FBI: No sign of Jimmy Hoffa under New Jersey bridge
DETROIT (AP) — 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 47-year riddle turned last year to land next to a former landfill under the bridge in Jersey City. “Nothing of evidentiary value was discovered during that search,” said Mara Schneider, an FBI spokeswoman in Detroit. Dan Moldea, a journalist who has written extensively about the Hoffa saga, said he was personally briefed by the FBI in a video conference call Thursday. It has been long speculated that Hoffa, who was 62, was killed by enemies because he was planning a Teamsters comeback.mlive.com
‘The Hoffa Wars’ author has new theory about where Jimmy Hoffa’s remains are
‘The Hoffa Wars’ author has new theory about where Jimmy Hoffa’s remains arePublished: November 21, 2019, 11:37 pmWriter Dan Moldea, author of “The Hoffa Wars,” is an expert on the search for Hoffa’s remains and has been on six digs himself. He said he as new information about where Hoffa might be buried.
The Other Mystery: Was Jimmy Hoffa involved in John F. Kennedy's assassination?
But many believe Hoffa also could have been involved in another of the era’s great mysteries—the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. While the Warren Commission concluded that Oswald acted alone, the House Committee believed Oswald likely plotted with others. “I was the first to allege that Hoffa, [Carlos] Marcello, and [Santos] Trafficante had arranged and executed the President’s murder,” said Dan Moldea, author of The Hoffa Wars. Walter Sheridan, a former FBI agent and Robert Kennedy aid during the Hoffa investigations, also believed Oswald was a lone gunman. It’s a historical fact.’”However, the committee never tied Hoffa or anyone else to Oswald and the assassination.