Summary prepared by Fielding M. McGehee III. If you use this material, please credit The Jonestown Institute. Thank you.
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FBI Catalogue: Unidentified Individuals Speaking
FBI preliminary tape identification note: Labeled in part “Don Russia tape”
Date cues on tape: None
People named: None
Bible verses cited: None
(Note: The Russian on this tape was initially reviewed by Paul VanDeCarr. The editors gratefully acknowledge his invaluable assistance.)
This relatively short commercial Russian language education tape includes lessons in everyday phrases, such as “Do you speak Russian?” “Yes, a lot,” “I speak very slowly.”
Date of transcription: 6/5/79
In connection with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s investigation into the assassination of U.S. Congressman LEO J. RYAN at Port Kaituma, Guyana, South America, on November 18, 1978, a tape recording was obtained. This tape recording was located in Jonestown, Guyana, South America, and was turned over to U.S. Officials in Guyana and subsequently transported to the United States.
On May 28, 1979, Special Agent (name deleted) reviewed the tape numbered 1B69-34. This tape was found to contain the following:
A foreign language lesson.
Differences with FBI Summary:
Tape originally posted September 2003