BRITISH REPORTER ENTERED UKRAINE WITH RUSSIAN CONVOY2 min read
Ed Skibicki paid attention at Graham William Phillips, who appeared in Ukraine in the convoy of the Russian aggressor.
«…you are the scum of the earth. I think if you bought a round-trip ticket from the UK, you overpaid….”, write Ed Skibicki continuing in comments:
“I know exactly who he is and what he has done in the past”.
“He’s a British “journalist” who produced a ton of Russian propaganda when Russia invaded Luhansk and Donetsk in 2014, and created some awful videos, among many other terrible things. Now he’s back in Ukraine, entering through the eastern border. A known Russian asset and real low-life”.
Google helps us to learn more about this person:
“Graham William Phillips (born 26 January 1979), is a British journalist, blogger, columnist and photographer. From 2013 he worked as a freelancer for Russian state-owned channels Russia Today (RT) and Zvezda. Some sources, including Phillips himself, have stated that Phillips worked for RT, as a freelancer, from 2013-2014, however others have claimed he was still working for RT in 2016. For his journalistic work, Phillips has frequently been described as ‘controversial’”.
“In 2011 Phillips moved to Ukraine, and reported from there both as a print journalist, and from the time of Euromaidan as a video journalist,. He covered Euromaidan in Kyiv, and took an anti-Maidan position, repeatedly referring to the new, post-Maidan Ukrainian government as “fascists” and “Kyiv junta”. Due to twice being deported, and banned from Ukraine for his journalism from the Russo-Ukrainian War he has only reported from the non-government controlled parts of Ukraine since 2014. From 2014 on, Phillips has covered events in Crimea, annexed by Russia. He has reported on the Crimean Bridge. Phillips reported from the warzone in Donbas. In November 2014, Phillips was wounded while reporting from the frontline, receiving a shrapnel wound to his back”.
More about G. W. Philips:
Graham Phillips – EverybodyWiki Bios & Wiki
British journalist Graham Phillips held in Ukraine – BBC News