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CIA copy of an "Information Page" by the National Institute of Health on Cerebral Hypoxia, explained as a condition in which there is a decrease of oxygen supply to the brain, as can occur from drowning, strangling, choking, cardiac arrest, or ...
Executive Summary discussing the U.S. Southern Command's request to use additional interrogation techniques. On April 16, 2003, the Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, approved the following techniques: change of scenery down, which was ...
FBI Memo re: Behavioral Analysis Units (BAU) Challenges Encountered at Guantanamo Bay. No additional pages; no content.
Jan. 02, 2007
Non-legal Memo
Raymond Mey, Marion E. Bowman, Hector M. Pesquera, C. Frank Figliuzzi, Stephen R. Wiley, Frankie Battle
Memo of admonishment to a military supervisor for "failure to accomplish supervisory duties" for his failure to ensure that only approved techniques were used in interrogations at Guantanamo. While the admonishment is merely an administrative ...
These are notes and observations on Operation Iraqi Freedom from the JRTC Fire Support team while in the CENTCOM AOR during OPERATIONS Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom from May 31 - June 13, 2003.
This memo is from the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Units (BAU) discussing how the interrogation of suspected Al-Qaeda and Taliban suspects was proceeding. The memo states "several discussions were held to determine the most effective means of ...
This investigative report was generated by the Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF) Report of Investigative Activity and the interview of the detainee at Camp Delta was conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Navy Naval ...
Dec. 21, 2005
Investigative File, Interview (Summaries/Notes)
Physical assault, General
Instructions for Task Force Talon Unit in detaining individuals. Deadly force is not authorized unless ammunition, weapons or explosives are being looted. Categories of detainees. Rules of Engagement. Arrest procedures.

This memo was circulated by the government to all U.S. Attorneys around the country in response to public criticism of the Patriot Act. 

Nov. 09, 2005
Non-legal Memo
Guy A. Lewis
Guy A. Lewis, Mary Beth Buchanan, John D. Ashcroft, Patrick Leahy
Medical records of a 40 year-old Iraqi male, Enemy Prisoner of War (EPW) admitted to hospital with gunshot wound to abdomen. The medical records do not give any indication as to how the detainee received his injuries or what detention facility he ...