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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting for Ata 7579 - Underwater Explosives

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FM AMEMBASSY PRETORIA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 9907

UNCLAS PRETORIA 002127

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM SNAR ASEC SA
SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING FOR ATA 7579 - UNDERWATER EXPLOSIVES
INCIDENT COUNTERMEASURE COURSE NOVEMBER 2-20, 2009.

1. This ATA 7579 completed on October 14. Post requests that
vetting be completed by October 30 to provide sufficient time for
processing. Post requests the department conduct Leahy
vetting for the following candidates:

1. Name: Daniel Jacbos Norte
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 02/14/1968
Place of birth: Mareesburg - SA
Passport number: 800094298

2. Name: Yugandren Sathia Pillay
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 06/09/1971
Place of birth: N/A
National identification number:7106095175087

3. Name: George Jurgens Archer
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 07/23/1952
Place of birth: Johannesburg
National identification number: 5207235023088

4. Name: Eben Lourens
Rank: Po|kQ5rK Name: Andre Wilhelm Van Staden
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 03/20/1961
Place of birth: Nigel
Passport number: 602150690

7. Name: Ernest Glover
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 04/14/1974
Place of birth: IXOPO
Passport number: 80094094

8. Name: Hein Niedinger
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 05/08/1971
Place of birth: Vanderbijlpark
Passport number: 800094052

9. Name: Michael Sadie
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 03/03/1973
Place of birth: Boksburg
National identification number: 7303035036087

10. Name: Eldrin Du Preeze
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 09/1IQ1Q?"0/1974
Place of birth: Pretoria
National identification number: 7407205029085

13. Name: Richard Traveller Drude
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 10/27/1973
Place of birth: Barkley West
Passport number: 700268892

14. Name: Nicolaas De Jager
Rank: Police Officer

Date of birth: 07/02/1964
Place of birth: Pretoria
National identification number: 6407025090003

15. Name: Heino Uhde
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 05/14/1979
Place of birth: Pretoria
National identification number: 7905145003086
Passport number: N/A

16. Name: Velenkosini Mbusiseni Yengwa
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 02/28/1984
Place of birth: N/A
National identification number: 8402285440087

17. Name: Nicolaas Jacobus Ackerman
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 05/20/1973
Place of birth: Smithfield
Passport number: A00401498
Naturalization number: N/A

18. Name: Hendrick Jocobus Britz
Rank: Police Officer
Date of birth: 07/17/1972
Place of birth: Johannesburg
National identification number: 7207175230802

3. Post possesses no credible evidence of gross violations of
human rights by the individuals listed above and requests
that department conduct Leahy vetting checks.

4. Post point of contact for this training is RSO OMS Lina
Mendez, unclassified email: mendezlina@state.gov

GIPS

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