How long does it take to say no?

2021-08-19T10:09:31+02:00Wed, 18th Aug '21, 18:59|

It was odd of Judge Giovanni Grixti to decide to hear arguments on Yorgen Fenech’s request for bail this morning. He shouldn’t have had to. After all he’s guided very clearly by the law. The law says bail should not be granted if at the time the request is made or within a week after [...]

Get those sleepy brain cells excited

2021-08-18T10:35:34+02:00Wed, 18th Aug '21, 10:35|

This is a competition organised by Labour Party candidate in the newspaper. Guess what four letter word beginning with Ħ is represented by the squiggly black thing on that traffic sign. The fact that "Perit Audrey" expects you, or anyone, to think you deserve a prize for guessing that, shows just what she thinks of [...]

Yorgen Fenech indicted for complicity in the wilful homicide of Daphne Caruana Galizia

2021-08-18T10:18:40+02:00Wed, 18th Aug '21, 10:18|

The Attorney General has filed in court today the indictment against Yorgen Fenech paving the way for a trial for his involvement in the killing of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017. The indictment was filed as the criminal court presided by Judge Giovanni Grixti was considering a request by Yorgen Fenech for release on [...]

Self-service capital punishment

2021-08-18T10:10:13+02:00Wed, 18th Aug '21, 10:10|

It must be the easiest PR job in the world to discredit a convicted felon. If your whistle-blower resided in a prison, the likelihood that they are lifetime victims of injustice is extremely slim if you’re not watching a cheap Hollywood trope. But only convicted felons can be the victims of prison abuse. They are [...]

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