Undercover Reporter Thomas Kuban Speaks To Foreign Journalists : News Photo

Undercover Reporter Thomas Kuban Speaks To Foreign Journalists

BERLIN, 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 speaks 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)
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BERLIN, 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 speaks 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)
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