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Uni Led Stales Department State 
Washington, 20S20 
MAR 2012 
Case No.: 201104567 
Segment Nos.: MAT AMOO and 
Mr. John Althcn 
Judicial Watch, Inc. 425 Third Street, 
Suite 800 
Washington, D.C. 20024 
Dear Mr. Althen: refer our letter dated January 26, 2011 regarding the release certain Department State material under the Freedom Information Act (Title USC Section 552). 
The search the records the U.S. Consu late Matamoros, has resu lted 
the retrieval 123 documents responsive your request. After reviewing 
these documents, have determined that may released fu11and47 
may released part. All released material enclosed. decision the 
remaining ten documents requires interagency coordination. They have been 
referred another government agency for further review assist our 
final determination. 
SLill progress the search the files the Bureau Consular Affairs, the 
U.S. Consulate Matamoros and the Of1icc the Legal Adviser. will keep you informed your case progresses. you have any questions, you may contact Assistant United States Attorney Addy Schmitt (202) 6160739. Please sure refer the case number shown above all correspondence about this case. enclosure provides information Freedom Information Act exemptions and other grounds for withholding material. The applicable exemption marked the document where have made excision. the case 
document released part, all non-exempt material that i.s reasonably segregable from the exempt material has been released. 
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Garza Laura 

From: Garza, Laura Sent: Friday, October22, 201010:23 To: 6arkin, Michael Palazzolo, Angela Mills, Patrick Del Bosque, Gabriel; Enriquez, Maria 
Graciela Featherstone, Alex (Mexico City); Luna, Janelle (Mexico City); Nilson, Jennifer Green, Kevin Vera, Vera MTYPD; Locke, Loren Derebey, Lauren Subject: Articles interest MTM/Oct. 22nd Attachments: image001.jpg; image002.jpg; image003.jpg 
Articles interest: 
Edificara Sedena retenes estrategicos estados 
Conata explosion puente broncos 
Genera cambio climatico temperaturas extremas Tamaulipas 
Reanudan exportad6n carnar6n EllA 
Secundarias contratan personal seguridad 
Conflict between Zetas, Gulf cartel could escalate 

Regards, Laura Gorzo objetivo revisar vehiculos personas para abatir trafico drogas armas 
Edmcara Sedena .13 retenes estrategicos estados estrategia costara $mil 690 millones yes parte proyecto presupuesto 2011. 
 201010-22.M.P. 
Para reforzar SUS acciones combate narcotrafico, Secretaria Defensa Nacional solicit6 Secretarfa ds.Hacienda mil 690 millones pesos para construir puestos control estrategico retenes permanentes-en echo estados Republica. objetivo sera "la inspecci6n revision toda clase vehf culos automotores sus ocupantes, para detectar trafico estupefacientes, armas mercancfas ilegales". 
Los puestos control estrategico serfan colocados pasos obligados vehiculos que 
transportan persoas, mercancias, ganado plantas. Chihuahua .Preve instalar cuatro, dos Baja California Oaxaca, uno Nuevo Leon, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tamaulipas Veracruz; entidades que destacan por tener erevados niveles violencia. justificaci6n dei proyecto pone enfasis necesidad que Sedena cuente con "instalaciones nec.esarias para vida operaci6n del personal militar que desempefla los puestos control estrategico, edificaciones necesarias para revisi6n vehiculos", que serf por igual particUlares pasajeros, asf como carga. 
Estos puestos control, que contarfan incluso con portales rayos rayos gamma para revision segura ef,iciente los automotores, "permitiran realizar revision totalidad vehfculos contehedores, con medios intrustvos, fin detectar cargas iHcitas acotar libertad accion las organizaciones delictivas que emplean las diferentes rutas que comunican frontera norte nuestro para trasiego rogas". Sedena elaboro analisis costo-eficiencia que esta poder Secretaria Hacienda, que encuentra proceso aprobaci6n. monto solicitado representa 3.3 por ciento del total los recurses que necesit?-la instituci6n 
miUtar para toda operaci6n durante 201 
UNITED ATF.S DEPARTMENT STATE 
REVIEW AUTHORITY: OSCAR JOLSON 

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UNCLASSIFIED analiza construcci6n comience enero pr6ximo prolongue largo del ano. 
Los puestos control vehicular manejados per Sedena son instalaciones temporales sin suficiente infraestructura para revision detecci6n, por que esta hace forma aleatoria, manual con herrainientas como varillas navajas. 
Abate Ejercito sicarios 
... Personal militar abati6 cinco sicarios enfrentamiento ocurrido Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. Los soldados repelieron una agresi6n ocurrida cuando patrullaban Ionia Concordia. esa .acci6n fueron heridos tres militares decomisaron nueve armas largas, dos cortas, mil 235 cartuchos, 129 cargadores cinco autos, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, tambien hubo choque armada entre sicarios personal militar. refriega dur6 Ji'!lhutos abarco diversas colonias del sur esa ciudad. hubo detenidos. jomada violeiita ayer hubo muertos, incluido regidor Acapulco Antonio Valdes Andrade, cuyo cuetpo, junto con tres personas mas, presentaba tiro gracia. cartel los Beltran Leyva s.e 
adjudic6 asesinato. 
Otro hechos violehtos ocurrieron Chihuahua, Estado Mexico, Baja California, Sonora, Coahuila Jaliscd. (Mexico los corresponsales) 
Conato explosiq puente broncos Manana 21Octubre2010 05:00 p.m. registro ciudad Reynosa hallazgo artefacto expJosivo sobre puente broncos dia hoy por tarde registro ciudad Reynosa hallazgo artefacto explosivo 
 
