Sunday, July 30, 2017

Jimmy Hoffa investigation: Frank Sheeran and blood evidence found in the case

Via Billy

U.S. labour leader Jimmy Hoffa is photographed at the Greater Pittsburgh Airport, Pennsylvania in this April 12, 1971 file photograph. Hoffa was switching planes 
from San Francisco, and was returning to the federal prison in Allenwood, Pennsylvania. Hoffa was let out of prison to visit his wife, who had been hospitalized with 
heart problems. REUTERS

It all started, and ended, on this day 42 years ago.

It was a hot July afternoon, nearly 92 degrees, when Teamsters president and labor icon Jimmy Hoffa is said to have opened the rear door of a 1975 maroon Mercury in the parking lot of the Machus Red Fox restaurant, in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and climbed in.

He was never seen again.

The FBI has expended countless resources in the ensuing decades in the hopes of finally solving this enduring American mystery with no success.

But I believe, based on my 2004 investigation, that Frank Sheeran did it.

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  1. At one time it was thought Hoffa was killed and buried
    at the Savannah Inn and Country Club. Dean Martin had
    a oyster bar on the premises which set in the water.
    The Inn was a beauty. A lot of mafia types came.