The Death Lists give information about the fate of more than 4700 Afghans in 1978-1979. The Transfer Orders contain information about the transfer of more than 670 Afghans between AGSA and prisons.
The Death Lists consist of rows of names, mostly in alphabetic order. With those names are mentioned: father’s name, occupation, place of origin and an accusation. Examples of such accusations are: echwani, ashrar and Maoist anti-revolutionary. On each list, a date between 1978 and 1979 is written. On some lists, there is a Government-stamp.
The Transfer Orders give names as well, together with the names of parents, occupation and place of origin. In addition, these documents contain information about the locations where those involved were interrogated and detained. The dates on the Transfer Orders give information about the dates of interrogation and detention. Furthermore, the Transfer Orders bear the name and the signature of the involved officials. One of those officials was the deceased suspect.