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Cablegate: Jordan Leahy Vetting Response for Ata Course 7288

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UNCLAS STATE 017842

SENSITIVE
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AMMAN FOR POST LEAHY VETTING OFFICER M. CRIFO

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM ASEC JO
SUBJECT: JORDAN LEAHY VETTING RESPONSE FOR ATA COURSE 7288
- 03 MARCH 2010

REF: AMMAN 12

1. (SBU) In response to reftel Leahy vetting request, the
Department has reviewed its files and finds it possesses
no credible information of gross violations of human
rights at this time by the Jordanian officials listed
below. Please note that if at any time the Embassy
becomes aware of information regarding incidents which
could be deemed to be credible information of a gross
violation of human rights by these individuals, the
Embassy should so inform the Department.

2. (SBU) The following Jordanian officials have been
selected to participate in, or are considered alternates
for, U.S. sponsored ATA Course 7288, Investigating Terrorist
Incidents, scheduled to begin 03-Mar-2010 in Amman, Jordan.
The names of the candidates follow in "rank, name, city of
birth (in Jordan unless otherwise noted), birth date" format:

1, MAJ, Nawaf Mutred Falah Al Mairan, Al Mafraq, 01-APR-1964
2, MAJ, Marwan Hamad Ali Al Qatarna, Amman, 01-JAN-1977
3, CAPT, Momtaz Abdalrazzaq Al Hneety, Amman, 05-JUN-1964
4, MAJ, Ibrahim Khaleffa Saleem Al Abbadi, Amman, 06-SEP-1965
5, LTC, Ayman Turky Mustafa Al Awaysheh, Amman, 25-FEB-1986
6, MAJ, Mohammad Abdalmohdy Ahmad Hazaymeh, Irbid, 09-SEP-1977
7, CAPT, Mohamed Abdelrhman Feras Al Sayaydeh, Karak,
02-FEB-1970
8, LTC, Majed Kamal Abdallah Qtaishat, Salt, 01-SEP-1970
9, LTC, Mohammed Melhem Fadiel Al Tall, Zarqa, 23-NOV-1962
10, LTC, Mwafaq Isaaf Abdalah Al Nsour, Salt, 19-SEP-1972
11, MAJ, Hussein Ahmad Salem Al Khlaifat, Amman, 18-SEP-1974
12, MAJ, Saher Ibrahem Yousef Al Ababneh, Irbid, 07-JUL-1977
13, CAPT, Bassam Mbrek Faleh Al Nawaiseh, Karak, 10-APR-1969
14, MAJ, Muad Hasan Abdellgader Al Zawaghah, Amman,
14-FEB-1975
15, CAPT, Khaldoun Ahmad Deeb Al Wikhian, Amman, 16-MAY-1970
16, MAJ, Adnan Mousa Ali Al Khaldi, Mafraq, 11-SEP-1966
17, LTC, Hassan Mohammad Mostafa Al Momani, Zarqa, 22-OCT-1970
18, LTC, Khaled Eteiwy Khalil Hawasheh, Madaba, 05-OCT-1970
19, LTC, Nabih Tawfiq Mostafa Abu Jaleel, Zarqa, 30-SEP-1966
20, CAPT, Ameen Mohammad Mahmoud Al Madi, Amman, 01-JUL-1977
21, CAPT, Ayman Subhi Younes Bazadogh, Amman, 10-MAY-1978
22, CAPT, Feras Khalaf Jazy Al Barry, Mafraq, 15-AUG-1981
23, LTC, Sami Warrad Khatar Al Shmout, Amman, 05-OCT-1968
24, MAJ, Naji Mohammad Al Wreikat, Amman, 14-MAY-1976
25, MAJ, Sameh Saffah Ali Al Hudban, Amman, 12-JUL-1975
26, CAPT, Adeal Salem Megbel Al Harahsheh, Mafraq, 15-NOV-1969
27, CAPT, Khaled Mohammed Ahmad Douglas, Irbid, 03-DEC-1967
28, CAPT, Adbullah Mfathi Sbah Al Sarhan, Mafraq, 01-OCT-1980

3. (SBU) 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 individuals
identified in paragraph 2 above, as of this date. Post
may cite this cable in response.
CLINTON

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