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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting Response: Managua 214

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TO RUEHMU/AMEMBASSY MANAGUA PRIORITY 0657
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SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING RESPONSE: MANAGUA 214

REF: MANAGUA 214

1. (SBU) As of February 22, 2010, the Department of State possesses no credible evidence of gross violations of human rights by the individual listed.

Unit: Nicaraguan Police

Rivas, Jose Salvador; Sub-Comm; 05-19-1954
Guerrero Alarcon, Cinthia; Insp; 12-04-1982
Sandoval Carrillo, Sergio; Eng-Insp; 03-31-1985
Martinez Fuentes, Pedro Pablo; Sub-Insp; 07-15-1967
Sanchez Sandino, Carlos Miguel; Sub-Insp; 06-16-1971
Mendoza Lezama, Miguel Angel; Sub-Off; 08-02-1981
Garcia Castillo, Juan Jose; Capt; 05-13-1966
Delgado Espino, Denis Fernando; Lt; 03-29-1966
Martinez Sequeira, Paulo Francisco; 04-02-1980
Fajardo Ramirez, Roger Gonzalo; Insp; 11-08-1979
Garcia Baquedano, David Adan; Sub-Insp; 06-06-1977
Valverde Rueda, Dimagio Antonio; Sub-Off; 12-14-1978

2. (SBU) Post is therefore authorized to provide the following statement to unified command: "Embassy verifies that, as of February 22, 2010, the Department of State possesses no credible information of gross violations of human rights by the individuals or units listed. If at any time Embassy becomes aware of any information regarding incidents that could be deemed to be credible information of gross violation of human rights by any personnel involved in this training, Embassy should so inform the Department.

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