Serial 2079

R 060240Z APR 79
FM FBI WASHINGTON FIELD (89-570) (P)
TO DIRECTOR FBI (89-4286) ROUTINE
SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) ROUTINE (SF VIA FBIHQ)
BT
UNCLAS
RYMUR

Re SF teletype to Bureau, April 2, 1979.

On April 3, 1979, [Name deleted], United States (US) Capitol Police, Washington, DC (WDC), was advised of the contents of referenced teletype. [Name deleted], in view of the nature of the threats, requested the race, description, current address, and photograph of the surviving three individuals.

Washington Field indices reflect no references indicating that a passport application has been received from US Department of State (USDS).

On April 3, 1979, [Name deleted], USDS, FOIA unit, advised that Brown, Crym, and Beck did not appear on the USDS lists of survivors or deceased members of the PT. Later, [Name deleted],

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advised that Brown did not apply for a passport until December, 1976. Crym applied for a passport on May 1, 1975, and indicated she was going to South America for two weeks vacation. Bonnie Jean Beck applied for a passport on December 30, 1974, and indicated the same travel plans to South America. [Name deleted] said that he would have these passport applications available for review on April 4, 1979.

Leads. San Francisco. At San Francisco, California. Will advise Washington Field of current or last known address of Brown, Crym, and Beck if known for dissemination to US Capitol Police, WDC.

Washington Field Will furnish US Capitol Police with passport photograph and description when furnished by USDS.

Armed and dangerous. Suicidal tendencies.

BT

Originally posted on August 7th, 2020.

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