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13 Reddit comments about I Heard You Paint Houses: Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran & Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa:

u/3zkP · 16 pointsr/UnresolvedMysteries

He was shot behind his ear by Frank Sheeran, then cremated. Frank Sheeran was a mobster, a teamster and a close friend of Hoffa. His loyality was to the mafia. According to the book

u/schoolpaddled · 3 pointsr/UnresolvedMysteries

Recommend “I heard you paint houses”

Serial killer/hit man for Jimmy Hoffa.

u/XxJefferson-StatexX · 2 pointsr/conspiracy

The book I heard you paint houses

He was cremated.

u/scipiotomyloo · 2 pointsr/movies

The book this is based on, I [Heard You Paint Houses](I Heard You Paint Houses: Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran & Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa, is an amazing book. I’m not a big biography type guy, but the author is excellent and really lets the guy (Frank Sheeran) tell his story. The author will add inserts about what the story is, either background info or corroborating info. It’s an excellent book

u/reddog323 · 2 pointsr/gifs

No, we’re pretty sure we know what happened to him. His best friend and right-hand man Frank Sheeran killed him, under orders from the mob.

Here’s a great book about it. Scorsese is also making a movie out of it for Netflix, due out next year.

u/hai-sea-ewe · 1 pointr/movies

Regarding the story, it's very interesting to me that all the news regarding the book I Heard You Paint Houses overlooks the fact that Frank Sheeran flat-out admits that he was the one who killed Jimmy Hoffa. They all say something like "allegedly was involved with the Hoffa disappearance." It's like they're afraid of getting sued if they say "Frank Sheeran, who confessed to the author and former prosecutor Charles Brandt that he killed Hoffa..."

Leading scholars and former investigators on the Hoffa disappearance state that "Sheeran's confession... solves the Hoffa mystery" and similar sentiments.

Reading the book though, I can see why people are skittish about touching on this story. It has some very dangerous accusations in it, and some of the things that are implied are flat-out blasphemy from the standpoint of United States law enforcement.

u/nmuir16 · 1 pointr/movies

I am so god damn ready for this. A great book to if anyone is interested.

"I heard you Paint Houses"

u/Critical386 · 1 pointr/Critical386

Definitely. You have the form and writing style for a book, where I've thought about it, and I just don't think my stories will convert well into a book.

I've just finished World War Z by Max Brooks, and now I'm on "I Heard You Paint Houses" on (Audible has been great because I can "read" books while I work (web development)).

u/External_Profile · 1 pointr/ireland
u/babecafe · -1 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

This book would give you a very different perspective on the profession.

u/Boner-b-gone · -1 pointsr/Fuckthealtright

The Boys on the Tracks were two teenagers who were murdered in Arkansas because they stumbled upon a drug smuggling ring being operated while the Clintons were governors. This includes links to the CIA and their dark funding operations from the same drug smuggling.

The Democrats have long ties with the mafia. JFK and Biden elected with mob help, and JFK and his brother were killed specifically because they went after the mob. Add to this the list of suspicious deaths that have directly aided the Clintons.

It's believed very reasonably that the Clintons benefitted from, were likely privy to, and possibly even directly involved with several murders. This info has been around since at least the late 90s.

The whole Monica Lewinsky thing wasn't about the president getting a BJer, it was about trying to nail Bill Clinton with anything that would stick to make him pay in some part for his crimes.

Obama got elected because while many on the right hated the fact he's black, there was much less evidence that he's a bad person and much more indication that he's a stellar human being. His character was his shield on his way to the White House.

But Clinton? She is seen as being a loathsome, murderous (expletive).

That's a far cry from "a few blemishes."

For all the horrible things Trump has done (and he is a horrible person who should never ever have been president), he's never been accused of being a murderer.

The Clintons are the reason why he got elected.