Peoples Temple Collection; Box 6, Virtual Item 33 - Q29 - Part 1, Radio Transmissions
- Peoples Temple (Organization)
In connection with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s investigation into the assassination of the United States Congressman LEO J. RYAN at Port Kaituma, Guyana, South America, on November 18, 1978, a tape recording was obtained. This tape recording of radio transmissions on amateur radio frequencies was furnished to the FBI by (name deleted). (A marginal note indicates the words were deleted under Freedom of Information Act exemption b7d, "investigatory records compiled for law enforcement purposes … [and which] disclose the identity of a confidential source…") On March 7, 1979, Special Agent (name deleted) reviewed the tape numbered 1B46 #35. This tape was found to contain the following: A. A discussion between two males regarding the repair of a television and replacement of tubes. B. A discussion between two females regarding a letter written by a doctor concerning an ANTHONY . One female wanted to know if the doctor was a friend of ANTHONY ‘s. C. A male and female discussing medical problems of various individuals and possible surgery, D. There was some discussion of showing a movie. This tape was reviewed, and nothing was contained thereon which was considered to be of evidentiary nature or beneficial to the investigation of Congressman RYAN. There is no summary or transcript of this recording, but a full index is available on the Alternative Considerations of Jonestown website.
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Original audio cassette tape recording digitized and made available as .mp3 audio file.
Publisher: The Jonestown Institute