Morten Crone was one of the founders of Berlingskes investigative team. He was part of the team from 2008 - 2010. From 2010 he was Berlingskes European Correspondent in Brussels, and from 2014 he joined the team again.
For more than 15 years Morten has produced several landmark investigative stories for Berlingske. As an investigative reporter, Morten Crone has showed a wide range of skills. He uncovered how the largest Danish companies took part in the "oil-for-food" scandal after the first Gulf War. In another investigative series, Morten Crone documented massive failures in the Danish health care system that lead to the death of a one year old boy. The main story is still amongst the most read newspaper stories ever in Denmark, and the articles lead to fundamental system changes.
Morten Crone has recieved the finest Danish journalism awards "The Cavling" for the multi media investigation "The Crime" - about fundamental but hidden failures in the handling of distress calls to the police.
Currently, Morten Crone is doing stories on migration, survailance and terror. During the last 12 months, he has been collaborating with other investigative units in South and North America.