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DATE: REPLY TO ATTN Olf^: SUBJECT: TO: Approved For Release 20 RETRA446;;41,0005-7 UNITEb STATES GOVERNMENT 26 OCT 90 memorandum DT-S SUN STREAK Interim Report - 90104-E (U) DT-5 DT Referral Review by NIMA, DoD 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 35?20'N/42?00'E. See copy of strip map at TAB A. A second group of hostages, number undetermined, were located west of Qasr Al Khubbaz and east of Wadi Hauran, IZ, at geographical coordinates 33?20'N/41040'E. The "greatest number of hostages" appeared to be detained in the vicinity of Rumaitha/Ramantha located sbuth of Baghdad at geographical coordinates 31035'N/450 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 Handle Via .111117 C;111ntt 0'111 CLASSIFIED BY: DIA, DT DECLASSIFY BY: OADR Approved For Release 2003/05ERUPZ-0078 000800110004rFPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 0-114 P17 0(RPTEvIDIN43A0L) FORM NO. 10 flTTzEMIABLf.; TO 'FOREIGN NATIONALS er GPO : 1904 0 - 461-275 (272) Approved For Release 2SECERETA oyoff-74 005-7 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 numerous objects which form walls or barriers. 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.) 3. (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- way. The building is reminiscent of a memorial/museum/embassy. The outside walls of the building are made of white brick. A second structure associated with the of hostages, appears to be a tall, yellow, building with a domed roof. The building seems to be 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 the vicinity of geographical coordinates 28?40'N/47060'E. See TAB C. The results of 079's effort are at TAB D. Approved For Release 2003,0sErsupi6/18? 8giflead-7 Approved For Releas T CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 4. (S/NF/SK) OPS COMMENTS: Information provided by 079 relates to the hostages located in Kuwait. Viewer 079 furnished no information on the hostages located in Iraq. 4 Inclosures TAB A - D - MAPS, SUMMARIES Branch Chief Approved For Release 2003/09/031i?1 -00789R000800110005-7 Malgtya dryarnan te? he' ?P 4 ..? Han, rove For A Ergani ? I iYarbaktr verek ? . Urfa Viranithi? 0 , irran ? Rashid IL Ahlat se k savuro Ttlidyat ardino ?b;,. a:re ?eIA- D -00R o an y SiJr 03irnak ???TJ-".! Demo. Kotche El Ha tep, ??? ? .#'1.4bdul *Axis 114111 y Der ezZOr sukh \- fie hfeyada Sur? r ? Qgim A N .130 ../4?11G Ruth)?, ? ? S 'Atha. diys_ ho ' Ba,hale Ootur..) Salinas 0 haratk ? inerik -1) uznuIta ? ? On:tubed irtPag6tEA?ST Aha, a nd Sufian oitheh 4. V4 .o Khlysv ? 4, ?I". Arda.bii 'PA:RIZ 8?sanarad-? 'arab ol Koh-?? 131Z12 fat. tith-? DOSCIVS/% ? (Orunnyeh)ADehkhuareganSohond ( 0 rn.) 44 artagbeh A:wan? Mane 0 Qarang? 45Mtlilt y Ku Oshooviyeltc. . 0A1Qcgr.) OAcIraf 1351'77398 raft.; ?Tat ,,k .,,,Rerraandi iz0Haji Ibr Ashi Mosul Ruins a/ frein?v?V, L - MOSUI GI 4krbilfArib...11CaItan at t NN A W A Atipaiyara 'fliakhmur ? t Kirkr*uraimak 'fritadh?;;Q" " Maha ha,d 0 In //7 ? AMIIZOta,itte.:8* ft-? ... Tikri SALIM DIN .'1; Than ? D na Hadith Al.tittn Doutuamornti ss?e, I tug aida te_? uz tprmit 643."?irt (3-Khanaqi -r ? I? ft Kaneh lusRe Samar ge-# e t to*. 7.73,10011. (445 no 141.??:????? .0?. A. - ?????11,1) " ? hubbar 0 Kubaisa ? Ramadi Hor=Ilan Yrt? , --rtrabale; ? Razaza.RCY. Ar Rahha Pi ? Shithath ? ??,1? iya a all uya..,s ? 1, Lit Hi ? ? ? ? ? ? Mdowab Saeendey. Bowkan sht 10,404 ft.O .A(3171 no Bi jar KORDESTAN 0 Dezh Shahpur ASanandaj oowraman Sinneh )0 I OA -e Shirin k ermanshahAthatuq, '7*/ SHAHAN ./ "*`? Egiag o r?songor 0 !YDYALA IMq uba H I.. , HO A D - abAiy . ,1)4.1j\ TA . usAilsr12;1;i1;t1"2,41d1. Attn: or .L4-'0_,-fl -116na . Ruins of rt"A.B8a : Lyto; ilta ? ?15 ? aman ? ma) ? Khalkha& 9,4 eaanja Zanap Ab? Razan?