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Economy: Savings and Loan Scandal #577323

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 21, 1990
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Federal regulators reported suing president's son Neil Bush and other officers of bankrupt Colorado Silverado savings and loan; charges detailed. Los Angeles judge noted refusing to lower bail for Charles Keating, indicted for savings and loan fraud, due to fears that he might flee. Report introduced.

(Dallas: James Polk) Justice Department success in S&L battle analyzed. Empire savings and loan fraud case featured; scenes shown from unfinished development near Dallas. [Former Federal Home Loan Bank Board chairman Edwin GRAY, United States attorney, Dallas Marvin COLLINS - comment on lack of success.] Cases against Don Dixon's Vernon savings and loan and Edwin McBirney's Sunbelt savings and loan mentioned. ["Dallas Morning News" Allen PUSEY, Justice Department James RICHMOND - comment.

Brokaw, Tom;
Polk, James

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