Serial 1724

0 192307Z JAN 79
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) (P) (SQ. 10)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) IMMEDIATE
BQMRA (89-495) IMMEDIATE
MIAMI (89-179) IMMEDIATE
WFO (89-750) IMMEDIATE (WFO VIA FBIHQ)
BT
UNCLAS EFTO
RYMUR

Review of San Francisco files reflects the following PT survivors currently in Guyana:

Adams, Paula, DOB – January 3, 1949
Barnett, Carl Henry, DOB – [deleted]
Beikman, Charles, DOB – August 13, 1935
Douglas, Calvin, DOB – [deleted]
Ingram, Marion Lee, DOB – [deleted]
Jones, Stephen [Stephan] a.k.a. – “Gandhi”, DOB – June 1, 1959

PAGE TWO SF 89-250 UNCLAS EFTO

Layton, Lawrence [Laurence] John, DOB – January 11, 1946
Touchette, Deborah Ruth, DOB – [deleted]
Touchette, Michael Jon, DOB – January 11, 1953
Yates, Johnnie Mae aka – “Nedra”, September 28, 1924

AUSA and San Francisco FBI are desirous to have PT survivors returning from Guyana to the U.S. photographed, fingerprinted and interviewed.

BQMRA and Miami, if not already done, are requested to make arrangements with local INS and/or Customs to facilitate photographing, fingerprinting and interviewing if and when survivors arrived at respective airports.

WFO. In view of the fact that previously submitted INS lookouts are not effective, WFO is requested to contact INS headquarters and furnish above list of remaining survivors and request a more expeditious notification of all U.S. port of entries to ensure immediate notification to FBI, arrival of surviving PT members.

“Armed and dangerous. Suicidal tendencies”.

BT

Originally posted on May 1st, 2018.

Last modified on November 30th, 2020.
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