Hoffa Test Results Negative 

    ROSEVILLE, MI - SEPTEMBER 28: Police tapes marks the site where a tipster reported that the body of former Teamster's union boss Jimmy Hoffa may be buried September 28, 2012 in Roseville, Michigan. Ground-penetrating radar indicated there is an anomaly under the concrete. The former Teamster's president disappeared from a restaurant parking lot in Bloomfield Township, Michigan in 1975.  (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

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    Once again, the search comes up empty. Tests on soil samples in a backyard in Michigan where former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa was thought to be buried came back negative Tuesday. The tests showed no traces of Hoffa—or anybody else—buried at the tipped-off site. The suburban Detroit home was the latest false lead, with past suspected burial sites including a horse farm and even the underbelly of a swimming pool. The former union leader was last seen in 1975 on the day he was supposed to meet with a New Jersey Teamsters boss and a Detroit mafia captain.

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