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Jimmy Hoffa's body: FBI to dig for him again, sources say
By Scott Burnstein
Special to the Oakland Press
Posted: 02/19/2013 09:39:53 AM PST
Updated: 02/19/2013 05:23:02 PM PST
Jimmy Hoffa's remains: FBI to dig for them again, sources say
Jimmy Hoffa (AP)A new dig for the remains of slain former Teamsters' President Jimmy Hoffa is "imminent," law enforcements sources told the Oakland Press."It's only a matter of time before the FBI goes out there and excavates that land," a source said. "They're waiting for the earth to thaw so it's easier to dig."The dig will happen after a recent tip from Hoffa's one-time friend and convicted Detroit mob leader Anthony "Tony Z" Zerilli.Zerilli, 85, said in an interview with ...
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