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(The Detroit_News)   FBI investigators still trying to dig up Jimmy Hoffa. I bet he will be in the last place they look   (detroitnews.com) divider line 40
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2013-06-19 01:39:05 PM
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2013-06-19 01:44:37 PM
Repeat?
 
2013-06-19 01:44:46 PM
Well, not if they end up giving up.
 
2013-06-19 01:47:01 PM
Meh. They keep trotting out this half dead old horse every once in awhile as if anyone gives a fark anymore. Maybe he's with Amelia Earhart. Either way, it's a giant waste of federal funds.
 
2013-06-19 01:47:22 PM
no evidence found

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2013-06-19 01:48:19 PM
Hey, lighten up.  This is one of Michigan's top jobs programs.
 
2013-06-19 01:48:20 PM

kidakita: Meh. They keep trotting out this half dead old horse every once in awhile as if anyone gives a fark anymore. Maybe he's with Amelia Earhart. Either way, it's a giant waste of federal funds.


You wouldn't think that if you had a large slab of concrete you need broken up and hauled away.
 
2013-06-19 01:49:32 PM

kidakita: Meh. They keep trotting out this half dead old horse every once in awhile as if anyone gives a fark anymore. Maybe he's with Amelia Earhart. Either way, it's a giant waste of federal funds.


seriously, is there anyone left that really gives a fark?
 
2013-06-19 01:49:49 PM
As apposed to finding him and continuing to dig?

/ I'm pretty sure Jimmy Hoffa is really a used care salesman in Toledo; or something
 
2013-06-19 01:50:09 PM

rwfan: kidakita: Meh. They keep trotting out this half dead old horse every once in awhile as if anyone gives a fark anymore. Maybe he's with Amelia Earhart. Either way, it's a giant waste of federal funds.

You wouldn't think that if you had a large slab of concrete you need broken up and hauled away.


Or a book manuscript you were trying to peddle.
 
2013-06-19 01:51:18 PM
This seems to be the most plausible explanation to me.

"In the 2009 book  The Iceman: Confessions of a Mafia Contract Killer,  Richard Kuklinski claims to have been responsible for Hoffa's murder. By his account, Kuklinski killed him with a hunting knife, burned the body for "a half hour or so" in a 55-gallon drum, then welded it shut and buried it in a junkyard. He goes on to describe how, when an accomplice began to talk to the authorities, the drum was dug up and placed in the trunk of a car, which was then compacted and sold along with hundreds of other compacted cars, and subsequently shipped to Japan as scrap metal for manufacturing new vehicles."
 
2013-06-19 01:54:00 PM
If I was in the FBI and assigned to this I would quit just out of the utter waste of time. Pretty much anyone involved in it is dead or almost dead. Forget about the IRS we gotta find Hoffa!
 
2013-06-19 01:54:40 PM
This is precisely how I got the feds to chop up firewood for free on my grandfather's farm.


/old joke
 
2013-06-19 01:57:37 PM
The other day I lost my keys and when I found them I looked in one more place just to prove this saying wrong. It's the little things, people.
 
2013-06-19 01:59:22 PM

Beerguy: This seems to be the most plausible explanation to me.

"In the 2009 book  The Iceman: Confessions of a Mafia Contract Killer,  Richard Kuklinski claims to have been responsible for Hoffa's murder. By his account, Kuklinski killed him with a hunting knife, burned the body for "a half hour or so" in a 55-gallon drum, then welded it shut and buried it in a junkyard. He goes on to describe how, when an accomplice began to talk to the authorities, the drum was dug up and placed in the trunk of a car, which was then compacted and sold along with hundreds of other compacted cars, and subsequently shipped to Japan as scrap metal for manufacturing new vehicles."


When I was living in Detroit in the late 70s, this was pretty much accepted as Gospel - in fact, it was suspected the junkyard was in Hamtramck. Everyone believed the mob wanted to avoid him spilling the beans on the pension fund shenanigans, so this was just another routine hit for them. Nothing special, just get rid of the guy and leave no trace.
 
2013-06-19 01:59:46 PM

MythDragon: This is precisely how I got the feds to chop up firewood for free on my grandfather's farm.


/old joke


Yep...

OK Dad, you can do your planting now.
 
2013-06-19 02:01:49 PM

Piizzadude: seriously, is there anyone left that really gives a fark?


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2013-06-19 02:04:07 PM
Have they tried DNA testing fish crap in Lake Michigan yet. Start with the catfish, carp, & turtles.
 
2013-06-19 02:14:01 PM
The same thing happened to Vinnie "Bag a Donuts", Johnny "Two Times" , Pete "The Killer", and Freddo "The Little Tuna" Carbonelli.
 
2013-06-19 02:14:14 PM
Why the fark are they still spending wasting money time and manpower on this?  There are much more important and current things they could be working on than a thirty year old cold case. Thought they were on a really-really tight budget, and there all sorts of things that are of higher priority.  Thought they were looking for things that are "dangerous" now and today.

How much money this this digging through a random field cost the taxpayer for this 30 year old case where everyone involves will be in over 80 by now?   How many currently alive missing children are there? Priorities ladies and gentlemen...    You got to have a cut-off point where you just got to say "what the fark" and move on...  Called diminishing returns.
 
