0 170914Z JAN 79
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) (P) (SQD 10)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) IMMEDIATE
SAN JUAN (89-436) IMMEDIATE (SJ VIA FBIHQ)
BQMRA (89-465 )
RYMUR, 00: SAN FRANCISCO
Re Director teletype to San Francisco, January 15, 1979; BQMRA teletype to Director, January 16, 1979; San Francisco telephone call to SA [name deleted], San Juan, January 16, 1979.
Investigation has established that Michael Touchette and Carl Barnett were deported from Port of Spain, Trinidad, as undesirables on January 16, 1979, and returned to Georgetown, Guyana. Information developed from FAA security personnel arriving from Guyana interviewed JFK International Airport evening of January 16, 1979, that Charles Touchette has been
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deported from Trinidad and scheduled to depart Port of Spain 11:00 PM flight to Georgetown, Guyana, January 16, 1979. Further advised that Michael Touchette and Carl Barnett plan to meet with Charles Touchette in Barbados on January 17, 1979.
Investigation determined that Albert Touchette is the son of Charles Touchette and brother of Michael Touchette. Albert Touchette has been positively identified as one of the assassins of Congressman Ryan at Port Kaituma, Guyana. In addition, information developed from numerous sources that as part of the People’s Temple (PT) “last stand” plan in the event of Jim Jones’ death, assigned surviving PT members are instructed to murder defecting members and assassinate public officials. Recognized psychiatrist, authority on “cults”, has advised that in view of over 900 murders committed in Guyana at the instruction of Jim Jones, above “last stand” plan should be taken seriously.
Lead. San Juan. At Barbados. Should immediately advise US Consulate re above information for dissemination to local authorities. In the event above individuals are not refused entry or deported from Barbados, every effort should be made
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to interview Michael Touchette, DOB January 11, 1953, Carl Barnett, DOB [deleted], and reinterview Charles Touchette, DOB September 28, 1930.
Armed and dangerous. Suicidal tendencies.