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  1. Dear Mr. Grey

    I am a French student who is studying journalism at the “Académie ESJ” in Lille. I am contacting you in the context of my end-of-year project: each student must submit a well-documented view of their professional objective. I decided to dedicate this project to the investigative journalism.
    Under this approach, I would like to ask you some questions about your career, your experiences, your way of looking at the job and your vision of the modern investigative reporting (especially on an international scale with the ICIJ), as well as on professional insertion for new journalists in this domain.

    If you accept, this exchange could be done by e-mail: I will send you my list of questions following your reply.

    Kind regards,

    Théo Sire.

  2. I am very interested in international affairs (perhaps also I have more knowledge than many of adverse developments internationally as lived overseas for 10 years till 2014) and am looking for a part-time/full-time position (with ICIJ?). Although I am an untrained journalist I have an excellent command of the English language and read “The Times” most days. Perhaps a “trial” period could be arranged? Perhaps you could commission me to write an article on for example a subject which should now be regarded as coming under the heading of “National Interest”?

    I would appreciate your professional feedback.

  3. I came across your blog today and I am in the process of reading your reports. I too am a military writer ^ my blog above.

  4. Hello Mr. Grey,

    I am seeking to speak with you regarding the model of Forensic Theology. A term you coined a little over a decade ago. A few theologians, clinical counselor friends, and I have been discussing the concept and find it fascinating. I recently enrolled in a Masters program for criminal justice with a concentration in Forensic Psychology as a means of understanding the framework of forensics from a legal perspective. Additionally, I have been researching and reading the limited articles on the application of theology within a forensic methodology for minimizing terrorism. I am a registered mediator and a public theologian with a doctorate degree in pastoral community counseling. I hope to hear from you soon.

  5. I’m currently reading your book, The New Spy Masters and it seems that there’s a notable mistake on the first page and beyond. The book refers to the CIA base chief as Jessica Matthews, but in Joby Warrick’s book and in online sources her name is Jennifer Matthews.

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