Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Update on Little Jimmy & Big Frank

A Michigan congressman is questioning the cost of the FBI's search for the remains of former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa, a perennial endeavor that I commented on with appropriate disdain in a post last week.

Rep. Joel Knollenberg, whose district is near this year's search at a rural Michigan farm, suggests that:
The FBI might be better off establishing a budget and some kind of timeline, because what new information do they have now, 31 years later?
Indeed. As it is, the FBI called off the search on Tuesday after 13 days.

The Associated Press has more here.

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