Saturday, July 20, 2013

CIA Involved In Jonestown Massacre, by Jack Anderson

According to the Jonestown conspiracy theory Wikipedia page,
On September 27, 1980, a column by investigative reporter Jack Anderson was published under the title "CIA Involved In Jonestown Massacre."[10]
That would surely be the same as this: September 27, 1980, The Washington Post, page E45, Ryan Kin: How Much Did U.S. Know? by Jack Anderson, 782 words

Without counting to see if all 782 words are present, here, finally, is the oft-referenced column:

September 27, 1980, The Free Lance-Star [Fredericksburg, Va.] page 4, Ryan's kin believe U.S. aware of Jonestown peril, by Jack Anderson,


June 11, 1980, Los Angeles Times, page OC-A2, Notes May Be Factor in Ryan Death, by Bill Farr, 1,172 words

When Rep. Leo Ryan confronted the Rev. Jim Jones in Guyana, the California congressman had notes with him about the cult leader's 1973 arrest in Los Angeles for lewd conduct.

June 11, 1980, Los Angeles Times, page SD-A2, Ryan Took Notes on Vice Arrest of Jones to Guyana, by Bill Farr, 978 words

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