Nov 29, 78 • 2210 • Winnipeg-State • 557

[Editor’s note: This document was released both as a State Department cable as part of its 1981 FOIA release, and as Serial 691 of the FBI’s RYMUR release.

[One of the subjects of this serial whose name is deleted is Linda Lou Oolman, a woman unconnected to Peoples Temple, but whose mother inquired about her whereabouts. The name is released in the subject line, if nowhere else. The deleted information from the memorandum – designated by brackets – has been indicated by red type.]

UNCLASSIFIED

[Listing of agencies receiving informational copies on pdf]

0 292210Z NOV 78
FM AMCONSUL WINNIPEG
TO SECSTATE WASHDC 2450
UNCLAS WINNIPEG 557
E.O. 11652: N/A
TAGS: CASC, CA (OOLMAN, LINDA LOU)
SUBJ: POSSIBLE JONESTOWN GUYANA VICTIM

[NAME DELETED] INQUIRED AT THIS OFFICE ABOUT HER DAUGHTER, [2 LINES DELETED RELATED TO LINDA LOU OOLMAN], DPOB [INFORMATION DELETED], SEPTEMBER 19, 1952, AND [LINE DELETED] DPOB FEB. 8, 1972, [INFORMATION DELETED] BELIEVES [LINDA OOLMAN] HAD US PASSPORT. [NAME DELETED] BELIEVES HER DAUGHTER AND GRANDCHILD WERE IN GUYANA IN THE JONESTOWN CAMP. [NAME DELETED] KNOWS HER DAUGHTER WAS A MEMBER OF THE PEOPLE’S TEMPLE FROM LETTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. POST WOULD APPRECIATE RECEIVING ANY INFORMATION WHICH DEPARTMENT OR GEORGETOWN MAY BE ABLE TO PROVIDE ON THIS CASE.

CARPENTER

Originally posted on March 16th, 2020.

Last modified on July 1st, 2022.
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