Undercover Reporter Thomas Kuban Speaks To Foreign Journalists


Thomas Kuban, a journalist who for over a decade filmed neo-Nazi... News PhotoBerlin,Concert,Crime,Disguise,Event,Explaining,Germany,Headshot,History,Horizontal,Journalist,Justice - Concept,Law,Neo-nazism,Right-Wing,Small,Social Issues,TalkingPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 30: Thomas Kuban, a journalist who for over a decade filmed neo-Nazi concerts and other right-wing events, wears a disguise as he explains the use of one of the miniature cameras he used while speaking to the Foreign Journalists' Association on November 30, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Thomas, Kuban, which is an alias, produced a documentary film and also recently completed a book from his experiences titled 'Blut Muss Fliessen, Undercover Unter Nazis' ('Blood Must Flow, Undercover Under Nazis'). Kuban said the concerts and the sale of music CDs are the neo-Nazi scene's most important instrument for recruiting new followers and for generating funding. Kuban avoids revealing his true identity because he fears reprisals from neo-Nazis. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)