Wednesday, July 23, 2014


(Phil Blakey was conveniently with the basketball team in Georgetown, Guyana when the mass murders took place.)

Deborah Layton Blakey

Creepy CIA Spook Deborah Layton Blakey

Now it's very important to understand that Deborah Layton Blakey was the main person who was a "defector" of Peoples Temple and was telling the Media that the Peoples Temple members
were practicing faked suicides and giving death threats to people who wanted to leave. She even wrote a book about it and s

Affidavit of Deborah Layton Blakey

In May 1978, Deborah Layton Blakey, a Temple financial secretary and one of Jim Jones' most trusted aides, traveled from Jonestown to Georgetown, Guyana and went to the American Embassy, where she sought refuge. An airline ticket from her family was waiting for her, and after giving a statement to Embassy Consul Richard McCoy about conditions in Jonestown, Blakey left for the United States. About a month later, she issued a longer affidavit with more details on her earlier allegations.

The affidavit became an important document in the campaign of the Concerned Relatives to bring attention to their cause, and helped Congressman Leo Ryan in his decision to go to Guyana six months later. For the same reason, the affidavit – and its author – became anathema in the Jonestown community. A number of handwritten notes recovered in Jonestown following the deaths in November 1978 detail violent fantasies of killing Blakey, and several Jonestown tapes – including Q 279, Q 359, and Q 284 – reflect the impact of the defection upon the Jonestown community.

Affidavit of Deborah Layton Blakey, RYMUR 89-4286-B-2-d-3

"Wreck of the Albert Pike Memorial Scottish Rite temple on Geary above Fillmore. It was built, and later occupied by Jim Jones’ Peoples Temple. The building was wrecked again during the 1989 earthquake and demolished. The adjoining synagogue was also rebuilt, but was destroyed by fire shortly before teh 1989 disaster. The site is now occupied by a U.S. Postal Service office. "

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