sobre puente broncos, cual cabe mencionar, una las vialidades mas transitadas. lugar arribaron 1.ementos castrenses quienes inmediato acordonaron area, sin que evento pasara mas que susto embotellamiento creado por los que ese momento transitaban por Blv. Hidalgo. 
 
Por parte gobiemo Reynosa traves las redes sociales advertlan sobre situaci6n que 
prevalecia alerta: 
"FACEBOOK: Go_ierno Reynosa #Reynosa REITERAMOS SITUACION RIESGO 
SOLAMENTE BAJO PUENTE BRONCOS Artefacto explosivo. SIN ESTALLAR Favor transitar 
area." 
Despues algunas horas circulaci6n fue reabierta todo volvi6 normalidad. 
Genera cambio cllmatico temperaturas extremas Tamaulipas Por: Notimex 
Cd. Victoria, Tamps. /Octubre 21.El cambio climauco alcanzado amautipas, donde este ano registraron temperaturas extremas que superaron los grados verano anterior, hasta congelantes, menores cinco grados los primeros meses 2010. estudio realizado por Comisi6n Nacional de! Agua (Conagua) revela que los ultimas anos registrado aumento grado centigrado temperatura esta entidad. 
Refiere que las temperaturas maximas hist6ricas han llegado superar los 49.5 grados, como 
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Gomez Farfas mes mayo 1973, rnientras que junio 1998 registr6 una temperatura hist6rica grados municipio Padilla. 
Otras poblaciones que sobresalen con temperaturas record son San Fernando, con grados centrgrados registrados mes junio 2002, seguida por Ciudad Victoria con 42.4 grados centf grados jullo 2010, Villa Casas con grados junio pasado. invierno, nivel general temperaturas revela que 1971 fue grados centigrados, mientras que para 2009 fue 18.2 grades centfgrados. 
Las temperaturas mas frlas os meses enero febrero 1971 fueron grados centfgrados, mientras que 2009 fueron grados centfgrados, refiere estudio. 
Revela que estado tambien registrado temperaturas mfnimas hist6ricas enero este aiio, reportar menos grados centlgrados municipio Miquihuana, seguido por Victoria, que registr6 menos grados centigrados zona Altas Cumbres. 
Por parte, ecologista Ubaldo Martinez Avalos manifest6 que las lluvias atipicas, ciclones trios mas intensos son los primeros efectos del cambio climatico Tamaulipas. 
Consider6 que aun tiempo frenar esta situaci6n, pero deben sumar autoridades propia poblaci6n, cual debe cambiar sus habitos proponerse cuidar conservar naturaleza. 
"Para esto hace fa!ta mucho trabajo; sin embargo, falta cooperaci6n ciudadania, cual debe participar desde hogar, ahorrando todo posible energia electrica, tirando basura las calles baterfas que contaminan los mantas aculferos", dijo. 
Estableci6 que las ultimos anos han sumado esfuerzos para rescatar algunas areas olvidadas como rio San Marcos, cual fue limpiado basura por diversas organizaciones ecologistas. 
Sin embargo, hace falta que autoridad ponga granito arena permitiendo que contaminen dando buen uso estas areas, consider6. 
Reanudan exportaci6n camar6n EUA 
*Al cumplir con nonnas ecol6gicas 
Por: Victor Palacios 
Fecha:201 0-1 0-21 
Con beneplacito fue recibida por armadores zona noticia que reanudaran !as exportaciones camar6n altamar los Esta dos Unidos, por los que pals espera obtener divisas del orden los 340 millones d61ares. industria pesquera del sur Tamaulipas vera ampliamente beneficiada con esta medina, seflal6 vocero CANAINPES, Nicanor Fernandez Cabrera, quien dijo que acuerdo reportes oficiales, intercambio comercial dlcho mercado comenzara partir esta semana entrante, una vez que sean notificadas las aduanas aquella naci6n par Departamento Estado EUA. 
Agreg6 que producci6n exportacion carnar6n representan una importante fuente divisas empleo para pals, siendo nuestra zona importante enclave industrial comercial contar con muelles, congeladoras, despicadoras negocios que comercializan 
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crustaceo. 
Agreg6 que flota camaronera encuentra trabajando maximo, con importantes capturas, aunque espera que precio mejore mercado estadounidense, que enfrenta una fuerte competencia por parte otros palses. 
Record6 que los armadores cooperaron ampliamente con los funcionarios federales lograr corto lapso usar correctamente los Dispositivos Excluidores Tortugas (DET's), durante las varificaciones que realizaron Gotto Mexico, mismas que efectuaron entre mes agosto los primeros dfas octubre este aiio. 
Modificarian informe entrega recepci6n Reynosa 
Por: Hugo Reyna 
Fecha:2010-10-21 presidente municipal Reynosa, Oscar Luebbert Gutierrez, expres6 tener objeciones sugerencla formulada por Secretarfa General Gobierno del Estado modificar los eventos pr(;)vistos inforrne gobiemo proceso entrega-recepci6n los municipios. 
Tras pronunciamiento hecho hace unos dfas por Gobiemo del Estado, que ante los recientes hechos inseguridad factores diversos, han motivado t.m cambio radical las actividades desempeno los ayuntamientos. 
Par que propuso celebrar mismo evento presentaci6n del ultimo inforrne gobiemo entrega-recepci6n los alcaldes electos una misma ceremonia. respecto, Oscar Luebbert Reynosa, manifest6 tener problema alguno para realizar modificaciones, hecho anticip6 que diciembre hab(a previsto presentar tercer inforrne gobierno, pero confirmado que Gobernador Eugenio Hernandez Flores, hara esa misma fecha, por que entonces impone eventual cambio agenda. 
Vigilan acceso las instituciones, infonn6 supervisor Educaci6n Madero 
Secundarias contratan personal seguridad 

