- Chapter Opening: Passport Number B-2362296 -
n late December 1971, armed with his new US Army issued identification card and accompanying piles of Army paper with the Jensen name and Social Security numbers all over them, Private Jensen stopped off in Berkeley, California with a panel truck, to clean up his belongings from the rooming house owned by Leonard Coats at 1314 Poe St. and on December 20 he also picked up a new passport.
From a Brazilian Federal Police document, their government and presumably others were not informed until August 10, 1972 that Jensen (Passport No. B-2362296) might be stopping by or passing through.Note: The footnotes here begin at 1, but in the book they begin at 1 in the beginning and increase throughout the book, they do not restart by chapter.
 In 1979, every Army anything I had was emblazoned with my name and SSAN, even my duffle bags.
 New York Times, January 14, 1972.
 San Francisco Examiner, “Bay Address – Alias Traced Bank Bomber”, January 15, 1972.
This chapter continues with a translation of the Brazilian Federal Police documents. Images of the original are in the Documents chapter of the book.