\ Hamada Asadabad ?44.0?sarkan; KAavar1/4.?. Malik) rib o Nahavand A., %.; fc- ? Alashtar e?-? kyr) ,a ?31 OZaghe Kuh?-? Vorronn 9,186 ft. Khorramabad " 8(2800 rjy.) 4a 14200 la or e s t ehran 0 0 . Abdanan-, ? " And trnish Ruins ? 8usa Born Sb at rkh 'Al Gtilar Shs rq1 Kt4T. t - 'Friths YS A 4 t. ? An aja / AN j?IdAF?' ? tk.?.!= /t;,0 ? 4?Vr. sOhabicha /? 7?.p. Sakaka ? : ???:':::"???!:.? Refe Decl / 0 As Salman or e fa' ? ? aJt. ..... theta Shu hush hta Masjed Soleyin Bos sj? Da..?ht-e Azad vi.ta An tAsiriya I I ??? Hor al Rumo 0' ? Ma?ciil \ Az Zuba 1;0' Q. B A S, if A 0As Busaiya ?umm ? ma MUTHANNA a 4 ? " ? 'hYle.'1'i'Ts': ? ? ?!:???????? HU _duk. B. ahr rorra ba ? t-.;?-??'.f.7 - Bubiya a I. . ? ??'? in al Matadi'. Nap rov Qasr a?tialyanya or Release 200 It? 3 ? ? : : : . ? ? . : 11 Ha far al Satint " 4 1M36-007890 0800110005-7 Ina SAKI: 4? ?? V".04 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 S E. R 11\10FORN PROJECT SUN STREAK WARNING NOTICE: INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED PROJECT NUMBER: 90104 E SESSION.NUMBER: 01 DATE OF SESSION: 901024 START TIME: 15'-'1 DATE OF REPORT: 901024 END TIME: 1610 . METHODOLOGY: ERV SOURCE IDI..7...N1IFIER: 049 2. (S/NF) VIEWER TASKING: Go to the target and describe. tasking as mission above. (S/NF) COMMENTS: No inclemancies noted. A summary of information is attached to this report. 4. (S/NF) EVALUATION: (S/NF) SEARCH EVALUATION: 052 CLASSIFIED BY: DIA DECLASSIFY ON:. OADR S E C R E T NOFORN Same Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 SG1 A ' a- V SG1A Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 S C R 1" 1\101::01::ZN 90104E 049 901024 1521-1610 01 Summary of In There is a place that is predominately green in color with a number of narrow hallways or tunnels with numerous objectS at which form walls or at least prevent a straight passage. These tunnels/hallways appear to form almost a maze effect to this at It is either buried or partially underground with at least one entry way open to the ground surface. There is a short, chubby man with a black Mustache. He is wearing a beige uniform and has something hanging from his head. He is directing movement within this maze-like location. There is on man who is being pushed or shoved along the passageway. He is mad, angry, agitated and indignant. He is net used to being treated this way. He is not a bad man but is arrogant. Separated from him by both lateral and vertical distance I a a woman. She has a sense of peacefulness about her, is wearing a flowing gown and seems translucent. She appears to me as more of a spirit than a person. 'She is standing on top of something while the arrogant man is within something. There is an object above him that is at with long smooth curves and it is dividing in half. There is a series of round objeLL connected together by a common straight line. Nearby is a S C rE: "r Nc3R:31::;;N Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/03: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 SECRE- NOFORN I. arge, angular arc with one man standing nearly direttly under the left Side of it. There is a crowd of people watching an event. They are all smiling but the smiles are only a facade. Nearby is an-other group of people in dark robes. They are faceless ahd are gazing towards the grotmld. There is a laroe, wooden door which appears to swing out of the shadows "(out. of nowhere). Elsewhere, there is `a set of living quarters'4 a 2 or 3 story house with other, similar? living quarters attached on either side of it. It has been recently abandoned. The people who used to be there have been taken away. They were young, old k. and very old. One member was gone at the time of their reMoval from the quarters. There is a lot of clutter inside as if