Alumnos toman cursos para saber c6mo reaccionar caso una contingencia. Por otra parte, fue publicada lista productos nutritivos para as cooperativas. 
 201 0-1 0-22Locales Ciudad Madero; las escuelas secundarias han reforzado segutidad las entradas, con
personal contratai:lo precisamente para vigilar acceso estas, asegur6 supervisor 
secundarias generales zona esta urbe petrolera, Mario Salvador Dominguez Juarez. 
Cornent6 que ahofa los alumnos las diferentes instituciones educativas, toman cursos 
relacionados cLlanto tema seguridad, impartidos par profesores que participan 
seminaries esta especialidad. 
Debido los hechos violencia que han registrado zona, la seguridad intema las 
instituciones del riivel basico, reforzado. "Ahora todas las personas externas deben 
identificarse con personal que encuentra las entradas", acot6 supervisor estas 

secundarias generales. 
Dijo que esta los j6venes, ante estos eventos, inculcandoles medidas seguridad, caso una que sepan c6mo actuar esos precisos mementos. '1Se estan dando 
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lndic6 que como principal estas charlas, busca que haga una mala conducta los alumnos. "Se poniendo enfasis este sentido; coma personas adultas, sabemos que cuando ser hurriano respete entre sf, pues van tener buenos ciudadanos". 
Por otro lado, cfoiegado Secretaria Educaci6n Publica Tamaulipas, Agustin Huerta Mejia, inform6 que fue pubicada ista productos nutritvos que pueden incluirse las cooperativas las escuelas. 
Esto, para evitar incrementen casos obesidad sobrepeso ocasionado por consumo comida chatarra. esta trabajando este sentido esperemos hacerlo todas mas pronto posible". obstante, reconoci6 que trata problema cultural buena alimentaci6n debe 
promoverse desd ios hogares, "ya que ella donde consume por ciento del total 
alimentos". 

