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Michael Montgomery is a reporter and broadcast producer for The Center for Investigative Reporting. He is also a special correspondent for KQED Public Radio and contributing producer at American RadioWorks. A veteran of radio, television and newspapers, Michael has reported from Europe, Africa and Latin America on topics such as human rights, war crimes tribunals, corruption and the nuclear black market. In California, he has reported extensively on the state’s criminal justice and prison systems. After completing a Fulbright Fellowship in Eastern Europe, Michael began his career as a newspaper reporter, covering the fall of communism and wars in former Yugoslavia. He was a foreign correspondent for The Daily Telegraph and a contributor to the Los Angeles Times. Michael also held staff positions at CBS News and American Public Media. His work has garnered numerous national and international prizes, including an Overseas Press Club Award, IRE Certificate and Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Gold and Silver Batons.