Serial 2488

P 182327Z SEPT 80
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) (P) (SQD 10)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) (PRIORITY)
WASHINGTON FIELD OFFICE (PRIORITY)
BROOKLYN QUEENS RA (PRIORITY)
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UNCLAS
RYMUR

In preparation for federal grand jury seeking possible indictment, trial of Larry Layton, US Attorney G. William Hunter, San Francisco, desires interviews with: Bob Flick, NBC News, New York; Steve Sung, NBC soundman, New York; and Charles Krause, Washington correspondent. Previous inquiry has determined that Charles Krause currently is in South America and will return to Washington, DC on September 23, 1980. US Attorney,

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in San Francisco is desirous of conducting all three interviews during same time frame to avoid multiple visits.

US Attorney also desires as evidence, expired passport of Lawrence [Laurence] John Layton, Number F023700. Passport probably in possession of American Embassy, Georgetown.

New York leads being set forth for Brooklyn-Queens because of previous contact with NBC and US Attorney, San Francisco will most likely desire knowledgeable Brooklyn-Queens case agent to be present during interviews.

Leads.

Brooklyn-Queens. At Brooklyn-Queens, New York. Determine current employment and telephone number of Bob Flick and Steve Sung and their availability for interview by US Attorney.

Washington Field. At Washington, DC. Confirm date of September 23, 1980 that Charles Krause will be in US, his length of stay and availability of interview by US Attorney.

2. Request State Department to furnish passport or instruct American Embassy in Guyana to forward passport to Washington for delivery to FBI.

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Originally posted on November 14th, 2020.

Last modified on November 30th, 2020.
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