lndic6 que esto tema que debe ser apoyado por los padres familia para lograr que los alumnos cuenten con buena salud. 
Juan Alvarez 
Conflict between Zetas, Gulf Cartel could escalate 
Comments 
October 21, 2010 8:43 
The Monitor 
McALLEN -The cartel warfare crippling Mexico will continue until the Zetas, powerful offshoot 
the Gulf Cartel, are subdued other drug gangs Mexican authorities, according new report. 
The report, Austin-based "global intelligence" firm STRATFOR, details the bloody battle between 
the Zetas and their onetime allies. Increasingly outflanked the Zetas, the Gulf Cartel has reached 
out other criminal groups and formed the "New Federation," unified front against the Zetas, 
according STRA TFOR. 
"Fearing the might Los Zetas, the Gulf Cartel reached out their longtime enemies, the Sinaloa 
Federation, and asked for their assistance dealing with Los Zetas" wrote Scott Stewart, 
STRATFOR analyst. 'The leader the Sinaloa federation, Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Loera, has 
love for Los Zetas, who the fonner military arm the Gulf Cartel engaged many brutal battles 
with Guzman's forces. Together with another enemy Los Zetas, Familia Michoacana, Guzman 
joined forces with the Gulf Cartel form organization known the New Federation." the Zetas and other groups targeted the New Federation come under increasing pressure from 
the government ahd rival cartels, the violence across Mexico's northern border may increase. 
STRATFOR maintains network sources, including members the Mexican news media, that 
help the company gather information. The firm sells general and customized intelligence reports 
both individual and corporate clients. 
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The New Federation aims destroy 1he Zetas and the Vicente Carrillo Fuemes Organization (also known the Juarez Cartel). the New Federation succeeds, and manages marginalize the Arellano Felix Organization (also known the Tijuana Cartel), could dominate Mexican drug smuggling routes into the United States. 
Less competition between warring cartels wou1d reduce the violence, Stewart said. But during the short term, the aggressive move the New Federation will likely increase the bloodshed. 
"These cartet capos are really businessmen, and they make more money when peaceful and the dope flowing," Stewart said. 
Allowing U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents and special operations units operate inside Mexico would also put additional pressure the ca1rtels, but Mexico has limited U.S. involvement protect its sovereignty. STRATFOR's analysis suggests powerful Mexicans tied drugs have also helped limit U.S. involvement. 
'We are talking ... billion dollars, and that lot money," Stewart said. ''All that money not 
being kept Chapo's basement under his bed." 
Officials from the Procuraduria General Republica -the Mexican attorney general's office 
had comment the report The Ministry Public Safety, which contains intelligence unit, 
didn't return calls. 
Last week, STRATFOA offered insight into the death American Falcon Lake, which garnered widespread media attention. 
The firm's sources suggested David Hartley, 30, had been mistaken for Gulf Cartel spies Zeta 
scouts. Hartley ar'id his wife, Tiffany, drove from McAllen Falcon Lake truck with Mexican 
license plates, and crossed into Me.xican territory Jet Skis. 
While there, Tiffany told investigators, gunmen shot and killed her husband. She told investigators the gunmen approached three boats, and that she was forced fee. 
STRATFOR blamed "Zetitas," low-level Zetas, for Hartley's death. The firm's analysis suggested the 
perpetrators had been eliminated higher-lever Zetas, and that Hartley's body has been destroyed. 
Mexican authorities launched extensive search, but found nothing. 
STRATFOR also noted the beheading State Police Comandante Rolando Armando Flores Villegas Oct "was Specific message from Los Zetas Mexican authorities back off from the investigation." 
Mexican authorities have denied that report. date, suspects have been named for Flores Villegas' murder. 

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From: 	Wickenheiser, Amy 
Sent: 	Friday, October 22, 2010 :38 
To: Locke. Loren Martinez, Juan Enrique2, Maria Graciela Featherstone. Robert Subject: RE: SITREP 10/20/10-FALCON LAKE SHOOTING DAVID HARTLEY 
Just sending weekly wrap-up congress wondered have good answer for why the 
search has not resumed? 
From: Locke, Lorenc 
Sent: Wednesday, october 20, 2010 5:58 
To: Locke, Loren Martinez, Juan Staab, Virginia Kaypaghian, Gabriel; Rodriguez, Hugo Wickenheiser, Amy Quigley, Brian BemierToth, Michelle; Bent, Wiiliam Dodds, Rebecca Echard, John Jr; Giauque, Ivna; Lawrence, Suzanne Macray, Rosemary Martin, Karen Tran, Michelle VonHinken, Melissa Baker, Tammy Manring, Nicholas Operations Center; Williams, Paula Doerge, Wallis 
Cc: Barkin, Michael Feeley, John (Mexico City); McKean, Edward (Mexico City); Lee, E:dward Williams, James (Mexico City); Mills, Patrk:k Featherstone, Alex (Mexico City); Marin, Carolina Guzman, Emma Garza, laura Hoey, Colleen cabrera-Farraj, Gina Mills, Patrick cavazos, Javier Hoey, Colleen 
Featherstone, Robert Subject: SITREP 10/20/10 -FALCON LAKE SHOOTING DAVID HAR1l.EY 
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 
SITREP -FALCON LAKE SHOOTING DAVID HARTLEY 
 
Tiffany Hartley has moved out her home McAllen, TX, and route Colorado. 
 	Ms. Hartley told Post she plans stop interviewing with the media for few days but w11 resume with In-studio visits multiple media outlets the end next week. 
 
Post has new information the possible resumption the search for David Hartley's body. 
 
Today's SITREP will the last daily edition. Others will follow receive more infonnation. 
SBU 
This email UNCLASSIFIED. 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT STATE REVIEW AUTHORITY: OSCARJ OLSON DATE/CASE ID: DEC 2011 201104567 
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Waddell, Bruce 
From: Sarkin, Michael 
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 1:45 
To: Rodriguez, Hugo Manring, Nicholas Wickenheiser, Amy Cc: Mazin, Tanya; Bulgrin, Julie Locke, Loren Featherstone, Robert Loosle, Robert (Mexico City) 
Subject: RE: Falcon Lake 
Categories: Working Classification: UNCLASSIFIED 
Loren -Can you help Amy with this and confirm thatwe are daily contact with her. Anything new from today's call? 
 the search, the Legal Attache. our Embassy Mexico City has requested that the Mexican Attorney 
general's office update the status the search but has not yet received response. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT STATE REVIEW AUTHORITY: OSCAR JOLSON DATE/CASE ID: DF.C 2011 201104567 

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Something succinct. What you think? 
Nicholas Manring 
Legislative Management Officer Bureau ofLegislative Affairs 
U.S. Department ofState 
Tel. (202) 647-8632 

