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Cablegate: Mx #2008-211, Nas Leahy Vetting Request

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DE RUEHME #2349 2131722
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 311722Z JUL 08
FM AMEMBASSY MEXICO
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 2783

UNCLAS MEXICO 002349

SIPDIS

WHA/MEX FOR MARY STICKLES

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM SNAR MX
SUBJECT: MX #2008-211, NAS LEAHY VETTING REQUEST

1. Action request. Post requests a response within 10 business
days per WHA/MEX guidelines for this Leahy vetting request from NAS,
on Narcotics Course, August 15, 2008.

2. Post possesses no credible evidence of gross violations of human
rights by the individuals listed below and requests that the
department conduct Leahy vetting check.

3. Name (Father, Mother, First), DOB, POB, Position,
Organization.

RODRIGUEZ, SALMERON, EFIGENIO, 21-SEP-1973, GUERRERO, AGENTE, PGJE

MOTA, MARTINEZ, ELADIO, 29-FEB-1974, GUERRERO, AGENTE, PGJE

GARCIA, TAVIRA, ALBERTO, 08APR-1967, GUERRERO, AGENTE, PGJE

CASARREAL, MORALES, FRANCISCO, 31-JAN-1964, GUERRERO, AGENTE, PGJE

ARGUELLES, SANTOS, JORGE ENRIQUE, 26-SEP-1956, GUERRERO, AGENTE,
PGJE

SOLANO, CASTRO, JOSE LUIS, 18-FEB-1971, GUERRERO, AGENTE, PGJE

GALVEZ, GUTIERREZ, MARCO VINICIO, 14-NOV-1960, SONORA, JEFE REGIONAL
AFI, PGR

SAGAHON, DAVILA, MANUEL, 12-JAN-1979, VERACRUZ, AGENTE C AFI, PGR

RAMIREZ, GARCIA, MARIO EDUARDO, 28-SEP-1975, SAN LUIS POTOSI,
INVESTIGADOR C AFI, PGR

CHOLULA, ABARCA, LUIS ALBERTO, 07-SEP-1972, GUERRERO, AGENTE C AFI,
PGR

DE LA ROSA, LEONEL, 25-SEP-1974, DISTRITO FEDERAL, AGENTE C AFI,
PGR

VALENZUELA, PANDURO, MIGUEL ENRIQUE, 23-JAN-1969, SINALOA, AGENTE C
AFI, PGR

MANIAU, MENESES, MAURICIO, 11-SEP-1967, DISTRITO FEDERAL, 2: SUB
COMANDANTE DE AFI, PGR

JIMENEZ, GONZALEZ, NANCY, 21-FEB-1969, GARRAPATAS MUNICIPIO DE JUAN
R. ESCUDERO, AGENTE C AFI, PGR

TAMEZ, ANZALDUA, RICARDO, 19-JUL-1960, TAMAULIPAS, AGENTE A AFI,
PGR

CERON, LINARES, MIGUEL ANGEL, 02-MAR-1970, PUEBLA, AGENTE C AFI,
PGR

ZAVALA, SANCHEZ, GERARDO, 17-APR-1964, ESTADO DE MEXICO, AGENTE A
AFI, PGR

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