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  1. François Pilet, Switzerland, is a freelance investigative reporter with a special interest in finance, banks, money laundering and corporate fraud. He started out as a beat reporter for the local daily 24 Heures in Lausanne. Read complete profile »

  2. Joseph Poliszuk, Venezuela, is editor of the site, a media outlet dedicated exclusively to investigative journalism.

    Through Armando and other media outlets, Poliszuk has published findings about landmines on Venezuelan soil, local corruption and minerals' trafficking.

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  3. Edouard Perrin, France, is a reporter with production company Premières Lignes. He previously worked with French public television station France 2.

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  4. Angel Paez, Peru, is the founder of Peru's first investigative reporting team and has been working as its director at La Republica since 1990, exposing government corruption, international drug trafficking, and clandestine warfare.

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  5. Miranda Patrucić, Bosnia, is a lead investigative reporter with the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo and Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project.

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  6. Jacques Pauw, South Africa, was a founding member and assistant editor of Vrye Weekblad, the first Afrikaans language anti-apartheid newspaper that became one of the most persecuted and prosecuted newspapers in South African history.

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  7. Titus Plattner, Switzerland, is an investigative reporter and currently a JSK Fellow at Stanford University (2017-2018). Previously, he worked for the joint investigative team of two Sunday newspapers in the French and German parts of Switzerland, Le Matin Dimanche and SonntagsZeitung. Read complete profile »
  8. Andras Petho, Hungary, is co-founder and editor of Direkt36, an investigative reporting center in Hungary.

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  9. Djordje Padejski, United States and Serbia, is a freelance investigative and data journalist, and founding director of the FOIA Machine, a transparency platform for journalists hosted by the Center for Investigative Reporting. Padejski works for the John S.

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