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Jürgen Roth

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Specialist author. Born in Frankfurt / Main in 1945, is considered one of the most important investigative journalists in Germany. Numerous television documentaries and several sensational books since the early 1970s. For 20 years he has been working almost exclusively on the topic of organized crime worldwide, in recent years especially with a view to Eastern Europe. Lecturer at the Police Leadership Academy in Hiltrup, the Police Academy of the International Police Association (IPA) and the Catholic Academy in Trier.

Publications: (Selection) Poverty in the Federal Republic, Frankfurt / M .: Melzer, 1971; Reports on the misery of everyday life, Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1973; E.g. Frankfurt - the destruction of a city, Munich: Bertelsmann, 1975; Geography of the Oppressed - the Kurds, Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1978; Time bomb poverty. Social Reality in the Federal Republic, Heidelberg: Rasch & Röhring, 1985; Broker of death. Arms dealers unpack, Hamburg: Rasch & Röhring, 1986; The midnight government. Report on the power of the secret services, Hamburg: Rasch & Röhring, 1990; The criminal holding. United Europe under the grip of the Mafia (with Marc Frey), Munich: Piper, 1992; The swamp. Corruption in Germany, Munich: Piper, 1995; The Russian mafia. The most dangerous criminal syndicate in the world, Hamburg: Rasch & Röhring, 1996; Crash. The end of our prosperity, Munich: Piper, 1997; The red bosses. Russia's tycoons take power in Europe, Munich: Piper, 1998; The gray eminence. The network of diplomats, gangsters and politicians, Heidelberg: Hoffmann & Campe, 1999; Dirty hands. How Western States Cooperate with the Drug Mafia, Munich: Bertelsmann, 2000; The oligarch. Vadim Rabinovich breaks the silence, Munich: Europe, 2001; Networks of Terror, Hamburg: Europa, 2001; Millions, power and contract killing. Normal business, Hamburg: Europa, 2002.