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Cablegate: Mx #2008-286, Odc Expedited Leahy Vetting Request

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FM AMEMBASSY MEXICO
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 3672

UNCLAS MEXICO 003139

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WHA/MEX FOR MARY STICKLES

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM SNAR MX
SUBJECT: MX #2008-286, ODC EXPEDITED LEAHY VETTING REQUEST

1. Action request. Post requests an expedited response to this
Leahy vetting request from ODC, on MTT DIILS Legal aspects, in
Mexico City, Mexico, on November 6, 2008. Post appreciates
receiving a response, if possible before November 6, 2008, but no
later than 10 business days per WHA/MEX guidelines.

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.

Pineda, Vazquez, Jorge, 11-May-57, Cordova, Veracruz, Cap. De Navio,
MX Navy
Munoz, Perales, Juan, 22-Sep-1950, San Luis Potosi, Cap. De Navio,
MX Navy
Guerrero, Aranda, Fernando Javier, 3-May-1956, Lago de Moreno,
Jalisco, Cap. De Navio, MX Navy

Rosales, Nogueira, Josue, 29-Jan-1957, Benito Juarez, Michoacan,
Cap. De Navio, MX Navy

Vazquez, Ramirez, Gerardo, 7-Dec-1951, Jalapa, Veracruz, Cap. De
Navio, MX Navy

Izaguirre, Guerrero, Juan, 7-Feb-1961, Mexico DF, Cap. De Fragata,
MX Navy

Torres, Claudio, Javier, 14-Feb-1966, San Luis Potosi, Cap. De
Fragata, MX Navy

Arreola, Gomez, Jose Heriban, 29-Nov-1959, Tonala, Chiapas, Cap. De
Fragata, MX Navy

Marino, Munoz, Benjamin Antonio, 17-Jan-1963, Monterey, Nuevo Leon,
Cap. De Fragata, MX Navy

Trujillo, Ruiz, Juan Ricardo, 9-Dec-1970, Mexico DF, Cap. De
Fragata, MX Navy

Medina, Quintero, Juan, 13-Nov-1956, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Cap. De
Fragata, MX Navy

Gonzalez, Woolrich, Cuauhtemoc, 3-Mar-1971, Mexico DF, Cap. De
Corbeta, MX Navy

Rodriguez, Kuri, David, 9-Apr-1969, Mexico DF, Cap. De Corbeta, MX
Navy

Quiroz, Richards, Juan Jorge, 8-Mar-1958, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Cap. De
Corbeta, MX Navy

Ocampo, Garcia, Fernando, 27-Nov-1965, Champoton, Campeche, Cap. De
Corbeta, MX Navy


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