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Waddell, Bruce 
From:  Wickenheiser, Amy  
Sent:  Friday, October 22, 2010 3:10  
To:  Wickenheiser, Amy 'shay_wester@comyn.senate.gov'; 'ken.bennett@mail.house.gov';  
'simon_tafoya@markudall.senate.gov'; 'Robert.Hannan@mail.house.gov';  
'Ellen.Cesarone@mail.house.gov'; 'Jose.borjon@mail.house.gov';  
'Connie.humphrey@mail.house.gov'; 'joyce _sibley@hutchlson.senate.gov';  
'romaine_pacheco@bennet.senate.gov'; 'Rene_Hanna@felnstein.senate.gov';  
'Luke.Murry@mail.house.gov'; 'layth_ elhassani@bennet.senate.gov';  
'James.Oecker@mall.house.gov'; 'tim.tarpley@mall.house.gov';  
'Sergio.Espinosa@mail.house.gov'  
Cc:  Rodriguez, Hugo Haldane, Robert Manring, Nicholas Mazin, Tanya; Cabrera-Farraj,  
Gina Hoey, Colleen Baker, Tammy CA-OCS-Special Assistant; Kling, Dawn  
Enriquez. Maria Graciela Locke. Loren CA-Staffers Mailbox  
Subject:  Congressional Update Falcon Lake Incident  
Categories:  Working  

Good afternoon. 
Thank you for your continued interest this case. The U.S. Consulate General Matamoros remains actively involved this case and has provided the following information wrap 
the week: 
 Tiffany Hartley has returned her home state Colorado. Matamoros will 
maintain regular contact with her long can assistance. 
 Matamoros has new information the possible resumption the search for David Hariley's body. The Legal Attache Mexico City has requesied fur1her information the plans for the investigation from the Mexico Attorney General's office. will continue monitor the situation and apprise you any major developments. 
Best regards, 
-Amy 
Amy Wickenheiser 
Citizens Services Specialist 
Canada the Border Posts Mexico 
CA/OCS{ACS{VVHA 
U.S. Department State tel.: 202-647-5113 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT STATE REVIEW AUTHORilY: OSCARJ OLSON 
DATE/CASE ID: DEC 2011 201104567 
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From: Wickenheiser, Amy 
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 3:17 
To: Locke, Loren Sarkin, Michael Rodriguez, Manring, Nicholas Cc: Mazin, Tanya; Featherstone, Robert 
Subject: RE: CLEARANCE REQUESTED-Congressional Update Falcon Lake 
Categories: Working 
Great thanks! Have good weekend, all. 
From: Locke, Loren 
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 4:15 To: Sarkin, Michael Rodriguez, Hugo Manring, Nicholas Wickenheiser, Amy Cc: Mazin, Tanya; Featherstone, Robert 
Subject: RE: CLEARANCE REQUESTED-Congressional Update Falcon Lake 
Bob and agree with this wrap up. 
Thanks. 
Loren 
SBU 
This email UNCLASSIFIED. 
Frorn: Barkln, Michael 
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 3:13 
To: Rodriguez, Hugo Manring, Nicholas Wickenheiser, Amy Cc: Mazin, Tanya; Locke, Loren Featherstone, Robert 
Subject: RE: CLEARANCE REQUESTED-Congressional Update Falcon Lake 
Please hold one moment Loren and Bob can see this. 
Michael Borkin Principal Officer 
U.S. Consulate General Matamoros, Mexico 011-52 -868 -812-4402, 224 
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From: Rodriguez, Hugo 
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 3:07 
To: Manring, Nicholas Wickenheiser, Amy 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT O:F STATE 
REVIEW AUTHORITY OSCAR JOLSON 
DATE/CASE ID: DEC 2011 201104567 UNCLASSIFIED 
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From: 
Loren Sent: 
To: 
Subject notes from Tiffany 10/24/2010 
Categories: Working talked Tiffany arow;td 4:15. was the first time she's picked the phone several days. 
Tiffany and her parents got back last night. Tomorrow night she leaving with her mom and sister Tia the Today Show think David's momwill the show too}. Then Wednesday she will 
fly with her mom and sister Les Angeles Dr. Phil. 
She has two main questions that said would find out and get back her: 
Did her witness testimony become part the public record Mexico? Would the media able get copy it? She does not want made public. 
What the plan for the federal criminal investigation? What are the next steps? 

