Day: May 21, 2018

Government denies knowledge

Government denies knowledge

In a 34 word statement the government denied having anything to do with the DDOS attack that brought down this website twice in the last 5 days. That’s it? No reassurances that the police will investigate this “alleged” attack and appropriate action will be taken once the facts are determined? No polite inanities about commitment …

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Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.

Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.

Saviour Balzan could have argued in his editorial about Maria Efimova’s tweet that her English language skills were insufficiently nuanced when she said you can only understand the suffering of the Caruana Galizias if a relative as close to you as Daphne was to them is torn to bits in a bomb. He presented her …

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17 Black: Magistrate rules Mizzi, Schembri, Tonna and Cini have a case to answer

17 Black: Magistrate rules Mizzi, Schembri, Tonna and Cini have a case to answer

A Court ruled today that Konrad Mizzi, Keith Schembri, Brian Tonna and Karl Cini have a case to answer after The Daphne Project released more information on their connections to 17 Black. However the decision sent the evidence to be added to an earlier order by another court for the police to investigate the Panama …

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The Russia House

The Russia House

A British Parliamentary committee is warning the UK government is turning a blind eye to Russian dirty money flowing through the City’s financial structures serving the foreign policy aspirations of the Putin government. Read more about that report here, including the response of the UK government that seeks to assure Parliamentarians that the government is …

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Request for temporary ban on FBI witnesses in Daphne Caruana Galizia case denied

Request for temporary ban on FBI witnesses in Daphne Caruana Galizia case denied

A Civil Court judge today turned down an application filed by lawyers for Alfred Degiorgio iċ-Ċiniż, one of the alleged hired assassins accused of killing Daphne Caruana Galizia, to stop FBI witnesses from testifying against them at least until the Court takes a final decision on preventing them from doing so altogether. In a lengthy …

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The smell of Gasol

The smell of Gasol

David Lindsey’s story yesterday on The Malta Independent on Sunday throws a little more light on the darkness of the exit of Gasol from the Electrogas consortium. Jacob Borg’s story today on The Times of Malta provides some more information about the agency of Konrad Mizzi as some form of mediator between any regulator with …

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