Monika Müller-Kroll has lived in Amsterdam, London, Los Angeles, and Berlin, filing radio reports for German Public Radio, including MDR, BR and Deutschlandradio Kultur.
She has worked for the BBC World Service and contributed to American radio programs, producing reports for "Studio 360" and NPR's former midday program "Day to Day."
In 2005, she won the RIAS Berlin Kommission Radio Award for her essays "Berlin Impressions."
Between 2007 - 2017 Monika Mueller-Kroll produced short features for NPR Berlin's "Life in Berlin" series. She is currently an editor and reporter for KCRW Berlin.
Apart from radio, Monika's passion is drawing cats. In 2003, her work formed part of the group exhibition "The Cat Show" at Acme Gallery in Los Angeles. In 2009 Parisian publisher Ialou released the first edition of Mittens&Gloves, a collection of Monika's cat drawings.
The threats were signed with the name NSU 2.0, a reference to a neo-Nazi terrorist group. Investigators found that some of the cases of these threats involved data accessed from police computers in the state of Hesse.