Loren Locke, J.D. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT 01uen dia. Carolina Malin 
Caro/hut .Marin UnitetfStates Consufilte fieneraf 
cslsrant 
(806) 8J,2 0,2 ex. S04 
!It:.:Matamt sympolhy goes out lhe victim's fomlly. 
-We ore working closely wilh the MeKicon authorities who ore investigating the case. 
For background: 
Where the body? Did provide any type consular assistance? 
Thanks, 
lvno 
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From:,luomo-Overs!reei. Charles 
Sent: Friday. October01, 2()10 8:01 To: CAl'RESSREQUESTS 
Cc: WHA-Press; li'.oypoghion. Gabriel 
Subject: FW: Amcils shot Falcon Lake nearCiudad Guerrero 
looping Press 
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From: Staab. Virginia 
Sent: Ffiday. October OJ. 2010 7:59 
To: Kaypoghion. Gabriel; WHA-Pres.s; WHA-MEX Only 
Subject RE: Amcits shot Falcon Lake near Ciudod Guerrero 
HiGobriel, 
Thank you gel some press inquiries about lhis lasI night. wouldn't hurt have fine 1wo Pfess guidance. likely n't come today DPS but Notimex and Televisa will cerlonly call and ruk for our view what happened. Please lei know you hove any questions. 
Thanks! Gini 
-Original Message-
From: Kaypaghian. Gabriel 
Sent: Friday. October 01. 2010 7:56 
To: WHA-Press; WHA-MEX Only 
Subjec1: FW: Amdts shol falcon Lak:e neO'r Ciudad Guerrero 
FYI 
Sheriff: Pirates shoot man Mexican waters PAUL WEBER (AP} hour5 ago 
SAN ANTONIO-An American tourist was shot the bock !he head Mexican wotef$ Thursday 
offer being ambushed armed boaters. Texm sheriff said. happened near the U.S. boundary 
lake where run-ins with pirates already had fishermen and Texas officials alert. 
Zapato County Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzolez identified lhe victim Davfd Michael Hor11ey, 30. Horlley and his 
wife were riding personal watercrafls back. from Mexico Falcon lake when abo six gunmen 
approached 1wo boats, Gonzalez. said. The sheriff soid Hartley was shot the couple sped away the 
sight the boaters. 
What happened Hartley was unclear. Gonzalez said the man's wife fried circUng bock pun him from water. but she was forced retreat U.S. waters after being nred upon again. 
"They saw them approaching and started revving bock the U.S. side," Gonzalez said. 'The guys just 
slorted shooting them from behind." 
Gonzalez. said hos contacted the Mexican consulate and asked them look for the man. said 
ther was nothing else could do. 

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Earlier this year. several fishermen were robbed gunpoint the lake's Mexican side. those holdups. 
authorities say the gunmen traveled lhe low-slung. underpowered commercial Mexican fishing boo1s that are familiar the area. They asked tor money, drugs and guns. and took what cash was available, 
but one hurt. 

Hartley ond his wiie moved McAllen, Texas. from the Meltican border city Reynosa ob-Out five months ago and hod planned returned their native Colorado two weeh. Gonzolez said. Gonzolez said Hartley worked the oil business. 
Reynoso hos been beset recently with wo11ing drug cartels and Mexican authorities, but Gonzolez said 
believed the shooting was random ottock. has previously chalked the dangerous waters the 
P'oduct fighting belween rival Mexican drug gongs. would think that, right now. lhe Prudent boa would wan stay the Texas side," Cox said Thursday. 
Authorities said the shootrng happened out 2A5 p.m. Gonzalez said lhe couple never spake the 
gunmen, and the woman raced her watercrafl the shores the first lakeside homes she could reach 
and asked for help. sold they hod ridden over Mexico tor sightseeing and toke photos 
famous church Old Guerrero. 
Thal identical what five boaters did April when aulhorilles say they were approocheo men who 
Identified themselves "Federoles and asked for dru91. Those boaters handed over $200 before the 
pirates chased them back U.S. waters. 
Violence the Mexican side the lake hos been climbing for several monlhs. fractured partnership 
between the region's dominant Gulf Cartel and it1 former enforcers. the Zetas. plunged many the 
creo's Mexican border cities into violence. 
Folcon Lake dammed section the Rio Grande that straddles the border. The border morf October 01, 2010 7:56 To: WHA-Press; WHAMEX Only 
Subject: FW: Amcits shot Falcon Lake near Ciudad Guerrero 
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Sheriff: Pirates shoot man Mexican waters PAUL WEBER (AP) hours ago
SAN ANTONIO -An American tourist was shot the back the head Mexican waters .on Thursday after being ambushed armed boaters, Texas sheriff said. happened near the 
U.S. boundary lake where run-ins with pirates already had fishermen and Texas officials alert. 
Zapata county Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez identified the victim David Michael Hartley, 30. Hartley and his wife were riding personal watercras back from Mexico Falcon Lake when about six gunmen approached two boats, Gonzalez said. The sheriff said Hartley was shot the couple sped away the sight the boaters. 
What happened Hartley was unclear. Gonzalez said the man's wife tried circling back pull him from the water, but she was forced retreat U.S. waters after being fired upon again. 
''They saw them approaching and started revving back the U.S. side, Gonzalez said. 
"The guys just started shooting them from behind." 
Gonzalez said has contacted the Mexican consulate and asked them look for the man. 
said there was nothing else could do. 

