FBI Investigating Old Landfill For Jimmy Hoffa’s Remains

DETROIT (AP) — The decades-long odyssey to search out the stays of former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa apparently has turned to a former New Jersey landfill that sits beneath an elevated freeway.

The FBI obtained a search warrant to “conduct a site survey underneath the Pulaski Skyway,” stated Mara Schneider, a spokeswoman for the Detroit area workplace.

“On October 25th & 26th, FBI personnel from the Newark and Detroit field offices completed the survey and that data is currently being analyzed,” Schneider stated in a written assertion Friday.

She didn’t point out whether or not something was eliminated.

“Because the affidavit in support of the search warrant was sealed by the court, we are unable to provide any additional information,” Schneider stated.

Hoffa’s disappearance has been unsolved for greater than 45 years. He was final seen on July 30, 1975, when he was to fulfill with reputed Detroit mob enforcer Anthony “Tony Jack” Giacalone and alleged New Jersey mob determine Anthony “Tony Pro” Provenzano at a restaurant in suburban Detroit.

The newest effort seems to be tied to interviews given by a person named Frank Cappola, who was a youngster within the 1970s. He stated he labored on the outdated PJP Landfill in Jersey City along with his father, Paul Cappola.

Cappola stated his dying father defined in 2008 how Hoffa’s physique was delivered to the landfill in 1975, positioned in a metal drum and buried with different barrels, bricks and dust, The New York Times and Fox News reported.

Frank Cappola spoke to Fox Nation and journalist Dan Moldea earlier than he died in 2020 and signed a doc along with his father’s detailed story. Moldea has written extensively concerning the seek for Hoffa.

The search over time has included varied digs in rural Michigan and even the elimination of floorboards at a Detroit home.