Tag: Daphne Caruana Galizia

Degiorgio brothers want “FBI opinions” removed from case

A lawyer representing the Degiorgio brothers in the case of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination asked the court to remove “opinions” stated by the FBI from the records of the case.

‘Daphne paid the highest price, not Muscat’ – PN

In a statement, Partit Nazzjonalista remarked that Muscat refrained from mentioning the corruption which festered under his watch and state capture.

Muscat called Rizzo to ask on Daphne’s security

During the last sitting of the public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, the sons (Paul & Andrew) of the slain journalist testified followed by her sister Corinne Vella.

Watch: Building upon what unites us; acknowledging wrongdoing – Delia

Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said that Malta should continue building upon what unites it while still acknowledging wrongdoing.

Schembri returns his diplomatic passport – Govt

The Government of Malta has declared that disgraced Chief of Staff Keith Schembri has returned his diplomatic passport.

Egrant: I don’t like keeping financial assets in Malta – Schembri

He said this while testifying to Magistrate Aaron Bugeja on the Egrant case.

Frank Psaila gives police statement

Frank Psaila has physically visited the Police Headquarters in Floriana to give a police statement to the main investigator of the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and Kurt Zahra from the Prosecution.

Arnold Cassola asks Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate gifts Fenech gave to...

Cassola explained that Muscat was given the watch few days before the decision that the government took so that private property owned by Fenech is included in the high-rise scheme in Mrieħel. He also added that the wines were given to Muscat eight months after the Prime Minister was made aware that Fenech was a suspect in Caruana Galizia’s murder.

‘My sister covered politics which uncovered corruption’ – Corinne Vella

Paul Caruana Galizia recalled Justice Minister Owen Bonnici telling the family in the presence of their lawyer Therese Comodini Cachia that if they accept Judge Antonio Mizzi, they would make his life easier.

Watch: ‘I didn’t help Fenech to try to escape’ – Schembri

Disgraced OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri to testify on Wednesday morning.