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Cablegate: Mx 2010-036, Rso Leahy Vetting Request (12 Individuals)

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SUBJECT: MX 2010-036, RSO LEAHY VETTING REQUEST (12 individuals)

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SUBJECT: MX 2010-036, RSO LEAHY VETTING REQUEST

1. Action request. Post requests a response within 10 business
days (February 8, 2010) per WHA/MEX guidelines for this Leahy
vetting request from RSO, on Antiterrorism Forum ATA 7151,
Washington D.C., beginning February 22, 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, National
Identification Number, POB, Position, Organization.

CARDENAS, PALOMINO, LUIS, 25-Apr-1969, M, 487948806795, OAXACA,
OAXACA, COMISARIO JEFE, SSP

CRUZ, FARIAS, HECTOR ISAAC, 28-Apr-1969, M, CRFRMC6904281680O1,
APATZINGAN, MICHOACAN, CAP.CORB.I.M., EMP

ESPINOZA, MENDOZA, RAUL, 11-Jan-1975, M, CURP NUMBER
EIMR751101HDFSNL08, MEXICO CITY, D.F., DIRECTOR EJECUTIVO DE
ANALISIS E INTELIGENCIA POLICIAL, SSPDF

GUTIERREZ, LEDESMA, MARTHA, 21-Apr-1960, F, CURP NUMBER
LEGM600421MDFDTR05, MEXICO CITY, D.F., COORDINADORA GENERAL, PGR

LOPEZ, ORTIZ, LILIANA, 1-May-1973, F, 4333012805280, MEXICO CITY,
D.F., Director of Cooperation against International Terrorism, SRE

MARTINEZ, RIVAS, SANDRA, 9-Nov-1972, F, MARS721109MMCRVN04, ESTADO
DE MEXICO, FISCAL, PGR

PALACIOS, RAZO, JOSE LUIS, 23-Mar-1961, M, PARL610323HDFLZS09,
MEXICO CITY, D.F., DIRECTOR GENERAL ADJUNTO DE NARCOTRAFICO, PGR

PALACIOS, (No Mother's Last Name), ARMANDO, 14-Jul-1969, M,
PAXA690714HVZLXR03, VERACRUZ, Executive Director of Analysis and
Police Intelligence, SSPDF

PEREZ, PRADO, MARIA ELENA, 10-Sep-1960, F, 4309002729115, MEXICO
DF, MEXICO DF, COORDNADORA DEL SISTEMA INTEGRAL DEL DESARROLLO
POLICIAL, SSP

REYNA, DELGADO, ROBERTO, 28-Oct-1974, M, REDR741028HDFYLB07, MEXICO
DF, MEXICO DF, COORDINADOR DE APOYO LOGISTICO Y SEGURIDAD FISICA,
SSP

TORRES, MARTINEZ, RUBEN, 2-Jul-1969, M, TRMRRB69070230H800,
VERACRUZ, VERACRUZ, TTE.COR.INF.DEM, EMP

VELASCO, BERNAL, ADOLFO HECTOR TONATIUH, 10-Apr-1961, M,
VLBRAD61041009H800, MEXICO CITY, D.F., CORART.DEM, EMP
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