Transcript of second interview with Dr. Mohammed Haneef by Australian Police
The full transcript of Dr. Mohammed Haneef's second interview with the Australian Federal Police in July was released on August 22 by Brisbane lawyer Peter Russo, who is acting for Dr. Haneef.
Mr. Russo said the full transcript of the second interview was being made public at Dr Haneef's request.
"He wants all of the matters raised with him by Federal Police and his answers to those questions put into the public arena, because of the continuing attempts being made to slander his name by innuendo and selective release of information by government and Federal Police spokespeople," Mr Russo said.
The full transcript pertains to Dr. Haneef's second interview . conducted through the afternoon of Friday, July 13, into the early hours of Saturday, July 14.
"The police translation of the chat room conversation between Dr. Haneef and his brother appears at the very end of the interview when Dr. Haneef and the police officers were all obviously fatigued," he
"It should be noted that Dr Haneef's attempts to correct the translation of the chat room conversation had been brushed aside by the police questioners with a promise that those corrections could be
made at the end. Not all of those corrections seem to have been raised at the end," Mr Russo said.
Mr. Russo said that people could reach their own conclusions of the record of interview, including Dr Haneef's answers to questions.
It is available both as a single PDF file (17.1 Mb) and as smaller PDF file segments for easier download.
Transcript (17.10 MB)
Transcript 1 (1.68 MB)
Transcript 2 (1.74 MB)
Transcript 3 (1.70 MB)
Transcript 4 (1.70 MB)
Transcript 5 (1.72 MB)
Transcript 6 (1.82 MB)
Transcript 7 (1.60 MB)
Transcript 8 (1.90 MB)
Transcript 9 (1.85 MB)
Transcript 10 (1.88 MB)
Haneef's First Interview
The transcript of the interview with Dr. Mohammed Haneef by the Australian Federal Police on July 3, 2007 in Brisbane was published by The Australian on its website. The 142-page document was later removed from the website. An editor of the newspaper told The New York Times that there had been "tremendous pressure" from the government.
The transcript as it was put out by The Australian is being published here to advance public understanding of the details of the case.
It is available both as a single PDF file (22.1 Mb) and as smaller PDF file segments for easier download.
Transcript (22.10 MB)
Transcript 1 (2.61 MB)
Transcript 2 (2.41 MB)
Transcript 3 (2.18 MB)
Transcript 4 (2.14 MB)
Transcript 5 (2.20 MB)
Transcript 6 (2.07 MB)
Transcript 7 (2.08 MB)
Transcript 8 (2.17 MB)
Transcript 9 (2.30 MB)
Transcript 10 (2.16 MB)