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Cablegate: Visas Viper: Adisi, Muhammed Salim

VZCZCXYZ0000
OO RUEHWEB

DE RUEHWD #0094 0291228
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
O R 291227Z JAN 10
FM AMEMBASSY WINDHOEK
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 0155
INFO RHEFDIA/DIA WASHINGTON DC
RHEFHLC/HOMELAND SECURITY CENTER WASHINGTON DC
RHMFIUU/FBI WASHINGTON DC
RHMFIUU/US CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION WASHINGTON DC
RUEAIIA/CIA WASHINGTON DC
RUEHWD/AMEMBASSY WINDHOEK
RUEILB/NCTC WASHINGTON DC
RUETIAA/DIRNSA FT GEORGE G MEADE MD

UNCLAS WINDHOEK 000094

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS
INR/TIPOFF, CA/VO/L/C, TTIC

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CVIS KVPR CMGT PINR PTER ASEC WA
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER: ADISI, Muhammed Salim

REF: REF A) 10 WINDHOEK 5; REF B) 10 WINDHOEK 9

1. (U) Embassy Windhoek's Visas Viper Committee met on
January 29, 2010. The following were present at the meeting:
A/DCM, DAO, RSO and CONS. Post's Visas Viper Coordinator is
Consular Officer Charles Jarrett. The committee is usually chaired
by DCM Matthew Harrington; as he is currently not at post, the
meeting was chaired by A/DCM Lisa Heilbronn.

2. (SBU) The subject of this cable was a walk-in contact
initially interviewed by RSO. Additional information in reftel.
More detailed biographical information on the subject is included
below in paragraph five.

3. (SBU) Subject originally presented conflicting biographical
data. RSO subsequently obtained a copy of the subject's travel
document; subject did not present a national passport and appears
to be stateless. The travel document has hand-written information,
and appears possibly to have had information added or over-written.

4. (SBU) Subject reports activities and affiliations that may
indicate involvement with terrorists who seek to harm the interests
of the United States Government or United States Citizens.

5. Name: ADISI, Muhammed Salim (subject states "Mohammad" and
claims Travel Document is misspelled)

POB: Democratic Republic of Congo, or Lommel, BELGIUM (Subject
claims Belgium; Travel Document indicates DRC and Belgium)

DOB: 1977 (Subject claims March 12, 1977; travel document indicates
March 13, 1977)

Gender: Male

Languages Spoken: English (not first language); other unknown

Parents: Not provided

Siblings: Not provided

Marital Status: Married; no additional information

Children: ADISI, Asha Inutu (Female), PDOB: D.R.C., 2/14/1999;
ADISI, Laila Riya (Female), PDOB: Zambia, 8/16/2003; ADISI,
Hussein Khaleb (Male), 1/21/2005; ADISI, Fatiyah Raha (Female),
3/14/2008

Education: Unknown; claims training as a Pilot

Employment: None at this time

6. (U) A local check of Consolidated Consular Database with
available information indicates no visa records in subject's name.
Recipients are requested to recheck CCD to verify.
MATHIEU

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