Title: Volume FOIA 056

Release Date: 2014-03-20

Text: 17698

Volume 56 of 111
SJAR ROT
FOIA Version

VERBAT IM 1

RECORD OF TRIAL2

(and accompanying papers)

of
(Name: Last, First, Middie initiai) (Sociai Security Number) (Rank)
Headquarters and
Headquarters Company,
United States Army Garrison U-S- Army FCDIJC Ml/er: VA 22211
(Unit/Command Name) (Branch of Service) (Station or Snip)
By
GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL
Convened by Commander

(Titie of Con vening Authority)

UNITED STATES ARMY MILITARY DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
(Unit/Command of Con vening Authority)

Tried at

Fort. Meade, MD on see below

(Piace or Piaces of Triai) (Date or Dates of Triai-9

Date or Dates of Trial:

23 February 2012, 15-16 March 2012, 24-26 April 2012, 6-8 June 2012, 25 June 2012,

16-19 July 2012, 28-30 August 2012, 2 October 2012, 12 October 2012, 17-18 October 2012,
7-8 November 2012, 27 November - 2 December 2012, 5-7 December 2012, 10-11 December 2012,
8-9 January 2013, 16 January 2013, 26 February - 1 March 2013, 8 March 2013,

10 April 2013, 7-8 May 2013, 21 May 2013, 3-5 June 2013, 10-12 June 2013, 17-18 June 2013,
25-28 June 2013, 1-2 July 2013, 8-10 July 2013, 15 July 2013, 18-19 July 2013,

25-26 July 2013, 28 July - 2 August 2013, 5-9 August 2013, 12-14 August 2013,

16 August 2013, and 19-21 August 2013.

1 insert ?verbatirri or ?surrimari'zeo? as appropriate. This form be used by the Army and Navy for verbatim records of triai

2 See inside back co ver for instructions as to preparation and arrangement.

DD FORM 490, MAY 2000 PREWOUS OBSOLETE Front Cover





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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
v. EXPECTED TESTIMONY

Manning, Bradley E. Louis Travleso
PFC, U.S. Army,
IIHC, US. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall DATED: May 2013


Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accmed, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if Louis
Travieso were present to testify dining the merits and pne-sentencing phases of this court-martial,
he would testify substantially as follows.

1. (U) 1, Louis Travieso, am a former Non-Commissioned O?icer in the United States Army. 1
served 4 in the MOS of 13F. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) recruited me to
become an intelligence of?oer immediately after completing my service in the Army. I became an
intelligence officer for DIA in 2006. In 2010 while serving as a DIA intelligence officer, I
received a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Saint Leo University. In 2012, 1 received a
Masters of Business Administration front Saint Leo University.

2. (U) Currently, 1 work at MacDill Air Force Base as a DIA intelligence of?cer at the United
States Central Command (U SCENTCOM) In addition to being an intelligence
officer, I am the Lead Plans Officer for certain countries. I have been the Lead Plans O?icer since
2011. I work within the Targeting and Geospatial Readiness Department, which is within the
Combat Readiness Branch at CENTCOM headquarters. The mission of the department is to
gather targeting and geospatial data and assembling it into a comprehensive picture for the
commander.

3. (U) As the Lead Plans Officer for certain countries and a DIA intelligence officer, I lead all
intelligence support for my section by meeting with planners, obtaining systems requirements,
assuring the requirements are met, and ensuring that the Joint Information Center (JIC) is
supported by providing a comprehensive picture from the relevant targeting and geospatial
systems. This work supports the JIC's mission to provide direct intelligence to all forces assigned
to the Commander, USCENTCOM. I work with classi?ed information daily in all of these tasks.

4. (U) Previously, I worked as an Information Release Specialist with DIA from 2006 until 2011.
As the Information Release Specialist, I processed information for declassi?cation. I was the
subject matter expert reepomible for determining whether 12 still possessed classi?ed equities. In
that position, I worked with classi?ed documentation and reviews for classi?cation daily.
Currently, I still support information release work and am consulted on occasion regarding
declassi?mtion.

S. (U) I first gained familiarity with this above-captioned case when I supported the Information
Review Task Force (IRTF). I supported the IRTF by making available the expertise,
analysis, and information collection management to other agencies participating in the IRTF.



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6. (U) I was tasked to this case through CENT tasking management tool. The tool sent the
task requirement to J2, and then J2 assigned me.

7. (U) After receiving the assignment, I began conducting a line?by?line review of the provided
documents, which included, among others, documents from the Combined Information Data
Exchange (CIDNE) Iraq, CIDNE Afghanistan, and documents related to the AR 15-6 of the Farah
civilian casualties incident. I reviewed the documents for 12 equities, such as intelligence sources
and methods, military operations, or systems capabilities. During the review, I coordinated
equities with the relevant agencies.

8. (U) To determine classi?cation, I applied the CENTCOM classi?cation guide appropriate to
the time of the document. I reviewed each document at the time of its origin and the time of its
compromise. Everything I reviewed was at the level.



10. (U) Furthermore, Classi?ed Document was marked on the top and bottom of each

page. As an Information Release Specialist and Lead Plans Officer for my section, I frequently

handle classi?ed documents like Classi?ed Document. This document is only found on

or a higher classi?ed network because it is classi?ed. Classi?ed documents, like Classi?ed

Document, are marked with the appropriate classi?cation on the top and bottom of the page.

These markings put the reader on notice that the information is classi?ed and should be handled
accordingly. Furthermore, the paragraphs in a classi?ed document are portion-marked, which also I
puts the reader on notice of the speci?c classi?cation for that section.

11. (U) Classi?ed documents and documents marked as classi?ed must be handled in accordance
with the rules set forth in Executive Order 13526, and previously in Executive Order 12958. I am
familiar with these Executive Orders because I have been working under the guidelines set forth
therein during my entire professional career as a DIA intelligence officer.

1
ASHDEN FEIN LEY E. ING DAVID E. COOMBS

MAJ, JA PFC, USA Civilian Defense Counsel
Trial Counsel Accused

17701

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

Ms. Jacqueline Scott

10

June 2013

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that ifMs. Jacqueline
Scott were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-martial, she would
testify substantially as follows:
1. 1 am employed at United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
1 am a Freedom of Information Action (FOIA) Officer and the Chief of the FOIA and Privacy Section.
This entails reviewing FOIA requests and releasing information as appropriate under the FOIA. FOIA
requests originate from various sources. The public submits request for information under the FOIA.
Additionally, federal agencies receive requests for information under the FOIA, and those agencies may
have responsive documents that contain USCENTCOM equities. Those agencies then contact
USCENTCOM to review the responsive documents requested for USCENTCOM equities. 1 have worked
at USCENTCOM since 1995. 1 have been doing FOIA work since 1999. I have worked exclusively on
FOIA issues since 2005. 1 was previously the Branch Chief of Management, Records, and Forms,
Personnel Management, FOIA, and Privacy.
2. Currently, the FOIA Office handles approximately 350 requests a year. Before 2002, the number of
requests a year was approximately 40. The FOIA office does not make withholding decisions; the FOIA
office only makes recommendations. As a part of the FOIA office, 1 am the first person to see the mail
and requests. When a request is received, 1 determine if USCENTCOM has the information by
conducting a records search. I also may have to check with the legal office to see if there is an
investigation pending. Sometimes information may point the FOIA process to equities involving
intelligence, special operations, and planning, among others. USCENTCOM owns the information 1
review for release under the FOIA.
3. After a FOIA request is received, a member of the FOIA office conducts a first scrub. During this
scrub, any information that should not be released because it meets an exemption under the FOIA is
placed in a red bracket or red box. Next, a member of the FOIA team verifies the exemption with the
equity owner. The review is conducted by a subject matter expert (SME). The SME looks through any
requested document for specific types of equities. For instance, one SME looks for J5 equities and
another for J3 equities. A SME works exclusively on his/her branch of equities for FOIA requests. If a
SME believes that information should be declassified, that information is taken to an original
classification authority (OCA) with the authority to declassify. If the SME verifies a classified equity
with the owner of the equity, the information is marked as not being appropriate for release.
4. Redactions are mainly used for classified information, names of DoD personnel, and anything that
falls under the (b)(3) exemption of FOIA. The (b)(3) section protects personnel assigned to a sensitive
overseas routinely deployed unit. Information pertaining to weapons systems is also not released.
Section (b)(5) also exempts information and applies to a portion of USCENTCOM FOIA investigations.
Section (b)(5) has three part: (1) pre-decisional information; (2) attorney-client documents or privileges;
and (3) attomey work product. Law enforcement exemptions under section (b)(7), such as Inspector
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Ceneral investigations, also warrant exemptionft^omdisclosure under the FOIA. The FOIA office
incorporates the factors listed in Executive Order (EO) 13526 into decisions regarding redactions of
classified information.
5. There isa20 day mandate in the timeline fbr responding to FOIA requests. Onoccasion,alOday
extension may be granted where coordination ofvarious equities requires additional time. After initial
review the legal office reviews the information for legal sufficiency. Thelegal review isalegal opinion
about the FOIA determinations. This isa^^CO/NO-CO process." lfitisa^^CO,"thenitissentbackto
the FOIA office to be packaged and sent to the ChiefofStafffbr approval and signature for releasable
information. I f i t isa^^NOOO,"then the legal officer states the deficiencies, if any. The FOIA office
responds by correcting the deficiencies and the information is resubmitted for legal review.
6.1am familiarwith the video filenamed ^^12 JUL 07 C^E^CACEMEl^T^ONE30CCAnyoneavi"
(Apache video),which is Prosecution E x h i b i t l l f o r Identification in this case because it was the
subjectaFOlA request. Iwas asked to review the records related to the FOIA request fbr the Apache
video. Isearched fbr the records. Ireviewed those records. Idid not find the Apache video. The records
indicated that the Apache video was not released subject to any FOIA request. The AR15-6 Investigation
related to the Apache video was released under the FOIA, and the investigation contained redactions in
accordance with applicable FOIA exemptions.
7. The USCENTCOM FOIA office receivedarequest fbr information related to theFarah investigation.
The investigation pertained toalarge scale civilian casualties(ClVCAS) incident in the Farah Province,
Afghanistan. In response to the FOIA request for information related to the Farah Investigation, an
unclassified executive summary was released on or aboutl8June 2009. The classified investigate officer
report (BATES numbers: 0037^029 0037^065) was not released to the public. No other document or
video related to the Farah investigation was released to the public in response toaFOIA request or
otherwise.
8.On30July2007,CENTCOMreleasedSlCACTinformationasaFOlAreleasefbrSignificant
Activity Reporty(SlOACT) dataft^om2004, 2005, 2006, and2007.1wasthe individual thatpostedthis
information to the FOIA reading room. The SIOACT information released gave the date and time ofthe
significant activity,the attack type, the target and the location city of the significant activity. The FOIA
release did not include all ofthe information from the SlCACTs. Only that information that was
declassified by an OCAwas released by my office.

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CPT,JA
Assistant Trial Counsel

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5-6 hours for total upload?
uploaded
no, it was like 5 minutes
ping
ping
anyway... should be good to go with that...
news?

hi
hiya
1 like debates.
Just finished one on the IMMI, and crushed some
wretch from the journalists union.
2010-03-05 21:11:01 vid?
2010-03-05 21:11:24 Ofthis?
2010-03-05 21:11:37 yeah
2010-03-05 21:11:56 Not videotaped, i think.
2010-03-05 21:12:04 ah
2010-03-05 21:12:24 Very satisfying though
2010-03-05 21:12:38 >nod<
2010-03-05 21:12:44 Source here just gave me 10Gb of banking docs.
2010-03-05 21:13:10 lb?
2010-03-05 21:13:11 He leaked some before, was exposed by the husband
of the wretch.
2010-03-05 21:13:27 cross-bank, was an it consultant.
2010-03-05 21:13:39 got arrested two weeks ago
2010-03-05 21:13:50 Had is bank accounts frozen.
2010-03-05 21:14:02 and has been offered 15 million kroner to shut up
2010-03-05 21:14:09 /is/his
2010-03-05 21:14:26 mmm
2010-03-05 21:15:04 needed to offload them so they'd stop going
after him
2010-03-05 21:17:31 >yawn<
2010-03-05 21:19:26 tired?
"2010-03-05 21:20:54 waking up =)
2010-03-05 22:53:22 ping
2010-03-05 23:41:17 ping
2010-03-06 00:31:55 here
2010-03-06 00:32:52 pong
2010-03-06 00:39:19 . and zero reply status =P
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2010-03-06 06:40:54 ping
2010-03-06 06:41:22 ping
2010-03-06 06:41:27 pong
2010-03-06 06:41:34 can you tell me more about these files?
2010-03-06 06:41:41 or the status of the issue?
2010-03-06 06:41:58 uhmm... no new infomnation... everybody is focused
on the election
2010-03-06 06:42:07 what&apos:s the caps thing?
2010-03-06 06:42:15 caps?
2010-03-06 06:42:22 CAPS
2010-03-06 06:42:38 who's the author?
2010-03-06 06:42:39 and are all these releasable?
2010-03-06 06:42:42 so much going on... ahhhh
2010-03-06 06:42:46 what about the english translation?
2010-03-06 06:42:55 yes
2010-03-06 06:42:55 everything is notes
2010-03-06 06:43:02 minus the photos
2010-03-06 06:43:13 the photos are releasable
2010-03-06 06:43:29 ok, what about the incident report?
2010-03-06 06:43:52 cant release the original, but the information can be
scraped from it
2010-03-06 06:44:08 i.e. sources indicate this happened at this place at this
time
2010-03-06 06:44:17 yup
2010-03-06 06:44:38 it looks like a MiTT report?
2010-03-06 06:44:39 translation is super not releasable

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Oate-Tlme
2010 03 06 06:45:01 ok be sure to tell me these things as soon as
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2010 03 06 06:45:03 yes, came from federal police into US hands
Nathaniel Frank
2010 03 06 06:45:07 and better yet in the submission itself
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2010 03 0606:45:12 yes,sorry
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2010 03 0606:45:59 i^apos:m not the only one to process this stuff and
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2010 03 0606:46:02 though who knows, everybody is running around
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2010 03 0606:46:33 basically
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2010 03 06 06:46:39 loseafew seats maybe
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2010 03 06 06:46:42 but win overall
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ashot?
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2010 03 0606:59:09 i.e ^c^uot:easier^c:|uot: stories for press to get
2010 03 0606:59:10 im sure you can try to confimnSOM^XHINC3 . there is
ahotel called the Hotel Ishtar nearby to that location

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does it have grid refs?
grid references within the document, yes
that was were the arrests took place
morocco publishing company
gives coordinates ^in the military report)
ifigured it would make it look more iikeajournalist
acc^uired it. if the hotel was mentioned
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1^apos:m surprised there are any left,
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full transcriptfdrvideo is now complete
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might also be known as Sheraton Ishtar
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anyway,gotta dash...should be back i n a f e w hours
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itsaHt^C^^ jumble xO
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Date-Tinie
2010-03- 06 07:08:37 ciaoness
2010-03- 06 07:10:28 oh, it was on the EAST side ofthe tigris.. thats
important
2010-03-1
-06 07 11:01 the arrest location
2010-03-1
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2010-03-1
why irnportanl?
roeoj}11:36
11:46
i think hotel is on the west side
2010-03-06 07
2010-03-06 07:12:21 ah, im all over the place... clearing logs..
2010-03-06 07:12:43 not logging at^alL. safe_
1-06 07:12:50 I just wanted to be certajn
J010-03-1
1-0609125:55 any more questions?
2010-03-1
1-06 10:59:53 i have a quick question
2010-03-1
2010-03-06 12:48:15 busy day for you ?
2010-03 06 14:37:11 ping
2010-03 07 07:03:53 ping
2010-03 07 07:08:29 brb, checking flights
2010-03-07 07:11:49
2010-03-07 07:14:56 i have a quick question?
2010-03-07 07:15:36 sure...lots of time pressure atm though so answer will
be brief
2010-03-07 07:16:00 how valuable are JTF GTMO detention memos
containing summaries, background info, capture info,
etc?
2010-03-07 07:16:18 time period?
2010-03-07 07:16:25 2002-2008
2010-03-07 07:17:35 quite valuable to the lawyers of these guys who are
trying to get them out, where those memos suggest
their innocence/bad proceedure
2010-03-07 07:18:12 also valuable to merge into the general history.
politically gitmo is mostly over though
2010-03-07 07:18:20 yeah
2010-03-07 07:18:28 although transfers to afghanistan might rise it again
2010-03 07J)7:18:38 &gt%oPNG
2010-03- 07 07:18:43 j[i get backjojhat later
2610-03- 07 07:19:29 depends on definition of valuable of course..
there's been a fair bit of inflation the last few
months:)
2010-03-07 07:19:39 i noticed
2010-03-07 07:19:51 BXW
2010-03-07 07:20 M 2WE won the referendum - only 1.4% voted against.
2010-03-07 07:20:17 i saw
2010-03-07 07:20:25 How cool is that?
2010-03-0707:20:54 First referendum in Icelandic history, ever.
2010-03- 07 07: 20:56 not sure how much influence you actually had...
though im sure you had an impact of some kind
2010-03 07 07:21:13 by 'we&apos: i mean everyone working towards
it
2010-03-07 07:21:20 ah, been there before
2010-03-07 07:21:28 im wary of referenda
2010-03-07 07:21:51 democracy sounds good... until you realize
you're a vulnerable minority...
2010-03-07 07:21:57 but quite possibly swung it., there was lots of stuff
going on behind the scenes here.
2010-03-07 07:22:09 case in point: proposition 8 in California
2010-03-07 07:22:21 Yes. This is democracy in the negative though, which
is usuaNy greaf^
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2010-03-07 07:22:34 indeed it is
2010-03-07 07:22:51 i.e vetoing bills [go back and do it again!]
2010-03-07 07:23:32 call is bad, I agree, anyone with some $ has a syringe
right into the heart of the state constitution
2010-03- 07 07:23:40 &gt:nod&it: 2
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2010-03- 07 07:23:52 bbk
2010-03-07 07:23:58 gotta run too
2010-03-07 07:23:59 ttyl
2010-03- 07 10:53:48 so when is the site coming back?
2010-03 08 05:46:56 hello

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2010 03 0805:48:43 heyal
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2010 03 08 06 10:08 ok greati
2010 03 08 06 10:09 74b3^tarbz2
2010 03 08 06 10:56 youl^apos:ll need to figure outwhat to cio with it all,.

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2010 03 08 06 11:03 a lot of odd things are happening lately
2010 03 08 06 11:08 such as?
2010 03 08 06 11:48 it^apos:s hard to describe without going through them
all
2010 03 08 06 11:53 but there^apos:s something in the aii^.
2010 03 0806 12:07 in Iceland, or giobaiiy
2010 03 0806 12:40 this is what l^apos:m trying to determine, people in
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2010 03 08 06:12:49 and there^apos:s some evidence of that
2010-03 08 06:13:13 such as... ^i hate to inquire too much, but im benign)

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2010 03 08 06:14:09definitely feel something odd here. ,
20l6 03 08 06:14:38some recent things in denmark the main newspaper

yeah, i^apos:ve heard.
heard?
outcome yet?
busy few weeks
no wont be for weeks... it was yeiy^ui^
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^01003 08 06:04:09 lalaia
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201003 0806:05:05 nini?
2010 03-0806:65:22 looks like we have the last4mothers of all audio to all
phones in the is pariiament
2010 03 ^06:05:29 s^others^months
201063- 08 06:05146 interesting
2010 03-08 06:06:09 ^had nothing to do with thisone^
20^003 6806:68:49 im sending one last archive of intersting stuff should
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printed an entire book in afghanistan that was about
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2010 03 08 06:16:00 german constitutional courtjust struck down data
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2010 03 08 06:16:07 yep
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2010 03 08 06:16 34 wi actions that were considered totally radical3years
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2010 03 08 06:17:06 itold you before,government^organizations cant
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2010 03 08 06:19:10 lhad an account there,but changed ips too quickly
2010 03 08 06:19:16 usually its pretty dull reading, one or two things on is
aday. but its like 20-25 for today alone
2010 03 08 06:19:40 just FBIS or analysis included?
2610 03 6806:19:54 no analysis, too early.
2010 03 08 06:20:03 24-48 hours it takes for analysis if done
2010 03 08 06:22:01 anyway,im throwing everythingigot on JTF GXMO at
you now . should take awhile to get up tho
2010 03 0806:23:22 summary^history^heaithconditions^reasonsfor
retaining or transfer of nearly every detainee ^about
95^)
2010 03 0806:24:01 ok,greati
2010 03 08 06:24:15 what period does it cover for each internment?
2010 03 08 06:24:48 2002 2009
2010 03 08 06:25:21 so initial medical evaluation to exit evaluation?
2010 03 08 06:25:37 no, just summaries...
2010 03 08 06:25:52 but summaries of that?
2010-03-08 06:26:26 iefrom entry to exit?
2010 03 08 06:26:31 not quite
2010 03 08 06:26:33 gaps
2010 03 0806:26:50 where do the gaps come from?
2010 03 08 06:26:58 Memos such asSOBJECX:l^ecommendation to
l^etain under OoOC::ontrol^OoO) for Guantanamo
Oetainee,^br^^lSN:US9AS 000002OP
2010 03 0806:27:51 ihaveacsv that organizes the info as much as
possible
2010 03 0806:27:55 lhate these gitmo guys
2010 03 0866:28129 OFAFBU sums up the sort of people they ended up
with
2010 03 0806:28:48 [one flight away from being uglyj aka ^quot:gitmo
cute8^quot:
2010 03 0806:28:56 haha
2010 03 08 06:30:57 anyway,gotta run,haveanice day
2010 03 08 06:31:14 you too. and take carel
2010 03 08 06:31:42 after this upload,thats allireally have got left
2010 03 0806:32:15 curious eyes never njn dry in my experience
2010 03 0806:32:18 isat on it forabit, and figured,eh,why not
2010 03 08 06:32:52 ive already exposed quiteabit, just noone knows yet
2010 03 08 06:33:34 ill slip into darkness forafew years,let the heat die
down
2010 03 0806:34:05 won^apos:ttake9few years at the present rate of
change
2010-03 08 06:34:08 true
2010 03 08 06:34:19 almost feels like the singularity is coming
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given you,lean only imagine the overiad
2010 03 08 06:35:05 yes
2010 03 08 06:35:15 ^load
2010 03 08 06:35:30 cya
2010 03 08 06:35:34 1 just hope we can do justice to it all
2010 03 08 06:35:57 We have the numbers, just need to figure out how to
scale the management.
2010 03 08 06:36:04 nightl
2010 03 08 11:13:06 hi
2010 03 08 11:44:16 hoi
2010 03 08 11:44:27 short sleep?
2010 03 08 12:19:56 wasnt asleep.. . going to sleep soon
2010 03 08 12:20 21 upload is at about 36^
2010 03 08 12:21:39 ETA?
2010 03 08 12:22:05 11 12hours...guessing since its been going for6
already
2010 03 08 12:22:33 how many mb?
2010 03 08 12:22:50 about 440mb
2010 03 08 12:2446 alot of scanned pdf8^apos:s
2010 03 08 14:38:00 what are you at donation-wise?
2010 03 08 15 55:28 any good at Im hash cracking?
2010 03 08 16:00:29 yes
2010 03 08 16:00:44 donations: not sure
2010 03 08 16:00:55 something in order of .5M
2010 03 08 16:01:30 but we lost our CCprocessor,so this Is making
matters somewhat painful.
2010 03 08 16:02:23 we have rainbow tables for Im
2010 03 08 16:04:14 80c11049faebf441d524fb3c4cd5351c
2010 03 08 16:05:07 ithinkitsimtimnt
2010 03 08 16:05:38 anyway...
2010 03 08 16:06:08 need sleep ^gt:yawn^gt:
2010 03 08 16:09:06 not even sure if thats the hash...lhad to hexdumpa
SAM file,sinceidont have the system file...
261^6-63-08^6:10:06 what makes you think it8^apos:sim?
2010 03 08 16:10:19 itsfromaSAM?
2010 03 08 16:10:24 yeah
2010 03 08 16:11:26 passed it onto our Im guy
2010 03 08 16:11:40 thx
2010 03 0821:31:59 got about an hour to go on that upload
2010 03 10 03:44:06 hi
2010 03 10 03:45:05 didyougetwhatisent?
2010 03 10 03:45:11 via sftp
2010 03 10 03:46:04 heyal
2010 03 1003:46:24 M05|^74b3^,t9r.^^2)^c36e31^^^
2010 03 1003:47:39 will check
2010 03 1003:47:47 sweet
2010 03 1003:47:54 somewhat distracted with all sorts of intrigues
2010 03 10 03:48:01 heh, im sure
2010 03 10 03:48:13 imma get intrigued with my hot chocolate-)
2010 03 10 03:48:24 we now have the last4months of audio from
telephones at the is parliament
2010 03 10 03:48:29 bbl
2010 03 10 03:48:35 yes, you said earlier
2010 03 10 03:48:51 it wasa^might^ before
2010 03 1003:48:55 somebody^apos:sbad...-)
2010 03 1003:49:11 ttyl
2010 03 1003:49:16 yup nixon tapes got nothing on us
2010 03 1004:25:37 hmm
2010 03 1004:25:42 there^apos:sausem9me in the gitmo doc^
2010 03 1004:25:58 iassumeishould filter it out?
2010 03 1005:40:47 theresausername?
2010 03 1005:42:16 any usernames should probably be filtered, period
2610-03-1005:42:38 but at the same time,theresagazillionofthem
2010 03 1065:45:56 is this ordered by country?
2010 03 10 05:46:00 yes

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2010 03 1005:46:48 ... gazillion pdf^apos:s that is^^span^
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2010 03 1005:47:15 anything useful in there?
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2010 03 10 05:50:54 no time, but have someone on it
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2010 03 10 05:51:00 there surely will be
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2010 03 10 05:51:12 and these sorts ofthings are always motivating to
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^2010 03 1005:51:22 ^gt:nod^it:
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2010 03 1005:51:33 inflation
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2010 03 10 05:51:34 ^P
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2010 03 1005:51:43 from an economic standpoint
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2010 03 1005:52:08 heh
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2010 03 1005:52:29 Iwas thinking more inspiration
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2010 03 1005:52:38 iknow-)
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2010 03 10 05:54:41 true
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2010 03 1005:55:05 ive crossedalot of those ^quot:danger^quot: zones,
so im comfortable
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2010 03 1005:55:25 iearnedalot from the Iceland cable on my side
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2010 03 1005:55:32 oh?
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2010 03 10 05:55:55 and that is... everyone is too busy to Investigate too
deeply...
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2010 03 10 05:56:02 or clean up the mess
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2010 03 10 05:56:03 yes
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2010 03 10 05:56:13 unless they think there^apos:sareal promotion in it

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indeed
afterafew days,no one givesadamn,generally
yep
especially now with the pace of change so high
oh yeah
its nuts
ive given up on trying to imagine whats next
ipredict its nothingican predict
actually...
gave an Intel source herealist of things we wanted
15
Iwas ^quot:something we have no idea of yet. hard
to find, but the most likely to be important&quot:
and they came iiack with the 1ast4months of
parliament
xO
hilarious
thatsawtf...who did this kind of moment
fail out ^P
So,that^apos:swhatithink the future is like:)
yes
now that humans are getting more and more
integrated into this information society...aievei of
transparency never imagined or eveningly desired is
coming into play
it makes us more human if anything
we^apos:ve created states, governments, religious
institutions, corporations , all these organizations to
hide behind...
but at the end of the day, we^apos:re just guys and
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2010 03 1006:04:02 Wikil^eaks is looking for donations, but what itsii^^
founders should do, is call upon script writers to make
a, perhaps reality based, dramatized, thriller movie of
one of the wikileaks cases, with corruption, infiltration,
espionage, hitmen, sabotage, etc and call the movie
8^quot:Wikil^eakst^quot:^^span^^br^:^^br^^^span
style-font famiiy: Helvetica: font size: 12pt:^^^l see
great potential for suchamovie,and massive money
and advertising it would generate would establish
them firmly. l^apos:d then support by seeing the
movie Hollywood would likely support.^^

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2010 03 1006:11:24 basic gist: retired general takes overatoy company,
invests in video games for kids to ^quot:piay^quot:,
but they^apos:re actually training to remotely use little
toy sized weapons
2010 03 1006:11:40 former toy owner tries to stop him
2010 03 1006:11:52 ^company
2010 03 10 06:12:11 heh.that^apos:s the examplelwas going to use for
mmorpg ^with drones) but decided it was too
grotesque
2010 03 1006:12:47 its not... its logical in frightening ways
2010 03 10 06:13:04 ithink like that, idont know how it happened,buti
think that way
2010 03 1666:13:32 ipredict warwill turn intoacontinuous spectrum of
spying and violence
2010 03 1006:13:32 8^quot:howcanitake advantage of two things that
most people wouldn^apos:t think are
connected&quot:
2010 03 1006:15:50 with companies doingalot of the lower end
^spying^violence) for their own reasons andatotally
seemless crossover ^as is happening with the us)
between contractors^miiitary to the degree that its not
clear who is tasking who
2010 03 1006:16:12 wow, dead on
2010 03 1006:16:57 everywhere, greater degrees of freedom, more fluidity
and mixing.
2010 03 1006:17:23 always an interesting discussions)
2010 03 1006:17:26 ttyl
2010 03 1006:17:31 nightl
2010 03 1020:58:03 hello
2010 03 1020:59:41 heyal
2010 03 1020:59:52 whats new?

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haha
yes. its very healthy
but then, there is farmville...
the masquerade ball
this is gonna be one hell ofadecade
it feels like 2010should be ending soon...
but we just got started
sense deceptions to suck^out of people
lt^apos:s as old as lipstick and the guitar of course,
but mmorpg are evil inawhole new way
1006:06:39 voluntary matrix-style society?
1006:06:46 yes
1006:07:08 hmm
1006:07:25 might be ok in the end
10 06:07:53 mmorpg^apos:s that have long term users are
incentivised to keep them profitable
1006:08:59 butlimaginethey^apos:ll merge into hybrid revenue
modes, where congnitive tasks and freelabor are
done using sense deception incentives
1006:09:48 like the ^quot,video games&quot: from toys?
1006:10:12 haven8^apos:t seen that
10 06:10:34 but it sure isn^apos:tadecade to beagullible idiot:)

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2010-03-10 21:00:22 350Gb of audio intercepts. But you knew already.
2010-03-10 21:00:30 mhmm
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2010-03-10 21:00:57 is that the only thing?
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2010-03-10 21:01:22 lots of smaller scale material
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2010-03-10 21:01:28 >nod<
2010-03-10 21:01:44 e g bbc legal defense against trafigura which was
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2010-03-10 21:02:43 Canadian?
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2010-03-10 21:03:00 some russian and Chinese stuff that 1 C9n't read

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2010-03-10 21:06:37 They're important because their organized free
labor.
2010-03-10 21:06:54 And they may or may not break free of their masters.

