The new mafia film ” The Irishman” directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Hollywood heavyweights Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci depicts the death of notorious mobster Jimmy Hoffa, but Fox Nation’s docuseries ” Riddle: The Browse for James R. Hoffa” is now raising questions about the film’s accuracy.
” The Daily Monster states it’s a lie,” continued Shawn, “Vanity Fair states the confession is challenged. Slate says that the person made it up,” Shawn told co-host Pete Hegseth.
Hoffa’s unsolved murder is one of America’s greatest mysteries.
The gangster drama opened to rave reviews when it premiered at the New york city Film Festival last month and it will be readily available on Netflix in late November. Now Fox Nation’s new investigation has advanced a different theory of the murder of the infamous Teamster chief.
Shawn argued that the federal government should release more info to either confirm or reject the suspicions.
” What I believe is that the president must release the files … the fact is in the FBI files. They must be launched,” he said.
” The Irishman” is based on the 2004 book ” I Heard You Paint Homes,” which informs the story of self-described mob gunman, Frank Sheeran, who declared that he killed Hoffa. Sheeran, who was a Philadelphia truck motorist, said that he befriended Hoffa however eventually betrayed him when he was hired by Hoffa’s mafia competitors to eliminate him.
Shawn fulfilled Frank Sheeran in 2001, when Sheeran was looking around his book proposal. ” He told me point-blank that he shot Jimmy Hoffa in the head in [a] home in Detroit,” Shawn said in the Fox Nation episode.
In 2004, Shawn led the Fox News team that examined Sheeran’s story. They eliminated the floorboards of a home in Detroit to expose human blood, but the Bloomfield, Mich., police identified through DNA analysis that the blood did not belong to the infamous criminal offense boss.
” Did Frank Sheeran eliminate Jimmy Hoffa?” Shawn asked former Philadelphia mob boss Ralph Natale in the Fox Nation docuseries.
” No!” stated Natale. “Not in a million years. No.”
” He’s an admitted mob killer,” replied Shawn.
” You got to watch these so-called guys,” fired back Natale. ” He was an intoxicated and a Teamster. That’s all he was. Each time you saw him he was drunk.”
Shawn’s new examination advances the theory that mob gunman Salvatore ‘Sally Bugs’ Briguglio is Hoffa’s genuine killer. Shawn also declares to have found “a minimum of 2 of the places where we believe that Hoffa might be [buried].”
In ” Riddle: The Look For James R. Hoffa,” Phillip Moscato, Jr., boy of Hoffa murder suspect Phillip “Sibling” Moscato, Sr., stated his daddy confessed to him on his deathbed.
” Bro” Moscato was a Genovese criminal offense member of the family and the owner of a dump in Jersey City, N.J. Phillip Jr. told Fox Nation about the minute that his daddy confided in him, while they rested on a health center room bed.
” My mother goes and leaves and he stated, ‘I have a couple of things I wish to talk to you about.’ And I’m thinking ‘Take care of your mom,’ you understand, I am going to hear all that … and then he drops a bombshell,” stated Moscato.
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