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Economy: Savings and Loan / Keating Five #125786

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 15, 1990
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(Washington: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Jim Wooten) Trial before Senate Ethics Committee of Senators Donald Riegle, John McCain, John Glenn, Dennis DeConcini and absent and ailing Alan Cranston for their relationship with Charles Keating, who is under indictment for cheating depositors in his Lincoln Savings and Loan, featured; scenes shown. [Senator Howell HEFLIN - says many believe Senators services were bought by Keating.] Keating's campaign contributions to these five Senators recalled. [Committee's special counsel Robert BENNETT - talks about charges.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Wooten, Jim

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