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FBI Memo re: Interview of Detainee at Guantanamo Bay

Dec. 12, 2002 | FBI | ACLU-RDI 3420
Detainee interviewed at Guantanamo, Bay. Detainee stated that he was willing to be interviewed. He was asked about a specific person also housed at the camp, but stated he had limited knowledge of this person and others knew the person better than he did. He was asked about his capture and reminded about specific statments he made while in Afghanistan, to which he said that any information or accusatory remarks he provided about the past was to get himself out of trouble at the Bagram Air Base. He said he agreed to what the authorities accused him of out of fear that he would be tortured if he did not agree to the accusations. However, he did state that he has never been tortured since being taken into custody in Pakistan. He does feel he will be tortured if returned to his home country.