May 28, 2006, - 10:35 am

American Farm Held Hostage, Day TWELVE

By Debbie Schlussel

TODAY IS DAY TWELVE OF THE FBI SIEGE ON AN AMERICAN FARM

in search of Jimmy Hoffa.
To date:
* A $1 million taxpayer tab on the dig up of a Michigan farm for Jimmy Hoffa;
* The only possible living suspect is now 92 years old;
* 50 FBI agents plus assorted anthropologists and archeologists (and they thought they’d be exploring African ruins and pottery; instead it’s a dung-filled horse farm);
* K9 dogs who sniffed nothing;
* A barn and its cement floor destroyed and removed by the FBI; and
* No Jimmy Hoffa body found.

AMERICAN FARM HELD HOSTAGE, DAY TWELVE.

(More information on this hostage count, here.)

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3 Responses

I wonder how many of these agents think this Hoffa adventure is insanity?

John Sobieski on May 28, 2006 at 6:59 pm

Can you say martial law?

KOAJaps on May 29, 2006 at 2:21 pm

So the FBI destroyed a barn and concrete floor that took six-inches of digging to build because the FBI could not poke the ground three inches deep with metal probes to find rocks.
The tip came from a jailed prisoner who got a lot of entertainment from this.
That makes total sense – NOT! Someone in the FBI needs to be fired, badly.

Boycott Watch on May 30, 2006 at 3:16 pm

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