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Ukrainian journalist shames Fox News for not mentioning the Ukrainian woman who was killed alongside their cameraman

Fox News is taking (the usual) unfair beating Tuesday; as Twitchy reported, a journalist for the Miami Herald noted that Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski was killed in Ukraine and the women on “Outnumbered” were talking about inflation. A quick check of Twitter showed that Fox News had been reporting on Zakrzewski all morning, just not during the 30 seconds that the Miami Herald’s reporter happened to tune in. Imagine reporting on two stories at once.

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Now Fox News is being shamed again by Olga Rudenko, chief editor of the Kyiv Independent, for not even mentioning that Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshinova had been killed in the same attack.

As of this writing, Rudenko posted those screenshots 20 minutes ago, meaning she could have included this headline from the Fox News website:

In the story, Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott says, “We held off on delivering this devastating news earlier today out of respect for her family whom we have been in touch with throughout and we extend our deepest condolences to them.”

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What monsters.

https://twitter.com/EdwardOrysiek/status/1503819803936505857

There’s video too:

Here’s Fox News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst:

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The New York Times gets a pass, but Fox News is accused of being a Russian propaganda outlet.


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