Testimonies of Standard Operating Procedures
In November and December of 2007, Wikileaks posted two Guantánamo manuals. They were the 2003 and 2004 Standard Operating Procedures for Camp Delta. CSHRA has extracted the testimony of abuse contained in those manuals, compared the two versions, and placed both in the context of the Geneva Conventions and other international agreements regarding the humane treatment of prisoners. See below.
CSHRA has also posted below the Standard Operating Procedures for (a) hunger striking prisoners, (b) Behavioral Studies Consultation Teams (BSCTs), and (c) a couple of citations of the 2005 Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedure manuals. All of these were released by the US Department of Defense.
We have posted here also the SERE Interrogation SOP for JTF GTMO (posted in the website of the documentary Torturing Democracy), the Recommended Course of Action for the Reception and Detention of Individuals Under 18 Tears of Age (posted in the website of the Toronto Star), and the Guidelines on Medical and Psychological Support approved by the CIA Office of Medical Services (made public in 2009 by the Obama administration).
- Testimonies of Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedures, 2003-20051
- Testimonies of the Detention Hospital Standard Operating Procedures
- Recommended Course of Action for Reception and Detention of Individuals Under 18 Years of Age, January 14, 2003
- Guidelines on Medical and Psychological Support to Detainee Rendition, Interrogation, and Detention. CIA Office of Medical Services (Summary)
1. The report of the investigation into the allegations made by Sgt. Heather Cerveny mentions a Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedure dated October 15, 2006. No such document has been made public to date.