“Lt Col Ramos and his people want to play games moving him in a cold cell.”
This log presents itself as one of the clearer indications that all of the abuse being carried out against al-Marri and the games being played with him were part of an orchestrated campaign to coerce him into compliance.
The following logs highlight the lengths to which the administration was willing to push him:
The Pass Down Logs provide a brief insight into this period later in the day, but without any reference to the logs in the Electronic Brig Logs – it is one of the reasons why the logs must be read together:
1741 Tango 2 told EC 2 to pick up his blankets and pillow up off the floor. EC refused stating it was very cold “I cannot sleep up there” (rack)
1742 Tango 2 took blankets and pillow from EC per order of Mr Seymour.
1744 Tango 2 placed meal in cell tray under door
1745 EC pushed meal tray under door
1747 Tango 2 told EC tray must stay in his cell for 20 min. EC “refused”.
1748 Tango 2 put meal tray back in EC’s cell
1749 EC pushed tray under door
1750 Tango 2 put meal back in cell 119. Tango 2 blocked cell door w/his feet. EC dumped food in toilet and flushed it.
1751 EC pushed tray under door when Tango 2 left
1752 EC hiding in cell under camera
1800 EC crawled under rack to hide from camera
1802 MA2 Fesenmyer told EC#2 to come out from under his rack. EC refused stating “its very cold”
1805 Mr Seymour stated he wanted five minute checks on EC#2 until further notice.