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Text: ATTACHMENT AFrom: Papakie Brian Sent: Friday, March 04, 2011 5:01 PMTo: Barnes CWO2 Denise Subject: reviewSigned By: brian.papakie@usmc.mi|CWO2 Barnes The Board conducted their review and the recommendations are as follows: (although theresults of Det Kreider are listed below Troophandlers from HQ Support BN contacted the brig(SSG Jordan) at 1650 that Det Kreider will be released as "pre-trial confinement is no longerdeemed necessary," and his ADSEP paperwork is ready.Det Isenberg recommended to come off to and employed in the laundry room.Unanimous vote from the board.The medical review by Capt Moore and LTC Hemphill regarding Det Isenberg's SR and POI statusare not necessary from a standpoint. The risk for self harm was low due tostrong family ties and having no previous diagnosis of depression. All categories circledwere of the lowest factor.Det Kreider recommended to come off to and employed as the Interior workdetail. 2-1 vote in favor.The medical review by Capt Moore and LTC Hemphill regarding Det Kreider's POI status is notnecessary from a standpoint. The risk for self harm was low due to previousstressors being resolved. SND cited strong reasons to not harm himself andalso reported good social supports. All categories circled were of the lowest factor.Det Manning recommended to remain Unanimous vote from the board.The medical review by Col Malone regarding Det Manning's POI status was that SND wascompletely removed from his medications. His anxiety disorder remains in remission. Riskassessment is stable and low. All categories circled were of the lowest factor.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 ManningB_0O-149793 From: Papakie Brian Sent: Friday, March 04. 2011 8:45 AMTo: Boafo Michael Buck Jason; Terry Matthew Cc: Fuller William Blenis Craig Subject: FW: Manning's underwear (UNCLASSIFIED)Attachments: Papakie Voluntary Statement.pdf; MANNING NEW HANDLING LETTER 110302.pdfSigned By:Gents,Make sure he is not standing at attention naked for evening count right before taps.should be taking his panties right before he lays down.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 From: Barnes cwoz Denise Sent: Friday, March 64, 2011 8:36To: Haberland, John CPT MIL USAYOUCc: Greer Ltcol Christopher Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Papakie Brian Subject: RE: Manning's underwear (UNCLASSIFIED)Good Morning Sir, I attached the voluntary statement that Papakie wrote and the newhandling letter that was signed.Here are some key points:1. Given the circumstances of that day, the receipt of new charges and the receipt of theBase Commander's response to his article 138 complaint which did not support his allegationson CWO Averhart, I felt it necessary to take precaution once Papakie briefed me on whatdetainee Manning said.2. The underwear is only removed after TAPS which is at 2266 and returned at reveille alongwith his other gear. He was never told to stand naked at any time by any staff member. As amatter of fact, he is supposed to cover himself with one of the blankets when he stands up.Detainee Manning has always done that without being told to in the past.If you need anything else Sir, please let me know.cwoz Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134- ManningB_0044979433? ?Fax? Message?-?--From: Haberland, John CPT MIL USA Sent: Friday, March 04, 2011 7:49To: Barnes cwoz Denise Cc: Greer LtCol Christopher Subject: Manning's underwear (UNCLASSIFIED)Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOSir and cwoz Barnes,Due to Mr. Coombs most recent statements on his blog, we would like to send notice to thedefense of exactly the reasons that PFC Manning's underwear was taken and that it was hisstatements rather than brig personnel action that caused this to happen. In order to makesure that we are on the same page and that the information that we send to the defenseidentical to that which is in the brig reports. In order to write our memo, I would likecopies of the reports, notes and documents that were generated in response to PFC Manning'sstatement about his underwear.I will not forward the documents to Mr. Coombs but I will use them to write an email givinghim the facts and explaining that statements by his client will be taken seriously and heshould advise his client appropriately.Please let me know if you have any questions. If possible I would like to get this memo outthis morning.Very Respectfully,CPT John B. HaberlandRegimental Judge Advocate3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)-ManningB_00449795Building 242, Fort Myer, Virginia 2221151?? ?("1eaSe ??ti?Y Via Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOManningB_0O449796From: Papakie Brian sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2011 9:52 AMTo: Blenis Craig Subject: RE: Manning entrySigned By:Good to go (id changed to IF) and a comma before butRespectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 Message--?--From: Blenis Craig Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2611 9:18To: Papakie Brian Subject: Manning entryImportance: HighHow's this paragraph read and is it correct?On 28 February 2011, SND was counseled by the Brig Supervisor, Papakie, concerning DetManning's altering of the OPNAV voluntary statement. On several occasions, SND choseto either not receive recreation call or have his recreation call secured early. SND wasasked to make a written statement documenting his request which SND agreed to do however, SNDlined out several areas of the OPNAV form. SND was told by the Brig Supervisor that he doesnot have to make a written statement at all but id SND chooses alterthe document itself. SND stated that he was instructed by his attorney not to make anystatements within the Brig and this is why he lined out certain areas of the OPNAV form. SNDstated that he understood that he is not to alter that form or any other official form andalso that he understands that is not required to provide any written statement to Brig staff.ManningB_00449797From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Sunday, January 23, 2011 5:33 PMTo: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Barnes CWO2 Denise Papakie Brian Subject: DET MANNING VISIT 23 JANUARY 2011Sir,At 1466 on 23 January 2011, Det Manning received a personal visit from his cousin Robert Vanto the Quantico PCF during normal schedule visitation hours. The visit went well withno incidents however it is noted that after the visitation call, Det Manning's attorney DavidCoombs called the Brig to speak with Det Manning to inform him that David House showed up atQuantico but could not visit because he was detained. The DBS informed David Coombs that hecould not let him speak with SND and gave him the proper procedures. David Coombs then askedthe DBS to relay the message to his client as he didn't want Manning to think that hisvisitors didn't show to visit. This method of calling Master Control after working hours,weekends and holidays has been brought to the attention of the SJA to relay to the prosecutorand defense on a previous occasion, however the Defense continue to violate the request.David Coombs has been asked to call the Facility during normal hours and speak to the ChiefCounselor Blenis who is the designated POC. A voluntary statement was written by theDBS, GM2 webb.It is requested that the Brig Commander be provided a completed access list of Det Manningdefense team to ensure no unauthorized personnel attempt to gain access. This list shouldinclude the defense It is noted that at a schedule meeting held at the Brigwith Dr. Hoctor, Col Malone, Dr. Moore(reservist assigned to and interns who alsoassist the a conversation arose which Dr. Hoctor stated that the DefenseAttorney David Coombs had asked him to be the Defense and witness but he haddeclined. Dr. Hoctor also stated that David Coombs had asked Dr. Moore and he had accepted.Dr. Moore confirmed with a head nod. To my knowledge this has not been approved and if so Dr.Moore should not be visiting at the same time as Dr. Hoctor and Col Malone. Clarificationshould be provided regarding this issue.Respectfully,cwoa James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5935wk#Ce1l# From: Fuller William Sent: Friday, January 21, 2011 5:43 PMTo: Averhart CWO4 James Bienis Craig Papakie Brian Barnes CWO2Denise Subject: board reportAttachments: New Microsoft Office Word Document.pdfAs Requested Sir.Gunny FullerManningB_00449799From: Averhan CWO4 James Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 1:47 PMTo: Blenis Craig Papakie Bnian Subject: RE: Note for the manning reportYou crazy Gunns!CWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035wk#Ce11#From: Blenis Craig Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2619 11:69 AMTo: Papakie Brian Cc: Averhart cwo4 James Subject: Note for the manning reportGood morning gentlemen,How is this verbage?(2) On 13 December 2610, a package from Amazon.com was delivered to the Brig by aconstruction worker who works at a nearby site. There was no previous request For a packagesubmitted by Det Manning and there was no previous approval for a package given by the BrigOIC. when asked about any potential packages that may be coming, Det Manning stated that hewas not aware of any but thought that family members may be sending something due to hisupcoming birthday. The package is being rejected and returned to sender due to the manner inwhich it was received and also because there was no prior request or knowledge of the packageby SND, and there was no pre?approval given by the Brig OIC, and we Felt like being dicks.BlenisManningB_00449800From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 4:39 PMTo: Haberland, John CPT MIL USACc: Papakie Brian Fuller Vwlliam Blenis Craig Lee Curtis Ebitz Maj Amy Broadston Major Christian Greer Christopher Jordan SSG RyanSubject: RE: Manning POI status (UNCLASSIFIED)Captain Haberland,Your comment is correct regarding our prior conversation.PFC Manning will not be allowed to conduct any physical training in his cell. He can conductphysical training in the authorized area under the supervision of Brig staff in the allottedtime to ensure his safety. PFC Manning status will be reviewed at the Classification andAssignment Board on 10 December 2016 at which time I will make the final determination andapprove his status after a recommendation from the board.Respectfully,cwo4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035wk#Cell# From: Haberland, John CPT MIL USA 1Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2610 4:13 PMTo: Averhart cwo4 James Cc: Haberland, John CPT MIL USASubject: Manning POI status (UNCLASSIFIED)Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOCWO4 Averhart,I just wanted to follow up our conversation today regarding PFC Manning's prevention ofinjury status. It is my understanding the PFC Manning's POI status will be reviewed tomorrowand you, along with your staff, will determine if PFC Manning is eligible for increasedsunshine time and increased physical fitness time. PFC Manning will not be allowed toexercise in his cell while he is in POT status. This is for his own safety. Pleaseresponse and acknowledge the facts in this email.ManningB_O0449801Thank you for your help.Very Respectfully,CPT John B. HaberlandRegimental Judge Advocate3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)Office: cen= Building 242, Fort Myer, Virginia 22211Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOU0ManningB_00449802From:SentTo:Subject:Signed By:Papakie Brian Wednesday, December 08, 2010 4:47 PMAverhart CWO4 James RE: AP query re: PFC Manning (UNCLASSIFIED)1. How large is the cell in which PFC. Manning is being held?Answer: All prisoners/detainees are housed in single occupancy cells of the dimensions 6 Footwide, 8 foot high and 8 Foot deep.2. How much time does PFC. Manning spend confined to the cell?Answer: Det Manning spends approx 23 hours of a 24 hour day in his cell.6. what exercise opportunities is PFC. Manning afforded?Answer: He has the opportunity once a day For 28 minutes to walk, play basketball, or useindoor stationary exercise equipment.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2610 16:38To: Papakie Brian Subject: Fw: AP query re: PFC Manning (UNCLASSIFIED)CWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035Nk# -?-?-Original From: Johnson Col Thomas Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2910 4:31 PMTo: Averhart cwo4 James Cc: Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Kauzlarich Col Mark Subject: Fw: AP query re: PFC Manning (UNCLASSIFIED)Gunner Averhart,ManningB_00449803Need your help with questions 1, 2 and 6 in the original e?mail. would like to getback to the reporter in the next hour at the latest. Thanks!Col T.V. JohnsonQuantico PAO763.432.9364?--??0rigina1 From: Langston Leonard Sent: Wednesday, December 98, 2016 16:97To: Johnson Col Thomas Subject: FN: AP query re: PFC Manning (UNCLASSIFIED)-?-??Original Message-??--From: Combs, Adrienne M. CIV PAO 1Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2019 16:04To:Cc: Langston Leonard Manning, Robert LTC USA Kelly, Shaunteh CIVPAOSubject: AP query re: PFC Manning (UNCLASSIFIED)Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUODave -Your questions regarding conditions surrounding PFC Manning's confinementshould be addressed with Marine Corps Base Quantico Public Affairs.Your request for information has been forwarded to them to assist you.VRAdrienneAdrienne M. CombsDeputy Director of Public AffairsJoint Force Headquarters National Capital RegionU.S. Army Military District of Washington103 Third Avenue Building 32 2nd FloorFort McNairwashington, DC 20319 phonejwaxOriginal Message From: Dishneau, Dave To: Manning, Robert LTC USA PAOManningB_00449804Sent: Wed Dec 08 15:26:58 2019Subject: AP query re PFC ManningHi, Rob,Pfc.Manning's supporters are expressing dismay over the conditions of hisconfinement. Can you please provide answers to these questions:1.203.4.5.How large is the cell in which Pfc. Manning is being held?How much time does Pfc. Manning spend confined to the cell?Is Pfc. Manning still single-celled?Is Pfc. Manning still on suicide watch?To what extent does his suicide?watch status relate to his confinementconditions such being sing1e?cel1ed and hours of confinement?6.7.what exercise opportunities is Pfc. Manning afforded?To what extent do his confinement conditions differ from those ifdetainees in the general population?Please respond ASAP and thanks,DaveDavid DishneauCorrespondentThe Associated PressP.O. Box 648Hagerstown, MD 21740Office:Mobile: Fax:E-mail:The information contained in this communication is intended for the use ofthe designated recipients named above. If the reader of this communication is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that you have receivedthis communication in error, and that any review, dissemination, distributionor copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have receivedthis communication in error, please notify The Associated Press immediatelyby telephone at +1-212-621-1898 and delete this e?mail. Thank you.Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOU0ManningB_00449805From: Papakie Brian Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 10:09 AMTo: Averhart CWO4 James Subject: RE: POI status (UNCLASSIFIED)Attachments: MCO 1640.5B.pdf; SECNAVINST 1640.90 - DON Corrections ManuaI.pdfSigned By:CWO4 Averhart,Here are the answers to questions from the prosecutor. Specifically on question 3; I believewe should support someone from their office coming down and obtaining the proper information(copies), but not a task for our Marines in Admin - To include 5 logs will requiresubstantial paper thus the need for administrative supplies from their office.1. MAX Custody procedures. I have been looking at the regulation regarding MAX custodydetainees and their movement and I have a few questions. The uniform section talks aboutdetainees being moved in the uniform of their service. Does this mean that PFC Manningshould be moved in ACU's rather than in the prison uniform? If the detainees should remainin their detainee uniform then do we have another Army detainee where we adhered to thesestandards. I would like to have some examples to cite to Defense for the reasons that wehave to move PFC Manning in his detainee uniform and why his restraints have to remain on.(1a) No; both pre and post trial inmates will be housed and transported according to thatconfinement facility under:Orders and Directives: SECNAVINST 1640.9C and MCO 1640.58SECNAV 4201. pg 4-9 (5) Person's uniform outside a Navy confinement facility shall notidentify the individual as a prisoner. Prisoners confined in Marine Corps confinementfacilities shall wear the standardized prisoner uniform per MCO 1640.58.MCO 1640.58 1. Purpose. To establish procedures for wearing the standardized prisoner uniformby pretrial and post-trial prisoners confined in Marine Corps brigs.5. Policy - under sections and a. All pretrial and post-trial prisoners in all custody grades, to include installationcustody, shall wear the standardized prisoner uniform.f. The prisoner uniforms will be worn to all activities with the exception of courts?martial,civil hearings, and when being transferred to other confinement facilities, at which time theappropriate seasonal uniform or civilian attire, dependent on discharge status, shall beworn.Restraints:SECNAV 1640.9C4201. (5) MAX prisoners shall wear restraints at all times when outside the maximum-securityarea and be escorted by at least two escorts (confinement facility staff or certifiedescorts, per article 7406).ManningB_00449806(6) On a case?by?case basis, the may authorize additional restraint for movementof specific MAX prisoners. A military judge may direct that restraints be removed from aperson in the courtroom if, in this judge's opinion, such restraint is not necessary. In allcases, the limitations of article 1102 of reference shall be observed.2. Determination of POI status. Defense has made a request that PFC Manning 's statusbe reduced from POI to some other status where he is able to have more time outside orworkout in his cell. My understanding is that his status determination is made based on alist of factors including his charges, mental health and behavior. Since the Defense hasmade the request to lower his status it is something that we have to at least address. Isthere a lesser level of POI that PFC Manning could be moved to. If the recommendation of theBrig personnel is to have him remain on POI status that is fine, we just need to have itaddressed to the Defense counsel.(2a) There is no subsequent level to Prevention Of Injury under the conditions ofDetainee Manning's previous suicidal gesture and the most recent note of behaviorabnormalities he will remain POI. The status of POI gives the facility commander theflexibility of taking the necessary precautions for an inmate with the potential to harmthemselves, but reduce the number of restrictions placed on an individual. POI Status is nota form of punishment but rather precautionary measure.SECNAV pg 4-l4a. Some prisoners require additional supervision and attention due to personality disorders,behavior abnormalities, risk of suicide or violence, or other character traits. If requiredto preserve order, the BRIG Os or, in their absence, the brig duty officers/duty brigsupervisors may authorize special quarters for such prisoners for purposes of control,prevention of injury to themselves or others, and the orderly and safe administration of theconfinement facility. A hearing to determine the need for continued administrativesegregation of the prisoner shall be conducted. This hearing may be by board action or by amember of the confinement facilityappointed in writing by the BRIG O, and a written recommendation to the BRIG 0 will beprovided within 72 hours of the prisoner's entry into segregation.d. Prisoners who have threatened suicide or have made a suicide gesture but are found fit forconfinement may be placed within special quarters under continuous observation while in thecategory of suicide risk. may direct removal of prisoner's clothing when deemednecessary. Prisoner must be under observation of a supervisor of the same sex. Closed circuittelevision may be installed at a limited number of cells for observation, although crossgender monitoring is not authorized.SOP section 6004. CLASSIFICATION AND ASSIGNMENT Prevention of Injury (POI). Those prisoners who have given an indication that they intendor are contemplating harming themselves or others will be assigned Maximum Custody.3. Sunshine Call Logs. The defense counsel is concerned about PFC Manning's mental andphysical health in relation to his small amount of time outside. In order to combat anypotential Article 13 issues I would like to get a copy of the logs that show when PFC Manningwent outside and how long he stayed there. I know that he usually gets 26 minutes daily butI need to have the logs that show that.(3a) we will provide copies of the logs, please provide a paralegal to schedule a visit tothe facility with administrative supplies and make the appropriate copies. Each log covers aperiod of approx one month; due to his confinement length, the period covered would be approxfive (5) log books. From: Haberland, John CPT MIL USA [mailto: Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2619 2:54 PMTo: Averhart CWO4 James Cc: Greer LtCol Christopher Broadston Major Christian 3; Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: POI status (UNCLASSIFIED)Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOU0Chief Averhart,I wanted to touch base with you about a few questions that we have on policies, proceduresand status.1. MAX Custody procedures. I have been looking at the regulation regarding MAX custodydetainees and their movement and I have a few questions. The uniform section talks aboutdetainees being moved in the uniform of their service. Does this mean that PFC Manningshould be moved in rather than in the prison uniform? If the detainees should remainin their detainee uniform then do we have another Army detainee where we adhered to thesestandards. I would like to have some examples to cite to Defense for the reasons that wehave to move PFC Manning in his detainee uniform and why his restraints have to remain on.2. Determination of POI status. Defense has made a request that PFC Manning '5 statusbe reduced from POI to some other status where he is able to have more time outside orworkout in his cell. My understanding is that his status determination is made based on alist of factors including his charges, mental health and behavior. Since the Defense hasmade the request to lower his status it is something that we have to at least address. Isthere a lesser level of POI that PFC Manning could be moved to. If the recommendation of theBrig personnel is to have him remain on POI status that is fine, we just need to have itaddressed to the Defense counsel.3. Sunshine Call Logs. The defense counsel is concerned about PFC Manning's mental andphysical health in relation to his small amount of time outside. In order to combat anypotential Article 13 issues I would like to get a copy of the logs that show when PFCManning went outside and how long he stayed there. I know that he usually gets 29 minutesdaily but I need to have the logs that show that.Please let me know if any of these things need clarification. Thank you for your help.Very Respectfully,CPT John B. HaberlandRegimental Judge Advocate3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)Office: Ce11= Building 242, Fort Myer, Virginia 22211Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOManningB_O0449809From: Papakie Brian Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 5:23 PMTo: Alldredge Joseph Gamett Steven Hanks Richard Webb,Terrance (HM2Cc: Blenis Craig Boafo Michael Buck Jason; Ellis Charles FullerWilliam Jordan SSG Ryan Lee Curtis Terry Matthew Sumed; INFORMAHONSigned By:Leaders,Due to the seasonal change and drastic changes forth coming in the weather, Maximum custodyprisoners will be authorized an INDOOR ?sunshine call/recreation call? on inclement weatherdays e.g. constant rain, 32 degrees or below, snow or ice on the deck. The indoor event formaximum custody will be conducted in handcuffs only. The individual (MAX) will be escortedto the dorm in full restraints and will have the belt and legs irons removed once in thedorm. Handcuffs reapplied after the belt is removed. At no time should the individualshands be free while in the dorm. The two escorts and the DBS will be present for the INDOORactivity. Dorm hatch will remain closed at all times. Master Control Camera will be on inthat dorm during the activity. Bike is acceptable with handcuffs treadmill is not. If youhave a question about other equipment, SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT, ASK.First let me define the difference between REC CALL vs. SUNSHINE CALL - Rec Call is conductedfor ALL individuals that are not on Suicide Risk and/or Prevention Of Injury. Sunshine callfor SR and POI will be determined according to their handling letter.Second - Let me clear up several confusions between CUSTODY vs. STATUS - Custody will dictatethe proper use of restraints according to SECNAV 1646.9C (READ IT) and will be noted on theirhandling letter. Ensure special quarters supervisors are READING THE HANDLING LETTERS.Example - Detainee Manning is a 20 min sunshine call because he is on POI.Example Villenueva is an hour of recreation call because he is a normal MAX on ER.Example - Burke is an MDI on LOP and should be escorted according to custody. This means norestraints - LOP and DS do not require restraints unless programs has determined that theindividual will be noted on the HANDLING LETTER.DUTY BRIG SUPERVISORS - You hold a position that is normally held by - who have anexcellent working knowledge of the Correction Manual - when was the last time you lookedsomething up in one or even picked one up?The subject of Detainee Manning comes up more often than you think. It's on the internet,it's on the news and it's in our hands so long as he is confined in this brig. You mustensure that you are following procedures correctly.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 ManningB_00449810ManningB_00449811From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 4:58 PMTm Cc: Oltman Col Robert Papakie Brian Blenis Craig Subject: DR HOCTOR MENTAL EVALUATIONS ICO DET MANNING Attachments: Dr Hoctor POI - SR REVIEWS ICO DET Per my last email,I request that we keep close hold until we can discuss in a meeting. I've had the opportunityto review all of Dr. Hoctor's evaluations of Det. Manning since confinement. His evaluationsare not consistent and appears to be on both sides of the water to cover his six in the caseAttached are all of the reviews written by Capt Hocter. They are in chronologicalorder from oldest to newest. If you look at his comments and the boxes that are checked, theyshow great contradiction at times.If you look at the boxes that are checked from week to week, they go back and forth randomly.These are serious trends that causes a Red Flag in my profession. I am unwilling to make anyrecommendation in reducing his custody or status.At this time, SND will remain in his present status of Prevention of Injury.I request a meeting to discuss recommendations and the way ahead with the Commanding Officeras I am now concern with the mental evaluation Det. Manning is currently receiving.NOTE: Dr. Hoctor will be deploying in approximately one month.Respectfully,CWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5635wk#Cell From: Papakie Brian Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 8:54 AMTo: Lyons LtCol Stephen Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Averhart CWO4 James Subject: RE: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningSigned By:LtCo1 Lyons,He allowed to read newspaper and magazines which we receive as donations from the library.He chooses not to read those items.He does receive an hour of TV call a day and does watch news programs.No prisoners/detainees have access to the internet.Respectrully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 From: Lyons LtCo1 Stephen Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2616 8:40To: Papakie Brian Subject: Fw: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningPapakie,As a Follow-up to the media inquiries, I wanted to confirm the following based on my visit tothe brig:1. PFC Manning can watch TV for short periods while in his cell. Can he watch news programsand For how long each day on average?2. He does not have access to the Internet.Thanks.Ltcol LyonsFrom: Lyons LtCol Stephen Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 8:31To: Papakie Brian Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Averhart CWO4 James ManningB_00449813Subject: RE: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningThank you, Papakie.I didn't think we used the term "solitary confinement," I advised PAO that PFC Manning is notin solitary confinement.newspapers and magazines -- Is PFC Manning allowed to read current newspapers ormagazines? I assume "approved" means the reading material is not pornographic or otherwiseinappropriate.Thanks.V/r,LtCo1 Lyons??--?Original Message--?-?From: Papakie Brian Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2019 8:24To: Lyons LtCol Stephen Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Averhart CNO4 James Subject: RE: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningLtCo1 Lyons, Good Morning,In regards to "solitary confinement? that is a term that does not exist here at the Facility.His housing is identical to the rest of the population confined. The entire population'sdesignated housing unit (designation by PSL Corrections in conjunction with BRAC) is SpecialQuarters. 11. He is authorized to read approved magazines, newspapers and books. 2. He has chosen to read a book on occasion, but not to read magazines and has not asked fora newspaper.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247uantico VA 22134 From: Lyons LtCo1 Stephen Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2619 19:13To: Papakie Brian Subject: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningPapakie,Our PAO received media inquiries regarding PFC Manning's confinement status. we intend onadvising that he's not in "solitary" confinement, but we don't know the following:ManningB_004498141. Is PFC Manning allowed to read newspapers and/or magazines?2. If so, does he choose to read them?Please advise. 