Published On: Tue, Jan 9th, 2018

Malta Journalist Murder Case: Former investigator fears for his life


An expelled investigator, who was investigating the corruption allegations raised by Malta’s murdered journalist, has confessed to a reporter working with an International media house that he feared for his life.

Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, several days before her brutal murder, raised severe corruption allegation against some close relatives and colleagues of the Maltese Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat.

Actually, those named by the journalist were also in the list of financial frauds released in the name of ‘Panama Leak’.

Now, the dismissed investigator, who was the part of the country’s Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit, has asserted that his expulsion was politically motivated. He has also said that he possessed several details about the story which the journalist was working on during her last days.

He has added that the as he feared for his life he separated the information in six envelopes and safely placed in the hands of his close friends and relatives. He has further added that if anything happens to his life all the information would be released at once.

With the new developments, it is clear that behind the curtain these are some powerful people who fear the information which was once resided on the hand of the killed journalist and is now on the hands of this expelled officer.


Vignesh. S. G

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Malta Journalist Murder Case: Former investigator fears for his life