Infamous American labor union leader Jimmy Hoffa may have been buried in a toxic waste site underneath the Pulaski Skyway 40 years ago, a mobster allegedly told a reporter last year – the New York Daily News reported.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
The disappearance of Hoffa, who went missing back in 1975, is considered one of the greatest mysteries in U.S. history and based on a veteran investigative reporter’s account, he was buried in a 55-gallon drum underneath the Pulaski Skyway.
Dan Moldea – a world-renowned journalist who wrote multiple books about the rise and fall of Hoffa – told the NY Daily News that he conducted in several taped interviews with mobster Phillip Moscato while he was on his death bed last year.
Moscato, an associate of the Genovese crime family, owned a toxic waste site underneath the Pulaski Skyway and the FBI dug up the plot of land for three months back in 1975 after “snitch” Ralph Picardo told them Hoffa was buried there, the report states.
The Pulaski Skyway connects Jersey City to Newark and also runs through Kearny.