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SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR US SPONSORED TRAINING, USA

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 from the Iraqi Ministry of Interior (MOI), who have been
nominated to witness two IA systems and observe a functional and
efficient IA organization incorporating planning, investigations,
and inspection and auditing. Training will take place in Washington
D.C./Arlington, VA, USA, 20-27 March 2010.

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

NAME: Omar Ahmed Ismael
POSN: MAJ/Lead IA Investigator/MOI/Internal Affairs
DOB: 10 Oct 1976

NAME: Mustafa Sami Abdulhadi
POSN: MAJ/Lead IA Investigator/MOD/Internal Affairs
DOB: 30 June 1977

NAME: Ahmed Radhi Kadhim
POSN: 1LT, Investigator-Gen Asst/MOI/Internal Affairs
DOB: 13 January 1985

NAME: Ahmed Taha Hashim Albu-Ragheef
POSN: MGEN/Directorate General, MOI/Internal Affairs.
DOB: 28 Aug 1968


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