1'11 discuss our response to the media Thank you.V/r,LtCo1 LyonsLtCo1 Stephen M. LyonsDeputy Staff Judge AdvocateMarine Corps Baseiuanticoi VA 22134From: Papakie Brian Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 8:24 AMTo: Lyons Stephen Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Averharl CWO4 James Subject: RE: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningSigned By:LtCo1 Lyons, Good Morning,In regards to "solitary confinement" that is a term that does not exist here at the facility.His housing is identical to the rest of the population confined. The entire population'sdesignated housing unit (designation by PSL Corrections in conjunction with BRAC) is SpecialQuarters.1. He is authorized to read approved magazines, newspapers and books.2. He has chosen to read a book on occasion, but not to read magazines and has not asked fora newspaper.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 From: Lyons LtCo1 Stephen Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2816 19:13To: Papakie Brian Subject: Responses to Media Inquiry ICO Detainee ManningPapakie,Our PAO received media inquiries regarding PFC Manning's confinement status. we intend onadvising that he's not in "solitary" confinement, but we don't know the following:1. Is PFC Manning allowed to read newspapers and/or magazines?2. If so, does he choose to read them?Please advise. I'll discuss our response to the media Thank you.V/r,LtCol LyonsLtCo1 Stephen M. LyonsDeputy Staff Judge AdvocateMarine Corps BaseQuantico, VA 22134ManningB_00449817From: Fuller William Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 9:21 AMTo: Jim AlbertiniSubject: RE: Correspondence to Bradley Manningnnponance: LowGood morning Sir,To answer your questions:1. How many people is Bradley manning allowed on his mail list?- He is allowed an unlimited number of persons on his lists.2. Is mail and visitation list one and the same or two separate lists?- All persons are on the same list. Beside each individual, there are two checkboxes. One For mail, one For visits. He checks the boxes if he wants to receive mail orvisits. IF he leavesthem unchecked, he doesn't want either.3. Did you actually show Bradley Manning my letter or simply the envelope and not thecontent oF the letter?If we receive mail For inmates and the sender is not on his lists, this stands asgrounds For automatic rejection. At this point, we are not authorized to open this mail. Hesees that yousent him correspondence, and is given the choice to either add you to his list ornot. For this case, I will talk to Manning's counselor, this person takes care oF allmatters such as this.I'll inForm his counselor of the content oF the letter and have the counseloragain, ask inmate Manning if he still wishes not to receive correspondence from you. Once Ireceive word onManning's decision I'll email you and advise you of what he chose to do.Good morning again Sir,william R. FullerAdmin ChiefQuantico Base BrigQuantico, VA 22134Voice: Email:-?-?-Original Message?--?-From: Jim Albertini [mailto:?]Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2016 2:52To: Fuller William ManningB_00449818 Subject: Re: Correspondence to Bradley ManningAloha Mr. Fuller,Thank you for your email and explanation. However, there still needs to be furtherclarification.Your answers to the questions below will have a bearing on whether or not I decide to appealand seek further Congressional action.1. How many people is Bradley manning allowed on his mail list?2. Is mail and visitation list one and the same or two separate lists?3. Did you actually show Bradley Manning my letter or simply the envelope and not thecontent of the letter?Jim Albertini, PresidentMalu 'Aina Center for Non?violent Education ActionP.0.Box ABKurtistown, Hawai'i 96766phone= emai1= Visit us on the web at: On 9/26/2616 4:36 AM, Fuller William wrote:Good morning Sir,The wording of the reason behind why the mail was rejected is a little confusingif you do not understand our process. It's not saying your mail was rejected because youraddress wasn't on the envelope. The reason it was rejected is because your address is not oninmate Manning's mail and visitation list. Inmate Manning must hand write your address onhis mail and visitation list, if he wants to receive mail from you. I'm assuming this isyour first correspondence to him and that you are not a friend.In cases like this, when we receive new correspondence for him, he is shown the lettersand he decides if he wants to add that person to his mail list. If he does add the address,from then on he will be able to receive mail. If he does not, it's understood that hedoesn't want to receive any mail from that person sending the correspondence. Manning wasgiven the option to add your name and address to his list, he chose not to.I apologize for the confusion. If you still wish to appeal our reason for rejection,or Manning's decision to not receive mail from you, please email or call and I'll help out inany way I can.Thank you and have a great day Sir.ManningB_00449819 William R. FullerAdmin ChiefQuantico Base BrigQuantico, VA 22134Voice:Email:From: Jim Albertini [mailtoSent: Monday, September 20, 2010 2:39To: Fuller william Subject: Correspondence to Bradley ManningAloha William Fuller:This correspondence is about 5111 B275 13 Sept. 2010 --A letter I sent to DetaineeBadley E. Manning. See copy below date Aug. 14, 2010 complete with my return address.I received correspondence from you dated 13 Sept. 2016 saying my letter to BradleyManning was rejected due to the Following reason:"violates the Brig rules and regulations. Return address is not on mail and visitationlist (NAVPERS 1649/15)If my letter violates Brig Rules and regulations, please explain why. As noted aboveand on the copy of my letter below, my return address IS on the letter. I am not seeking avisit with Mr. Manning, only that my letter be delivered to him.I appeal your rejection of delivery of my letter and I am copying my Congressionalrepresentative and U.S. Senators to look into the matter Further if my letter is not delivered to Mr. Manning.Thank you for your consideration.--Jim Albertini, PresidentMalu 'Aina Center for Non-violent Education ActionABKurtistown, Hawai'i 96766r>h?ne= -e""ai1= -Visit us on the web at: To Bradley Manning PFCTFCF, APO AE @9366; USA Aug. 14, 2019Aloha Bradley,I write to express my support and solidarity for exposing war crimes. You are a trueAmerican hero. Be strong! And know you are not alone.Enclosed is a copy of our Aug. 13, 2018 Peace Vigil leaflet in Hilo, Hawaii. Itfeatures your story and photo. The leaflet is sent out locally in Hawaii and around the worldand also posted on our website.Every week I put together a new leaflet. The 5 points at the bottom remain the same. weare now in our 465th week. we started the vigil the day after 9-11 with the leaflet's theme?Restraint NOT Vengeance." Since then we have seen the tide turn from pro war to anti-war.Your exposing of war crimes is a major step forward.For background, I have spent about 18 months in prison (Federal custody) for non-violent resistance to war and nuclear arms. I was given a 3 year federal prison sentence fora peaceful swim to uphold Hawaii County's historic Nuclear-Free Lawbeing violated by visiting nuclear powered and armed warships. The good news on thatsentence I was kicked out of federal prison after one year because of international protest.So never underestimate the power of non-violent action and solidarity. Never give up hope!we will work for your release. Put us on a support list if possible. Meanwhile, courageand blessings to you.with gratitude and aloha,Jim AlbertiniMalu 'Aina Center for Non?violent Education ActionABKurtistown, Hawai'i 96760Ph?ne= ManningB_00449821e'"ai1= Visit us on the web at: ManningB_00449822From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2010 11:52 AMTo: Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Cc: Blenis Craig Papakie Brian Subject: DET MANNING WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORTAttachments: Manning weekly report 1 Sep - 7Sep 2010.pdfSir,Per your guidance I've scheduled a meeting for Monday 13 September 18, to discuss DetaineeManning progress while in confinement. Although Capt. Hocter has recommended down gradingDet. Manning custody the Classification and Assignment board has disapproved this move and Iconcur with the recommendation. I have approved for SND will remain present status. I amprepared to speak to the decision of why I've disapproved the custody change.I will have the Chief Counselor and Brig Supervisor present at the meeting.Respectfully,CWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035wk#CellManningB_00449823From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Monday, August 16, 2010 8:42 AMTo: Papakie Brian Subject: FW: MCBQ BRIG PROGRESS REPORT ICO PFC BRADLEY MANNINGAttachments: MCBQ Brig Progress Report ICO PFC Bradley Manning.pdfFollow Up Flag: Follow upFlag Status: FlaggedCategories: Green CategoryCWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5635wk#Ce1l# Message--?-?From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2616 5:54 PMTo: Subject: Fw: MCBQ BRIG PROGRESS REPORT ICO PFC BRADLEY MANNINGFYI??-??Original From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 5:34 PMTo: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Choike Col Daniel Subject: MCBQ BRIG PROGRESS REPORT ICO PFC BRADLEY MANNINGCol Oltman,Sir per your directive, the following progress is provided for your review and information.NOTE: SND was confined at the Quantico Base Brig on 29 July 2019. Prior to confinement atQuantico PCF, PFC Manning did receive several observation reports from medical doctor whilein theater which caused the unit to make the request for transfer to a facility more capableto handle his needs and apply the necessary restraints to ensure PFC Manning safety mainlyfrom himself and the safety of the staff and other inmates. See enclosure 1 and 2.Since confinement at our facility a week ago, PFC Manning has received daily observationfrom Captain Hocter with the most recent evaluation on 6 August 2010 recommending PFC Manningto be removed from suicide risk and placed on prevention of injury. This evaluation statedthat SND was still a substantial risk, needing to be sighted by Brig staff every five minutesand not to have any bootlaces, belts, trash bags etc., in his possession. I am only aware ofSND being prescribed the medication ZOLOFT for depression. PFC Manning has also made what Iconsider to be strong threatening language that he is a patient man. He has already proven1ManningB_0O449824that he is unpredictable and poises potentially violent and dangerous tendencies and more soa threat to himself and others.with enclosure one, two and the current information and observation time here at Quantico,I've determined that I will continue to observe PFC Manning behavior and progress while in asuicide watch status. Although I understand Captain Hoctor recommendation to down gradeDetainee Manning status to Prevention of Injury (POI), it is my professional opinion thatthis would not be a good idea at this time. Per the attached progress report I will reviewPFC Manning for down grade by 13 August, 2910 as this would allow me the opportunity to makea fair assessment from a correctional stand point.If you have any questions, I'm on standby.Respectfully,CNO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035wk#Cell ManningB_00449825From: Papakie Brian Sent: Monday, August 09, 2010 3:41 PMTo: 'Casamatta, Joseph CPT MIL USA Cc: Averhart CWO4 James Subject: RE: Visit to Quantico (UNCLASSIFIED)Signed By:CPT Casamatta,He is authorized book and magazines through a Literary Review Board however, the materialmust come from a vendor, e.g. Amazon, Barnes Noble. we also have a facility library. Ifyou have any further questions please let me know. I have also the Brig Officer, (CWO4Averhart) and ask that you please include him on all further traffic pertaining to DetManning. Thank You.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 From: Casamatta, Joseph CPT MIL USA TRADOC Sent: Monday, August 09, 2910 15:89To: Papakie Brian Williams, Bruce A MSG MIL Marks, Andrea CSM MIL USA Leiker, Cameron A LTC MIL USASubject: Visit to Quantico (UNCLASSIFIED)Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOOn the 19th the Battalion Commander and CSM will be visiting the high priority Soldier thatis in Quantico.we understand that it is a controlled environment, and will not bring any items that areprohibited or considered contraband.with that in mind; MSGT (1SG) Papakie, could you please let me know if the Soldier is allowedto have any reading material, and if so, what.CPT Joseph M. CasamattaCommanderHHC, USAGManningB_00449826239 Sheridan Ave, 417Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, VA 22211WkFax:BB: Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOManningB_00449827From: Papakie Brian Sent: Thursda Jul 29 201010:32 PMTo:Subject: RE: New ConfinementSigned By:CWO4 Averhart,Good Evening! The receiving confinement process and paperwork was completed at on 20100729 2230 without incident. SND was calm and cooperative throughout the process. SND was escortedto Special Quarters 1 and is housed in A191 with 24hr supervision.Respectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247 From: mailto:Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 21:59To: Papakie Brian Subject: Re: New ConfinementThanks Sent on the SprintR Now Network from my BlackBerryRFrom: "Papakie Brian Date: Thu 29 Jul 2010 21:47:17To:Subject: New ConfinementCWO4 Averhart,Detainee Manning was accepted into confinement on 20100729 2130. The Naval Military PoliceChasers escorting him stated that was not a problem during the transport. He was see bymedical 2000 for re?certification of his confinement physical and was confirmed ?Fit forConfinement?. Capt Hocter conducted a mental health exam during that time at which DetaineeManning was identified as a Suicide Risk. Receiving paperwork is being initiated at thistime. Custody Classification will be MAXIMUM SRI've attached Maj Ebitz and CNOS Galaviz contact info as they asked to be notified.?centRespectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 ManningB_O0449829From: Papakie Brian Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 9:47 PMTo:Subject: ew on mementSigned Bv= CWO4 Averhart,Detainee Manning was accepted into confinement on 20108729 2136. The Naval Military PoliceChasers escorting him stated that was not a problem during the transport. He was see bymedical 2600 for re-certification of his confinement physical and was confirmed ?Fit forConfinement?. Capt Hocter conducted a mental health exam during that time at which DetaineeManning was identified as a Suicide Risk. Receiving paperwork is being initiated at thistime. Custody Classification will be MAXIMUM SRI've attached Maj Ebitz and cwos Galaviz contact info as they asked to be notified.Temp?e11=jRespectfully Submitted,Master Sergeant Papakie, B. R.Quantico Brig, Security BNBrig SupervisorBuilding 3247Quantico, VA 22134 ManningB_0O449830From: Papakie Brian Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 9:33 AMTo:Subject: FW: Brig visits ICO Det ManningSigned By:Message--?--From: Blenis Craig Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2016 8:53To: Hocter, william J.Cc: Averhart CWO4 James Papakie Brian Subject: RE: Brig visits ICO Det ManningGTG Sir. He's not here yet but we expect him today and he will be full suicide watch sotomorrow for a first visit is good. wasn't there another MO with you previously thatwas Army? Mr. David weis has a med.army.mi1 mail address so I was assuming that he's in theArmy. My thoughts were that it may help on both ends if this guy was also seen by a sameservice MO as well.BlenisFrom: Hocter, william J. mailtoSent: Thursday, July 29, 2616 8:46 AMTo: Blenis Craig Cc: Papakie Brian Averhart CNO4 James Subject: RE: Brig visits ICO Det ManningI'll come in to see him more often. Is tomorrow ok for a first visit, or doyou need me to come in today? Obviously, please put him on full precautionsuntil I see him. LCDR weis is Navy (though he's a fellow at notsure what having him come in more frequently would accomplish.CAPT Hocter--?