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The most censored stories of 2018

On the first Redacted Tonight of 2019, Lee and the team look back at the most censored stories from last year. There were scientists being paid to approve dangerous products, cities 'solving' their homeless problems by busing the homeless away, and hospitals trashing lifesaving equipment. Natalie McGill shows us the newest scheme to profit off of incarcerated people who want to communicate with their friends and family. And Naomi Karavani reports on an investigation that found the FBI paying members of the Best Buy Geek Squad to help them snoop on the private data of customers.

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