Former Chief Justice, prosecutor says Joseph Muscat should take “several steps back” from Daphne murder investigation

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2019-11-24T07:41:15+01:00Sat, 23rd Nov '19, 18:56|

The below is a brief interview I had with Vincent Degaetano former Chief Justice, Deputy Attorney General and Judge at the European Court of Human Rights. I asked Vincent Degaetano if Joseph Muscat should be taking a step back in the Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination investigation and he answered Joseph Muscat should be taking "several [...]

Who’s in charge?

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2019-11-23T17:45:34+01:00Sat, 23rd Nov '19, 17:45|

There’s nothing we want more right now than to see justice served. But while this spectacle of a collapse plays out before our eyes and we’re all absorbed by this catastrophe can someone answer one simple question: who’s running the country please? If an investor wants a chat with the minister does he call Chris [...]

Here’s someone you should be talking to

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2019-11-23T09:49:06+01:00Sat, 23rd Nov '19, 09:49|

If there's someone who knows who did what, that has to be Karl Cini. He seems likely to be at the bottom of the food-chain but he knows most things about most people. He was in Panama at the Mossack Fonseca office just before the March 2013 election laying out the roadmap for his crooked [...]

I shelter no one

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2019-11-23T09:17:12+01:00Sat, 23rd Nov '19, 09:17|

The prime minister wanted to sound categorical when he said he'll protect no criminals just because their arrest might cause him embarrassment. He was asked if he would be the one to handle a request for immunity from someone willing to testify he was wrong about Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi all along, and Daphne [...]