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Cablegate: Human Rights Vetting for Us Training Programs

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INR FOR PAT PERRIN AND JAMES MCELVEEN
WHA/BSC FOR CAROLINE CROFT
DRL/DP FOR CHARLES EVANS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM AR PINR MARR
SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR US TRAINING PROGRAMS

REF: 03 STATE 34981

Per REFTEL, Embassy requests that the Department perform the
required human rights vetting on the following Argentine citizens.
Local checks revealed no derogatory information. Please slug
Department's response for Chelsea Jensen and Ted Craig, Political
Section, and Edwin Hernandez and Susanna Galli, Milgp.

Course date: 31 Mar 2010

Course Name: Supply Basic Qualification

First Name: Jos????

Middle Name: Guillermo

Last Name: CARRIZO

Rank: Lieutenant

Unit: Logistics Directorate of the Ministry of Defense

Service: Argentine Navy

DNI Number: 25.365.660

DOB: 22 Feb 76

POB: Barrow in Furness, England *

* According to article 91 of the 20.957 Law for "National Foreign
Service", Jos???? Carrizo is native argentine.

Article 91 states that children from national Foreign Service
members or any other argentine civil service born in a foreign
country while parents are on official duty are argentine native.

He also has British citizenship with a valid passport until 2012.
MARTINEZ

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