Journalist balancing on the edge
The life of investigative journalists tends to be quite short but intense. Pavla Holcová has just gotten over five tumultuous years of her life and knows very well that getting your life turned upside down is easier than people think. Especially when playing with the fire of uncovering organized crime in the Balkans or suspicious Russian investments in Montenegro, pointing out money laundering or trying to find relations between Slovak politicians and Italian mafia.
What does the internationally awarded journalist, who has also looked under the hood of Panama Papers case, know about somersaults?