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Federal officials are looking into whether 50 children were illegally employed in slaughterhouses and possibly the victims of human trafficking, according to three Homeland Security officials. NBC’s Julia Ainsley reports on how DHS officials are interviewing some children to understand how they came to the plants in Nebraska, and whether they were forced or profited from.