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Jimmy Hoffa MURDER WEAPON Could Be Buried In Detroit Backyard: New Photos Reveal Location Of Concrete Graveyard THREE MILES From Where Labor Boss Was Last Seen Alive

A bombshell new report has detailed the potential site where the FBI could dig for Jimmy Hoffa's murder weapon.According to the website Knewz, law enforcement has been told the gun used to kill the legendary labor leader lies in a graveyard located in the backyard of a private residence in Franklin, Michigan.Hoffa disappeared in Detroit on July 30, 1975.In intriguing new details in the longstanding mystery, the house where the weapon is thought to be buried once belonged to longtime Detroit mob associate Leonard “Little Lenny” Schultz.The location is only a three-mile car ride from the shopping plaza parking lot...
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FBI won’t give up effort to solve the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa

The latest search at a site in Jersey City, New Jersey early last month came up empty, but its undertaking shows the dedication and determination of the bureau to solve the iconic case that started when the legendary labor leader vanished in Detroit 47 years ago today. He was believed to be on his way to a meeting with two top Detroit and New Jersey Mobsters.
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Latest Jimmy Hoffa Search Under Jersey City Bridge Comes Up Empty: FBI

JERSEY CITY, NJ — The latest search for Jimmy Hoffa turned up nothing after federal officials dug up a Jersey City landfill last month, the FBI said Thursday. Officials first dug under the Pulaski Skyway near Jersey City late last year after rumors spread he was in a metal drum in that area. Officials then searched the landfill area again last month. But like so many previous searches, officials said that they found nothing of interest either last October or this past June.
JERSEY CITY, NJ

Can We Stop Looking For Jimmy Hoffa, Please?

Another fruitless search for the dead '70s Labor leader leads me to ask this question: is it worth the money and time wasted?. Jimmy Hoffa Disappeared From Outside A Detroit Restaurant In 1975. On his way to meet with reputed Detroit mob enforcer Anthony “Tony Jack” Giacalone and alleged New...
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Search For Body Of Jimmy Hoffa Under Pulaski Skyway Continues

JERSEY CITY, NJ — A search in a Jersey City landfill last month for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa, the former Teamsters Union leader who's rumored to have been killed by the mob in 1975, turned up nothing, the FBI said Thursday. But another lead suggests his body could still be buried nearby.
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Events in disappearance of former Teamsters head Jimmy Hoffa

A chronology of events in the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, former president of the Teamsters union: July 30, 1975 — Hoffa leaves his Lake Orion home about 1 p.m. and makes a stop to visit a friend in Pontiac. He arrives around 2 p.m. at the Machus Red Fox restaurant in Oakland County’s Bloomfield Township to meet reputed Detroit mob enforcer Anthony “Tony Jack” Giacalone and alleged New Jersey mob figure Anthony “Tony Pro” Provenzano. Hoffa calls his wife, Josephine, about 2:15 p.m. from a pay phone and tells her no one showed up for his meeting. The 62-year-old Hoffa never is seen or heard from again. Aug. 8, 1975
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No sign of Jimmy Hoffa under New Jersey bridge, FBI says

The FBI found no evidence of missing Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa during a search of land under a New Jersey bridge, a spokeswoman said Thursday. The Pulaski Skyway now becomes another dead end in the decades long mystery that has stretched from a Michigan horse farm to the East Coast: Where are the remains of one of America's most powerful labor leaders?
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No evidence of former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa found under New Jersey bridge

DETROIT — The FBI found no evidence of missing Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa during a search of land under a New Jersey bridge, a spokeswoman said Thursday. The Pulaski Skyway now becomes another dead end in the decades-long mystery that has stretched from a Michigan horse farm to the East Coast: Where are the remains of one of America’s most powerful labor leaders? The 47-year riddle turned last year to land next to a former landfill under the bridge in Jersey City. The FBI conducted a search there in early June. “Nothing of evidentiary value was discovered during that search,” said Mara Schneider, an FBI spokeswoman in Detroit. “While...
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FBI Comes Up Empty After Search for Jimmy Hoffa Under New Jersey Bridge

Acting on a tip, the FBI conducted a search of a former landfill under a New Jersey bridge for the body of missing Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa and came up empty. “Nothing of evidentiary value was discovered during that search,” Detroit FBI spokeswoman Mara Schneider said in a statement issued to Deadline Detroit Thursday night.
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