Serial 2735

R 210000Z AUG 86
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89A-250) (P)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) (PRIORITY)
SAN JUAN (PRIORITY)
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UNCLAS
ATTENTION: PERSONAL CRIMES UNIT
RYMUR: MAJOR CASE 16; 00: SAN FRANCISCO

FBIHQ is requested to relay the following teletype to the Department of Justice, US State Department and FBI, San Juan.

In the matter of the United States vs. Larry Layton scheduled for trial September 18, 1986, two witnesses from Guyana are needed from October 6, 1986, through October 17, 1986. These witnesses are Inspector Jug Mahon in care of American Consulate, Georgetown, Guyana, and Mortimer Kansinally, Port Kaituma, Northwest Territory, Guyana, South America.

Department of Justice has been requested through the United

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States Attorney’s office in San Francisco to authorize the American Embassy, Georgetown, Guyana, to coordinate travel and financially assist above witnesses. In addition In the city requested subsistence necessary in Georgetown as well as partial advance (amount allowed by law). Advance should be made in cash or traveler checks.

Department of Justice was further requested to authorize the United States Marshal’s office in San Francisco to advance upon request of witnesses, up to two days fee/per diem on a continuing basis.

American Embassy Georgetown should be aware that the dates furnished above are flexible depending on available transportation. Arrival and departure should be scheduled on or about those dates.

American Embassy Georgetown should furnish FBI, San Francisco witness itinerary and advise witnesses that they will be met in San Francisco to assist in transportation and lodging.

The Bureau is requested to relay the above to the United States State Department, Bureau of Consular Affairs,

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CA/SI/CCS, attention: [name deleted].

The Bureau is requested to relay above to Department of Justice, attention [name deleted], Chief of Special Authorization Unit, Justice Management Division.

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Originally posted on November 18th, 2020.

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