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hahaha
heh
and a list of ALL the tea party volunteers
from glen beck's email
jesus fucking Christ
whats the big deal with that? because some people
take that seriously
2010-03-10 2T:04:26 an analysis of the greenhouse gas output of
Australia&apos:s &quot:earth hour" fireworks
2010-03-10 21:04:32 (46 tonnes)
2010-03-10 21:04:57 The teaparty thing? lt's weird, but it should be
taken seriously
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and entertainment and ick
2010-03-10 21:05:33 lt's the right wing overclass (fox) organization
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shirts.
2010-03-10 21:05:39 "stays in reality*
2010-03-10 21:06:23 well, i dont know what posting a list from glenn
beck's email will do... but hey, its transparency

ah
is It like the entire worid is uploading to you?
some hungarian finance things
Scientology in haiti...
lots of german stuff i don&apos:t understand, but we
have people who do
2010-03-10 21:08:58 >nod<
2010-03-10 21:09:08 wow...
2010-03-10 21:09:15 im gonna leave you to work than
2010-03-10 21:09:50 get back up and online... get immi passed... and start
publishing whatever you can... =)
2010-03-10 21:10:08 heh
2010-03-10 21:10:16 aljazeera will also have a new WL doco
2010-03-10 21:10:31 by the same producer who did IMMI piece
2010-03-10 21:11:36 agreement between the royal mail and its union
2010-03-10 21:11:49 oh, this one is nice
2010-03-10 21:11:55 entire romanian police database
2010-03-10 2 l l l 2 : 3 i israeli's OECD application docs
2010-03-10 21:15:45 its like you're the first &quot:lntelligence
Agency" for the general public
2010-03-10 21:16:39 downside is you get so much stuff in a single day that
its hard to prioritize
2010-03-10 21:16:54 yes
2010-03-10 21:17:05 that's just a matter of growth, though
2010-03-10 21:17:39 did you read our bulgarian shadow state doc?
2010-03-10 21:17:45 well, fuck you do everything an Intel agency does...
minus the anonymous sourcing
2010-03-10 21:17:58 not really

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2010 03 1021:18:15 The original WL about reads: " ..will be the first
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2010 03 1021:18:43 might have missed that, but its absolutely true
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2010 03 10 21:19:31 anyway, gotta run . ttyl
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2010 03 1021:19:47 Wikileaks described itself as "the first
intelligence agency of the people Better principled
and less parochial than any governmental intelligence
agency, it is able to be more accurate and relevant it
has no commercial or national interests at heart; its
only interest is the revelation ofthe truth LInlike the
covert activities of state intelligence agencies,
Wikileaks relies upon the power of overt fact to enable
and empower citizens to bring feared and corrupt
governments, and corporations to justice."

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ok.laterl
any more hints about this Im hash?
no luck so far
hi
hoi
whats up?
just about to go out
all systems nominal
good to know
ttyl

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take care
will do... donations coming in good?
not sure
experience in the past is that they don't tend to
in response to stories like this
26l6^3-16^2:37:28 meh
2010 03-1622:37:32 makes people scared to donate
2010 03 16 22:37:34 too bad
2010 03 16 22:37:52 iwouid've
2010-03 16 22:37159 ifisawthat
2010 03 17 22:32:26 what'd your source say it was?
2010 03 17 22:39:49 it was very general
2010 03 1722:40:02 organization-wide
2010 03 1722:40:17 interesting
2010 03 1722:40:35 what was the approach and motivation?
2010 03 1722:41:17 iwonder if this didn't stir up some internal
dissent
2010 03 1722:41:42 must be some people not too happy about cracking
down on whistleblowers and following the Chinese...
2010 03 1722:41:55 indeed
2010 03 1722:42:11 90^ ofthe e^ort is on Chinese exfiltration of
documents
2010 03 1722:42:22 it wasabiog posting
2010 03 1722:43:01 well,that isagenuine problem
2010 03 17 22:43 16 Israeli and russian exfiltration too
2010 03 17 22:44:02 frenchasweil
2010 03 1722:44:06 it warned about not visiting the blogs, because the
document and its contents is still classified
2010 03 1722:44:17 gavealink the to the report through proper channels
2010 03 17 22:44:31 although knowledge tends to be stabalizing
2010 03 17 22:44:34 if you takeabig picture perspective
2010 03 17 22:45:17 it almost pleaded people not to send anonymous
documents, mentioning courage and personal trust...
and told people to go through proper channels ifthey
have an issues
2010 03 17 22:45:24 open skies policy was stabalizing
2010 03 17 22:45:44 so perhaps an open net policy is called for;)
2010 03 17 22:46:23 that's reasonable, though doesn't work in
practice...
2010 03 17 22:46:27 what'd they say about courage?

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2010 03 1722:59:09 via email or any other mechanism
2010 03-1722:59:15 >nod<
2010 03 1722:59:44 will be doing an investigativejournoconfin norway
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2010 03 1722:59:55 its good
2010 03 1723:00:17 ok
2010 03 1723:00:27 off to do some work.
2010 03 1723:00:43 k, but def read the refiectionisent
2010 03 1723:00:53 iwill
2010 03 1723:01:01 now
2010 03 1723:01:03 toodles
2010 03 1723:12:56 heh
2010 03 1723:13:15 Hike it. free advertising to just the right market
2010 03 1723:23:14 >nod<

MessageText
icansendacopy
that it's contagious?;)?
butitsnonrel
yes
subsys is really good these days
please mark non release, found on usb stick
k
outed another spy this afternoon
??
local
gotchya
police, watching one of my hotels
insider also confirmed
we have access to the fieet tracking system;)
just got hold of 800 pages of interrogations docs and
another 40gb of.is privatization^banking stuff
1722:50:51 this country is going to melt...
17 22:50:55 saw the film today
17 22:51:04 it's looking great
17 22:51:31 what film?
17 22:51:50 projectb
17 22:51:58 the massacre
17 22:52:01 gotchya
1722:52:32 uploaded file
1722:53:01 marked as requested
1722:53:11 thanks
1722:53:18 n^p
1722:53:20 you're great
17 22:54:03 is there some w a y i c a n g e t a c r y p t o p h o n e to you?
17 22:54:14 not at this time
17 22:54:40 actually...
17 22:54:47 probably best ifyou just order one?
17 22:54:57 or rather some friend
1722:55:14 bit pricy though
1722:55:26 hmm
1722:55:29 actually never mind
1722:55:38 yes,idont have access at present
1722:56:35 these things are good for urgent contact, but
it's safer to avoid due to location tracking
possibilities
1722:56:47 iknow that very well
1722:56:56 although there isasatphone module
1722:57:21 forget the idea for now
1722:57:45 yes. you just contact us
17 22:57:52 but don'tdisappearwithout saying why for an
extended period or l'll get worried;)
17 22:58:03 iwont
1722:58:16 you'll know if something's wrong
17 22:58:39 ok
1722:58 57 you can just tell me "ail the ships came in"

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2010 03 1723:23:30 the tone is what interests me the most
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2010 03 1723:23:45 yes
2010 03 1723:23:47 itsnotreallyathreat,itsaplead
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2010 03 17 23:23:55 slight desperation
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2010 03 17 23:24:00 yes
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2010 03 1723:24:68 interesting approach
2010 03 1723:24121 IOW,noone knows what to do
Nobody
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2010 03 1723:24:40 threats work better with mosL but perhaps they see
that our sources are resistant to them anyway ..
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2010 03 17 23:24:54 so pleading is the only thing left
2010 03 17 23:25:34 im sure it was brought on by discussions that showed
Nobody
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2010 03 1723:27:28 yes
NathanielFrank
2010 03 1723:27:46 ithink your intuition is correct
2010 03 1723:28:32 "if we C9n't scare them, lets ask
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nicely"
Nobody
2010 03 1723:33:39 the hackers that these governments hire, the good
ones. .they're the cats that can only be herded
by food , but when the cat food runs out, or they get
treated rough . they'd be the first to dissent

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2010 03 17 23:34:21 food meaning money, ofcourse... and treatment
being,well,treatment
2010 03 1723:34:42 weird analogy,iknow..lol
2010 03 1723:38:21 yes
2010 03 17 23:38:34 that's possible
2010 03 17 23:39:09 and there are social vales that arise out of the internet
that have evolved beyond those inside the isolated
militarycontractor complex
2010 03 18 00:04:31 its likeaclassroom run by an overbearing teacher...
whenakid strikes back anonymously by sabotaging
the desk...the other kids getalittle excited and
rowdy, because they wanted too, but were afraid of
getting caught , the teacher is embarassed and cant
control the kids, so the teacher just makes an
announcement that the students should continue
working quiety after they haveaiook at the mess on
the desk that the teacher is cleaning up
2010 03 1800:05:11 ithink thatsabetter analogy^
2010 03 1800:37:17 ^div^^a
href^http:^^freedomincluded.com^index^^^^span
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in freedom) hardware vendor^^
2010 03 1808:39:52 wtf is wrong withLTC Packnett xO
2010 03 18 08:40:59 you don't confirm, or even come off as possibly
confirming shit...
2010 03 1808:41:22 lol,slipped up in your f9vor,iguess
2010 03 1808:41:31 eh?
2010 03 1808:42:06 NYTarticlehasLTC Packnett allegedly confirming the
authenticity ofthe 2008 report posted on 15th
2010 03^8 08:42:17 yes
2010 03 18 08:42:19 hilarious
2010 03 18 08:42:57 idont think he's going to continue to be the Ml
spokesperson
2010 03 1808:43:04 they do break these rules though when being
hammered
2010^63^68143:15 imsure
2010 03 18 08:43:41 refusing to confirm does make them look shadowy
and untrustworthy
2010 03 1808:43:45 ijust didnt realize how little it takes for them to cave...

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2010 03 1808:44:12 yeah , but remember , rules are just for the grunts :P

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2010 03 1808:44:32 like no spying on citizens at the nsa
2010^3-1808B44:43 which is common
2010 03 1808:45:57 "ohfi^ck,this might beaLIS citizen...
shouldn't we get this checked by the
FBi...""Fuck that, FOi is slow as fuck,
we'll just keep listening in, capture him, and
then turn him over"
2010 03 18 08:48:27 ipreferjen. also, too masculine looking
2610 03 1808:48:57 heh
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E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW G523^ 5800 v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase f i n i s h e d , Thu Apr 1 19:28:14 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase s t a r t e d , Thu Apr 1 23:08:53 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW G523^ 5800 v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase f i n i s h e d , Thu Apr 1 23:17:40 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase s t a r t e d . Wed Apr 7 09:33:11 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW G523^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase f i n i s h e d . Wed Apr 7 09:33:50 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase s t a r t e d , Thu Apr 8 14:18:26 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW G523^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase f i n i s h e d , Thu Apr 8 14:19:03 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase s t a r t e d . Sat Apr 10 12:18:29 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Disk U t i l i t y
E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Erase f i n i s h e d . Sat Apr 10 12:19:06 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase s t a r t e d . Sun Apr 11 09:16:47 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW 05231^ 5800 v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase f i n i s h e d . Sun Apr 11 09:17:28 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase s t a r t e d , Mon Apr 12 17:04:16 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ 5800 v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y
Erase f i n i s h e d , Mon Apr 12 17:04:52 2010
Disk U t i l i t y
Finder: Burn s t a r t e d , Mon Apr 12 17:18:31 2010
Finder: Burn ^g t o DVDtRW (I^FODISC AlO) media w i t h DAO s t r a t e g y i n HL-DT-ST
DVDRW GS23^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Finder: Requested burn speed was 4x, a c t u a l burn speed i s 4x.
Finder: Burn f i n i s h e d , Mon Apr 12 17:22:45 2010
Finder: V e r i f y s t a r t e d , Mon Apr 12 17:22:45 2010
Finder: V e r i f y f i n i s h e d , Mon Apr 12 17:25:49 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase s t a r t e d , E r i Apr 16 22:33:44 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : E r a s i n g DVDtRW (ll^FODISC AlO) media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ 580^
v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase f i n i s h e d , F r i Apr 16 22:50:48 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase s t a r t e d , Thu Apr 22 22:44:15 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW G523^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase f i n i s h e d , Thu Apr 22 22:52:59 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase s t a r t e d , F r i Apr 23 23:59:23 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW G223^ 5800 v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase f i n i s h e d . Sat Apr 24 00:20:51 2010
F i n d e r : Burn s t a r t e d . Sat Apr 24 00:26:33 2010
F i n d e r : Burning t o CD-RW media w i t h SAO s t r a t e g y i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ SBOO
v i a ATAPI.
Finder: Requested burn speed was max, a c t u a l burn speed i s 4x.
Einder: Burn underrun p r o t e c t i o n i s supported, and enabled.
Einder: Burn f i n i s h e d . Sat Apr 24 00:36:22 2010
F i n d e r : V e r i f y s t a r t e d . Sat Apr 24 00:36:22 2010
F i n d e r : DVDRW GS23^: SCSITask 948235.875000 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k 92672, count:

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status
^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: Retry ^ 1
Finder: DVDRW GS23^: SCSITask 948265.562500 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 92672, count:
512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVER^^OR^TARGET^FAILURE), s t a t u s
^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
F i n d e r : Retry ^ 1
Finder: DVDRW GS23^: SCSITask 948280.562500 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 92672, count:
512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVER^^OR^TARGET^FAILURE), s t a t u s
^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: Retry ^2
Finder: DVDRW GS23^: SCSITask 948295.562500 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 92672, count:
512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVER^^OR^TARGET^FAILURE), s t a t u s
- 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: Retry ^3
Finder: DVDRW GS23I^: SCSITask 948310.625000 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 92672, count:
512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVER^^OR^TARGET^FAILURE), s t a t u s
^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: G i v i n g up
Finder: V e r i f y f a i l e d . Sat Apr 24 00:39:46 2010
Finder: V e r i f y e r r o r : 0x80020063 V e r i f y i n g t h e burned data f a i l e d .
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase s t a r t e d , Mon Apr 26 00:08:05 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : Erasing CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW 05231^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase f i n i s h e d , Mon Apr 26 00:29:21 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase s t a r t e d , Tue Apr 27 23:53:21 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase f i n i s h e d . Wed Apr 28 00:02:03 2010
Finder: Burn s t a r t e d . Wed Apr 28 00:03:37 2010
Finder: Burning t o CD-RW media w i t h SAO s t r a t e g y i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ SBOO
v i a ATAPI.
Finder: Requested burn speed was 4x, a c t u a l burn speed i s 4x.
Finder: Burn underrun p r o t e c t i o n i s supported, and enabled.
Finder: Burn f i n i s h e d . Wed Apr 28 00:13:29 2010
Finder: V e r i f y s t a r t e d . Wed Apr 28 00:13:29 2010
Finder: DVDRW GS23I^: SCSITask 1292453.250000 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 98816,
count: 512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVERY^OR^TARGET^FAILURE),
status ^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: Retry ^ 1
Finder: DVDRW GS23^: SCSITask 1292468.375000 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 98816,
count: 512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVER^ OR TARGET^FAILURE),
status ^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: Retry ^2
Finder: DVDRW GS23^: SCSITask 1292483.250000 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 98816,
count: 512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVERY^OR^TARGET^FAILURE),
status - 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: Retry ^3
Finder: DVDRW G523^: SCSITask 1292498.375000 CDB: Read ( 1 0 ) , b l o c k : 98816,
count: 512 f a i l e d w i t h s e r v i c e response ^ 1 (SERVICE^DELIVER^^OR^TARGET^FAILURE),
status ^ 5 (DeliveryFailure)
Finder: G i v i n g up
Finder: V e r i f y f a i l e d . Wed Apr 28 00:16:14 2010
Finder: V e r i f y e r r o r : 0x80020063 V e r i f y i n g t h e burned data f a i l e d .
Finder: Burn s t a r t e d , F r i Apr 30 18:28:24 2010

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Finder: Burning t o CD
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v i a ATAPI.
Finder: Requested burn speed was lOx, a c t u a l burn speed i s lOx.
Finder: Burn underrun p r o t e c t i o n i s supported, and enabled.
Finder: Burn f i n i s h e d , F r i Apr 30 18:29:03 2010
Finder: V e r i f y s t a r t e d , F r i Apr 30 18:29:03 2010
F i n d e r : V e r i f y f i n i s h e d , F r i Apr 30 18:29:07 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase s t a r t e d . Wed May 5 05:23:11 2010
Disk U t i l i t y : E r a s i n g CD-RW media i n HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23^ SBOO v i a ATAPI.
Disk U t i l i t y : Erase f i n i s h e d . Wed May 5 05:31:59 2010

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started.

2010-01-29 15:07:22 -0500:
Name : Macintosh HD
Type : Volume
disk0s2
Disk I d e n t i f i e r
/
Mount P o i n t :
Mac OS X
System Name :
10. 6
System V e r s i o n :
System B u i l d : 10A432
Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
F i l e System :
SATA
Connection Bus :
lODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/5ATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0
Device Tree :
W r i t a b l e : Yes
U n i v e r s a l Unique I d e n t i f i e r :
F8C8E85A-158E-33E8-9D38-87394DAA8D32
CapacitLy : 215.69 GB (215, 687, 888, 896 Bytes)
Free Space :
164.4 GB (164,395,950,080 Bytes)
Used : 51.29 GB (51,291,938,816 Bytes)
Number o f F i l e s :
410,777
Number o f Folders :
115,717
Yes
Owners Enabled :
Can Turn Owners O f f : Yes
Can Repair Permissions :
Yes
Can Be V e r i f i e d :
Yes
Can Be Repaired :
Yes
Can Be Formatted : Yes
Bootable : Yes
Supports J o u r n a l i n g
Yes
Journaled :
Yes
Disk Number : 0
P a r t i t i o n Number :

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Disk U t i l i t y

started.

Burning Image " I f s l i v e c d - x 8 6 64-6.3-r2014-nosrc.iso"
Image name: " I f s l i v e c d - x 8 6 64-6.3-r2014-nosrc.iso"
Burn d i s c i n : "HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23N"
Erase d i s c b e f o r e b u r n i n g : No
Leave d i s c appendable: No
V e r i f y burned data a f t e r b u r n i n g : Yes
Eject disc a f t e r burning
Preparing data f o r burn
Opening s e s s i o n
Opening t r a c k
Writing track
Closing track
Closing session
F i n i s h i n g burn
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PROSECUTION EXHIBIT Jl5_for identificatioh
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2010-01-30 23:26:28
2010-01-30 23:26:28
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successfully.
2010-01-30 23:30:25
succeeded
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V e r i f y i n g burn...
Verifying
Burn completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Image " I f s l i v e c d - x 8 6 _ 6 4 - 6 . 3 - r 2 0 1 4 - n o s r c . i s o "

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-0500: E j e c t o f " I f s l i v e c d - x 8 6 64-6.3-r2014-nosrc.iso'
-0500: Unmount o f "OTHER" succeeded

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2010-01-30 23:33:13 -0500: Disk U t i l i t y

started.

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started.

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started.

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hours, 48 minutes.
2010-01 -31 04:27:45 -0500;
2010-01 -31 04:27:45 -0500;

Preparing
35 Pass
Creating
Securely
Mounting

t o Secure Erase Free Space
Erase Free Space
temporary f i l e
erasing f i l e
disk

'Macintosh HD'

Secure Erase Free Space stopped a f t e r 43 seconds.
Erase complete.
P r e p a r i n g t o Secure Erase Free Space : "Macintosh HD'
7 Pass Erase Free Space
C r e a t i n g temporary f i l e
Securely e r a s i n g f i l e
C r e a t i n g temporary f i l e
Securely e r a s i n g f i l e
Mounting d i s k
Secure Erase Free Space completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 3
Erase complete.

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Burning Image " I f s l i v e c d - x 8 6 - 6 . 3 - r 2 1 4 5 - n o s r c . i s o "
Image name: " I f s l i v e c d - x 8 6 - 6 . 3 - r 2 1 4 5 - n o s r c . i s o "
Burn d i s c i n : "HL-DT-ST DVDRW G223N"
Erase d i s c b e f o r e b u r n i n g : No
Leave d i s c appendable: No
V e r i f y burned data a f t e r b u r n i n g : Yes
Eject disc a f t e r burning
Preparing data f o r burn
Opening session
Opening t r a c k
Writing track
Closing t r a c k

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C l o s i n g session
F i n i s h i n g burn
V e r i f y i n g burn...
Verifying
Burn completed s u c c e s s f u l l y

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2010-02-01 13 : 16:57 -0500

Disk U t i l i t y

started.

2010-02-01 13 : 17 :10 -0500 Burning Image "systemrescuecd-x86-l.3.5.iso"
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Image name: "systemrescuecd-x86-1.3.5.iso"
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Burn d i s c i n : "HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23N"
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Erase d i s c b e f o r e b u r n i n g : No
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Leave d i s c appendable: No
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
V e r i f y burned data a f t e r b u r n i n g : Yes
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
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P r e p a r i n g data f o r burn
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Opening s e s s i o n
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Opening t r a c k
2010-02-01 13 : 17 :13 -0500
Writing track
2010-02-01 13 : 19:50 -0500
Closing track
2010-02-01 13 : 19:50 -0500
Closing session
2010-02-01 13 : 19:57 -0500
F i n i s h i n g burn
2010-02-01 13 : 19:57 -0500
V e r i f y i n g burn...
2010-02-01 13 : 19:57 -0500
Verifying
2010-02-01 13 :22: 08 -0500
Burn completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
2010-02-01 13 :22: 10 -0500
A d d i t i o n a l i n f o r m a t i o n can be found i n t h e
- / L i b r a r y / L o g s/DiscRecording.log l o g f i l e .
2010-02-01 13 :22: 10 -0500 Image "systemrescuecd-x86-l.3.5.iso" burned
successfully.
2010-02-01 13 :22: 10 -0500
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2010-02-11 06 : 59:04 -1-0300

Disk U t i l i t y

started.

2010-02-11 06 : 59:18 -k0300 V e r i f y p e r m i s s i o n s f o r "Macintosh HD"
2010-02-11 07 :02: 31 -t-0300 User d i f f e r s on " p r i v a t e / e t c / b a s h r c " , should be
user i s 501.
2010-02-11 07 :02: 31 -t-0300 Group d i f f e r s on " p r i v a t e / e t c / b a s h r c " , should be
group i s 20.
2010-02-11 07 :02: 36 -t-0300 Permissions d i f f e r on "usr/share/derby", should
d r w x r - x r - x , they are I r w x r - x r - x .
2010-02-11 07 :02: 56 -t-0300 Warning: SUID f i l e
'System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/MacOS/ARDAgent'
has been m o d i f i e d and w i l l not be r e p a i r e d .
2010-02-11 07:03:44 +0300 Permissions d i f f e r on "bin/rm", should be - r - x r - x r - x
they are I r w x r - x r - x .
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2010-02-11 07:03:48 -1-0300 Permissions v e r i f i c a t i o n complete
2010-02-11 07:03:48 +0300
2010-02-11 07:03:48 +0300
2010-02-11 07:03:52 +0300; R e p a i r i n g p e r m i s s i o n s f o r "Macintosh HD"
2010-02-11 07:06:45 +0300: User d i f f e r s on " p r i v a t e / e t c / b a s h r c " , should be 0,
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2010-02-11 07:06:45 +OJUO: Group d i f f e r s on " p r i v a t e / e t c / b a s h r c " , should be 0,
group i s 20.
2010-02-11 07:06:45 +0300: Repaired " p r i v a t e / e t c / b a s h r c " .
2010-02-11 07:06:50 +0300: Permissions d i f f e r on "usr/share/derby", should be
d r w x r - x r - x , they are I r w x r - x r - x .
2010-02-11 07:06:50 +0300: Repaired "usr/share/derby".
2010-02-11 07:07:13 +0300: Warning: SUID f i l e
"System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Mac05/ARDAgent'
has been m o d i f i e d and w i l l not be r e p a i r e d .
2010- 02- 11 07 08 06 + 0300 Permissions d i f f e r on "bin/rm", should be - r - x r - x r - x
they are I r w x r - x r - x
2010- 02- 11 07 08 06 + 0300 Repaired "bin/rm".
2010- 02- 11 07 08 10 + 0300
2010- 02- 11 07 08 10 + 0300 Permissions r e p a i r complete
2010- 02- 11 07 08 10 + 0300
2010- 02- 11 07 08 10 + 0300
201020102010201020102010-

020202020202-

2010- 022010- 022010- 022010- 02device)
2010- 022010- 022010- 022010- 022010- 022010- 022010- 02-

11
11
11
11
11
11
0
11
11
11
11

07
07
07
07
07
07
4%
07
07
07
07

08 44 + 0300
08 44 + 0300
08 44 + 0300
08 48 + 0300
10 54 + 0300
10 54 + 0300
complete.
10 55 + 0300
10 55 + 0300
11 45 + 0300
11 53 + 0300

11
11
11
11
11
11
11

07
07
07
07
07
07
07

11
12
12
12
12
12
12

53
13
13
13
13
13
13

+
+
+
+
+
+
+

0300
0300
0300
0300
0300
0300
0300

P r e p a r i n g t o Secure Erase Free Space : "Macintosh HD"
7 Pass Erase Free Space
C r e a t i n g temporary f i l e
Securely e r a s i n g f i l e
Mounting d i s k
Secure Erase Free Space stopped a f t e r 2 minutes.
Erase complete.
C r e a t i n g Image "Strongbox.dmg"
Unable t o c r e a t e "Strongbox.dmg." ^No space l e f t on

P r e p a r i n g t o erase : "OTHER"
P a r t i t i o n Scheme: GUID P a r t i t i o n Table
1 volume w i l l be erased
Name
: "OTHER"
Si^e
: 34.03 GB
Filesystem
: MS-DOS (FAT)

2010- 02- 11 07 12 13 + 0300 Unmounting d i s k
2010- 02- 11 07 12 13 + 0300 E r a s i n g
2010- 02- 11 07 12 13 + 0300 512 bytes per p h y s i c a l s e c t o r
/ d e v / r d i s k 0 s 3 : 66425120 s e c t o r s i n 2075785 FAT32 c l u s t e r s (16384 b y t e s / c l u s t e r )
bps=512 spc=32 res=32 n f t = 2 mid=OxfO spt=32 hds=255 hid=0 bsec=66457600
bspf=16218 r d c l = 2 i n f s = l bkbs=6
20102010201020102010201020102010-

0202020202020202-

11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

07
07
07
07
07
07
07
07

12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14

13
14
14
23
24
24
17
19

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

0300
0300
0300
0300
0300
0300
0300
0300

Mounting d i s k
Erase complete
C r e a t i n g Image 'strongbox.dmg'
I n i t i a l ! zing...
Creating...
Formatting...
Attaching.,.

>.-vS

194
195
196
197
198
199

2010- 02- 11 07 :14 .31 +
0
2010- 02- 11 07 :14 31 + 0jU0

200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211

09
09
09
09
09
09
09
09

212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244

Finishing...
Image "strongbox.dmg" c r e a t e d

17728

successfully.

*-kk^k-kk^-kkkk

2010- 02- 11 09 41 55 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

2010- 02- 11
1 GB.
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
k k k k k k k k **
2010- 02- 11

09 42 59 + 0300

Growing p a r t i t i o n 0 o f "strongbox.dmg" from

13
20
20
50
51
51
51
00

Resizing "strongbox.dmg" was s u c c e s s f u l .
A t t a c h Image "strongbox.dmg"
Initializing...
Attaching...
Mounting...
Finishing...
Finishing...
Image "strongbox.dmg" a t t a c h e d s u c c e s s f u l l y

09 45 18 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

2010- 02- 11
6 GB.
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
k * k k k
*** **
2010- 02- 11

09 45 52 + 0300

Growing p a r t i t i o n 0 o f "strongbox.dmg" from

17
27
27
41
42
42
42
49

Resizing "strongbox.dmg" was s u c c e s s f u l .
A t t a c h Image "strongbox.dmg"
Initializing...
Attaching...
Mounting...
Finishing...
Finishing...
Image "strongbox.dmg" a t t a c h e d s u c c e s s f u l l y

09 53 09 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11

09
09
09
10
10
10
10
10

C r e a t i n g Image "20100211-strongbox . cimg"
Initializing...
Creating...
Formatting...
Attaching...
Finishing...
Image "20100211-strongbox.dmg" c r e a t e d succ
E j e c t o f "strongbox.dmg" succeeded

09
09
09
09
09
09
09
09

43
43
43
43
43
43
43
44

48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48

54
54
54
00
00
00
00
08

55
55
55
39
43
44
45
14

+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300

+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300

+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300

started.

started.

started.

•k -k kr -k k k k k k k

2010- 02- 11 10 17 58 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

started.

2010- 02- 11 10 22 14 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

started.

2010- 02- 11 10 24 42 + 0300

Unmount o f "OTHER" f a i l e d

•k k- k k k • * * * •

kkkkk-k-k-k-k-k

2010- 02- 11 11 11 42 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11
2010- 02- 11

Unmount o f "OTHER" succeeded
Preparing t o erase : "Other"
P a r t i t i o n Scheme: GUID P a r t i t i o n
1 volume w i l l be erased

11
11
11
11

12
12
12
12

01
45
45
45

+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300

-5-

started.

Table

245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296

2010-02-11 11:12:45 +
1
2010-02-11 11:12:45 +OJUO
2010-02-11 11:12:45 +0300

Name
Size
Filesystem

"Other"
34.03 GB
Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

17729

2010-02-11 11:12:45 +0300
2010-02-11 11:12:47 +0300
2010-02-11 11:12:48 +0300
w i t h a 8192k j o u r n a l

Unmounting d i s k
Erasing
I n i t i a l i z e d /dev/rdisk0s3 as a 32 GB HFS Plus volume

2010-02-11
2010-02-11
2010-02-11
2010-02-11
Name :
Type :

Mounting d i s k
Erase complete.

11:12:48
11:12:49
11:12:49
11:13:33
Other
Volume

+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

Disk I d e n t i f i e r :
disk0s3
Mount P o i n t : /Volumes/Other
F i l e System :
Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
SATA
Connection Bus :
Device Tree :
lODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@8/PRT0@0/PMP@0
W r i t a b l e : Yes
U n i v e r s a l Unique I d e n t i f i e r :
CC1D74EC-E782-3E3A-8C17-9849E8A98D6C
Capacity : 33.89 GB (33,892,241,408 Bytes)
Free Space :
33.78 GB (33,776,410,624 Bytes)
Used : 115.8 MB (115,830,784 Bytes)
Number o f F i l e s :
40
Number o f F o l d e r s :
Owners Enabled :
No
Can Turn Owners O f f
Yes
Can Be Formatted : Yes
Bootable : Yes
Supports J o u r n a l i n g
Yes
Journaled :
Yes
Disk Number : 0
P a r t i t i o n Number :

**********
2010-02-12 10:15:48 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y

started.

**********
2010-02-12 12:26:23 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y

started.

2010-02-12 12:26:42 +0300: Unmount o f "Other" f a i l e d
2010-02-12 13:45:54 +0300: Unmount of "Other" succeeded
**********
2010-02-12 16:24:15 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010-02-12
2010-02-12
2010-02-12
2010-02-12

16:24:55
16:24:55
16:24:55
16:24:55

+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

started.

