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TO SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 5354

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SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR STATE DEPARTMENT US SPONSORED
TRAINING - GROUP 2

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
candidates who have been nominated for Department of State Evidence
Training that will be conducted each Wednesday for one to two hours
per session. Training locations will be throughout various MCTF
off-sites stationed in Baghdad.

3. The names of the proposed candidates are as follows:

NAME: BASIM LA'EBI LAZIM LA FRIJI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR LIEUTENANT
DOB: 03 OCTOBER 1974

NAME: SIRWAN KAMAL AZIZ NOROLEE
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 19 JULY 1974

NAME: SARMAAD FAEEG TAWFEEG AL OBAIDI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR MAJOR
DOB: 17 MARCH 1974

NAME: AHMED ABAS KHALIF AL A'MERY AL ABAS
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 20 JUNE 1975


NAME: NABEEL JABER MARD AL-MAJSUSI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 26 MAY 1980

NAME: MUHAMMED SUHAEL ABDULRAZAW AL AUBAEDY
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 05 NOVEMBER 1971

NAME: KHALID ALI DANBUS AL SAAD
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 08 NOVEMBER 1981

NAME: HUSSAIN NAYM ALI AL MERSHEDAWI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR LIEUTENANT
DOB: 05 AUGUST 1979

NAME: AMMAR NAJAM ABDALLAH AL JANABY
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 18 FEBRUARY 1978

NAME: LOAY MAHDI ALI AL RUBAYA
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR MAJOR
DOB: 14 MAY 1969

NAME: HAIYDER WAHEEB FARMAN AL RAWI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR CAPTAIN
DOB: 13 JULY 1979

NAME: ANMAR JASEM HAMEED AL JIBOORI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR MAJOR
DOB: 01 JANUARY 1970

NAME: ADIL ABRAHAM HUSSEIN AL-KHAZRAJI
POSITION: INVESTIGATOR LIEUTENANT COLONEL
DOB: 01 OCTOBER 1974

NAME: EHSSAN FLAYEH DAWOOD AL ALI
POSITION: EVDIENCE RESPONSE TECHNICIAN
DOB: 12 OCTOBER 1984

NAME: ALI RAHEEM ABD AL JAMALY
POSITION: EVIDENCE RESPONSE TECHNICIAN
DOB: 12 OCTOBER 1984

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