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Serena Shim was a U.S. Citizen, she was a daughter, sister, mother, and a journalist. Her family and friends affectionately called her Sassy, Her mission in life was to expose the TRUTH and make the world a better place. 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. Two days later On October 19th 2014 Serena Shim and her Cousin Judy Irish were traveling down a 3 lane highway when a truck crashed into their car at full speed not even attempting to stop. After the accident both women were alive no police came only military, Judy Irish was taken to a local hospital and Serena Shim was taken away to another location there is no other information available except that sometime after she was taken away she was killed, and all of her belongings including videos, pictures and reports have mysteriously disappeared. Show with Fatmeh Shim sister of Serena Shim October 17th 2015 https://anonintelgroup.wordpress.com/2015/09/20/the-price-of-truth-intelgroup-interviews-serena-shims-mother-judithpoe/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serena_Shim http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/11/07/mystery-surrounds-death-us-citizen-and-journalist-serena-shim-in-turkey/

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