--Original Message--?--From: Blenis Craig mailtoSent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 8:40 AMTo: Hocter, william J.Cc:Subject: Brig visits ICO Det ManningGood morning Sir,I am contacting you in regards to a Det Manning who we expect to receiveinto confinement today. He is a high profile case, so much so that westrongly anticipate the media to be knocking on our door fairly often. Hehas been deemed a high risk of harm to himself from as high as a MajGen inthe Army. HQMC has already contacted us stressing the attention that we aregoing to receive from housing this Soldier. From your end I am asking if youcan make at least a second weekly visit or a third if you can, just to see1ManningB_00449831this Detainee. Also, being that he is Army can you see if Captain weis canmake at least a weekly visit for this Soldier as well. Let me know what youcan do and I'll be able to brief you better tomorrow when I see you. ThanksSir.BlenisManningB_00449832 From: Blenis Craig Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 8:53 AMTo: Hocter, William J.Cc: Averhart CWO4 James Papakie Brian Subject: RE: Bri visits ICO Det ManningSigned By: GTG Sir. He's not here yet but we expect him today and he will be full suicide watch sotomorrow for a first visit is good. wasn't there another MO with you previously thatwas Army? Mr. David weis has a med.army.mil mail address so I was assuming that he's in theArmy. My thoughts were that it may help on both ends if this guy was also seen by a sameservice MO as well.BlenisFrom: Hocter, William J. Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2919 8:46 AMTo: Blenis Craig Cc: Papakie Brian Averhart CWO4 James Subject: RE: Brig visits ICO Det ManningI'll come in to see him more often. Is tomorrow ok for a first visit, or doyou need me to come in today? Obviously, please put him on full precautionsuntil I see him. LCDR weis is Navy (though he's a fellow at notsure what having him come in more Frequently would accomplish.CAPT HocterFrom: Blenis Craig 1Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 8:46 AMTo: Hocter William J. Subject: Brig visits ICO Det ManningGood morning Sir,I am contacting you in regards to a Det Manning who we expect to receiveinto confinement today. He is a high profile case, so much so that westrongly anticipate the media to be knocking on our door fairly often. Hehas been deemed a high risk of harm to himself from as high as a MajGen inthe Army. HQMC has already contacted us stressing the attention that we aregoing to receive from housing this Soldier. From your end I am asking if youcan make at least a second weekly visit or a third if you can, just to seethis Detainee. Also, being that he is Army can you see if Captain weis canmake at least a weekly visit for this Soldier as well. Let me know what youcan do and I'll be able to brief you better tomorrow when I see you. ThanksSir.BlenisManningB_OO449833ManningB_00449834From: Hocter, William J.Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 8:46 AMTo: Blenis Craig Cc: Papakie Brian Averhan CWO4 James Subject: i i i I ?nSigned By:I'll come in to see him more often. Is tomorrow ok for a first visit, or doyou need me to come in today? Obviously, please put him on full precautionsuntil I see him. LCDR weis is Navy (though he's a fellow at notsure what having him come in more Frequently would accomplish.CAPT HocterFrom: Blenis Craig 1Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2910 8:40 AMTo: Hocter, william J.Cc:Subject: Brig visits ICO Det ManningGood morning Sir,I am contacting you in regards to a Det Manning who we expect to receiveinto confinement today. He is a high profile case, so much so that westrongly anticipate the media to be knocking on our door fairly often. Hehas been deemed a high risk of harm to himself from as high as a MajGen inthe Army. HQMC has already contacted us stressing the attention that we aregoing to receive from housing this Soldier. From your end I am asking if youcan make at least a second weekly visit or a third if you can, just to seethis Detainee. Also, being that he is Army can you see if Captain weis canmake at least a weekly visit for this Soldier as well. Let me know what youcan do and I'll be able to brief you better tomorrow when I see you. ThanksSir.Gisit BlenisManningB_00449835From: Blenis Craig sent: Thursda Jul 29 2010 8:40 AMTo:Cc: Papakie Brian Averhan CWO4 James Subject: Brig visits ICO Det ManningSigned 3v= Good morning Sir,I am contacting you in regards to a Det Manning who we expect to receive into con?inementtoday. He is a high profile case, so much so that we strongly anticipate the media to beknocking on our door Fairly often. He has been deemed a high risk of harm to himselt from ashigh as a MajGen in the Army. HQMC has already contacted us stressing the attention that weare going to receive From housing this Soldier. From your end I am asking if you can make atleast a second weekly visit or a third if you can, just to see this Detainee. Also, beingthat he is Army can you see if Captain Neis can make at least a weekly visit For this Soldieras well. Let me know what you can do and I'll be able to brief you better tomorrow when I seeyou. Thanks Sir.Gysit BlenisManningB_00449836 From: Malone, Ricky COL MIL USA MEDCOM WRAMC Sent: Tuesday, March 15. 2011 3:22 PMTo: Neill, Mary Bourke, Angela 8.subject: Bri Backfill UNCLASSIFIEDSigned By:Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: NONEJust a heads?up that LTC Robert Russell, general will be myback?up when I am on (I speak Fluent Navy too). He will besubmitting his credentials transFer brief ASAP if you can expedite. Didyou ever receive LTC Hemphill's?Regards,RickRick Malone, MD, MPHCOL, MC, SFSPhoneDirector, Center For Forensic Behavioral SciencesForensic Consultant to the Army Surgeon GeneralUSAAMA ultantSIPR:JWICS: ClassiFication: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: NONEManningB__0O449837 From: Bui, Han Q. CDR NHCQsent: Friday, March 04, 2011 1:10 PMTo: Raimondo, Lisa H. Neill, Maty CAPTCc: Carter, Debra CAPT NHCQsubject: RE: Just had a great chat with CDR BuiSigned By:CAPT, X0:I went to the brig and had a discussion with CAPT Moore about the prisoners.The prisoners are doing fine. PFC was on the phone with his lawyer. He isdoing fine.CAPT Moore and I will get together next week to discuss brig medicalprocedures. would like to foster better communication between and SMO.we would like to meet with after we have a plan.Also, both he and I agree that it is not necessary or indicated for COLMalone to be around/present when was read his charges. He is a safeenvironment. If he acts up, he will be transported to NRAMC for evaluationand inpatient admission.I believe there is a big difference between "want" and "need". we shouldinform/educate our Marine counterparts what is appropriate, what we can provide and the best way to provide care for theprisoners. This may require a round-table meeting with the Marines.The base is hypersensitive after the incident last year at the brig.However, it bothers me a little that the brig will place prisoners on"suicide watch" without consulting me. Then they wait for the a few days later to recommend taking them off suicide-watch. It is almostlike playing half-doctor.This is how the brig has been functioning prior to my arrival. Not surethat my role is truly that of the brig medical officer.I can assure our COC that I am here to do my job and support our COC. Ihave no agenda.Han Bui"Fallujah Veterans of America"Family PhysicianCDR USN-?--?Original From: Raimondo, Lisa H. CAPTSent: Friday, March 64, 2011 19:28 AMTo: Neill, Mary CAPTCc: Bui, Han Q. CDR Carter, Debra CAPT NHCQ1ManningB_00449838 Subject: Just had a great chat with CDR BuiSkipper -CDR Bui is fully engaged and aware of heightened sensitivities of thesetypes of detainees at the Brig. He will pursue and acquire outbriefs/updatefrom the BH providers on the patients they see each Friday. In turn, hewill provide updates to us.VR, X0Lisa H. RaimondoCAPT NC USNExecutive OfficerNaval Health Clinic Quantico3259 Catlin AveQuantico, VA 22134-6956Comm:DSN:Confidentiality Notice: This e-mail message, including any attachments, isfor the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidentialand privileged information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure ordistribution is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, pleasecontact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the originalmessage.ManningB_00449839From: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Wednesday, February 02, 2011 5:50 PMTo: ?Oltman Col Roben Greer LtCo| Christopher Cc: Choike Col Daniel Kauzlarich Col Mark Subject: OGRESS REPORT 20110201Gentlemen,Concur that review states that remaining in continuation of POI is NOTdetrimental to detainee. will also add that I had a face to face with CAPTMoore and confirmed that he understands that his access to PFC is ONLYthrough the defense counsel channels with prescribed procedural format. Heis not primary Behavioral Health provider for detainee, COL Malone currentlyhas this role.MBNFrom: Oltman Col Robert Sent: wednesday, February 02, 2011 9:58 AMTo: Greer LtCol Christopher Cc: Choike Col Daniel Kauzlarich Col Mark Neill, Mary CAPTSubject: Fw: DETAINEE MANNING PROGRESS REPORT 20110201weekly report attached. I also have attached the review as the lastline of the Dr. Evaluation did not make it into the weekly report. The Dr.Recommends removal from POI but stats that the risks and benefits ofcontinued POI is not detrimental..or at least that is how I read what hewrote.Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerSecurity BN, MCB QuanticoCellBBEmail: From: Barnes CNOZ Denise Sent: Tuesday, February 61, 2011 16:20To: Oltman Col Robert Subject: DETAINEE MANNING PROGRESS REPORT 20110201Sir, here is the progress report so it's ready for tomorrow. Thanks.cwoz Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: ManningB_00449841From: Raimondo, Lisa H. CAPTSent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 5:13 PMTo: Neill, Mary CAPTSubject: Update from CAPT Hocter - 18 JANSigned By:Skipper -CAPT Hocter stopped by to inform you that he was called to the brig urgentlythis afternoon to evaluate for an anxiety attack. He indicated that twoof the guards were gruff in their demeanor today and this "sent intoheightened state of anxiety." (Likely reactive in nature due to guard'sdemeanor).was able to be calmed via dialogue and presence of CAPT Hocter, no newor additional meds were required. CAPT Hocter's recommendation to brig wasto continue POI, however, he recognizes that the brig guards are now anxiousand they may impart suicide precautions for mbr. CAPT Hocter will relay allof this to COL Malone.CAPT Hocter departs tomorrow for his deployment. Plan for follow-up tomorrowby either COL Malone or Ms. Cotter at brig.VR-X0Lisa H. RaimondoCAPT NC USNExecutive OfficerNaval Health Clinic Quantico3259 Catlin AveQuantico, VA 22134-6050Comm:Confidentiality Notice: This e-mail message, including any attachments, isfor the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidentialand privileged information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure ordistribution is prohibited, If you are not the intended recipient, pleasecontact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the originalmessage. ManningB_O0449842From: Hocter, William J.Sent: Monday, December 13, 2010 7:04 PMTo: Neill, Mary CAPTSubject: RE: Weekly Manning ReportSigned By:Skipper-I saw Manning this afternoon. Looks much better. I've recommendedremoval from POI. The Brig staff did not have the precaution paperwork for metoday because I was in and out fairly quickly. (I spent an hour there withManning and a new patient in from Afghanistan between clinic patients)and Ihave asked them to fax it to me tomorrow.CAPT HocterFrom: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Friday, December 19, 2610 3:26 PMTo: Hocter, William 3.Subject: Re: weekly Manning ReportGot it, thanks for the update and details. we are tracking with getting theofficial paperwork lined up to have you covered during your absence so bethinking about when you want to turnover and introduce to brig staff. Hopeyou have a great weekend.COOriginal Message From: Hocter, William 3.To: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Fri Dec 16 15:05:26 2010Subject: weekly Manning ReportSkipper-Manning looked more anxious and irritable today Although notsuicidal, he appears more vulnerable, and I recommended he stay on POItoday. The most important factor related to his change involves someenvironmental changes (TV news removed), which is difficult for a formerintelligence analyst who wants to know what is going on. The situation iscomp1icated?apparent1y Fox News reported that Manning's death had beenreported on Twitter. Holiday loneliness also plays a role. I plan to visithim an additional time this week and to call his attorney to see if somefamily and friends might visit.CAPT HocterManning From: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Friday, December 03, 2010 10:29 AMTo: ?Ebitz Maj Amy Broadston Major Christian Greer Christopher Johnson ColThomas V: Jenks CIV Chuck Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Choike Col Daniel Oltman Col Robert Raimondo, Lisa H. Hocter, William J.Subject: RE: DET MANNING WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT 1 DEC 10Good Morning ALL,Detainee was seen by Naval Health Clinic on Thursday, 02December 2010. No significant updates to report. hasawareness of changes in behavior as annotated in the Brig weekly Progressreport. No change in patient management is recommended at this time. willcontinue to monitor for any changes in affect in response to environmentalchanges.CAPT NeillCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoCom:DSN:e-mail:From: Ebitz Maj Amy Sent: Friday, December 03, 261 To: Broadston Major Christian 3; Greer LtCol Christopher Johnson ColThomas Jenks CIV Chuck Neill, Mary Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Choike Col Daniel Oltman Col Robert Subject: Fw: DET MANNING WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT 1 DEC 16Gentlemen and Lady,Provided as requested.Major A. R. EbitzExecutive OfficerSecuriti Battalionl Marine Coris Base iuanticoFBINA Session 240ManningB_00449844From: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Wednesday, September 01, 2010 5:58 PMTo: 'Choike Col Daniel Cc: Raimondo, Lisa H. Lyons LtCol Stephen Greer Christopher Johnson ColThomas 'Ebitz Maj Amy Jenks CIV Chuck Kauzlarich Col Mark Oltman ColRoben<3Subject: Medical Statement of Assurance ICO PFC Manning 01 Sep 2010hnponance: Sensitivity: ConfidentialGood Evening Col Choike,Behavioral Health weekly update 61 Sep 2610:-Detainee was seen for 3 visits to include weekend visit, by Naval HealthClinic Quantico staff Behavioral Health physician CAPT Hocter. Anticipatethat weekly routine going forward will consist of 2-3 visits per week,unless situation requires immediate assistance.