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Cablegate: Timor-Leste Leahy Vetting Request for Participants in Ilea

VZCZCXRO8200
RR RUEHDT
DE RUEHDT #0280 2860739
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 130739Z OCT 09
FM AMEMBASSY DILI
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 4575
INFO RUEHBK/AMEMBASSY BANGKOK 1202
RUEHDT/AMEMBASSY DILI 4122

UNCLAS DILI 000280

SIPDIS

STATE FOR DRL, EAP/MTS, EAP/RSP AND INL:CDALTON
BANGKOK PLEASE PASS TO ILEA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM MARR MOPS PINR TT
SUBJECT: TIMOR-LESTE LEAHY VETTING REQUEST FOR PARTICIPANTS IN ILEA
TRAINING

1. (U) Post requests Departments' assistance in vetting the
following candidates who have been nominated for training at the
International Law Enforcement Academy's (ILEA) in Bangkok,
Thailand, pursuant to the Leahy Amendment and Foreign Assistance
Act. Post has no derogatory information.

2. (U) Names of proposed candidates are as follows:

Arson Investigation training on November 02 to 13, 2009

Name: Gaspar Ximenes

PDOB: Baucau, 08/07/1979

Assignment: Investigator staff member of the Criminal
Investigation Dili District

Name: Jose Manuel de Jesus

PDOB: Dili, 08/04/1980

Assignment: Investigator staff member of the National Criminal
Investigation Unit

Trafficking in Persons training on November 09 to 20, 2009

Name: Daria da Costa Ximenes

PDOB: Baucau, 25/10/1971

Assignment: Investigator staff member of National Criminal
investigation Unit

Name: Joao dos Reis Sarmento

PDOB: Venilale, 26/03/1976

Assignment: Investigator staff member of Migration Unit

3. (U) POC for this cable is RSO Jan Hiemstra.

KLEMM

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