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General Services Administration Scandal #51971

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 30, 1978
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(0S) New developments in General Services Administration scandal reported.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Contractor John Rudell's guilty plea on chgs. of conspiracy to defraud government in connection with repairs to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, reported Admissions of fraud by Carmen O'Connor, of Levcon Construction Company, detailed; example given is cost for painting Commerce Department building [Assistant United States attorney William BLOCK - reports comments of one contractor that this is way business must be done with GSA.] Details about contractors' guilty pleas and expected indictments of General Services Administration employees given.
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory Artist: Freda Reiter

Gregory, Bettina;
Reynolds, Frank

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