Justice Department Pays for Horse Barn Demolished in Hoffa Search

Even though Jimmy Hoffa's remains weren't found, the Justice Department paid $160,000 to the owners of a Michigan horse farm to replace a barn the FBI removed last summer, records show.

Records released to The Detroit News under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act show the agency paid another $65,000 to excavators, anthropologists, and other contractors involved in the

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