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JONES AT JONESTOWN - Rev. Jimmy Jones, founder of People's temple, clasps an unidentified man at Jonestown, Nov. 18, 1978,  during Congressman' Leo J. Ryan's visit. Shortly after, Ryan, newsman Don Harris, Cameraman Bob Brown and San Francisco Examiner photographer Greg Robinson, who took this photo, were killed in ambush at Port Kaituma, Guyana. (AP-Photo/str/Greg Robinson)
Photo by: GREG ROBINSON / SF EXAMINER
JONES AT JONESTOWN - Rev. Jimmy Jones, founder of People's temple, clasps an unidentified man at Jonestown, Nov. 18, 1978, during Congressman' Leo J. Ryan's visit. Shortly after, Ryan, newsman Don Harris, Cameraman Bob Brown and San Francisco Examiner photographer Greg Robinson, who took this photo, were killed in ambush at Port Kaituma, Guyana. (AP-Photo/str/Greg Robinson)

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