0 192127Z DEC 78
FM FBI WASHINGTON FIELD (89-570) (P)
TO DIRECTOR FBI (89-4286) PRIORITY
FBI NEW YORK (89-495) (NY VIA FBIHQ) PRIORITY
FBI SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) (SF VIA FBIHQ) PRIORITY
Re WFO teletype to Bureau, December 14, 1978, Bureau airtels to WFO dated, December 8, 1978, and December 7, 1978, and BQ teletype to Bureau, December 13, 1978.
[Name deleted], Federal Communications Commission, Security, advised, December 15, 1978, the only licensed ham radio operator with the name [Name deleted] is assigned call letters [deleted] with the address of [deleted], New Jersey [zip code deleted] (refer to Brooklyn-Queens teletype.)
Inquiry on December 18, 1978, at 1029 Vermont Avenue, N.W., Room 300, telephone number [deleted] determined that [Name deleted] was not in. The responding individual said the organization, the U.S. Labor Party had much information
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on the PT, and that [Name deleted] was not really the one that should be interviewed. He said that most of the information was in New York and that he would have a representative in New York contact the Washington Field agent to make arrangements for interview either in New York or Washington, D. C. A representative of the New York office was scheduled to come to Washington, D. C. next week. (Refer to Bureau airtel dated December 8, 1978. No copy to New York)
Bureau advised by airtel dated, December 8, 1978, the FBI Headquarters liaison officer, United States Department of State, [Name deleted] was informed by [Name deleted], Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, United States Department of State on December 7, 1978, he had been telephonically contacted on December 5, 1978, by [Name deleted], who indicated she was affiliated with the U. S. Labor Party and a publication called the “Executive Intelligence Review”. She had information regarding [Name deleted, likely related to false rumor regarding Temple survivor Philip Blakey] reportedly is a marksman and served as a mercenary in Angola in 1974-75. “Executive Intelligence Review” has published information regarding cults, including articles on the PT subsequent to the tragic events in Guyana.
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On December 8, 1978, [Name deleted], telephone [deleted], telephonically contacted Washington Field and advised she was with the Security Section of the U. S. Labor Party in New York and was calling in response to a prior inquiry by Washington Field at the U.S. Labor Party in Washington, D. C. [Name deleted] said that SA [Name deleted] (ph) of the New York office had contacted [Name deleted] also of the Security Section of the U. S. Labor Party in New York, shortly after the Jonestown incident and SA [Name deleted] have been verbally agreed on the information available to the U. S. Labor Party. The U. S. Labor Party has several documents they believe would be of value to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which would be available for purchase, regarding the PT, other cults of a potential nature, drug smuggling by the PT, and [word deleted]. The U. S. Labor Party is also willing to furnish unpublished material in the possession, realizing the “limited intelligence capabilities available to the Federal Bureau of Investigation under the guidelines.”
As the information of the Labor Party is in New York,
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[Name deleted] was advised that she would be contacted by a New York agent who would accept any information they desired to furnish.
Investigation Washington, D. C. to locate Captain [Name deleted], United States Marine Corps, and [Name deleted] has determined that [Name deleted] resigned at [address deleted, Washington, D.C., apartment [number deleted] until May, 1978, when he vacated the apartment owing back rent. The Pollinger Realty Company, Washington, DC turned the account over for collection to the Eastern Credit Association, 5010 Sunnyside Avenue, Beltsville, Maryland, telephone number 345-5100. After talking to several people at the company in a telephone contact, and finally an individual who purported to be handling the [Name deleted] account, it was determined that further inquiry to locate [Name deleted] would not be productive to captioned matter and the Federal Bureau of Investigation would have no interest in locating [Name deleted] in view of the nature of this inquiry, full details of the investigation regarding [Name deleted] will be made a matter of
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record at Washington Field, but will not be furnished to San Francisco Division since this only involves a debt collection. (Refer to Bureau airtel dated December 7, 1978.)
New York at New York. Will contact [Name deleted], U. S. Labor Party, telephone number [deleted] and accept information they desire to furnish, UACB [Unless Advised to Contrary by the Bureau].
At BQMRA. Will evaluate information regarding ham radio operator, [Name deleted] and conduct appropriate investigation.
Armed and dangerous; suicidal tendencies.