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Cablegate: Chile: Milgp Request for Human Rights Vetting For

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DE RUEHSG #0272/01 0461903
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 151903Z FEB 07
FM AMEMBASSY SANTIAGO
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 1020
INFO RHMFISS/HQ USSOUTHCOM MIAMI FL PRIORITY

UNCLAS SANTIAGO 000272

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STATE FOR WHA/BSC, DRL, INR, PM

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MARR MASS PREL PHUM CI
SUBJECT: CHILE: MILGP REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR
CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL INCIDENT RESPONSE COURSE

1. This is an action request. See paragraphs 2 and 3.

2. Action request: Embassy requests the Department assist
in conducting a Leahy Amendment Human Rights review, as well
as a general name check, of the following Chilean candidates
who have been nominated for U.S.-funded training, pursuant to
the Leahy Act and Foreign Assistance Act. Please transmit
the results of such, including information not strictly
covered by the Leahy Amendment, to Embassy.

3. The proposed training is the Chemical Biological Incident
Response Course, which will take place at Fuerte Aguayo, Con
Con, Chile, March 17 - 25, 2007. The name and identifying
information of the proposed candidates appear in the
following format: Name, rank, unit, date of birth, place of
birth and national identification number.

a)Pablo Francisco von Undeger Thauby, Lieutenant, Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 17 September 1976, Rancagua, CHILE,
13.098.420-7

b)Marco Antonio Caceres Ortiz, 2nd Lieutenant, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 08 March 1984, Angol, CHILE,
18.868.032-7

c)Felipe Gonzalez Fuster, 2nd LT, Chilean Navy-MARINF (MARINE
CORPS), 07 May 1983, Valparaiso, CHILE, 15069836-7

d)Juan Francisco Lorens Medina, Sergeant, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 25 August 1972, Valparaiso, CHILE, 12230697-6

e)Eduardo Carlos Cortes Cuello, Sergeant, Chilean Navy-
MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 12 April 1974, Antofagasta, CHILE,
12614648-5

f)Daniel Alexis Retamal Zuniga, Sergeant, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 04 Junio 1965, Talcahuano, CHILE, 10563108-1

g)Gonzalo Cortes Siena, Sergeant, Chilean Navy-MARINF (MARINE
CORPS), 2 Julio 1979, Limache, CHILE, 9.371.935-2

h)Emilio Enrique Jil Diaz, Corporal, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 29 May 1980, Llay - Llay, CHILE, 13754231-5

i)Leonardo Javier Jara Cisterna, Corporal, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 05 June 1984, Tome, CHILE,
15848809-4

j)Mario Alejandro Aguilera Oyarce, Corporal, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 15 June 1077, Valparaiso, CHILE,
13226248-9

k)Oscar Daniel Hidalgo Tapia, Corporal, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 04 December 1970, Concepcion, CHILE,
12116515-5

l)Patricio Pereina Perrot, Lieutenant, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 13 September 1972, Concepcion, CHILE,
8524705-0

m)Miguel Alejandro Navarro Diaz, Corporal, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 11 June 1978, Santiago, CHILE,
12023734-1

n)Pablo Esteban Garro Espinosa, Sergeant, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 20 April 1979, Chanco, CHILE, 13614313-1

o)Mario Humberto Madrid Pimo, Corporal, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 14 August 1967, Santiago, CHILE, 11141782-2

p)Carlos del Carmen Mondaca Cabrera, Sergeant, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 31 January 1964, La Colera,
CHILE, 9324917-7

q)Juan Pablo Salazar Barrios, Corporal, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 29 October 1983, Valparaiso, CHILE, 15718001-0

r)Eduardo Eliecer Orellana Jara, Sergeant, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 09 August 1964, Santiago, CHILE,
9287550-4

s)Luis Hernan Garrido Albornoz, Sergeant, Chilean Navy-MARINF
(MARINE CORPS), 09 February 1972, Santiago, CHILE, 12248999-k

t)Alejandro Andres Soza Venegas, Sergeant, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 29 September 1977, Vina del Mar,
CHILE, 13194556-6.

u)Rodrigo Marcelo Ravello Sepulveda, Sergeant, Chilean

Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 12 Febuary 1974, Rancagua, CHILE,
12691218-8

v)Jose Antonio Jahnsen Montecinos, Staff Sergeant, Chilean
Navy-MARINF (MARINE CORPS), 26 August 1967, Reumen Valdivia,
CHILE, 10488733-3

w)Carlos CRAWFORD Saez, Major (O-4) Chilean Air Force,
Logistics Command, 17-Nov-1967, Santiago, CHILE, 10.272.495-k.

x)Mauricio BOBADILLA Chamorro, Captain, Chilean Air Force,
Logistics Command, 24-Feb-1973, Santiago, CHILE, 8.396.234-8.

y)Jose J. ROJAS Munoz, Private First Class (E-3), Chilean
Army, 8TH Artillery Regiment, 12-Dec-1985, Talcahuano,
CHILE,16.236.907-1.

z)Maximiliano H. CASTRO Bravo, Private First Class (E-3),
Chilean Army, Communications Command, 8-Jul-1983, Santiago,
CHILE, 15.538.107-8.

aa)Enrique E. TORREJON Menil, Private First Class (E-3),
Chilean Army, Artillery School, 13-May-1984, Santiago, CHILE,
15.788.303-8.

bb)Patricio A. FUENTES Reyes, Sergeant (E-5), Chilean Army,
Doctrine and Institutes Command 18-Mar-1974, Talca, CHILE,
12.588.294-3.

cc)Alberto A. FERNANDEZ Cea, Private First Class (E-3),
Chilean Army, Special Forces and Airborne School,
16-Jul-1982, Angol, CHILE, 15.225.271-14.


dd)Edgar Van Salas Uribe, Teniente, 17 June 1977, Carabineros
de Chile, GOPE, Coyhaioque, CHILE, 13325177-4

ee)Ricorolo Humberto Merino Sanchez, Corporal, Carabineros de
Chile, GOPE, 24 September 1971, Loutero, CHILE, 11906338-8

ff)Claudio Patricio Constenzo Caceres, Corporal, Carabineros
de Chile, GOPE, 31 December 1970, Coelemu, CHILE, 11772525-1

gg)Alexis E. Henriquez Capio, Corporal, Carabineros de Chile,
GOPE, 13 March 1974, Linares, CHILE, 14288661-8

hh)Jorge Antonio Gomez Maldonado, Corporal, Carabineros de
Chile, GOPE, 05 September 1971, Quillota, CHILE, 11.733.836-3

gg)Claudio Enrique Castro San Martin, Lance Corporal,
Carabineros de Chile, GOPE, 12 August 1980, Canete, CHILE,
13803444-5

4. Embassy's ongoing investigation has not found credible
information that the candidates have been involved in gross
human rights violations.
KELLY

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