Serial 1691

FBI Airtel

Date 1/16/79

TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (89-4286)
FROM: SAC, BROOKLYN QUEENS (89-495) (P)
SUBJECT: RYMUR

ReNYtelcall to San Francisco, 1/10/79.

Enclosed for San Francisco is original and two copies and for the Bureau to copies of FD-302 pertaining to [name deleted].

[Page 2]

FD-302

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Date of transcription 1/8/79

[name deleted] furnished the following information to Special Agents (SAs) [names deleted] at the Brooklyn/Queens Metropolitan Resident Agency (BQMRA) on January 3, 1979:

[6 paragraphs almost completely withheld]

Adams [2 lines deleted] made purchases of machinery, generators, compactors, four-wheel-drive vehicles and related equipment for the PT.

[Page 2 of FD-302; page 3 of serial]
BQ 89-495

[2 paragraphs withheld]

[Name deleted] advised that Adams told him she held the position of Administrative Assistant within the PT. [3 lines deleted] she slept and lived in her office at the PT Georgetown facility at all times indicating that she had little to do with the other PT members who according to [name deleted] lived in very cramped quarters with 50-75 people occupying a standard sized dwelling.

[5 lines deleted] Adams left Lamaha Gardens for Jonestown for approximately a four month period between February and June, 1978. When she returned to Georgetown, [several words deleted], she had lost a lot of weight. It appeared she had been working very hard and had gone through some type of ordeal.

During Adams[‘] absence Debbie Touchette performed her duties in Georgetown.

[Paragraph withheld]

[Page 3 of FD-302; page 4 of serial]
BQ 89-495

The calls made by the PT were often placed out of Guyana with many to the United States. [Balance of paragraph and entirety of next two paragraphs withheld]

[Pages 5-8 of serial represent interview, the substance of which has been withheld in its entirety.]

[Page 9]

FD-302

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Date of transcription 1/3/79

[Name withheld] voluntarily appeared at the Queens Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with his attorney [name deleted]. [Name deleted] advised that he felt he had some valuable information regarding the Peoples Temple (PT) Church and Guyana. [4 lines deleted] advised that he feared for his life and the lives of his family, if he should have to return to Guyana. [Name withheld] was advised by Special Agent (SA) [Name withheld] that the FBI could make no promises to him regarding his status with US Immigration. [Name withheld] stated that he would continue to resolve this problem through his attorney, and [Name withheld] furnished the following information.

[Balance of interview, including notation of six pages listed on page 10 of serial, withheld]

[Page 11]

FD-302

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Date of transcription 1/16/79

[Name withheld] was interviewed at the Queens Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and [Name withheld] furnished the following information:

[2 paragraphs deleted]

[2 lines deleted] stated that he and his family will have to find a new place to live. [Name withheld] stated that should he be forced to leave this country, he would probably relocate somewhere in [location deleted], however, he would not to return to Guyana because he fears for his life.

Originally posted on May 1st, 2018.

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