Serial 1641

United States Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Memorandum
Date: 1/14/79
To: Mr. Gow
From: [name deleted]

Subject: RYMUR

[Name deleted], U.S. Department of State, telephonically advised 1/4/79, that Stanley Clayton left Guyana via flight 942, KLM. He will arrive in Miami 1:30 p.m., today. SA [name deleted] telephonically advised.

SAC Bill D. Williams, Miami, advised 8:05 a.m.

Bob Oglesby, Guyana, at 8:48 a.m. furnished description of Stanley Roy Clayton, which is as follows: DOB: [deleted]; POB: [city name deleted], California; American Passport Number [deleted]; Race: Black; Height: 5’10”; Weight: 180 lbs.

Oglesby stated Clayton was in Jonestown when the suicides began and went into the jungle returning to Jonestown when everyone was dead. He recovered his passport and at that time heard one shot, fleeing again into the jungle.

Clayton has changed his story several times, however, was paid by the “National Enquirer,” San Francisco, for his story. Oglesby stated Clayton would be a good witness to the incident. SA [name deleted].

SAC, Bill D. Williams, Miami, advised 9:00 a.m. to contact ASAC Lawrence G. Lawler, San Francisco, regarding background of Clayton before Clayton is interviewed at his arrival in Miami.

Originally posted on May 2nd, 2018.

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