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Cablegate: Thailand Embassy/State Department Human Rights

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O 160813Z AUG 07
FM AMEMBASSY BANGKOK
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 8957
RUEKJCS/SECDEF WASHINGTON DC IMMEDIATE
RUEKJCS/CJCS WASHDC IMMEDIATE
RUWGTCH/JIATF WEST IMMEDIATE
RHHMUNA/HQ USPACOM HONOLULU HI//JC/J3/J4/J5// IMMEDIATE
RHHMUNS/COMSOCPAC HONOLULU HI//SOJ3// IMMEDIATE

UNCLAS BANGKOK 004440

SIPDIS

SIPDIS

STATE FOR EAP/MLS, L/EAP, L/PM, PM/ISO, INR AND DRL
PACOM FOR FPA HUSO, JIATF/WEST FOR COMMANDER BUSCH

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MASS MARR MOPS PREL PHUM TH
SUBJECT: THAILAND EMBASSY/STATE DEPARTMENT HUMAN RIGHTS
VETTING FOR: JUSMAG/JIATF WEST - WASHINGTON STATE NATIONAL GUARD
CHECKPOINT TRAINING, SEPT 3-14, 2007, NAKHON SAWAN

REF: A. JUSMAG/THAI MEMOS DATED 15 AUG 2007

B. 05 STATE 021314 - GUIDANCE
C. 03 STATE 34981 - GUIDANCE

1. (U) This is an action request for human rights
verification required by the Leahy Amendment; see Para. 2.

2. (U) JUSMAG THAI/JIATF WEST has requested that the Embassy/State
Department complete human rights vetting request for Individual/s
listed below, who have been selected to attend the above-mentioned
course. Embassy Bangkok possesses no credible information at this
time of gross violations of human rights by these persons. Embassy
Bangkok Political Officer, Guy Margalith, is the verifying
officer for the Embassy/Department of State.

Place of Birth was NOT provided for these individuals.

NARCOTICS DIVISION 1
1. POLSRSGTMAJ. Chanchai SAENGPUEMPHIROM DOB: 05 OCT 1956
2. POLSGTMAJ. Sunthon SATCHAWATTHANA DOB: 31 MAR 1971
3. POLSGTMAJ. Phichai BUNROEM DOB: 01 APR 1973
4. POLSGT. Yannawut CHINTHUMPHONG DOB: 24 MAR 1974
5. POLSGT. Saksit PHAPHAKDI DOB: 06 DEC 1974
6. POLSRSGTMAJ. Hongthong LITLUEKRAT DOB: 21 OCT 1960
7. POLSGTMAJ. Montri KURKRING DOB: 15 JUL 1972
8. POLSGTMAJ. Preecha PRAJAN DOB: 07 MAR 1968
9. POLSGT. Kangwanpai PANTONG DOB: 15 AUG 1972
10. POLCPL. Nipon KONYAI DOB: 12 FEB 1973

NARCOTICS DIVISION 2 - SALOKBAHT
1. POLLTCOL Kampanat SAMPREJ DOB: 18 JUN 1956
2. POLLT Adilok WIJARAJAK DOB: 05 MAY 1966
3. POLSRSGTMAJ. Cherd WONGMUEN DOB: 18 JUL 1953
4. POLSRSGTMAJ. Aukkhradej POOMEPRMAN DOB: 24 FEB 1963
5. POLSRSGTMAJ. Sayan SURIRAK DOB: 02 AUG 1965
6. POLSRSGTMAJ. Keadtavee SUYANNASUDSIRI DOB: 25 FEB 1976
7. POLSGT. Theera PRATEEP NA THALANA DOB: 12 MAR 1975
8. POLSGT. Rung KAMPLANG DOB: 06 AUG 1969
9. POLSGT. Jakaphong MANEERATROONGROJ DOB: 28 DEC 1975
10. POLSGT. Prawet KEPNAK DOB: 13 JAN 1976

NARCOTICS DIVISION 3 - PHAYUHA KIRI CHECKPOINT
1. POLSRSGTMAJ. Sakdidej SAKDIDACHANOOSORN DOB: 17 JUL 1957
2. POLSRSGTMAJ. Anukul CHIANSAMRUN DOB: 07 JUN 1970
3. POLSGTMAJ. Kittipong NORSURIWONG DOB: 05 APR 1966
4. POLSGTMAJ. Teerawut KWHANMUANG DOB: 11 DEC 1969
5. POLSGT. Suriya DOWREANG DOB: 05 NOV 1971
6. POLSGT. Atit SORNRAM DOB: 28 JUL 1972
7. POLSGT. Pirom THONGEAD DOB: 26 DEC 1976
8. POLSGT. Nirut KOMJEAG DOB: 14 OCT 1977
9. POLSGT. Anan SREKOMHOM DOB: 22 FEB 1979
10. POLSGT. Phat PINPHUN DOB: 10 JUN 1982

NARCOTICS DIVISION 3
1. POLLT Samorn BOONSAWAI DOB: 08 AUG 1982
2. POLSRSGTMAJ. Kannapak KLAIMEE DOB: 29 JUL 1966
3. POLSRSGT. Somchai HONGTONG DOB: 16 MAY 1971
4. POLSRSGT. Sontaya CHAMNANKIT DOB: 23 MAR 1974
5. POLSGT. Teerapong TOWANGJORN DOB: 04 MAR 1979
6. POLSGT. Manas CHAIYASARN DOB: 31 DEC 1976
7. POLSGT. Chaiwat TAPROMMIN DOB: 06 AUG 1978
8. POLSGT. Sanit SAMSUWAN DOB: 18 DEC 1976
9. POLSGT. Suthon HMEEDAM DOB: 09 AUG 1975
10. POLSGT. Alongkorn VIRIRAUCH DOB: 01 MAR 1979

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