Metro Detroit: Newsmakers July 17, 2009

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A former Emmy-winning news anchor from Detroit's ABC affiliate WXYZ-TV Channel 7 was evicted this week from his nearly $1 million home, which was in foreclosure. Frank Turner, who left Channel 7 in October 2006 to found his ministry, "God's Amazing Grace," said the eviction is actually "a blessing." "The net result for us is we are actually going to profit," Turner said. "What they meant for evil is turning out for my good. In an extraordinary move, the bank is paying thousands of dollars to move and store my furniture and as soon as the house gets listed, if we're interested, we're going to be able to buy it back for less than what we've been offering them... Former news anchor evicted from his home (Fri, 7/17)

 

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