-Army consultant in Behavioral Health from Walter Reed Army Medical Center(WRAMC) in agreement with CAPT Hocter and team suggests that detainee couldbe discontinued from POI protocol; recommendation was communicated to Brigon Friday 27 August for their assessment and call.?Defense Counsel asked if Dr. Hocter would serve as consultant for defensecounsel team and he declined citing reason of potential conflict ofinterest.Overall affect and mood is good. No changes in medications.will continue with these updates on weekly basis unless situation orleadership requests more frequent reporting. Standing by to assist..MBNCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoDSN:e""ai1= ManningB_00449845From: Neill, Maly CAPTSent: Monday, August 16, 2010 4:27 PMTo: 'ChmkeCoIDanwlJCc: Neill, Maty CAPTSubject: FW: Medical Statement of Assurance ICO PFC Manning 16 Aug 2010hnponance: i?ghSensitivity: ConfidentialCol Choike,Behavioral Health weekly update 16 August 2016:?Detainee was seen for 4 visits to include weekend visit, by Naval HealthClinic Quantico staff Behavioral Health physician CAPT Hocter.-Army consultant in Behavioral Health from walter Reed Army Medical Center(NRAMC) Col Malone is scheduled to visit for purposes of status update andobservation in 2 weeks.-PREVENTION OF INJURY (P01) is the current prescribed posture for medicaland security; detainee is wearing PT clothing; no requirement forconstant line of sight observation; eyes on observation every 5 minutes bybrig security. CAPT Hocter is securing book for detainee to read(interested in science fiction).Overall affect and mood is improving since being given clothing, howeverdetainee remains highly emotionally vulnerable to environmental influencesand is a significant risk due to complexity of personality issues. Has beenprescribed medications for anxiety and depression and is adjusting well todosages; medical appointments adjusted accordingly in response to detaineestatus.will continue with these updates on weekly basis on Monday afternoons afterthe weekend visits, unless situation or leadership requests more frequentreporting. Standing by to assist.R,MBNCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoCom:DSN:e-mai From: Neill, Mary CAPT mailtoSent: Monday, August 69, 2916 17:23To: Choike Col Daniel 3Subject: Medical Statement of Assurance ICO PFC ManningImportance: HighSensitivity: ConfidentialCol Choike,Just finished receiving brief from Behavioral Health and have the followingUpdate at 1615 9 August 2916:-Detainee being seen 3-4 visits a week by Naval Health Clinic Quantico staffBehavioral Health physician CAPT Hocter, who is also a subspecialist inForensic -Army consultant from walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) visited brigon Thursday 5 August to provide additional assessment of detainee andconsulted with CAPT Hocter.-Recommendation from Behavioral Health specialists as of Friday 6 August isto move from SUICIDE PRECAUTION to PREVENTION OF INJURY as a prescribedposture for medical and security to follow; includes allowing certainarticles of clothing (no belts, shoelaces, etc), no requirement for constantline of sight observation, moves to eyes on observation every 5 minutes bybrig security. would also recommend allowing books to read to improvemental state (interested in science fiction).-CAPT Hocter has also partnered with Staff Sergeant Jordan from the brig indeveloping contingency plan for hospitalization should the need arise.WRAMC has a ward to accommodate increased security posture.Overall affect and mood is improving since arrival, however detainee remainshighly emotionally vulnerable to environmental influences and is asignificant risk due to complexity of personality issues. Has beenprescribed medications for anxiety and depression and medical appointmentsare being adjusted accordingly in response to detainee status. CAPT Hocterreports solid line of communication between medical and security staff,however has noted that the new C0 (or OIC) of the Brig has displayedsignificant concern and is anxious about high level of visibility and risk.Brig staff may benefit from having their questions and concerns addressed byour medical staff.will continue with these updates on weekly basis on Monday afternoons afterthe weekend visits, unless situation or leadership requests more frequentreporting. Standing by to assist.MBNCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoCom:DSN:e-mai ManningB_00449847From: Hocter, William J.Sent: Tuesday, Augusi 10, 2010 11:03 AM iTo: Neill, Mary CAPTSubject: RE: Update Brig staff ISigned By:Roger. ThanksFrom: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 11:03 AMTo: Hocter, william 3.Subject: Re: Update Brig staffGot it, I am with the base commander as we speak and will present yourrecommendations directly to Co. will get back to you shortly.Original Message From: Hocter, William 3.To: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Tue Aug 19 19:35:02 2910Subject: RE: Update Brig staffSkipper-I just spoke to Blevins about the detainee. They have thenecessary paperwork from me and the OIC received it yesterday. Per the OIC elected to continue suicide precautions, not from a suicide riskstandpoint, but for security reasons. I do wish they would at least let himhave his clothes back (I recommended no shoelaces or belts for example). I'mnot real happy about this. However, my experience with the Brig has beenthat they stick to their guns. I'd appreciate your thoughts.CAPT HocterFrom: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Monday, August 09, 2919 5:27 PMTo: Hocter, William J.Subject: Update Brig staffImportance: HighDoc,If the recommendation from you and Col Malone is to move from suicideprecautions to prevention of injury would you please ensure this has beencommunicated to the brig staff so they can allow appropriate clothing, etc?Seems like there may be a disconnect and the detainee is still on suicideprecautions. Thank you.COCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoManningB_0O449848Com:DSN:e-mai ManningB_00449849 From: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Monday, August 09, 2010 5:23 PMTo: 'ChmkeCo|DanmlJSubject: Medical Statement of Assurance ICO PFC ManningAttachments: Medical Brig SOP.docxhnponance: Sensitivity: ConfidentialCol Choike,Just finished receiving brief from Behavioral Health and have the followingUpdate at 1615 9 August 2616:?Detainee being seen 3-4 visits a week by Naval Health Clinic Quantico staffBehavioral Health physicianCAPT Hocter, who is also a subspecialist in Forensic ?Army consultant from walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) visited brig onThursday 5 August to provide additional assessment of detainee and consultedwith CAPT Hocter.?Recommendation from Behavioral Health specialists as of Friday 6 August is tomove from SUICIDEPRECAUTION to PREVENTION OF INJURY as a prescribed posture for medical andsecurity to follow; includes allowing certain articles of clothing (no belts,shoelaces, etc), no requirement for constant line of sight observation, movesto eyes on observation every 5 minutes by brig security. would also recommendallowing books to read to improve mental state (interested in sciencefiction).-CAPT Hocter has also partnered with Staff Sergeant Jordan from the brig indeveloping contingency plan for hospitalization should the need arise. NRAMChas a ward to accommodate increased security posture.Overall affect and mood is improving since arrival, however detainee remainshighly emotionally vulnerable to environmental influences and is a significantrisk due to complexity of personality issues. Has been prescribed medicationsfor anxiety and depression and medical appointments are being adjustedaccordingly in response to detainee status. CAPT Hocter reports solid line ofcommunication between medical and security staff, however has noted that thenew C0 (or OIC) of the Brig has displayed significant concern and is anxiousabout high level of visibility and risk. Brig staff may benefit from havingtheir questions and concerns addressed by our medical staff.will continue with these updates on weekly basis on Monday afternoons afterthe weekend visits, unless situation or leadership requests more frequentreporting. Standing by to assist.MBNCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerManningB_00449850 ManningB_00449851 From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 4:01 PMTo: Oltrnan Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Greer LtCol Christopher Cc: Papakie Brian Ii Subject: WITH MANNINGSigned By:Good Afternoon,1. Dr. Yeaw (Forensic is currently on deck talking to detainee Manning and Iwill talk to her after she is done. If it is before I leave, Papakie will talk to her.I missed her when she came in.2. At the request of Blenis and after consideration of the circumstances, I amallowing all POI inmates (currently Breitenbach and Manning) to have one highlighter and apen or pencil while they are reading during the day vice just having them on correspondencetime in the evening. Both expressed a desire to write more and I don't have an issue withthat. Inmates are not allowed to have retractable pens/pencils etc. so that should decreaserisk. The guards know that the second they are observed trying to do any harm to themselvesor others; that privilege will be taken away quickly.3. I spoke to detainee Manning extensively yesterday and the goal was to engage him inmeaningful conversation and to remind him that communication between him and the staff isvital and very much to his benefit. Here are the points I covered:a. I reminded him that all the benefits CWO Averhart extended to him are still being offeredby me and that he has not asked me for anything: rec call, his underwear back, changes inhandling etc.b. I told him that it is important for him to follow his attorney's guidance but that attimes, it can interfere with me having a clear understanding of his needs. I reminded himabout refusing to fill out the voluntary statements for rec call for example and the reasonthat it is important for me to know that he chose not to go vice my staff not giving him theopportunity. I reminded him that I hold the staff accountable and that he heard me mentionthat with Papakie standing right there.c. I informed him that when he always appears angry and only gives me two word answers, itdoes not allow me to continue to establish rapport as we did early on in my tour. I made itclear that I see a huge difference in his behavior and I reminded him that even aftercounseling him for disrespect, he could sit down with me at anytime to discuss issues. I lethim know that since he has chosen to limit his interactions, it is a cause for concernespecially coupled with his recent decision to remove friends and family from his visitationlist and increased agitation which appears to happen easily.d. I told him that when he does not capitalize on opportunities such as using the DD Form 510process, appearing in front of the board etc. he is not helping his case. In addition tothat, I told him that I have to take into consideration his comments and behavior whichfrankly does not make me feel comfortable. I told him that I have no issues giving him hisunderwear back or making adjustments to his handling instructions but he has to do the work.He was told that he had to communicate and establish trust and rapport. I told him that justas he has to trust me to keep other inmates from harming him, I have to be able to trust himenough to make adjustments.ManningB_004-19852After all that and even on my tour to SQ this morning, I still got the two word answers withlittle contact. I never heard a sentence from him. we have to remember that he haspersonality issues and social issues so I am not going to talk to him at length every time communicate. Frankly it annoys him, he does not want people to talkto him a lot, he has said that himself. The ball is in his court.CWOZ Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: ManningB__00449853From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Friday, April 08, 2011 11:03 AMTo: Papakie Brian Blenis Craig Fuller William Sumem: ANMNGSigned By:Good Morning. I spoke to Col Malone and he informed me that Dr. Yeaw who is a forensicwith corrections experience, will start seeing detainee Manning on Tuesday 12April. She lives in Silver Spring Maryland and travels a lot but is willing to come downweekly as her schedule allows. Dr. Yeaw is looking forward to coming down. Since she willbe working with him on the personality issues, it will be a while before we see change so weshould not expect results right away. How fast he builds a relationship with her is keysince he took a long time to develop a good rapport with C01 Malone. On the flip side ofthat, he established rapport with Lt. Col Russell immediately so there is no telling howthings will go with Dr. Yeaw. I will do an in-brief with her when she comes on Tuesday soshe understands our protocol here. Thanks.CNOZ Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: From: Barnes CWO2 Denise sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 10:56 AMTo: Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Cc: Papakie Brian Fuller William Blenis Craig Subject: NOTES TO CONSIDER IRT MANNINGAttachments:Sir/Ma'am, I have been speaking to Papakie and Blenis extensively this morning andwe were discussing Manning's suicide comments From his initial interview. See the attached.If we go by what he stated which is that he was not suicidal once he was put on meds, then wehave to ask ourselves, how come he is not suicidal now that he is off meds? It goes back towhat I have been saying; anyone who wants to kill themselves will not give signs or do a memo?or everyone to see. when we combine his statements, his manipulative actions, recentremoval of meds, and yesterday's removal of 18 people from his visitation list, this is causefor concern. we all know that certain things such as mail, visits, meals and phone calls areinstrumental to the well-being of inmates. This is why I told Col. Malone that I wanted himto see everything we have in his record book when he and I first sat down. He quickly toldme that he was aware of everything regarding the suicide and what took place in Kuwait etc.This is why communication on all fronts is key. Thanks.Signed By:cwoz Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: DSN: ManningB__00449855From: Sanford Jason Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 3:36 PMTo: Barnes CWO2 Denise Signed By:Good Afternoon Ma'amThe names Det. Manning removed from his mail and visitation list are,Becky Manning (cousin)Daniel Clark (friend)David House (friend)Jon Hoadley (friend)Jason Edwards (friend)Toby Quaranta (friend)Drew Perragut (friend)Nathan Kennedy (friend)Jordan Davis (friend)Joshua Silvey (friend)George Lawson (friend)Chris wood (friend)Paul Steven Lopez (friend)Glen Greenwald (friend)Jeff Patterson (friend)Patrick KendellTrevor Fitzgerald (friend)SND also removed his father (Brian Manning) from the visitation list but left him on themailing list.Respectfully SubmittedSanford, J.J.Manning From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 2:21 PMTo: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: DETAINEE MAIL AND VISITATION LISTSigned By:Good Afternoon Sir, Sanford just informed me that detainee Manning removed his father andDavid House from his list of authorized visitors. we are going to have him fill out a newvisitation list and a DD from 516 requesting the action. we have to be ready for negativemedia coverage on this because if House does not know he is no longer on the list and he isturned away this weekend, it will be on the blogs very quickly. Our Duty Brig Supervisorsfills out paperwork whenever someone is turned away to properly document what occurred. Thisweekend also coincides with the planned protest and it may be a setup because for allprotests or other contingencies, the MP's call back to the Brig to verify who is on theinmates? visitation lists. Once he hears that sure it will be adramatic event and will appear as though we have "stopped his visits for no good reason.?cwoz Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134 ManningB_00449857From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 11:46 AMTo: Choike Col Daniel Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Barnes CWO2 Denise Subject: FYI on New SR DetaineeSigned By:GentsThis new detainee will be in suicide smock 24/7 until his status or handling instructionschange. we usually allow them to keep their underwear but given how he tried to killhimself, and based on the initial interview conducted by the Brig OIC she is recommendingthese handling instructions and I concur. He may get them back after Future evaluations andconsultations with the Medical people through the Process.Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OFFicerSecurit BN, MCB uanticoCellBB Email ManningB_00449858From: Barnes CWO2 Denise sent: Thursday, March 10, 2011 10:54 AMTo: Dunn Capt John 8cc: Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: RE: Mannin RFIsway: iGood Morning Sir, Detainee Manning started sleeping without his underwear on the evening ofWednesday 2 March. He still retained his 2 suicide blankets that night as he always had inthe past. The suicide blankets were never taken. Suicide smocks are not mandatory and ourhigher headquarters, PSL took the liberty of purchasing those. Since Monday 7 March, the daythe smock arrived; Detainee Manning has slept in it and was still given the two suicideblankets so he could cover himself. Let me know if you need additional assistance Sir,thanks.CWO2 Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134 Message--?-?From: Dunn Capt John Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2011 10:39To: Barnes CWO2 Denise Subject: Manning RFIC02 Barnes,I work up here for MajGen Ary. They were just in a reeting with the Under Secretary of theNavy who asked how long it was that Manning was sleeping naked before he got his smock.I have an info paper that says his underwear was taken on 1 March and the smock was expectedto arrive on 7 Mar but I need to confirm that actually happened.Apologies if you've already been hit with this question. Please give me a call with anyquestions. Many thanks,Very Respectfully,John DunnCaptain, U.S. Marine CorpsJudge Advocate DivisionHeadiuarters Marine CorpsManningB_00449859From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Friday, March 04, 2011 5:14 PMTo: Ebitz Maj Amy Barnes CWO2 Denise Subject: FW: Brig Update Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerSecurity BN, MCB QuanticoCellBB Email Message--?-?From: Choike Col Daniel 3Sent: Friday, March 04, 2011 17:07To: LtGen George Cc: Oltman Col Robert Neill CAPT Mary; Miner Col Christopher w; Greer LtCol Christopher Subject: Brig UpdateSir,Mental Health visit by Col Malone is complete. This initial report came from Capt Neill, CONaval Health Clinic and the Brig Medical Officer, who was just debriefed by Col Malone thisafternoon after his visit with Manning. PFC Manning is doing well, appeared in good spiritsand has been taken off a medication for an anxiety disorder, the removal is in response tohis improved status. His recent actions and statements are not related any mental disorder.Initial report from Col Oltman - the Brig OIC is going to leave Manning in the same status(POI) and his handling instructions will remain the same for the immediate future; meaning hewill only have his blankets from Taps to Reveille. CWO2 Barnes and Col Oltman discussed atlength the situation and CWO Barnes will continue to review his behavior/actions and reviewthe recommendations of the Board. The Board goes every he will remain"as is" for handling instructions can be changed at any time, based upon hisobserved ongoing behavior.Manning's recent comments and behavior have the entire Brig staff concerned, and they aretrying to only add minimal precautionary measures necessary, that will allow him to have somespace and reduce the stress, while protecting him/keeping him safe.VR, DJCCol Daniel J. Choike, USMCCommander, Marine Corps Base3250 Catlin AvenueQuantico, VA 22134-5001OfficeCell:Fax:DSN: ManningB_00449860 ManningB_00449861From: Barnes CWO2 Denise sent: Friday, March 04, 2011 1:39 PMTo: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: RE: Manning early bird anicleSir, when I made the decision to have detainee Manning's underwear removed after taps withhis other gear and still keep him POI, my thought process was that he did not threatensuicide nor did he make a suicidal gesture as per the SECNAV. In addition, we did not feelthat the extra measures were necessary during regular day time hours. He never said he wouldcommit suicide nor did he act in a manner that was similar to the incident in January withCWO Averhart where he was placed in SR status. His behavior was not erratic in any way, asmatter of fact, he was smiling when he was talking to Papakie. The SECNAV states that Ican remove clothing when deemed necessary. I found it hard to justify assigning him the SRstatus, it is easier to explain why we left him in POI status than why we placed him in SRstatus without adhering to the guidance in the SECNAV. I also could not justify not takingaction in the event of a possible suicide or an attempt at it after he made that comment toPapakie. Papakie, Blenis and I all felt uncomfortable and almost at the sametime said we need to make adjustments. As a side note Sir, I do not always concur with theboard or items that are brought to me in other capacities. A good example was prisonerCantrell, on 26 January, the board voted 2-1 to keep him as interior work detail and Idisagreed and put him in protective custody status. My decision was based on the reason wehad him in confinement and since I did not know who he testified on that may come to theBrig, I put his safety first. Thanks Sir.b. Prisoners who have threatened suicide or have made asuicidal gesture, but are found fit for confinement, may beplaced in the category of "suicide risk" for observation. Theyshall be placed in special quarters under continuousobservation. may direct removal of the prisoner'sclothing when deemed necessary. Prisoner must be underobservation of a supervisor of the same sex."CWO2 Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: ?-?--Original From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Friday, March 04, 2911 11:43To: Barnes CWO2 Denise Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: Fw: Manning early bird articleHeading towards office soon. CWO2 Barnes synopsize for me the rational for your action andthe authority vested and cited by you in the SECNAV. I will reply to this email.Sent from my BlackBerry Handheld Original Message From: wright LtCol Troy To: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Greer LtCol Christopher Galaviz CWBS Abel; Durham CIV Jan Pagan CIV Radomet Sent: Fri Mar 04 10:42:48 2011Subject: Fw: Manning early bird articleCol OltmanzSir, I just wanted to pass on to you a professional opinion from PSL that we have someconcerns about recent (within the last 2-3 days) decisions made by the commanding officer ofthe Quantico brig. To take measures that are consistent with suicide watch but notofficially place that person in a suicide watch status is inconsistent with the way we aresupposed to do business. we understand there may be some concern about taking actions whichmay result in another Article 138 complaint but if we are doing business they way we aresupposed to there is nothing to worry about.Very respectfully,LtCol wrightLtCol Troy V. wrightHead, Law Enforcement and Corrections BranchSecurity Division Plans, Policies 8 Operations Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps (HQMC)Commercial: -??--Original From: Galaviz CN05 AbelSent: Friday, March 94, 2011 8:45To: Pagan CIV Radomet wright LtCol Troy Burris Richard Gillespie CTR Tab Subject: Manning early bird articleGentlemen, news from today's Early Bird.Soldier In Leaks Case was Jailed Naked, Lawyer SaysBy Charlie SavageWASHINGTON A lawyer for Pfc. Bradley Manning, the Army intelligence analyst accused ofleaking secret government files to wikiLeaks, has complained that his client was stripped andleft naked in his cell for seven hours on Wednesday.The conditions of Private Manning's confinement at the Marine brig in Quantico, Va., havedrawn criticism in recent months from supporters and his lawyer, David E. Coombs.The soldier's clothing was returned to him Thursday morning, after he was required to standnaked outside his cell during an inspection, Mr. Coombs said in a posting on his web site.?This type of degrading treatment is inexcusable and without justification," Mr. Coombswrote. "It is an embarrassment to our military justice system and should not be tolerated.2Pfc. Manning has been told that the same thing will happen to him again tonight. No otherdetainee at the brig is forced to endure this type of isolation and humiliation."First Lt. Brian Villiard, a Marine spokesman, said a brig duty supervisor had ordered PrivateManning's clothing taken from him. He said that the step was "not punitive" and that it wasin accordance with brig rules, but he said that he was not allowed to say more."It would be inappropriate for me to explain it," Lieutenant Villiard said. can confirmthat it did happen, but I can't explain it to you without violating the detainee's privacy."Private Manning is being held as a maximum security detainee under a special set ofrestrictions intended to prevent self-injury, even though supporters say there is no evidencethat he is suicidal.During an appearance on earlier on Thursday, Geoffrey Morrell, the Pentagon presssecretary, attributed the general conditions of Private Manning's confinement to "theseriousness of the charges he's facing, the potential length of sentence, the nationalsecurity implications" and to protect him from potential harm.Also, earlier on Thursday, one of Private Manning's friends, David House, said in aconference call with reporters that he had visited the soldier the previous weekend and thathis mental condition was severely deteriorating as a result of being confined to his cell 23hours a day, with one hour to exercise in an empty room, and largely isolated from humancontact.But Mr. House said that Private Manning did not seem suicidal and contended that he was beingpressured to cooperate.Investigators have been seeking evidence that could implicate Julian Assange, the wikiLeaksfounder, as a conspirator in the leaking of the military and diplomatic documents and videos.Mr. House spoke on the conference call with Daniel Ellsberg, who compared the leaking ofdocuments to wikiLeaks to his own leaking of the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam war. Onwednesday, the Army announced 22 additional charges against Private Manning, including"aiding the enemy."The charge sheet did not explain who "the enemy" was, leading some to speculate that it was areference to wikiLeaks. On Thursday, however, the military said that it instead referred toany hostile forces that could benefit from learning about classified military tactics andprocedures.Respectfully Submitted,CWO-S Abel GalavizHead, Corrections SectionPS Division, PSL BranchCorn -BBerryEmail:SIPR: ?Don't tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and let them surprise you with theresults." From:SentTo:Cc:Subject:Attachments:Signed By: Barnes CWO2 Denise Friday, March 04, 2011 8:36 AMHaberiand, John CPT MIL USAGreer LtCol Christopher Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Papakie Brian RE: Manning's underwear (UNCLASSIFIED)Papakie Voluntary MANNING NEW HANDLING LETTER 110302.pdfGood Morning Sir, I attached the voluntary statement that Papakie wrote and the newhandling letter that was signed.1.Here are some key points:Given the circumstances of that day, the receipt of new charges and the receipt of theBase Commander's response to his article 138 complaint which did not support his allegationson cwo Averhart, I felt it necessary to take precaution once Papakie briefed me on whatdetainee Manning said.2. The underwear is only removed after TAPS which is at 2209 and returned at reveille alongwith his other gear.matter of fact, he isHe was never told to stand naked at any time by any staff member. As asupposed to cover himself with one of the blankets when he stands up.Detainee Manning has always done that without being told to in the past.If you need anything else Sir, please let me know.cwoz Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: Message-From: Haberland, JohnSent: Friday, March 04, 2011 7:49To: Barnes cwoz Denise Cc: Greer LtCol Christopher Subject: Manning's underwear (UNCLASSIFIED)Classification:Caveats: FOU0Sir and cwoz Barnes,Due to Mr. Coombs most recent statements on his blog, CPT USA UNCLASSIFIEDwe would like to send notice to thedefense of exactly the reasons that PFC Manning's underwear was taken and that it was hisstatements rather than brig personnel action that caused this to happen.In order to makesure that we are on the same page and that the information that we send to the defenseidentical to that whicManningB_00449865is in the brig reports.1In order to write our memo, I would likecopies of the reports, notes and documents that were generated in response to PFC Manning'sstatement about his underwear.I will not Forward the documents to Mr. Coombs but I will use them to write an email givinghim the Facts and explaining that statements by his client will be taken seriously and heshould advise his client appropriately.Please let me know if you have any questions. If possible I would like to get this memo outthis morning.Very Respectfully,CPT John B. HaberlandRegimental Judge Advocate3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)Building 242, Fort Myer, Virginia 22211NIPR:SIPR: (Please notify via NIPR) Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOU0From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Wednesday. February 23, 2011 12:01 PMTo: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: RE: CLARIFICATION ON MEDS ISSUE WRT MANNINGAttachments: Mannin ch evaI110218. dfSir, no he is not saying that now because taking him off meds orreducing them. They just both decided in general that he does not need it. I am looking atsomeone who is not an out?patient who is in the Friggin Brig, so that alone will add to hisstress/depression especially once the pace of the legal proceedings pick up. It will onlyget worse once the true weight of his legal situation/Future hits him. As per Gy Blenis, acouple weeks ago, he felt that this will wash over and he will get acquitted. Ever since hereceived the ART 138 response, he has been less talkative and certainly does not smile asmuch as before, much more guarded. In terms of the eval From last week, I told Col. Malonethat I was concerned because it was identical to detainee Millers? eval and he said it wasaccurate. That is why I told him that although the new Form is much better, I want moredetails in the remarks box from now on especially when there are changes from the previouseval. Ma'am, the new eval is attached. Thanks.CWO2 Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office:BB: Fax:DSN: From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: wednesday, February 23, 2011 11:41To: Barnes CWO2 Denise Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: RE: CLARIFICATION ON MEDS ISSUE WRT MANNINGSo he is saying that since he is on POI we can reduce his meds? Let's just make sure we areclear on what he is saying.Also the evaluation you sent me last week, was that the correct one For Manning?Good luck with the Blood draw, do not give them more then they ask For Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerSecurity BN, MCB QuanticoCe? BB ??