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Wallraff wore an apparently badly sitting wig on his head

Wallraff himself also had a brief, but quite bizarre appearance as an undercover researcher: he met a lawyer specialized in dismissals. Wallraff wore an apparently badly sitting wig on his head, sat in a wheelchair, and had a thick neck circling that forced him to slow and sluggish movements.

The lawyer certainly took the role from him anyway and spoke openly that from his point of view no one could be terminated. The speech was obviously about those who make problems with employers' opinions.

"Public is the oxygen of democracy," Wallraff said afterwards in the program "Extra" to the presenter Birgit Schrowange. Thus, the investigator-veteran has described law and Wigsen, at the same time, a fundamental problem of economic life: the fact that the basic freedom of a democracy is usually only up to the factory gate.

He was forgiven for the fact that Wallraff had at times been too much of a push on the fact that the affected workers report to him with new cases. The work should not go out anyway.

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