Serial 675

[Editor’s note: One of the subjects of this serial whose name is deleted is Jonestown survivor Aaron Hendricks, whose name was released as part of the original FOIA release in 2000. The deleted information from the memorandum – designated by brackets – which is known to the editor has been indicated by red type.]

0 302355Z NOV 78
FM ST. LOUIS (89-108) (P)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) (ROUTINE)
SAN FRANCISCO (89-258) [((89-250)] (ROUTINE)
BT
UNCLAS
RYMUR, 00: SAN FRANCISCO

Re St. Louis teletype to the Bureau, November 30, 1978.

For info of the Bureau and San Francisco review of St. Louis indices reflect two IO fugitives currently residing in Georgetown, Guyana, and employed by Guyana National Service Center. Cases entitled [information deleted] aka – fugitive, IO number [deleted] UFAP – forcible rape, Bufiel [Bufile] number 88-45609, St. Louis file 8-8021, 00: St. Louis; and case entitled [information deleted] aka – fugitive, IO number [deleted] UFAP – conspiracy to commit murder; bail jumping, Bufile 88-51831, New York, number 88-11593, 00: New York.

The confidential source abroad furnished the following information that [name deleted] also known as [name deleted] and [name deleted]

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[name deleted] still held the rank of Lieutenant in the Guyana National Service. Numerous correspondence with Legat Caracas indicates that the Government of Guyana was affording protection to these individuals as “black political refugees” from United States.

On November 30, 1978, [name deleted], mother of, and [name deleted], grandmother of [name and address deleted] [Arron [Aaron] Arthur Hendricks], St. Louis, Mo., contacted and they advised that they had not heard when he is returning from Guyana. [name deleted] advised that accompanying her grandson in Jonestown, Guyana, was her niece, Margaret Jones [likely Margaret James], a black female approximately fifty-nine years of age. She advised that she has not received any word regarding her niece to as deceased. She advised that this individual had a stomach operation several years back and that should medical records be necessary for implication of the body Doctor [name deleted] of San Francisco, Calif., further address unknown, would be able to furnish records, also neighbor, [name deleted], San Francisco, Calif., telephone number [deleted] could furnish name of dentist who attended Margaret Jones.

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San Francisco, at San Francisco, Calif., will consider contacting Doctor [name deleted] and [name deleted], telephone number [deleted] if deemed necessary to identify remains of Margaret Jones.

Armed and dangerous; suicidial [suicidal].

BT

Originally posted on April 14th, 2019.

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