A review of the Egrant inquiry conclusions (Part 3)

A review of the Egrant inquiry conclusions (Part 3)

Third part of Godfrey Leone Ganado’s review of the conclusions of the Egrant inquiry: In this third Article, I will provide further background from the Panama Papers, the legislation governing companies in Panama and how Egrant Inc fits into this scenario. On page 1409 of the report, point ‘f’ lists Panama Lawyer Fernando Berguido who …

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Matthew Caruana Galizia: Karl Cini forged Egrant documents

Matthew Caruana Galizia: Karl Cini forged Egrant documents

Matthew Caruana Galizia is yet another witness in the Egrant inquiry who says he has been warned by Magistrate Aaron Bugeja of consequences if evidence in his possession was handed over to the inquiry. “When I testified before Magistrate Aaron Bugeja more than a year ago, he warned me he could not protect me if …

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The directorships of Jacqueline Alexander

The directorships of Jacqueline Alexander

You’re not expected to memorise this. There’s no test at the end of the week. But you should know that Jacqueline Alexander, the witness who testified she never signed the declarations of trust of Egrant identifying Michelle Muscat as its owner served as director for the list of companies appearing here. For each of these …

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The Mike Mansholt story: his father loses hope he’ll ever get answers from Malta

The Mike Mansholt story: his father loses hope he’ll ever get answers from Malta

Die Welt, one of Germany’s top newspapers, has published a detailed story on the case of Mike Mansholt, a young German man whose body was found at the foot of Dingli cliffs next to his bike but missing his shoes and his camera. He had no fractures or any bodily evidence of a fall and …

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Ali Sadr’s sister shuts down San Francisco shop

Ali Sadr’s sister shuts down San Francisco shop

Ali Sadr Hasheminejad’s sister, Negarin Sadr, closed down her clothes shop in San Francisco four weeks ago. A trusted source of this website yesterday visited the address formerly occupied by Negarin London after its Google page marked it as permanently closed. Witnesses from the neighbourhood on Fillmore Street, San Francisco, told this website Negarin London …

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GUEST POST: It’s up to us again

GUEST POST: It’s up to us again

Sent in by Karen Calleja who was at yesterday’s vigil: Many things have happened in the last 10 months, but there hasn’t been a day when Daphne Caruana Galizia was not thought of, mentioned or remembered. I still visit her Running Commentary, to refresh my memory and to feel her presence. And I always end …

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A review of the Egrant inquiry conclusions (Part 2)

A review of the Egrant inquiry conclusions (Part 2)

Second part of Godfrey Leone Ganado’s review of the conclusions of the Egrant inquiry: Egrant, Panama and the Inquiry Report Once again, I must highlight that my article is based on the 50 page conclusions published with the compliments of Joseph Muscat, who together with his spouse Michelle Muscat Tanti, are the subjects of the …

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Simon Busuttil on EU Observer: ‘I am one of the few left standing’.

Simon Busuttil on EU Observer: ‘I am one of the few left standing’.

From a report of an interview with Simon Busuttil published this morning on the EU Observer: “‘It is getting to a point where they are steadily and slowly taking over the judiciary. Fortunately the Constitutional Court decided in my favour, one month ago, to remove the judge and guess what? They appealed,’ Busuttil says. “Similar …

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Winston Psaila: Above all she had guts

Winston Psaila: Above all she had guts

This is Winston Psaila’s speech at yesterday’s vigil: I would like to say something about hope and illusions. For as long as I can remember, it was drummed into us that hope springs eternal. It’s the last thing to die because it’s the only butterfly we managed to trap in Pandora’s box. I have never …

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