FBI Investigates Jimmy Hoffa’s Rests under Jersey City Bridge: There are reports

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The FBI reportedly looked for the remains of former Teamsters union boss Jimmy Hoffa under a Jersey City, New Jersey, bridge last month, CNN reported.

Hoffa disappeared at the age of 62 in July 1975. His last sighting was outside the Machus Red Fox restaurant, Michigan. Since then, he is believed to have died.

The October search came about after a tip was passed down from a worker on his deathbed in 2020, who said he buried Hoffa in a steel drum when he was a teenager, just outside the former PJP Landfill, now Skyway Park, the New York Times said.

The FBI’s Detroit bureau in conjunction with the field offices of Newark obtained a search warrant to conduct a “site survey”In a statement obtained by CNN, FBI Special Agent Mara Schneider stated that she was working under the Pulaski skyway.

“On October 25th & 26th, FBI personnel from the Newark and Detroit field offices completed the survey and that data is currently being analyzed,”Schneider made the statement to CNN. “Because the affidavit in support of the search warrant was sealed by the court, we are unable to provide any additional information.”

The area where Hoffa’s remains are suspected to be is now a Little League baseball field under a three-mile bridge in an industrial area, The Guardian reported. The location of the bridge is where the opening of “The Sopranos” was filmed.

Hoffa’s story was featured in the acclaimed 2019 Martin Scorsese film, “The Irishman,” starring Al Pacino as the wayward boss, and Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci as the men who could have brought him down. It is based on the book, “I Heard You Paint Houses,”Frank Sheeran, a former official of the Teamsters.

Sheeran claimed Hoffa was shot to death by him in 2003, while he was still on his deathbed.

It was 1975 when Hoffa, the head of Teamsters union, disappeared. This was the most mysterious incident in the country. There were dozens of theories as to his fate, including the idea that his body was hidden under the Giants Stadium’s end zone. Hoffa’s remains have never been discovered.

Hoffa was one the most powerful men of his generation and the country during his peak years. Hoffa was a powerful man in his day. “The Irishmen”He was thought to be as big as Elvis in 1950s and The Beatles during 1960s.

 

 

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