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Major General Michael Dunlavey was interviewed regarding his knowledge of detainee abuse at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (GTMO). MG Dunlavey arrived to GTMO on or about December 13, 2002 as the Commander of the Joint Task Force-170. In regards to ...
DOD interview of a former Staff Judge Advocate regarding her knowledge of detainee abuse at Guantanamo (GTMO). The former SJA was stationed at GTMO from June 2002 to June 2003. The former SJA recalled learning of an incident where a detainee's ...
Jan. 02, 2007
Interview (Statement, Summaries/Notes)
Glenn A. Crowther, Michael E. Dunlavey , Donald H. Rumsfeld, Geoffrey D. Miller
Environmental manipulation, Temperature, Other Humiliation, Sexual, Other
Major General Geoffrey D. Miller was the Commanding General for the Joint Task Force in Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) from November 4, 2002 to March 26, 2004. He was interviewed regarding his knowledge of detainee abuse at GTMO. He mentioned that his ...
Major General Geoffrey D. Miller's sworn statement. Stated that he was in D.C. briefing the Deputy Secretary of Defense in May 2003 when he met with MG Ron Burgess and spoke with him about Joint Task Force-Guantanamo (JTF GTMO) assisting with ...
Mar. 03, 2005
Interview (Statement)
Geoffrey D. Miller
Geoffrey D. Miller, Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., Thomas Pappas, Ricardo Sanchez, Barbara G. Fast, Donald H. Rumsfeld
Use of phobias, Nudity
This statement of Major General Geoffrey D. Miller is a description of how he became aware of difficulties at Abu Ghraib prison and the measures and steps he took to address the matters as they presented to him. He described his discussions with ...
Mar. 03, 2005
Interview (Statement)
Geoffrey D. Miller
Ricardo Sanchez, Thomas Pappas, Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., Barbara G. Fast, Donald H. Rumsfeld, Thomas Pappas
Use of phobias, Nudity

[Partially unreadable] Interview of MG Barbara G. Fast's July 20, 2004 Statement re: AG. Interviewed by LTG Jones and MG Fay. Fay explained there was pressure for interrogators to perform, but stated did not believe there was pressure to ...