From my article yesterday in The Sunday Times:

“We have clamoured for an anti-mafia law for years now, since we realised in the horror of the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia that this is the plague of our country. By now, we should have had an anti-mafia prosecution service, special anti-mafia trial procedures, an anti-mafia special chamber.

“We’d be fighting these bastards with something like equality of arms. Instead, we have four underpaid prosecutors, headed by a compromised and remarkably invisible attorney general who hasn’t served a day of her life in a criminal court, to somehow keep their head above water as they’re being pulled under by practically the entire local community of criminal lawyers in private practice stacked up against them on the other side.”

Read the full article here.