Serial 672

[Editor’s note: One of the subjects of this serial whose name is deleted is the interviewed subject named Parker, whose name is released on page 2 of the serial. The deleted information from the memorandum – designated by brackets – which is known as a result has been indicated by red type.]

0 011739Z DEC 78
FM TAMPA (89-79) (P)
TO DIRECTOR FBI (89-4286) PRIORITY
SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) PRIORITY
BT
UNCLAS
RYMUR, AFO (A).

Re Alexandria teletype to Bureau, November 28, 1978.

On November 30, 1978, [name and address deleted] [last name Parker], Arcadia, Florida, advised he received phone call on November 21, 1978, from unknown male caller who indicated he was with Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and was inquiring about a [illegible word] Annie Rozynko, [information deleted] said he informed the caller that he did not know any Rozynko and hung up on the caller. Call lasted only seconds.

[Parker] identified Annie Rozynko as [information deleted]

PAGE TWO TP 89-179 UNCLAS

the daughter of [information deleted] Annie Hansen (deceased). He said that family had not seen Rozynko in years until his parents contacted her about two years ago at the Peoples Temple in San Francisco, California, to furnish her a check which was her share of money received for sale of estate property in the Fayetteville, North Carolina, area. Rozynko was the only heir for Annie Hansen’s share of the property.

[Parker] said his father, who is 80 years of age, had mentioned to him that he and his wife had to wait at the Peoples Temple for approximately three hours before Rozynko was escorted by “guards” into an assembly room where they spoke briefly with her. Parker, Sr., mentioned they were never left alone with Rozynko, who appeared very pale and thin in her white robe.

[Parker] sent his family knows of no other information regarding the Peoples Temple.

Tampa. Investigation continuing.

Armed and dangerous.

BT

Originally posted on April 14th, 2019.

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