9237130278?profile=originalBy Gangsters Inc. Editors

The murder of Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa remains a mystery, even 44 years after his disappearance. With Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman hitting theaters and Netflix, the public will have a front row seat to one theory behind his (alleged) murder. But there is a lot of skepticism about Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran’s story, experts point out.

Among those experts are veteran journalists Dan Moldea, Eric Shawn, and Vince Wade. On December 11, they will dissect the Hoffa mystery, separating fact from fiction in pursuit of what really happened on July 30, 1975 at the Mob Museum in Las Vegas. Moldea began investigating the Hoffa case early on in his career and has become the authority on the case. He wrote The Hoffa Wars, a highly detailed study on the disappearance of Hoffa. Moldea believes that Hoffa and the Mafia arranged and orchestrated JFK’s murder.

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Eric Shawn is a New York-based anchor and senior correspondent for Fox News Channel. On Fox Nation, Shawn is the host of the podcast and special, “Riddle: The Search for James R. Hoffa.”

Vince Wade is a veteran television investigative reporter and documentary producer. He spent most of his career covering crime and corruption in Detroit. As a TV reporter he broke the story that former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa was missing. For years, Wade reported extensively on drugs, drug murders, organized crime and public corruption.

The panel discussion Fact, Fiction and The Irishman: The Hoffa Murder takes place December 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Cost of attendance is free for members or comes with Museum Admission.

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  • Fascinating article.I,like everyone else is looking forward to seeing The Irishman.As the release date for its Netflix debut approaches,the more I think about the whole business of Buffalino,Hoffa,Sheeran and even Angelo Bruno.Three and a half hours seems maybe a bit long but on the other hand perhaps it's not long enough! We'll see.

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