By his series of sensational articles in The Independent, Reeves may have done as much or more than any Western reporter to spread the myth of the ‘Jenin Massacre.’
So where is Phil Reeves now?
Where does he fit, this vicious little gore whore, this character assassin of the Jewish state, this yellow journalist?
Where else? Reeves — now called ‘Philip’ instead of ‘Phil’, befitting his new-found respectability as a ‘journalist’, found a spot at that paragon of fairness and professionalism, NPR!
Philip Reeves is an award-winning veteran foreign correspondent who covers Europe out of NPR’s bureau in London…
Reeves joined NPR in 2004, after spending 17 years as a correspondent for the British daily newspaper, The Independent. During the early stages of his career, he worked for BBC radio and television after training on the Bath Chronicle newspaper in western Britain.
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