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Darren Foster
Mariana van Zeller
Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster go undercover in this episode to investigate the craze of synthetic drugs in America.
Darren Foster
Mariana van Zeller
Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster focus this episode on the debate of gun control, focusing on a community in Arizona where gun laws are lenient.
Darren Foster
Mariana van Zeller
Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster focus this episode on revealing the harsh reality of animal cruelty and the industry trying to counteract activist's movements.
In a CALL7 investigation it was revealed that three Pinnacol Assurance board members went on a company trip to oversee company employees where they apparently cost Pinnacol tens of thousands of dollars.
ABC News goes undercover to investigate Americans who are accountable for selling young women for sex in the Philippines.
Telegraph investigation: Councillors across England are offering themselves for hire to property developers who are hoping to take advantage of relaxed planning laws which come into effect within weeks.
Holly Watt
Claire Newell
Ben Bryant
A Daily Telegraph investigation revealed that Councillors across England are taking advantage of their positions by being hired by property developers who wish bypass building laws. The property developers are willing to pay the councillors any amount of money for their projects to be approved, and the councillors are accepting with open arms.
Merrill Knox
An undercover producer from WHDH investigates how easy it is to gain access to medical marijuana from clinics in Massachusetts.
Telegraph Investigation: Councillors across England are offering themselves for hire to property developers who are hoping to take advantage of relaxed planning laws which come into effect within weeks.
Holly Watt
Claire Newell
Ben Bryant
Investigative reporters for The Telegraph reveal that Councillors across England are offering themselves to be employed by property developers for large sums of money.
Paul Kenyon
Reporter Paul Kenyon went undercover posing as a migrant who wants to be smuggled out of the UK in the documentary "Panorama: Immigration Undercover."
Lindsey Reiser
Investigative reporter Lindsey Reiser goes undercover to expose certain yerberias in Arizona that are illegal distributors of contraceptives.
Brian J. Buchanan
Legislation is working to ban undercover videotaping of livestock. They are trying to eliminate uproar within citizens and keep illegal and abusive matters within their companies.
Mads Brügger
Maja Jul Larsen
In this 2011 documentary, Danish journalist Mads Brügger goes undercover as a Liberian Ambassador, a position secured on the black market, to expose the blood diamond trade in Africa.
Mitt Romney Wanted the Full Tape. Here It Is.
David Corn
The full tape, minus one to two minutes, as posted by Mother Jones.
Ed Sayres
Ed Sayres discusses the "Ag-Gag" bills that will put a stop to undercover exposes of animal abuse or food safety issues.
Colman McCarthy
Colman McCarthy discusses journalists' deceptive methods of reporting.
Sandra Davidson
Sandra Davidson discusses the significance of numerous investigative reporting cases.
Sandra Davidson
Sandra Davidson discusses the significance of the Food Lion case.
In India, reporters use undercover journalism to its full potential.
Unsigned
A new North Korean magazine will strictly use undercover journalism to get their stories.
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