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Also in that footage is Frag, a member of Perverted-Justice, who is seen advising police on what to do next.

According to the Esquire account (again, contested by Dateline) Dateline crewmembers notified police that they observed that a Sunday newspaper on Conradt's doorstep had disappeared, indicating that Conradt was actually home.

One man, for example, writes the following to what he believes to be a 12-year-old girl: "yes I do want to come over--- would love to get you naked." That's relatively tame: Much of the chat room dialogue is too "graphic and disgusting" for "Dateline" to share.

Some men, Dateline reports, send illicit photos of themselves to the decoys.

According to raw footage obtained by Esquire, at least one Dateline cameraman had hidden himself near the Conradt residence door.

Chris Hansen and Dateline denied that crew members were on the private property (such an act is illegal).

Here's how it works: "Dateline" has volunteers pose as 12- or 13-year-olds and log in to chat rooms, where, as the accompanying online story explains, they wait "to be hit on by adults looking for sex.

Local law enforcement conducted a sting operation that identified Conradt as a suspect, and Dateline cameras recorded the events that followed.

Conradt's death increased criticism of the already controversial show significantly, being criticized by some in the legal and journalistic profession.

A year after the incident, Rolling Stone and Esquire published articles denouncing To Catch a Predator.

In an email response to The Houston Chronicle, he wrote: The idea that anything led to the suicide of Conradt other than his want to avoid potential penalties for soliciting a 13-year-old boy sexually is outlandish.

We encourage all interested to read the Conradt chat-logs and verification call recordings.

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