'Good Morning America' recently went undercover with agents in North Carolina to film a flea market sting to catch vendors hawking counterfeit items such as purses, shoes, electronics and dvds. The segment, which aired this morning, touted Secretary of State Elaine Marshall's "aggressive" stance against counterfeiters in the state. They never identified where the flea market was located (it didn't look like Raleigh) but did say Sgt. Henry King of the Rocky Mount Police Department headed up Operation Faux Pas, which used police officers from across the state.
Update: It's most definitely not Raleigh, as confirmed by the State Fair Grounds Flea Market folks.
You can watch the segment below.