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Detainee Report Final_April 22 2009

Detainee Report Final_April 22 2009

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CONGRESS }
2nd
Session
COMMITTEE PRINT
{
INQUIRY INTO THE TREATMENTOF DETAINEES
IN
U.S. CUSTODY
REPORT
OF
THE
COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICESUNITED STATES SENATE
NOVEMBER
20,
2008
 
COMMITIEE ON ARMED SERVICES
CARL LEVIN, Michigan,
Chairman
EDWARD
M.
KENNEDY,
Massachusetts JOHN
McCAIN, ArizonaROBERT
C.
BYRD, West Virginia
JOHN
WARNER, Virginia
JOSEPH
1.
LIEBERMAN, Connecticut JAMES
M.
INHOFE,
OklahomaJACK REED, Rhode
Island
JEFF
SESSIONS,
Alabama
DANIEL
K.
AKAKA, Hawaii SUSAN
M.
COLLINS, MaineBILL NELSON, Florida SAXBY CHAMBLISS, GeorgiaE. BENJAMIN NELSON,
Nebraska
LINDSEY
O.
GRAHAM,
South
CarolinaEVAN BAYH,
Indiana
ELIZABETH DOLE,
North
CarolinaHILLARY RODHAM CLINTON, New York
JOHN
CORNYN,
Texas
MARK L. PRYOR,
Arkansas JOHN
THUNE,
South
DakotaJIM
WEBB, Virginia
MEL
MARTINEZ, FloridaCLAIRE McCASKILL, Missouri ROGER F. WICKER, Mississippi
RICHARD
D. DEBoBES,
Staff
Director
MICHAELV.
KOSTIW,
Republican
Staff
Director
INVESTIGATION
STAFF
JOSEPH
M.
BRYAN,
Majority Professional
Staff
Member
ILONAR.
COHEN,
Majority Counsel
MARK
R.
JACOBSON,
Majority Professional
Staff
Member
WILLIAM
M.
CANIANO,
Minority Professional
Staff
Member
DAVID
M.
MORRISS,
Minority Counsel
BRYAN
D.
PARKER,
Minority Investigative Counsel
BRIAN
F.
SEBOLD,
Staff
Assistant
(II)
 
UNCLASSIFIED
(U)
Contents
Note
onSource
Material
Used in
thePreparation
of
theReport
(U) viii
List
of
Acronyms
Used in
theReport
(U) ix
Executive
Summary
and
Conclusions
(U) xii
I.
Early
Influences on
Interrogation
Policy (U) 1
A.
Redefining the Legal Framework For the Treatment
of
Detainees
(U)
1
B.
Department
of
Defense Office
of
General Counsel Seeks Information
from
the JointPersonnel Recovery Agency (JPRA)
(U)
3
C.
JPRA Collaboration with Other Government Agencies (OGAs)
(U)
6D.
JPRA Support to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
(U)
8
E.
JPRA Recommendationsfor GTMO
(U)
11
F.
Colonel Herrington's Assessment
of
GTMO
(U)
12
G.
JPRA Prepares Draft Exploitation Plan
(U) 14II.
Development
of
New
Interrogation
Authorities
(U) 16
A.
CIA's Interrogation Program
and
the Interrogation
of
Abu
Zubaydah
(U)
16
B.
JPRA Assistance
to
Another Government
Agency
(U) 19
C.
Senior
SERE
Psychologist Detailed From Department
of
Defense to Other GovernmentAgency
(U)
23
D.
Department
of
Defense General Counsel Seeks Information on
SERE
Techniques FromJPRA
(U) 24
E.
The Department
of
Justice Changes the Rules
(U)
31
F.
JPRA 's Special Program In Support
of.
(U)
35
1.
August
2002 Training Proposal
(U)
35
2.
JPRA Creates Project 22B
(U)
37III.
Guantanamo
Bayas
a
"Battle
Lab"
for
New
Interrogation Techniques
(U)
38
A.
GTMO Stands
Up
a Behavioral Science Consultation Team (BSCT)
(U)
38
UNCLASSIFIED

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