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Cablegate: Department Clearance for Indonesia Leahy Vetting Request -

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DE RUEHC #7280 3381542
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O R 031536Z DEC 08
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO RUEHJA/AMEMBASSY JAKARTA IMMEDIATE 1904
INFO RHHMUNA/HQ USPACOM HONOLULU HI
RUEKJCS/SECDEF WASHINGTON DC
RHMFISS/JOINT STAFF WASHINGTON DC

UNCLAS STATE 127280

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM MARR KCRM PINR PGOV PREL SNAR ID
SUBJECT: DEPARTMENT CLEARANCE FOR INDONESIA LEAHY VETTING REQUEST -
ODC-005-2009

REF: JAKARTA 2153

1. (SBU) The Department of State reviewed its files and finds that,
to date, it possesses no credible information of gross violations of
human rights for the individuals identified below. These individuals
are candidates to attend the Cobra Gold 09 Medical Civic Assistance
Program to proceed February 4-17, 2009. The approximate U.S. funding
for this training is $130,650.

2. (U) Candidates:

MAJOR SLAMET AGUS WALUYO JATI; ANESTHETIC SPECIALIST HEALTH
BATTALION, 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION INDONESIAN ARMY STRATEGIC RESERVE
COMMAND, BOGOR; DOB: 24 AUGUST 1968, POB: TEMANGGUNG, INDONESIA; MALE

FIRST LIEUTENANT AHMAD HENDRA YUNIARSA; CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER, 3RD
WING SPECIAL FORCES, BANDUNG; DOB: 14 JUNE 1978, POB: NGAWI,
INDONESIA; MALE

3. (U) To authorized parties: Embassy verifies that the Department of
State possesses no credible information of gross violations of human
rights by the individuals listed above, as of this date. Post may
cite this cable in response.

4. (U) If, in the future, post becomes aware of possible human rights
violations by the individuals listed above, post should inform the
Department and not proceed with training.

5. (U) POC for this action is Jameson DeBose:
-Email: DeBoseJL@state.gov
-Phone: 202-647-2989
RICE

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