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Cablegate: Request for Human Rights Vetting for U.S.-Sponsored

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DE RUEHKI #0182/01 0421455
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O R 111453Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY KINSHASA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 0159
INFO RUEHKI/AMEMBASSY KINSHASA

UNCLAS KINSHASA 000182

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS
DEPARTMENT FOR AF/RSA RYAN LONDON

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC MARR MASS PREL PHUM CG
SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR U.S.-SPONSORED
TRAINING: FEBRUARY 26 DIILS TO BE HELD IN BUKAVU, DRC

1. (U) Post requests Department's assistance in vetting, pursuant
to the Leahy Act and Foreign Assistance Act, the following
candidates selected to participate in the February 26, 2010 DIILS
Training Course held in Bukavu, DRC.

2. (U) Post has no derogatory information on the following
candidates. Names of proposed candidates are as follows:

Lelo Lelymba

Lt. Col.

07/15/1953

Musangilay Meso

Lt. Col.

03/19/1952

Wambulisha Lungele

Lt.

04/14/1971

Nkoy Omar Mutunda

Maj.

03/18/1954

Andr???? Mwanza Ubutuka

Maj.

12/12/1960

Safari Unoyi

Capt.

01/01/1959

Leon Imbi Yambasa

Capt.

07/15/1960

Amuri Ngongo

Capt.

12/25/1965

Jules Beker Shenyo

Maj.

02/20/1972

Mpiana Mavava

Capt.


10/1/1974

Doris Nganue Sagene

Lt.

06/24/1963

Kanda Mizele Kondo

Maj.

07/29/1954

Kyembwa Wakagela

Lt. Col.

1958

Honor???? Mbou Yamba

Maj.

08/27/1972

David J. Mwimba

Maj.

05/24/1965

Kayumba Mwepu

Maj.

02/02/1970

Tuna Mbambo

Capt.

09/25/1966

Kalenga Mutombo

Maj.

1959

Ampanama Abodosi

Slt.

07/07/1964

Honor???? Katembo

Capt.

11/11/1975

Fontaine Beya Sabata

Capt.


1970

Jeremie Mpumpu

Capt.

1956

Tshibengabo Masangu

Lt.

06/20/1954

Tshanga Pepe

Slt.

03/12/1963

3. (SBU) The following persons are excluded from training due to
possible human rights abuses:

Baleke Deo

Maj.

10/06/1961

John Chinya Buuma

Maj.

03/15/1974

Pierre Shombo Bagula

Capt.

07/10/1957

Bruce Amba Kamanga

Maj.

09/11/1967

Joseph Mateso Nsasu

Slt.

10/12/1957

Zagalo

Capt.
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