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Cablegate: Request State Review of Post-Vetted Ecuadorians

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL MASS EC
SUBJECT: REQUEST STATE REVIEW OF POST-VETTED ECUADORIANS

1. The Embassy has conducted record checks in accordance with
established internal standard operating procedures and possesses no
credible information of gross human rights violations committed by
this individual as of this date. The Embassy requests Departmental
review in accordance with Leahy vetting requirements of its vetting
results for these individuals, who will be going to Bolivia for
USG-funded Garras training.

ORTIZ ARCENTALES, GABRIELA ELIZABETH; DOB: 21-May-84; POB: QUITO

VACA SALAS, ERIKA ANDREA; DOB: 7-Jan-85; POB: QUITO

YANEZ VARGAS, GABRIELA ELIZABETH; DOB: 15-Oct-81; POB: QUITO

QUILLUPANGUI SANGUCHO, MARIA CAROLINA; DOB: 30-Oct-83; POB: QUITO

TACURI PARRENO, MIRIAM DEL ROCIO; DOB: 25-Oct-83; POB: QUITO

GUANOQUIZA FEIJOO, MARGARITA FERNANDA; DOB: 9-Jun-83; POB: EL ORO

OTANEZ ONA, CARINA FERNANDA; DOB: 11-Sep-87; POB: COTOPAXI

RENTERIA CABEZAS, MARIA; DOB: 25-Oct-82; POB: GUAYAS
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