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CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 04, 2010
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The decision by Craigslist to take down its adult services ads examined; details given from a letter from states attorneys general calling for an end to the ads and about the case of "Craigslist killer" Philip Markoff. [Connecticut attorney general Richard BLUMENTHAL - says Craigslist is doing the right thing.] CNN reporter shown questioning Craigslist founder Craig Newmark about the ads. [September 2009, Craigslist CEO Jim BUCKMASTER†- defends the erotic services businesses.] [Rebecca's Project for Human Rights Malika SAADA-SAAR†- accuses Craigslist of being the Walmart of sex trafficking.]

Mason, Anthony;
Whitaker, Bill

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