the place had .''been "r14Ied through". The kitchen is cluttered and very messy as if someone had left in a hurry. There is a bedframe without a mattress and the sense that other objects have. been remoVed after the people had left. There is an OverWheiming feeling of sorrow, hurt and violence her(F!. The occupants , who were in the kitehen, were taken away by others who arrived in a truck or jeep. A symbol is associated with this event, and appears te be on the vehicle. The symbol consisted of red/yellow flames in a leaf pattern with a gold bird Or dragon-like figure in the middle. There is currently yellow stains by the door as if a yellow liquid had dried. In another location is a feature (2) SECRET NOFORN Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/03: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 SECRET NOFORN which is rising rapidly and has a convoluted appearanCe. It is rolling outwards and upwards. Near this is a convoy or procession. With .a high ranking individual. There is a con'cept of destructiOn, clouds or smoke that are dark and rolling. There. are disjo:Inted pieces and/or rumble lying about. The scene of a limo or VIP vehicle getting bombed (a bomb attack) comes to view. Separate from this event is a triangularly shaped object Which is splitting 'in two. The two halves are moving back and forth in ?much the same manner as a butterfly moves its wings while on the ground. Another object is very angUlar with portions of its surface coming to points. It blends into its surroundings and is. hard to detect. There is a scene of three men sitting together almost like a Painting. One has a grey beard, stripped robe and is the oldest of the group. He sits on the left. The man on the right is younger, wears green clothing and a beret-type hat and has a mouStache. The third person is at between, and . behind, the former but his features can not be perceived. His face is as if it is in a veil of secrecy. He has one hand on the shoulder of each of the other two men. In another lecati'oelse woman with very black hair and dark brown skin. She is sad and grieving and is standing ne:.:t to a steep staircase. As she looks out there is a lot of dust or-smoke on the horizon. It is rolling into a cluster of buildings and is moving very fast. (3) SECRET NOFORN Approved For Release 2003/09/03: CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000800110005-7 ECRET NOFORN There are a number of people who are being detained. They have not been tortured but they haven't been treated very well either'. Family members have been divided up with the men separated in one place and the women in an The men are in a place that is just small, dark and restrictive. The women appear to be somewhere with a lot of windows. They appear to being wearing nicer clothing ('I-e. dresses). There is a building with 4 large tower-like poles near a large an These appear to be at or part of a larger structure or feature. There is a sense that this is a central prison or fortress. HOwever:, the prisoners are not the average -criminal they are something else. They are peculiar, almost alien. Nearby is a globular red object that is quivering. There is contained fast movement which resembles drons of liquid being propelled sideways. -Elsewhere?. there is a line up od individuals carrying objects at an angle in their arm cc. ? TheV are elaborately dressed and appear to be walking at an angle. The hostages are located in three places:: 1) an area southwest of HADH(R west of WADT THARTHAR 2) an area west of ID(SR AL KHUBBA2 and east of WADI HAURAN and .:3) within the vicinity of RUMAITHA or RUMANTHA south of BAGDAD. The greatest number of hostages appear to be held in the third location. 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