TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (89-4286)
FROM: SAC, MEMPHIS (89-110) (P)
(00: San Francisco)
Enclosed for the San Francisco Office are the following:
Two copies of FD-302 containing results of interview of Mark Lane on 11/27/78;
Two copies of FD-302 containing results of interview of Mark Lane on 11/25/78;
Original and one copy of FD-302 containing results of interview of Mark Lane on 11/29/78;
Two copies of FD-302 containing results of FD-302 interview of [name deleted] on 11/25/78;
Additional FD-302s are in preparation and will be promptly submitted to the San Francisco Office when completed.
It is noted that Mark Lane made available to ASAC Richard H. Blay a manuscript comprised of 49 pages which recounts his recollection of the events leading to and during the massacre in Jonestown, Guyana. Lane stressed the need to keep contents confidential. Lane was assured that dissemination would be held to an absolute minimum consistent with the FBI’s investigative needs but under no conditions would the contents be divulged.