2013-06-19 02:16:07 PM
I heard Hoffa is part of one of the abutments of the George Washington Bridge.  Supposedly there was some repair work going on, and a worker got paid beaucoup bucks to keep quiet.  Supposedly Hoffa was alive and in a body bag when he was put in that cement.

Not a pleasant way to go if it's true.
 
2013-06-19 02:20:10 PM

Miss Alexandra: I heard Hoffa is part of one of the abutments of the George Washington Bridge.  Supposedly there was some repair work going on, and a worker got paid beaucoup bucks to keep quiet.  Supposedly Hoffa was alive and in a body bag when he was put in that cement.

Not a pleasant way to go if it's true.


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"You don't say."
 
2013-06-19 02:24:55 PM
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2013-06-19 02:25:11 PM

Beerguy: This seems to be the most plausible explanation to me.

"In the 2009 book  The Iceman: Confessions of a Mafia Contract Killer,  Richard Kuklinski claims to have been responsible for Hoffa's murder. By his account, Kuklinski killed him with a hunting knife, burned the body for "a half hour or so" in a 55-gallon drum, then welded it shut and buried it in a junkyard. He goes on to describe how, when an accomplice began to talk to the authorities, the drum was dug up and placed in the trunk of a car, which was then compacted and sold along with hundreds of other compacted cars, and subsequently shipped to Japan as scrap metal for manufacturing new vehicles."


So the body is in Japan?  I suppose someone could make a manga or anime story where his ghost pops up over there.
 
2013-06-19 02:26:35 PM

Miss Alexandra: I heard Hoffa is part of one of the abutments of the George Washington Bridge.  Supposedly there was some repair work going on, and a worker got paid beaucoup bucks to keep quiet.  Supposedly Hoffa was alive and in a body bag when he was put in that cement.

Not a pleasant way to go if it's true.


I always thought him was in a cornerstone in the Medowlands.
 
2013-06-19 02:27:12 PM

Latinwolf: Miss Alexandra: I heard Hoffa is part of one of the abutments of the George Washington Bridge.  Supposedly there was some repair work going on, and a worker got paid beaucoup bucks to keep quiet.  Supposedly Hoffa was alive and in a body bag when he was put in that cement.

Not a pleasant way to go if it's true.

I always thought him he was in a cornerstone in the Medowlands.

 
2013-06-19 02:27:35 PM
The Bigfoots abducted him in their UFOs... Saw it on the History Channel.
 
2013-06-19 02:29:50 PM

bwilson27: The Bigfoots abducted him in their UFOs... Saw it on the History Channel.


You believe everything they say on the History Channel?  LOL
 
2013-06-19 02:33:11 PM

Miss Alexandra: bwilson27: The Bigfoots abducted him in their UFOs... Saw it on the History Channel.

You believe everything they say on the History Channel?  LOL


Yeah, cause it's History. And History wouldn't lie.
 
2013-06-19 02:33:32 PM

Latinwolf: Beerguy: This seems to be the most plausible explanation to me.

"In the 2009 book  The Iceman: Confessions of a Mafia Contract Killer,  Richard Kuklinski claims to have been responsible for Hoffa's murder. By his account, Kuklinski killed him with a hunting knife, burned the body for "a half hour or so" in a 55-gallon drum, then welded it shut and buried it in a junkyard. He goes on to describe how, when an accomplice began to talk to the authorities, the drum was dug up and placed in the trunk of a car, which was then compacted and sold along with hundreds of other compacted cars, and subsequently shipped to Japan as scrap metal for manufacturing new vehicles."

So the body is in Japan?  I suppose someone could make a manga or anime story where his ghost pops up over there.


More like, there is probably little itty bitty pieces of Hoffa in a bunch of older Japanese imports that were not built by American Union Labor.
 
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2013-06-19 02:36:55 PM
obviously not some union douches who buried him or they would have found him by now. after the first rain he would have been unearthed.

hey dave, i'm tired ya knows?
aints this deep enough?
sure,  lets grab a smoke.
 
2013-06-19 04:29:26 PM
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2013-06-19 04:45:21 PM

ChipNASA: Repeat?


Dear Papa, 
Go ahead and plant the tomatoes now.  That's the best I could do under the circumstances. 
Love you, Vinnie
 
2013-06-19 05:07:55 PM
At this point I am not even convinced that there ever WAS a Jimmy Hoffa in the first place.
 
2013-06-19 05:15:39 PM
Why is the government still involved in this and wasting tax $$?
They know they will never be able to answer any remaining guestions, even if the do find some bones somewhere
Let private interest spend their money if they think its worth it
Likes it is said 'let it go man, its gone'
 
2013-06-19 11:02:38 PM

abfalter: At this point I am not even convinced that there ever WAS a Jimmy Hoffa in the first place.


He was made up by Hollywood and played by Robert Dinero.  The FBI's incessant searching is just to keep the story going.
 
2013-06-20 07:27:14 AM
what if you keep looking after you find it
 
2013-06-20 09:41:32 AM
Jimmy Hoffa has been more places dead than I've been alive. And I get around.
 
2013-06-20 11:25:19 AM

kidakita: Meh. They keep trotting out this half dead old horse every once in awhile as if anyone gives a fark anymore. Maybe he's with Amelia Earhart. Either way, it's a giant waste of federal funds.


I agree.  I wonder how many poor folks could have been fed by the $ spent on finding J.H.'s body.
 
2013-06-20 12:38:23 PM
maybe they're just "hoffing" too much paint thinner

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