CBS News has learned investigators hired by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos have now turned over their findings to law enforcement. They are trying to figure out how the National Enquirer obtained private photos and messages from Bezos. Last week, he claimed the Enquirer had explicit images and was trying to blackmail him. Errol Barnett reports.


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