John Feeley, PDAS Bur of Western Hemisphere Affairs, Dept of State Unclassified Stipulation (Charged Cables and Links) | US v Pfc. Manning

John Feeley is the Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs at the Department of State. On June 27, 2013 the following unclassified and redacted stipulation of testimony was read into the court record.

The unclassified redacted stipulation was read into the court record and listed the following charged cables:

  1. 07BOGOTA101 SCENESETTER FOR VISIT OF GENERAL PACE, CJCS
  2. 07BOGOTA5118 ON-AGAIN, OFF-AGAIN PEACE TALKS WITH ELN SET TO RESUME JULY 14
  3. 07BRIDGETOWN23 GRENADA TRYING TO READ ST. LUCIA TEA LEAVES
  4. 07BUENOSAIRES1341 DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER LOOKING FOR BILATERAL RE-ENGAGEMENT
  5. 07CARACAS2346 PDVSA CASH FLOW PROBLEMS
  6. 07CARACAS35 CHAVEZ PRESSING AHEAD WITH A SINGLE “REVOLUTIONARY" PARTY
  7. 07KINGSTON25 JAMAICA: MALARIA UPDATE
  8. 07LAPAZ1949 OPPOSITION POLITICIAN PHYSICALLY ATTACKS INDIGENOUS LEADER
  9. 07LIMA2400 PERU FACES A “TORNADO OF PROTESTS"
  10. 07PANAMA1197 PANAMA POST: EDITION V
  11. 07PANAMA1198 PANAMA: UIGHUR DEMARCHE DELIVERED TO 1ST VP AND FM
  12. 07SANSALVADOR1375 EL SALVADOR: CONCURRENCE WITH 1206 FUNDING PROPOSALS
  13. 07SANTODOMINGO28 DOMINICANS FIGHT CORRUPTION - MUCH BARK, LITTLE BITE, SHOOTING SNAFU WITH JUSTICE OFFICIALS
  14. 09BOGOTA2873 TWO MEMBERS OF THE AFRO-COLOMBIAN CAUCUS ARRESTED FOR PARAMILITARY TIES
  15. 09BRASILIA1112 BRAZIL MORE SUPPORTIVE OF U.S. ARAB-ISRAELI NEGOTIATIONS APPROACH BUT NO AID COMMITMENTS YET
  16. 09BRASILIA1113 AUGUST 4-5 VISIT OF U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR TO BRAZIL
  17. 09CARACAS1168 CHAVEZ UPS THE ANTE: THE CRIMINALIZATION OF PROTEST
  18. 09LIMA1309 VRAE: GOP MOUNTS RESCUE OP FOR STRANDED SOLDIERS
  19. 09MEXICO2658 MEXICO ON UNRWA AT 60 - SPEAKING ROLE FOR ISRAEL
  20. 09SANTIAGO831 Lagos on Honduras, Chilean elections
  21. 09SANTIAGO833 CHILEAN MFA DG IBARRA ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS: RELATIONS WITH U.S. EXCELLENT, UNASUR STILL KEY FORUM
  22. 09SANTIAGO835 CHILE: Opposition Candidate Pinera Continues to Lead in Polls, But Faces Tight Second Round Against Frei
  23. 09SANTODOMINGO1017 SUPREME COURT CHIEF JUSTICE EMPHASIZES COMMITMENT TO JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AND COOPERATION ON EXTRADITIONS IN MEETING WITH CHARGE
  24. 09STATE92657 JCIC-DIP-09-010: U.S. RESPONSE TO RUSSIAS START FORMAT 81 NOTIFICATION REGARDING INCOMPLETENESS OR INSUFFICIENT QUALITY OF THE RECORDING OF TELEMETRIC INFORMATION PROVIDED REGARDING THE TRIDENT II SLBM FLIGHT TEST OF DECEMBER 10, 2008
  25. 09TEGUCIGALPA891 TFH01: JUSTICE FOR MY ENEMIES: DE FACTO GOVERNMENT VIGOROUSLY PURSUES PROSECUTIONS AGAINST ZELAYA TEAM
  26. 09TEGUCIGALPA892 PRO-COUP BUSINESSMAN CLAIMS LECH WALESA PLANS VISIT
  27. 10LIMA333 (Not a part of the Cablegate Publication)
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