Serial 660

0 302102Z NOV 78
FM DALLAS (89-2505) P
TO DIRECTOR FBI (89-4286) ROUTINE
FBI SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) ROUTINE
FBI ST. LOUIS (89-108) ROUTINE
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UNCLAS
RYMUR, 00: SAN FRANCISCO

Re Bureau teletype to Dallas and San Francisco November 24, 1878, and St. Louis teletype to Bureau, interested offices, November 30, 1978.

It is noted that the time [name deleted] initially contacted Naval Investigative Service, [name deleted] made no mention of being approached to travel to country of Guyana. [name deleted] additionally furnished information to NISO which substantially differed factually from information subsequently furnished to FBI.

In view of information contained in referenced St. Louis

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which pointed out [name deleted] bizarre past behavior and severe mental problems, UACB [Unless Advised to Contrary by the Bureau] Dallas taking no further investigative action regarding [name deleted] allegations.

It has additionally been determined that [name deleted] is currently on appeal bond as a result of his arrest for aggravated assault of a female in Denton, Texas, in the past. The facts of this assault are that [name deleted] forced female, at knife point, to commit oral sex act.

Appropriate local authorities are being advised of [name deleted] mental deficiencies and potential impulsive violent behavior.

On November 30, 1978, SA [name deleted], US Secret Service, Dallas, Texas, advised of above information pertaining to [name deleted].

Armed and dangerous; suicidal.

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Originally posted on April 14th, 2019.

Last modified on July 17th, 2022.
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