When the state is absent

2021-01-30T16:24:47+01:00Fri, 29th Jan '21, 14:45|

The Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry has almost completed the phase of hearing witnesses in open court. There’s one or perhaps a few more witnesses to hear and that’s it. There’s some of the evidence which is being heard in the criminal proceedings that is expected to go the inquiry’s way. And some other related evidence [...]

Repubblika files submissions to Daphne inquiry board

2021-01-29T13:48:39+01:00Fri, 29th Jan '21, 13:48|

The judges presiding the Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry this morning accepted a request by Repubblika to make submissions addressing the inquiry's terms of reference. The judges said this would be normal if this had been a public inquiry in England and they would be adopting the same approach. The inquiry board invited anyone interested to [...]

Me, you and K

2021-01-29T16:19:02+01:00Fri, 29th Jan '21, 13:38|

Whatever evidence there may or may not be linking Joseph Muscat and Keith Schembri with the plot to kill Daphne Caruana Galizia, its execution, and the attempt to ensure that those responsible for it are allowed to avoid justice, the evidence of the links between Joseph Muscat and Keith Schembri and Yorgen Fenech keeps showing [...]

Yorgen’s fidget spinner

2021-01-29T13:06:53+01:00Fri, 29th Jan '21, 13:06|

Some time ago Simon Mercieca said he was shocked at me for saying that I would ignore recommendations by the magistrate hearing the evidence against Yorgen Fenech that asked that only news organisations (and not individuals) report on the proceedings in court and then only to report the facts, not to discuss them. Simon Mercieca [...]

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