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Serena Shim was a reporter for Press TV who courageously reported on many significant events in the middle east before those events were reported by the corporate media. She risked her safety time and time again to do so. She was a true hero. She was fearless. She was a voice for truth in a world of lies. Operation Serena Shim has released several videos explaining many of the suspicious circumstances surrounding the car crash that resulted in Serena Shim’s death.
Seeing personal items of their loved one inside a display case is a bittersweet honor for the family of Serena Shim, the foreign correspondent who grew up in Metro Detroit. Her mother and sisters donated her passport, press identification and iPad...
Remembering American Journalist Killed In Suspicious Car Crash In Turkey After Entering Erdogan’s Crosshairs. Shim’s message came full circle in her final interview: defending herself against allegations that she was working for the Turkish opposition...
Serena Shim was an American journalist who worked for Press TV on the ground at every major war conflict. She was killed by the Turkish government, when she uncovered the smuggling of ISIS soldiers through the Turkish and Syrian border using NGO trucks...
Published on Oct 10, 2017
Serena Shim is described as a hero | by her family and supporters
Thousands thronged the streets of Bourj el-Barajneh on the day of her funeral. “People came from all over,” said her sister, Fatmeh Shim. “Everyone was clapping and screaming: ‘The hero’s here! The hero’s here! The hero’s here!’” An official inquiry into Serena Shim’s tragic death has never been issued or carried out. No verifiable autopsy report was ever conducted. Even the bare requisite of a criminal trial – allegedly scheduled to begin in March 2015 – was quashed by Turkey’s judiciary.
A rare effort of outreach to the family came in the form of a condolence letter from longtime US Representative John Conyers, a Democrat and current chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.
“During Serena’s years of life she left a legacy of commitment to truth, justice and human rights. As a dedicated wife, mother, daughter, and friend, Serena lived an exceptional and honourable life. She has instilled these values in her children, and her spirit will continue to thrive through them. As an international journalist, a human rights reporter and war zone specialist, she touched many with her dedication towards the better good of humanity. Her achievements were great and her life should stand as an inspirational example to many.”
Published on Jan 17, 2017
The mainstream media | don’t want you to say Serena Shim’s name
Two years on from Shim’s untimely death, the pain is still fresh and the wound of her passing still open. This has been exacerbated by the mountain of disinformation swirling around Serena’s final days, the failure of the American government to acknowledge her killing, their refusal to investigate it and the official disregard for her family’s attempts to achieve justice for Serena. Our of respect for the significance of her work, Serena has been honoured in the Arab American National Museum, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian. However, there has been a general academic neglect of her case by organisations that are supposed to protect and advocate for journalists as well as an almost blanket silence among the corporate US mainstream media.
Published on Dec 20, 2016
Serena Shim was many things. Daughter. Sister. Mother. Fiercely loyal friend to many. Determined and well respected journalist. Intrepid researcher. Studious documenter of evidence. American citizen. Truth seeker. There are those who sought to describe her quite differently, however. Troublemaker. Irritant. Agent of misinformation. Threat. Spy. Target. Corporate mainstream media, the US Department of State, the Erdogan government of Turkey and NATO have done and continue to do as little as possible to seek any answers or credible information regarding Serena’s death.
This Episode includes interviews with Judith Poe (Mother of Serena) and Se7en of Anonymous OpSerenaShim.
While on assignment for PressTV in Turkey Serena witnessed ISIL militants being transported into Syria on World Food Organization vehicles via Turkey. Serena said that she had gathered evidence to support her claims. It was then that Turkish Intelligence MIT claimed Serena was a spy and sought to arrest her for questioning. Serena was worried, her next move was to publicly go on air denouncing these accusations and telling the world about her current dilemma in hopes of protecting herself on October 17th 2014 Serena aired a plea live on Press TV. stating that she was not a spy and very concerned for her safety.
Serena was reported to have died in a car accident while returning to her hotel in Turkey after leaving the strategically important Syrian town of Kobani. Her death occurred the day after she broadcast an item in which she said the Turkish intelligence agency had threatened her and accused her of spying. She had reported that Islamic State militants had crossed from Turkey into Syria on trucks bearing the symbols of the World Food Organisation and other NGOs.
This Episode includes interviews with Serena’s mother Judith Poe and his sister Fatemeh Shim.