P r e p a r i n g t o erase : "Images"
P a r t i t i o n Scheme: GUID P a r t i t i o n
1 volume w i l l be erased
Name
: "Images"

Table

297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344

2010-02-12 16:24:55 +
D:
2010-02-12 16:24:55 +0oU0:

Size
Filesystem

: 14.87 GE
: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

17730

2010-02-12 16:24:56 +0300
2010-02-12 16:24:57 +0300
2010-02-12 16:24:57 +0300
w i t h a 8192k j o u r n a l

Unmounting d i s k
Erasing
I n i t i a l i z e d / d e v / r d i s k 0 s 3 as a 14 GB HFS Plus volume

2010 -02- 12 16 24 57 + 0300
2010 -02- 12 16 24 57 + 0300
2010 -02- 12 16 24 57 + 0300

Mounting d i s k
Erase complete.

k k k * k r k * k - k k

2010 -02- 14 15 30 19 + 0300

Disk U t i l i t y

2010 -02- 14
2010 -02- 14
2010 -02- 14
2010 -02- 14
**** k kr kr -k -k k
2010 -02- 15

C r e a t i n g Image "video.dmg"
P r e p a r i n g imaging engine...
Reading whole d i s k (Apple HFS : 0),
O p e r a t i o n canceled by user

15
15
15
15

31
31
31
32

07
13
13
02

+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300

04 34 01 + 0300

2010 -02- 15 04 34 16
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-02-15 04:34:16
2010-02-15 04:34:51
2010-02-15 04:34:51
2010-02-15 04:34:51

Disk U t i l i t y

started.

started.

+ 0300

P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media

+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase option:' Quick Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Erase complete.

i n 18 seconds.

2010-02-15 13:11:19 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-02-15 13:12:02
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-02-15 13:12:02
2010-02-15 13:20:50
2010-02-15 13:20:50
2010-02-15 13:20:50

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300: O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
+0300:

**********
2010-02-21 02:34:57 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010-02-21 03:13:13
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-02-21 03:13:13
2010-02-21 03:22:02
2010-02-21 03:22:02
2010-02-21 03:22:02
**********

started.

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes.
Erase complete.

2010-02-23 17:13:07 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-02-23 17:14:20
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-02-23 17:14:20
2010-02-23 17:14:51
2010-02-23 17:14:51

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Quick Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Erase complete.
-7-

HL-DT-ST

i n 18 seconds

345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
37 7
378
37 9
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393

17731

2010-02-23 17:14:51 +
kk-kkkk-k-k-k-k

2010-02-27 12:20:18 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
k k k r k k k k - k - k - k

2010-02-27 13:19:12 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-02-27 13:19:49
DVDRW G52 3N"
2010-02-27 13:19:49
2010-02-27 13:41:16
2010-02-27 13:41:16
2010-02-27 13:41:16
**********

+0300

P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e

+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
Erase complete.

'HL-DT-ST

2010-03-02 17:26:23 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-03-02 17
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 17
2010-03-02 18
2010-03-02 18
successfully.
**********

26:45 +0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
26
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
56
56
56
56
56
00
24

45
05
05
05
51
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
19
19
50
50
50
54
32

+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300
+ 0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
Erase complete.
Burning Image "systemrescuecd-x86-1.3.5.iso"
Image name: "systemrescuecd-x86-l.3.5.iso"
Burn d i s c i n : "HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23N"
Erase d i s c b e f o r e b u r n i n g : No
Leave d i s c appendable: No
V e r i f y burned data a f t e r b u r n i n g : Yes
Eject disc a f t e r burning
P r e p a r i n g data f o r burn
Opening s e s s i o n
Opening t r a c k
Writing track
Closing track
Closing session
F i n i s h i n g burn
V e r i f y i n g burn...
Veri tying
Burn completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Image "systemrescuecd-x86-1.3.5.iso"

2010-03-05 00:33:41 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010-03-05 00:34:11
DVDRW G523N"
2010-03-05 00:34:11
2010-03-05 00:42:59
2010-03-05 00:42:59
2010-03-05 00:42:59

burned

started.

+0300

P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e

+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n
Erase complete.

*********^
2010-03-09 15:57:47 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
-8-

'HL-DT-ST

minutes,

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442

17732

2010-03-09 15:57:58
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 15:58:01
2010-03-09 16:05:01
2010-03-09 16:05:16
2010-03-09 16:05:44
2010-03-09 16:05:44
2010-03-09 16:05:44
2010-03-09 16:09:37
2010-03-09 16:10:51
successfully.

+OjUO
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

Burning Image "systemrescueca-x86-1.3.5.iso"
Image name: "systemrescuecd-x86-l.3.5.iso'
Burn d i s c i n : "HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS23N"
Erase d i s c b e f o r e b u r n i n g : No
Leave d i s c appendable: No
V e r i f y burned data a f t e r b u r n i n g : Yes
Eject disc a f t e r burning
P r e p a r i n g data f o r burn
Opening s e s s i o n
Opening t r a c k
Writing track
Closing track
Closing session
F i n i s h i n g burn
V e r i f y i n g burn...
Verifying
Burn completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Image "systemrescuecd-x86-l.3.5.iso" burned

k - k k r k - k k r k k k k

2010-03-11 10:33:10 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
• k - k k k k k k k k - k

2010-03-14 08:23:02 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-03-14 08:25:54
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-03-14 08 25:54
2010-03-14 08 47:15
2010-03-14 08 47:15
2010-03-14 08 47:15

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on device : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
Erase complete.

- j l r * - ^ * * * * * - * - *

2010-03-14 12:19:12 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-03-14 12:19:23
DVDRW G523N"
2010-03-14 12:19:23
2010-03-14 12:29:28
2010-03-14 12:29:28
2010-03-14 12:29:28

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on device

HL-DT-ST

+0300: O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 9 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
+0300:

k k k k k k k k k k

2010-03-22 17:00:57 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-03-22 17:01:10
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-03-22 17:01:10
2010-03-22 17:22:37
2010-03-22 17:22:37
2010-03-22 17:22:37

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on device : "HL-DT-ST
+0300: O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
+0300:

k k k - k k k ' - k k r k k

2010-03-24 15:32:05 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
-9-

443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
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'HL-DT-ST

See t h e DiscRecording l o g
informat ion
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+0300: O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
+0300:

• k - k k r - k k k k k k k

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DVDRW GS23N "
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DVDRW G223N"
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+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
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+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
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+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes.
+0300: Erase complete.
+0300:

-k-k-kkk-kk-kkk

2010- 04 -01 19 27 29 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010- 04 -01 19
DVDRW G223N "
2010- 04 -01 19
2010- 04 -01 19
2010- 04 -01 19
2010- 04 -01 19

started.

27 39 +0300:
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'HL-DT-ST

+0300: O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Quick Erase.
+0300: O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
+0300: Erase complete.
+0300:
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2010-04-01 23:04:29
2010-04-01 23:08:53
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-04-01 23:08:53
2010-04-01 23:17:40
2010-04-01 23:17:40
2010-04-01 23:17:40

17734
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Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes.
Erase complete.

k k k k k k k k k - k

2010-04-07 09:32:49 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010-04-07 09:33:11
DVDRW GS2 3N"
2010-04-07 09:33:11
2010-04-07 09:33:50
2010-04-07 09:33:50
2010-04-07 09:33:50

started.

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Quick Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Erase complete.

i n 18 seconds.

*********
2010-04-08 14:18:05 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-04-08 14:18:26
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-04-08 14:18:26
2010-04-08 14:19:03
2010-04-08 14:19:03
2010-04-08 14:19:03

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Quick Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Erase complete.

**********
2010-04-09 14:32:52 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y

i n 18 seconds.

started.

**********
2010-04-10 12:18:12 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-04-10 12:18:29
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-04-10 12:18:29
2010-04-10 12:19:06
2010-04-10 12:19:06
2010-04-10 12:19:06

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on device : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Quick Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Erase complete.

i n 18 seconds.

**********
2010-04-11 09:16:33 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-04-11 09:16:47
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-04-11 09:16:47
2010-04-11 09:17:28
2010-04-11 09:17:28
2010-04-11 09:17:28

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Quick Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y
Erase complete.

'HL-DT-ST

i n 18 seconds.

2010-04-12 17:02:56 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-04-12 17:04:16 +0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
DVDRW GS23N"
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22 33 27 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .

2010- 04 -16 22 33 44
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2010-04-16 22:33:44
2010-04-16 22:50:48
2010-04-16 22:50:48
2010-04-16 22:50:48
**********

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 16 minutes.
Erase complete.

2010-04-22 22:43:54 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010-04-22 22:44:15
DVDRW G523N"
2010-04-22 22:44:15
2010-04-22 22:52:59
2010-04-22 22:52:59
2010-04-22 22:52:59

started.

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes,
Erase complete.

• k k k - k - k k * * * *

2010-04-23 23:56:10 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y
2010-04-23 23:59:23
DVDRW G523N"
2010-04-23 23:59:23
2010-04-24 00:20:51
2010-04-24 00:20:51
2010-04-24 00:20:51
**********

started.

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
Erase complete.

2010-04-26 00:07:49 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-04-26 00:08:05
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-04-26 00:08:05
2010-04-26 00:29:21
2010-04-26 00:29:21
2010-04-26 00:29:21
**********

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on d e v i c e : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
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O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 20 minutes.
Erase complete.

2010-04-27 23:52:37 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
2010-04-27 23:53:21
DVDRW GS23N"
2010-04-27 23:53:21
2010-04-28 00:02:03
2010-04-28 00:02:03
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**********

+0300: P r e p a r i n g t o erase o p t i c a l media on device : "HL-DT-ST
+0300
+0300
+0300
+0300

O p t i c a l erase o p t i o n : Complete Erase.
O p t i c a l erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 8 minutes.
Erase complete.

2010-05-05 05:22:55 +0300: Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d .
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f o l d e r (each) w h i l e r u n n i n g as u i d 0
Jan 25 06:17:55 l o c a l h o s t LCA[79]: Using keyboard l a y o u t 0
Jan 25 06:17:56 l o c a l h o s t LCA[79]: Found p r i m a r y language h i n t "en"
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t LCA[79]: Launching t h e I n s t a l l e r u s i n g language code
"English"
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Mac 05 X I n s t a l l e r a p p l i c a t i o n s t a r t e d
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] 1 d i s p l a y ( s ) found.
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] D i s p l a y [ 1 ] i s u s i n g OpenGL
acceleration.
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] @(#)PROGRAM:Install
PROJECT:Install-572
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] @(#)PROGRAM:Mac OS X I n s t a l l e r
PROJECT:05Installer-255
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Hardware: MacBookPro5,5 @ 2.53 GHz (x
2 ) , 4096 MB RAM
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Running OS B u i l d : Mac OS X 10.6
(10A432)
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Env: DYLD_N0_FIX_PREBINDING=1
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Env: PATH=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Env: PWD=/
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Env: SHLVL=1
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Env: OS INSTALL=1
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Env:
_=/System/Instaliation/GDI5/LCA.app/Contents/MacOS/LCA
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] : Using i n s t a l l media product a t
/System/Installation/Packages
Jan 25 06:18:04 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] : Opening O S I n s t a l l package
'/System/Installation/Packages/OSInstall.mpkg'.
Jan 25 06:18:08 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] : Memory s t a t i s t i c s f o r ' I n s t a l l Mac OS
X' pane:
Jan 25 06:18:08 l o c a l h o s t O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] : P h y s i c a l Memory A l l o c a t i o n :
509 MB
wired,
259 MB t r a p p e d ,
70 MB a c t i v e ,
39 MB i n a c t i v e ,
3219 MB f r e e ,
3328
MB usable, 4096 MB t o t a l
Jan 25 06:18:26 l o c a l host Unknown[80] : 2010-01-25 06:18:26.045 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] **********
Jan 25 06:18:26 l o c a l h o s t Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 06:18:26.107 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] Disk U t i l i t y s t a r t e d
Jan 25 06:18:26 l o c a l h o s t Unknown[80]
Jan 25 06:18:55 l o c a l h o s t Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 06:18:55.326 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] E j e c t o f "Seagate FreeAgent Media" succeeded
Jan 25 06:20:26 l o c a l h o s t Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 06:20:26.774 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] P r e p a r i n g t o zero d i s k : "Macintosh HD"
Jan 25 06:20:26 l o c a l h o s t Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 06:20:26.775 Disk
Utility[164:903]
Passes
:0
Jan 25 06:37:39 greybox c o n f i g d [ 6 5 ] : subnet r o u t e _ i f _ i n d e x : can't g e t i n t e r f a c e
name
Jan 25 06:37:50 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] A l l o w i n g machine s l e e p .
Jan 25 06:37:54 greybox 0 S I n s t a l l e r l l 5 4 ] Memory s t a t i s t i c s f o r ' I n s t a l l Mac OS
X' pane:
Jan 25 06:37:54 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Physical Memory Allocation:
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U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] Secure Erase completed s u c c e s s f u l l y i n 1 hour, 4 minutes.
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]:
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:28.315 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] P r e p a r i n g t o erase : "Macintosh HD"
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:28.316 Disk
Utility[164:903]
P a r t i t i o n Scheme: GUID P a r t i t i o n Table
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:28.316 Disk
Utility[164:903]
1 volume w i l l be erased
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:28.317 Disk
Utility[164:903]
Name
: "Macintosh HD"
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:28.319 Disk
Utility[164:903]
Size
: 215.69 GB
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:28.320 Disk
Utility[164:903]
Filesystem
: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80]:
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 07:25:28.339 Disk
&j6
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c
/3 U W
Jan 25 07:25:28 greybox Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 07:25:28.375 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] Erasing
o a a
Jan 25 07:25:32 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:32.349 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] I n i t i a l i z e d / d e v / r d i s k 0 s 2 as a 201 GB HFS Plus volume w i t h
24576k j o u r n a l
Jan 25 07:25:32 greybox Unknown[80]:
Jan 25 07:25:32 greybox Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 07:25:32.352 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] Mounting d i s k
Jan 25 07:25:33 greybox Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 07:25:33.018 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] Erase complete.
Jan 25 07:25:33 greybox Unknown[80] 2010-01-25 07:25:33.019 Disk U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ]
Jan 25 07:25:45 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] : A l l o w i n g machine sleep.
Jan 25 07:25:48 greybox Unknown[80]: 2010-01-25 07:25:48.926 Disk
U t i l i t y [ 1 6 4 : 9 0 3 ] NSDocumentController's i n v o c a t i o n o f -[NSFileManager
URLForDirectory:inDomain:appropriateForURL:create:error:] returned n i l f o r
N S A u t o s a v e d I n f o r m a t i o n D i r e c t o r y . Here's t h e e r r o r :
Jan 25 07:25:48 greybox Unknown[80]: E r r o r Domain=N5CocoaErrorDomain Code=642
Userinf0=0x10808f14 0 "You can't save t h e f i l e "Autosave I n f o r m a t i o n " because the
volume "Mac 05 X I n s t a l l DVD" i s read o n l y . " U n d e r l y i n g E r r o r = ( E r r o r
Domain=NSP05IXErrorDomain Code=30 "The o p e r a t i o n c o u l d n ' t be completed. Read-only
f i l e system")
Jan 25 07:25:48 greybox Unknown[80]:
Jan 25 07:25:52 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] : P r e v e n t i n g machine sleep.
Jan 25 07:25:56 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] :

gZ2

Jan 25 07:25:56 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] Choices s e l e c t e d f o r i n s t a l l a t i o n :
Jan 25 07:25:56 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ]
I n s t a l l : "Mac 05 X"
Jan 25 07:25:56 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ]
I n s t a l l : " E s s e n t i a l System S o f t w a r e "
Jan 25 07:25:56 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ]
BaseSystem.pkg :
com.apple.pkg.BaseSystern : 10.6.0.1.1.1249291854
Essentials.pkg
Jan 25 07:25:56 greybox O S I n s t a l l e r [ 1 5 4 ] :
com.apple.pkg.Essentials : 10.6.0.1.1.1249291854
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Ho >9 Ho $e?o.S.m
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17765

2:332 9.3 .233 mmq28:



Hm Ho Ho Hwm?m


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Summpm $L.Eo.3.m


No Ho Ho Hmummu?


NH Ho Ho Sumuuo


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17766

2:39: Oman dam $22 _u >23:

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Mm Ho >9 Ho Sms? $H?o.3.m
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mm Ho >9 Ho Summum
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Mm Ho Ho Samu?
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3 Ho >9 Ho Smmum


5598 $33.35
mma

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up Ho Ho Bnoonmm
mma

3 Ho Ho Hwowwm
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3 Ho >9 Ho macaw?

17767



2:369 9.3 jam >30EH38
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mm Ho >9 Ho Guoe?


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3 Ho >9 Ho mnomsm $H?o.3.m
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3 Ho >9 Ho mnomnma


3 Ho >9 Ho $693 $H?o.S.m


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17768

2:353 omnm :35 mmimq _u



Ho >9 Ho :8?m
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.3 Ho >3 8 Hwomsm


.5 Ho >9 8 569.3


.3 Ho Ho Hwomxs


Suomm Hm


3 Ho >9 Ho auoam


mm Ho Ho apron $L.~po.3.m


Ho Ho a?um


mm Ho Ho aura

17769

2:33.. Umnm 322 5 >23:



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mEHWHHAN
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mp Ho 5 Hw?wou


mm Ho >3 Ho Hw?w?w


mm Ho Ho ma?a

17770

2:392. Umnm mmq

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mma

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8 >9 8 5:53
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8 >9 8 55:3


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3 Ho >9 Ho m?w? mL.?o.S.m

17771

2:339 9.3 >30:



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3 Ho Ho mumgm


mo Ho >3 Ho H.uL..?o.3.m


3 Ho >3 Ho m?mm H.uL.~ho.3.m


3 Ho >3 Ho Hwuwr?


mm Ho >9 Ho miw? HwH.~ho..3.m


M3 Ho >9 Ho Hw?w?m mL.Eo..S.m


mm Ho >9 Ho Euwsm


mm Ho >9 Ho mxmz?


3 Ho >3 8 m?wmm Hwp.~Ao.3.m


mm Ho >3 Ho mneow mH.?o.S.m

17772

9.3 .233 $Hwu?rom
mma

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3 8 >9 Ho Hw?..5
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8. Ho >9 Ho Hwb?wm
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$9.5
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3 Ho >9 Ho maSiam

17773

2:33. 9.3 >23Suwom


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Ho.? Ho >9 Ho Hwumpm 5C._o.S.m
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Sm Ho >9 Ho m?w?
mma

Sm Ho >9 Ho Hwumnw
mma

H3 H0 >9 Ho Hwuwwm PuL.?o.?.Euwmm

17774

2:332. can .235 =u >255:93
mma

HE 8 >9 Ho Gamma


Cm Ho >9 Ho mumam HwHN>o.>u5HEo.?.m


HG Ho >9 8 mazmm.


So 8 >9 Ho mu?mm


HNH Ho >9 Ho miwwm mL.Eo.?.m

17775

2c3Um_. 9.3 dam 32?. _u >25:



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?Em Ho >9 Ho Gumum


?Em Ho >9 Ho Hwummw
Sumac $r?o.3.m


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17776

25:92. Dunn 13? mm..28:

mma

mm. Ho >9 5 m?mumw


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mma

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Ho >9 8 mwm?w 5H.?o.3.m
mma

H3 8 >9 Ho H?mim
mma

Um no >9 Ho Hw?mnmh


mm Ho >9 Ho Enonm
m3

:0 Ho >9 Ho Snomm
mma

H3 Ho >9 Ho 5.3mm


KN Ho >9 Ho Sumio
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Kw Ho >9 Ho mnmia

17777

2:3am_. 02? .:3m #22



63 Ho >3 Ho Hwumsm


Em Ho Ho Hwnpusm


Em Ho 5 Enema
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H3 Ho >9 Ho Eumxmo


ausnmm


?Go 8 >9 Ho Ewouoo


Ho >9 Ho Hwmouoo


8 >9 Ho H398


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17778

2:33. Dana :35 mmimq >30:



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m?

Gm Ho >3 Ho $moa.u.


:6 8 >9 Ho Swosw


Hap Ho >3 Ho Ewoumo Hoolowpfum


Hmu 8 >3 8 Swoam


5w 8 8 mxwwow


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17779

2:332.

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$22 3

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$H?o.3.m




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8


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17780

2:362

Dunn dam





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17781

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17783



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17784

2:33.

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03.
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17785

2:33.. Guam .:3m 322 >30:

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N3 Ho >3 Ho GU33 m.e?o.S.m




Ho >3 Ho r.L.?o.S.m




Ho >3 Ho m?u~ m.e?o.S535$323

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17786

2:372

Oman 1:6

#22



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$r?o.Smxwow



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17787

2:32:

can dam

$22

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E.


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3


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3.
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17788

2:362

Dana :25



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$H?o.S.m



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03.



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17790



Oman

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

Mr. Jeffrey Motes
ilfi June 2013

It is hereby agreeij by the Accused, Defense Counsel, aneJ Trial Counsel, that ifMr.
Jeffrey Motes were present to testify during the merits phase of this court-martial, he would
testify substantially as follows:
1. I am a senior counter-terrorism analyst in the strategic fusion cell of the J-2 section at Joint
Task Force - Guantanamo Bay (JTF-GTMO), a subcomponent of the United States Southern
Command (USSOUTHCOM). In this position, my responsibilities include training, and
reviewing the work product of, senior and junior intelligence analysts and producing material
responsive to Requests for Information (RFI), such as threat assessments on current detainees. I
have worked at JTF-GTMO since 2003. Prior to joining JTF-GTMO, I served on active duty in
the United States Navy as a Cryptologic Technician Interpretive and Arabic linguist. I have been
in the intelligence field for more than twenty-five years, and I have been an intelligence analyst
for more than ten years.
2. Around January 2004, JTF-GTMO established the Detainee Assessment Branch in response
to a request from the Office for the Administrative Review of the Detention of Enemy
Combatants (OARDEC) for information to determine the enemy combatant status of particular
detainees. The Detainee Assessment Branch was a J-2 element tasked with providing threat
intelligence analysis on the detainees at JTF-GTMO. The threat intelligence analysis included
the detainee's threat to the United States and any potential intelligence value of the detainee.
3. OARDEC established two types of reviews for detainees at JTF-GTMO: (1) a Combatant
Status Review Tribunal (CSRT) which conducted an initial review of the status of detainees to
determine, among other things, whether the detainee was an enemy combatant: and (2) an
Annual Review Board (ARB) which conducted annual reviews of the status of select detainees to
determine, among other things, whether the detainee should remain at JTF-GTMO. The
Detainee Assessment Branch provided initial assessments of detainees in support of the CSRT
and updated assessments of detainees in support of the ARB.
4. In March 2004,1 began working in the Detainee Assessment Branch as a producing
intelligence analyst. In 2005,1 became the team leader of the Detainee Assessment Branch. The
Detainee Assessment Branch consisted of up to twenty senior and junior intelligence analysts,
both military and civilian. My responsibilities as team leader included training the team
responsible for preparing assessments on detainees, preparing assessments on detainees, and
coordinating between the intelligence analysts assigned to the Detainee Assessment Branch and
the United States Govemment. I worked in the Detainee Assessment Branch as the team leader
until 2012, with the exception of one year from 2009-2010 when I worked at USSOUTHCOM as

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aSubject Matter Expert (SME) on Sunni extremism ^ r South America. Before joining the
Detainee Assessment Branch,Iwasasenior intelligence analyst onatiger team responsible for
preparing detainee assessments and debriefing detainees upon arrival at JTF-GTMO.
5. The detainee assessments werearecommendation to USSOUTHCOM for the disposition of
detainees,which included the detainee'sthreat level and intelligence value to the United States
and its allies. lam very familiar with the detainee assessments prepared by JTF-GTMO. lam
familiar with the format, letterhead, and structure ofthe detainee assessments.
^. lam very familiar with how detainee assessments were produced becauselcreated, and
trained others how to create, detainee assessments. lam also very familiar with the process
necessary to create the detainee assessments becauseleither was responsible lor many steps of
this process orltracked the status of this process. lhave been responsible for the first four steps
ofthe below process during my tenure at JTF-GTMO.
^. The process to createadetainee assessment was as f:^llows:
a. First,asenior or junior intelligence analyst reviewed any previously written
intelligence memoranda and any additional intelligence relating to the detainee that was stored in
the Joint Detainee Information ManagementSystem(JDIMS),the classified database at JTFGTMO that stored intelligence relating to detainees. JDIMS was available on SIPRNET:
however,auser could not access JDIMS without being grantedaseparate account. Further, even
withaJDIMS account, the user did not have full access to all ofthe intelligence stored in
JDIMS. The senior orjunior intelligence analyst also conducted additional research in multiple
intelligence databases located on classified networks, outside ofJDIMS, on the particular
detainee.
b. Second, the senior orjunior intelligence analyst drafied the detainee assessment,
which included the analysis as to the detainee'sthreat level and intelligence value to the United
States and its allies.
c. Third, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted to another senior orjunior
intelligence analyst for peer review. The intelligence analyst reviewed the drafi detainee
assessment, conducted individual research and analysis on the detainee, and provided edits
and^or comments.
d. Fourth, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted toasenior intelligence analyst for
duality Assurance duality Control(^A^C) who conducted further research and analysis on the
detainee to collect any additional intelligence and to verify the logic ofthe analysis on the
detainee. The senior intelligence analyst provided edits and^or comments.
e. Fifih, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted to the Officer-in-Charge(OIC)of
the Detainee Assessment Branch who conducted further research and analysis on the detainee to
collect any additional intelligence from the classified network and to verify the logic ofthe
analysis on the detainee. The OIC provided edits and^or comments.

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f Sixth, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted to the Officeofthe Staff Judge
Advocate(OSJA) for legal review. The OSJAreviewed the drafi detainee assessment and
provided any edits and^or comments.
g. Seventh, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted to the Joint Intelligence Group
(JIG)orJ-2Director. The JIG or J-2Director reviewed the drafi detainee assessment and
provided any edits and^or comments.
h. Eighth, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted to the Deputy Commander,JTFGTMO. The Deputy Commander,JTF-GTMO,reviewed the drafi detainee assessment and
provided any edits and^or comments.
i. Ninth, the drafi detainee assessment was submitted to the Commander, JTF-GTMO.
The Commander, JTFGTMO,reviewed the drafi detainee assessment and provided any edits
andi^or comments. Once all changes were made, the Commander, JTF-GTMO, signed the
detainee assessment.
j . Tenth, the signed detainee assessment was submitted toOARDEC through
USSOUTHCOM
^. lam very familiar with how long the above process took to complete one detainee
assessment. The first two steps of this process, having the initial intelligence analyst createa
drafi detainee assessment, took no less than one week, including overtime, to complete. Tothe
best of my memory,completing one drafi detainee assessment took, on average, 5055 working
hours. The third step ofthis process, having another intelligence analyst conduct peer review of
the drafi detainee assessment, took, on average,2working hours per assessment. The fourth step
of this process, havingasenior intelligence analyst conduct^A^C of the drafi detainee
assessment, took, on average,l^working hours per assessment. Each remaining step necessary
to complete one detainee assessment took betweenalcw hours to one week to complete. In
total, the entire process to create one detainee assessment took approximately one month and
consisted of, on average, ^0-90 working hours. The most detainee assessments created in one
fiscal year was approximately 520.
9. Both Servicemembers and civilian contractors were involved in the above process to create
one detainee assessment. The lowest ranking Servicemember involved in this process wasE-4,
Specialist. The lowest ranking civilian contractor involved in this process was equivalent toa
GS-I2employee. My rank whenlwas involved in creating detainee assessments was equivalent
toaGS-I3employee,and my lowest salary during this time was approximately ^^0,000 per
year.
10 lam veryfamiliarwithwhattypeofintelligence was included in detaineeassessments
Detainee assessments include, among other things, background information on the detainee,
details of the detainee'scapture, the detainee'saffiliation with terrorist organisations, the
detainee'srecruitment and travel,the reasons for the detainee'stransfer to JTFGTMO,
indicators of the detainee^sthreat level and intelligence value to the United States and its allies,
and the analysis of the detainee'sthreat level and intelligence value to the United States and its
allies. Prosecution E^l^il^it(PE)^forIdentifieation is the classified list ofthe diflerent

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sources of classified intelligence reporting from whichland the other analysts derived the
inlormation used in the assessments.
a. The background information on the detainee included, among other things, the
detainee'sbiographical data, picture, health information, employment, religion, and family
members or relatives with extremist links. This information was obtained fromavariety of
intelligence sources and was included in the detainee assessments as part ofthe intelligence
analysis to determine the detainee'scommitment to terrorist organi^ations,which were important
actors in determining the detainee'sthreat level and intelligence value to the United States and
its allies. lunderstand that all ofthis data would be known to the detainee and may be known by
his associates listed. However, since we usually do not leam all ofthis informationfi-omthe
detainee himself, the detainee may not understand the extent ofwhat the United States knows
about his background information.
b. The details ofthe detainee'scapture included, among other things, how the detainee
became involved in activities that led to capture,where,how,and with whom the detainee was
captured,what the detainee was doing when captured, events such as engagements with United
States military forces that led to the detainee'scapture,and the date of transfer to JTF-GTMO.
This information was obtained fiomavariety ofintelligence sources and was included in the
detainee assessments as part ofthe analysis to determine the detainee'saffiliation and
commitment to terrorist organi^ations,which were important factors in determining the
detainee'sthreat level and intelligence value to the United States and its allies. lunderstand that
most, ifnot all,ofthis data would be knov^ to the detainee or may be knov^ by his associates.
However, since we usually do not leam all ofthis informationfi-omthe detainee himself, the
detainee may not understand the extent of what the United States knows about the detailsofhis
capture.
c. The detainee'safiiliation with terrorist organisations included individuals the detainee
associated with at the terrorist organisations and the detainee'smovements within the terrorist
organi:^ations. This information was obtained fromavariety ofintelligence sources and was
included in the detainee assessments as part of the analysis to determine the detainee'saffiliation
and commitment to terrorist organi^ations,which were important factors in determining the
detainee'sthreat level and intelligence value to the United States and its allies. lunderstand that
all ofthis information would be known to the detainee and may be known by his associates
listed. However, since we usually do not leam all ofthis information fiom the detainee himself,
the detainee may not understand the extent ofwhat the United States knows about his affiliation
with terrorist organi:^ations.
I I . P E ^ f o r ID includes serialised intelligence reports published to the Intelligence
Community (IC) and intelligence information. The serialised intelligence reports published to
the IC include Items5,15-19,30,31,34,and35 in P E ^ f o r ID. Intelligence information is
included in all of the sources in P E ^ f o r ID, except for Items I,20, 2^,and 2^. Information
can be derived from all sources in P E ^ f o r ID and included in serialised intelligence reports
published to the IC.

