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                              CHAPTER XV

             INSURRECTION AND ESPIONAGE INTERVIEWS AGAINST
                       THE ARMED FORCES (SEAAF)

INTRODUCTION:

     In criminal cases, the identity and the capture of the person is the
main objective. In espionage cases the identity of the person is only the
first step. The most important thing is the knowledge of his contacts,
objectives, information sources and communication methods. The capture and
public news of the incident must be the last resource used by the counter
intelligence agencies. It is better to identify these persons, what they are
doing, and stop the movement of their efforts than to expose them to the
public and then try to find out who are their successors.

GENERAL FACTS:

     A.    Receiving the source.

     1.    The counter intelligence agent must be professional and courteous
with the source.

     2.    Identify yourself and show your badge.

     3.    Obtain identification facts about the source.

NOTE:  Establish harmony, be friendly and alert, this will help the source to
feel confident. Once the harmony has been established with the source, you
must be able to hold this confidence during the interview.

     4.    Determine the purpose and intention of the source.

     a.    An unscheduled source is a person who comes to a counter
intelligence agency to offer information he believes is of interest to
military intelligence.
     b.    The information the source provides must fall within the
intentions of SEAAF.

     5.    Once you obtain the identify data from the source you must start
the review of files to:







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LN324-91 a. Determine if the source appears in the nuisance files. b. Determine if the Military Police or other agencies have information about the source. 6. If the review of files reveal that the source is in the nuisance files you must: a. Thank the source for the information. b. Close the interview and say goodbye to the source. 7. If the files do not have information about the source, continue the interview. B. Carry out the interview. 1. First ask permission to the source to use a tape recorder to record the content of the interview. Explain that the tape recorder will help you to prepare the final report as a verbal transcription which the source will have the opportunity to review, correct and sign. 2. Turn on the tape recorder "only" if the source agrees to let you use it. 3. Give the source the oath of truth. 4. Have the source tell you the incident. a. Encourage the source to tell you the incident in their own words. b. Be alert and listen to the source and take mental notes of important points to explore these points during the review of the incident with the source. c. DO NOT write notes while the story of the incident is told. d. DO NOT interrupt the source while telling the incident. NOTE: If the source goes of f the incident theme he is telling, tactfully make the source return to the main theme. 129
LN324-91 NOTE: If during the interview the source tells you information outside your jurisdiction, ask the source to go to the appropriate agency. If the source does not wish to go to that agency, continue the interview and collect the information and send it to the proper agency. C. Carrying out the review of the incident. 1. Assure the source that the information will be kept in strict confidentiality. 2. Review the incident with the source point by point to clarify discrepancies, contradictions, and holes in the information. 3. Write with precision the additional sources. D. Obtain history information about the source to help you evaluate the information of the source. The history information must include: 1. Identify 2. Date and place of birth 3. Citizenship 4. Addresses (past and present) 5. Occupation 6. Reasons that motivated the source to provide information E. Develop secondary information. Frequently the information and the source's history could indicate that he could have more significant information and it could be of value or interest to military intelligence. F. Obtain a sworn declaration. G. Advice the source that the interview has an official nature and that he must not tell about the incident or nature of the incident to any other person. 130
LN324-91 H. Closing the interview. 1. Notify the source that the investigation could require a subsequent interview and new contacts with him. 2. Make arrangements to have new contact with the source. 3. Again notify the source about the official nature of the interview. 4. Close the interview in a friendly note. 5. Exit or say goodbye to the source. I. Start the evaluation of the incident to make sure that it is in your jurisdiction. J. Prepare the appropriate reports. 1. Prepare an initial report for SEAAF. NOTE: Make an effort to send a detailed complete report. If a detailed report takes much time, submit an intermediate report with the available information. Afterwards submit the complete report. 2. Classify the SEAAF report according to the Normal Operation Procedures. NOTE: All SEAAF reports will receive limited distribution. 3. Write down the unit that will receive the SEAAF report. 4. Write down the unit that sent the report. 5. Write down the instructions to send the report. NOTE: All the SEAAF reports require one of the following sending instructions: "Required Night Actions" or "Hand during the first hours of the day". 6. Complete paragraph A and 1-6 of the SEAAF report. 131
LN324-91 a. Write down the references in A. b. Write down the date of the incident in paragraph 1. c. Write down the place of the incident in paragraph 2. d. Write down the following information from all the involved persons in paragraph 3: 1. Complete name (father's last name, mother's last name, first name and initial) 2. Date of birth 3. Place of birth 4. Identity card 5. Unit assignation 6. Position 7. Day when separated from the Armed Forces 8. Type of access to classified information e. Write down in the subsequent paragraphs to paragraph 3: 1. All the sources 2. All the witnesses 3. All persons who have knowledge about the SEAAF incident. NOTE: If there is more than one person written down in any of the categories mentioned above, write down as #1, #2, etc. (Example: Source 1, Source 2). NOTE: If the data identification from the witnesses or suspects are not known, write down a physical description available. 132
LN324-91 4. The description must include: a. Age b. Sex c. Nationality/citizenship d. Complexion f. Height g. Weight i. Hair color j. Eye color k. Appearance 1. Physical built m. Outstanding characteristics. f. Write down in paragraph 4, a detailed description of the incident as described by the source(s). Start the paragraph with details in regard to as how the source came to the attention of your agency. g. In paragraph 5, write down all actions taken, such as review of files or interviews. NOTE: You will not carry out more actions except as directed by a proper higher agency. h. In paragraph 8, write down any commentary or pertinent recommendation about the source, suspect or the incident. K. If applicable prepare the Agent Report with the appropriate exhibits. 1. Send copy or the original and a copy directly to the appropriate higher agency. 2. Send copy of the information, when instructed by the higher investigation elements to the chain of command. 3. Do not do anything else, nor spread information unless it is addressed to the appropriate higher agency. 133
LN324-91 CLASSIFICATION REPORT ABOUT INCIDENTS ____________________________________________________________________ PAGE______FROM_____ DATE AND TIME_______PRECEDENT_______________________ ___________________________________________________ FROM: TO: INFO: INSTRUCTIONS FOR SENDING: (CLASSIFICATION) TITLE OF REPORT: REFERENCES: 1. ( ) DATE OF INCIDENT: 2. ( ) PLACE OF INCIDENT: 3. ( ) PERSON(S) INVOLVED: A. ( ) SOURCE(S): B. ( ) WITNESS(SES): C. ( ) OTHERS WHO HAVE KNOWLEDGE: D. ( ) SUSPECT(S): 4. ( ) NARRATION: 5. ( ) ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN: 6. ( ) COMMENTARIES: 7. ( ) POINT OF CONTACT: ____________________________________________________________________NAME, ORGANIZATION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS AND TITLE OF ORIGINATOR _____________________________________________________________ NAME, ORG., REVIEWER'S TITLE, TELEPHONE NUMBER _____________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF REVIEWER REVIEW DATE _____________________________________________________________ 134
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LN324-91 ( ) REPORT ABOUT INCIDENTS ____________________________________________________________________ PAGE______FROM______ DATE AND TIME__________PRECEDENT_______________ ____________________________________________________________________ FROM: TO: INFO: ___________________________________________________________________NAME, ORGANIZATION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS AND TITLE OF ORIGINATOR _____________________________________________________________NAME, ORG., REVIEWER'S TITLE, TELEPHONE NUMBER _____________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF REVIEWER REVIEW DATE _____________________________________________________________ ( ) 136