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Cablegate: Chile: Milgp Request for Human Rights Vetting for Nco

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DE RUEHSG #0801/01 2481626
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 041626Z SEP 08
FM AMEMBASSY SANTIAGO
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 3665
RHMFISS/HQ USSOUTHCOM MIAMI FL PRIORITY

UNCLAS SANTIAGO 000801

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SENSITIVE

STATE FOR WHA/BSC, DRL, INR, PPC, PM, DIPSEC
SOUTHCOM FOR EVANS, FINLAY

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MARR MASS PREL PHUM CI
SUBJECT: CHILE: MILGP REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR NCO
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE

Sensitive but unclassified. Please handle accordingly.

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

2. (SBU) 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 NCO School officers who
have been nominated to participate in 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 if possible by no later than September
9.

3. (SBU) The proposed training is the NCO Professional Development
Course, to be held at the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security
Cooperation (WHINSEC), in Ft. Benning, GA, between September 15 and
November 15, 2008. 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.

1. Claudio A. JARA Jara, Corporal Specialist,12/14/1980, Chillan,
14.037.027-7

2. Sebastian N. GALLARDO Barahona, Private First Class, 03/06/1987,
Santiago, 16.657.112-k

3. Juan M. RAMOS Basoalto, Private First Class, 05/19/1986, Linares,
16.274.865-3

4. Sebastian A. VALDES Silva, Private First Class, 03/01/1985,
Santiago, 16.120.504-4

5. Marcos A. VASQUEZ Diaz, Private First Class, 03/20/1986,
Quillota, 16.288.373-9

6. Victor F. MOLINA Molina, Private First Class, 11/03/1984, San
Miguel, 15.892.516-8

7. Juan C FUENTES Povea, Corporal Specialist, 01/15/1981, Los
Angeles, 14.067.434-6

8. Ariel E. MUQOZ Jorquera, Corporal Specialist, 12/03/1980, Rengo,
13.778.780-6

9. Omar V. CASTRO Hormazabal, Sergeant, 05/23/1974, Valparaiso,
12.621.864-8

10. Freddy A. MORENO Venegas, Corporal Specialist, 08/31/1982,
Santiago, 15.472.008-1

11. Richardo H. GUASTAVINO Opazo, Staff Sergeant, 02/10/1966,
Santiago, 9.964.610-1

12. Mauricio E. AGUILERA Pea, Corporal Specialist, 04/28/1975,
Valdivia, 12.748.048-k

13. Gonzalo R. SALAZAR Muoz, Corporal Specialist, 02/17/1983, Los
Angeles, 15.207.983-4

14. Leopoldo A. MARTINEZ Sierra, Corporal Specialist, 12/11/1981,
Santiago, 14.904.130-3

15. Claudio A. CANALES Novoa, Private First Class, 10/16/1983, Los
Angeles, 15.628.696-6

16. David S. ALBORNOZ Fuentealba, Corporal Specialist, 02/02/1981,
Santiago, 14.122.150-3

17. Cesar A. QUIROGA Chacana, Corporal Specialist, 11/01/1980, La
Calera, 13.753.853-9

18. Andres E. RUIZ Ruiz, Private First Class, 12/10/1984, Puerto
Montt, 15.904.080-1

19. Jaime A. VEGA Reyes, Private First Class, 01/17/1986, Cauquenes,
16.292.810-4

20. Arturo A. RIVEROS Ramirez, Private First Class, 07/05/1986,
Arica, 16.466.616-6

21. Jose M. HORMAZABAL Arellano, Sergeant, 10/11/1972, Cauquenes,
12.184.639-k

22. Cristian VILLALOBOS Herrera, Staff Sergeant, 01/19/1969,
Coronel, 10.842.193-2

23. Efrain A. MONTECINO Quijada, Staff Sergeant, 07/29/1970,

Chillan, 11.535.838-3

24. Victor A. AGUILERA Urrutia, Corporal Specialist, 05/15/1982,
Mulchen, 15.214.209-9

25. Jose A. HUEICHAQUEO Calfin, Private First Class, 04/25/1983,
Temuco, 15.238.820-9

4. (U) Post appreciates the Department's assistance with this
request. Embassy's ongoing investigation has not found credible
information that the candidates have been involved in gross human
rights violations.

SIMONS

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