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Cablegate: Visas Viper Monthly Report for July 2005

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

011517Z Jul 05

UNCLAS TUNIS 001442

SIPDIS

INR/TIPOFF
CA/VOL/L/C

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KVPR CVIS PTER ASEC PINR CMGT TS
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER MONTHLY REPORT FOR JULY 2005


1. Post's Visa Viper Committee met on Friday, July 1, 2005. The
Ambassador chaired the meeting, which was attended by Consular,
Pol/Econ, ODC, DAO, ORA, Public Affairs, Management, FSI Arabic
language field school, and MEPI representatives. We reviewed
the recently disseminated revised procedures for 2005, and
Ambassador encouraged all committee members to re-read the
incoming cable.

2. Names of individuals who had come to the attention of RSO
were submitted, in addition to one pulled from open source
reporting by the PAO. (Mr. Laajili was sentenced by a Tunisian
court for attempting a suicide mission in Iraq). Committee
members were unanimous that this individual merits inclusion in
the lookout system.

--Talmudi, Ben Mohamed
DPOB: not available.

--Laajili, Abdelkarim
POB: Tunisia, DOB: 1977

--El Barouni, Rida
POB: Tunisia.

Hudson

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