-?-Original From: Barnes CWO2 Denise ManningB_00449867Sent: wednesday, February 23, 2611 11:38To: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: CLARIFICATION ON MEDS ISSUE WRT MANNINGSir, after doing some more legwork I realized that Manning did not refuse his meds. when DocMalone saw him Friday, they both agreed that he should be off Colonapin (spelling) one of hisanti-depressants, so that's why he said he did not want the meds. As per Col. Malone, bothHM3 Dodson and HM3 Burr were told about the change and somehow it wasn't adjusted on hischart. Additionally, Col. Malone is in the process of weaning him off the other anti-depressant, Zoloft which I have a concern with. I spoke to Col Malone today to find out thereason because if the limitations of confinement and the uncertainty of his future areadditional stressors I did not see why he would take him off the meds. His response to mewas that since he has the extra supervision, he feels comfortable taking him off the meds.In terms of the weekly evals, I also asked him to put some amplifying notes in the remarksbox from now on especially when things change from one eval to the next. Anyway Sir, I haveblood drawn and will talk to Bui about the communication piecewith the junior Corpsmen. Thanks.CWOZ Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office: ManningB_00449868From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 11:38 AMTo: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: CLARIFICATION ON MEDS ISSUE WRT MANNINGSigned By:Sir, after doing some more legwork I realized that Manning did not refuse his meds. when DocMalone saw him Friday, they both agreed that he should be off Colonapin (spelling) one of hisanti?depressants, so that's why he said he did not want the meds. As per Col. Malone, bothHM3 Dodson and HM3 Burr were told about the change and somehow it wasn't adjusted on hischart. Additionally, Col. Malone is in the process of weaning him off the other anti-depressant, Zoloft which I have a concern with. I spoke to Col Malone today to find out thereason because if the limitations of confinement and the uncertainty of his future areadditional stressors I did not see why he would take him off the meds. His response to mewas that since he has the extra supervision, he feels comfortable taking him off the meds.In terms of the weekly evals, I also asked him to put some amplifying notes in the remarksbox from now on especially when things change from one eval to the next. Anyway Sir, I haveblood drawn and will talk to Bui about the communication piecewith the junior Corpsmen. Thanks.cwoz Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134 ManningB_00449869From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2011 4:51 PMTo: Galaviz CW05 AbelCc: Oltman Col Robert Subject: RE: ManningSigned By:Good Afternoon Sir,1. Detainee Manning chooses whether he wants to go outside or not. If it is below 32degrees, he automatically has rec call inside unless he declines all together. He is welcometo use all equipment in the dorm: bike, treadmill, static pull up machine, mat for abexercises or weight?lifting equipment. I have observed him at rec call on several occasionsand he does utilize most of the equipment.2. CH0 Averhart did answer the chit prior to leaving. Detainee Manning admitted that hecould not remember when he submitted the chit, he said that he could have been off by somedays in terms of the date he put on the chit. During my turnover period, I witnessed CWOAverhart checking the box on several occasions. The timeframe that is referenced was alsooff because there were two tours conducted after the date on the chit and CWO Averhartchecked the box in front of the distinguished guests we had on deck to show them that hefrequently checks the box and that he is the only one with the key.3. There are no prisoners or detainees housed next to detainee Manning on Alpha row. Staffauthorized in SQ utilizes both Alpha row and Bravo row hatches. All inmates use Bravo rowhatch to exit SQ.I hope this helps Sir.cwo2 Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134 --?--Original From: Galaviz CWBS AbelSent: Thursday, February 10, 2911 15:22To: Barnes cwoz Denise Subject: ManningBarnes, a few questions came up this afternoon from OUSD, Office of Legal Policy thatI hope you can answer,1) when Manning is allowed to exercise, is he allowed to use the indoor rec room andequipment or is he restricted to the Maximum security area and given a basketball?2) Do you know, if CHO Averhart ever answered the DD 519's that Manning submitted to himduring the first week of Jan requesting that he come off of Suicide/POI status?3) Do you currently have anyone occupying the cell next to Manning, and do you currentlyrestrict individuals (staff or prisoners) from exiting SQ's from the hatch nearest whereManning's cell is?Respectfully Submitted,cwo-5 Abel GalavizHead, Corrections SectionPS Division, PSL BranchCom -BBerryEmail:SIPR: "Don't tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and let them surprise you with theresults."ManningB_00449871From: Barnes CWO2 Denise Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 4:00 PMTo: Oltman Col Robert subject: COL EVAL 110128Attachments: Manning review 110128.pdfSigned By:Good Afternoon Sir, today I had a long talk with C01. Malone and it was very productive. Iexplained that I wanted communication between us to be constant. I also explained that I didnot like the one line assessments on the forms that were being filled out which mostly askedto take Manning off Max or POI. He understands what I want on the evals so it betterprepares the staff for reviews on the board. As you can see, it is very different fromthat of Capt Hocter's. The way I have it set is that we talk before and after the visits andhe now understands why detail is important to me.Side note- since I am new coming in, I told Gy Blenis that I needed to ensure all theprisoners were properly classified so I had the board review all inmates this week. Ispoke to Manning today to advise him that I kept him in POI status and that he can submit aDD form 510 to me if he is not happy with the custody classification and assignment. He wasasked if he wanted to talk to me in private about it and he stated no. He took the news welland stated that he understands. Thanks Sir.CNOZ Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134 ManningB_00449872From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Thursday, March 3, 2011 ll:43 AMTo: Neill CAPT Mary Kauzlanch Col Mark Rm 0 AprlaisauSubject: Fw: COL I thought you might like to know Sent from my B|ackBerry HandheldOriginal Message From: Barnes CWO2 Denise To: Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Sent: Thu Mar 03 11:40:11 2011Subject: COL MALONESir/Ma'am Col. Malone just called me and stated that he was out of town, his god daughterhad heart surgery and he is not in town but should make it tomorrow. Thanks.CWO2 Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office:BB: DSN:Fax: Manning8_0O449873From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 10:53 AMTo: Choike Col Daniel Greer LtCol Christopher Kauzlarich Col Mark Streng CIV Peter i Neill CAPT Mary; Johnson Col Thomas Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: FW: manning weeklyAttachments:Signed By:A note of interest; Manning talks as to why he made changes in his visitation list. Mostremovals were due to those individuals not visiting. He ?urther states that some wereremoved due to the relationship deteriorating (my words)Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerSecurity BN, MCB QuanticoCellBB F'?ai1= ??-??Original From: Barnes CNOZ Denise Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 10:39To: Oltman Col Robert Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: Fw: manning weeklyFYICNOZ Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134 From: Blenis Craig Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 10:37To: Barnes CNOZ Denise Subject: manning weeklyGood afternoon Ma'am,Attached is this week's manning report with observation report and eval.BlenisManningB_00449874From: Choike Col Daniel Sent: Monday, August 09, 2010 6:19 PMTo: LlGen George Cc: Oltman Col Robert Neill CAPT Mary; Mortenson Col Royal; Miner Col Christopher Kauzlarich Col Mark Subject: FW: Medical Statement of Assurance ICO PFC ManningAttachments: Medical Bri SOP.docxhnponance: Sensitivity: ConfidentialSir,Update from this afternoon's Mental Health Brief between the Mental Health Physician, Dr.Hocter and the C0 of the NHC, is provided below. The concern of long term suicide watch hasbeen addressed already between mental health physicians and the Brig Staff. Manning's statuswas changed from Suicide Prevention to Prevention of Injury thus more clothing articleswill be provided, as well as other comfort items recommended will be considered by the BrigOIC.In talking with C01 Oltman this evening, he stated that the OIC's preference was hold off fora couple more days on making the change, and the tentative date to allow additional clothingis weds and Dr Hocter agreed. That will end up being a week that Manning was in the suicideprevention status/skivvies and blanket only. Manning does get a daily sunshine visit forapprox an hour, so he is not completely cloth less, all day long.will provide weekly updates or updates of any status changes or concerns raised by the SecBn/Brig Staff or Mental Health Physicians.VR, DJCCol Daniel J. Choike, USMCCommander, Marine Corps Base3259 Catlin AvenueQuantico, VA 22134-5991OfficCell:Fax:DSN:Email i-em, Mary 2 cm Sent: Monday, August 09, 2010 17:23To: Choike Col Daniel Subject: Medical Statement of Assurance ICO PFC ManningImportance: HighSensitivity: Confidential Col Choike,Just finished receiving brief from Behavioral Health and have the following Update at 1615 9August 2010:ManningB_O0449875-Detainee being seen 3-4 visits a week by Naval Health Clinic Quantico staff BehavioralHealth physician CAPT Hocter, who is also a subspecialist in Forensic -Army consultant from Walter Reed Army Medical Center (NRAMC) visited brig on Thursday 5August to provide additional assessment of detainee and consulted with CAPT Hocter.-Recommendation from Behavioral Health specialists as of Friday 6 August is to move fromSUICIDE PRECAUTION to PREVENTION OF INJURY as a prescribed posture for medical and securityto follow; includes allowing certain articles of clothing (no belts, shoelaces, etc), norequirement for constant line of sight observation, moves to eyes on observation every 5minutes by brig security. would also recommend allowing books to read to improve mentalstate (interested in science fiction).-CAPT Hocter has also partnered with Staff Sergeant Jordan from the brig in developingcontingency plan for hospitalization should the need arise. NRAMC has a ward toaccommodate increased security posture.Overall affect and mood is improving since arrival, however detainee remains highlyemotionally vulnerable to environmental influences and is a significant risk due tocomplexity of personality issues. Has been prescribed medications for anxiety and depressionand medical appointments are being adjusted accordingly in response to detainee status. CAPTHocter reports solid line of communication between medical and security staff, however hasnoted that the new C0 (or OIC) of the Brig has displayed significant concern and is anxiousabout high level of visibility and risk. Brig staff may benefit from having their questionsand concerns addressed by our medical staff.will continue with these updates on weekly basis on Monday afternoons after the weekendvisits, unless situation or leadership requests more frequent reporting. Standing by toassist.MBNCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoCom:DSN:e-mail ManningB_00449876 From: Kauzlarich Col Mark Sent: Thursda March 03 2011 11:28 AMTo:Cc: Choike Col Daniel Subject: FW: NotificationCarl,Need your assistance.Yesterday PFC Manning was notified of new charges. He demonstrated disturbing behavior. wehave attempted to reach Col Malone but are not having any luck.Bottom we need Col Malone or his backup behavioral health provider to the QuanticoBrig today to evaluate PFC Manning.Your support is greatly appreciated.MarkFrom: Choike Col Daniel 3Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2011 10:45To: Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Greer LtCol Christopher Subject: Fw: NotificationChief, FYI.Need to get a full-court press from our medical professionals to assist us in getting ColMalone down here sp, DJCCol Daniel J. Choike, USMCCommander, Marine Corps Base3258 Catlin AvenueQuantico, VA 22134-5001OfficCell:Fax:DSN:Email: ManningB_O0449877 From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Friday, January 21, 201 1 6:20 PMTo: Streng CIV Peter Choike Col Daniel Johnson Col Thomas Greer LtCol Christopher Subject: Fw: PFC Bradley Manning Base VisitorsPlease advise if there are any questions. I have confirmed that CWO4 Averhart has his scriptas well. He will be on deck both Sat and Sun.R/rgoSent from my B|ackBerry HandheldOriginal Message From: Tomaszek Capt Vl?lliam To: Simas CIV Keith Foster Brian Parker CTR Troy Wilson CIV Nicholas Williamson 1stLt Mark Cc: Rolaf John Anderson Robert Rainey Capt David Riley Civ Joseph Kaiser Capt Jason Oltman Col Robert Ponte CWO2 Joseph Chipps Agent Addam Averhart CWO4 James Doyle Mark ASent: Fri Jan 21 18:10:56 2011Subject: PFC Bradley Manning Base VisitorsGents,PFC Manning is expecting 2 visitors to the brig this weekend. They have been on the newstalking about how they want to deliver a petition to the Brig OIC. Here is what PMO Opsneeds to provide for support.- The 2 individuals that will be coming to the base are:1. Janee Hamsheer (Not a registered visitor, but will be allowed to enter base to travel to brigwith David house.)2. David House (He is an authorized visitor.)- Brig visiting hours are from 1200-1500 on Saturday and Sunday.- Gate 1 and 4 will conduct 100% ID checks on all passengers in every vehicle from 1100-1600 both Saturday and Sunday.- When David House and Janee Hamsheer come up to gate 1 or 4, the MP at that gate will berequired to read the following statement to them:Good Afternoon,You are permitted access to the base to conduct a visit at the confinement facility. You arenot permitted to videotape or photograph base facilities including the air facility or theconfinement facility. You are not permitted to deliver packages directly to any detainee in theconfinement facility. Failure to comply with these instruction may result in debarrnent from thebase. Please wait and I will arrange for a police vehicle to escort you to the confinementfacility. - After we read that statement to them, We will provide a printed out copy of the statementthat is below (Lt Simas - Please copy and paste the below to a word document and print outthe copies). Once we hand them the statement we will provide an escort to the brig. At thebrig we will wait for the visit to be over and then provide them an escort off of the installation.