CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 21, 2011
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(Kansas City: Sandra Endo) The criminal black market for unborn babies sold through surrogate pregnancy examined; details given about one case; wiretaps played and how the scam worked. [Surrogate Heather ALBAUGH- talks about the surrogacy process, what happened, finding the FBI was investigating the surrogacy scam and how she felt during the pregnancy.] [Prospective parent "ALECIA" - comments on dealing with the company.] [FBI agent Keith SLOTTER- says it was children as commodities.] What has happened to the babies born in the scam and the lack of laws/licensing for surrogacy discussed.
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