New But Dubious Evidence Stirs Jimmy Hoffa Disappearance Mystery

August 26, 2009

Michigan (ChattahBox) – An inmate recently told a reporter that he knew where the legendary convict and Union leader, Jimmy Hoffa, is buried. However, Hoffa’s disappearance and body’s whereabouts remain a mystery.

‘The Hoffa Wars’ author Dan Moldea was reportedly told by one Ted Lee Stall that the Teamsters leader was buried on a farm in Michigan. The farm once belonged to a suspect in the Hoffa disappearance, Stan Barr, who was questioned in front of a grand jury about the 1975 disappearance.

However, Moldea was disappointed by the results of his investigation, which found no body despite Stall’s insistence that he had been there to witness the burial.

“It was much ado about nothing,” was quoted by MSNBC.

Jeff Hensen, author and former Detroit police officer, isn’t surprised by this.

“Mr. Hoffa’s body does not exist anymore. His body was cremated in a crematorium in a cemetery in Detroit … that’s the information I have uncovered,” he said.

However, one interesting fact to note is that the son of Roland McMaster, one of Hoffa’s high ranking Teamsters and confidante, turned a gun over to the police earlier this year, claiming it was the murder weapon.

The claim has not been substantiated, and it is widely believed that the claim is false, as the McMaster son is a well known as a con artist and has been charged several times with forgery.



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