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Brent Renaud dies in Kyiv, Ukraine.

 Brent Renaud dies in Kyiv, Ukraine.







Kyiv, Ukraine. The police in Kyiv said, in posts on social networking sites, on Sunday, that the American informant Brent Reno was killed by Russian forces in the huge Ukrainian city of Arbin. There were reports that another American informant had been injured.

 

 In a tweet, the Kyiv region police linked the dead man to Reno, who was 50 years old. Police released a copy of his body and his US passport as evidence, as well as a copy of an old New York Times journalist's logo bearing Reno's name.




 The head of the Kyiv region police, Andrei Neptov, said in a Facebook post that Russian forces had shot at Renault, adding that "residents are cynically killing informants from the cross-border media, who were trying to reveal the truth about the atrocities of the Russian service in Ukraine."


"Of course the press has its flaws, but American citizen Brent Reno paid with his life for it in an attempt to shed light on the extent of the deception, violence and brutality of the attacker," Nebitov added.


 Neptov said that two other informants were injured, adding that "the wounded were rescued previously and taken to a sanatorium in the capital, and their condition is currently unknown."



 One of the wounded informants is believed to be Colombian-American shooter Juan Arredondo, who is now in the sanatorium, according to a video on social media and cross-border media reports.



 Footage emerged on social media of an informant linked to Juan Arredondo at the Ahmeddet sanatorium in Kyiv, describing him being shot by Russian forces as he drove through a checkpoint in Arbin on his way to retrieve deportees who had left the huge city.
"There were two of us, my friend Brent Reno. He was shot and left before," Arredondo said in the video, adding that Reno was shot in the neck. stretcher). 



An ambulance, I don't know."
 Arredondo, a filmmaker and visual detective who is also a high school professor at Columbia Journalism College, posted a print from Zhytomyr, Ukraine on Saturday, indicating in an Instagram post that it is "#important."
 "We don't have any independent information on his injuries at this time, but we're working now to find out more and see if we can help," Columbia University dean of journalism Steve Cole told CNN.




 Arredondo is the 2019 Harvard Neiman Fellow. His photos have initially appeared in the New York Times, National Geographic, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, ESPN, Vanity Fair, and other media, according to his memoirs on his website.
In a statement on Telegram, the lawyer for Ukraine's Interior Minister Anton Gerichenko said Renault "paid with his life for her attempt to expose the betrayal, brutality and brutality of the attacker".




 CNN is not qualified to confirm the operation of any media outlet in Ukraine. The police did not name the injured informant.





 Paeans to Renaud

 In a statement on Sunday, The New York Times said: "We are deeply burdened to hear of Brent Reno's death. Brent was a talented filmmaker who has contributed to the New York Times over time. Although he contributed to the history of The Times (such as as recently as 2015), he has not He was not on assignment in any of the Times offices in Ukraine.





 Previous reports published that he was working for the Times because he had worn the authorized press crest of The Times several times."
 The original Kyiv government said on Friday that the main city of Arbin in northern Ukraine, located just outside Kyiv, has been the point of major Russian bombing in recent days and has seen widespread devastation.





Renaud was a Peabody Award-winning film director, patron, and investigator who lived and worked in New York City and Little Rock, Arkansas, according to his memoirs on the Renaud Sisters.





 Reno and his family, Craig, spent time "telling real human stories from the world's flashpoints," including regimes in Iraq, Afghanistan, Haiti, Egypt and Libya, according to his memoirs on his website.





 The director of the Harvard Nieman Foundation told the press Sunday that the foundation is "sad" over the death of the whistleblower, who was the Harvard Nieman Fellow of the year 2019.





“Our Neiman colleague Brent Reno has been very blessed and kind, and his work has invested with humanity,” said Anne-Marie Lipinski, Director of the Foundation. "He was killed for a moment outside Kyiv, the world and the press are weaker than that. We are sad," he added. tweet.





The Intelligence Coverage Committee on Sunday condemned the grant and called for the killers to be brought to justice.






 "American journalist Brent Reno was shot dead and another informant was wounded Sunday in the main city of Arbin outside Kyiv, according to a Ukrainian police employee and news reports," the New York-based association said in a statement.
 A post on the Renaud Sisters feud on Facebook, dated March 8, urged a full feed to follow the content of the war.
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