SUN REPORTER, OCT. 5, 1978, MARK LANE PRESS CONFERENCE
"Jonestown is a model community. Lane's visits there gave him a glimpse of the future."
"1200 Americans fled in search of human rights not available to them in the ghettos of America."
"The government of Guyana is particularly pleased by the success of the People's Temple, since it is a model for other Caribbean countries to follow.""Formerly impoverished people are living together without crime, drugs, or hopelessness."
(only $3,000,000 cash in one trunk)
"The concentration camp charges against Jonestown were false."
Lane hinted he would be filing a multi-million-dollar suit against the government, the FBI, CIA, State Dept, Internal Revenue, Treasury Department, Postal Service. Government agencies "were embarrassed because of Jonestown success," Lane.
NEWS RELEASE FROM PEOPLE'S TEMPLE, Oct. 21, 1978
"Charles Garry, attorney for Rev. Jones and People Temple, enthusiastically refers to the community where racism, sexism, ageism have been overcome as an answer to a better life."
Don Freed, author, said, "Martin Luther King, if he could see Jonestown, would recognize it as the next step in his agenda, and say, "One, two, three, many more Jonestowns."
THINK OF THIS: TWO MEMBERS OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION, KNOWING OF MURDER, SUICIDE, MASS DEATHS IN ADVANCE, FOOD POISENING, ETC. WRITING THE ABOVE!!!!! THERE WERE HUNDREDS OF PAGES OF COMPLAINTS OF TORTURE, STEALING LIFE SAVINGS, CRUELTY, MIND CONTROL, DEPRIVATION, RACISM, HATRED OF BLACKS.