Thursday, December 31, 2015

Jimmy Hoffa’s Corpse Found In New Jersey

Jimmy Hoffa’s Corpse Found In New Jersey
                The National Enquirer                    
Published on: December 30, 2015
Photography by: Corbis

One of the most baffling mysteries of the last 40 years — the shocking disappearance of union boss Jimmy Hoffa — has been solved!

Image result for JIMMY HOFFAS CORPSE FOUND IN NEW JERSEYAfter vanishing in 1975, Hoffa was finally found buried in a garbage dump, sealed in a barrel — and a bombshell National ENQUIRER investigation reveals the Teamsters kingpin was murdered on the orders of Sen. Ted Kennedy!
The monumental discovery has been hushed up by the Justice Department. But a crack team of G-men unearthed a 55-gallon drum containing Hoffa’s remains in a New Jersey dump shortly before Thanksgiving, confidential law enforcement sources revealed.
The sources said a top-secret dossier that pointed the feds to the burial site also fingered two hitmen — and one of the killers was working for Ted, the powerful Massachusetts senator who hated Hoffa!
“The lead came from papers written by Hoffa’s killer to a one-time lover,” said a law-enforcement source. “These papers specifically mention Kennedy. “We believe this individual took his direct orders from Senator Edward M. Kennedy.”
Agents also interviewed close associates of the heavyweight Democratic politician — and at least two are convinced Ted ordered Hoffa’s death.
The execution of Hoffa — the infamously corrupt, 62-year-old former president of the powerful truckers union — was Ted’s revenge for the murder of his brother Bobby, who was assassinated while campaigning for the presidency in 1968.
“Bobby Kennedy and Jimmy Hoffa were bitter enemies,” explained the source. “Bobby helped send Hoffa to prison, and Teddy always believed Hoffa was involved somehow in Bobby’s assassination.
Hoffa got the payback he deserved.”
But someone is silencing people involved in the murder, the source said.
One hit-man involved in Hoffa’s gangland-style execution died mysteriously in a 1997 house fire later ruled as arson. His partner in crime is now on the run and laying low, an insider close to the investigation revealed.
“The surviving killer has links to the New York crime family formerly headed by Carlo Gambino, which once struggled for control of the Teamsters,” the source said. “He was last spotted in Italy over the summer, but is now believed to have fled to South America. Word is he now suffers from severe arthritis and often uses a motorized cart to get around.”
The assassin was ratted out by his former lover, now a 68-year-old woman who turned over a treasure trove of documents to the FBI. The papers detail the thug’s meetings with Kennedy and the grisly way Hoffa was slain and horribly mutilated.
One of the killers emptied his revolver into Hoffa’s head and then sliced off the union leader’s manhood as a gruesome trophy of the killing. Hoffa’s body was then chopped into pieces and stuffed in the drum, which was welded shut and shipped to the Garden State — in a Teamster-driven truck!
Lawmen revealed the hit team secretly met with Kennedy on three different occasions — including a sit-down just 11 days before Hoffa disappeared.
A key document also pinpointed the dump in New Jersey where Hoffa was left to rot, but sources remain tight-lipped about the exact location of the burial site.
“They want to get the last killer before he realizes Hoffa’s remains have finally been located,” said the insider. “They don’t want to spook him. But they’re worried now because they can’t find him.”
Investigators also fear that if the location of the dump is disclosed, the place will be flooded by the media and the public seeking souvenirs.
Before he died, mobster Phillip Moscato claimed the union head had been entombed in a drum and buried at a toxic waste dump under Jersey City’s Pulaski Skyway.
Sources refuse to confirm that was the burial site. But they say a team of four FBI agents and two Justice Department officials removed Hoffa’s remains from Jersey and took them to Washington. There, forensics investigators positively identified the body parts as the former Teamsters boss.
The ID brings some closure a case that has confused so many.
Hoffa was targeted by then-Attorney General Bobby Kennedy for his ties to the mob, and convicted in 1964 of fraud, bribery and jury tampering. He spent four years in prison before President Richard Nixon pardoned him in 1971.
Hoffa was last seen on his way to a lunch meeting with two mobsters at Machus Red Fox eatery outside of Detroit on July 30, 1975.
“Teddy always suspected Hoffa was tied up in his brother’s murder,” says the source. “In the end, he found a way to even the score with Hoffa.”

