Day: August 8, 2018

PN lawyer complains about adjectives used by commenters on this blog

PN lawyer complains about adjectives used by commenters on this blog

Lawyer Vincent Galea wrote to me again today with the following. My comments are beneath. “I refer to the comments uploaded on your blog above-referred to. In particular, but not only, I refer to the comments made by Mr. Michael A. Vella where he refers to the Leader of the Nationalist Party Dr Adrian Delia, …

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#occupyjustice condemns ‘political persecution’.

#occupyjustice condemns ‘political persecution’.

A statement released earlier by #occupyjustice: Despite #occupyjustice’s repeated pleas, the Malta Police did not act on the FIAU reports that exposed Konrad Mizzi’s and Keith Schembri’s money laundering crimes. However, the Malta Police seem to be very keen to chase after people, like the former Inspector Jonathan Ferris, who have fought for the truth …

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Trojan horses

Trojan horses

The European Commission has finally expressed its concern about passport sales programs. Commissioner Vera Jourova gave a striking quote yesterday: “We don’t want any trojan horses in the EU”. When something is made to look like something else, it inevitably raises suspicion. Malta’s passport scheme is made to look like an attraction for investment to …

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The unequal dispensation of justice

The unequal dispensation of justice

If the balance is tipped; if the scales are fixed to favour a side; if the blindfold on justice is removed and the sword wielded in the interests of someone against the other, justice becomes injustice and law becomes delinquency. In and of itself there is nothing outside the limits of the law for the …

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