blank Lawfulness of a Lethal Operation Directed Against a U.S. Citizen Who Is a Senior Operational Leader of Al-Qa’ida or An Associated Force (White Paper) November 8, 2011 [17 Pages, 1.1MB] – This white paper sets forth a legal framework for considering the circumstances in which the U.S. government could use lethal force in a foreign country outside the area of active hostilities against a U.S. citizen who is a senior operational leader of al-Qa’ida or an associated force1 of al-Qa’ida-that is, an al-Qa’ida leader actively engaged in planning operations to kill Americans.

These records pertain to detainees, that have been, or are being held since 9/11

Assaults and Abuse Related Records

blank Documents concerning incidents or acts of assault perpetrated against U.S. Military personnel by detainees at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba – ( .pdf #1 [573 Pages] | .pdf #2 [523 Pages] )

blank Incident Reports of Detainee on Detainee Assaults at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 2003-2006 [45 Pages, 22MB]

blank List of Mass Disturbances at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, from NOV 8, 2005 through DEC 2 2005 [18 Pages, 10.5MB]

blank Summary of the Reengagement of Detainees Formerly Held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, December 2010 [2 Pages, 0.1MB]

Australian and British citizens detained at Guantanamo Bay

blank Documents released January and June of 2009 [39 Pages, 1.8MB]

Department of State Records

blank Documents Related to the Treatment of Prisoners held at GITMO, released December 2015 [101 Pages, 3.5MB] – The original request for records was sent to the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). These two documents were considered State Department records, and sent their for release. The first is a record related to the mental health of a GITMO prisoner, while the bulk of the release is the, “United Nations Committee Against Torture – Convention Against Torture – Periodic Report of United States of America.”

Other Related Records

blank2003 Working Group Report on Detainee Interrogations in the Global War on Terrorism and comments from the Military Services’ Judge Advocates – See also: JAG Memo – 3 March 2003

blank Detainee Hospital Guantanamo Bay Cuba Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Operational Policy Memorandums concerning health care, Behavioral Science Consultation Team (BSCT) SOPs. 2005 [375 Pages]

blank Documents Concerning Immediate Reaction Force (IRF), Guantanamo Bay, 2004-2005 – ( .pdf #1 [311 Pages] | .pdf #2 [113 Pages] | .pdf #3 [98 pages] )

blank Inquiry into the Treatment of Detainees in U.S. Custody, November 20, 2008 [263 Pages]

blankJoint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO), “Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)” effective 28 March 2003. Document release date: December 2007 [238 Pages]

blankList of Detainees who went through the complete Combatant Status Review Tribunal (CSRT) process. Document release date: April 19, 2006 [11 Pages]

blankList of Detainees found to no longer meet the definition of “Enemy Combatant” during Combatant Status Review Tribunals held at Guantanamo 2004/2005. Document release date: November 28, 2007 [1 Pages]

blankList of Individuals Detained by the Department of Defense at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, from January 2002 through May 12, 2006. Document release date: May 15, 2006 [18 Pages]

blankMemo from Office of Legal Counsel, Department of Justice, to General Counsel of the Department of Defense dated March 14, 2003, Re: Military Interrogation of Alien Unlawful Combatants Held Outside the United States, 14 March 2003 [81 Pages]

blank Review of Department Compliance with the President’s Executive Order on Detainee Conditions (Admiral Walsh Report), Date Unknown [81 Pages, 600kb]

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