Serial 1782

[Editor’s note: Note and head of serial reads, “Declassified by 60290 AUC/BCE/MLT/JTG #378325-002 on 05/05/2004 (Per OGA ltr (no date provided on ltr.))”]

0 0232142Z JAN 79
FM BROOKLYN/QUEENS (89-495) (P)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) IMMEDIATE
BIRMINGHAM (89-93) IMMEDIATE
SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) IMMEDIATE
BT
SECRET
RYMUR.

ReBQtel to Bureau, December 27, 1978, and December 29, 1978, classified “Secret;” and SFrep of SA [name deleted], January 12, 1979.

[Balance of page 1, and entirety of page 2 withheld]

PAGE THREE

[first paragraph of page 3 deleted]

He be afforded the opportunity to be questioned utilizing the polygraph again to establish his credibility. (ReBQMRA teletype to Bureau, December 27, 1978). [Balance of paragraph deleted]

On FD-302 reflecting report of Richard A. Dwyer, Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM), American Embassy, Georgetown, Guyana, Dwyer reported that a GDF Major Johnson advised that 120 troops were being dispatched from Matthews Ridge to aid survivors of Port Kaituma shooting on the morning of November 19, 1978. For some unexplained reason troops were ordered to disembark train running between Matthews Ridge and Port Kaituma five miles from Port Kaituma and walked in.

BQMRA requests opinion of Bureau and San Francisco concerning possible [several words deleted] using polygraph.

Classified and extended by 8520, reason for extension FCIM-II, 1-2.4.2, XGDS 2 and 3, date of review for declassification January 23, 1999.

Armed and dangerous – suicidal tendencies.

Originally posted on August 3rd, 2020.

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