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Cablegate: Vetting of Southern Sudan Police Service (Ssps) Officers

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DEPT FOR AF/RSA JULIE CHALFIN AND S/USSES

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SUBJECT: VETTING OF SOUTHERN SUDAN POLICE SERVICE (SSPS) OFFICERS
PARTICIPATING IN USG TRAINING

1. (SBU) Post has vetted and recommends the following SSPS officers
participating in INL training to be conducted December 2009 in BOR,
Sudan, listed by Name/DOB/Birthplace/Rank:

Ajuong Garang Ajak 01-JAN-1969 Duk CPT
Buol Yuen Anyieth 01-JAN-1956 Bor 2LT
Michael Manyok Alier 01-JAN-1976 Bor SGM
Gabriel Kuol Gurech 01-JAN-1973 Lilir SGM
Mabil Chuor Chok 01-JAN-1980 Bor SGM
Abraham Akur Guech 01-JAN-1968 Bor SGM
Malith Mapiol Piel 01-JAN-1972 Bor SGM
Akec Mapiou Dau 01-JAN-1982 Duk SGT
Mayola Malueth Aret 01-JAN-1972 Bor SGT
Matthew Pach Chuei 01-JAN-1974 Bor SGM
Samuel Dhal Mac 01-JAN-1977 Bor CPL
James Tuor Kur 01-JAN-1967 Bor CPT
Gurang Deng Gurang 01-JAN-1976 Bor PVT

2. (SBU) None of the above-listed SSPS officers are affiliated with
the military police.

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