Cops' 3.5 MPH chase

Image result for cops 3.5 mph chaseCops’ 3.5 MPH Chase

Published on: June 30, 2015

It’s the most famous low-speed chase since the O.J. Simpson case!
The Washington State Police switchboard lit up like a Roman candle when folks spotted a state trooper pursuing an elderly woman on a handicap scooter – at 3.5 mph!
“You can’t make this stuff up!” said Andrea Ruth, who taped the incident from her office.
The 85-year-old driver had hopped on her scooter and headed out for a cup of coffee one day in early June.
But she wound up four miles out of her way on Route 246 – a heavily traveled highway near the Canadian border.
That’s when State Trooper Dave Hintz roared into action, and pulled her over.
“There’s no license plate. She’s in a little cart,” recalled the 24-year veteran, who quickly determined the driver wasn’t a “Grandma of Anarchy.”
“I just treated her the way I would’ve wanted somebody to treat my mom,” he added. After that, the pair started the long crawl home, which took more than an hour!
“When he got her to her block, she told him she could take it from there,” said Trooper Mark Francis, who said the woman didn’t want her identity released.
Dave added: “Our motto with the State Patrol is service with humility. This particular case took a little more patience and humility.”

Hammond Ranch: Militiamen, ranchers in showdown for soul of Harney County

Typical biased bought and paid for 'media' reporting supporting the illegal 'government' and 'law enforcement actions along with the typical to be expected SPLC BS.  Easy to figure out the truth by reversing all this reporter is stating.


By Les Zaitz | The Oregonian/OregonLive
updated December 31, 2015 at 10:52 AM
The Oregonian

BURNS – The strangers carrying the whisper of danger arrived in the vast territory of the Harney Basin just before the holidays.

Ammon Bundy once helped his father repulse the government in an armed showdown on a Nevada desert. He was tasered for his effort.

Ryan Payne, an electrician from Montana, joined that same standoff and boasted of organizing civilians into sniper squads that drew a bead on federal agents.

And not long ago, Jon Ritzheimer worried the FBI with his threatening rants against muslims in Arizona and elsewhere, according to press reports.

Now, the men say, they are in Burns to help Dwight and Steven Hammond.

The Hammonds are father and son ranchers, due to report to federal prison on Monday. They were '' in 2012 of 'arson for lighting public land on fire' adjacent to their ranch land south of Burns. They have been imprisoned once and must return for an additional term after 'federal appellate judges' said they had been illegally sentenced the first time. (Trumped up charges as with the Bundys.  The 'government' CANNOT OWN LAND - the land belongs to the people.  NO 'GOVERNMENT' OWNED OR HELD LAND WAS DAMAGED IN ANY WAY by the Hammonds.)


Self-styled patriots and militiamen gathering in Burns don't want that to happen, declaring the Hammonds' imprisonment illegal under the U.S. Constitution.

They have latched on to the Hammonds as their latest cause to stand against the 'federal government'. (This 'government' is an ILLEGAL 'GOVERNMENT', BANKRUPT ONCE AGAIN, AND OUT OF BUSINESS. The BLM and other 'agencies' are now agents of the UN / NWO / Agenda 2030).  SOMEONE PLEASE PUT THESE SLIME OUT OF BUSINESS PERMANENTLY AND REMOVE THEM FROM AMERICA, ESPECIALLY BY 1ST JANUARY 2016)

"I am here now trying to empower and motivate the people of this community to take a stand against tyranny and show them that I will gladly stand with them," Ritzheimer said.

The Hammonds don't want to be part of the outsiders' cause, and neither do many in Harney County.  But that hasn't stopped the strangers from summoning help from militia groups across the country. They are vague about their intention and their plans, unsettling the community and putting law enforcement on edge. The militia plan a rally and a parade on Saturday, circling the county courthouse that houses the sheriff's office.

The militia members have been insisting that Harney County Sheriff Dave Ward create a sanctuary so the Hammonds will be immune from surrendering. Ward met with the militiamen and rejected that demand. The militia has since labeled him an "enemy of the people." Ward said he has received emailed death threats among thousands of messages from across the country regarding the Hammonds.

Two weeks ago, Bundy and Payne roused 60 or so local citizens to their cause at a community meeting. They rented the Memorial Building at the fairgrounds for the night. They taped themselves lecturing the locals on their rights, on the Constitution, and on their duty to protect themselves. (If Americans don't stand up against this totally unlawful tyranny, we will lose it all.)
The Harney County situation is the second time this year Oregon has been the national rallying point for militias. Last spring, miners fighting with the Bureau of Land Management over paperwork outside Medford found themselves enveloped with militia defenders. Militia members eventually left – but only after claiming they beat back the government. An 'administrative law judge' temporarily stopped BLM action against the miners.
But the activists carrying pocket editions of the Constitution with them to Harney County are better known for the spectacle in Nevada in spring 2014.
The BLM was the bogeyman there, too.

Nevada showdown

Militiamen by the hundreds flowed to Nevada that year to help rancher Cliven Bundy. The BLM was corralling his cattle that it said were trespassing on public land. The agency said Bundy hadn't paid grazing fees for 20 years, amassing more than $1 million in bills.

Payne, an Army veteran, came to the rancher's defense. In later interviews, Payne said he was the "militia adviser" to Bundy. Payne helped array armed civilians against the federal agents.

"We had counter-sniper positions on their sniper positions.  We had at least one guy—sometimes two guys—per BLM agent in there," Payne told a Montana weekly, the Independent.  "If they made one wrong move, every single BLM agent in that camp would've died."

