employees involved outside entities, the majority of whom could not be identified. : None'of the incidents were similar in nature to those reported at the Abu Ghurayb Prison. Specifics regarding each reported incident are detailed in each of the enclosed FD- 302s:"