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Trafficked Documentary to air January 11th

Coming Up Sunday, January 11th, WDAY-TV takes an unprecedented look at Sex Trafficking in the Bakken. You will hear from women being trafficked in western North Dakota, where organized crime has made its way into the Oil Patch. For the past year,...

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Coming Up Sunday, January 11th, WDAY-TV takes an unprecedented look at Sex Trafficking in the Bakken.You will hear from women being trafficked in western North Dakota, where organized crime has made its way into the Oil Patch.

For the past year, Reporter Kevin Wallevand and Photographer Cody Rogness have investigated this growing problem.

Watch this landmark Documentary: "Trafficked", Sunday, January 11th at 10:35 p.m.

 

 

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