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Cablegate: Thailand Embassy/State Department Human Rights

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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 - MULTILATERAL INTERAGENCY COOPERATION SEMINAR,
SEPT 17-20, 2007

REF: A. JUSMAG/THAI MEMOS DATED 28 AUGUST 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 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.

Royal Thai Police

1. Pol. Maj. Gen. Krissak WICHARAYA, Commander, International Law
Enforcement Academy, Bangkok DPOB: 19 Oct 1958, Bangkok; TH.

2. Pol. Col. Thikhamporn KAEWKAO, Deputy Commander, International
Airport Immigration Division, Immigration Bureau, 29 Aug 1957;
Bangkok, TH

3. Pol. Col. Suvit CHERNSIRI, Superintendent, Investigation Center
(Forward Post), Provincial Police Region 9, DPOB: 15 Nov 1952;
Songkhla Province, TH

4. Pol. Col. Bundit TUNGASRENI, Superintendent, Investigations
Division, Immigration Bureau, DPOB: 2 Aug 1965; Nakornnayok
Province, TH

5. Pol. Lt.Col. Komol KLINPRACHUM, Inspector, Sub-Division 4,
Special Branch Division 2, Special Branch Bureau, DPOB: 31 Jan 1969;
Nakornphathom Province, TH

6. Pol. Lt. Col. Thammanoon KITILUL, Inspector, Sub-Division 4,
Special Branch Division 2, Special Branch Bureau, DPOB: 9 Feb 1969;
Kanchanaburi Province, TH

7. Pol. Lt. Col. Pitssanu UNAHASEREE, Deputy Superintendent,
Sub-Division 1, Crime Suppression Division, Central Investigation
Bureau, DPOB: 22 Feb 1969; Nakornratchasrima Province, TH

8. Pol. Lt. Col. Arinthon DECHATHONAMORN, Deputy Superintendent,
Sub-Division 3, Airborne Division, Border Patrol Police Bureau,
DPOB: 8 Feb 1965; Bangkok, TH

9. Pol. Lt. Col. Kamthorn AUICHAROEN, Ordnance Division, Patrol and
Special Operations Division, DPOB: 25 Aug 1967; Bangkok, TH

10. Pol. Lt. Col. Chitphol KANCHANAKIT, Interpol Sub-Division,
Foreign Affairs Division, DPOB: 17 Oct 1971; Bangkok, TH

Royal Thai Air Force

1. Group Captain Nitaya IMANOTI, Advisory Office, RTAF HQ, Don
Muang, DPOB: 25 Nov 1950; Sakolnakorn Province, TH

2. Wing Commander Tien TEPANON, Air Special Operation Command, DPOB:
28 Jan 1969; Bangkok, TH


Ministry of Justice

1. Pol. Lt. Col. Wiwan SUWANSAMRITH, Ministry of Justice: CIFS,
DPOB: 16 Feb 1957; Saraburi Province, TH

Royal Thai Army

1. Col. Parinya CHAIDILOK, Peace Operation Center, DPOB: 23 Jul
1961; Kalasin Province, TH

2. Col. Kreangkrai KANGRANG, 1st CORP, DPOB: 4 Aug 1963; Udonthani
Province, TH

3. Lt. Col. Thammanoon MAISONTI, 1st CORP, DPOB: 10 Dec 1968;
Lopburi Province, TH

4. Lt. Col. Chalermpong KHONGBUA, Army Region-4 Command, DPOB: 27
Oct 1968; Pattani Province, TH


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