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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 01, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) An NBC News investigation into the role of the Backpage website in sex trafficking outside the US examined; details given about documents found in a raid on Avion† in the Philippines. [Real estate information company CoStar's Curtis RICKETTS††- says we found porn pictures, including child pornography, in the raid.] [Filmmaker Mary MASIO‡- says CoStar found Backpage's offshore data.] [CoStar CEO Andrew FLORANCE†- cites the evidence in the Philippines indicated Backpage sought prostitution for the Website.] Potential & pending lawsuits against Backpage noted.
Snow, Kate

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