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12. lam very familiar with where detainee assessments are stored. Detainee assessments are
stored in three locations: (l)on the shared drive at JTF-GTMO which is located on the Secure
Intemet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET): (2) afiersigned bythe Commander, JTFGTMO,
on JDIMS which is located on the SIPRNET:and(3)inadatabase accessible through the JTFGTMO Detainee Assessment Branch website on Intellipedia which is located on the SIPRNET.
Intellipedia,which is analogous to^ikipedia,isawebsite on the SIPRNET that allows for the
sharing ofintelligence in the IC and to analysts on SIPRNET and J^ICS.
13. In March 2009 and in response toatasking from J-2atJTF-GTM0,Icreated the database
accessible through the JTF GTMO Detainee Assessment Branch website on Intellipedia. It took
me approximately ^3 working hours to create this database, which included time to research the
structureofthe write-up language, find and update all source documents, and link each file to the
correct detainee. This database stored all detainee assessments,which totaled more than ^00. I
have spent approximately 50 additional hours updating and otherwise maintaining this database.
14. Thefilenamefor each detainee assessment in this database included the Internment Serial
Number (ISN) for the particular detainee, the recommendation for the detainee, and the date of
the detainee assessment. The format ofthisfilenamewas as follows:
^^ISN recommendation date.'' Thefilenamewas linked toaunique, sequential document
identification number (Document ID),which was the particular detainee assessment. Ifauser
who accessed the database through the JTF GTMO Detainee Assessment Branch website
scrolled over thefilenamewith his^er mouse, the document number would appear.
15. In my capacity as the team leader of the Detainee Assessment Branch,Ireviewed five
detainee assessments pertaining to United Statesv.Private First Class Bradley Manning.which
the prosecution provided to JTF-GTMO. These detainee assessments are located in A^^ellate
E^l^il^it(AE)^01 andhave the BATES numbers 0037^123 0037^140 PE^forlDcontains
these five detainee assessments. lam able to identily these documents as detainee assessments
based on the lormat, letterhead and content ofthe documents.
1^. The five detainee assessments within P E ^ f o r ID are all marked, at the top and bottom of
eachpage,^^SECRET." None ofthe five detainee assessments within P E ^ f o r ID has been
made publicly available by the United States Govemment.
17. The five detainee assessments within P E ^ f o r ID identify activities related to national
preparedness. These documents include the following matters: (l)United States intelligence
relating to identified associates ofterrorist organisations,to include names, affiliations, and
whereabouts: (2) United States intelligence relating to training activities ofthose terrorist
organisations, to include the substance ofsuch training: (3) United States intelligence relating to
theTactics,Techniques,and Procedures (TTPs)ofthose terrorist organisations, to include
details relating to enemy movement, housing networks, and recruiting activities:(4) United
States intelligence relating to enemy engagement with United States military Icirces:(5) our
intelligence analysis of the detainee'scooperation and credibility,which, if released, could affect
the subsequent recruitment ofthe detainee and the willingness ofcountries to accept the
departing detainee:(^) United States analysis of the intelligence value ofthe detainee, to include
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terrorist'srecruiting activities,and future operations: and (7) United States intelligence relating
to the detainee'sthreat level to the United States and its allies. lunderstand that there are
portions ofthis material that would already be known to the detainee or his associates. However,
neither the detainee nor his associate would know our analysis relating to the detainee. Further,
neither the detainee nor his associate may understand the extent ofwhat the United States knows
about the detainee. lunderstand that the detainee,if released, could share the information known
by the detainee with anyone. Of that information which we learned fiom the detainee,Iam not
aware ofany detainee who has shared all ofthat information. lalso understand that the
associates ofthe detainee could share information relating to the detainee known by the associate
with whomever they pleased, Ofthat information relating to the detainee which we leamed from
an associate,Iam not aware of any associate who has shared all ofthat information relating to
the detainee.
1^. lam aware that there is some inlormation pertinent to these documents available in open
source material. lam also aware of the extensive litigation that happens for these detainees in
federal court and the military commissions. Idid not consider those things whenlidentified
the sources ofintelligencefi^rthe above detainee assessments,which was the only rolelplayed
during the classification review.
19. In October of2007,lam aware that the Department ofDefense released in the FOIA reading
room the Combatant Status ReviewTribunals(CSRT) and the Administrative Review Boards
(ARB)documents held between July2004 and July2007. The CSRTswereaset of tribunals for
confirming whether detainees held by the United States at Guantanamo had been correctly
designated as ^^enemy combatants." The ARBs were used to conduct an annual review ofthe
detainees to review whether they still representathreat or not to the United States. The released
inlormation identified each detainee by name and their general background information for those
individuals still held atJTFGTMO at that time.

^

JBI^U^ER^H^TE
CPT,JA
AssistantTrial Counsel

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THOMASFHURE^
MAJ,JA
Defense Counsel

BRADEE^E.MA^
PFC, USA
Accused

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UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

RDML David B. Woods

June 2013

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel,that ifRear
Admiral (EowerHalf^ David B.^oods were present to testity during the merits and presentencing phases ofthis court-martial,he would testily substantially as fi^llows:
1. lamaRear Admiral (Eower Halt) in the United States Navy with 32 years of active service. My
current position is Commander, Strike ForccTraining Pacific, San Diego,CA. Iwas previoi^sly the
^ommander,JointTask Force Guantanamo(JTFGTMO),at Guantanamo Bay,^uba. Iheld this
position from24 August 2011through 25 June 2012, and reported during that time to General
Douglas Fraser, Commander, United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM). My time as
^ommander,JTF-GTMO was my fifih command tour as an Original Classification Authority(O^A).
Igraduated fiom theU.S.Naval Academy inl9^1 and was designated asanaval fiight ofi^cer in
19^3. lalso receivedamaster'sdegree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval
^arOollegeinl997
2. AsaUS Navy Oaptain,Iserved as the commander ofOarrier Air ^ i n g ( 0 V ^ ) 1 1 , a n d deployed
twice in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and IraqiFreedom aboard the USS Nimitz.
Additionally,as part ofajointassignment,1was the Oommander of Joint Crew composite Squadron
One. Our squadron was responsible for the Multi-NationalOorps^lraq electronic warfare fight
against improvised explosive devices. Afier my promotion,Iserved as the Director,Strategy and
Policy Division, OhiefofNaval Operations for Operations, Plans and Strategy (N3^5) before taking
command ofJTF-GTMO
3. AsCommander,JTF-GTMO,1wasanO0A. My responsibilities in that position included the
review ofJTF-GTMO information for classification purposes pursuant to Executive Order (EO)
1352^ (^^Olassified National Security Information^^), and its predecessor orders. Prior to this position,
Iwas an OOA while serving in the following positions: (1)05 Squadron Commander (VA0131)
(199^ 2000): (2)Training Squadron OommandingOfficer(VA0 129) (2002 2004): ( 3 ) A i r ^ i n g
Oommander(CV^ll)(USSNimit^)(2005-2007):and(4)OommanderofJointOrew composite
Squadron One in Iraq (2007 200^). At all timeslser^ed as an 0CA,1received annual training
consistent with E01352^ or previous guidance.
4. Information that requires protection in the interest ofnational security ofthe United States is
designated classified national security information under Executive Order (EO)1352^, Classified
National Security Information, signed by President Obama on December 29, 2009. Information is
classified in levels commensurate withthe assessment that its unauthorised disclosure reasonably
could be expected to cause the following damage to national security: Top Secret information is

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information that could cause exceptionally grave damage to national security: Secret information is
information that could cause serious damage to national security: and Confidential information is
information that could cause damage to national security.
5. Unclassified information does not requireasecurity clearance for access, but nonetheless may be
ofasensitive nature. The current basis for classification ofnational security information is tound in
E01352^.SectionI.3 ofE01352^ authorises an OOA, such as me whenlwas Commander,JTF
GTMO, to classify information owned,produced, or controlled by the United States government i f i t
falls within certain classification categories. One such category,found at Section1.4(c)ofEO
1352^, concerns information that pertains to an intelligence activity (including special activities),
intelligence sources or methods, or cryptology.
^. Ireviewed the five charged documents fiom the United States Southern Oommand and JTFGTMO database (BATES numbers 0037^123^0037^140)containedwithinA^^ellateE^il^it^01,
and made the below determinations with respect to those documents.
7. First, all five documents were properly marked at the ^^SEORET" classification level.
^. Second, disclosure ofthe information identified in the five documents reasonably could be
expected to cause serious damage to the national security ofthe United States. In making this
statement regarding the classification ofinformation in this case,1relied upon my personal
knowledge and experience, the information made available to me in my official capacity,the advicel
received from my staffand their conclusions reached.
9. Third, in the first half of2010and at the time of the disclosures, the five documents were
classified pursuant to Sectionl.4(c)ofE01352^,because they contained information concerning
intelligence sources and methods, and information that, ifreleased, could cause serious damage to
nationalsecurity. This information was classified at the Secret level.
10. Fourth, the five documents contained intelligence data compiled about detainees or summaries of
such data. Intelligence data included descriptions ofthe detainee^s biographical inlormation,the
circumstancesofhis capture,what he had in his possession when he was captured,the circumstances
and date ofhis transferto Guantanamo, his travel,his affiliations with individuals and organisations
ofintelligence interest, and his activities in support ofthose organisations. All ofthis information
would be known to the individual detainee. The intelligence data also included information about
other persons and organi^tions. Idetermined that the intelligence data contained in the documents
reveal details about intelligence we have gleaned regarding individuals and organisations of
intelligence interest. Additionally,this information revealed the sources of our intelligence,as well
as methods and approaches for collecting intelligence. At the time oftheir creation,the documents
and the intelligence data contained in them ^ere classified at the Secret level through the action of
the Commander,JTF-GTMO,and remained classified at the Secret level in the first half of2010and
at the time oftheir disclosure.
11. Fifth,Idetermined that the documents and information remained properly classified afier their
creation, and that their release reasonably could be expected to cause serious damage to the national
security because it would reveal information concerning intelligence sources, the specific
information obtained from such sources, or both. Accordingly,this information was properly
classified at the Secret level, pursuant to Section 1.4(c)ofE0 1352^.

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12. lam aware that there may have been some information pertinent to these documents available in
open source material. Idid not use this material or its publicly available status in making
classification determinations. Ifthere was information that had been previously released under the
authority ofthe United States government,1would consider the authorised release ofinformation by
the United States government as part ofmy review ofthe classification ofthe entire document. 1am
aware ofthe extensive litigation that happens for these detainees in federal court and the military
commissions. Those cases did not affect the classification review for these documents.
13. In October o f 2 0 0 7 , l a m aware that the Department ofDe^nse released in the FOIA reading
room the Combatant Status ReviewTribunals(CSRT) and the Administrative Review Boards
(ARB)documents held between July 2004 and July 2007. The CSRTswereaset oftribunalsfi^r
confirming whether detainees held by the United States at Guantanamo had been correctly
designated as ^^enemy combatants." The ARBs were used to conduct an annual review ofthe
detainees to review whether they still representathreat or not to the United States. The released
information identified each detainee by name and their general background information for those
individuals still held at JTF GTMO at that time.
14. Prosecution E ^ i l ^ i t ^ f o r Identification are those five documentsldescribed above.

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ASHDENFEIN
MAJ,JA
Trial Counsel

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THOMASFHURE^
MAJ,JA
Delense Counsel

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PFC, USA
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UNCLASSIFIED

(U) DECLARATION
(U) I, Mr. Louis S. Travieso declare and state: I am the subject matter expert for the Directorate ofOperations (J2)
for classifications reviews. In this capacity, I reviewed documents pertaining to United States v. Private First Class
Bradley Manning, which the Manning trial team provided to USCENTCOM. I found one document that contained
J2 equities, and defer to other USCENTCOM Directorates in regard to the classification of the remaining
documents.
(U) The one document that ] found that contained J2 equities was the following: l-he Strntegic Intelligence Brief,
"Farah INS Probably Deliberately Instigated 4 May CIVCAS Incident" 10 May 2009. (Hereinafter the
"Document".)
(U) My recommendations to the Original Classification Authority (OCA) in regard to the proper classification of
the Document is as follows:

The Document contains intelligence activities (including covert action), intelligence

sources or methods, or cryptology. The basis for its original classification was proper based on Executive Order
12958 as amended. Section 1.4(c). It should continue to be classified based on EO 135:?6, Section 1.4(c).
(U) Pursuant to 28 L.S.C. § I ''46,1 declare under penalty of perjury that the information provided herein is true and
correct to the best ofmy knowledge.
Dated: 2.^ October 2011

JIS S. TF

Tnformation Release Specialist

(U) I, Mr. George J. Lemire, CCJ2-EI, reviewed these documents along with Mr Louis S. Travieso. I concur with
Mr. Travieso's conclusions and recommendations.
(U) Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §1746,1 declare under penalty of perjury that the information provided herein is true and
correct to the best of my knowledge.
Dated:2.* October 2011

GEORGE J'LEMIRE
CCJ2-EI, USCENTCOM

UNCLASSIFIED

ManningB_00527398

A?^
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Manning, Bradley E^
PFCUSArmy,
HHC, U S Army Garrison,
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall
FortMyer,Virginia 222II

STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY
Viee Admiral Rol^ertS Harvard
June20I3

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel, that ifVice
Admiral Robert S.Harward, Jr., were present to testis during the merits and pre-sentencing
phases ofthis court-martial, he would testis substantially as fi^llows.
1. lamaVice Admiral in the United States Navy with 32 years of active service. Icurrently
serve as Deputy Commander, United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) at MacDill Air
Force Base.
2. Ibegan my career asasurface warfare officer aboard the destroyer USS i^^c^^^ (DDG 995),
and then transferred to the Naval Special^arfarecommunity.Iwas the ^^Honor Man" ofBasic
Underwater Demolition (BUD)^Sea, Air, Land (SEAE)class 12^,andlhave served in both East
and^est coast SEAL teams.
3. My tot^s in the Naval Special ^ a r ^ e community include: commander,SEALTeam Three:
AssaultTeam leader and operations officer at Naval Special^ar^re Development Group:
SEAL plans officer for Commander,AmphibiousForceU.S.7th Fleets executive officer, Naval
Special^arfare Unit One: aide-de-camp to Commander, U.S.Special Operations Command:
Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force(CJSOTF) deputy commander in Bosnian deputy
commander Special Operations Command, Pacific^ commander, Naval Special warfare Group
One: and, deputy commanding general, Joint Special Operations Conm^and.
4. My additional assignments includeatour in the Executive Office of the President at the ^ i t e
House, wherelserved on the National Security Council as the directorofStrategy and Policy for
the officeofCombatingTerrorism. Myfirstfiagassigrm^entwas chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff representative to the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC),asamember of the Senior
Interagency StrategyTeam.AdditionaIIy,Iserved as deputy commander, U.S.Joint Forces
Command, and most recentlylserved as commander of Combined Joint InteragencyTask Force
(CJIATF)435fi^om2009to2011inAfghanistan,CJIATFisthetaskforcededicatedtodetainee
operations in A^hanistan. lhave commanded troops in Afghanistan and Iraq over six years
since Sept.ll,2001.
5. lhave been the Deputy Conm^ander, USCENTCOM, sincellJuIy 2011. My responsibilities
include exercising TOP SECRET and below original classification authority, which includes
renderingadetermination of CENTCOM generated infi^rmation fbr classification purposes
pursuant toawritten delegation from the Deputy Secretary ofDefense and under the authority
ofExecutive Order (EO) 1352^. Per EO 1352^, Section1.3,the authority to classic information

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originally may be exercised only by an OCA, and must be delegated by the President, the Vice
President, or an agency head or designated official.
^. Infiormation which requires protection in the interest ofthe national security ofthe United
States is designated classified national security information per E0 1352^, Classified National
Security Information, signed by President BarackH.Obama on 29 December 2009,and for
information classified prior to June 27,2010, according to EO 1295^ signed by President
^illiamJ.Clinton on April 17,1995,as amended by President Georges.Bush on March 25,
2003. Information is classified in levels commensurate with the assessment that unauthori:^ed
disclosure could cause the following expected damage to national security: for exceptionally
grave damage to national security^Top Secret: for serious damage to national security^
Secret: and for damage to national security Confidential.
7. within USCENTCOM, classified inlbrmation is handled and protected in accordance with
E0 1352^(and predecessor orders)on Classified National Security Information.
^. In total, four categories of classified information, as identified in E0 1352^ and its
predecessor EOs,were included in the documentslreviewed. Because the mission of
USCENTCOM encompasses the conduct ofmilitary operations, USCENTCOM relies primarily
upon two classification categories when protecting national security infiormation,which are
identified in Section1.4ofE0 1352^ asi.4(a)(militaryplans,weapons systems,or operations)
and1.4(c)(intelligence activities (including covert action), intelligence sources or methods,or
cryptology).
9. Classified information should be handled and examined only under such conditions as are
adequate to prevent unauthorised personsfi-omgaining access. Classified material may not be
removed from designated work areas or moved from inlormation systems, e.g., classified
databases, computer networks, servers, or computers, except in the performance of official
duties and under special conditions which provide protection for the classified material.
10. lhave reviewed the104 charged USCENTCOM documents related to this case. The
charged documents are categorized as fiollows:
a. Over 3^0,000 documents were taken from the Combined Information DataNetwork
Exchange(CIDNE)Iraq database. Ireviewed the 53 charged documentsfi-omthe CIDNEIraq
database contained in Appellate E^l^il^it(AE) ^01 and Prosecution E^liiil^it(PE)^^.
b. Over 90,000 documents were taken fiom CIDNE-Afghanistan database. Ireviewed
the 37 charged documentsfi-omthe CIDNE-Afghanistan database contained in AE ^01 and PE

c. Ireviewed the 14charged documents related to the Farah investigation contained in
AE^OlandPE^O
d. Ireviewed the charged file named ^^BE22PAX.^ip" containing the video named
^^BE22PAXwmv"(Gharanivideo)containedinPE^^

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This material was staffed through the following USCENTCOM Directorates: Intelligence(J2),
Operations (J3), and the Strategy,Plans, and Policy (J5). The results ofthis staffing are PE^^,
PE ^7, and P E ^ f o r ID, and these documents were provided to me and consolidated. In
consultation with the subject matter experts identified above,as an OCA,Idetermine the
following for each category:
11. For each of the 53 CIDNE-Iraq documents in PE^^,Ifound the following:
a. First, all 53 documents were properly marked at the SECRET level and based on
actual events.
b. Second, disclosure ofthe information identified in the 53 documents reasonably
could be expected to cause serious damage to the national security ofthe United States. In
making this determination regarding the classification ofinformation in this case,Ire1y
upon my personal knowledge and experience, the information made available to me in my
official capacity, and the advice and recommendations received from the subject matter
experts who also reviewed the documents, lam aware that there may have been some
information pertinent to some ofthese documents available in open source material. Idid not use
this material or its publicly available status in making classification determinations. Iflhad been
aware ofinformation that had been previously released under the authority ofthe United States
government,1would have considered the authorised release ofinformation by the United States
government as partofmy review ofthe classification of that information,
c. Third, the 53 documents and the information contained in them were classified at
the SECRET level at the time oftheir creation, and remained classified at the SECRET level
in the first half of2010and at the time oftheir disclosure. These documents were properly
classified at the time they were generated and remained classified in the first half of2010
pursuant to SectionI.4(a)and(c)ofE0 1352^, or its predecessor EOs,because they
contained information that, ifreleased, could cause serious damage to national security.
12. For each of the37 CIDNE-Afghanistan documents in PE^9,Ifound the following:
a. First, all 37 documents were properly marked at the SECRET level and based on
actual events.
b. Second, disclosureofthe information identified in the 37documents reasonably
could be expected to cause serious damage to the national security ofthe United States. In
making this determination regarding the classification ofinformation in this case,Irely
upon my personal knowledge and experience, the information made available to me in my
official capacity,and the advice and recommendations received fi-om the subject matter
experts who also reviewed the documents. 1am aware that there may have been some
intbrmation pertinent to some ofthese documents available in open sottrce material. Idid not use
this material or its publicly available status in making classification determinations. Iflhad been
aware ofinformation that had been previously released under the authority ofthe United States
government,1^ould have considered the authorised release ofinformation by the United States
government as part of my review of the classification of that information.

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c. Third, the 37 documents and the information contained in them were classified at
the SECRET level at the time oftheir creation, and remained classified at the SECRET level
in the first half of2010and at the time oftheir disclosure. These documents were properly
classified at the time they were generated and remained classified in the first half of2010
pursuant to SectionI.4(a)and(c)ofE0 1352^, or its predecessor EOs,because they
contained information that, ifreleased, could cause serious damage to national security,
13. For each ofthe14Farah investigation documents in PE90,Ifound the following:
a. First, all14documents were properly marked at the SECRET level and based on
actual events.
b. Second, disclosure of the information identified in the14documents reasonably
could be expected to cause serious damage to the national security ofthe United States. In
making this statement regarding the classification ofinformation in this case,Irely upon my
personal knowledge and experience, the information made available to me in my official
capacity, and the advice and recommendations received fi-om the subject matter experts who
also reviewed the documents.lam a^are that there may have been some information pertinent to
some ofthese documents available in open source material. Idid not use this material or its publicly
available status in making classification determinations. Iflhad been aware ofinformation that had
been previously released under the authority of the United States government,lwould have
considered the authorised release ofinformation by the United States government as part ofmy
review ofthe classification ofthat information.
c. Third, the14documents and the information contained in them were classified at
the SECRET level at the time oftheir creation, and remained classified at the SECRET level
in the first half of2010and at the time oftheir disclosure. These documents were classified
pursuant to Section1.4(a)and(c)ofE0 1352^, or its predecessor EOs, because they
contained information that, ifreleased, could cause serious damage to national security.
14. For the Gharani video in PE^^,Ifound the following:
a. First, the Gharani video was only located on the SIPRNET because it was classified at
theSECRETlevel
b. Second, disclosure ofthe information identified in the video reasonably could be
expected to cause serious damage to the national security ofthe United States. In making
this statement regarding the classification ofinformation in this case,Irely upon my
personal knowledge and experience, the information made available to me in my official
capacity,and the advice and recommendations received fi-om the subject matter experts who
also reviewed the video. lam aware that there may have been some inlormation pertinent to this
video available in open source material. Idid not use this material or its publicly available status in
making classification determinations. Iflhad been aware ofinformation that had been previously
released under the authority ofthe Ignited States government,lwould have considered the authorised
release ofinformation by the United States government as part ofmy review ofthe classification of
the video.

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c. Third, the video and the information contained within was classified at the
SECRET level at the time ofits creation, and remained classified at the SECRET level in
the first half of2010and at the time ofits disclosure. This video was classified pursuant to
Section 1.4(a)and(c)ofE0 1352^, or its predecessor EOs, because it contained information
that, ifreleased, could cause serious damage to national security.

j)r A ^ h A'LEXANDER vON ELTEN
CPT, JA
Assistant Trial Counsel

^U*y^ 3-,
THOMAS F. HURLEY^
MAJ, JA
Military Defense Counsel

BRADL
PFC, USA
Accused

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
V.
STIPULATION OF
Manning, Bradley E. EXPECTED TESTIMONY

PFC, U.S. Army,

HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 2221]

Ms. Strobl



June 2013

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that ifMs.
Strobl were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-
maitial, she would testify substantially as follows:

1. (U) I am currently employed as a contractor with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). I
am a software developer and I worked on the contract for the ClA?s World Intelligence Review
(WlRe) and its predecessor program from approximately 2005 through 20l2. At present, work
as a software developer for another disseminated intelligence program. I hold a Bachelor?s
degree in Spanish from the University ofMary Washington, a Juris Doctor from the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Master?s of Business Administration from the University of
North Carolina at Greensboro, and a Computer Science Certi?cate from North Carolina State
University. I have been working in the information technology field since 1997, when I began
working in database administration at University of North Carolina Hospitals. Since that time, I
have participated in working in multiple training courses speci?c to database administration, web
development, and system administration, including training geared towards the tools used to
develop, administer, and maintain an enterprise application.

2. (U) WlRe is a website controlled by the CIA, and located on the SIPRNET that allows a user,
once authenticated, to conduct searches of various ?les created by the CIA and other
organizations. That authentication is performed by means of an lntelink Passport user account.
To apply for an lntelink Passport account a user has to enter their personal information on the
lntelink site on SIPRNET.

3. (U) In approximately May 2010, I was asked to pull any user information for Bradley
Manning as well audit logs for the date range October 2009 to May 2010 from the sending IP
addresses of 22,225.11 1 .22 and 22.225.41.40. At that time, an lntelink Passport account was
required in order to access all information on the WlRe, except for leadership pro?les. Under
Certain circumstances, ifa user clicked on a leadership profile, the user id would not be logged.
When the user id was logged, the WlRe system created numerous types of logs. ln this case, I
pulled all three types of logs: production logs, logs, and SQL logs. The logs represent the
same information, but they do so with different data in different formats. The application logs
show requests at the application level. The logs show all requests going in and out of the
web server. The SQL logs show the titles of the documents with their document numbers as
re?ected in the database. The SQL logs correspond with the logs in that they show the
actual name of the document numbers recorded in the logs. I pulled these three logs to paint

a fuller picture of the activity.

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4. (U) I pulled these logs by writing queries and running those queries. I applied SQL queries to
the database and UNIX commands to the web and application logs. SQL is a structural query
language for interacting with databases. In other words, it is a tool used to perform inquires and
pull data from a database. In order to accomplish the SQL query, I went to the command prompt
screen, typed in the query, hit enter, and the computer generated the logs. The SQL queries I
used pulled the logs and put them into a text output. I then saved the logs as well as the SQL
query I used to pull those logs. UNIX in an operating system that comes in several variants,
often called ?flavors.? For purposes of the queries described below, I used the ??avor? Solaris,
To execute commands to cull the web and application logs on Solaris, I drafted and typed into a
command prompt queries that contained the speci?c user id, IP addresses, and dates I was asked
to review. In response to these queries, Solaris generated logs of user activity. These logs are
identified using the original log name plus the suffix ?.culled,? as see below. In sum, by these
queries, I asked the system to pull the pertinent audit events by the user ?brad|ey.e.manning?
and/or the IP addresses 22.225.41.22 and 22.225.41.40 and/or the time date group of October
2009 to May 2010.

5. (U) I pulled the HTTP legs, which log all activity going in and out of the web server, by IP
address and time and date group. Specifically, I pulled the HTTP logs for the IP addresses
22.225.41.22 and 22.225.4 .40 between October 2009 and May 2010. The results are contained
in the following ?les:

1 0-02-20.culled
ciawire-prod 1 0-02-2 1 .culled


I 0-02-25.cullcd
0-02-27.culled



0-03-O8.culled
I 0-03-09.culled
1 0-03- I l.cul led
1 0-03- I 2.culled
0-03- I 5.cul led
0-03-] 9.cu|led
0-03-20.culled


I 0-03-23.culled

0-03 ?25.culle(l
0-03-27.culled
0-03-28.culled
0-03-29.cul led
0-03-30.culled
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a. (U) The entry ?22.225.4l .22? is the sending IP address. This address indicates the ll?
address ot?the computer that is requesting the information.

b. (U) The entry ?bradley.e.manning? is the user name assigned to the lnteiink Passport
account that is requesting the information. This lntelink user account is associated with the
common name ?Manning, Bradley

e. (U) The entry ?2l/Mar/20l0:OS:39:S3 -0400? is the time and date group, which is given in
Greenwich Mean 'l?ime (GMT). 'l'he time and date group records when the computer processes
the request from the sending IP address.



f. (U) The entry means that a space is there.

g. (U) The entry ?200? is a code that states that the user?s request to and access the
document was successful.

h. (U) Based on the log infortnation, I can tell someone downloaded the .pdf'heeause a
document number follows the request. A document number indicates that the user
opened the document. Additionally, il'the user has downloaded the document, then the log will
say

i. (U) The entry ?45266? indicates the size of the user?s request.

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k. (U) The entry ?Mozilla/5.0? tells me that the user ofthe .22 address was using version 5

of the Mozilla browser.

I. (U) The entry ?(Windows; Windows NT en~US; .9.0.l means that a
Windows NT workstation was being used by the user of?22.225.4l .22 computer.

m. (U) The entry ?Gecko/20090423 I6 Firefox/3.0.] tells me that the 22.22541 .22 system
was using the Firefox browser.





(U) I pulled the production logs, which log all activity going in and out ofthe application, by
address. Specifically, I pulled the production logs for the IP addresses 22.225.41.22 and
22.225.41.40 between October 2009 and May 2010. I obtained results from 20 February 2010 to
27 April 20l0. The results are contained in the following ?les:

production.log.20l00303.culled (various dates between 20-Feb-I0 and 2-Mar-I0)
produetion.log.20l00401.eulled (various dates between ?l-Mal'- l0 and 30-Mar-I 0)
production.log.20l006] 5.eulled (various dates between 3?Apr-I0 and 27-Apr-10)

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a. (U) The entry ?22.225.4 I .22? is the sending IP address. This address indicates the
address of the computer that is requesting the information.

b. (U) The entry ?2010-03-21 05:39:53? is the time and date group. The time and date group
records when the computer processes the request from the sending ll? address.

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g-'l'he entry ?200" is a code that states that the user?s request to and access the
document was successful. The indicates the same as the 200, that the
document with identi?cation number? downloaded to the 22.225.41.22 ll?
address.

1


a

i. (U) Based on the log information,.l can tell someone downloaded the .pd|?beeause a
document number? follows the request. A document number indicates that the user
opened the document. Additionally, if t_he user has downloaded the document, then the log will
say name.

9. (U) I also conducted database queries to pull other information and to pull information sorted
in different ways. Again, I wrote a variety of SQI. queries to do this. The results are contained
in the following ?les:

document __views.lst

document ?views _documents Nearliest.lst
sql__doeun1ents.lst
sql_dvs_documents_users.lst

_searches.lst

sql_users.lst

10. (U) The query ?sql_uscrs.lst? is the result 01? the SQL command that wrote to pull the
lntelink Passport Account information for the user with the tirst name ?Bradley? and the last
name ?Manning.? The information the query produced revealed that the user with the Passport
identi?cation ?bradley.e.manning" had his organization listed as his ?F.mpioyee_ Type"
as ?Military"; and his ?Rank? as His registered entail address was
I-lis identi?cation number was ?3l 169.?

1 l. (U) To assist in, among other things, determining the names ofthe product numbers that
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the user with the identification number ?3l I got the identification number from the query I
conducted in ?sqi_users.lst? to limit to search to only pull the documents viewed by the user of
the lntelink Passport Account with the user name ?brad|cy.e.manning.? I saved that query as
?sql_ _doeuments.lst.? I wrote another SQL command tojust limit the query of to
document numbers and times, which is saved as ?sql__doeument_views.lst.? also wrote a SQL
command to pull the document names in order ofcarlicst viewed, which 1 saved as
has all the views
by user ?3l 169? saved in the order the user viewed them.

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c. (U) The classi?cation ofthe title is



e. (U) The classification of the memorandlun is



l3. (U) 'l'he information 1 provided is computer generated and only limited people have access
to the have no reason to believe that the information I provided was not accurate.
On I9 June 2032, attested to the authenticity ofthe ClAWire log tiles, containing the above
listed logs and queries. The attestation is numbers: 00449441-0044944l. Prosecution
Exliiliit tgnfor Identi?cation is the logs.


