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The document is a memorandum from the Department of Defense, regarding approved methods of interrogation. The document includes information on documents related to the Administration's interrogation policies, a congressional subpoena proposed by ...
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
The executive summary, dated May 5, 2004, contains a table listing Military Police officers from the 377th Military Police Company who were flagged for various offenses. The pending investigations concern the deaths of two Bagram detainees ...
Executive summary lists the names of Army reserve military police soldiers who were all administratively discharged from the Army prior to their scheduled court-martial hearings for offenses committed at Camp Bucca, Iraq.
Feb. 15, 2006
Non-legal Memo
James R. Helmly, Antonio Taguba, David D. McKiernan, Michael Diamond
Army Memo on the Current Prison Investigations list of seven investigations into allegations of abuse at Guantanamo, Bagram, Abu Ghraib, Army Reserve: Training, and Worldwide.
Feb. 15, 2006
Non-legal Memo
Donald H. Rumsfeld, Ricardo Sanchez, Antonio Taguba, George R. Fay, James R. Helmly
Army talking points on the abuse allegations at Abu Ghraib prison. Provides basic information about the Abu Ghraib investigation for speaking with the press.
May 16, 2005
Non-legal Memo
Antonio Taguba, David D. McKiernan, Donald J. Ryder
Proposed press release about detainee abuse in Iraq. Packet includes an article from CNN.com about the Abu Ghraib photos, a release from the Coalition Forces Office of Public Affairs announcing the initiation of an investigation into detainee ...
May 16, 2005
Non-legal Memo
Ricardo Sanchez, Antonio Taguba, Donald J. Ryder
Department of Defense Memo re: Talking Points on Abu Ghraib Prison Abuse. Public release.
Department of Defense talking points on the Abu Ghraib prison abuse. Main points include how disturbing the images are, how the Secretary and the DOD are taking the charges seriously, how the Department will hold violators accountable, how the ...
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