SPOTLIGHTS NEVADA’S MUSTANG RANCH AND ITS $18 MILLION FUGITIVE, AIRING ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4th AT 9 PM ET
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 2, 2009 - The next edition of CNBC's "AMERICAN GREED," "The Mustang Ranch: Money, Women and Murder" airing WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4h at 9PM ET, travels to Nevada to the first legal brothel the U.S to tell the story of Joe Conforte, the pioneering pimp and ranch founder who racked up an $18-million tax debt and now lives and on the run.
American Greed episode #23: "Mustang Ranch: Money, Women, and Murder" re-airs on Sunday, March 8th, at 11PM ET.
American Greed" is produced by Kurtis Productions. Sharon Barrett is the producer for Kurtis Productions. Charles Schaeffer is the Executive Producer for CNBC of "American Greed." Jonathan Wald is the Senior Vice President, Business News at CNBC.
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