ANGEL M. OVERGAARD THOMAS HURLEY BRADLEY B. MANNING
CPT, JA MAJ, JA PFC, USA
Assistant Trial Counsel Defense Counsel Accused
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6 pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed for Reason 2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated 20 August 2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
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Prosecution Exhibit 136
1 CD
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed for Reason 2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated 20 August 2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record of Trial

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UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY

Manning, Bradley E^
PFCUSArmy,
HHC, U S Army Garrison,
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall
Fort Myer, Virginia 222II

Mr Maxwell Allen
^^June20I3

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel,that ifMr,
Maxwell Allen were present to testis during the merits and pre-sentencing phases ofthis courtmartial,he would testily substantially as Ibllows:
1, lam currently employed with the Central Intelligence Agency(CIA)and have worked there
fior six years. Before that,Iwasacontractor with Oraclefiorten years. Oracle is the largest
database company in the world and is the platfiorm for the Open Source Center(OSC) database,
Iwork on the contract for the OSC, lam the lead database engineer and database administrator
fiortheOSC, lhave been the lead database administrator and engineer Ibr two years, Asa
database engineer,lbuild and develop databases to efficiently store and retrieve data and asa
database administratorlmaintain the databases. As the lead,Iam in charge of the database
engineers and administrators,
2, The OSC isawebsite controlled by the Central Intelligence Agency(CIA), which requiresa
userto have ariose account to access infbrmation,The website is located on the unclassified
system, SIPRNET,andJ^ICS and allowsauser, once authenticated, to conduct searches of
various files created by the CIA and other organisations. The OSC contains reports and
translations fi'om thousands ofunclassified publications, television and radio programs, and
Intemet sources around the world.
^

3, The OSC carmotcompletearequestbyauser without logging the request in the audit logs. In
other words, ifthe OSC cannot log its actions, it will stop working and users will not be able to
retrieve their requests and view pages on the website, ^econductamonthly check of the logs
to ensttre the system isfitnctioningproperly,andwe always keep the database up to date by
installing all updates, Typica11y,the purpose of checking the audit logs is to see if there are any
errors in the automated process,
4, The OSC database creates three separate types oflogs: application logs, server logs, and
firewall logs. In this case,Ipulled the application logs. The other logs would refiect the same
basic information inadiflerentlbrmaL The logs are created every time an event occurs, Inthis
case, we were asked to pull any user information for "Bradley Manning,"as well as audit logs
associated with the user names on any "Bradley Marming" accounts,
5, Aslstated, an OSC account is required to access the OSC, ToapplyfioranOSCaccount,a
user has to enter their personal information in the application, ^hen applying for an account on
SIPRNET,the account is automatically approved upon application and confirmation of the
SIPRNETemail address. Having an OSC account allows you to access the OSC website through

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SIPRNET. Ifauser wants to access sites not within OSC,the user has to log on to those sites
separately even if the user clicks onalir^fi^om within the OSC website,
^, Isearched the database for any combination ofBradley and Manning, Afier looking at the
first and last names on the accounts,ldetermined that there were two accounts with the first
name Bradley and the last name Marming, Both the accounts were on the SIPRNET, lopened
the account information for those accounts and took screenshots ofthe account information by
pressing control and enter to tak^eascreenshot,
a. The first account hadauser name of"Bmanning." The name entered by the individual
creating the account was Bradley Edward Marming. The phone number was (240) 7^4-0431.
The secret level email given was Bradley.manning^2bct10mtn. The security question was
"^atcity/towndidyougrowupin7"Theanswergivenbytheaccountuserwas"Crescent.^^
The account was opened on^November 2009 and the last login was6November 2010.
Prosecution E^l^iI^it(PE^^^for Identification is the account screenshot with BATES number:
00374393.
b. The second account hadauser name "bradass^7," The name entered by the individual
creating the account was Bradley Edward Manning, The phone number was (312) ^48-8722,
The secret level email given was bradley,manning^us,army,smil,mil. The security question was
"^Vhatcity/tov^didyougrowupin7" The answer given by the account user was "Crescent,"
That accotmt was opened on 20 February 20IOand the last login wa^17ApriI 2010, P E l ^ f o r
ID is the second accotmtscreenshot with BATES number: 00374394,
7. Topull the logs associated with the accounts with the user names "bmanning" and
"bradass^7,"lv^oteasqI query and entered it into the database. Inthequery,laskedthe
database to pull all the audit events by the users "bmanning" and "bradass^7." Sql isastructural
query language fbr extracting and inserting inadatabase. It isastandard computer language to
interact with databases. In other words, sql isatool used to perform inquires and pull data fi'om
adatabase. The sql query pulled the logs and put them intoareadableformaL In order to
accomplish the sql query,lwent to the black command prompt screen, typed in the query,hit
enter, and the computer generated the logs. Ithen saved the logs as well as the sql querylused
to pull those logs. Acomputer-generated process pulls the logs, andldid not format them as sql
does it automatically. Ithen saved the logs.
^. Iwill explain the logs by column and using following line pulled from the
"bradass^7 distinct export withclassifications.xls":
AUDIT EVENT ID
36135654

DATE TIME
20-FEB-lO
04.45.52.000000000
AM

ACTOR
bradass87

AUDIT ACTION
Viewed Holding

TARGET
11943026

DATA NAME
TITLE

DATA VALUE
Daily Tells UK,
Dutch To Stop
'Bullying',
Accept Iceland's
Compensation
Offer (U)

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numerically to events. An event is data received, like looking at a document. Each different
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event hasadiflerent line on the audit data^ however, each action has the same audit event
identification. Therefore, there may be several lines to describe one action,which all have the
same audit event identification. In the above example line, the audit event id is 36135^54,
b, CoIumn2is the Date/Time Group logs the date and time of the evenL In the above
example line, thedate/timegroup is20 Feb10at04:45:52,000000000 AM,
c, Co1umn3is the actor. It is the user account that is creating the event. In the above
example line, the actor is "bradass87," That was the user account name foraSIPRNET OSC
account with the name "Bradley Manning,"
d, Co1umn4is the audit action, which tells you what the user did on the OSC website, Inthe
above example line, the audit action is "viewed holding," This means the document whose title
appears in the data value column was opened by the "bradass^7" user accounL
e, CoIutrm5is the target. The target identifies what the user was accessing on the OSC
website. In the logs that we pulled forthis case, the targets were most ofien numbers that
identified specific documents or other areas of the website the user clicked on, such asTopic
Cotmtries, In the above example line, the target is 11945572,which isadocumenL
f, CoIumn6contains the data name,which further describes the target as well as the next
column, the data value column. In the above example, the data name is title. That means that
the target was the document and the data value in the following column is the title ofthe
documenL
g, Column7is the data value, which is what the data actually is. In the above example line,
the data value is the title "DailyTellsUI^,DutchToStop ^Bullying',Accept Iceland's
Compensation Officer (U),"
h, Tosummari:^e, the above example means that the user "bradass^7" clicked on the page
with the document entitled "DailyTeIIsU^,DutchToStop ^Bullying',Accept Iceland's
Compensation Officer (U)" on 20 February 2010, Iknow the page opened and the document
displayed; otherwise, the action would not have logged,
9, In this case,IaIsoconductedasql search of the database for all the document titles that were
viewed by the user account "bradass^7," lsavedthemas"bradass^7 sum export with
classifications," Idid this as it was an easier format to view what document titles were viewed
by the user, Usingtheaboveexamp1eand"bradass^7 sum export with classifications" you can
match the target, which contains the holding identification with the document title. In the above
example, the target(and holding identification) is 11945572, which again, matches with the title
"Dai1yTellsU^,DutchToStop ^Bullying',Accept Iceland'sCompensation Officer,"
10, Based upon the review ofthe audit logs, it appears that "bmanning" began using his account
on 2^ November 2009 and looked at Homeland Sect^ity information. He did not conduct any
activity on his account afier that date. The subsequent two dates are automatic entries to track
the lapsing and expiration ofthe accounts, P E ^ f o r ID are the OSC logs for the user account
"bmanning,"

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11, Based upon the review ofthe audit logs, it appears that "bradass^7" began using the OSC on
20 February 2010and looked atavariety of documents associated with wikileaks and Iceland,
The "bradass^7"accountwaslastusedonl7April2010.PE^for ID are theOSC logs forthe
user account "bradass^7,"
12, The informationlprovided is computer generated and only limited people have access to the
information, lhave no reason to believe that the informationlprovided was not accurate. On 29
Jtme2012,lattested to the authenticity of the OSC log files, containing the following logs, with
the following date ranges: "bmanning distinct export with classification,xls"(date ranged
November2009to9November2010);"bradass^7 distinct export withcIassification,xls"(date
range20February2010to17April2010);"bradass^7 sum export withclassification,xls"(no
date range). The logs thatlattested to in this case were in the excel formaL Althoughl
originally pulled the logs inadifferent format, the content was identical to the logs thatlpulled.
In the same 29 June 20l2attestation,Iattested to the authenticity of the OSC user information
files entitled Opensource.gov-bmanning,pdf and Opensource,gov-bradass^7,pdf. This attestation
isBATESnumber005051^4.

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CPT,JA
AssistantTrial Counsel

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THOMAS HURLEYS
MAJ,JA
De^nse Counsel

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UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA

Manning, Bradley E.
PFCU.S.Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall
FortMyer,Vir^inia 22211

STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY
SSG Peter Bi^elow
June 2013

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel,andTrial Counsel,that ifSSG
Peter Bigelow were present to testity during the merits and pre-sentencing phases ofthis courtmartial, he would testily substantially as follows:
1, lam currently the Battalion S4 NCOIC for the 7^2d Brigade Support Battalion, ^2d Airborne
Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Irecentlylefi my position as the Supply Sergeant for the
2d NATO Signal Battalion in Italy, IhavebeenactivedutyArmy since 2004. Prior to that,1
served in the Army National Guard fi-om 1999 to 2000 and the Marine Corps fi-om19^9to1993
and again from199^to 1999.
2, Iknow PFC Marming because he came to work for me in the supply shop afier leaving the S2
shop during our deployment to Contingency Operating Base(COB)Hammer, Iraq. Helefithe
S2 shop on approximate1y^May2010and joined the supply room the following day,on
approximately9May2010. At that time,Iwas the Headquarters and Headquarters Company
(HHC), 2d Brigade (BDE),10th Mountain Division Supply SergeanL Inthisposition,Iwas
responsible for supporting the Brigade and also handling the logistical needs for the Brigade
Headquarters Company and Staffconsisting ofmy Company Commander; Executive Officer;
and the arms, supply,and orderly room persormel. In the supply room, PFC Marming would
help out with tasks, such as moving supplies, photocopying, or running messages or paperwork
to other sections, Idid not always have things for PFC Manning to do, so he typically had
several hoursaday during his shifi where he did nothing but readabook or surf the intemeL
3, Ifirst became awareofthe investigation and misconduct at issue in these proceedings afier
getting back fi-omasupply run toVictory Base Complex in Iraq on 27 May2010, Upon my
retum,Iwas told to get PFC Manning because CID was en route to question him. That
instruction came from CPT Lim, the 2dBDES2. He asked me to stay with PFC Manning until
CID arrived. Afierldropped my gear,Iwent immediately to the Supply Office, got PFC
Marming, and requested myArmor Sergeant watch him until otherwise instructed,
4, CID arrived that evening. They interviewed me regarding leaked material andPFC
Manning'scomputer usage. ladvised the investigating agents thatPFC Marming had had access
to my NIPR and personal computer, and that,whileldid not know ifPFC Manning had used my
SIPRmachine,lhad seen him sitting behind iL IconsentedtoaCID agent taking my personal
laptop. The CID agent also collected my GovemmentNIPRandSIPRhard drives. laskedthat
the agent to take only the hard drives from the Govemment computers, because, afier CID's
investigation ofthe S2shop,we were running out of computer terminals. Isigned my personal

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computer and the supply room NIPR and SIPRhard drives over to the agent on an evidence
custody form that she supplied.
5. PFC Manning used my personal computer and my NIPR computer. Ilet him use my personal
computer afierlnoticed that he was checking his personal email and surfing the web on the
goverrm^ent computer. At no point didlever log into any ofPFCManning'spersonal accounts,
such as Gmail, Amazon or Charles Schwab. lalso did not conduct any searches on crossdressing and did not purchaseabook on Amazon called "Facial Femini:^ation Surgery AGuide
fortheTransgendered^oman." Idid not know what the Global Address List(GAL)was. I
never searched for any information related to it, nor didlever download or take any actions to
otherwise extract it or information related to iL lalso never searched for information relating to
"Julian Assange,""^ikileaks,"or"vba outlook write text file." lalso have never nameda
folder or file with the word "blah,"particularly not one on my Govemment NIPR computer.

^Wx^-^^-'^CA^

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ANGEL
ERGAARD
CPT, JA
Assistant Trial Counsel

THOMAS F. HURLEY ^
MAJ, JA
Military Defense Counsel

^^/y^vi^
BRADI^gY^ MANNING
PFC, USA
Accused

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UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E^
PFCU.S.Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

SA Alfred Williamson
June2013

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel,andTrial Counsel,that ifSA
Alfred Williamson were present to testify during the merits and pre sentencing phases of this
court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows:
1. Ibegan working for the Computer Crimes Investigation Unit(CCIU)oftheU.S.Army
Criminal Investigation Command(CID)in 2006. lam currentlyacriminal investigator Special
Agent (SA). In 2010and 2011,Iwasadigital forensic examiner and SA,working in the Digital
Forensics and Research Branch of CCIU. SA David Shaver was my supervisor. Priorto
working for CCIU,Iworkedasacomputer forensic Special Agent for the Department of
Homeland Security fi'om 2002 to 2006. From 1992 to 2002,Iserved asapolice officer inTexas.
2. lhave attended and received training in multiple areas related computer forensic examination.
This training includesTreasury Department computer forensic courses through the Federal Law
EnforcementTraining Center, nine weeks ofintermittent training inAPlus,pre-computer
evidence response, and basic computer evidence response techniques. For my work with CIIU,I
have attended additional training on digital media collection and forensic examination, as well as
computer crime scene investigation, fiom the Defense Cyber InvestigationsTraining Academy
(DCITA), under the Detense Cyber Crime Center (DC3). lhave industry certifications from
CompTIAinAPIus, Network Plus, and Security Plus. Further,IamaMicrosofi certified
specialist in^indows Vista andacertified Ethical Hacker. lhave obtained all three
Department ofDefense forensic examination certifications in digital media collection, digital
examination, and computer crimes investigations. lam alsoacertified EnCase Examiner
through Guidance Sofiware, the makers ofthe EnCase forensic tool. Fina11y,IhaveGIAC
certifications in forensic examination and analysis, as well as security.
3. As part ofthis case,Iconductedaforensic examination ofProsecution Exhibit (PE) I I , a
U.S.goverrm^entNIPR^ETcomputer collected from the supply armex on FOB Harrm^er, Iraq.
The IP addressofthis computer was 144.107.17.19. Specifically,Iexaminedtheverified-byhash forensic image obtained by SA Calder Robertsonfi-omthe hard drive ofthis computer. The
original forensic laboratory examination request camefi:omone ofthe CID agents in Iraq, SA
Toni Graham. Initial examination ofthe forensic image revealed that it contained the windows
XP operating system and the computer was set to Baghdad time(GMT^3:00). Before
begirming my examination of the forensic image,Iperformedastandard virus scan on this
computer and confirmed that it had no malicious files.

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4. lused the EnCase forensic sofiware tool to conduct my examination. This sofiware is
commonly used by forensic examiners. It verifies the hash value ofthe evidence being examined
so that the examiner can be sure he is analysing an exact duplicate ofthe originally collected
evidence. Ahash value isaunique identifier tbrapiece of electronic information that is made
up ofaseriesofnumbers and letters. lhave used EnCase sofiware extensively. lencountered
no errors during my examination. Overall, my forensic examination identified four main things
of note. Iwill address each finding in tum.
5. The supply armexNIPRNETcomputer was not configured for Common Access Card(CAC)
login, as the "scforceoption" value was not presenL Instead,ausemame and password were
required to logon. On login to the computer byauser, the computer was set to displaya
Department ofDe^nse waming banner and legal notice. The notice read:
^^ATTENTIONl^^ This is a DOD computer system. Before
processing classified information, check the security accreditation
level ofthis system. Do not process, store, or transmit information
classified above the accreditation level of this system. This
computer system, includingall related equipment, networks and
networkdevices(includesIntemetaccess)areprovidedonIy for
authorised U.S, Govemment use. DOD computer systems may be
monitored for all lawful purposes, including ensuring that use
authorised, for management of the system, tofacilitate protection
against unauthorised access and to verify security procedures,
survivabi1ity,and operational security. Monitoring includes, but is
not limited to, active attacks by authorised DOD entities to test or
verify the security ofthis system. During monitoring, information
may be examined, recorded, copied, and used for authorised
purposes. All information, including personal information, placed
on or sent over this system may be monitored. Use of this DOD
computer system, authori:^ed or unauthori^ed,constitutes consent
tomonitoring, Unauthori^eduse of thisDOD computer system
Evidence of
may subject you to criminal prosecution.
unauthorised use collected during monitoring may be used for
administrative, criminal, or other adverseaction, ^^Use ofthis
system constitutes consent to monitoring for all lawful purposes,^^
The DoD waming banner and legal notice did not explicitly prohibit the dov^loading of email
addresses, lam not aware of any restriction or guidance that precludes one from downloading
email addresses from Outlook,
6. The supply annex NIPRNETcomputerhada"bradley,manning" user accounL This account
was not created untiI21May2010, My examination revealed that the user ofthe
bradley,marming user account visited the website http://news,google,com and searched for
"wikileaks" on21May2010. The bradley.manning user account visited websites related to nonjudicial punishment under Artic1e15on21May2010, The bradley.marming user account also
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on21 May 2010. lalso looked at the Microsofi Outlook nickname file under the
bradley.marming user accounL The nickname list or file is automatically generated whenauser
sends an email with Microsofi Outlook. This nickname file revealed two email addresses
associated with Mr. Adrian Lamo. ^henlexamined the Recycle Bin ofthe bradley.marming
user account,Ifoundatext file that contained the contents ofaPGP-encrypted email
communication between PFC Manning and Mr, Adrian Lamo. The text file was named "Second
Attempt". This "Second Attempt" text file was initially located under "My Documents",but was
later moved by the user to the Recycle Bin,
7, Other than the items just described,1initial1y found very little ofinvestigative interest under
the brad1ey,manning user accounL Ilater went back and examined the entire computer,
including the other user accounts present on the computer,when Mr, Mark Johnson found
re^rences to the United States Forceslraq Global Address List(GAL)during his examination of
PFC Marming'spersonal computer, including extracts ofwhat appeared to beaMicrosofi
Exchange GAL with thousands of email addresses. Accordingly,Iwent back and examined the
entire computer, including the "peter.bigelow" user accounL
^. ^Vhenllooked at the supply armex NIPRNET again, it appeared to me that PFC Marming or
someone with access to his personal accounts was operating the computer under the user account
peter.bigelow, Isay this for several reasons.
9, First, examination ofthe "My Documents" folder underthe peter.bigelow user account
revealedalarge text file that appeared to be an extract ofaMicrosofi Exchange GAL. The text
file was named "blah.txt". "Blah" isanaming convention that was used by PFC Manning for
files on his personal computer and his SIPRNETcomputer,
10, Second,Ifound five files related to the GAL in the Recycle Bin ofthe peter.bigelow user
account—^two text files named "blah.txt",two".^ip" archives named "blah,^ip"(each containing
atext file named "blah,txt"),andatext file named "tmp,txt". All ofthese files found in the
Recycle Bin appeared to have been created and deleted on 13 May 2010, and in between creating
and deleting these files, the user ofthe peter,bige1ow account also viewed the bradley.e.marming
Gmail account inbox. All ofthese files, text files and ,^ip archives, contained extracts ofwhat
appeared to beaMicrosofiExchange GAL similar to the content of the text file found under the
"My Documents" folder. Iwas not surprised to find various files, because given the huge
amount of dataaGlobal Address List contains, it would be easier to manage fragments rather
thanawhole intact file.
11, As stated before,Ifound two large text files named "blah,txt" contained within the",:^ip"
archives in the Recycle Bin ofthe peter,bige1ow user accounL The two text files are dif^renL
One contains approximate1y74,000 Exchange-formatted email addresses(emails text file), and
the other contains the units, rarrks, and sections of personnel that correspond with the email
addresses (names text file), PE 47 for ID isaCD containing the names text file. If fully
printed, this text file would be 1,3^6 pages, P E ^ f o r ID isatwenty-page excerptfi-omthe
names text file. PE 4^ for ID isaCD containing the emails text file. Iffi^IIy printed, this text
file would also be 1,386 pages. P E ^ f o r ID isatwenty-page excerpt fi'om the emails text file.
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the data in the files recovered from the abovefileswith the actual Iraq GAL. Idid not attempt to
communicate with any ofthe email addresses located in the abovefilesand am unaware whether
the listed emails were fi^nctioning.
12. Third, someone using the peter,bigelow account also searched for "wikileaks" and "julian
assange",
13. Fourth, the Recycle Bin of the peter.bigelow user account containedaPDF of military
documents pertaining to PFC Marming named "tmp.pdF'.
14. Fina11y,the Intemet history for the peter.bigelow user account contained web pages
displaying the logged-in user as PFC Manning. Specifica11y,in the "index.dat" fi1e,Iobserved
logins to PFC Marming'sArmy Knowledge Online (A^O)email account, as well as logins to the
bradley.e.manning Gmail accounL "Index.dat" isafile used by windows to record website and
local files accessed byauser to help speed up the loading of pages in Microsofi Intemet Explorer
and windows Explorer, lalso found several temporary intemet files that were Amazon.com
webpages. One of the pages displayed PFC Marming'sname and address in the "Shipping to"
and "Billing" sections. There was no evidence in the "index.dat" file thatauser of the
peter.bigelow account visited theTwitter or WikiLeaks websites, nor didlfind any evidence that
the user visited anti-American or extremist websites. My forensic examinations produced no
evidence ofa^ikileaks Most wanted list or any suspiciousfinancialtransactions. Ifound no
references to Jason I^at^ during my investigation.
15. ^ i t h regards to the Global Address List information,Ia1so found evidence that the user of
the peter.bigelow user account had searched for information on the intemet relating to the global
address lisL Specifically,in the temporary intemet fi1es,IfoundaGoogIe search page with
results for searching "global address list Microsofi excel macro". This search occurred o n l l
May2010, AMicrosofi Excel macro isacomputer program used within Microsofi Excel to
automate common procedures within Microsofi Excel, P E ^ f o r l D i s a p r i n t o u t of the search
page from this computer showing the Google results thatlwas able to recover from the computer
in the temporary internet files. P E ^ f o r ID isasearch page showing Google results fora
search for"globa1 address list macro outlook". This search also occurred on11May2010and
this webpage was recovered from the temporary intemet files as welL AMicrosofi Outlook
Macro is similar to the description above foraMicrosofi Excel Macro, but for Microsofi Office,
P E ^ f o r ID isaGoogle search page with results fi'omasearch for "vba outlook v^ite text file".
This search occurred on 13 May 2010. "VBA"is short for "Visual Basic for App1ications."This
Google search provided links to instructions on how to computer program inVisua1Basic,a
common programming language for Microsofi Office products, that can be used to export
information fi'om Outlook toa",txt" file, although emails can also be saved by clicking on "save
as" in Outlook and se1ecting",txt" file type. Temporary internet files isafolder in the windows
operating system used to cache or store websites visited by the user through Intemet Explorer or
other web browsers. The storing or caching ofthese webpages allows these websites to load
more quickly the next time they are visited by the user. They are also used typically by forensic
examiners to determine what webpagesauser previously accessed.

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Grant MAJ G5 Planner

James SSG MNC-I CJ6 SCO

Ayar CIV G2 Linguist

an SSG 4-4 ARB Ammunition NCOIC

CLP MNF-I 16 SB

SSG 3D ESC Tech Desk NCOIC

Capt

othy USAF

Karima CIV IRQ CPP

eith MAJ 3ID 3D CA BN SPC PROJ OFF

Joseph CIV JIDC Polygraph Examiner

Ryan CTR MNFI STRATCOMM

Kevin CIV MNF-I CJ2 Intel Analyst

Kristopher SPC MI AEB Clerk

-Peele, Ysian SGT JMMT OPS NCOIC USA
Arvelle SSG 1AD ZBCT HHC 2-6 IN BN

Duane SGT 265TH MCT

Jake SPC USA DIV 2 BDE 25 CAV 214



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hakelia SGT TF 134 J4

illie 1LT 1-151 CAV PLT Leader

BRENT E. SGT ECO 1/244 MAINT

Carl SGT 101st HR CO

neth SPC 320th MP BN
Charles CTR MNF-I DCGS-A 1st Systems Integrator
Jason SFC MNC-I 56 IBCT S3 OPS NCO

Dennis COL 86TH CSH

Lisa SPC 224TH MI BN

Aaron MNC-I TTVSAT S3
arles LTC MNC-I SJA

vid SGT 3-4 AMD

lliam MAJ CAFTT

Justin SGT USD-C G2 ACE GEOINT NCO

Matthew 1LT USA 63rd ENG Leader

A CW3 3D ESC

Anthony 2LT MSC 374th FMCO

Robert CPT 4th CAB AMR Officer

Susan MAJ JIDC Physician

Chagoll SGT 7SB Supply Clerk

David MAJ MNC-I 41st FB Engineer
Christopher MAJ Taji RCC Contracting Officer
ph 1LT

ichael MAJ MNC-I C9 Planner

Sean LTC CJSOTF LNO

Matthew

hristopher

bert SSG 3BCT82AB 5-73 CAV

Willie

yle MAJ 1-6 INF BTL XO

harles 1LT HHC 3 STB 3 BCT 4 1D Assistant S3
illiam MAJ 11th MP BDE G3 Operations Officer
lan LTC MNCI-I 18TH ENG S-8 OIC

Stuart J..SPC 1-161 IN Medic

Kenneth SSG USA DIV 25 BDE 2 CAV 214

Shane E-3 135 QM Tactical Comms

rich CPT MNC-I Biometrics LNO

att, Michael A CAPT MNFI CJ9 ED

nald SFC USA DIV 25 BDE 2 CAV 214 TDS NCOIC
hden CPT 4th CAB JAG

Heidi JIDC Analyst JEC

tthew MSG 33rd

Brant SGT 3-159th ARB Crew Chief

Kendra CPT 10th CSH

Shayne PFC MNF-I 64th MED DET (VS)

Vaughn W4 USA 555th ENG BDE HHC Design Tech
Arthur SPC Finance Cashier

rthur SGT MNC-I C7 Admin

lifford JCCI Contract Specialist

aniel CIV MRAP, FSR

eslie SPC 115 CSH

atrick SFC MNC-I 94 ENG

aula SPC 110th QM Chaplin Asst

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Ricardo SFC MNC-I JOC LNO
Ricardo SFC LNO
Teshara LT MNF-I 1863 MED DET



ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
OFFICER

William A SGT

arrett 1LT 250th BSB S4

Steven MSG MNC-I C3 TMW-CADOC NCOIC
Charles
Eric 1SG C. Co 225 BSB
Fernando SGT HHT 6?9 CAV, HBCT,
Hector SSG MNF-I 673 MED
Juan 1LT 2-8 Cav PL
Roberto SGT 404 ASB CO Squad Leader

Paul A

Yasmin SPC 113 INF

SSG SIGINT Intel Analyst

IanKelly SSG 2-25 1-14 IN BN PSD NCO

Jorge SSG 1-38 IN BAS NCOIC

Kenia SPC 3/566th Postal

Maher CIV 1-38 IN S-2

Monnica MAJ 115th CSH

Robert MAJ DOIA

Roberto 1SG 1/10th FA

Roboam MSG TF Thunderbird Career Counselor
Tammy CW2 404 ASB

Tammy CPT MNF-I 345 CSH 66H Registered Nurse
Vincent MAJ USD-C 389th CSSB SPO

olentino, Nelson A SGT 1163rd ASMC

Aimee 1LT DSTB Co MSP PL

Juan PFC USA Scania 635th MCT

David CIV MNC-I JCCS-I FSR

Douglas SGT MNF-I CMD GRP (CSM Team Leader)
Michael 1LT BSTB PLATOON LEADER

Kevin SSG 32 MP Squad Leader

ourtney CPT MNF-I 325 BSB Ops

rich CPT USA 56th MMB FHP IMO

Brian H. LTC G4 96th SB LNO
Daniel CW2 4/2 HHC S4 TRANS
Douglas SGT MNF-I CMD GRP
John A. MAJ
Andrew SPC TF ODIN COMMO

Laura LtC0l MNF-I JFCOM

David 2LT IN Platoon Leader
Christopher SSG MNC-I 1-8 IN

Denise SFC 7SB Food Service NCOIC

Glenn A MNF-I 3~lO GSAB QC OIC

Heather CIV MNC-I REC CELL CULTURAL ANALYST
William SGT 2-25 1-14th

ames CPT 30BCT STB HHC

oss SSG 1195th TC ACC

n, Barton SSG MNC-I USA 304 CA BDE

Jason A SPC Logistics

Scott SGT MSC 398th CSSB 503rd Maint Co

ICD














I

(CSM Team Leader)

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I

I

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Paul SSG TRP 1-124 CAV Battle CPT
Britani 1LT 202nd MP Platoon Leader
rk SSG 16 ENG BDE Sr BDE Paralegal NCO
Chad 1LT JASG-C 50TH
Heather SPC l-181 BSB Mail Clerk
DuShawn LTC USA 469th FMC Central Funding Officer
Rachel L. SPC 91st MP BN 229th MP Co. Supply
Darrin SPC 86TH CSH
y, Shannon 362 ERS Transmissions Systems Tech
Stephen 1LT IN XO
Robert 1Lt co XO
Terry CPL 362 PSYOP Assistant Team Leader
Terry CPL CA 2-8 CAV
Katrina SPC USA 54th EN BN
Ewen CPT CEXC Australian XO
acher, Robert CIV BDE FSR
Cory A SPC A 5-82nd FA Commo
James SFC 1-161 INF TOC OPS
Nicholas LTCOL GBR MNFI FSEC
Russell 1LT 101st 3BCT l-7 FA Co ECP OIC
Sean CAATT Senior Advisor
Stephen PFC DSTB Co Shop Tech
William SPC 345th CSH 68WM6
Kevin G812 BUSK BALDWIN
homas SPC 3-4 64 BSB SPO TRANS MC
Timothy 586th
lliot SPC 25th ID SUO ID Cards Machine
mothy SSG TF TROY Trainer
Anthony CPL Laboratory Tech
sen, Warren CPT 306th MP BN
eith MAJ USA 34ID G5 G5 Engineer Planner
William I. SPC
MICHAEL PFC CSSB ARMORER
Tremain 2LT 2BSTB CO XO
Charlie A SGM MNCI-PYSOP S-3
Charlie SPC 258th MP CO
Andree 732nd ECES VM
Anthony PFC 84 ENG Administrative Clerk
Anthony SSG MITT 3-69 Log NCO
Benjamin CPT 3-8 CAV Company Commander
Brain 1LT MSC 9l MP BN Plans OIC
Brandon SGT A Co, 146th ESB
Brent A SGT 68th Trans Co Training NCOIC
Brian A MAJ USA FECC
Brian PFC 3-BSTB 35F INTEL ANALYST
Christopher MSG 342nd MP OPS SGT
Christopher PFC MSC 398th CSSB 62nd QM
David CIV ITT
David SPC 602nd
David W. 557
Dean
Donald SGT TF 34 2?149th AVN Team Leader
Fabrekus PFC 3?l59th ARB Tech Supply Clerk

I

Maint Co
ERHS Electrical

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an MNC-I C9 MNF-W LNO

ames CTR MNF-I DISO Communications Specialist
ere SSG MNC-I 1-163 FA CSC SL

ohn 1SG 163d MI BN First Seargent
osh SPC 2BCT 47th FSB ADOC
ustin 1LT 1-151 CAV TRP XO

ai SGT MNF-I 51SBE KIRKUK HELPDESK
evin

yle A PFC MNC-I 54th NCO

atthew CPT MND-SE, J-3 LNO

ichael CPT 93rd MP BN Chaplain

obert 1SG MNC-I 1-10 CAV

obert CIV MNF-I FSR Warlock

hawn SPC 10 CSH

hawn SFC NCOIC MITT 0800

tanley SSG HSB 2-11 FA Automations NCOIC
teven SPC MNC-I 2-20 FA I3P

torrmi SPC MNF-I 3-7 FA Commo Chief
ague 834th ASB PLT NCO

imothy CW2 3D ESC

imothy CPT 1AD 2BCT 2-6 INF HHC CO
ravis S. USAF 532 ESFS QRF USA
incent CW4 MNF-I 30 CSSB

1 SPC 702nd BSB BMSO

ard A SPC HHC 1-14 Companyy RTO
Matthew SFC 15th FIN ops
11ip PFC 2-1 STB Operator
Rafael NMI CTR J3

Ricardo CIV 3/566 Posta10ffice
Thomas CTR IND ALMCO

Aaron PFC 40th ESB

Alvin SSG MNF-I 181 BSB

Benjamin SGT MNF-I 1st Space BDE
Carlos SPC 1-4 ARB CO ALSE Tech
Chelin SSG 414 CA Medic

Christopher SSG MNC-I 41st FB PSD NCOIC
Daniel SSG MNC-I 56th IBCT S4 NCO
Danilo CIV MNC-I JFC Military Analyst
Edmundo A 8TH MED LOG USA

Francis SSGT MND-SE, 557 ERHS Electrical
Francisco CIV

Hector CPT DBE BTT 1/14/4 XO

Hilario PFC MNC-I 632 MTC Training
Jonathan A SPC MNF-I CO 40TH ESB
Jorge SGT USA DSTB

Jorge SSG USA G2 GEOINT

Jose SSG Co. 949 CC

Kelvin A1C 332nd ESFS FRAID RTO
Kenneth CW2 Property Book Officer
Maria MNF-I 326 EN BN

Oscar CTR Phoenix Academy Instructor

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2, Patricia L.

