• June 22, 2024

What CNN Did At A Little Girl’s Funeral Is Beyond…

Another CNN classic show of disrespect. This is how insensitive this fake news peddler has become. Thanks to this brave unidentified woman who tried to stop a CNN reporter from going live in the middle of a funeral for a 14-year-old girl.

Valentina Orellana-Peralta and her mother, who moved to the US from Chile, were in the store when an officer fired at a suspect who was attacking a woman.

The bullet pierced a wall and hit her.

The United States was “the safest country in the world” at least that’s what Valentina said to his father who flew to Los Angeles from Chile.

Juan, with a heavy heart, said that the actions of the police officers involved had been negligent, adding: “I will not rest until the last day until all these criminals are in jail.”

And recently at her funeral, another form of media disrespect was captured on a tweeter video posted by Frank Stoltze.

Reuters reported:

“Frank Stoltze, a Los Angeles-based correspondent, shared a video of CNN filming a live shot at the funeral of Valentina Orellana-Peralta. Orellana-Peralta, 14, was killed by a police officer’s stray bullet while inside the dressing room of a Los Angeles clothing store in December.”

You can see on the video that a woman shakes her head and gestures toward service and attempts to speak with the camera man to stop filming but instead, she was waved off then walked away.

Mediaite reported:

CNN claims that the media coordinator for the funeral have approved the location and timing of the live shots and the crew, later on, stopped filming when the woman intervened. The reporter who filmed the live shot was identified as CNN en Español correspondent Gonzalo Alvarado.

Sources: Daily Caller, Mediaite, CNN, Reuters

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