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(Studio: Dan Rather) House judiciary committee reported asking Attorney General Richard Thornburgh to appoint independent special counsel to investigate Neil Bush and others in failed Silverado Savings and Loan case; details given. Report introduced.
(Washington: Terence Smith) Case against Bush involving business partners Bill Walters and Kenneth Good examined; details outlined on screen. [BUSH - defends his actions.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Justice Department reported admitting taxpayer funding of June 22 United States attorneys meeting where President Bush defended his efforts in savings and loan crisis; scenes shown.
- Rather, Dan;
- Smith, Terence
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