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The document is a cover sheet from the Defense Intelligence Agency, but all other information has been redacted.
The document is a letter from the Defense Intelligence Agency, regarding the service and honorable discharge of a Marine whose name has been redacted.

A redacted March 4, 2004 non-legal memo from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). This paper "responds to an OSD request" seeking to enumerate the implications of releasing ...

Mar. 15, 2013
Non-legal Memo
Richard Butler
Amir Hamudi Hasan Al-Sadi
A DIA Official who toured through Iraq from October 28, 2003 through April 21, 2004 was interviewed about his knowledge of the abuse allegations at Abu Ghraib prison. The official stated that he visited Abu Ghraib on two (2) occasions and did not ...
Apr. 24, 2006
Non-legal Memo
Antonio Taguba, Ricardo Sanchez
This is a Defense Intelligence Agency PowerPoint Presentation on the DIA's interaction with Iraqi detainees. It covers the policies and procedures; Interrogation Handling Safeguards; Debriefing Team Methodology as well as an overview of the ...
Interview of soldier by a Special Agent of the DIA Office of Inspector General. The soldier reported that ineffective interrogation techniques were being used by the Task Force. It is alleged in this interview that suspected detainees were being ...
Report of investigation by the Office of the Inspector General of the Defense Intelligence Agency regarding a matter of detainee abuse that was also investigated by the Army CID (0037-04-CID201-54050). This report concluded that an un-named ...
June 30, 2006
Oversight Report
Physical assault
Statement of a soldier to Defense Intelligence Agency Inspector General, at Arlington VA, on 06/10/2004 about alleged violations of the Geneva Conventions. Facts of the incident are redacted. Person stated that the "episode did not appear to be ...
June 30, 2006
Investigative File, Interview (Summaries/Notes)
Physical assault
A soldier was interviewed on 06/09/2004 and a follow-up interview was conducted on 06/10/2004 regarding possible Iraqi detainee abuse while deployed in support of a task force. Heavily redacted.
Memo of telephonic interview of an Iraqi Survey Group (ISG) Debriefer. Memo notes that all ISG debriefings were conducted without use of coercive methods.