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Counter Resistance Techniques

Counter Resistance Techniques

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UN~LA~~'tlt,1
,.'RITIIf'lO'Ollr'l
THESECRETARYOF
DEFENSE
1000DErENSEPENTAGONWASf-;!INGTON,DC20301·1000
APR16
20D3
MEMORANDUMFORWECOMMANDER.
US
SOUIBERNCOMMAND
SUBJECf:
Counter-ResistanceTechniques
in
the
Waron
Terrorism
(5)
r,
(v..)'..
f&jNF}I
haveconsideredthereportoftheWorkingGroup
that
I
directed
be
establishedonJanuruy
15.2003...
,~I
.approvethe
use
ofspecified'
counter-resistancetechniques.subject
tothefollowing:.
(U)
a.
Thetechniques1authorizearethoseletteredA-~set
outat
Tab
A
(U)
b.Thesetechniquesmust
be
usedwith
all
tilesafeguardsdescribed
atTabB.
.(~c.
Useof
thesetechniques
is
limited
to
interrogationsof
unlawful
combatants
heldatGuantanamo
Bay,
Cuba..
(v..);%l
d.Prior
totheuseofthesetechniques.theChairmanofthe
Working
Groupon
Detainee
Interrogations
in
theGlobalWar
on
Terrorism
must
brief
you
and
y'our
staff.
~)1reiteratethatUSArmedForcesshallcontinuetotreatdetaineeshumanelyand,
to
theextentappropriateandconsistent
withmilitary
necessity.
in
amannerconsistent
with
the
principlesofthe
Geneva
Conventions.Inaddition,
if
youintendtousetechniquesB,
I.
O.or
X,
youmustspecifically
dete~e
that
military
necessityrequires
its
useand
notify
me
in
advance.
tSfNF)
If.
in
your
view,
yourequire
additional
interrogation
techniquesfor
aparticulardetainee,
you
shouldprovide
me,
viatheChairmanoftheJointChiefsofStaff,awrittenrequestdescribingtheproposedtechnique,recommendedsafeguards,andthe
rationalefor
applying
it
with
anidentified
detainee.
(u1st
Nothing
in
thismemorandum
in
anyway
restricts
your
existingauthority
tomaintaingoodorderanddtsciplineamong
detainees.
Attachments:
As
stated
DeclassifiedUnderAuthorityofExecutiveOrder12958
By"
ecutive
Secretary,Officeof[heSecretaryofDefense
WI!:
ern
P.
Marriott,CAPT,USNJune18,2004
.t
(
.
-
NOTRELEASABLETOFORE1GNNATJONALS
U~CL~If!ED:~:::~
y:~~~~~~
of
.DeclassifyOn:2Aoril
2D13
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TABA
,INTERROG,ATIONTECHNIQUES,
l
A),,,"
--fBI
INA
Theuseof
techniques
A_Xtssubject
to
thegeneralsafeguardsas
providedbelow
as
well
as
specific
implementaUonguidelines
to
be
provided
by
theapproprrateauthority.Specifictmplernentatron
guidance
With
respect
to.
techniquesA-
g
isprovided111
Army
FieldMariual34-5~.
Further
implementation
guidance
with
respect
to
techniques
R'_
X,,'w1ll
needto.be
developed
by
theappropriateauthority.'.
!£r'1riFlOf
the
techniques
setforthbelow,
the
policy
a'sPects
of~~,techniquesshould
be
consideredtothe
extent
those
pohey
.aspecta
refiect
the.views
of
othermajor
u.s.
partnernaUons.
Where
applicable,thede~ptJoriof
thetechniqueis
annotated
to
include
asummary
of
the
policy
188U~S
that,'should
be
consideredbefore
apphcauonof
thetechnique,..
~),
",,'
,A.~
Direct:Askingstraightforwardquestions'."'.'.",'
'(_tA)_
L'',".
B.~
Incentive/RemoVal
of
Incentive:Providinga
reward
orremovinga
prrvilege,aboveandbeyondthosethatarerequiredby.the
Geneva
Convention,
fromde
tamees.
l
Ca
utron:Otbe
rnationsthatbelieve
thatdetamees
areerrutled
to
POWprotectionsmay
consider
that
prov1slonand
retention
ofrcl1giousitems
(e.g..the
Koran)
areprotectedundertntemationallaw
[see.Genevam~Article
34
J.
Althoughtheprovisionsofthe'GenevaConventionarenotapplicableto
the
interrogationofunlawful
combatants.
corisrder
atronsbouldbe
given
,to'these'viewsprtortoapplicationofthetechnique.].,.'
c.~)
~m'otional
LOve':
Playing
on
the
lov~a
detainee
has
fO~'~
individual
or
group.
((..-\)
.,
.
,
D.
\SI
Itw-)Emotlonal
Hate:Playing
on
the
hatred
adetaineehas'for
an.
individual
orgroup.,
E.~~)NF)
Fear
UpHarshc
S1gnificantly
mcreasmg
thefear
level
in
adetainee.
(LA)
,F.
t&f
INF]
FearUp
Mild:
Moderately
increasingthe
fear
level
in
a
detainee.
(t.\.)'",'
G,
I
I'
NF)
ReducedFear:
Reducingthe
fear
level
in
adetatnee.
((,\
')
H.
t£-f-tNF)
Prtd«
.md
Ego.
Up:
Boostingtheego
of
adetainee.Classified
By:
Reason:DeclassifyOn:
SecretaryofDefense
1.5{a)
2Apr1l20l3
NOTRELEASABLETO
FOREIGNNATlONALS
TabA
 