Ammon Bundy, Cliven Bundy's third son, was there too.
As the nation watched, the BLM called off the cattle collection and withdrew in the face of the armed militia. 

The Southern Poverty Law Center (one of the most evil, demonic traitorous and anit-American organizations on the planet - should somehow be completely 'disbanded' once and for all), which tracks 'hate groups' (The SPLC IS 'THE HATE GROUP' bar none) across the country, said in a 2014 report on the Bundy standoff that the 'government's' retreat empowered the militiamen.

Ryan Lenz with the law center was on the ground in Nevada and later interviewed Payne for the report. Lenz said the Harney County development isn't surprising.
 "What's happening is very much what everyone feared would happen in the aftermath of the Bundy standoff," Lenz said. "The rule of law was suspended with the barrel of a gun." (This 'rule of law' is the law of the sea, not the legal and rightful common law of this land. These illegal magistrates for the Queen are NOT welcome on the ground of the united States.)

Aiding the Hammonds

Bundy and Payne say they met with both Dwight and Susan Hammond at their home in November. Bundy said he helped the ranchers move cows one day.

The Hammonds initially accepted the militia's offer of help to avoid prison, Bundy said. But the Hammonds changed their minds after being warned by federal prosecutors to stop communicating with the militia, Bundy wrote in a blog post.

The Hammonds declined interview requests and didn't respond to written questions about their dealings with the militiamen. A Boise lawyer representing the Hammonds said in a letter to the sheriff that Bundy didn't speak for the ranchers and that they intended to surrender as required.

Document: Hammond attorney letter 

Bundy and Payne and their associates are persisting, though. They explain in deliberate, calm tones their reasoning.

The 'federal government' claims title to most of the land in Harney County, the ninth largest county in the United States. Bundy and Payne maintain that Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17 of the U.S. Constitution limits what the federal government can own, and that the government's claim to much of Harney County violates that limit. The 'federal government' consequently has no authority to prosecute the Hammonds.

Bundy and Payne, who said he has moved to Harney County, have pressed the matter on several fronts. They have insisted that Ward, the sheriff, protect the Hammonds. They have written other elected officials in the county and in Oregon asserting the same demand.

Some residents have shown interest in the group's cause.

Locals voted seven of their own onto a new Harney County Committee of Safety, including ranchers, a retired fire chief, and a tax preparer.

Payne and Bundy said the committee would decide how to address the Hammond conflict. But Bundy quickly created a website for the group and drafted a sharply-worded letter to the sheriff for the committee to issue.
Citizens on the committee said they authorized none of it.

Local dissent

Chris Briels, Burns fire chief for 24 years, said he was intrigued by the constitutional arguments raised by Payne and Bundy. But he said he also felt pushed too hard by Bundy to act. Briels said he is no anarchist.
The militia, Briels said, "seems like a bunch of people ready to shoot.  I don't want that in my county."

Melodi Molt, a rancher and former president of Oregon CattleWomen, joined Briels on the new committee. She's troubled by what's happened to the Hammonds – but also worried about what her community faces with the outsiders.

"We're not from the militia," said Molt. "We're not going to come in with guns and overthrow the government."

The state's largest agriculture associations have vigorously defended the Hammonds since they were charged but want no part of the brewing militia action.

"I don't think people lining up in front of them with weapons or any kind of threats are going to help the Hammonds at all," said Barry Bushue, Oregon Farm Bureau president.

Billy Williams, Oregon's U.S. attorney, has also weighed in. In a lengthy statement to the Burns Times-Herald, Williams explained why the Hammonds were prosecuted. He then warned: "Any criminal behavior contemplated by those who may object to the court's mandate that harms someone will not be tolerated and will result in serious consequences."

Document: Statement by U.S. Attorney Billy Williams

Payne and Bundy say it's up to local residents what happens next. If the locals decide to declare the county a sanctuary for the Hammonds, the militia is ready.

"We're sending the message: We will protect you," Payne said.

Such talk rattles the community, as has conduct locals blame on the strangers.

Tensions persist.

A Utah man tied to Bundy and Payne disrupted a state court session, insisting the judge empanel a special grand jury to investigate the Hammond matter. Federal employees report they have been followed around town and to their homes. Payne said no one in his group has followed federal employees. But he acknowledged knocking on the front door of a home featuring a handmade "Go Home Bundys" sign. Payne said he wanted to understand the homeowner's concerns.
Signs on street poles pronounce, "Militia go home!"

Others reply: "You are the militia."

One episode in particular has upset the community.
The sheriff said three militiamen and one woman, one with a gun strapped to his hip, engaged his 74-year-old mother and 78-year-old father at a yard sale being held at the American Legion. When the men criticized the sheriff, his mother bristled, and said she didn't need their protection from the 'government'.  

Later, the men showed up at the sheriff's office to complain about the exchange involving his mother.
She had, they said, threatened them.

 -- Les Zaitz