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Cablegate: Mx 2009-510, Dea Leahy Vetting Request

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P 031327Z NOV 09
FM AMEMBASSY MEXICO
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 8854

UNCLAS MEXICO 003131

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WHA/MEX FOR MARY STICKLES

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM SNAR ASEC MX
SUBJECT: MX 2009-510, DEA LEAHY VETTING REQUEST

1. Action request. Post requests a response within 10 business
days (November 16, 2009) per WHA/MEX guidelines for this Leahy
vetting request from DEA on Drug and Criminal Investigation, in
Torreon, Coahuila, beginning November 23, 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 check.

3. Name (Father, Mother, First), DOB, Gender, National
Identification number, POB, Position, Organization.

CARRILLO, SANCHEZ, JOSE LUIS , 23-Dec-76, M, 044961311843, DURANGO ,
DURANGO, AGENTE SUBOFICIAL DE LA POLICIA OPERATIVA, SAN PEDRO COAH.,
PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA

CRUZ, CASILLAS, FERNANDO,14-Mar-69, M, 1537108812149, TORREON,
COAHUILA, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL
ESTADO DE COAHUILA

DELGADO, RICO, MARTIN, 7-Jun-66, M, 121018800943, CHALCHIHUITEZ,
ZACATECAS, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL
ESTADO DE COAHUILA

LARA, MORENO, CARLOS, 19-Jan-73, M, 138205839397, ACUNA, COAHUILA,
JEFE DE GRUPO DE LA POLICIA INVESTIGADORA SAN PEDRO COAH.,
PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA

MOLINA, TORRES, SERGIO ANDRES, 28-Jul-72, M, 140319380833, TORREON,
COAHUILA, AGENTE SUBOFICIAL DE LA POLICIA OPERATIVA, SAN PEDRO
COAH., PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA

MONTOYA, AVILA, JOSE ALFREDO, 15-Oct-83, M, 143490983, TORREON,
COAHUILA, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL
ESTADO DE COAHUILA

MORALES, SANCHEZ, DIEGO,25-May-88, M, 1330106086000, TORREON ,
COAHUILA, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL
ESTADO DE COAHUILA

MUNOZ, NAJERA, LUIS RAYMUNDO, 05-Jun-78, M, 1185058755744, TORREON
, COAHUILA, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA
DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA

PARRA, HERRERA, MOISES, 20-Nov-78, M, 194347587183, ZITACUARO,
MICHOACAN, AGENTE "C", PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA REPUBLICA
DELEGACION COAHUILA

RODRIGUEZ, GALAVIZ, RUBEN ASDRUBAL , 09-Jun-80, M, 1194102667673,
TORREON, COAHUILA, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE
JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA

SOSA, GUTIERREZ, VICTOR ALFONSO, 15-Mar-88, M, 0160106154373, FCO. I
MADERO, COAHUILA, POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE
JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA

TRIGO, RIOS, ALFREDO, 07-Jun-82, M, 0505061506945, GOMEZ PALACIO,
DURANGO., POLICIA MINISTERIAL, PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL
ESTADO DE COAHUILA


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