[Both the State Department and FBI withheld several names from this cable.]
[Listing of agencies receiving informational copies on pdf]
0 012230Z DEC 78
FM AMEMBASSY GEORGETOWN
TO SECSTATE WASHDC NIACT IMMEDIATE 8312
UNCLAS GEORGETOWN 4071
E.O. 12065: N/A
TAGS: CASC, GY, (PEOPLES’ TEMPLE)
SUBJECT: GUYANESE POLICE RELEASE MORE SURVIVORS
1) Assistant Police Commissioner Cecil Roberts has just notified Embassy that the following survivors, presently at the Park Hotel, are free to leave Guyana: Edith Parks, Julius Evans, [additional names deleted].
2) All have signed standard (7FAM) promissory notes and will be repatriated tomorrow, December 2, 1978, on Pan Am lfight [flight] 228. This flight departs Georgetown at 1300L [local time] and is scheduled to arrive at JFK (New York) at 1845L.
3) Please notify HEW, FBI, and JFK Immigration and Customs.
Burke [John Burke, American ambassador to Guyana]