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Jim-Crow Is Kicked In the Pants
Ray Sprigle
Undercover as a black man, Sprigle attends the Georgia State Republican convention.
Beginning a Trip Into The Rack Country
Ray Sprigle
Sprigle makes his way into sharecropping country
A Discussion in a Pleasant Negro Home
Ray Sprigle
Sprigle learns about the everyday rules one's required to know when in the south and Black
'I Traveled, Ate, Black'
Ray Sprigle
The first article in Sprigle's series focuses on his travel methods, lack of detection, and reliance on a "guide" to navigate the African American communities in the south.
Undercover with D.C.'s lobbyists for hire
Ken Silverstein
Silverstein's undercover report on the ways in which lobbyists help dictatorial regimes gain favor in Washington. For the article, Silverstein posed as a representative of a firm working to improve Turkmenistan's image, and contacted and met with lobbying firms under that guise.
Sean Hannity
James O'Keefe
Lila Rose
Sean Hannity features Rose and O'Keefe's phone calls to Planned Parenthood clinics. Posing as potential donors who want to give money specifically for minority abortions, the recorded phone conversations attempt to accuse the organization of supporting genocide.
Lila Rose
James O'Keefe
Lila Rose, with James O'Keefe posing as her 23-year-old boyfriend, goes into a Los Angeles Planned Parenthood clinic. She's posing as a 15-year-old girl.
Lila Rose
David Schmidt
A video of Lila Rose's undercover reporting in a Planned Parenthood clinic. While James O'Keefe was not officially a part of the Liveaction video, he advised Rose and had worked with her before on a similar video in 2006 and 2007.
James O'Keefe
Hannah Giles
This two-part undercover video at the San Bernadino ACORN office, along with the San Diego tapes, prompted Gov. Schwarzenegger to ask the state's Atty. General Jerry Brown to investigate the group. After obtaining the unedited tapes, Brown found no violation of criminal laws. The report did, however, find possible violations of state civil laws. The ACORN employee who claimed to have killed her husband, Tresa Kaelke, was (according to the AG's report) deliberately saying shocking, untrue, things after catching on to O'Keefe's scheme.
The full 2-hour video of Project Veritas's undercover conversation with NPR's Ron Schiller.
James O'Keefe calls himself a progressive radical and an investigative journalist without formal training. ACORN's tactics had made him angry, he says.
An interview/profile of O'Keefe after the ACORN sting.
Why did this $105,000-a-year lawyer from Harvard go to work as a $7-an-hour busboy at the Greenwich Country Club — and what did he find?
Lawrence Otis Graham
Lawrence Graham, a Harvard alum and lawyer, goes to work as a busboy in a Greenwich country club.
Athelia Knight
Judges and corrections officials disagree on the severity of the drug problem at Lorton in the conclusion to the prison series.
Athelia Knight
The third article in the Lorton series examines the double lives and dangerous competition between the shuttle bus drivers to the prison.
Athelia Knight
The second in the series of articles on drug smuggling into Lorton Reformatory.
Athelia Knight
The first in a four-part series on how drugs were smuggled in to Lorton Reformatory
Task Force Report
Task Force Report
From editor's note: "Thousands of alcoholics every year, most of them on public aid, go thru the alcoholism treatment center at Northeast Community Hospital, a haven for welfare loafers and often a waste of time for patients who seek help. Conditions inside the hospital are described in this last article in a series by Task Force Director Pamela Zekman and reporters Jay Branegan, William Crawford and William Gaines." In order to research this story, reporter William Crawford posed as an alcoholic and was admitted to Northeast Community Hospital for "treatment."
Six Days in State Prison Through The Eyes of a 'Murderer'
Ben H. Bagdikian
Bagdikian goes undercover as an inmate in central Pennsylvania for six days, after three months of reporting on the prison system from the "outside."
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