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Cablegate: Human Rights Vetting for Us Sponsored Training

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SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR US SPONSORED TRAINING
FOR AL-ITBI

1. This is an action request.

2. Pursuant to the Leahy Act and Foreign Assistance Act, post
requests the Department's assistance in screening the following
candidate from the Iraqi Security Forces who has been nominated to
participate in site visits to police and emergency agencies in the
United States.

3. The name of the proposed candidate follows:

NAME: Alaa Abdulrazzaq Hussein AL-ITBI

POSITION: Media Director, Public Affairs, Ministry of Interior

DOB: 01 February 1964

TYPE OF TRAINING: Site visit to police and emergency agencies in
National Capital Region and Harrisburg, PA

TRAINING LOCATION: Washington DC, Harrisburg, PA

DATES OF TRAINING: 01-08 December 2009

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