Currently there are two documents on this webpage. 1) The U.S. Army’s AR 15-6 report on the death of Adnan Latif, and 2) the Force Protection Report and subsequent High Priority Emails sent to Col. John Bogdan, the commander of Guantanamo’s Joint Detention Group (the guard force) on September 7, 2012, warning that Latif “might commit suicide.” He in fact did die, ostensibly by suicide, in the early morning hours the next day.
The AR-15-6 report
Below is a recent FOIA release (November 21, 2016) of the Force Protection Report and subsequent High Priority Email sent to Col. John Bogdan, the commander of Guantanamo’s Joint Detention Group (the guard force) at the time of Latif’s death. The email warned that Latif “might commit suicide.” A “Collectors Comment” added to the Force Protection report states that Latif “was tasked to commit suicide with” Mohammad Al Hanashi in June 2009. No evidence of such a tasking has ever been released or otherwise noted, though it is worth noting that Behavioral Health Unit personnel were evidently told that Al Hanashi himself thought he was supposed to die with the three detainees who all supposedly committed suicide (or were killed) in 2006. Camp authorities back in 2006 characterized the three deaths as a joint suicide. Thus a pattern of indicating links between the various suicides was perpetuated at least within the Guantanamo camp.
Force Protection Report and subsequent High Priority Emails (September 7, 2012)