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Pakistan: Names of 55 US suspects on the loose

Saturday, March 12, 2011  The International News

ISLAMABAD: After the Raymond Davis episode, Pakistani authorities have identified 55 American “officials”, who have entered Pakistan in some official capacity but have remained suspicious, in many cases even untraceable.

Sources here suspect that they are US spies who took advantage of the lenient visa policy introduced by the Government of Pakistan last year, which enabled them to get visas without any security clearance and later travelled to Pakistan.

Official sources said that the Interior Ministry, Foreign Office and even the ISI have no idea as to what the real purpose of the visits of these American “officials” was, many of whom are believed to be still here. Whom do they meet, where do they stay and what they do here are the unanswered questions raised by the Pakistani authorities after a detailed scrutiny.

According to the sources, during the period September 2010 to February 2011, a total of 1,171 visas were issued by the Pakistan Embassy to the US officials without any security clearance.

During this period, the personnel belonging to the much condemned DynCorp were also issued multiple entry visas despite the reservations of the intelligence and security agencies about the American company’s “mischievous” role like Blackwater. DynCorp workers were alleged to have been involved in spying and several of them were disengaged from places like the Sihala Police College, where they were apparently imparting training to police officials but were alleged to have been spying on the Kahuta nuclear facility.

After the Raymond Davis double murder case, which rang alarm bells everywhere in Pakistan, the legitimacy of all the 1,171 cases (who were issued visas by Pakistan’s Embassy in Washington without security check from September 2010 to February 2011) were reviewed by the security agencies with the assistance of the concerned ministries.

The following 55 cases are still suspect:

Glenn Michael Prince, 820227896, 90 days single entry, Official; Andrew Jairam, 820444026, 90 single entry, official; Maricio Jose Cienfuegos, 820161853, 90 single entry, official; Mohammad Usman Khan Sarosh Nabeel Hussain, 820633215, 820598350, 90 single entry, Assignment Official Business; Mark Russell Miller, 820625491, 90 single entry, assignment (Off); Maurice Reiff Landes III, 820238481, 90 single entry, assignment (Off); Datch K Mita, 820336226, one year multiple entry, official; David Burke Hegwook, 820513536, one year multiple entry, official; Jeffery Joseph Hamer, 820612259, one year multiple entry, official; Richard Todd Drennan, 910148558, one year multiple entry, official; Toddie Lenaren Gray, 472901357, one year multiple entry, official; Paul Nicholas Samartan, 4595345886, one year multiple entry, official; Orlando Gabriel Ramirez, 407025311 one year multiple entry, official; Freddie Houston Mitchell li, 465621858, one year multiple entry, official; Russell Dawayne Maddox, 461091766, one year multiple entry, official; Kutaiba Aldandach, 452161218, 06 months multiple entry, business (DynCorp/DA); Jon Mach Emmick, 135027568, 06 months multiple entry, official (USG); David Allen Harper, 441069356, 06 months multiple entry, official (USG); Michael Russel Nevitt, 820537359, one year multiple entry, official; Nazir Hussain Arshad, 820675132, 90 days single entry, official; Bryan Frederick Schilling, 820528704, one year multiple entry, official; Williams Lee Oenttinger, 820406289, 90 days double entry, official; Steven Anthony Lamar Williams, 820505235, 90 days double entry, official; Michael Lee Webber, 820514813, 90 days double entry, official; Ralph Lewis Lewis Show, 78046096, 90 days single entry, official; Anthony Alan Anderson, 820667708, one year multiple entry, assignment; Stephen Robert Hood, 820673610, one year multiple entry, assignment; Michal Willard Hughes, 820667704, one year multiple entry, assignment; Alexander Donald Maich, 820667709, one year multiple entry, assignment; James Clifford Roberts, 820683039, one year multiple entry, assignment; Edward William Smith, 820673609, one year multiple entry, assignment; Gilbert Ernest Zuniga, 820667710, one year multiple entry, assignment; Tommy Forrest James Sr, 820377306, one year multiple entry, assignment; Jamie Ross Williams, 820441559, one year multiple entry, assignment; Lucas Michael Krasowski, 900038074, one year multiple entry, assignment; William Patrick Burns, 910126866, one year multiple entry, assignment; Frank K Moris, 910046912, one year multiple entry, assignment; Joshua John Meyer, 910097094, one year multiple entry, assignment; Cole Wayne Smith, 910118187, one year multiple entry, assignment; Mathias Myron Cottried Boehm, 910125390, one year multiple entry, assignment; Jason Edward Bierly, 910118182, one year multiple entry, assignment; Brabford Chase Hopewell, 910144261, one year multiple entry, assignment; John C Haberl, 910153705, one year multiple entry, assignment; Craig Alvin Johnson, 301470647, one year multiple entry, official; Theodre Lee Schnack Jr, 820679986, one year multiple entry, assignment; Patrick Dominick Harris, 820667701, one year multiple entry, assignment; Michel Daniel Brady, 820709204, one year multiple entry, assignment; William Peter Couture, 820709203, one year multiple entry, assignment; Edward Shaun Guice, 820709202, one year multiple entry, assignment; Dennis Micheal Harrington, 820709201, one year multiple entry, assignment; Thomas Richard Hathaway Jr, 820709400, one year multiple entry, assignment; Keith Ewn Hattori, 820709399, one year multiple entry, assignment; Geroge Otis Williams, 820709398, one year multiple entry, assignment; Craig Alvin Johnson, 820709397, one year multiple entry, assignment.

The US Embassy spokesman, Alberto Rodriguez, when approached, said that the embassy does not keep the immigration record of the officials visiting Pakistan on official visas. Such a record should be maintained by the Government of Pakistan, which he said would be in a better position to say as to when any official had entered or left the country.

Alberto was though not provided the suspected cases of 55 American “officials”. He, however, said that if they were issued official or assignment visas, then they all would have been notified by the embassy besides having been allowed to travel to Pakistan as part of the process.

March 11, 2011 - Posted by | CIA, Civilian Contractors, DynCorp, Government Contractor, Legal Jurisdictions, Pakistan, Private Military Contractors, Private Security Contractor, State Department | , , , ,

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