According to him, the fatal victim is Brent Reno. He was allegedly killed by a sniper’s bullet, the police chief said on Facebook. In addition to the killing of (51) Brent type, two other reporters were wounded. They were taken to the hospital. Their health status is unknown.
His message was accompanied by a video clip showing a police officer in a bulletproof vest and the body of a man lying on his back at the scene of the shooting. On the now-banned photo was a press card from New York times Featured in a photo of Raynaud and the “Video Journalist” category.
An executive of the newspaper stated on Twitter that New York times Very sad to hear of Raynaud’s death. “Brent was a talented photographer and director, but was not commissioned by Ukraine newspaper. Although he has contributed to The Times in the past (most recently in 2015), he has not been in Ukraine with any of the newspaper’s editors,” said Deputy Editor-in-Chief Cliff Levy. Initial reports about his work for the Times are based on a press statement issued years ago to a job.”
Pictures spread on Twitter of an injured man being dragged away. He will be one of his fellow journalists.
Reno worked as a writer, documentary filmmaker, and photojournalist, according to information about him on the Internet. He has worked with his brother on HBO, NBC, Discovery, PBS, NYTimes and ViceNews. Together they founded the Little Rock Film Festival in the US state of Arkansas, according to their Twitter account.