4
'.
(t.{\,,'",
L
val/NFl
PrideandEgoDown:Attacking
or
insultingtheegoofadetainee,
not
beyond
thelimitsthat
would
applytoa
POW.
[Caution:Article
11,
of,
.Geneva
m
provides,
"Prisonersof
war,
whorefuse
to
answer
may
notbe
,threatened,
insulted,
orexposedto
any
unpleasantor
disadvantageous
treatmentof
any
kind,"Other
nations
that
believe,thatdetaineesareentitledtoPOWPlotections
may
con~de~~s
technique
inconsistent
:vnth
the
provi~ons
ofGeneva.AlthoughtheprovrsionsofGenevaarenotapplicable
to
the,'"
interrogationofunlawfulcombatants,considerationshould
be
giventotheseviews
prior
to
application
'of
thetechriique.]'
J
~~)'r~l'1
utili'.,
In
kin
th~
lin'
f
fu.'
tilif
d'
itain
.71,'
ty:
vo
g
eree
g
oty
0
a
e~.,
'(LA),,'",
K..
tsliNP)
WeKnowAll:Convincingthedetainee
that
the
interrogatorknows
th~
answertoquestionsbeasksthedetainee,'"'L.~EstablishYourIdentity.
Con~cing
thedetaineeiliat,th'e,,'
interrogatorhasmistakenthe
detainee
forsomeone
else.,M;~
'R~titiOD
Appro~ch:
Continuously
repeating
th~
~e
qu~tiOD~
the
detainee
within
interrogationperiodsofnonnal
duration.,'
N."(S~/~
File
andDo~sier:Con~cingdetainee
that'the
:i.nte~torhasa':'
damningandinaccuratefile,
which
must
be~.',,
9.
,J//~
MuttandJeff:
A
teamconsistingofafriendly
and
barshr,,interrogator.TheharshinterrogatormightemploythePrideandEgo
Down
.technique,[Caution:Othernationsthatbelievethat
POW
protections,
apply
todetainees
may
view
thistechniqueas
inconsistent
With
Geneva
m,
Article
13'
which
provides
that
POWs
must
be
protected'againstactsofintiInidation.'
,AlthoughtheprovisionsofGenevaarenotapplicable
to
the
interrogation'
ofunlawfulcombatants,con
sideration
should
be
giventothese
viewspriorto
applicationofthetechriique.].
P:
~'RaPid
Fire:QuestioningmrapidsuccessionW)'thoutallowing
detainee
to
answer.",
(IA)
Q.
(Sf
/NF)
Silence:Staringat'thedetaineetoencouragediscomfort.
(0...\
R.
fS//NP)ChangeofSceneryUp:Removingthedetaineefrom
the
standardinterrogation
setting
(generally
toa
locationmore
pleasant,
but
no
worse).
'S.~,Change'ofSceneryDo~'l1:Removingthedetainee
fr0111
thestandard
interrogation
setting
aridplacing
him
in
asetting
thatmay
beless
comfortable;
wouldnot
constitute
F<
substantialchange
in
environmentalquality.
(~)
,
.
'
,
T.
('Sf
jNFJ
DietaryManipulation:Changingthe
diet
ofadetainee;nointended
deprivationof
foodorwater;no
adversemedical
or
cultural
effect
and
withoutintenttodeprivesubiectoffoodorwater,e.g.,hotrations
to
MREs.'
,2
1'abA

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