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Cablegate: Visas Viper Submission

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

010832Z Jul 04

UNCLAS MADRID 002477

SIPDIS

VISAS VIPER

DEPT FOR CA/VO/L/C AND INR/IC/TIPOFF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CVIS KVPR PTER ASEC CMGT PINR PREL SP EL
FATMI, NOURIDDINE ET AL)
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER SUBMISSION

REF: MADRID 002443

1. THIS IS A REPEAT OF MADRID 002443. MADRID
INADVERTENTLY OMITTED CLASS RESULTS FOR SUSPECTS. POST
REGRETS INCONVENIENCE.

2. POST WISHES TO SUBMIT AND/OR UPDATE THE FOLLOWING
NAMES AND INFORMATION TO CLASS IN ACCORDANCE WITH VIPER
PROCEDURES:

3. ON JUNE 11, 2004, PORTUGUESE AUTHORITIES ARRESTED
THE FOLLOWING MOROCCAN NATIONALS IN PORTO, PORTUGAL, ON
SUSPICION OF PLANNING A TERRORIST ATTACK. THE GROUP OF
SUSPECTS HAD ARRIVED IN PORTUGAL ON JUNE 8 FROM THE
NETHERLANDS.

4. NAME: EL FATMI, NOURIDDIN

- AKA: ABU EL QUAE-QAE
- AKA: MUHAND IBN LARBI
- AKA: IBN IDRIS
- AKA: ABU TAHAR
- GENER: MALE
- DPOB: AUG. 15, 1982, MIDAR, MOROCCO
- MOROCCAN PASSPORT NUMBER: N829139
- CLASS: POSITIVE. NO DOB IN SYSTEM

5. NAME: EL MORABIT, MOHAMED

- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: JAN. 24, 1981, AL HOCEIMA, MOROCCO
- ALSO IN POSSESSION OF A DUTCH DRIVER'S LICENSE
(NFI)
- CLASS: NEGATIVE

6. NAME: EL GOMRI, ISMAIL

- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: JUL. 10, 1979, KSAR BULED AISSA, MOROCCO
- MOROCCAN PASSPORT NUMBER: N127519
- CLASS: NEGATIVE

7. NAME: EL MEHDI, HARHOUR

- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: AUG. 16, 1981, FNIDER, MOROCCO
- MOROCCAN PASSPORT NUMBER: L328659
- DUTCH RESIDENCE PERMIT NLD 48675182 ISSUED FEB.
11, 2004 AND VALID UNTIL NOV. 27, 2008.
- CLASS: NEGATIVE

ARGYROS

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