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SG1A Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 mOMMWMOSNOFORN/WNINTEL 5FELIAL ACCESS REQUIRED PROJECT SUN STREAK , I,NTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED PROjECT NUMBER: 90104 F SESSION NUMBER: 01 DATE OF SESSION: 25 OCT 90 DATE OF REPORT: 26 OCT 90 START: 1440 END: 1516 METHODOLOGY: ERV VIEWER IDENTIFIER: VIEWER TASKING: Access and describe the target at Encrypted Coordinates 140769/606400, Determine the location of a second target identi-Fied as Target Group #2. ) COMMENTS: No inglemencies noted. A Summary of InFormation is attached to this report. TD) EVALUATION: 5. (S/SiD) SEARH EVAEUTTADI: HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS oNLy Referral Review by NIMA/DoD SVELIAL ALCESs REQUIRED CLASSIFIED BY: DIA, DT DECLASSIFY ON: OADR Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 .4?1.../NE/SK SUBJECT1; SUN STREAK Interim Report - 90104-E (U) THRW DT 5 (S/Nr/SK) To remote viewing sessions were conducted on 24. October 1990 to determine the status, location, and Iraqi intentions towards the hostages held in Kuwait and Iraq. 2. (S/NF/SK) Remote Viewer 049 perceived the presence of and undetermined number of US hostages in an area southwest of Hadhar, and west of Wadi Tharthar, Iraq (IZ), at geographical coordinates 15 20 N / 42 00 F. See copy of strip map at TAB A. A second group of hostages, number undetermined, were located west of Dasr Al Khubbaz and east of Wadi Hauran, IZ, at geographical coordinates 33 20 N / 41 40. The "greatest number of hostages" appeared to be detained in the vicinity of Rumaitha/Ramantha located south of Baghdad at geographical Loordinates 11 :35 N / 45 20 E. The hostages have neither been tortured nor have they been well-treated. Families are often separated some men have been placed in small, dark, restrictive areas. A building with four large tower-like poles and located near a large archway appears related to the hostage issue. The concept of a "central prison, a fortress," also appears pertinent. Viewer 049 also accessed a place that is predominantly green with a number of narrow hallways and contains Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 nUMEFUUS objects which form walls or barriEff-s. This tunnel like complex appears to be partially underground. Viewer 049's summary is at TAB B. (OPS COMMENTS 049 was unable to access the hostage situation in Kuwait.) :. (S/NF/SK) Iraqi intentions revolve around the release of the hostages through negotiations. A group of hostages was perceived as being kept in a long, narrow, thick building with a long walk- The building is reminiscent of a memorial/museum/embassy. The outside walls to the building are made of white brick. A second structure associated with the housing of hostages, appeared to be a tall, yellow, building with a domed roof. The building is a religious building, a mosque or a church a main road crosses the front of the building. The hostages located in Kuwait, are located in the vicinity of geographical coordinates 29 15 N / 47 25 E; and in th- vicinity of geographical coordinates 28 40 N/ 47 6,0 E. These is are reflected in a copy of a strip map along with conceptual sketches and a session summary at TAD C. (OPS COMMENTS Informiaion provided by 079 relates to the hostages located in Kuwait. Viewer 079 furnished no information on the hostages located in Iraq.) Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 4..ii......,- NOP'ORN Pg 90104F V: 049 D: 901)25 Tg 1440 ..... 1516 Sg 01 ,- - , c:Jummary of AnTormation TAR3ET GROUP #1: There is an overall feeling of redundancy associated with the Replication and duplication is paramount with this group of individuals. There are stacks and alignments of differently shaped objects. A sickening, sweet smell and a smell of mustiness and dampness is apparent. The group is tightly knit but distrustful of anyone who is not part of the "inner circle". They are a group within a group and are almost independent from their higher ups- A main or primary individual is arrogant, hateful and sUpic. He is surrounded by 6 or 7 first level subordinates. There appears to be a number of different "cells" which are separated and widely scattered. The members of these "cells" are distrustful, secretive and appear to be waiting for guidance. Something is peculiar about the first group of individuals in that they really don't belong where they are currently located. There is a sense of absolute control, separa.icm and compartmentness. One member of this group is overly preoccupied with a female member of his family. This group's security and sanctity is based on old equipment and alimliiimimim00401, NOFORN Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 mWWW0WWW.Tri. NOFORN possibly outdated plans and/or operat.ions. Supplies are becoming harder to get and there is less ease with movement, especially by This inner group is highly secretive and impossible o penetrate. There is some sort of major contradiction associated with this group:: it is either planning vs. reality or planning vs. operations. These individuals are very paranoid and frightened. They are extremely preoccupied with their own security. TARGET GROUP #2,4 There is a sense of staging On preparation by the second target. It is felt that their movement will be by water. This group will wait to respond to any action. They do not want to be in Kuwait (:..e. mixed-in) with the other line units. They will wait for those units to get wiped out by opposing forces before they make their move. This group will deploy westward from the ocean and move into the central coastal area of Kuwait. This group is now posed within two areas along, and north of, the Kuwaiti-Iraqi border. mWOOPOPRIPIrme NOFORN Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 Approved For R jvie-2003 A(/' Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R00080002 003-9 Approved For Release 2003/094: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800020003-9 - /5- LLJ LJJ ? SA#7L freActAA_A-- Se)'` Approved For Release 2003/09/11: CIA-RDP96-00789R000a 0003-9 Approved For Release 2003/094 ? 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