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Cablegate: Chile: Legatt Request for Human Rights Vetting For

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O 042046Z JUN 07
FM AMEMBASSY SANTIAGO
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 1591
INFO RUEHPE/AMEMBASSY LIMA IMMEDIATE 5105
RHMCSUU/FBI WASHINGTON DC IMMEDIATE

UNCLAS SANTIAGO 000901

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STATE FOR WHA/BSC AND INR

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL PHUM KJUS CI
SUBJECT: CHILE: LEGATT REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR
FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY RETRAINER SEMINAR

REF: CHA-CRETAROLO EMAIL 6/4/2007

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 two Chilean
candidates and one Peruvian candidate, who have been
nominated for training in the U.S., pursuant to the Leahy Act
and Foreign Assistance Act. Post apologizes for the
short-notice request, as training is scheduled to begin on
June 11. Please transmit the results of such, including
information not strictly covered by the Leahy Amendment, to
Embassy.

3. The proposed training is the FBI National Academy
Retrainer Seminar which will take place in the Federation of
Saint Kitts and Nevis, West Indies, from June 11 through June
15, 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. The first two candidates are Chilean
nationals; the other is Peruvian.

a. Domingo Horacio CARVAJAL Lopez, Major, Chief of the 25th
Precinct of Maipu, Chilean National Police, 10 September
1968, Ovalle Chile, 10.104.831-4

b. Carlos GONZALEZ Hoffens, Subprefect, Chief of Criminal
Investigative Division of Melipilla, Chilean Investigative
Police, 18 February 1956, Chile, 6.359.612-4

c. Max Orlando ANHUAMAN Centeno, Major, Chief of Analysis
and Operations for Counterterrorism Division, Peruvian
National Police, 29 October 1963, Trujillo Peru, 44430364.

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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