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Richard welcomes a Danish documentary filmmaker about evidence pointing to the assassination of former UN General Secretary Dag Hammarskjold in September, 1961.
GUEST: Mads Brügger is a Danish filmmaker and TV host. His first two films, Danes for Bush and The Red Chapel, are ironic documentaries filmed in the United States and North Korea respectively.
In October 2011 he released a new documentary, The Ambassador, about the trading of diplomatic titles in Africa. Brügger impersonated a Liberian ambassador by purchasing a new identity on a black market and then proceeded to expose the ease with which people holding diplomatic titles can exploit the gem trade.
As result of the revelations in the documentary the government of Liberia has taken legal steps to prosecute Brügger and the other participants, due to the embarrassment his work has done to the country. However, as of July 2012 the Danish government has not been presented with a formal demand for the extradition of Brügger.
Brügger directed Cold Case Hammarskjold which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, which is a documentary film about the death of UN General Secretary Dag Hammarskjold in a plane crash in September 1961. In January 2019 Brügger reported in three articles in The Guardian about his findings.