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Re: Meeting tomorrow?

Released on 2012-08-09 05:00 GMT

Email-ID 1722109
Date 2010-12-16 01:15:43
His career path is too set. I mean everyone has a price, I am sure... but
that would really be a conversation between him and you (and a combo of
George/Rodger/Fred) and not for me to speak to. I did float that idea to
him -- last in March 2010 -- and he was somewhat open to it... but he did
make a point that "Like Fred, I first need to get pissed off at the
government first. I'm not there yet." (is a big Stick/Fred fan, by the
way... but then who is not?)

He is doing far too well in the FM by the way. He is the youngest FSO in
recent Mexican history -- not counting Speedy Gonzales' stint as
Ambassador to Albuquerque -- and has been appointed the GOM point man on
SB1070 in Arizona, which is essentially like being the U.S. FSO in charge
of Afghanistan in Kabul. The GOM paid for his law school stint at UNM to
preprare him for more interactions with U.S. law enforcement and
legislators. He is also being given a free hand to speak to US law
enforcement and I think he doubles duty with CISEN, but he won't tell me
which I understand. But his contacts in Mexican intelligence and law
enforcement are too great for someone who -- at that age -- should be
stamping passports.

So he is being molded to be the Mexican "tip 'o the spear" in the U.S. He
would be crazy to abandon that at whatever ludicrous young age he is...
but when the government screws him over... he will fall into our hands at
the right price. Could take 20 years though.

By the way, he is an avid STRAT-fan. This is not some lazy, well manicured
diplomat who thinks the world runs according to his memos (although he can
be arrogant as all hell). He actually turned me to Stratfor back when we
were freshmen in college. He is also much more than a Mexican analyst. He
knows the entire LATAM back and forth -- is half Colombian in fact.

I made it aware to him that our STRATFOR-P would be a lot more intense and
he seemed to understand and be interested. One thing that he seemed very
interested in is the fact that we would need his analytical thought on
Mexican politics. Thus far, he has had to be very careful with the CT team
and what information he gives us, since a lot of his information is in
fact classified. He has broken law on a few occasions, but each time we
were extremely discreet about it. But with what Reva does, he would be
able to talk all he wants, since none of that stuff is classified and its
just his own analytical understanding. The question is can we offer
greater compensation for his services. I told him to not get his hopes up,
but it is something I would have to talk to you about tomorrow.

On 12/15/10 6:00 PM, scott stewart wrote:

Do you think he'd ever consider coming to work for us as an analyst? Or
is his career path too set?

From: Marko Papic []
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 6:47 PM
Subject: Meeting tomorrow?

Hi Stick and Rodger,

I know you guys are slammed tomorrow with meetings...

Any time for a quick 10 minute one?

It's about MX1 and potentially expanding his services with the Mexican

He is a potential political asset. I know we have used him mainly for CT
purposes, but he is actually potentially a strong candidate for more
than that.

I would only need 10 minutes to talk about him, but I figure since Stick
is in the office it may be a good idea we do it tomorrow. I am out on