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Atty. Herbert Miller Who Helped Convict Hoffa and Brokered Nixon Pardon Dies at Age 85

Miller Helped Convict James Hoffa
Miller Helped Convict James Hoffa

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

WASHINGTON — Herbert J. “Jack” Miller Jr. lead the Justice Department’s  war on organized crime in the 1960s under Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy,  and helped convict legendary Teamster James Hoffa ,  according to the Washington Post.

On the flip side, as a top notch D.C. defense attorney, he brokered President Richard Nixon’s pardon and represented politico types on both sides of the isle. The Post reports that Miller died in Rockville, Md., on Nov. 14 at age 85 of renal failure after being treated for influenza.

Reporter Matt Schudel put together a nice obituary on a man who accomplished so much. To read click here.


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