Serial 2729x

R 022330Z JUN 86
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89A-250) (P) (SQUAD 10)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) (ROUTINE)
SAN JUAN (ROUTINE)
BT
UNCLAS
RYMUR, MAJOR CASE 16; 00: SAN FRANCISCO

On May 28, 1986, Chief Judge Robert F. Peckham, US District Court, Northern District of California, postponed Larry Layton trial from June 24, 1986, until September 18, 1986. Jury selection will commence on that date with testimony being taken starting the first week in October. No further postponements are anticipated.

Guianese [Guyanese] witnesses, supernumerary Constable Mortimer Kansanally and former police inspector Jagmohan (Assistant Superintendent of Police) should be so advised. American Embassy, Georgetown, is requested to initiate action that would facilitate appropriate travel documents and transportation for October, 1986.

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FBI Laboratory, Special Projects, Visual Information Specialist [name deleted], is requested to advise San Francisco current status of trial exhibit noting that exhibits will be used during pretrial interview of government witnesses.

The Bureau is requested to relay the above to the United States State Department, Bureau of Consular Affairs, CA/SI/CCS, attention: [name deleted].

BT

Originally posted on November 18th, 2020.

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