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The document is an internal FBI email regarding a detainee's allegation of experiencing abusive treatment from two FBI agents in Afghanistan.
The document is series of an internal FBI emails regarding whether any FBI personnel had firsthand knowledge of any abuse of detainees at Abu Ghuraib Prison. The emails conclude that no FBI personnel had any such knowledge.
The document is a detailed meeting agenda for the SAAC Executive Council Conference held at the FBI Headquarters from September 28 through 30, 2004.
The document is a memorandum summarizing the results of the 10/26/04 debriefing of a previous Iraq Deployment On-Scene Commander (OSC) and two Deputy On-Scene Commanders and recommendations for future Iraq deployments. The topics of discussion ...
The document is an internal FBI memorandum sent from the Counterterrorism Division to all divisions, regarding the establishment of the Terrorism Incident Response Protocol (TIRP) - a tool to improve the efficiency of responses to acts of ...
The document is a series of internal FBI emails, regarding the JTF GTMO and SOUTHCOM requests for unredacted copies of documents released to the ACLU.
This document is an email criticizing Judge Robertson's decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld. The email states that "This is an opportunity for the Administration to fix the process and still save the process." It includes three pages of the opinion ...
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Julie F. Thomas | Frankie Battle
Julie Thomas, Frankie Battle

A string of emails regarding Abu Ghraib Prison abuse allegation forwarded from Tomas J. Harrington to Valerie Caproni noting that the FBI may be asked about Abu Ghraib and that FBI Director Mueller and General Ricardo Sanchez are aware of the ...

An entirely redacted FBI memo relating to a shooting involving a Special Agent in Afghanistan.  The memo refers to Case ID Number: 315N-HQ-C1406946-E.

List of FBI agents interviewed about interrogations at Abu Ghraib sent to Valerie Caproni with attachments. Attachments include August 2002 memo to Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG) about services provided to Guantanamo and emails ...