Cablegate: Mx 2009-401, Odc Leahy Vetting Request


DE RUEHME #2566 2401751
P 281751Z AUG 09




E.O. 12958: N/A

1. Action request. Post requests a response within 12 business
days September 16, 2009 per WHA/MEX guidelines for this Leahy
vetting request from ODC on MTT Intelligence Seminar, in Mexico City
(SEDENA Installations), beginning September 22, 2009.

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 checks.

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

Benitez, Silva, Santiago, 21-Oct-1971, M, B-7255989, Cuernavaca,
Morelos, Maj INF DEM, Mx Army

Cazares, Cruz, Jorge Luis, 21-Sep-1969, M, B-5010343, Hueyotlipan,
Tlaxcala, Maj ART DEM, Mx Army

De Lara, Ceballos, Jose de Jesus, 28-Nov-1971, M, B-7094268, Jerez,
Zacatecas, Maj CAB DEM, Mx Army

Enriquez, Vega, Antonio, 12-Nov-1975, M, B-8822865, Cafalhuac,
Mexico, Cap 1/o INF DEM, Mx Army

Garcia, Vazquez, Omar, 24-Apr-1959, M, 10561966, Cacalutla,
Guerrero, Cor INF DEM, Mx Army

Lorenzo, Bautista, Arody Salvador, 22-Mar-1970, M, B-7925675,
Oxkutzcab, Yucatan, Tte Cor INF DEM, Mx Army

Menchaca, Marin, Marco Antonio, 28-Aug-1970, M, B-2340819, Mexico,
D.F., Maj ART DEM, Mx Army

Mondragon, Rivero, Cirilo, 28-Mar-1968, M, B-3828813, Mexico, D.F.,
Cor INF DEM, Mx Army

Moran, Gutierrez, Jose de Jesus, 16-Jul-1965, M, B-2687250,
Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Tte Cor FAPA DEMA, Mx Army

Najera, Hernandez, Miguel Angel, 26-Apr-1965, M, B-1993977, Puebla,
Puebla, Tte Cor INF, Mx Army

Palacios, Ayala, Manuel, 20-Sep-1963, M, B-4055311, Veracruz,
Veracuz, Tte Cor FACV DEMA, Mx Army

Ramos, Arguello, Antonio Alejandro, 18-May-1973, M, B-7925802,
Tapachula, Chiapas, Tte Cor INF DEM, Mx Army

Rios, Galeana, Juan Carlos, 8-Jul-1970, M, B-6424401, Puebla,
Puebla, Maj ICE DEM, Mx Army

Rodriguez, Granada, Alberto Miguel, 21-Oct-1967, M, B-4995729,
Tlalnepantla, Mexico, Tte Cor CAB DEM, Mx Army

Rodriguez, Ocampo, Cesar Gustavo, 10-Oct-1969, M, B-5574521, Mexico,
D.F., Maj INF DEM, Mx Army

Rojas, Popoca, Cesareo Juventino, 23-Dec-1971, M, B-7094713,
Tepoztlan, Morelos, Maj INF DEM, Mx Army

Salcido, Guzman, Luis Enrique, 7-Mar-1972, M, B-561707, Mexico,
D.F., Maj INF DEM, Mx Army

Santos, Alvarez, Anastacio, 15-Apr-1967, M, B-3829717, Huaquechula,
Puebla, Tte Cor INF DEM, Mx Army

Velazquez, Castollo, Isaias, 6-Jul-1967, M, B-3828584, Cuautla,
Morelos, Maj CAB DEM, Mx Army


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