2, Pedro CPT MNC-I 345 CSH AN

2, Pedro CIV 8th MEDLOG Senior Logistics Warehouseman
Z, Rafael A CPT 2-113 INF
2, Rafael PV2 IAD 2BCT 40th EN BN S3
2, Richard A PO1 MSC
2, Rodrigo Rogelio SPC 1-161 INF
zGonzalez, Eduardo 1SG 2-12 CAV Co 1SG
znunez, Rossmery SGT 328th MP CO Supply SGT

Craig SPC MNF-I HHT 1-124 CAV Medic

Ericson A IT2 NPDB-5

Lauren Grace 1LT 4-3 ACR

MAJ JASG-C 50TH

Randall CPT 1-128 IN HHC Commander
Kirk LTC MNC-I USA 304 CA BDE
Kirk MNC-I LTC MROC Plans Chief

Larry CIV MNC-I AMC FAST MRAP INSTR

Jennifer SPC MNC-I 772nd MP Co Medic

John W. CW3 HHC 49th MP BDE Auto WO

Rosa PVT Taji TIFRC Services VTC

Shanta SPC MNC-I 81 BSTB

Gordon CIV RSO

Jason SSG 3-4 1-68 CAB

Steven MIU COL JASG-C 50TH

Marc COL 56 SBCT Commander
ohnny SSG 2BCT10MTN 1-89 CAV

Daisy RANK JASG-C 50TH

Jasson SA MNF-I CID

Kevin MAJ 3-142 HHC s3

Michael SPC STB AFATDS Operator
?Fernandez, Yanira SGT 106th Finance Supply Clerk
Norbet SSG 2-8 Cav

Aaron PFC MNF-I HHC 40th ESB Paralegal Specialist
Antone SSG 303RD M1 BN JESTR LNO

Charles SGT 404 ASB CO Aircraft Electrical Supply
Christopher SGT Warlock EOD MU 12-1 EOD operator
Clifford SFC 664 ORD CO ASP PLATOON SGT
Courtland SSG 89th TC Motor SGT

Ennis CPT MNC-I 6-17 CAV TRP CDR

Jerald SGT JIDC Section Leader ICE

John 1LT MNF-I 233rd HET PLT Leader

Keith

Larry CIV DOJ
Norbert SSG 2-8 Cav Dco HQ PSG

Robert SPC 146 ESB

Steven A SPC TF 115 Wheeled Veh Mech
William LTC USAF 332 AW HC Dep. Wing Chaplain
William MNF-I TF Iron Shield Maintenance Officer
Abel CAATT
Danilo SGT 2-25 2-14 CAV Team Leader
Gustavo SPC MNF-I 94 ENG
Vicente SGT MNC-I 812 MP Supply

5

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17850

Kathleen 2LT MNC-I PAO JOC PA OPS Officer
Mario SSG MNC-I 2-20 FA S4

Michael PV2 797th OD CO EOD Commo Spec
John CPT CAV 50th IBCT

Emily Co, 1-128 IN, RTO

eorge LTC 3ID IED-D Targeting Officer
Joshua SGT USA 1-161st INF BN Crew Specialist Commo
Kiel SGT 525th Schools NCO

Kory SSG USA MND-C DSTB FECC

Kyle SFC MNC-I MWD Program Manager

Mark A CIV MRAP BALAD

Scott SFC 2-112 IN Platoon Sergeant

Michael MG MNC-I DCG-O

Michael 1LT LBS Logistician

ichael A SGT MNC-I 70 MCT Operations NCO
aro, Joseph SSG MNF-I 1-184 INF

James LT NPDB-5

0, Ashley SGT 1479 CA TM NCO

Chiquita SSG USA 3?159th ARB HHC

John SGT 167 CSSB Supply NCO

Jonathon SPC 16 ENG BDE CPOF Operator

Jephthe MNF-I 1-124 CAV S4 Clerk

ndrew 1LT A CO DSTB ISF Contracts Officer
Brian PFC 142 CSB Mechanic

James SSG A MNF-I JFC LNO

Mark SGT 320th MP BN

Scott SGT 10th SBTB

n, Jasmine PFC MNC-I STB Awards Clerk

John CIV

Mark A LCDR RCC Contracting Officer

f, Jason MAJ HHC 2-113 INF

n, Timothy Sr SFC 101st 3 BCT 3STB HHC HR NCOIC
Terrence SPC MNF-I 576th MCT

icholas NMI SGT J-3

Chad SSG HHC Motor SGT

Christopher A PFC MNC-I 793rd MP BN HHD Gunner
Michael MSG 421MMB S3 NCOIC

n, Dwight PV2 MNC-I 297th ICTC 553rd CSSB

David SGT 834th ASB

Phillip SGT 949 BSB Team LDR

Gary A CW5 HHC 4-4 ARB

ald SSG MNC-I TF TTROY INTEL SPECIALIST
aitlin SGT MNC-I STB Convoy Driver

Dickson 2LT 2-8 BN LMO

Jorge SSG 50th Chemical Co.

yan SGT 1-4 ARB SHOP TECH NCO

Seth I SFC MNF-I 25TH STB PLATOON SERGEANT

ristopher SSG 317th Eng Co Battle CPT

omas SPC MNC-I 3/3 ACR HWB Fister Unit Armorer
Brian MAJ MNC-I CIG Speechwriter

Michelle SGT USA MND-C G2 GEOINT

Joshua MSC 125th MMT Postal Clerk
Ronald MAJ MSC 398th CSSB SPO

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17851

Aaron CPT 1-124th CAV S3 Plans Officer
effrey USD-C West Deputy G9

John SSG l-161st INF BN TOC NCO

ian S1 NCOIC

ian SSG 129CSSB S-1 NCOIC

ristopher

Vid 1LT 50th BSTB S2

ic 732 ECES

urie A CIV KBR- 520th MCT

tthew CPT LNO

'tChie CPL GBR MNFI SBMIR

bert MNC-I C6 THF

ler 1LT MNC-I 772nd MP Co Plt. LDR

Alonzo SFC P?Troop, 4/3 ACR PLT SGT

Robert A SSG Platoon

Clint CTR L3?Com ISD LEP Screener
Marcus COL AUS MNFI CJ3
Phillip CIV MNC-I Brigade FSR
Serlando SPC 169th Supply Clerk
Jason SSG 2-25 225 BSB HHC GSO NCOIC
dam CPT 30 CSSB
MAJ 211 RSG S1

njanette SSG HQ 3-4 AVN REGT Supply SGT
nthony MAJ MNC-I 41ST FIB S6

arlos CPL HHC 1-4 ARB

arolyn SPC MNC-I 3 ACR

had SPC ARMORER

harles A SGT MSC 398th CSSB 503rd Maint Co
harles SPC X-RAY TECH

avid CIV ITT VBC Theater Team

ia CIV Audit Supervisor

ustin PFC 1-7 FA S-2 Clerk

lizabeth 1LT Co XO

ames A CPT TRP 1-124 CAV Commander

ames MSG 260th CSSB S3 NCOIC

ames SFC 3-4 1-6 INF A 40th Platoon SGT
amone Co 1-4 ARB Section SGT

ered SPC 21st Military Police Company (ABN)
edic

ohn A Civ AMC RPAT RPAT INSPECTOR

oseph PFC 509th 303rd Signal Support
arie CIV TCF Tech

egan PFC 10TH CSH

ichael LTC USA TF449 HHC CMD BDE DCO
igeria CIV Taji HD

olan SFC IHBCT 3ID BRIGADE FIRE SUPPORT SGT
mari ABF2 Cedar POL Det.

aul CTR Border Enforcement Advisor
leas MAJ MNC-I MITT S3

aymond SGT 163rd MI BN Humint Collector USA
onnis SPC MNC-I C2 CACE
eabrook SPC HHC 1HBCT 3ID FSE

haraun SPC MNC-I 2-82 FA

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arky CPT 168th MP BN

nesha MNFristopher SSG MND-SE

sar 2LT 1-141 IN Platoon Leader
mon A. SSG USD-C CMD GRP DCG-EPSO

'Chard CPT 3-16 FA HHB BTRY CDR
?chard SGT MNC-I 589th BSB Metal Worker

Andre PO2 NPDB-5

Vis PVT 4/2 HHC S-1 H.R.

Kirk B. SPC 651st OD Maint CO PSD PSD

INV JASG

ael SGT MNC-I 3-8 CAV Training NCOIC

bara

amie PFC MNC-I 41st FB BDE S3

ula W02 TON MNC-I STB

Bruno SPC MNFI SCID

SGT MND-B DSTB HSC Squad Leader
ori SPC 702nd BSB A CO Legal Clerk

Victor CW4 3-142 HHC Standardizations Officer
Alexis SFC 4-1 BCT LNO

Alfred

Angel SPC MNC-I 643 ENG

Carlos SSG Squad Leader

Carlos SSG USA MND-C DSTB HHC

Carrie A SPC TF49 HHC Orderly Room Clerk
David CIV L3 CI Agent

David HRC MPM EDC Runner

Eddie CIV MNC-I C2 Network Engineer

Edward CIV STB Lep

Francisco CIV 52 AA Supply Technician
Francisco SGT 93rd MP BN Squad Leader
Gabriel PFC MNF-I 378 MCT

George SSG MND-B CMD GROUP DCG-S PSO
Hector CPL 2-124th

Iris MNF-I CJ2 CIOC AP

Joeen CPT 4-1 BCT S-4

John SFC 113 INF

Jonathan MNF-I 727 EACS OL-C

Jose LTC MNC-I 56 IBCT FORCE PROTECTION OIC
Julio SSGT 886th

Lixander SPC MNC-I 690 MED Health Care
Loida SPC MNC-I 54th EN BN HSC S-1 Clerk
Manuel CIV LST 10 Screener

Melinda SFC MND-B G6 Helpdesk NCOIC
Michael A SGT USA 56th MMB MP Shop Foreman
Miguel

Peter SGT TF49 S3 Battle NCO

Rafael

Rafael USAF 532 ESFS NECP USA
Raimundo LTC G-4 ISF LOG OIC

Ramon CIV MANTECH Sr Management Specialist
Richard A1C USAF 532 ESFS SECP USA

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17853

Roberto SSG 591st Medlog Storage NCOIC

Samuel TSGT USAF 532nd ESFS

Victor CPT 398TH FMD

Wilfredo SGT 445th TRANS Drivers Trainer

William SFC 2-25 1-14

agosto, Ramon CTR 402nd AFSB Training Heavy Wheel





















-Torres Leisly SSG MNF-I C6 IA Watch Floor NCO
ichael SPC 2-11 FA, HSB, S2 Analyst

even A SGT 86TH CSH

Patrick SSG MNF-I 94 EN BN S3

atthew SGT USD-C, A Co Radar Mechanic NCO
randon 1LT Co 2-149 AVN GSAB

ustin SSG 351 MP Team Cheif

gheorghe LTC Romanian Army

onstantin LTC Romanian Army

Kevin CIV 4-1 BCT OMT62 OMT NCOIC

Dan SFC 3-133 FA Platoon SGT

Kyle SPC MNF-I Slayer

odd CTR MNF-I BAT

Amanda SPC MNF-I JESTER MD IV Analyst
Robert SGT 776th MC

Zachary SPC USA 5th ENG BN RTO

Jonathan SPC (1CD) DSTB Co Satcom Operator
no, Anthony CPT 1-151 CAV Projects Officer

CPT 4-4 ARB

David SGT MNF-I 25th STB SL

Matthew SSG 41st FB Force Protection
i, Agaluma MSG

geler SPC USA MND-C DSTB HSC TRANSPORTATION
lexander PFC 4-1 BCT RTO

Katherine MNCS TF Iron Shield

Eric SGT 2-146 FA Team Leader

illiam SFC 56th IBCT Force Protection
ladimir CW4 HQ 2-149 AVN GSAB

Nino SPC MNF-I 1-184 INF

hanel SPC USA MND-C G1

Carole MAJ USA 304 CA BDE

eorge CIV MNF-I FSEC

Check Cashing

Ops

Abraham 2LT MNF-I 448th CA BN Assessment Officer
hristopher 1SGT 705th

ason MAJ MNF-I CJ2X SME Program Manager
ennifer MAJ 41ST FIB BDE S2

ohn INCTF-TT

oshua IZP

atrick SGT 643 ENG SAMSI-E NCOIC

aul MAJ MNF-I CJ2X

illiam 1SG 202nd MP First Sergeant

Donald SGT 165th CSSB Senior Mechanic
A SPC MSC 62d MED BDE Animal Technician
Kurt 1LT D. TRP 3-4th CAV XO USA

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17854















































oseph MNF-I 727 EACS

evin MSG CO

ld MAJ 86TH CSH

ael SPC 1-82 CAV BTL OPS

fo, Tevita SSG TON STB

ressa CIV DOS Refugee

Jeffrey CIV 1-9 FA 4th BDE LNO Logistical Analyst
thena 2LT PLT Leader

imothy SFC MNF-I DCSAG Technical Representative
SGT 287 SB PSD

1LT J-4

CIV TF Troy Senior Logistician

i A SGT MNF-I 353 TC

rt A LTC MSC 261st SIG BDE Automation OIC

Joshua SSGT FSOG

iel SFC 2145th GSU NTV Motorpool MGR
Daniel PFC 113th IN

Scott SSG 632 MTC Platoon SGT

er, Jason CPT 2-25 HHC XO

Megan SPC 10MTN HSC BAS Healthcare Specialist
hn MAJ 41ST FIB CA Plans Officer

amela CW2 MNF-I 607th MP BN Property Book Officer
anne CPL 1AD 2BCT 40th EN BN 589th SIG CO

arley SGT l?161st FA BN A Asst. Piolt

rren MSGT MNF-I 332 ELRS DET 3 Ramp Supervisor
enthial CTR MNF-I 520th MCT

bert SGT 41st FB ODA 7236

bert SGT USA 7 GRP SF ODA 7236 ODA NCO

an PFC 2BSTB CO HUMINT PLT

ilo SPC MNF-I 391 CSSB TRAINING

omas MSGT MND-SE, 2-14-4 NCO

ndy SGT 536th Maint Co.

tthew A CIV MNF-I JIEDDO BCT ORSA Analyst
stopher SGT 1-114 RTO

SGT USA DIV 25 BDE 2 CAV 214

CIV ITT TAC-SWACAA Victory Systems Administrator
SPC 42nd MP BDE

ard A SPC 50th BSTB Detainee Supply

Greg SGT 2-112 IN Coist

Va SPC 161st INF S2

ian SGT 2-20 FA HHB

arles SPC 330th Trans BN

ank CPL 2-7 CAV Forward Signal Support NCO

egory SFC MNF-I TF Odin UAV Shift Leader

mes SFC MNCI C3 NCOIC, C3 Air

ginald SFC 63rd ENG PLT Sergeant

bert CIV MNF-I CJ6 Victory Palace ISP FST
honey SPC USA TF449 HHC HHC MEDIC

an P. BCO 2-10 MTN MI

William MSG 1-185th

Chris LCDR MNF-I JFCOM

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17855

Mary-Sue SFC 167 CSSB NCOIC Trans

atthew CPT 2BCT10MTN CA DET

3D ESC POL DET OIC

uel MAJ 4/2 SBCT S2

gelo CPT 10th CSH

Jaclyn A SPC 328th MP CO Compound Guard

Sal A IT2 CJ6 JNCC Supply NCO

0, John MSG MITT 9th IA Div S-3 NCO

0, Nicholas SGT 356 QM FRP NCOIC

Joshua SPC 374TH FMCO DET 5

i, Christopher SPC USA DIV 25 BDE 2 CAV 214
Stephen CPT MNC-I l-163 FA BDOC Battle CPT
Raul A PV2 MSC 29 BSC

d, Tristan SPC MNF-I HHC 303rd MI BN
Zachary 332nd ESFG Access Control Shift Supervisor
shua CIV 894 QM SSA Stock Control Clerk
rian CIV MNC-I AMC FAST

Vid CIV MRAP USA

hn SGT USA MND-C 2-44 ADA HQ PLT SGT

rk Professor GS12

k, Robert PFC G2 Imagery Analyst

Isaac CTR MNF-I ITT

Aaron SPC MNF-I 345th CSH 92F10H7

Adam SGT 2-147th AHB A Co 2nd Crewchief
Amos SGM MNC-I C6 ISD SGM

Benjamin LT MNC-I DAG HHD COMMANDER
Christine 1LT POTF Intelligence OIC
Christopher SFC 10TH SUS BDE Balad LNO
Danica PFC 10th CSH

Jason SPC

Jeffrey A CDR USN LAOTF FOB Shield

Justin SGT USA MND-C HSC SHOP FOREMAN
Lindsey 2LT MNF-I 94th Eng BN

Mark SFC Logistician

Michael SFC LBS Logistician

Robert SSG MNC-I 215 BSB Section Sergeant
Robert PFC 1-38IN S-1

Russell SGT MNC-I 3-l0 AVN Crew Chief

Scott SGT MNC-I 84TH EN BN

Shameice 1LT HHC 10th SBTB SPO Plans Officer
Shawna L. SPC USDSteven 1LT 261st SIG BDE Aide de Camp
Thomas CPT 50th Chemical Co

Trevor SPC

ller, Michael CIV Combatant Command Program Director
d, Douglas SSG 2-25 1-14 Section LDR

r, Lucas CPT Operations

ry SPC Co 4-4 ARB Crew Chiefs

ovan SGT Btry Training NCO

ert CW3 3D ESC Legal Admin

LTC DDA CAATT

Daniel A CPT 7SB LNO

rett SGT K-9 CTD Handler






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17856

Bryan CTR MNF-I TBC POE

Jeffrey A SSG 1463rd Transportation Co.

Alan PFC USA MND-C 2BCT4ID S6 HELP DESK PERSONNEL
Andrew CIV Technician

Angelia CPT 86 CSH

Bradford A. MAJ 1HBCT 3ID BDE ISF Cell

Bradford MAJ, 1st Federal Police STT

Bradley A SPC PLL Clerk 44th ESB

Brandon TF Iron Shield

Brian PFC LBS Logistician

Brian PFC Logistician LBS

Byron USAF 532 ESFS SECP Security Forces USA
Carl SSG USA 5th ENG BN HHC OPS NCO

Chad SJA Contract Fiscal Law Attorney
Chad SPC COMMO Co 2-4 GSAB

Chris 2LT 40 MP CO

Christopher SFC TF 641 AVN S4

Dalene SGT TFRIC Detainee Facility MDHU IO REP
Danny SSG 2-82 FA Human Resource SGT
David SPC 1-184 INF

Deborah CPT 328th BSB HHC S-l OIC

Derick SSG 2-25 1-14 IN BN HHC FSE

Douglas C. 1 LT 834th ASB HSC Maint Control Officer
Edward PV2 589th SSA

Etani A CTR CACI STE

Gerald CW4 USA TF449 HHC S-4 FORWARD SUPPORT OFFICER
Ian SGT GBR MNFI DCG

Jake A SGT 115 CSH

James SPC USA Scania 3-16 FAR

James CPT 3-4 64BSB Co. CDR

Jason SPC HHT 5-7CAV S4 Clerk

Jason SFC 2-112 IN

Jennifer USAF 532nd ESFS

Jeremiah PFC USA 509th ENG CO Combat Engineer
Jeromy SSG 1-161 FA A Btry Squad Leader

John SPC 497 TC

John SGT Co 1-68 Inspector

Johnathan A A1C 887 ESFS

Johnny MAJ 1-161st INF Executive Officer

Jon CPT 1-151 CAV Assistant 83

Joseph SGT 14 EN Maintenance NCO

Keith PFC HHC 2-4 GSAB Supply

Kenneth SSG 589th Convoy NCOIC

Kevin SPC 324 NSC Network Operations Clerk
KYLE E. SSG ECO 1/244 MAINT

Lance SSG 317th Eng Co SGT

Larry SSG 2-1 AVN

Lee SGT MNFI CJ9 STRATCOMM

Loni A YN2 TF Troy

Mark 1LT 1-38IN Co

Mark SSG CJSOTFAP SF ENG SGT

Matthew LTC Logistics
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chael PFC 155th ICTC OPS and Training Clerk
ncy MNF-I 16 SB

al CIV AMC-MRAP Mechanic

al Maj USMC TF 134 Public Affairs

rman SFC 1-8 In MITT

on 1SG

A PFC 306th MP BN

chard SPC 287 SB HHC Food Service

ert CPT MNF-I JRCC Contracting Officer
nald CSM HHC 2-113 INF

nald SGT MNF-I 342 MP CO MWR Cordinator
ott D. Physician Assistant

SGT SCID

SGT MNFI SCID

neca'B SGT 515 Trans Co Team Leader

ane MNF-I CMD GRP (COS PSO)

nley SSG JIDC JEC NCOIC

ven MA2 732 5 K9

lmane SRA 886th

mas SPC 101 ENG BN 1434th Supply

othy A SSG 991 TC PSG/Parts NCOIC

othy CTR AMC

ron LtCol MNFI CJ3

lliam CPT A 2-15 FA CDR

Audra SSG USA MMB S4

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1 SPC 602nd Maint Co

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rt SSG 137 th QM
CPT 3BCT82AB 5-73 CAV
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in LTC 3-69 AR STT Chief
rah SPC MNF-I 81 BSTB
minik PFC 327th MP BN HHC
A 1LT CO 834th ASB XO
SGT 602nd Maint Co PLL Operations Clerk
ua SPC 2-25 HHC
SGT 702d BSB DIV MITT Medical

Duane A SFC USA TF449 HHC S-3 LEATHAL FIRES
homas 1SG 229th Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor
POI NPDB-5

Chad CPT USA DIV 25 BDE 2 CAV 214
Christopher CIV MRAP FSR

Heather CIV TF BSO

James First Sergeant A Co 404TH ASB
Johnny SGT PSD

Jonathan PFC 52OTH MED CO COMMUNICATIONS
Joseph CPL 404 ASB

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Matthew SPC 2-25 2-11 FA Btry Task Force Spear TRO
Robert A SPC 834th ASB Supply

Steven SPC MI S-2

Tyrone IMO

William Maj MNFJeffrey CIV MSC TF 134 Public Affairs Coordinator

Delbert SFC 1-161st INF Assistant Supply
Derrick SGT 2/l ID JTAC

bert 362 ERS DET1 Data Team Chief
Katherine SGT MNF-I 407 MED

Adam SGT 632 MTC

Brendan CPT A Co 3-4 3 STB CDR
Chad SGT MNC-I 54th EN BN

Chaun SGT 398th CSSB Squad Leader
Colleen SPC MNC-I 54th ENG BN
Eric 126th BDB FLE

Fitz COL MNC-I 358CA

John 1LT 104TH MP

John LT COL MNFI CJ5

Jolene A SPC 10th SBDE

Robert Battle NCO 732 ESFS

Robert LCDR MNF-I DRMS AOIC
Kristin MC1 MNFI CJ9

Zach PV2 USA G2

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Adam CIV MNC-I JFC Propaganda Analyst
Kassidy A SGT 146 ESB NOSC NCO
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Robert SGT 225 BSB S2 Analyst
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Terrence 2LT 23rd ORD Platoon Leader
Thomas SGT MP
Scott A Capt 732 ECES DET 10 X0 (Executive Officer)
Marissa A PV2 556 Signal Co Unit Supply
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Thomas CTR MOI TT FOB Shield
Brian T. CAPT CJSOAC J3 Operations
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had PO2 RTU Navy Operator
atherine A1C MNF-I 727 EACS OL-C
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tina SPC 55th MED Mental Health Specialist
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Malcolm SSG MNF-I 25 ID
Matthew LTC JAG
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M i c h a e l J LTC 30 ESC CALL USA
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Jamie R SGT HHC 56 SBCT Human Resources
F r a n c i s SSG 60th ORD CO S e c t i o n C h i e f
I, Eugene SFC 421st MMB
M i c h a e l R SFC TF 49 82 S e n i o r I n t e l l i g e n c e A n a l y s t
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

Mr. James Downey
June 2013

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that ifMr.
James Downey were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this courtmartial, he would testify substantially as follows.
1. I work at Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Fort Meade, Maryland. Specifically,
I am a part of the Program Executive Office for Mission Assurance (PEO-MA) and Network
Operations. I am the program manager for attack analysis. I have held this position since 2007.
I hold the Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) security leadership certification
(GSLC), and I am a certified ethical hacker.
2. The PEO-MA department, where I currently work, provides program management for various
programs that help secure the IT information within the Department ofDefense (DoD). Within
PEO-MA, I work for the Community Data Center (CDC). The CDC hosts a set of tools used by
people who secure DoD networks. We host enterprise level Information Assurance (IA) tools
and net defense tools, which enable analysts to basically ensure the availability and integrity of
the networks that DISA provides for DoD. "Enterprise tools" are those which are capable of
handling the amount of data we deal with and the large and complicated networks with which we
work. Since DISA is like an intemet server provider for DoD, we operate on a scale which is
much larger than what the commercially available tools are designed to handle. A "tool" is just
what it sounds like - something that allows us to do our network management job. Usually, it is
information or a way of processing or gathering information.
3. The tool relevant to this case is the data we use called Netflow data. This is a type of data
which was developed by Cisco, but which is now industry standard. With it, we can capture the
Intemet Protocol (IP) addresses of two computers communicating across the system, as well as
the volume of traffic which flows between them. We use YAF to collect this data. YAF stands
for "yet another flow meter". This tool was developed by Carnegie Mellon and is the industry
standard. Just like any meter, it measures and then creates a data record of the flow past a data
collection point. A point of collection is any of the various monitoring points we have stationed
at key perimeter locations throughout the network; for example, where a DoD network crosses or
cormects to the commercial world. These points monitor all traffic, or computer to computer
communication, crossing from one side of the router to another. Our system would "see" when
someone is on a work computer browsing internet websites like yahoo while on NIPRNET or the
United States Central Command Server from a computer in Iraq while on SIPRNET. The system
detects the capacity being used during that communication and at that location. This information
can communicate whether something is being downloaded onto that computer. We collect
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Netflow data on NIPRNETand SIPRNET. There are relatively few routers collecting Netflow
data throughout the entire SIPRNET. Because this system only collects information passing
from one side ofthe router to another, it does not collect Netflow data passing withinanetwork
that does not cross throughacollecting router. Forexample, ifacomputer is communicating
withaserver or another computer within the Iraq SIPRNETdomain, that activity would not be
captured in Netflow data, because the connection and data does not cross through the Iraq
SIPRNETdomain router, but rather stays within the Iraq SIPRNETdomain network.
^, Wecollect this Netflow data for several reasons, First,weusethe data to conduct traffic
analysis. It allows our analysts to see where they need to deploy additional capacity in the DoD
network. For example, ifone segment ofthe system is getting more traffic than another, it may
needalarger router. This type ofwork falls within the purview ofthc:^se CDC analysts working
on network operations and maintenance. These analysts focus on maintaining the availability,
robustness, and proper ftinctioning ofthe Netflow data. They ensure that the system is collecting
data correctly,that it is securely transported and stored, and that the system used to access the
information is on line andfi^nctioningproperly. Another section however uses the Netflow data
to defend the DoD network fiom threats. For example, ifaregular DoD user hasavirus on
his/her computer that tries to connect toamalicious computer outside the network, our tools
enable our analysts to detect that and take the offending computer offline. This section can
investigate suspicious activity. Iwork in the section that manages the delivery of CDC
capabilities. Finally,we also haveagroup using the Netflow data to do research and
developmenL The Research and Development grc:^up analyses the data to try and find pattems
which might help them identify behavior going on that we do not currently haveameans of
detecting. For example,with older viruses it^seasy to know when something has been infected,
but newer ones can be more cautious in how they operate. By looking at pattems over time, our
analysts might be able to see something that helps them find compromised computers in the
network before the virus infects others.
^. CENTAUR is what we call the system we use to track the Netfiowdataljust described. It is
one of the systems with whichlwork in the PEOMA. ACENTAUR log is the data output from
our Netflow data system. Ibecame involved in this case after DISA launched an audit initiative
focused on integrating and analy;^ing multiple data sources to identify and track potential insider
threats on SIPRNET. Because of my job,lam familiar with the Netflow data CENTAUR
generates fbr SIPRNET. Ireceivedarequest to pull the CENTAUR logs showing
communication between three SIPRNET IPs and foraspecific period oftime. The date range of
interest was October 200^ to May2010. Investigators were interested in the following IP
addresses: 2222^2^1^^,2222^B1122,and2222^BUB10
^. Tolook at the CENTAUR data fiom SIPRNET,analystsuseatool developed by Camegie
Melon, called SIE^^System for Intemet Eevell^nowledge. Once gathered, the CENTAUR log
can show certain pieces ofinformation. Iwill explain how to read the CENTAUR logs by way
ofexample with the following log:
sIP
204.37.126.39

