Tuesday, March 18, 2008

How The FBI Executed Union Leader Jimmy Hoffa -- Cowardly FBI Agents Use People Who Are Serving Time To Commit Crimes

The FBI is not above using hardened criminals to commit murders, in efforts to distance themselves from their intended targets. One must wonder if Angela Clemente, the private investigator that dug up enough dirt on former FBI agent Lyndley Devecchio to have him indicted, suffered this type of attack. Clemente was contacted by someone claiming to have incriminating evidence against Devecchio in regard to five murders which he was in the process of being tried for.

However, when she went to meet with this informant, she was strangled and left for dead. The only thing which probably saved her life was that she left word with a colleague that if she was not heard from by a certain time to get in touch with the police; it was the cops who found Clemente laying halfway outside her car's door frame with her head on the ground.

Since that time Clemente has been recovering from the injuries which she sustained in her attack, while being harassed by the FBI, which is now trying to break her financially as punishment for getting Devecchio indicted; typical of how the FBI handles whistle blowers who attempt to report serious malfeasance by this agency.

To add insult to injury, Devecchio benefited from some last minute evidence which prevented his trial from taking place, letting him off the hook for the five murders which he has been accused of complicity in.

To say that the FBI is a legitimate crime fighting organization is an absolute joke. These people are some of the most abject criminals on this planet; torturers and murderers who are capable of exploiting virtually any situation without the least bit of concern for the lives which they destroy, or the rule of Constitutional law which they decimate.

These pieces of Nazi refuse will use the NSA to spy on you within your own home for years, while violating your rights in ways unheard of. They will also omit exculpatory information which can be of benefit to you, while twisting your words around to serve their own purposes.

The FBI and most of its agents are truly anathema.

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

Donald Frankos, aka "Tony the Greek," was a contract killer for the Mafia and at various times was also a pimp, drug dealer, burglar and loanshark. His story forms the basis of the most significant true crime book in memory, for Frankos gives details here of such events as the 1957 shooting of Albert Anastasia, the Lord High Executioner of Murder, Incorporated, and the 1972 robbery of the Hotel Pierre in Manhattan, which may have netted as much as $25 million.

Most intriguing are his revelations about the murder of labor leader Jimmy Hoffa in 1975. Frankos claims to have been on the hit team and to have dismembered the corpse with a chainsaw and a meat cleaver. Hoffa's body parts in plastic bags were purportedly buried in cement at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. A man whose only regret is that he became "a rat," Frankos is at his most vivid in recalling the horror of prison life. Hoffman ( Unholy Matrimony ) and the late Headley, a Las Vegas private eye, have told the story effectively, but why Frankos is not credited as one of the authors is a puzzlement. Photos not seen by PW. 125,000 first printing; $125,000 ad/promo; author tour.

Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Library Journal

Donald "Tony the Greek" Frankos says he killed Jimmy Hoffa and knows where the body is buried. Now in prison, he casually confesses to scores of murders, although only a few are detailed here. His story is told as a first-person narrative, a style that tends to encourage the reader's empathy. Frankos does not deserve it, but his tale is nonetheless chilling and revealing. Hoffman and private investigator Headley say they verified Frankos's allegations, the most startling being that he bribed prison officials to grant him illegal "furloughs" and used the time to carry out "hits." Essential reading for organized crime buffs, and there may be a wider appeal with the recent release of the movie Hoffa. Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 9/1/92.

- Gregor A. Preston, Univ. of California Lib., Davis

Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.


What makes Frankos book CONTRACT KILLER revealing is how the Feds got him out of prison for one day to wack Jimmy Hoffa. A must read book in understanding how FBI agents use people who are serving time to commit crimes.

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