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This report discusses an investigation into the alleged abuse of detainees at Abu Ghraib Detention Facility. The investigation was ordered initially by LTG Ricardo S. Sanchez, Commander, Combined Joint Task Force Seven (CJTF-7). LTG Sanchez ...

This report reflects the findings of an investigation, led by Major General Antonio Taguba, into the allegations of detainee abuse at Abu Ghraib prison. The investigation took place in February of 2004 and concluded that numerous instances of ...

This First Annex to Major General Antonio M. Taguba's Report in to the allegations of abuses at Abu Ghraib prison focuses on the psychological factors contributing to the abuse of detainees at the prison. The assessment cites a number of ...
Oct. 19, 2004
Non-legal Memo, Investigative File (AR 15-6)
Geoffrey D. Miller, Donald J. Ryder, Janis Leigh Karpinski
Physical assault, General, Environmental manipulation, Hooding/Goggling, Nudity, Other Humiliation, Sexual
This is the sworn statement of an Army officer with the 800th Military Police brigade Staff assigned to Abu Ghraib prison in October 2003. He explained that he retained responsibility for detainee operations. Discussed some of the rules set by ...
Mar. 03, 2005
Interview (Statement)
Geoffrey D. Miller, Thomas Pappas
Physical assault, General, Use of phobias, Sleep deprivation, Environmental manipulation, Hooding/Goggling, Nudity
Interviewee was assigned to AG in October 2003 as a member of the Tiger Team. Interviewee recalled an interrogation where a member of the interrogation team was among those attacked/injured in an earlier mortar attack believed to be perpetrated ...
This letter is from Shafiq Rasul and Asif Iqbal, two former Guantanamo detainees. The letter is on the letterhead of the Centre for Constitutional Rights and states that
Memo from General Miller re: Allegations of inhumane treatment of detainees. General Miller directs the interrogators at Guantanamo to cease the use of the "Fear-Up Harsh" interrogation; only DOD personnel may approve interrogation plans; ...
Original email describes a visit from [redacted], a committee member of an Islamic human rights organization. The email also references a conversation between the author and [redacted] discussing alleged abuse cases that took place at Abu Ghraib.
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