FBI Searching New Location for Hoffa's Body

The FBI is surveying a former New Jersey landfill — once condemned as an environmental disaster site — as part of the agency's long-running investigation into the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, the infamous Teamster labor union leader who mysteriously vanished in 1975.
Federal agents visited the site on Oct. 25 and 26 to conduct a "site survey," according to The New York Times. The survey follows the deathbed confession of a former landfill worker who claimed that "unidentified people" charged him and his father with burying Hoffa's body in a steel barrel roughly 15 feet (4.5 meters) below the dump in 1975.
The worker, Frank Cappola, was only 15 years old at the time, when he worked alongside his father at the PJP Landfill in Jersey City — today, just a small plot of dirt about the size of a Little League baseball diamond, the Times reported.
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