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James O'Keefe's Predecessors, Their Stings, and Their Ethics
Joel Meares
Joel Meares revisits with CJR's take on some of the best known undercover stings of recent decades: The Chicago Sun-Times Mirage tavern expose, NBC Dateline's To Catch A Predator, Ken Silverstein's Turkmenistan sting, James O'Keefe's ACORN and Planned Parenthood exposes, Carmelo Abbate's gay priests of Rome on film, shuttered slaughterhouses, and Food Lion.
The Editors
a podcast about undercover reporting and its misuses
Emily Esfahani Smith
In the context of the O'Keefe and Lila Rose undercover work, Smith analyzes the ethics of undercover journalism in the recent past and present.
Zev Chafets
A lengthy profile of O'Keefe in the wake of a misdemeanor charge of entering federal property under false pretenses.
James O'Keefe
Part three of O'Keefe's video series on NPR, focusing on funding.
James O'Keefe
The first part of a secretly taped conversation (edited, presented in three parts by James O'Keefe) with NPR's former Foundation President Ron Schiller (who resigned as a result of this video).
Will the last body dragged out the radio network's front door please turn off the lights?
Jack Shafer
Shafer looks at the aftermath of the undercover O'Keefe video with an NPR development executive.
The full 2-hour video of Project Veritas's undercover conversation with NPR's Ron Schiller.
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