One the boats may have crossed the U.S. side the lake fire woman, said Mike 
Cox, spokesman for the Texas Parks Wildlife Department. The shooting renewed warnings 

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pirates Falcon lake, which about miles down the border from Laredo and popular with water skiers and bass fishing. 
Earlier this year, several fishermen were robbed gunpoint the lake's Mexican side. those holdups, authorities say the gunmen traveled the low-slung, underpowered corrmercial Mexican fishing boats that are familiar the area. They asked for money, drugs and guns, and took what cash was ava{Iable, but one was hurt. 
Hartley and his wife moved McAllen, Texas, from the Mexican border city Reynosa about five months ago and had planned returned their native Colorado two weeks, Gonzalei said. Gonzalez said Hartley orked the oil business. 
Reynosa has been beset recently with warring drug cartels and Mexican authorities, but Gonzalez said believed the shooting was random attack. has previously chalked the dangerous waters the product fighting between rival Mexican drug gangs. would think that, right now, the prudent boater would want stay the Texas side," Cox said Thursday. 
Authorities said the shooting happened about 2:45 p.m. Gonzalez said the couple never spoke the gunmen, and the woman raced her watercraft the shores the first lakeside homes 
she could reach and asked for help. said they had ridden over Mexico for sightseeing 
and take photos famous church Old Guerrero. 
That identical what five boaters did April when authorities say they were approached men who identified themselves "Federales" and asked for drugs. Those boaters handed over $200 before the pirates chased them back U.S. waters. 
Violence the Mexican side the lake has been climbing for several months, fractured partnership between the region's dominant Gulf Cartel and its former enforcers, the Zetas, plunged many the area's Mexican border cities into violence. 
Falcon Lake dammed section the Rio Grande that straddles the border. The border 
marked partially submerged concrete towers that mark the Rio Grande's path before the 
lake was created 1954. 
Associated Press Writer Terry Wallace Dallas contributed this report. 
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Cc: Luna, Janelle (Mexico City) 
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DECONTROLLED/UNCLASSIFIED just got call from DPS regarding citizen from McAllen was shot and killed while jet skiing Falcon Lake (Zapata county and near Ciudad Guerrero, Tamps, Mx. Supposedly the husband and wife crossed side take pies church that partially under water, then were chased men boats. The husband was shot head and wife unharmed. There should press release soon. 
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McAtlen man presumed dead after pirate shooting Falcon Lake 

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Waddell, Bruce 
From: Heflin, Donald RELEASED FULL Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 8:14 To: Locke, Loren Subject: Re: CRIME VIOLENCE (SHOOTING}: DAVID MICHAEL HARTLEY 
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Thanks for keeping usz the loop. Good job --Original Message-
From: locke, Loren To: Manring, Nicholas To: Bulgrin, Julie To: Cabrera-Farraj, Gina To: Haney, Darrien To: Heflin, Donald To: Quigley, 8rian To: Wickenheiser, Amy To: Saker, Tammy Subject: FW: CRIME VIOLENCE {SHOOTING): DAVID MICHAEL HARTLEY Sent: Oct 2010 7:S7 

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CRIME VIOLENCE (SHOOTING): DAVID MICHAEL HARTLEY NAME: Hartley, David Michael DPOB: September 1980 /Loveland, U.S. PPT No. 209729574 TYPE CRIME: shooting 
PRESENT LOCATION VICTIMS: Mr. Hartley missing. Mrs. Hartley McAllen, TX. RESIDENCE THE U.S.: McAllen, NOK: Mr. Hartley's NOK his wife. Mrs. Hartley's NOK her father Alan 
Robert "Bob" Young. POLICE REPORT MADE: Yes, Texas DATE OCCURRENCE CRIME: 09/30/2010 DATE REPORTED THE POLICE: 09/30/2010 DATE REPORTED POST: 09/30/2010 10. PRIVACY ACT WAIVER: Yes, David Hartley submitted online 
03/17 /2010 for Congress, media, family, friends, and medical. Mrs. Hartley has Privacy 
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Barkin, Michael 

From:  Barkin, Michael  
Sent:  Friday, October 01, 2010 9:50  
To:  Haney, Darrien Heflin, Donald Locke, Loren Ross, Noah Quintana, Kart (Nuevo  
Laredo)  
Cc:  Mills, Patrick LeBow, Dennis Baker, Tammy  
Subject:  RE: Amcits shot Falcon Lake near Ciudad Guerrero  
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Thanks Darrien -We're trying get any info can from the Mexican sde but it's coming slowly. you all hear anything please let know. 
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RELEASED FULL Further confirmed that CBP doing internal scrub see what could offer the event such request Added that the IBWC been touch with USG and its counterpart GoM commission and monitoring the situation. Staffers main concern was responding press reports that the Mexican search had been called off. responded that could not/not confirm deny that but we'd look into immediately and get back them. Understan_d from telcon with Amb that Sarkin confirms search ongoing. ASAP From: Feeley, John (Mexico City) To: Pascual, Calos (Mexico City); Jacobson, Roberta Gilbert, Robert ; 'LAWSON, LESllE !V1; ; Featherstone, Alex (Mexico City); Williams, James (Mexico City); Tuttle, Stewart Lee, Edward Schiffer, Gregory (Mexico City); Allison, Robert (Mexico City); Barkin, Michael McKean, Edward (Mexico City); Heflin, Donald GURROLA, JAVIER ; Quigley, Brian Sent: Thu Oct 11:32:34 2010 subject: Falcon Lake/Sen Hutchinson staff telcon Spoke with Kay Bailey Hutchinson staffers who report the Senator and getting hit with press inquiries. clarified that the USG and Mexico City, the best our knowledge, has not/not received formal request from the GoM provide search and rescue assistance. Sarkin: send para latest status GoM search from your folks that can flip the Hutchinson staffers. 
DHS/CBP: update latest your internal scrub possible offer assistance the event GoM 
request. 
Also -could CBP possibly second and/or detail opcon its BORSTAR other response personnel the IBWC? Purpose this would conduct any search under the umbrella established inter-.govemmental
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To: Locke, Loren RELEASED PA.RT 
Subject: RE: Last known location David Hartly 
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Ms. Loren, you have any updates? 
Thank you 
Marty 

