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Military Detention of Civilians: Document dd2708 dated March 2013

Military Detention of Civilians: Document dd2708 dated March 2013

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This is a document which is referenced in the military manual for how to control civil disturbances. The link to the manual is at: http://info.publicintelligence.net/USAMPS-CivilDisturbanceOps.pdf The manual says, "Personnel must promptly report to their superiors, follow-up in writing all important data concerning the detention of civilians, including the names and locations of witnesses. DD 2708, Receipt for Inmate or Detained Person, may be used for this purpose. Photographs taken at the scene and attached to the report are very valuable for identification purposes and for later use in court testimony. The report should be retained at the appropriate headquarters, and used as a basis for preparing a report to the civil police. Any physical evidence obtained, together with evidence tags and receipts completed as required, will be delivered with the detained person." This is that document (DD2708) that apparently has been freshly minted as of March 2013, the question is why has a new document been created as of March 2013, by the military, that could be used for military detention of civilians? While the document appears to have use for detention of military personnel as well, there is no question here that it is also designed for the purpose of logging civilians into a "detention" system. Would such a document be solely to transfer custody of any persons on a military base captured in the act of protest or wanton acts of graffiti into custody of local police? Or would the form be used to log the details of civilian "detainees" who would be indefinitely detained under the NDAA? We feel these are reasonable questions.
This is a document which is referenced in the military manual for how to control civil disturbances. The link to the manual is at: http://info.publicintelligence.net/USAMPS-CivilDisturbanceOps.pdf The manual says, "Personnel must promptly report to their superiors, follow-up in writing all important data concerning the detention of civilians, including the names and locations of witnesses. DD 2708, Receipt for Inmate or Detained Person, may be used for this purpose. Photographs taken at the scene and attached to the report are very valuable for identification purposes and for later use in court testimony. The report should be retained at the appropriate headquarters, and used as a basis for preparing a report to the civil police. Any physical evidence obtained, together with evidence tags and receipts completed as required, will be delivered with the detained person." This is that document (DD2708) that apparently has been freshly minted as of March 2013, the question is why has a new document been created as of March 2013, by the military, that could be used for military detention of civilians? While the document appears to have use for detention of military personnel as well, there is no question here that it is also designed for the purpose of logging civilians into a "detention" system. Would such a document be solely to transfer custody of any persons on a military base captured in the act of protest or wanton acts of graffiti into custody of local police? Or would the form be used to log the details of civilian "detainees" who would be indefinitely detained under the NDAA? We feel these are reasonable questions.

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Published by: AnonyOdinn on May 02, 2013
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