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Cablegate: Human Rights Vetting for Infantry Captain

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TO AMEMBASSY DHAKA IMMEDIATE 6800

UNCLAS STATE 083780

SIPDIS

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KCRM MARR MASS PHUM PREL BG
SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR INFANTRY CAPTAIN
TRAINING COURSE

REF: DHAKA 889

1. The Department of State has reviewed its files and finds
that as of June 12, 2007, it possesses no credible information
of gross violations of human rights by the security officers
listed below:

Name: Mohammad Kamrul Hasan
Rank: Captain
Unit: School of Infantry and Tactics
Unit Location: Sylhet
Personal Number: BA-6098
Date of Birth: 1 Jan 81
Place of Birth: Netrokona

2. Post is permitted to provide the following statement to
authorized parties: Embassy verifies that the Department of
State possesses no credible information of gross violations
of human rights by the security officers identified in
paragraph 1 above, as of this date. Post may cite this cable
in response.

3. If in the future post becomes aware of possible human
rights violations by the individuals listed above, Post
should inform the Department and not proceed with training.

4. Point of contact at the Department is Michael Urena, SCA,
202-647-4254.
RICE

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