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Turkish intelligence could be involved in the murder of journalist Serena Shim

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posted on Oct, 20 2014 @ 10:51 AM
A Lebanese-American reporter working for Iranian channel, Press TV, Serena Shim has been killed in a car crash in Turkey, following her reports of accusations from Turkey’s intelligence agency that she had been “spying.”

Serena was killed in a reported car accident when she was returning from a report scene...their car collided with a heavy vehicle.

She had expressed fears for her own safety; her death came a day after she reported receiving threats from the Turkish intelligence agency (MİT), saying they had accused her of spying.

Shim had been reporting that IS militants had crossed the border from Turkey into Syria in trucks apparently affiliated with NGOs, some of which allegedly bore World Food Organization symbols.


This is very suspicious, Serena was “killed“ in this “accident” after a threat by Turkish Intelligence and after she reported that IS militants had crossed the border from Turkey into Syria in trucks.

Listen to her claims:

RIP Serena Shim
edit on 20/10/2014 by voyger2 because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 20 2014 @ 11:05 AM
Turkey’s Gendarmerie General Command (JGK) still refuses to reveal the identity of the driver involved in the suspicious incident that claimed the life of Press TV's correspondent Serena Shim in the country.

(..)she had gained access to images showing militants crossing the border in trucks belonging to the World Food Organization and other NGOs.


posted on Oct, 20 2014 @ 11:31 AM
In reference to the apparent "freedom of movement" by ISIS in Turkey - meaning possible secret support by the Turkish government, i correlate this event (modus operandi) to another thread:
Islamic State foiled in attempt to kidnap Syrian rebel leader in Turkey

posted on Jan, 12 2015 @ 09:45 AM
Germany’s domestic intelligence chief:

called Turkey a "key country" as over 90 percent of the militants traveled via Turkey to join the Islamic State and other terrorist organizations.

Germany to Turkey: 'Turkey must prevent terrorists from crossing its borders to Syria'

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