undercover journalist

Anas Aremeyaw Anas
"Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has broken dozens of stories of corruption and organized crime all over Ghana -- without ever revealing his identity. In this talk (in which his face remains hidden) Anas shows grisly footage from some of his investigations and demonstrates the importance of facing injustice."
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.
My brief, breathtaking, rage-inducing, low-paying, dildo-packing time inside the only online-shipping machine.
Mac McClelland
Journalist Mac McClelland was asked by his editors to go undercover posing as a warehouse worker at Amalgamated Product Giant Shipping Worldwide Inc., in order to reveal their employee treatment.
"We're Up to $60 Million"
Matthew Fleischer
Journalist Matthew Fleischer went undercover to pose as a member of one of the most secretive and powerful Republican organizations, The Lincoln Club of Orange County.
Reporter Hoang Khuong was convicted for the usage of investigative reporting, after writing two stories that were for the purpose of a public service announcement, exposing illegal actions between a traffic offender and a policeman.
Pierre Salinger
In a supplementary article to the California County Jails Expose, Pierre Salinger reports on his visit to an L.A. county "jail farm," where inmates work the land and care for the livestock.
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