It looks like FBI agents are becoming more confident in their quest to find Jimmy.
A demolition company on Wednesday will start pulling down a barn at a horse farm that is the focus of the
FBI’s renewed probe into Jimmy Hoffa’s death.
Crews from Able Demolition are scheduled to arrive early in the morning with equipment to demolish the 100-by-30-foot structure and dig up its concrete foundation, said Wendy Sitek, the Shelby Township-based company’s office manager.
She did not expect the demolition work — which will cost about $6,000 — to continue beyond Thursday.
“We’ll demolish it and throw it away,” Sitek said.
Agents plan to spend a couple weeks trying to determine if Hoffa was buried somewhere on the farm. Officials have said the search would involve cadaver dogs, demolition experts, archaeologists and anthropologists.
So, what will they do if they find him? Press conference, flashing bulbs, smiles, congratulations all around, case closed. Most if not all the suspected individuals involved in his disappearance have already died, so there really isn’t anyone to go after. No buried treasure either.
A bit anticlimactic, to say the least.