CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 20, 1998
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.
(Washington: Eric Engberg) The controversy over a Habitat for Humanity house built for Donald Dannemiller, who was opposed by his neighbors because he had done prison and now is charged with abduction, reviewed; scenes shown from Dumfries, Virginia. [Former neighbor Zola FERRELL - says Habitat lied.] The role of Habitat in building new homes in the United States and other countries noted. [Habitat for Humanity Reverend Bill HIGGINS - explains why background checks are not carried out.]
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