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Erik Wemple
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Posted at 08:30 AM ET, 06/25/2012

Shadid’s widow said she was ‘mad at journalism’

A four-month-old interview takes on fresh relevance in light of the emerging allegations that foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid had serious disagreements with the New York Times prior to the deployment to Syria that ended his life. In the video below, Shadid’s widow, Nada Bakri, proclaims that she’s “mad at journalism.” She doesn’t elaborate on the remark too much.

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Tags:  anthony shadid, new york times, syria, nada bakri

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