Serial 438

0 270142Z NOV 78
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) (P) (SQ. 10)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) IMMEDIATE
BT
UNCLAS
ATTENTION: CID COMMAND POST
RYMUR

SAN FRANCISCO DAILY SUMMARY

Beverly and Howard Oliver, victims of Guyana shooting, will arrive at Travis Air Force Base, California, at 6:05 PM, on November 26, 1978, via USAF medevac, flight number 1614. Olivers will be transported from Travis Air Force Base to Mt. Zion Hospital, SF, via King American Ambulance Service. Major Jack Shelton, COP, Travis Air Force Base, coordinating security with California Highway Patrol (CHP) and San Francisco Police Department (SFPD). CHP advised this office that they will escort the

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ambulance and the Olivers to Mt. Zion Hospital.

Columbia office furnished copy of San Francisco teletype, dated November 25, 1978, to Bureau, which sets forth analysis of conspiracy and copies of FD-302s re interviews with Deborah Layton Blakey, [name deleted], and a copy of affidavit, dated June 13, 1978, by Deborah Layton Blakey also furnished.

Charles Garry, attorney, San Francisco, made available today, a list of People’s Temple (PT) members that reportedly traveled to Guyana.

Summary of PT and its development furnished Bureau for relay to Legat at Georgetown, Guyana.

“Armed and dangerous. Suicidal tendencies”

BT

Originally posted on March 24th, 2019.

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