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Cablegate: Visas Viper: January 2010 Monthly Report

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SUBJECT: Visas Viper: January 2010 Monthly Report

REF: REF A) 10 WINDHOEK 94; REF B) 10 WINDHOEK 9
REF C) 10 WINDHOEK 5

1. During this month, post's Visas Viper Committee met as
follows:

DATE: January 29, 2010

PRESENT: A/DCM, CONS, DAO, RSO

2. Post's Visas Viper Coordinator is Consular Officer Charles
Jarrett. The committee is chaired by DCM Matthew Harrington. As of
February 1, 2010, only one name was submitted for consideration to
the Visas Viper Committee in January 2010. Biographic details of
the subject are in the following paragraph. A cable concerning
this subject was sent on January 29, 2010 (Ref A). Additional
details in reftel (Ref B and C).

3. (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:

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 both DRC and Belgium)

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

4. Post had no other submission in January 2010.

5. A local check of Consolidated Consular Database with
available information indicates no visa records in subject's name
or alias. Recipients are requested to recheck CCD to verify.

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