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ID:

169

Date:

2007-04-04

Headline:

Feds pay for Michigan barn in Hoffa search

Reporter's name:

Delay/denial:

No

Lawsuit:

No

Fees:

No

Media outlet:

The Detroit News

City:

Milford Township, MI

Summary:

The owners of a horse farm where excavators searched for but did not find the remains of Jimmy Hoffa received $160,000 to replace a barn destroyed in the search, according to documents obtained by The Detroit News under FOIA. Excavators, anthropologists and other contractors involved in the search were paid $65,000.

Keywords:

Jimmy Hoffa


Agencies:

FBI

States:

MI

Categories:

FBI


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