The search for Jimmy Hoffa’s body continues

Published on September 17th, 2009 | by Admin


FBI agents have been excavating a lumberyard in Detroit, possibly searching for the long-long remains of Jimmy Hoffa.

Hoffa, the long-time president of the powerful International Brotherhood of Teamsters union, was last seen in 1975 outside a suburban Detroit restaurant called “The Red Fox.” Though the FBI won’t discuss the investigation, there are a couple of reasons why speculation abounds that officials are looking for Hoffa’s body.

ABC station WXYZ reported Monday that the investigators at the site could be seen carrying binders that said “Big Dig 2.” In May 2006, a search for Hoffa at a farm in Milford, Mich., was known as the “Big Dig.”

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