-On Fri, 10/1110, Locke, Loren wrote: 
From: Locke, Loren 
To: "marty jewell" Date: Friday, 
Dear Marty, 
The Mexicans have sent CEDENA soldiers took for the body. sent them the GPS coordinates and the maps you sent. Right now they haven't requested U.S. assistance. will keep you posted. 
Loren 
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Warden Message 
October 2010 
This warden message being issued inform American citizens developing security issues and around Falcon Lake, which lies the U.S.-Mexico border near Zapata, Texas. The U.S. Consulates General Nuevo Laredo and Matamoros have received reports attacks armed men American citizens boating Falcon Lake and its adjoining waters, including September 30, 2010, attack which U.S. citizen boating the lake was shot and another threatened. The U.S.-Mexico international boundary runs approximately through the middle the lake. However, not clearly marked. U.S. citizens are urged exercise extreme caution while Falcon Lake, and recognize the risks intentionally 
accidentally crossing into Mexico. 
For more information the security situation Texas, please refer the Texas 

Department Public Safety's website, 
For more information the border situation, please refer the U.S. ConsuJates General's Matamoros website, and the U.S. Consulate General's Nuevo Laredo's website, 
For general information Mexico, please refer the U.S. Embassy's Mexico 
website, 
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Penli, Cecilia 
From: Locke, Loren 
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 2:55 
To: Guzman, Emma Pena, Cecma Marin, Carolina 
Subject: FW: Last known location David Hartly 
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Sent: Friday, 
To: Locke, Loren 
Subject: RE: Last known location David Hartly 
Please tell everyone one your staff how much appreciate the efforts recovering David's body. 
Marty 
---On Fri, 10/1110, Locke, Loren wrote: 
From: Locke, Loren 
Subject: RE: Last known location David Hartly 
To: "rnarty jewel" 

Date; Friday, October 2010, 12:55 
Dear Marty, 
The Mexicans have sent CEDENA soldiers look for the body. sent them the GPS coordinates 
and the maps you sent. Right now they haven't requested U.S. assistance. will keep you posted. 
Loren 

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Subject: Fw: Last known location David Hartly have plotted the lat and long goggle earth and have attached them this email. The importance the White house with the tin roof that she was 100% sure that she remebers that house her right side she was leaving the area attack. She was alone. 
Respectfully, 
Marty JcweU friend David and work with the goverment McAllen. have spoken with david's wife, pulled Google Earth and looked the area yesterday's incident. 
The area she last saw hiro was: North 41.50 West 48_ 96. 
David Hartley, White Male, years age, approx. 250 260 lbs. last seen black tank top, black shorts, black llfe 
vest. 
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Please use point contact with any these matters ref. recovery lhe body, you can imagine she has beenthfough very termatic incident and will need some lime recovery. 
Respectfully. 

Marty Jewell 
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Capitan Vela, 
Adjunto encontrara las mapas para pronta localizaci6n David Hartley. 
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The area she last saw him was: North 41.50 West 45. 96. 
David Hartley, White Male, years age, approx.. 250 260 lbs. last seen black tank. top, black shorts, black Ufe vest. 
Plea.Se U$e point contact with any these matters ref. recovery the body, you can imagine she has been through very termatic incident and will need some time recovery. 
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From: Haney, Darrien 
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 :51 
To: 
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Subject: RE: warder. message about Falcon Lake?
Categories: ACS death, Working Loren, 
Great idea. it's problem, could you take the lead and draft and share with before submitting for clearance? We'd then happy ride your coattails. Thanks. Darrien 
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From: Locke, Loren 
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 11:35 To: Haney, Darrien 
Subject: warden message about Falcon Lake? 
Dear Darrien, 
Michael asked that coordinate With you produce joint warden message about Falcon Lake that both our Consulates could put our websites today. suggested that you take the lead, but course willing you prefer 
What you think? 
Thanks. 
Loren C:. Locke Vice Consul 
American Citizen Services 
U.S. Consulate General -Matamoros 
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