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Cablegate: Request Leahy Vetting for Ilea Bangkok: Computer

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SUBJECT: REQUEST LEAHY VETTING FOR ILEA BANGKOK: COMPUTER
CRIMES INVESTIGATIONS COURSE

REF: STATE 129439

1. (SBU) Post requests the Department's assistance in vetting
the following candidates from the Ministry of Public
Security,s Cyber Security Department. They have been
nominated for training at ILEA Bangkok, pursuant to the Leahy
Amendment and Foreign Assistance Act. Post has no derogatory
information on these individuals.

2. (SBU) Names of proposed participants for the ILEA Bangkok
course entitled Computer Crimes Investigations, February 22 -
March 5, 2010, are as follows:

Name: YU Ming
Gender: Male
DOB: April 5, 1977
POB: Beijing, China
Unit: Cyber Security Department, MPS
Title: Deputy Division Chief
Telephone Number: N/A
Passport No: N/A

Name: WANG Yuemo
Gender: Male
DOB: March 24, 1978
POB: Shan Dong Yantai, China
Unit: Cyber Security Department, MPS
Title: Section Chief
Telephone Number: N/A
Passport No: N/A

Name: ZHAO Meng
Gender: Female
DOB: May 4, 1983
POB: Beijing, China
Unit: Cyber Security Department, MPS
Title: Security of PRC Officer
Telephone Number: N/A
Passport No: N/A


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