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Cablegate: Human Rights Vetting Request - Trafficking in Persons

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R 221359Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY LA PAZ
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 0743
INFO RHMFISS/JOINT STAFF WASHINGTON DC
RUEHLP/AMEMBASSY LA PAZ
RUEKJCS/SECDEF WASHINGTON DC

UNCLAS LA PAZ 000348

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MARR MASS PGOV PHUM PINS SNAR SOCI BL
SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING REQUEST - Trafficking in Persons
training - Alternates - March 2010

1. (U) This is an action request for WHA/AND. See para 3.

2. (U) Embassy has reviewed its internal files and records in
accordance with standardized vetting procedures and finds no
applicable derogatory information on the following members of the
Bolivian security forces.

3. (U) Post requests Department assistance in vetting the following
members of the Bolivian security forces. The candidates have been
identified as alternates to attend training in Lima, Peru in March
2010.

Name: VARGAS QUISSE, Henry

I.D. number: 1822661

DOB: 13-May-1961

POB: Tarija, O'connor

Office: Bolivian Police

Current Position: Trafficking In Persons Program at FELCC in Santa
Cruz

Name: BORDA CACERES, Jose

Rank: Lieutentant Col

I.D. number: 3068327

DOB: 11-Jul-1963

POB: Oruro, Cercado

Office: Bolivian Police

Current Position: Trafficking In Persons Program at FELCC in
Cochabamba

Name: CACERES CARDENAS, Juan

Rank: Sgt. 2????

I.D. number: 3974459

DOB: 21-Aug-1973

POB: Potos????, Modesto Omiste

Office: Bolivian Police

Current Position: Trafficking In Persons Program at FELCC in
Villazon

Name: MIRANDA MAYTA, Vidal

Rank: Police Officer

I.D. number: 4206330

Fecha de Nacimiento: 15-02-1987

Lugar de Nacimiento: Villa Culpina - Murillo La Paz

Office: Bolivian Police - Trafficking In Persons Program at FELCC
in Cobija

Name: CONDORI FLORES, Juan

Rank: Sargeant 2????.

I.D. number: 3437554


Fecha de Nacimiento: 24-11-1963

Lugar de Nacimiento: La Paz - Murillo

Office: Bolivian Police - Trafficking In Persons Program at FELCC
in Yacuiba

Name: GUARACHI TANCARA, William Norman

Rank: Sargeant 1????.

I.D. number: 3356050

Fecha de Nacimiento: 28-08-1965

Lugar de Nacimiento: La Paz - Aroma

Office: Bolivian Police - Trafficking In Persons Program at FELCC
in Puerto Suarez

4. (U) Post appreciates Department's assistance. POC for this
notification is Embassy La Paz EcoPol Officer Charles Sellers
Phone: 011-591-2-216-8057, email: sellerscr@state.gov.
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