dip
22.225.41.40

sPort
80

dPort
2641

pro
6

packets
1379

bytes
1305267

flags
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sTime
2009/12/19101:41:43.633

dur
112.650

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a. The "sIP" is the source IP. It is the Intemet Protocol (IP) address ofthe computer that
initiated the conversation that log line is tracking. A"conversation"isaset of transactions that
has in common the same source and destination IPs and ports and which occurs within the same
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timefiame. In the above example, 22.22^.^1.^0(the destination IP addressed) received
^^^^^
inlormation fiom the sending IP address,which is 20^.37.12^.3^. Proseeution Exhibit ( P E ) ^ ^
for Identifieation isalist of many of the organisations who are associated with or own the IP
addresses searched bythe 22.22^.2^1^^,22.22^.^1.22, and22.22^.^1.^0 IP addresses
b. The "dIP" or destination IP is the IP address for the computer that received the data fi^om
thesIP ThedIPintheaboveexampleis2222^B11B10
c. The "sPort" is the port that the sIP was using to communicate. Aportitselfisawaythe
computer can carry on multiple conversations onanetwork at the same time. You can think ofit
likeamail slot oraparticular channel thatacomputer uses to holdaconversation. ThesPortin
the above example is ^0. sPort code ^0 indicates all intemet web traffic, including browsing on
the web.
d. The "dPort" is the destination port. This is the port the dIP was using to communicate.
Essentially it is the computer which received the conversation. The dPort in the above example
is2^^E
e. The log item "pro" standsfi^rprotocol. The protocol is the convention, or language,
which the two computers were using to talk to one another. The number"^" is theTransmission
Control Protocol (TCP). TCPisalanguage, TCP is the dominant protocol, l o w i n g the
protocol is important because it tells you the kind ofconversation the two logged IP addresses
were having. For example, another protocol is the number"1"forICMP. Protocols likeTCP
are generally used by users to generate and receive data. Protocols like ICMP are used by
computer systems to report back on status or to support other protocols.
f "Packets" are the chunksacomputer breaks information up into in order to transmit it
across the network. The ratio ofpackets to bytes for example can tell analysts about the nature
of the conversation occurring: essentially,packets communicate complexity. Abyteissimplya
unit ofmeasuring the si^e ofdata or seeing volume. Alarge number ofbytes relative to the
packets meansalarge file is getting downloaded. Asmall byte count meansalower level form
of communication. The packets in the above example is 137^.
g. Abyte itselfis simplyaunit of measuring the sideof data or seeing volume. Beyond its
relationship toapacket, in raw form, the byte tells exactly howmuch information was
exchanged inagiven conversation. ^^Bytes^^provideastraight forward measurement ofhow
much data was transmitted,where the packets can tell you how that data was transmitted. The
bytes in the above example is 130^2^7.
h. "sTime" is the time the communication between IPs started. In the above example the
particular communication between 20^.37,12^.3^ and 22.22^.^1,^0 started at
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i. The column labeled "dur" is its duration. The duration is given in seconds. I^owingthis
information is important because different durations are characteristic ofdifterent kinds of
conversations. This information helps analysts like me guide our inferences about the data by
providing context for the communication we are seeking to understand. Theabove
communication took112.^^0 seconds to complete.
j . "eTime" is the timeacommunication ends. The above communication between
20^3712^3^and2222^.^1.^0endedat200^^12^1^T01:^3:3^.2^3,whichshou1dbe112.^^0
seconds afier thesTime.
k. "Sensor" means the collection point used to collect the data being communicated in the
log line. It identifies the router or the sensor generating the record and basically tells us where
on the network the traffic the log line describes occurred. The sensor in the above example is
SPESMEC
1. Together, this information allows analysts to see the IP address ofan individual computer
using the system and the complexity and volume c^finformation being communicated as well as
the length oftime the computer is conducting its activity.The above log tells me that the IP
address2222^B^1B10received130^2^7bytesofdatafromIPaddress20^3712^3^on1^
December 200^
7. Aslindicated earlier, the CENTAUR log data is very useful in detecting suspicious activity.
While it will not automatically alert analysts in the security section of suspicious activity,part of
theirjob is to schedule scripts which look for activity. DISA also deploys detection tools at
multiple locations through the network with unique signatures. These look foraparticular type
ofsuspicious user activity. For example, going to known blocked websites or known malware
servers is sc^mething we can detect, Whenauser takes the action that fits the signature activity,
this action triggers an alert to an analyst in something close to real time. Security analysts also
work off oftips. These tips can come fiom digital alerts like the onesl^ust described or fiom
sources such as Information Assurance groups within DoD organisations which are responsible
for their own local security. Altematively,law enforcement can request informationfic^^mour
system^as occurred in this case.
^. The format in which the system returns results to our queries varies depending on the query.
All of these tools run fiomacommand line using text command. The answer to the query comes
back inanative binary file. But then another tool translates that automatically intoaregular text
file so that it is readable byahuman. The analyst then defines which information they want to
see and in what order. By "information,"lamre^rring to the termsldefined earlier, such as
"sIP"and"dur." An analyst then makes the report using this data. The report includes the data
and may also include the analyst^sinterpretation of what that data means,whyit^simportant, and
what the context is.
^. The latter occurred in this case.When asked foracertain date range of data tied to the
relevant IP addresses in this case,we pulled the data. Wefound communications for the IP
addressesldiscussed earlier between November of200^ and May of2010. lam not aware of
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10. Drastic changes in the history ofalog tell me one oftwo things. Whenalogisnot
consistet^t with previous behavior overalarge period oftime, it would indicate to me that either
asensor was down or the relevant computer was tumed completely off. There should always be
some baseline level of activity foracomputer connected toanetwork.
11. Afier collecting the data,Isavedfilesofthe log data which were then bumedtoaCD for the
investigators TheCDwasmarked "^^1^^2012, UNCEASSIFIED,hub^out^dipcsv:
hub out sip.csv:spe out dip.csv:spe out sip.csv." These .csv file names represent the
diflerent log data that was pulled. They show activity ofthe 22.22^.2^.1^^,22.22^.^1.^0, and
22.22^.^1.22 IP addresses as the source and destination IPs. The information was sent via
tracked FedEx package to Special Agent David Shaver. The tracking number was
^7^027^^1^20.PEl^for ID istheCDcontainingthe log datalcollected.lrecogni^e thedata
on the CD becauselcollected it, andlrecogni^e the logs based on the column identifiers and
Familiarity with CENTAUR logs,whichIdescribed earlier. Arecords custodian attested to their
authenticity on 1^June2012atBATES number: 00^^^^^3
12. At no point during my collection or transport ofthese logs didlalter them in any way, I
have no reason to believe any ofmy colleagues altered the data or experienced anything out of
the ordinary in collecting it. And,Ihave no reason to believe the data provided or the device on
which it was stored was damaged or contaminated in any way. Finally,Iam not aware of any
issue in the collection, storage, or transport ofthis information which would cause it to have been
incorrectly preserved.

ANGEL M.
RGAARD
CPT, JA
Assistant Trial Counsel

J^iVHt^^.
THOMAS F. HURLEY U
MAJ, JA
Military Defense Counsel

BRA
PFC, USA
Accused

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

Ms. Tasha M. Thian
l(p

June 2013

It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if Ms.
Tasha M. Thian were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this courtmartial, she would testify substantially as follows:
1. I am the Agency Records Officer, Office of Informafion Programs and Services, U.S.
Department of State, In this position, I set policy and procedures for the management of records
within the Department. I am the Department Official responsible for Department of State
records. I am the head of a division of twenty-five employees. The duties of these employees
include records analysis, website management, records scheduling activities, and records review.
I am a certified records manager with thirty-one years of service with the Federal Govemment. I
am responsible for the Foreign Affairs Manual and Handbook sections on records management.
I have been the Agency Records Officer since August 2007.
2. A cable is an official message of the Department of State. Cables can be sent between posts
or between posts and State Department headquarters. When a cable is sent, a record copy of the
cable is automatically captured in the State Archiving System (SAS). The SAS contains
classified cables at the Secret level and below since 1973. There are approximately 400,000 new
Department cables stored in the SAS annually.
3. Cables are identified by the Message Record Number (MRN) assigned to each cable. An
MRN has three parts. The first part of the MRN is the two-digit year the cable was created. The
second part is the name of the post that created the cable. The third part is the sequence number
of the cable. For example, 05Algiersl836 would be the 1,836th cable sent by Embassy Algiers
in 2005.
4. I reviewed and printed directly from the SAS the cables (BATES numbers: 0050532800505808) listed in Prosecution Exhibit (PE)t^ for Identification. On 6 December 2012,1
also attested to the authenticity of these cables in a document with the BATES numbers:
00527342-00527346. This authentication memorandum was written on Department of State
letterhead and accompanied by the Department seal and the Secretary's signature verifying my
authority. With this memorandum, I attested that each of the listed records was made at or near
the time of the occurrences of the matters set forth therein. Each record was made by, or from
information transmitted by, people with knowledge of those matters. The records were kept in
the course of the Department's regularly conducted business activities, and it was the regular
practice of such business activities to make these records, I also certified that the records listed
in PE lS\ifor ID are true copies of the original records contained within the files of the
Department of State,

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5, P E ^ f o r ID contains the Net Centric Diplomacy version of the above referenced cables and
the same cables in Appellate Exhibit (AE) ^01. The formatting ofthe cables listed in P E ^ for
ID and AE ^01 is diflerent than the cables in SAS, but the text and content are the same.

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CPT, J A U
Assistant Trial Counsel

^(WM^^-1{-J^
THOMAS HURLEY^
MAJ, JA
Defense Counsel

BRADLEY E, MANNI
PFC, USA
Accused

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Charged Department of State
Cables by Message Record Number

V.

Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211
05 Algiers 1836
06 Algiers 1961
06 Baghdad 2646
06 Baghdad 4205
06 Beirut 3603
06 Beirut 3604
06 Beirut 3703
06 Belgrade 1681
06 Colombo 1889
06 Kabul 5420
06 Kabul5421
06 Kabul 5435
06 Kathmandu 3023 .
06 Kathmandu 3024
06 Kuwait 4430
06 Kuwait 4438
06 Madrid 2955
06 Madrid 2956
06 Pristina 947
06 Pristina 948
06 Riyadh 8811
06 Seoul 3882
06 Seoul 3885
06 Suva 489
06 Taipei 3830
06 Tripoli 645
06 Tripoli 648
07 Addis Ababa 2197
07 Ankara 23
07 Ankara 2468
07 Ashgabat 1359
07 Baghdad 35
07 Baghdad 36
07 Baghdad 37
07 Baghdad 42
07 Baghdad 53
07 Baghdad 56
07 Baghdad 63
07 Baghdad 64
07 Baghdad 70
07 Bangkok 111
07 Basrah 3

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07 Beijing 152
07 Beirut 1958
07 Bogota 101
07 Bogota 5118
07 Bratislava 665
07 Bridgetown 23
07 Buenos Aires 1341
07 Caracas 2346
07 Caracas 35
07 Dhaka 24
07 Kabul 68
07 Kingston 25
07 Kuala Lumpur 40
07 La Paz 1949
07 Lagos 719
07 Lima 2400
07 Minsk 1024
07 Moscow 5824
07 Moscow 5825
07 New Delhi 80
07 Panama 1197
07 Panama 1198
07 Paris 4722
07 Paris 4723
07 Rangoon 22
07 Reykjavik 203
07 Riyadh 21
07 Riyadh 22
07 Riyadh 23
07 San Salvador 1375
07 Santo Domingo 28
07 Suva 18
07 Tunis 47
07 USUN New York 573
07 USUN New York 575
07 USUN New York 578
07 Vientiane 12
07 Vilnius 13
08 Amman 535
08 Cairo 569
08 Dar Es Salaam 206
08 Khartoum 246

08 Khartoum 428
09 Addis Ababa 1063
09 Baghdad 2390
09 Bamako 85
09 Bogota 2873
09 Brasilia 1112
09 Brasilia 1113
10 Brussels 382
09 Caracas 1168
10 Geneva 347
09 Lima 1309
10 Lima 333
09 Mexico 2658
09 New Delhi 267
09 Paris 217
09 Prague 88
09 Pristina 58
09 Riyadh 1156
09 Santiago 831
09 Santiago 833
09 Santiago 835
09 Santo Domingo 1017
09 State 92632
09 State 92641
09 State 92655
09 State 92657
09 Tegucigalpa 891
09 Tegucigalpa 892
10 Pretoria 636
10 Rabat 294
10 Reykjavik 13
10 Tokyo 627
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

v. STIPULATION OF FACT
Manning, Bradley E.

PFC, U.S. Army,

HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211



DATED: May 2013

(U) The United States and the defense, with the express consent of the accused, stipulate
that the following facts are true, susceptible of proof, and admissible in evidence. These facts
may be considered by the ?nder of fact to establish the elements of all charges and their
speci?cations. They may be considered by the sentencing authority and on appeal in
determining an appropriate sentence, even if the evidence of such facts is deemed otherwise
inadmissible. The accused expressly waives any objections he may have to the admission of this
evidence at trial under the Military Rules of Evidence, the Rules for Courts-Martial, the U.S.
Constitution, or applicable case law.

1. (U) Usama bin Laden (hereina?er was the leader of al-Qaida, the terrorist
organimtion responsible for the attacks aginst the United States at the World Trade Center and
Pentagon on I I September 2001United States Government o?icials raided UBL's compound
located in Abbottabad, Pakistan and collected several items of digital media. From the items of
digital media, the following items were obtained: (1) a letter from UBL to a member of al-Qaeda
requesting the member gather Department of Defense material posted to (2) a letter
from the same member of al-Qaeda to UBL, attached to which was the Afghanistan War Log as
posted by WikiI.eaks; and (3) Department of State information released by Wikjleaks.







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22.225.41.40 14-NOV-09
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22.225.41.22 17-Mar-lO
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Dates Present
Dates Missing
19-NOV-09
20-NOV-09
l-Dec-09
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3-Dec-09
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4-Dec-09
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13-Feb-lO
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Dates Missing
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30MarlO
94
31MarlO
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12MaylO
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14MaylO
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16MaylO
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

V.

STIPULATION OF
Manning, Bradley E. EXPECTED TESTIMONY
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison, Mr. Albert Janek

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211



Z5 June 2013

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if Mr.
Albert Janek were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-
martial, he would testify substantially as follows:

1. (U) I currently work for the Department of State (DOS), Under Secretary of Management,
Office for Policy, Right-Sizing, and Innovation, as the Director of Continuity at the United States
Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. In this capacity, I manage the containment and movement of
infonnation at our office in Kabul. I have worked at the DOS for eleven years in various
lnfonnation Technology (IT) positions. Beforejoining DOS, I worked in IT for ?ve years for
businesses and a university. I possess numerous certi?cations, including CISSP, CAP, MCSE,
Security Plus, A Plus, and Net Plus. I was also a Microsoft Certified Trainer.

2. (U) From 2009 to 2010, was a Special Projects Manager within the Messaging Systems
Products, Messaging Systems Office in the Bureau of lnfonnation Research Management, at the
DOS. In this capacity, I was responsible for the management of certain DOS Messaging Systems,
including Net Centric Diplomacy (NCD) server logs. The NCD server logs track the lntemet
Protocol (IP) address of a user requesting our resources, as well as the time and date that request
was made, whether the user retrieved the resource or not, and the metadata associated with that
connection. Metadata is data about data. Structural metadata provides information about the
design of data structures. It is essential data about how the data itself is contained. Descriptive
metadata is data that provides information about the application of data, or the data content.
Accordingly, these server logs describe the connection between two systems on the SIPRNET.

3. (U) A log is created any time a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) talks via the
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and successfully receives infonnation. HTTP is the
foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web. It consists of packets of data,
which, when connected wirelessly or via Ethernet cable, creates a network for communication.
TCP provides reliable, ordered, error-checked delivery of a stream of data between programs
running on computers connected to the lntemet. Simply put, is a highway, HTTP
constitutes the lanes on the highway. The server logs track the data entering and exiting a server
which exists on a classified network platfonn between the Department of Defense?s SIPRNET
and the State Department's CLASSNET. Specifically, the NC Server is located in what is
commonly known as the between SIPRNET and the DOS CLASSNET. DOS
CLASSNET is the Department's own version of SIPRN ET, a classified network that is
accredited to hold SECRET infonnation and data. I am aware that the State Department has a
?captioning? system for cables. Captions limit the distribution of the cables. A cable could be

I



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0 17905

captioned for distribution to only State Department personnel. It could be captioned
for distribution only to the intended recipient. During the time I worked there. a cable
could also be captioned for distribution on the SIPRNET.

4. (U) I know that these logs are accurate because only three individuals. including myself, had
access to them. To alter the data. an individual would have to hack into the server operating
system and manipulate the logs. The logs are reviewed about once a quarter. typically to see the
number of organizations that are using our products. A log is only created upon a successful
request sent to the server. If there is an error. such as ?Page Not Available." the log is not
created.

5. (U) I first became involved in this case when Special Agent Ellis and Special Agent Bowen of
the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation ommand (C H3) requested that I assist them in the
collection of evidence from the server logs of our Net entiic Diplomacy Database (NC D). On
15 Jtuie 2010. I assisted them in getting access to the infomtation by escorting the agents to the
necessary log-in terminal in the Server Room and logging them into the system using my
special permissions. I oversaw the agents as they copied the server logs from January 2009
to June 2009. and from 30 April 2010 to 15 Jtme 2010. Agent Ellis used a forensic tool to pull
and compress all of the logs into .zip ?les. The CID agents saved the logs as ?logs.zip? and
?newlogs.zip" on a forensically wiped thumb drive. The thtunb drive was marked SECRET. I
signed the thumb drive over to SA Ellis on a U.S. Department of State Bureau of Diplomatic
Security Evidence Receipt/Chain of Custody (C yber Security Incident Program) fomi. On that
form, 1 recorded the thumb drive of the files as ??les, ZIP. containing logs, filename logs.zip and
newlogs.zip. in the root of bashed before acquisition and hashed copies. 1232. 15 Jun 10.
The data in these files displays as text. Prosecution Exhibit (PE) 3] for Identi?cation
is a copy of these logs.

6. (U) If you look at what has been marked as PEQJ for ID. you can tell the source IP address.
the dateftime group that the server responded to that source request of the system. what the

IP address was requesting. information from the CPU of the source IP address. the protocol. and
the search engine and browser used by the source IP address.

7. (U) Below is an explanation of the HTTP logs by column and using a speci?c line pulled
from ac cess_lo g. 20 1 0-05 -04 .



. 17906

a. (U) The ent1y?22.225.4l.22? is the source address. This address indicates the IP
address of the computer where a user is requesting the infomlation.

b. (U) The entry is the time and date group, which is given
in Zulu Time. The time and date group records when the computer processes the request from
the sending IP address.



e. (U) is the protocol. which is discussed above.

f. (U) The entry ?200? is a code that states that the user's request to and access the
document was successful.

g. (U) The entry ?98796" is a code about the system that the user is connecting from.



i. (U) The entry means that a space exists in the log.

J. (U) The entry ?Mozilla?5.0" tells me that the user of the 22.225.41.22 IP address was using
version 5 of the Mozilla browser.

(U) The entry ?(Windows; Windows NT 5.1: en-US; iv: means that a
Windows NT workstation was being used by the user of the 22.225.41.22 computer.

1. (U) The entry ?Gecko/2009 1201 Firefox/3.5.6" tells me that the 22.225.41.22 system was
using the irefox browser.

17907

9. (U) I worked on the NCD database for approximately a year. To my knowledge, the NCD
database operated in its designed manner for the entire period. In the 2009-2010 tirneframe, to
my knowledge, there was never any directive for employees to refrain from using the NCD
database.


ANGEL M. OVERGAARD THOMAS P. HURLEY BRADLEY E. MANNING
CPT, JA MAJ, JA PFC, USA

Assistant Trial Counsel Military Defense Counsel Accused

17908

Prosecution Exhibitl^2b
^pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed fDrReason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

0 0 17909

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

v.
STIPULATION OF
Manning, Bradley E. EXPECTED TESTIMONY
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison, Mr. Gerald Mundy
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211 Z_
(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if Mr.
Gerald Mundy were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-
martial, he would testify substantially as follows:

I. (U) I am currently a Branch Manager for the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) at the
Department of State In this position, I am responsible for supervising the staff and
contract personnel within INR. I am the Information Security Systems Operator (ISSO) for INR.
I have worked there since 2012. Before working there, I was with Information Resource
Management (IRM) at the from 2006 to 2012, where I managed the contractors, the ?rewall
program and engineering, and managed both classi?ed and unclassi?ed ?rewalls. In this
position, I ensured the security of speci?c systems used to secure CLASSNET, the internal
classi?ed system, as well as Net-Centric Diplomacy (NCD). Prior to that, I was a
contractor for from 2002 to 2006 and did similar information technology (IT) security work.
Finally, from 1982 to 1996, I served in the US Army. During this time, I was a Military Police
Of?cer (I982 to I984) and also worked as a 72C in telecommunications (1984 to 1996).

2. (U) In addition to my work experience, I have several certi?cations which qualify me for my
current position. I am, for instance, a Certi?ed Information Systems Security Professional

(C ISSP). This is a globally-recognized standard of achievement that con?rms an individual's
knowledge in the ?eld of information security. Furthermore, I am certi?ed as an Information
Systems Manager (CISM), which trains on the information management to include capacity,
planning, design, and development of systems, and Network Plus Security training, which is
vendor-neutral security training, similar to what is taught in ISSP training. I have vendor
training and certi?cations in the Stonegate software for system administration and engineering as
well. Stonegate is the software used by the DOS ?rewall, which is made by Stoneso?.

3. (U) A ?rewall is a boundary which protects a computer system. The ?rewall in this instance
protects our NCD database as well as our CLASSNET. NCD is located in what is commonly
referred to as the between the Department of Defense?s SIPRNET and DoS?s
CLASSNET. The is protected with special access. The ?rewall is located in the
between SIPRNET and NCD. There is another ?rewall located between NCD and
CLASSNET. The ?rewall logs track the data entering a server which exists on SIPRNET and
CLASSNET. The ?rewall software automatically registers the IP address of computers
accessing our system. It further tracks the source, time and date of access, destination, action,
protocol, and port associated with that IP. A log is created any time a Hypertext Transfer
Protocol (HTTP) talks to a TCP and successfully receives information. An HTTP is the
foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web. It consists of packets of data,

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0 17910

which, when connected wirelessly or via Ethernet cable, creates a network for communication.
A TCP provides reliable, ordered, error-checked delivery of a stream of data between programs
running on computers connected to the lnternet. Simply put, if HTTP is a highway, TCP
constitutes the lanes on the highway.

4. (U) The log data is computer generated and can be searched by network personnel who need
to access the information it collects. Normally, we use this data to ensure the security of our
system. I know the ?rewall data is accurate because it is computer-generated and it always logs.
There is no possibility of error because ifthe system gets full it starts to overwrite the oldest
information. ln addition, our network personnel conduct troubleshooting on the system by
interrogating the logs on a daily basis. This means we check the logs to ensure that the system is
pulling data as intended and expected. The audit data is maintained on our own CLASSNET, on
its own protected closed-system interface. The ?rewall logging so?ware and the data it produces
are, therefore, secure.

5. I became involved in this case after the DOS Deputy Chief lnfonnation Officer (DCIO)
Charlie Wisecarver requested that isolate data from the firewall logs for November 2009 to
June 2010 and for IP addresses 22.225.41.22 and 22.225.41.40. To execute Mr. Wisecan/cr?s
request in this case, 1 supervised the pulling ofthe information. The command used to interface
with our ?rewall logging software is more user-friendly than Structured Query Language (SQL).
The ?les were pulled in date and time groups because of the size of the ?les and were saved in
.pdf format. Saving is a automatic function ofthe SQL-like command when entering the search
query database to pull the information. The information was not altered in any way during the
computer-generated pull. The information that is pulled and the format in which it is saved will
vary depending on the type of command written.

6. (U) I will explain the logs by using the following example, which is an entry pulled from the
?le containing the date range February 2010 to 1 March 2010 from the 22.225.4| .40 IP
address:

0 17911

a. (U) If there is no information in the log, it means that there is no relevant infonnation for
the entry.

b. (U) The ?Creation Time? is the time that the user was allowed through the ?rewall. In the
above example it is ?20l0-02-l4 15:41:38.?





d. (U) The ?Event? is what the user was doing. It shows the action that triggered the rule. In
the above example, "New connection" is the event, which is showing that the source IP address
was trying to establish a new connection with the destination IP address.

e. (U) The ?Action? is what the ?rewall is doing. Typically, the ?rewall will allow or deny
the event. ln the above example. the action is ?Allow" which means that source IP address was
able to establish a new connection with the destination IP address. The user was able to enter
NCD and access what the user requested.

f. (U) The ?Src Address? is the source address. This is IP address ofthe system that is
sending the request. In the above example, the source address is This was one
of the two addresses encompassed by our data pull.

8-


h. (U) The "Service" isjust an administrative term and represents the name of the web
browsing protocol. In the above example, it is ?Generic_80."

i. (U) The ?lP Protocol? is the way the IP addresses are communicating. In the above
example. it is (Transmission Control Protocol). TCP is further described above.



17912

m. (U) In summary, the above entry tells me that the computer with the IP address
22.225.41.40 accessed the NCD server on 14 February 2010.

7. (U) Once all the ?rewall logs were pulled and saved onto the share drive, they were burned to
a disk. I then brought the disk to the ISSO for a classi?cation review. A?er the classi?cation
review, I gave the disk to Mr. Wisecarver. At no point in collecting, preserving, or transporting
the infonnation did I alter the content or device used to store it. I have no reason to believe this
evidence was altered or contaminated in any way.

8. (U) A ?rewall is a mechanism designed to keep unauthorized IP addresses from connecting to
a network or computer system that could contain a database. The ?rewall only prevented a
source IP address from outside the from connecting to the CLASSNET. The ?rewall only
regulates connections by IP address. Types of access and authorities were regulated by the
NCD, if at all, once a connection was made through the ?rewall. There is no evidence to suggest
that PFC Manning used any tools to defeat the ?rewall protections. Like all users on SIPRNET,
he was authorized to connect using SIPRNET through the ?rewall to NCD.

9. (U) The log data is on a standard silver-colored CD marked with ?WikiLeaks Firewall
Logs 13 Oct I recognize the ?rewall log data based on the date and time stamp of the logs,
as well as the infonnation type pulled and the nomenclature such as the vender marks and the
initials that appear at the top of the logs, which signify the DOS bureau and ?rewall.
Through my work I have experience reading these types of logs. And, in this case, I pulled a
sample of the requested information to ensure it was what DCIO Wisecarver wanted.
Prosecution Exhibit (gE)fOl' Identi?cation is the log data I pulled.


ANGEL M. OVERGAARD - THOMAS F. HURLEY BRADLEY E. MANNING
CPT, JA MAJ, .lA PFC, USA

Assistant Trial Counsel Military Defense Counsel Accused

17913

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^pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed for Reason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

17914

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ordered sealed for Reason2
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supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

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Record ofTrial

17917

Prosecution Exhibitl^^
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supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

17918

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Prosecution Exhibit 168
have been entered into
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and will be maintained
with the original
Record of Trial

17919

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
v. EXPECTED TESTIMONY

Manning, Bradley E. PDAS John Feeley
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall DATED: 6? 7 June 2013
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

(U) it is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) John Feeley were present to testify during the
merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows.

1. (U) The United States Department of State is led by the Secretary of State. There are
six Under Secretary Offices that work for the Secretary of State. One of those Under Secretaries
is for Political Affairs. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs serves as the day~to-day
manager ofoverall regional and bilateral policy issues, The Under Secretary of Poiitical Affairs
oversees seven bureaus which are headed by Assistant Secretaries. Those bureaus are African
Affairs, European and Eurasian Affairs, East Asian and Paci?c Affairs, Near Eastern Affairs,
South and Central Asian Affairs, Western Hemisphere Affairs, and International Organizations.
The Assistant Secretaries of the geographic bureaus and offices advise the Under Secretary and
guide the operation of the US diplomatic missions within their regionaljurisdiction. Each
bureau has a Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) and several Deputy Assistant
Secretaries. The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary is the lead Deputy Assistant Security, all
of which assist in the development and management of US policy concerning the Bureau.

2. (U) I am the PDAS in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs (WHA). I have been in
current position since May 2012. Before that was the Summit ofAmcricas Coordinator from
February 2012 to April 20l2. From July 2009 to February 20l2, I was the Deputy Chief of
Mission and Charge d?Affairs in Mexico. in this position, I oversaw the daily implementation of
U.S. policies in Mexico. I managed a team of 37 interagency, multinational partners, and
implemented the Merida Initiative, a $1.9 billion security initiative between the U.S. and
Mexico. Over the last 23 years, I have held numerous Department of State positions throughout
Central and South America, including the Director for Central American Affairs from 2006 to
2008; Deputy Political Counselor and Minister Counselor to Political Affairs in Mexico from
2001 to 2003; Deputy Director for Caribbean Affairs from 2000-2001; Desk Officer in El
Salvador from 1996 to 1998; judicial and extradition affairs officer in Colombia from 1993 to
1995; and Vice Consul in the Dominican Republic from 1990 to 1993. I have spent my entire
career with WI-IA with the exception of 4 years. I have earned a Master?s Degree in
National Security Policy from the National War College, and have also graduated from the
Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service. Before joining DOS, 1 was US Marine Corps
Officer (pilot).

3. (U) The Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs is responsible for managing and promoting
U.S. interests in the region by supporting democracy, trade, and sustainable economic
development, and fostering cooperation on issues such as citizen safety, strengthening



anon or

17920

democratic institutions and the rule of law, economic and social inclusion, energy, and climate
change. WIIA works with the partners in the Americas to generate broad-based growth through
freer trade and sound economic policies; to invest in the well-being of people from all walks of
life; and to make democracy serve every citizen more effectively and justly. The United States is
linked to the countries ofthe Western Hemisphere by physical proximity, shared values, and vast
cultural, commercial, and demographic ties. 'l?l1ere are compelling national security interests in
the Americas, including current and future energy markets for the United States and maintaining
etiectivc partnerships to prevent illicit trallicking and terrorist activities. .

4. (U) Embassies and consulates communicate what is occurring in the host nations through
many different means. issuing a cable is an official communication by the Embassy or
organization. Typically, the Ambassador or Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) signoft? as the
originator on the cables because they contain the official position of the embassy or organization.
Generally, cables are issued to summarize meetings and note signi?cant events in the host
country, and often contain the analysis and comment of the author. The cables are issued via the
distribution captions, one of which is The SIPDIS caption indicates that a cable is
approved for distribution for access by appropriately cleared individuals across
numerous U.S. government agencies and departments. Classi?ed cables containing the SIPDIS
caption are available to all users of SIPRNET and WICS to share information with interested
agencies and departments in the United States government. Originators could limit distribution
to personnel only (STADIS) or even limit distribution to the recipient of the document
(NOD18).

5. 1) The first cable is 07 Bogota 101.

6.

17921

9. (SBU) The second cable is 07 Bogota 5118.

10.

17922



ll.
12.
13. (SBU) The third cable is 07 Bridgetown 23.




