Vincent Sandifer says back in March, three Army CID agents - driving a government vehicle - went to his house, handcuffed him, took him to a wooded area on post and then started questioning him.
Sandifer says it happened because he was involved with the wife of a Fort Bragg CID investigator.
He claims the agents threatened to kill him.
"They said if I told anyone, they knew where I lived ... this and that ... knew where I work," Sandifer said.
Sandifer says he just wants justice for what happened to him and just wants to feel safe.
In April, Army CID investigators confirmed that four CID agents had been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation.
In an emailed statement Wednesday, a spokesman for the USA Criminal Investigation Command said a FBI- led, joint investigation between the Bureau, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office and the Army CID’s Standard of Conduct Office was complete and "will be turned over to the appropriate organizations for disposition."
The spokesman said "…all allegations of agent misconduct are treated with the utmost seriousness by the Army Criminal Investigation Command."