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|04THEHAGUE1915||2004-07-30 06:06||2011-01-17 19:07||SECRET//NOFORN||Embassy The Hague|
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S E C R E T THE HAGUE 001915 SIPDIS NOFORN TERREP STATE FOR DS/DSS/ITA, DS/DSS/IP/EUR, DS/ICI/PII, DS/ICI/CI, DS/IP/FPO, EUR/UBI DESK BRUSSELS FOR LEGATT E.O. 12958: DECL: 07/28/2014 TAGS: ASEC NL PTER SUBJECT: SURVEILLANCE OF U.S... SOBEL ", 19260,7/30/2004 6:06,04THEHAGUE1915,"Embassy The Hague",SECRET//NOFORN,04THEHAGUE1903,"This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available. ","S E C R E T THE HAGUE 001915 SIPDIS NOFORN TERREP STATE FOR DS/DSS/ITA, DS/DSS/IP/EUR, DS/ICI/PII, DS/ICI/CI, DS/IP/FPO, EUR/UBI DESK BRUSSELS FOR LEGATT E.O. 12958: DECL: 07/28/2014 TAGS: ASEC NL PTER SUBJECT: SURVEILLANCE OF U.S. EMBASSY THE HAGUE 07/27/2004, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REF: THE HAGUE 01903 Classified By: RSO JOHN HUCKE ¶1. (S/NF) The date of this incident is now in question. ORCA reports that the liaison service reports the incident as having taken place on Monday July 26. A very senior member of The Hague Police told the RSO this afternoon that the incident occurred on Monday and the Israeli RSO maintains that the incident occurred on Monday vice Tuesday, per a member of his staff who cites the Royal Military Police Detail as their source. The RSO recontacted the National Coordinator for Security and Public Safety who originally provided the information to the embassy. In response to the RSO's query he replied he was informed at 2100 hours 07/27 and when he received the written report on the morning of 07/28 it had been written 07/27/2004 at 1300. RSO advised him that two elements of his government were reporting the incident on the 26th vice the 27th. The Coordinator advised he was out of the office and would recheck and advise RSO on Friday morning. ¶2. (C) (SENSITIVE SOURCE REQUIRING PROTECTION) On 07/28/2004 a member of the Dutch National Police (KLPD) faxed the Brussels LEGATT the names and bio data of the two individuals involved in this incident along with 3 Dutch Mobile Phone Numbers associated with the pair and requested FBI record checks. Brussels LEGATT shared this information with RSO The Hague. The LEGATT now believes this fax might be considered an unauthorized disclosure by Dutch Prosecutors if they did not specifically direct the Officer to make this query, hence the request the source be protected along with the method the information was transmitted. The fax stated that the subjects were arrested on Tuesday the 27th.,""when making a video of the Israeli embassy. Examination of the video tape showed there was also footage of the embassies of the United States and England"". LEGATT reported no record on subjects or phone numbers. RSO COMMENT - This is the first, and so far only, mention of the British embassy. The British embassy is not on the route provided by the source of the original report and while close to the US embassy would not be visible from any portion of the route reported so far. RSO does not believe these individuals were arrested in the normal U. S. sense of the word, they were detained in what might be called a field interview or traffic stop since a traffic violation was cited as justification for the stop. ¶3. (SBU) Subject One: XXXXXXXXXXXX, Somalia residing at Alberding Thijinstraat 16, Rotterdam, NL. ¶4. (SBU) Subject Two: XXXXXXXXXXXX, Saudi Citizen, DBOP Oct. 13, 1977 Saudi Arabia. 5, (S/NF) This information was provided ORCA for traces. ¶6. (SBU) AM CON GEN Amsterdam reports no record in Class. ¶7. (SBU) DHS Attach Rotterdam Container Security Initiative conducted TECS checks with negative results. ¶8. (SBU) In reftel RSO reported the deduction the that Subject One was a resident of Utrecht and the investigation was centered there. That deduction is now in question as the bio data indicates the subject is from Rotterdam. The Dutch National Terrorism Prosecutor is located in Rotterdam and will supervise the investigation where ever it is centered. SOBEL ", 19285,7/30/2004 12:31,04THEHAGUE1916,"Embassy The Hague",CONFIDENTIAL//NOFORN,04STATE157147,"This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.