Serena Shim did many stories on how Turkey opened border for armed fighters to enter Syria. Did she pay ultimate price for her journalism?
— Roshan M Salih (@RmSalih) October 19, 2014
#RIP @PressTV correspondent Serena Shim. Make no mistake about it, the Turkish government killed her. pic.twitter.com/uRjti34VSQ
— Serge (@Zinvor) October 19, 2014
Earlier this year, when the Islamic Republic of Iran illegally arrested Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian and his wife, and falsely charged him of spying, the U.S. government and mainstream media were all over it, and rightfully so, but they're as mute as mice in the face of the murder of journalist Serena Shim by their ally in Ankara.
Shim was informing the world about ISIL's assault on Kobani and the Erdogan government feared that she knew too much about what was going on behind the scenes so they killed her.