Who Is Danny Fenster’s wife Juliana Silva? Age, Children, Family, and more: A piece of news is coming into the headlines about a well-known American television journalist Danny Fenster, that he has been jailed for 11 years. Yes, you read it right that the journalist has been sent to jail. Fenster is one of the most famous and renowned journalists in America. He has gained a huge reputation and respect in his field. He was coming back to his family after 2 years but the Myanmar security forces detained him before he met his family. Since the news went viral, several people are searched to know more details about him along with his personal life. In this article, we are going to give some essential details about his personal life. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who Is Danny Fenster’s wife Juliana Silva?
According to the reports, Fenster is married to Julian Silva. The couple tied the knot several months ago. Julian is 37 years old web designer. Right now, she is in extreme trouble as her husband has been jailed in Myanmar including his brother, Bryan Fenster. However, the United States government is trying hard to release him from Insein prison. His family also created a campaign for his soon release and his return to his country safely. Not much information about his personal life has been disclosed yet.
Outrageous and unacceptable that US journalist & @FrontierMM editor Danny Fenster was sentenced to 11 years in prison by #Myanmar military junta. Charges against him are trumped up & bogus, he’s committed no crimes! Solidarity with Danny, release him now! #FreeDannyFenster @hrw pic.twitter.com/YfWGrh4KBu
— Phil Robertson (@Reaproy) November 12, 2021
The journalist is a native of Michigan. He was serving as the managing editor in a well-known news channel. He went to Myanmar two years before, at that time the country was looking forward to its emerging democracy. He was returning to his family in Chicago when the tragic violence is happening in Myanmar. As per the sources, the journalist was excited about meeting his family. He planned to surprise his parents. He even texted his wife before landing that they will take selfies after being freed from the airport staff with the Covid-19 protective gear.
However, just after six minutes, the Myanmar security forces arrested him. It was a nightmare for him and his family too as they didn’t interact for 11 days. After which, many journalists hid and attempted to flee the country in anarchy. On 3 November, Fenster’s bail application was rejected by the Burmese court. Later, they put another charge on him for violating immigration law. The Myanmar military court sentenced him to 11 years in prison on 12 November. We hope that the journalist Danny Fenster will return soon to his country and his family safely. Stay connected with us for more updates regarding this article.