1.    Levin, OLC Memo, December 30, 2004.

2.    Levin Memo, reminding the General Counsel of DoD that the Yoo OLC workgroup memo supporting enhanced interrogation techniques within the DoD had been withdrawn in December of 2003, and appending testimony of the Associate Deputy Attorney before the House of Representatives, February 4, 2005.

3.    Office of Professional Responsibility report, stating DoD stated they did not need to replace the Yoo OLC memo, after testimony of Patrick Philbin, the Associate Deputy Attorney General, July 14, 2004.

4.    Senate Armed Services Committee Report stating General Abizaid ordered that the Army Field Manual (34-52) applied to all interrogations in Iraq and Afghanistan, May 6, 2004; also stated in the Church report, March of 2005 (Executive Summary released; subsequently redacted document released).

5.    CNN news article stating that sleep and sensory deprivation and keeping prisoners in stressful positions had been banned in Iraq and was under review in Afghanistan, May 18, 2004.

6.    Testimony of Admiral Church before the Committee on Armed Services and Subcommittee on Personnel of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, March 10, 2005.

7.    New York Times article reporting on the new limits of the Army Field Manual (for which Colonel Banks was a consultant), April 28, 2005.

8.    Formica Report listing techniques prohibited in Iraq on May 13, 2004.

9.    MNF-I policy governing interrogations, January 27, 2005; PORTIONS OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE STILL CLASSIFIED.

10.  Afghanistan Order prohibiting specific techniques including sleep deprivation, verbal abuse or any form of intentional humiliation, May 16, 2004.

11.  Guantanamo Camp Delta SOP, March 2004.

12. A Review of the FBI’s Involvement In and Observations of Detainee Interrogations in Guantanamo Bay, Afghanistan, and Iraq, May 2008; revised October 2009.

13.  BSCT SOP Colonel Dunivin drafted, March 28, 2005

14. October 2002, Monitor.

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