Serial 1466

FBI Airtel

Date 12/28/78

TO: DIRECTOR, FBI
FROM: SAC, BROOKLYN-QUEENS (89-495)
SUBJECT: RYMUR

Enclosed for San Francisco are original and two copies of FD-302s and for the Bureau two copies of FD-302s of papers provided by [several names deleted)

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[Photocopy of outside of manila envelope]

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FD-302

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Date of transcription 12/6/78

Observation was made aboard Pan-American airlines, Flight Number 228, at the John F. Kennedy International Airport, and the following information was observed from [name deleted]

1 – photograph from magazine of several individuals.

The following phone numbers were obtained from observation:

Georgia [number deleted]
Andrea Walker [number deleted]

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FD-302

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Date of transcription 12/6/78

Personal property of [name deleted], Passenger, Pan American Airlines, Flight Number 228, John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, New York, was searched by United States Customs Inspectors, at which time the following listed tapes were seized.

1 – 60 minute tape, Columbia magnetics, recording of several artists.
1 – 60 minute tape, Tamia Brand, “City of Angels”, the Miracles.
1 – 60 minute tape, Kmart Brand, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight and the Pips.
1 – 90 minute tape, Tracs Brand, Isley Brothers and Gladys Knight and the Pips.
1 – 60 minute tape, Scotch Brand, Guyana South American Steel Band recording.
1– 60 minute tape, AM stereo tape, artists – LTD
1 – Head Cleaner, TDX Brand.

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FD-302

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Date of transcription 12/6/78

Observation was made aboard Pan-American airlines, Flight 228, at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, and the following information was obtained from Beatrice Alethia Morton, also known as (AKA) Beatrice Grubbs:

Marilyn Pursley 415-841-5459

William Cramer [information deleted]

No Name [information deleted]

1 newspaper photograph of Tom Kutulas

1 slip paper with the following written:
Bea Orsot
340 Rockwood Avenue
South, San Francisco

1 sheet containing photostatic copies of two checks, each described as follows:

U.S. Treasury check number 60,191,558, dated September 1, 1978, payable to Beatrice A. Orsot, c/o Paula Adams, PO Box 893, Georgetown, Guyana, South America; amount $404.00

State of California check number 22143404, dated October 6, 1978, payable to B. Orsot [c/o] E. Chaikin, PO Box 15156, San Francisco, California, 94115.

1 sheet paper which appeared to be a photostatic copy showing endorsement of a check, also the name Tommy, [name deleted], William Cramer, [line of type deleted].

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Report of the
Latent Fingerprint Section
Identification Division

December 13, 1978

Latent Case No. B-68802

To: Mr. Lee Colwell
Assistant Director
Planning and Inspection Division

Re: Unsub(s).;
Unauthorized possession of FBI documents found at People’s Temple, Jonestown, Guyana
TGP – Privacy Act of 1974

Reference: Specimens delivered to Latent Fingerprint Section on December 7, 1978 Examination requested by: FBI
Specimens: Numerous miscellaneous documents, one folder

The specimens were examined and 24 latent fingerprints and five latent palm prints of value were developed on 11 documents and the folder.

Seven of the latent fingerprints developed on the folder, have been identified as elimination fingerprints of SA [name deleted].

On the basis of the information furnished, no fingerprint record could be located in the Identification Division files for Mark Lane; Pauline Jeanette Swearingen, nee Warshaw; or Richard M. Rogers.

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Mr. Lee Colwell
December 13, 1978

Fifteen of the latent fingerprints are not identical with the fingerprints of the following individuals:

Mont Wesley Swearingen, FBI #791970D
James Warren Jones, FBI #70597N2 (deceased)
Charles R. Garry, FBI #180493B
[2 names deleted]

Nor the elimination fingerprints of Special Agents as follows:

[3 lines deleted]
Robert John Oglesby, Jr.

The two remaining latent fingerprints, which are impressions of the extreme side areas of fingers, are not identical with the comparable areas of the available fingerprints of the aforementioned individuals. No palm prints are contained in the Identification Division files for these persons.

The specimens have been forwarded to SA [Name deleted] of the Laboratory Division for examination and disposition.

Originally posted on July 24th, 2020.

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