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Cablegate: Mx 2010-029, Odc Leahy Vetting Request (18 Individuals)

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TAGS: PHUM SNAR ASEC MX
SUBJECT: MX 2010-029, ODC LEAHY VETTING REQUEST (18 individuals)

E.O. 12958: N/A

TAGS: PHUM SNAR ASEC MX

SUBJECT: MX 2010-029, ODC LEAHY VETTING REQUEST

1. Action request. Post requests a response within 12 business
days (February 9, 2010) per WHA/MEX guidelines for this Leahy
vetting request from ODC on SMEE Intelligence (10-04), in SEDENA,
Mexico City, beginning March 14, 2010.

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, Military
Identification Number, POB, Position, Organization.

Anorve, Lazo, Bernardo, 16-Jan-68, M, B-3829668, Acapulco,
Guerrero, Mayor INF DEM, SEDENA

Ayala, Lopez, Mario, 16-Aug-72, M, B-7925746, Merida, Yucatan,
Mayor INF DEM, SEDENA

Castro, Arias, Jose Guadalupe, 29-Jul-65, M, B-3475445, Puebla,
Puebla, Mayor INF, SEDENA

Cazares, Cruz, Alejandro, 22-Jun-71, M, B-5617699, Hueyotlipan,
Tlaxcala, Cap 1/o INF DEM, SEDENA

Cruz, Hernandez, Armando, 31-Jul-70, M, B-5617438, Morelia,
Michoacan, Teniente INF, SEDENA

Garcia, Suarez, Carlos, 15-Jun-73, M, B-9662056, Mexico, D.F., Cap
2/o INF, SEDENA

Hernandez, Rodriguez, Saul, 8-Jan-72, M, B-6906734, Tula de
Allende, Hidalgo, Teniente MG, SEDENA

Lara, Aguilar, Ricardo, 16-Dec-67, M, B-4995960, Mexico, D.F.,
Mayor INF, SEDENA

Mejia, Leal, Florencio, 1-Jan-75, M, B-8822580, Tlacotepec -
Cuayuca, Puebla, Teniente INF, SEDENA

Molina, Cano, Enrique Ventura, 9-Mar-70, M, B-6294610, Irapuato,
Guanajuato, Teniente INF, SEDENA

Navarro, Cruz, Victor, 17-May-81, M, C-5212917, Mexico, D.F., Cap
2/o INF, SEDENA

Pedroza, Contreras, Nicolas Mauricio, 6-Dec-72, M, B-7993443,
Mexico, D.F., Cap 1/o INF, SEDENA

Perez, Becerrril, Hector, 17-Jun-76, M, B-9961664, Mexico, D.F.,
Teniente CAB, SEDENA

Rodriguez, Hernandez, Jose, 3-Jan-68, M, B-5623156, Tecpan de
Galeana, Guerrero, Teniente INF, SEDENA

Rodriguez, Martinez, Miguel Angel, 14-Jul-68, M, B-3829156,
Tlalmanalco, Edo de Mexico, Cap 2/o INF, SEDENA

Sanchez, Castro, Jose Luis, 11-Mar-73, M, B-7925727, Tapachula,
Chiapas, Tte Cor INF DEM, SEDENA

Santana, Jaimes, Jose Alejandro, 21-May-76, M, C-744841, Mexico,
D.F., Teniente INF, SEDENA

Toledo, Rangel, Eleacin, 29-Aug-68, M, B-5191104, Tanquian
Escobedo, San Luis Potosi, Cap 2/o INF, SEDENA
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