TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (89-4286)
FROM: SAC, BALTIMORE (89-173) –P-
Enclosed for the Bureau one copy and for San Francisco the original and seven copies of an FD-302 re receipt of bullet fragments removed from Jacqueline Speier.
Armed and dangerous; suicidal tendencies
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Date of transcription 11/30/78
At 3:30 AM on November 20, 1978, Special Agent (SA) [name deleted] was called to the operating room at the Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews Air Force Base by Doctor [name deleted] who had just completed surgery on victim Jackie Speiers. Doctor [name deleted] gave SA [name deleted] small fragments of an unknown caliber bullet on a gauze pad. Also, Doctor [name deleted] provided a 2 1/2 to 3 inch long strip of grayish material, also on a gauze pad, which he said he removed from Mr. Speiers’ forearm. Doctor [name deleted] stated that the material appeared to be of a plastic composition, possibly from luggage. Doctor [name deleted] stated that the victim was in very critical condition and was being returned to the intensive care unit.
The victim sustained at least two moons to the upper right arm, at least two to the upper right thigh [2 lines deleted].
Doctor [name deleted] and Doctor [name deleted] both stated that the wounds sustained by Miss Speiers were from a high velocity weapon, possibly an M-16 or similar type weapon. Miss Speiers’ condition was complicated [2 lines deleted]. She had a “massive injury which will require removal to the Brooks Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas where she will be placed in a hyperbolic oxygen chamber to combat the rapidly spreading infection.”