It's a somewhat non-descript room. You could walk by and not realize what's happening inside.
What a few select federal agents do with the high-tech equipment in the space is rarely discussed and hardly ever shown.
Thursday at 11, WBTV's Molly Grantham is pulling back the curtain.
Over the past two years things have changed in how agents track the men and women who convince our kids to commit horrific sexual acts, and often silence them into submission.
Offenders are across the nation, including Charlotte.
In a special report Thursday at 11 you'll see specific cases laid out in videos and pictures never before seen, and hear how agents say you can help save kids who – right now – need to be saved.
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