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Army Enemy Prisoner of War and Detainee Guide. Includes Legal Obligations to EPW and list of definitions
Military newspaper with an article on the marines MPs to train on the handling and detention of Enemy Prisoners of War.
AR 15-6 report on the proceeding against a soldier (name redacted) who was accused of contributing to the death of an Iraqi detainee. The matter was transferred to Ft. Hood from Iraq.
Apr. 18, 2005
Investigative File
Raymond T. Odierno
Other
On August 13, 2003 an Iraqi detainee (age 56) died at Camp Warhorse; cause of death: cardiopulmonary arrest. The detainee complained of being hot and was given water to drink. On 8/13/03, he was found lying on the concrete outside his cell, told ...
Apr. 18, 2005
Investigative File
Other
Army AR 15-6 investigation in to missing property belonging to Iraqis working as translators. The facts are that several translators working at the Division of Civil Military Operations Center were detained in a raid. They were held for seven (7) ...
Army inquiry in to the death of a 44 year old Iraqi who was detained on August 7, 2003. On August 15, 2003 the detainee was treated for dehydration and nausea. He was pale and weak and unable to keep food down. The detainee's brother said he ...
Apr. 18, 2005
Investigative File
Other
Deleted Page Information Sheet Bates Pages 6387 - 6546 Have Been Removed by AR 15-6 Investigations — 4th Infantry Division.
Army AR 15-6 investigation in to the death of a detainee at Camp Patriot; FOB Ironhorse. A detainee was brought to FOB Ironhorse for detention on February 5, 2004. He was complaining about being sick and an Army medic examined him on February 7, ...
Apr. 18, 2005
Investigative File
Raymond T. Odierno
Other
Army AR 15-6 Investigation in to the shooting of an un-armed Iraqi civilian at the Baqubah Airfield in Iraq. The Inquiry found that the soldier involved acted through "simple negligence" when handling a loaded pistol that accidently discharged ...
Apr. 18, 2005
Non-legal Memo, Investigative File (AR 15-6), Interview (Statement)
Raymond T. Odierno
Physical assault, Other
Army AR 15-6 Investigation in to the abuse of a detainee during interrogation. The investigation found that the soldiers from the 104th Intelligence Battalion “used an MP baton to hit a detainee’s feet and buttocks during the course of an ...
Apr. 18, 2005
Non-legal Memo, Investigative File (AR 15-6), Interview (Statement)
Raymond T. Odierno
SERE, Physical assault