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Cablegate: Mx 2009-462, Nas Leahy Vetting Request

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TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 8481

UNCLAS MEXICO 002880

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WHA/MEX FOR MARY STICKLES

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TAGS: PHUM SNAR ASEC MX
SUBJECT: MX 2009-462, NAS LEAHY VETTING REQUEST

1. Action request. Post requests a response within 10 business days
October 20, 2009 per WHA/MEX guidelines for this Leahy vetting
request from NAS on Document Fraud Course, in Tepic, Nay., beginning
October 26, 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, Gender, National
Identification Number, POB, Position, Organization.

CASTRO, COSS, RUBEN, 01-DEC-1967, M, 007250840672, MEXICO, DISTRITO
FEDERAL., AGENTE "B", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA RFEPUBLICA

MOLINA, GONZALEZ, ROLANDO ENRIQUE, 15-JUL-1974, M, 0060109077520,
MEXICO, DISTRITO FEDERAL, AGENTE"C", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA
RFEPUBLICA

MORENO, DAVILA, ROBERTO, 08-SEP-1972, M, 109821450628, OAXACA,
OAXACA, AGENTE "C", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA RFEPUBLICA

MOTA, FRANCO, JOSE ADRIAN, 07-AUG-1982, M, 1776084716090, MEXICO,
DISTRITO FEDERAL, AGENTE "C", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA RFEPUBLICA

PEREZ, GUTIERREZ, ROGELIO, 19-APR-1973, M, 1613002598450, MEXICO,
DISTRITO FEDERAL, AGENTE "C", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA RFEPUBLICA

RODRIGUEZ, ARRIAGA, RAFAEL, 30-SEP-1962, M, 241110179363, MARAVATIO,
MICHOACAN, SUBCOMANDANTE, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA RFEPUBLICA

RODRIGUEZ, HERNANDEZ, JOSE ALEJANDRO, 26-FEB-1970, M, 143704733898,
MEXICO, DISTRITO FEDERAL, AGENTE "B", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA
RFEPUBLICA


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