- NCIS and CID will have plain clothes agents at the brig to provide support if necessary.When these 2 arrive in their POV, relay a description of the vehicle to CID. The CID dutyagent will be Agent Chipps.ManningB_00449878The below statement needs to be handed to David House:"You are permitted access to the base to conduct a visit at the confinement facility. You arenot permitted to videotape or photograph base facilities including the air facility or theconfinement facility. You are not permitted to deliver packages directly to any detainee in theconfinement facility. Failure to comply with these instruction may result in debarment from thebase."If you have any questions, please call me on my Nextel.SIFCapt TomaszekManningB_00449879 From: Ebitz Maj Amy Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 1:32 PMTo: Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Oltman Col Robert Subject: FW: PFC MANNING UPDATESigned By:Good Afternoon Sir,I have not been alerted to any concerns or issues with Manning.so far he has been well behaved.Maj EbitzMajor A. R. EbitzExecutive Officerion, Marine Corps Base Quantico Sec 'tC911 ??-?-Original From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Friday, July 39, 2010 13:25To: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: Fw: PFC MANNING UPDATEFor you to answerSent from my B1ackBerry HandheldOriginal Message From: Kauzlarich Col Mark To: Oltman Col Robert Neill CAPT MarySent: Fri Jul 30 13:19:59 2010Subject: PFC MANNING UPDATEBob Mary-Beth,His in process when well andThanks for all your support in processing PFC Manning yesterday/last night.How is he adjusting to pre?trai1 confinement at Quantico?As a courtesy I'm going to contact at MDN.Col Chestang?ChiefDo you have any issues I need to raise withFrom: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Sunday, January 23, 2011 3:14 PM To: Choike Col Daniel Kauzlarich Col Mark Streng CIV Peter JohnsonCol Thomas Greer LtCol Christopher Tomaszek Capt William Riley Civ Joseph PontcCWO2 Joseph l>Subject: Fw: SITREPHouse left with tow truck says he will return next week. There is some issue with some bankdocuments that were found during the inventory of the vehicle in preparation for towing. Thesignificance of that is unknown at this time. I have queried NCIS and CID and I am awaitingtheir response.Also a Robert James Van is on his way to visit Manning at brig. He is a designatedvisitor.Vi?ll have full SITREP in about 1hr.R/rgoSent from my B|ackBerry HandheldOriginal Message From: Tomaszek Capt William To: Oltman Col Robert Riley Civ Joseph Sent: Sun Jan 23 14:07:19 2011Subject: Re: SITREPCurrently finishing vehicle inventory. Towing company on scene. Asked if he could walk or wecould give him a ride to Brig. Told him NO for both. He is either going to walk to 7-11 or sit ingate 1 until taxi shows up. He has been cited for expired registration and no insurance.==Sent from my B|ackberry==Original Message From: Oltman Col Robert To: Riley Civ Joseph Tomaszek Capt William Sent: Sun Jan 23 14:00:27 2011Subject: SITREPtake as soon as you can send. Want to get to PAO and CO before House has anopportunity to put a negative spin on it.Sent from my B|ackBerry HandheldManningB_00449881From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 20ll 6:20 PMTo: Kauzlarich Col Mark Choike Col Daniel Subject: Fw; STATUS CHANGE ICO MAX DET MANNINGHe remains in SW for time being until we can better evaluatehis behavior/temperment. have instructed Brig OIC to inform when his status in dowgradedto POI. I expect he will remain in the night.R/rgoSent from my BlackBerry HandheldOriginal Message From: Averhart CWO4 James To: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Sent: Tue Jan 18 17:22:17 2011Subject: RE: STATUS CHANGE ICO MAX DET MANNINGSir,Sir I've spoken with Dr. Hoctor and he recommended POI. He stated that Det Manningunusual behavior has diminished and he is relaxed at this time after their conversation. Dr.Hoctor did not administer any more medication to Det Manning in order to keep him relaxed.We will continue to monitor SND in a Suicide Watch status and downgrade according to hisbehavior to confinement.Respectfully,CWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035 From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 4:21 PMTo: Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Averhart CWO4 James Subject: FW: STATUS CHANGE ICO MAX DET MANNINGChiefDr. Hoctor is with the detainee right now. Expectation is he will remain in this status at least24 hours. I expect Dr. Hoctor to increase his medication. SND was exercising and fell downdue to being light headed. The escorts helped him to his feet and he stated he wanted toterminate his exercise session. Once he got back to the cell he started to act out similar to hisbehavior in Kuwait. At that point BRIG OIC met with SND and he started to talk in a loud anddistressed voice and began to hit himself in the head. At that point SW was initiated. Pleaseadvise if there are any questions.Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerManningB_00449882Security BN, MCB Quantico --?--Origina From: Averhart CWO4 James Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 15:49To: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: STATUS CHANGE ICO MAX DET MANNINGSir,At my direction, at 1520 today I directed the special move of Det Manning from POI to Suicidewatch. I requested that Captain Hoctor report to the brig to see SND and conduct a medicalassessment. Captain Hoctor arrived at 1545.I will provide you a follow-up brief once completed.Respectfully,CWO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035Cel ManningB_0O449883From: Oltman Col Roben Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 4:21 PMTo: Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Averhart CWO4 James Subject: FW: STATUS CHANGE ICO MAX DET MANNINGSigned ChiefDr. Hoctor is with the detainee right now. Expectation is he will remain in this status atleast 24 hours. I expect Dr. Hoctor to increase his medication. SND was exercising and felldown due to being light headed. The escorts helped him to his feet and he stated he wantedto terminate his exercise session. Once he got back to the cell he started to act outsimilar to his behavior in Kuwait. At that point BRIG OIC met with SND and he started totalk in a loud and distressed voice and began to hit himself in the head. At that point swwas initiated. Please advise if there are any questions.Col R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerSecurit BN MCBCell88 Emailtico ?-??-Original From: Averhart CNO4 James Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 15:49To: Oltman Col Robert Cc: Ebitz Maj Amy Subject: STATUS CHANGE ICO MAX DET MANNINGSir,At my direction, at 1520 today I directed the special move of Det Manning from POI to Suicidewatch. I requested that Captain Hoctor report to the brig to see SND and conduct a medicalassessment. Captain Hoctor arrived at 1545.I will provide you a follow-up brief once completed.Respectfully,CNO4 James T. Averhart, Jr. USMCSecurity BattalionBrig Officer3247 Elrod, Ave.MCB, Quantico VA 22134-5035wk#Cell ManningB_O0449884From: Oltman Col men Sent: Friday, April 1, 201] 9:11 PMTo: Choike Col Daniel Kauzlarich Col Mark Subject: Fw:DanAs discussed on phone message. ack receipt.Sent from my B|ackBerry HandheldOriginal Message From: Barnes CWO2 Denise To: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Fri Apr 01 21:08:44 2011Subject:Good Evening Sir, I just got done engaging the members of the Board.1. LtCol Russell came on deck at 1605 and was briefed by Blenis on detaineeManning's behavior/interactions from that last two weeks.2. After speaking to Blenis, LtCol Russell saw Manning and that lasted over two hours.3. Once the interview with LtCol Russell and Manning was complete, Blenis calledCapt. Lluy to brief her on Manning's behavior and to seek her input for the board. She did notsee any red flags and she concurred that his behavior was not due to anything 4. LtCol Russell completed his eval and then debriefed the board in detail.5. The custody classification and status were looked at separately and after deliberation and acomplete review, I concurred with the board to have Manning remain Maxcustody/Administrative Segregation/POI. He chose not to appear in front of the board today,his behavior has not improved, communication has been degraded all at Manning's choosingand he expressed frustration with the guards earlier in the week for correcting him. He wasalso counseled again on 28 March for covering his head completely so he is showing that hewill not follow rules. This was the second time he was told to refrain from covering his entirehead. Although Blenis explained that the guards are just doing their jobs, he was justupset and felt that the corrections he was given should not have even been discussed.6. I spoke to LtCo| Russell as well prior to him leaving the facility and he informed me thatbasically Manning is the reason why he is still on POI but that he (Manning) does not see that.He drastically reduced his communication because he feels that whatever he says getsdistorted or blown out of proportion. He also stated that he is at low risk for self harm andviolence but that we should pay attention to any sudden changes in mood or an increase inanger because it may mean that he is turning. There are some more notes he wants to add tothe eval and will complete those and forward it to me on Monday.Thanks Sir.CWO2 Denise V. BarnesBrig Officer, Security Battalion3247 Elrod AvenueQuantico, VA 22134Office:BB: DSN:Fax ManningB_00449885 From: Neill, Mary CAPT Sent: Friday, March 04, 20 To: Choike Col Daniel Kauzlarich Col Mark Subject: Manning statusSigned By:For close hold need to know SA:I have a report from my Brig Medical Officer who debriefed with C01 Malonethis afternoon after visit.PFC Manning is doing well, appeared in good spirits and has been taken off amedication he has been on in response to the improved status.MBNCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoCom:DSN:e?mai1: ManningB_00449886From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2011 12:21 PMTo: Kauzlarich Col Mark Choike Col Daniel Cc: Greer Christopher Subject: Mannin StatusGentsIntent is to downgrade Manning From SN to POI late this afternoon at the change of the dailywatch.C01 R.G. OltmanCommanding OfficerSecurit BN MCB ManningB_00449887From: Oltman Col RobertG?>Sent: Thursday, March 10, 201 1 2:02 PMTo: Kauzlarich Col Mark Choike Col Daniel 1cc: emu Mai Amy Subject: Manning StatusGentsJust got off phone with XO. She has informed me that any changes in Manning Status mustbe approved by Base CO. I think there is an assumption being made that CWO2 Barnes isacting alone and unafraid in her decision process with regard to status and or handlinginstruction changes with regard to Manning. That is not the case. She and I discuss, same asI did with Averhart, every decision and every change and to date I have concurred with all.Also every change has been discussed with the Boss. Not sure how much more involved wecan be. Understand where guidance is coming from and we will do as directed. However Irespectfully make the following requests 1) We adhere to the chain of command. Barnes willconact me and I will contact Base CO. 2) Based on conditions etc we, Sec BN will make arecommendation/request to implement the change. Should there be non concurrence anddifferent guidance given we would like to have it in writing in order to annotate in the file. Wecan set up whatever papenivork is required.We are on board just want to ensure the files are properly documented.R/rgoSent from my BlackBerry HandheldManningB_00449888From: Oltman Col Robert Sent: Wednesday, March 2, 201] 8: 17 PMTo: Choike Col Daniel Neill CAPT MaryGreer LtCol Christopher Kauzlarich Col Mark Subject: !Otl!lCatl0I1Manning chain of command notified and understands situation. Company notified the BN whowill press the Army medical to get engaged. Fully expect Dr. Malone to see Det Manningtomorrow.Advise if there are questions.Sent from my BlackBerry Handheld ManningB_00449889 From: Neill, Mary CAPTSent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 6:17 PMTo: Ebitz Maj Amy Lyons LtCo| Stephen M: Greer LtCol Christopher Johnson Col ThomasJenks CIV Chuck Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Oltman Col Robert Choike Col Daniel Raimondo CAPT LisaSubject: RE: DET MANNING WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORTSigned Bv= ALCON,Please note that our Mental Health provider, CAPT Hocter, has determinedthat a weekly visit, vice twice a week, is the appropriate frequency basedon current status of detainee. Subject to adjustment as required. willnotify if any change to one visit per week.CAPT NeillCAPT Mary E. Neill, DC, USNCommanding OfficerNaval Health Clinic QuanticoCom:DSN:e-mail: --?--Original From: Ebitz Maj Amy Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2910 19:29 AMTo: Lyons LtCol Stephen Greer LtCol Christopher Johnson Col Thomas Jenks CIV Chuck Neill, Mary Kauzlarich Col Mark Cc: Oltman Col Robert Choike Col Daniel 3Subject: DET MANNING WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORTGood Morning Lady and Gentlemen,As directed.Major A. R. EbitzExecutive Officer QuanmFBINA SESSION 249ManningB_00449890 From: Miner Col Christopher Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2011 5:40 PMTo: Greer LtCol Christopher Oltman Col Robert Kauzlarich Co! Mark Choike Col DanielEwers Col John Subject: SIFIED)Signed By:So I guess the Board won't be recommending anytime soon.SF,Col Chris MinerStaff Judge AdvocateMarine Corps Combat Development CommandPhone: (Commercial) Cell:SIPR:From: Greer LtCol Christopher Sent: wednesday, March 02, 2011 17:38To: Oltman Col Robert Kauzlarich Col Mark Choike Col Daniel Miner Col Christopher Ewers Col John Subject: Fw: Additional Charges (UNCLASSIFIED)Importance: HighGentlemen,This is still close hold until tomorrow. Additional charges are no real surprise with theheavy hitter being the Article 104 charge of ?aiding the enemy". That carries the deathpenalty although the prosecution has informed the defense that it does not intend to seek thedeath penalty.The new charges were provided to PFC Manning and he met with his military defense counselafter he received it.The Art 138 response was provided to PFC Manning today as well. He has 16 working days torespond so we should see something by 16 March.v/rLtCol GreerMCBQ SJAMessage??-??From: Haberland, John CPT MIL USA Sent: Wednesday, March 62, 2911 16:28To: Greer LtCol Christopher Subject: Fw: Additional Charges (UNCLASSIFIED)Importance: HighManningB_00449891Classification: UNCLASSIFIEDCaveats: FOUOSir,Attached is a copy of the new charge sheet with the Additional Charges. This charge will notbe public knowledge for a few hours so please do you send it around yet.Please let me know if you have any questions.very Respectfully,CPT John B. HaberlandRegimental Judge Advocate3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)owe: as: Building }42, Fort Myer, Virginia 2221151?? ?

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