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DEPARTMENT DEFENSE
REPLY
ATTENTION
JOINT TASK FORCE GTMO
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA
APO 09360
JTF GTMO-CG December 2002
MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, United States Southern Command, 3511 91st
Avenue, Miami, 33172.
SUBJECT: Transfer Recommendation for GTMO Detainee, Dirat Vakhitov, ISN US9RS00492DP (S) Personal Information: Dirat Vakhitov Russian national born
1977 (age 25) Naberyozhnyj, Russia. Detainee has latent tuberculosis
and has been treated for posttraumatic stress disorder, but otherwise
good health. (FOUO) Detention Information: December 1999, subject
detainee departed Naberyozhyj, Russia, and traveled train
Qurghonteppa, Tajikistan, and later the border city Imam Sab,
Afghanistan. Soon afterwards, detainee was arrested the Taliban
suspicion espionage, and incarcerated the Sarpuza prison complex Kandahar. Detainee
was subsequently transferred U.S. forces, and transported Guantanamo Bay Naval Base,
Cuba, where arrived June 2002. Detainee was transferred the Guantanamo Bay
detention facility based his possible knowledge American citizen killed the Sarpuza
prison complex while was there. The detainee has been cooperative, but JTF GTMO
considers the information obtained from and about him not valuable tactically exploitable. (S) Assessment: Based current information, detainee ISN: US9RS-00492DP assessed
neither affiliated with al-Qaida nor being Taliban leader. Moreover, based the detainee
folder, the knowledgeability brief (KB), and subsequent interrogations JTF GTMO, the
results which are available the JTF GTMO detainee database, the detainee has further
intelligence value the United States and will not seen for further intelligence purposes.
Because the Russian government agreement incarcerate this detainee upon his transfer,
and provided that remains incarcerated under the control the Russian government, the
detainee poses future threat the U.S. its allies. addition, the Russian government has
agreed share with the United States all intelligence derived from this detainee the future. (S) Recommendation: view the foregoing, recommend subject detainee considered
for transfer the control the Russian government. During visit Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
DERIVED FROM: Multiple Sources
CLASSIFIED BY: ENDURING FREEDOM SCG
DATE SOURCE: March 2002
DECLASSIFY ON:
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JTF GTMO-CG
SUBJECT: Transfer Recommendation for GTMO Detainee, Dirat Vakhitov, ISN US9RS00492DP
from November 2002, Russian Intelligence officers interrogated ISN: US9RS-00492DP
and stated that their government would accept custody ISN: US9RS-00492DP released
the U.S. government. (C) Coordination: JTF GTMO notified the Criminal Investigative Task Force this
recommendation December 2002.
GEOFFREY MILLER
Major General, U.S. Army
Commanding
CF: CITF-GTMO
DERIVED FROM: Multiple Sources
CLASSIFIED BY: ENDURING FREEDOM SCG
DATE SOURCE: March 2002
DECLASSIFY ON:
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