17923

17. (SBU) The fourth cable is 07 Buenos Aircs 1341.

18.

17924



21. (SBU) The ?fth cable is 07 Caracas 2346.

22.


6

17925



25. (SBU) The sixth cable is 07 Caracas 35.




7

17926



29. (SBU) The seventh cable is 07 Kingston 25.

30.

17927

33. (SBU) The eighth cable is 07 La Paz 1949.





37. (SBU) The ninth cable is 07 Lima 2400.



17928




41. (SBU) The tenth cable is 07 Panama 1197.


I0

17929

45. (SBU) The eleventh cable is 07 Panama 1198.

17930



49. (SBU) The lwel?h cable is 07 San Salvador 1375.




12

17931



53. (SBU) The thirteenth cable is 07 Santo Domingo 28.




13

17932



S7. (SBIJ) The fourteenth cable is 09 Bogota 2873.




(SBU) The ?fteenth cable is 09 Brasi_lia 1112.

I4

17934

65. (SBU) The sixteenth cable is 09 Brasilia 1113.



66.

17935

69. (SBU) The seventeenth cable is 09 Caracas 1168.

17936
73. (SBU) The eighteenth cable is 09 Lima 1309.



18



17937



77. (SBU) The cable is 09 Mexico 2658.




(SBU) The twentieth cable is 09 Santiago 831.

19

17938





85. (SB U) The twenty-?rst cable is Santiago 833.


20

17939



89. (SBU) The twenty-second cable is 09 Santiago 835.


2]

17940



93. (S811) The twenly?third cable is 09 Santo Domingo 1017.



22

17941



97. (SBU) The twenty-fourth cable is 09 State 92655.

101. (SBU) The twenty-??h cable is 09 Tegucigalpa 89].



102.



17942



I05. (SBU) The twenty-sixth cable is 09 Tcgucigalpa 892.


24



17943



(SBU) The twenty-seventh cable is 10 Lima 333.


25


ANGHI, M. OVERGAARD
CPT, JA

Assistant Trial Counsel

17944


BRADLEY E. MANNING

MAJ, PFC, USA
Military Defense Counsel Accused


THOMAS F. HURLEY

26

17945

Prosecution Exhibitl6^b
26 pages
classified
"CO^EJE^E^TJ^E"
ordered sealed fDrReason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

17946

Prosecution Exhibitl6^c
126 pages
classified
"CO^EIE^E^TI^E"
ordered sealed for Reason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
OF
v. I

Manning, Bradley E. DAS James Moore
PFC, U.S. Army, -
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall /7 June 2013
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if
Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) James Moore were present to testify during the merits and
pre~senteneing phases of this court~martial, he would testify substantially as follows.

I. (U) The United States Department ofStatc (D08) is led by the Secretary of State. There are
six Under Secretary Offices that work for the Secretary of State. One of those Under Secretaries
is for Political Affairs. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs serves as the day-to-day
manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs
oversees seven bureaus which are headed by Assistant Secretaries. Those bureaus are African
Affairs, European and Eurasian Affairs, East Asian and Paci?c Affairs, Near Eastern Affairs,
South and Central Asian Affairs, Western llemisphere Affairs, and International ()rganizations.
The Assistant Secretaries of the geographic bureaus and offices advise the Under Secretary and
guide the operation of the US diplomatic missions within their regional jurisdiction. Each
bureau has a Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) and several Deputy Assistant
Secretaries. The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary is the lead Deputy Assistant Secretary, all
of which assist the Assistant Secretary in the development and management of US policy
concerning their geographic bureau, including preparing all paperwork, background information,
disciplinary issues, and policy directives.

2. (U) I have been with Dos since 1984. I am currently in training and transitioning to assume
the duties as Chief of Mission to the Dutch Caribbean where I will serve as the Consul General
to Curacao. Prior to this, I was a Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) of the Bureau ol'South and
Central Asia Affairs until May 2013. oversee all public diplomacy in South and Central Asia,
including Fulbright scholars, cultural programs, and speaker programs. While serving as a DAS,
I was a part of the WikiLeaks Working Group. From 2009 to 2010, I was the Deputy Director
and Acting Director of the Office of Career Development and Assignments in the Bureau of
Human Resources. I was the representative for Foreign Service assignments. From 2006 to
2009, I was the Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) of Embassy in Sri Lanka. I managed the
embassy, conducted foreign relations, and promoted the advocacy of U.S. policy. From 2003 to
2006, I was the Minister Counselor for Public Affairs at the Embassy in Ankara, Turkey. I was
the representative for public diplomacy programs and served as a spokesperson. From 2002
to 2003, I attended the Senior Seminar, which is an interagency process and leadership course.
From 1999 to 2002, I served in Quito, Ecuador as the public affairs officer and Buenos Aires,
Argentina, from 1995 to 1999 as the cultural affairs officer. From 1993 to 1994, I worked
assignments for South Asia and Near East Affairs (NBA). From 1990 to 1993, I was the cultural
affairs officer in Chennai, India. From 1988 to 1990, I was the public affairs officer in Aim

1 _lj_l_q,,roa- idcntifici

was 1?/Xtilj


Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). From 1986 to 1988, I was the cultural affairs officer in
Karachi, Pakistan. From 1985 to 1986, I was the assistant cultural affairs officer in Cairo, ligypt.
I have completed Turkish language training, Arabic language training, and Spanish language
training while at I have a Master?s Degree in International Relation from Georgetown
University Foreign Service School.

3. (U) The mission of the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs is to promote U.S. foreign
policy interests, including strong democratic governance, human rights, development, and trade
and investment. The following countries comprise the Bureau of South and Central Asian
Affairs: India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, Kazakhstan,
'l'urkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan.

4. (U) The embassies communicate what is occurring in the host nations through many different
means. Issuing a cable is an official communication by the Embassy or organization. Typically,
the Ambassador or Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) sign off as the originator on the cables
because they contain the official position of the embassy or organization. Generally, cables are
issued to summarize meetings and note signi?cant events in the host country, and often contain
the analysis and comment of the author. The cables are issued via the distribution captions, one
of which is SIPDIS. The caption indicates that a cable is approved for
distribution for access by appropriately cleared individuals across numerous US government
agencies and departments. Classified cables containing the SIPDIS caption are available to all
users of and WICS to share information with interested agencies and departments in
the United States government. Originators could limit distribution to DOS personnel only
or even limit distribution to the recipient of the document (NODIS).

5. (SBU) The ?rst cable is 06 Colombo 1889.





9. (SBU) The second cable is 06 Kathmandu 3023.

10.

13. (SBU) The third Cable is 06 Kathnlandu 3024.

17. (SBU) The fourth cable is 07 Ashgabat 1359.

18.

21. (SBU) The ?fth cable is 07 Dhaka 24.

22.

25. (SBU) The sixth cable is 07 New Delhi 80.

29. (SBU) The seventh cable is 09 New Delhi 267.



33. (SBU) The eighth cable is 09 State 92641.






ANGEL M.
CPT, JA

Assistant Trial Counsel




THOMAS P.
MAJ, JA

Military Dc Counsel

17956


BRADLEY E. MANNING
PFC, USA

Accused

17957

Prosecution Exhibitl^Ob
lOpages
classified
"COl^EJE^E^TJ^E"
ordered sealed for Reason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto theoriginal
Record ofTrial

17958

ProsecutionExhibitl^Oc
LOpages
classified
"CO^EJE^E^TJ^E"
ordered sealed for Reason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

17959

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STIPULATION OF
v. EXPECTED TESTIMONY
Manning, Bradley E. AMB David Pearce

PFC, U.S. Army,

H1-IC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Hemierson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211



922 June2013

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Triai Counsel, that if
Ambassador (AMB) David Pearce were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing
phases of this court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows.

I. (U) The United States Department of State (D03) is led by the Secretary of State. There are
six Under Secretary Offices that work for the Secretary of State. One of those Under Secretaries
is for Political Affairs. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs serves as the day?to-day
manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs
oversees seven bureaus which are headed by Assistant Secretaries. Those bureaus are African
Affairs, European and Eurasian Affairs, East Asian and Paci?c Affairs, Near Eastern Affairs,
South and Central Asian Affairs, Western Hemisphere Affairs, and international Organizations.
The Assistant Secretaries of the geographic bureaus and offices advise the Under Secretary and
guide the operation of the US diplomatic missions within their regional jurisdiction. Each
bureau has a Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) and several Deputy Assistant
Secretaries. The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary is the lead Deputy Assistant Secretary, all
of which assist in the development and management of US policy concerning the Bureau.

2. (U) am the Principal Deputy (PD) in the of the Special Representative for
Afghanistan and Pakistan The PD assists the SRAP in advising the Secretary on
Afghanistan anti Pakistan, and in providing guidance and direction to our missions in the two
countries. The PD conducts liaison with the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA),
and is double-hatted as a Deputy Assistant Secretary in SCA. I have been in these positions
since July 2012. reports directly to the Secretary of State and supervises policy and
management for Afghanistan and Pakistan, which includes a substantial amount of interagency
coordination. Prior to my current position, I was the Assistant Chief of Mission at the
U.S. Embassy in Kabul from 201 to July 2012. This is one of five Ambassador-level positions
at the embassy. I supervised the political, political-military, public affairs, consular, legal,
management, and diplomatic security sections of the Embassy. have served with the
Department of State since I982. I began my career with the Department of State as the Vice
Consul and Political Officer in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1 was the liaison officer to the Kuwaiti
government in exile in Taif, Saudi Arabia, during the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and the coalition
liberation of Kuwait. I have since served in a number of senior positions throughout the Middle
East. These positions include the U.S. Ambassador to the People?s Democratic Republic of
Algeria from 2008 to 201 1; Chief of Mission and Consul General to the United States Consulate
General in .lerusalem from 2003 to 2005; Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad ?'om May
to June 2003; Director of the Department of State?s Office of Northern Gulf Affairs, with


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17960

responsibility for Iraq and lran from September 2001 to July 2003; Deputy ChicfofMission at
the US. Embassy in Damascus from 1997 to 2001; and Consul General in Dubai from 1994 to
1997. I have written the book, ?Wary Partners: and the Media. I speak Arabic,
French, Italian, and some Farsi, and I have testified in front ot'Congress on the Afghan elections
because of my expertise on Pakistan and Afghanistan.

3. (U) The embassies communicate what is occurring in the host nations through many ditTercnt

1 communication by the Embassy or organization. Typically,
'1ssador or Deputy (DCM) sign otTas the originator on the cables
because they contain the position of the embassy or organization. Generally, cables are
summarize meetings and note signi?cant events in the host country, and often contain
the analysis and comment of the author. The cables are issued via the distribution captions, one
of which is SIPDIS. The caption indicates that a cable is approved for SIPRNET
distribution for access by appropriately cleared individuals across numerous US government
agencies and departments, Classi?ed cables containing the SIPDIS caption are available to all
users and JWICS to share information with interested agencies and departments in
the United States government. Originators could limit distribution to [303 personnel only
or even lim it distribution to the addressee of the document (NODIS).

)1

ea:

5i17961

7.

17962

8. (U) The second cable is 07 Kabul 6817963

12. (U) The third cable is 06 Kabul 542017964

16. (I J) The cable is 06 Kabul 5421.






Io?

17965

I

20. (U) The fifth cable is 06 Kabul 5435.



17966


ANGEL M. OVERGAARD F. BRADLEY 13. MANNING
CPT, JA MAJ, PFC, USA
Assistant Trial Counsel Military Defense Counsel Accused
8

17967

Prosecution Exhibitl^lb
8pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed fDrReason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

17968

Prosecution Exhibitl^lc
26 pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed fDrReason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

17969

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
OF
Manning, Bradley E. EXPECTED TESTIMONY

PFC, U.S. Army,

U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Ilenderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

PDAS H. Dean Pittman

Z?ZJune 2013

(U) it is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if Principal
Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) ll. Dean Pittman were present to testify during the merits
and pre-sentencing phases of this court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows:



l. (U) The United States Department of State is led by the Secretary of State. There are
six Under Secretary Offices that work for the Secretary of State. One of those Under Secretaries

is for Political Affairs. 'I?he Under Secretary of Political Affairs serves as the day-to-day

manager ofoverall regional and bilateral policy issues. 'l?he Under Secretary of Political Affairs
oversees seven bureaus which are headed by Assistant Secretaries. Those bureaus are African
Affairs, European and Eurasian Affairs, East Asian and Paci?c Affairs, Near Eastern Affairs,
South and Central Asian Affairs, Western Hemisphere Affairs, and International Organizations.
The Assistant Secretaries of the geographic bureaus and offices advise the Under Secretary and
guide the operation of the US diplomatic missions within their regional jurisdiction. Each
bureau has a Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) and several Deputy Assistant
Secretaries. The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary is the lead Deputy Assistant Secretary, all
of which assist in the development and management of US policy concerning the Bureau.

2. (U) I am a career member of the Foreign Service and have been serving as the PDAS in the
Bureau of International Organizations (IO) since December 2010. I served from 2009 to 2010 as
the Senior Diplomacy Advisor for the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review
(QDDR). Prior tojoining the QDDR team, I was a member of the Secretary ofState's Policy
Planning Staff, where I was responsible for issues related to Europe and the Administration's
climate change agenda. Other domestic assignments include Special Assistant to the Deputy
Secretary of State (2002-2003), Director for the Balkans at the National Security Council (2000-
2002), Legislative Management Ofiicer for the East Asian and Pacific region in the Bureau of
Legislative Affairs, and Thailand desk oflicer. Overseas, I served as U.S. Consul General to
Northern Ireland from 2004 to 2007 and was assigned to the Coalition Provisional Authority in
Iraq as deputy director of the governance of lice from 2003 to 2004. Other overseas assignments
include tours at our embassies in Sarajevo, Mozambique, and Guyana, and a detail assignment to
the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Bosnia. Prior to joining the
Foreign Service, I worked on the staff of a U.S. Congressman for eight years. I was also a
United States Peace Corps volunteer in Gabon. I hold a Master of Arts degree from the Johns
Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC, and a Bachelor ofArts in
Political Science from Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi.

3. (U) 10 is the U.S. G0vernment?s primary interlocutor with the United Nations and a host of
international agencies and organizations. As such, the Bureau is charged with advancing the
President?s vision of robust multilateral engagement as a crucial tool in advancing U.S. national





identi?cation



17970



interests. U.S. multilateral engagement spans the full range of important global issues, including
peace and security, nuclear nonproliferation, human rights, economic. development, climate
change, global health, and much more.

4. (U) The U.S. Mission to the United Nations (USUN) serves as the United States? delegation
to the United Nations. USUN is responsible for carrying out the nation?s participation in the
world body. In 1947, the United States Mission was created by an act of Congress to assist the
President and the Department of State in conducting United States policy at the United Nations.
Since that time, USUN has served a vital role as the Department of State's UN branch. Today,
USUN has approximately 150 people on staff who serve to represent the United States? political,
economic and social, legal, military, public diplomacy and management interests at the United
Nations.

5. (U) The embassies communicate what is occurring in the host nations through many different
means. Issuing a cable is an official communication by the Embassy or organization. Typically,
the Ambassador or Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) sign off as the originator on the cables
because they contain the official position of the embassy or organization. Generally, cables are
issued to summarize meetings and note significant events in the host country, and often contain
the analysis and comment of the author. The cables are issued via the distribution captions, one
of which is SIPDIS. The caption indicates that a cable is approved for SIPRNET
distribution for access by appropriately cleared individuals across numerous US government
agencies and departments. Classified cables containing the SIPDIS caption are available to all
users and JWICS to share information with interested agencies and departments in
the United States government. Originators could limit distribution to personnel only
(STADIS) or even limit distribution to the addressee of the document (NOD13).

6. (SBU) The first cable is 07 573.

7.

17971

10. (SBU) The second cable is 07 USUNNEVVYORK 575.

17972

14. (SBU) The third cable is 07 IISUNNFAVYORK 578.

17973

SIGNEDII SIGNEDH
ANGEL M. OVERGAARD THOMAS F. HURLEY BRADLEY E. MANNING
CPT, JA MAJ, JA PFC, USA

Assistant Trial Counsel Military Defense Counsel Accused



17974

Prosecution Exhibitl^2b
5pages
classified
"CO^EJE^E^TJ^E"
ordered sealedfDrReason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

17975

Prosecution Exhibitl^2c
13 pages
classified
"CO^EJE^E^TJ^E"
ordered sealed for Reason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplementto the original
Record ofTrial

17976

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
VI

OF


dlrarzfd 5 Ce:
A Bstephen Seche

DATEI): June 2013

Manning, Bradley E.

PFC, U.S. Army,

HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211



(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if
Ambassador (AMB) Stephen Seche were present to testify during the merits and pre~sentencing
phases of this court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows:

1. (U) ?I?he United States Department of State is led by the Secretary of State. There are
six Under Secretary Offices that work for the Secretary of State. One of those Under Secretaries
is for Political Affairs. ?l?he Under Secretary of Political Affairs serves as the day-to-day
manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs
oversees seven bureaus which are headed by Assistant Secretaries. Those bureaus are African
Affairs, European and Eurasian Affairs, East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Near Eastern Affairs,
South and Central Asian Affairs, Western Hemisphere Affairs, and International
The Assistant Secretaries of the geographic bureaus and offices advise the Under Secretary and
guide the operation of the US diplomatic missions within their regional jurisdiction. Each
bureau has a Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) and several Deputy Assistant
Secretaries. 'l?he PDAS is the lead Deputy Assistant Security, all of which assist in the
development and management of US policy concerning the Bureau.

2. (U) I recently retired after thirty~five years of service in the I am a career Foreign
Service Officer and have spent most of my career engaged in the practice of public
diplomacy. My last position at the was serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for
the Arabian Gulf in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs from August 2011 to May.2013. Before
that, I served as US Ambassador to Yemen from August 2007 to August 2010. I spent the
intervening year as a research associate at Georgetown University?s Institute for the Study of
Diplomacy. During the 2006 to 2007 academic year, I was a Visiting Fellow at the University of
Southern California, where I taught in the recently established master?s degree program in public
diplomacy. From February 2005 to August 2006, I served as Charge d'Affaires at the U.S.
Embassy in Damascus, Syria, following the departure of the Ambassador in the wake of the
murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Ra?k Hariri. Before that, I was the Deputy of Chief
of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Damascus, Syria, for the six months. This was my second_
tour in Damascus. From 1999 to 2002, I was Counselor for Public Affairs and Director of the
American Cultural Center. I spent the two years between my Damascus assignments as Director
of the Office for ligypt and Levant Affairs at the in Washington. I entered the Foreign
Service in i978 and spent the first seven years of my career in public diplomacy positions in
Guatemala, Peru, and Bolivia. Other overseas assignments have included four years (1989-
1993) as Information Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, Canada, and four years (1993-
1997) as Press Attache at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India. Following my service in India,
I returned to Washington for the first of two years of Arabic language training, completing the

r732. for
PAGE



program at the Foreign Service lnstitute's Field School in Tunis. I received my BA. from the
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and spent four years as ajournalist before entering the
Foreign Service.

3. (U) The Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NBA) deals with US. Foreign policy and U.S.
diplomatic relations with Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon,
Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab
and Yemen. Regional policy issues that NBA handles include Iraq, Middle liast peace,
terrorism and weapons of mass destruction, and political and economic reform. Key regional
topics include: (1) Helping Iraqis build a unified, stable, and prosperous country; (2) Renewing
progress toward the two~state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli con?ict; (3) Working against
terrorist.s and their state sponsors, as well as against the spread of weapons of mass destruction;
and (4) Supporting efforts at economic and political reform in the region.

4. (U) The embassies communicate what is occurring in the host nations through many different
means. issuing a cable is an official communication by the Embassy or organization. Typically,
the Ambassador or Deputy Chiefof Mission sign off as the originator on the cables
because they contain the official position of the embassy or organization. Generally, cables are
issued to summarize meetings and note signi?cant events in the host country, and otten contain
the analysis and comment of the author. The cables are issued via the distribution captions, one
of which is SIPDIS. The SIPDIS caption indicates that a cable is approved for SIPRNET
distribution for access by appropriately cleared individuals across numerous US government
agencies and departments. Classi?ed cables containing the SIPDIS caption are available to all
users of SIPRNET and WICS to share information with interested agencies and departments in
the United States government. Originators could limit distribution to personnel only
(STADIS) or even limit distribution to the recipient ofthe document (N ODIS).

5. (SBU) The first cable is 05 Algiers 1836.

6.

9. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Algiers 1961.

10.

13. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Baghdad 2646.

14.




17. (SBU) The next cable is Baghdad 4205.




21. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Beirut 3603.

22.



25. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Beirut 3604.

17983



29. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Beirut 3703.



(SBU) The next cable is 06 Kuwait 4430.

37. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Kuwait 4438.

38.

41. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Riyadh 8811.

45. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Tripoli 645.

46.

49. (SBU) The next cable is 06 Tripoli 648.

50.

53. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 35.

- 54.

57. (SBU) The next. cable is 07 Baghdad 36.

61. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 37.

65. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 42.

69. next Cable is 07 Baghdad S3.

70

17994



73. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 56.

77. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 63.

78.

17996



81. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 64.

85. (81311) The next cable is 07 Baghdad 70.

86.





89. next cable is 07 Basrah 3.

93. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Beirut 1958.



97. (SBU) The next cable is 07 Riyadh 21.

18000





101. (SBU) The cable is 07 Riyadh 22.

102.



103.



25

105. (SBU) The cable is 07 Riyadh 23.

106.

I09. The next cable is '['unis 47.

110.

18?02



113. (SBU) The next cdbie is 08 Amman 535.

1 17. next cable is 08 Cairo 569.

118.

18004



121. (SBU) The next cable is 09 Baghdad 2390.

122.

125. (SBU) The next cable is 09 Riyadh 1156.

126.



129. (SBU) The next cable is 10 Rabat 294.

I30.


ANGEL M. OVERGAARD
CPT, JA

Assistant '|'rial Counsel


THOMAS F. HURLBY
MAJ, A

Military Defense Counsel

3]


MANNING
PFC, USA

Accused

18006

18007

Prosecution Exhibitl^3b
31pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealedfDrReason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

18008

Prosecution Exhibitl^3c
l^^pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed forReason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

Redactions in Original
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

v.
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort .Myer, Virginia 22211

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18009

STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY

llnehtlrqed t!t1blt5

AMB Stephen Seche

DATED:

4

June 2013

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if
Ambassador (AMB) Stephen Seche were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing
phases of this comi-mmiial, he would testify substantially as follows:

!. (SBU) Although not within PEIJsKfor ID or AE 501, I also reviewed the following cables.
2. (SBU) The next cable is 09 State 15113.

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6. (SBU) The next cable is 09 Doha 214.

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18010

18011

//ORIGINAL SIGNED//
ANGEL M. OVERGAARD
CPT,JA
Assistant Trial Counsel

//ORIGINAL SIGNED//
THOMAS F. HURLEY
MAJ, JA
Militmy Defense Counsel

3

//ORIGINAL SIGNED//
BRADLEY E. lviANNING
PFC, USA
Accused

18012

Prosecution Exhibitl^^b
3pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed fDrReason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

18013

Prosecution Exhibitl^^c
36 pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed for Reason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

18014

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

v.
STIPULATION OF
Manning, Bradiey E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
U.S. Army Garrison, AMB Don Yainamoto
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211

ea 2 June 2013

(U) It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if
Ambassador (AMB) Don Yamamoto were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing
phases of this court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows:

I. (U) The United States Department ofState is led by the Secretary of State. There are
six Under Secretary Otiices that work for the Secretary of State. One ofthose Under Secretaries
is for Political Affairs. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs serves as the day?to-day
manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues. The Under Secretary of Political Affairs
oversees seven bureaus which are headed by Assistant Secretaries. Those bureaus are African
Affairs, European and Eurasian Affairs, East Asian and Paci?c Affairs, Near Eastern Affairs,
South and Central Asian Affairs, Western Hemisphere Affairs, and International Organizations.
The Assistant Secretaries of the geographic bureaus and offices advise the Under? Secretary and
guide the operation of the US diplomatic missions within their regional jurisdiction. Each
bureau has a Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) and several Deputy Assistant
Secretaries. The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary is the lead Deputy Assistant Secretary, all
of which assist in the development and management of US policy concerning the Bureau.

2. (U) I am the Acting Assistant Secretary and the PDAS ofthe Bureau of African
Affairs. 1 have been since 1 April 2013 and PDAS since I August 2009. My prior
assignments include serving as the U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of
Ethiopia from November 2006 to July 2009. As Ambassador, you represent the United States in
the relevant country and advocate the policies of the United States. I have also served as Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of African Affairs from 2003 to 2006, where I was
responsible for coordinating U.S. policy toward over 20 countries in east and central Africa. I
served as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Djibouti from 2000 to 2003 and was the Deputy
Director for East African Affairs from 1998 to 2000. I also served in F.ritrea'as Charge d?
Affaires at the US Embassy Asmara in the Horn of Africa from 1996 to 1998. I entered the
Foreign Service in l980. Additional former assignments include U.S. Embassy Beijing, as
Ambassador's staff aide and human rights officer during the Tiananmen Square demonstrations
in 1989 and Japan, as principal officer of the Fukuoka consulate.

3. (U) I attended the National War College from 1995 to 1996 for senior training and received a
Congressional Fellowship in 1991. I did graduate studies at Columbia University, receiving a
master's degree in international affairs. 1 have also studied Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, and
French. During my Foreign Service career, I have received twelve Senior Performance Awards,
four individual Superior Honor awards, two group awards, and the 2006 Robert Frasure

l7??i?m- imntificntion
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18015

Memorial Award for advancing conflict resolution in Africa. I have testified in front of?
Congress on numerous occasions to provide expertise in African Affairs.

4. (U) The Bureau ofAt'riean Affairs is focused on the development and management ol?U
policy concerning the continent There are live pillars that serve as the foundation US
policy toward Africa: (1) Support for democracy and the strengthening of democratic institutions
on the continent, including free, fair, and transparent elections; (2)Supporting African economic
growth and development; (3) Conflict prevention, mitigation, and resolution; (4) Supporting
Presidential initiatives such as Global Health Initiative, Feed the Future, and the Global Climate
Change Initiative; and (5) Working with African nations on transnational issues such as drug
smuggling, money laundering, illicit arms, and trafficking in persons.

5. (U) The embassies communicate what is occurring in the host nations through many different
means. Issuing a cable is an oliicial communication by the Embassy or organization. Typically,
the Ambassador or Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) sign off as the originator on the cables
because they contain the official position of the embassy or organization. Generally, cables are
issued to summarize meetings and note significant events in the host country, and often contain
the analysis and comment of the author. The cables are issued via the distribution captions, one
ofwhich is SIPDIS. 'l?he SIPDIS caption indicates that a cable is approved for
distribution for access by appropriately cleared individuals across numerous US government
agencies and departments. Classi?ed cables containing the SIPDIS caption are available to all
users of SIPRNET and JWICS to share information with interested agencies and departments in
the United States government. Originators could limit distribution to personnel only
(STADIS) or even limit distribution to the addressee nfthe document (NODIS), but this is rarely
done.

6. (SBU) The first cabie is 10 Pretoria 636.

7.

18016

ID. (SBU) The second cable is 08 Khartoum 246.

ll.

18018



14. (SBU) The third cable is 08 Khartoum 428.

18019

18. (SBU) The f;ourth cable is 07 Lagos 719.

19.

18020

22. fi?h cable is 09 AtldisAbaba 1063.

18021

26. (SBU) The sixth cable is 07 2197.

18023

30. (SBU) The seventh cable is 09 Bamako 85.

31.

18024

34. (SBU) The seventh cable is 08 DarEsSalaam 206.

35.

18026


ANGEL M. OVISRGAARD THOMAS IIURLBY MANNING
JA MAJ, JA PFC, USA

Counsel Military Defense Counsel Accused



18027

Prosecution Exhibitl^5b
13 pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed for Reason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

18028

Prosecution Exhibitl^5c
^6 pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed f^rReason2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20^ugust2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial

18029

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING AND ARRANGING RECORD OF TRIAL
USE OF FORM - Use this form and MCM, 1984,
Appendix 14, will be used by the trial counsel and
the reporter as a guide to the preparation of the
record of trial in general and special court-martial
cases in which a verbatim record is prepared. Air
Force uses this form and departmental
instructions as a guide to the preparation of the
record of trial in general and special court-martial
cases in which a summarized record is authorized.
Army and Navy use DD Form 491 for records of
trial in general and special court-martial cases in
which a summarized record is authorized.
Inapplicable words of the printed text will be
deleted.

8. Matters submitted by the accused pursuant to
Article 60 (MCM, 1984, RCM 1105).

COPIES - See MCM, 1984, RCM 1103(g). The
convening authority may direct the preparation of
additional copies.

12. Advice of staff judge advocate or legal officer,
when prepared pursuant to Article 34 or otherwise.

ARRANGEMENT - When forwarded to the
appropriate Judge Advocate General or for judge
advocate review pursuant to Article 64(a), the
record will be arranged and bound with allied
papers in the sequence indicated below. Trial
counsel is responsible for arranging the record as
indicated, except that items 6, 7, and 15e will be
inserted by the convening or reviewing authority,
as appropriate, and items 10 and 14 will be
inserted by either trial counsel or the convening or
reviewing authority, whichever has custody of
them.

13. Requests by counsel and action of the
convening authority taken thereon (e.g., requests
concerning delay, witnesses and depositions).

1. Front cover and inside front cover (chronology
sheet) of DD Form 490.
2. Judge advocate's review pursuant to Article
64(a), if any.
3. Request of accused for appellate defense
counsel, or waiver/withdrawal of appellate rights,
if applicable.
4. Briefs of counsel submitted after trial, if any
(Article 38(c)).
5. DD Form 494, "Court-Martial Data Sheet."

9. DD Form 458, "Charge Sheet" (unless included
at the point of arraignment in the record).
10. Congressional inquiries and replies, if any.
11. DD Form 457, "Investigating Officer's Report,"
pursuant to Article 32, if such investigation was
conducted, followed by any other papers which
accompanied the charges when referred for trial,
unless included in the record of trial proper.

14. Records of former trials.
15. Record of trial in the following order:
a. Errata sheet, if any.
b. Index sheet with reverse side containing
receipt of accused or defense counsel for copy of
record or certificate in lieu of receipt.
c. Record of proceedings in court, including
Article 39(a) sessions, if any.
d. Authentication sheet, followed by certificate
of correction, if any.
e. Action of convening authority and, if appropriate, action of officer exercising general courtmartial jurisdiction.
f. Exhibits admitted in evidence.

6. Court-martial orders promulgating the result of
trial as to each accused, in 10 copies when the
record is verbatim and in 4 copies when it is
summarized.

g. Exhibits not received in evidence. The page
of the record of trial where each exhibit was
offered and rejected will be noted on the front of
each exhibit.

7. When required, signed recommendation of
staff judge advocate or legal officer, in duplicate,
together with all clemency papers, including
clemency recommendations by court members.

h. Appellate exhibits, such as proposed instructions, written offers of proof or preliminary
evidence (real or documentary), and briefs of
counsel submitted at trial.

DD FORM 490, MAY 2000

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