Four years ago, Michael Moore made a name for himself in New Jersey as an investigative journalist who wasn’t afraid to get his hands dirty.

A little too dirty, in fact. Moore resigned from The Record of Hackensack under an ultimatum from his editors that he give up a private business he was running on the side — Dig Dirt Inc. — which advertised the ability to get any information anytime about anyone, including motor vehicle division records.

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