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Tina Urso Apr 16
18 months ago was killed for speaking out.Before she was killed, it took 30 yrs of attacks,harassment & a successful hate campaign crafted by the Government of Malta to label her enemy of the people- but she persisted. This is why people are protesting today
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Rebecca Vincent Apr 15
We will not forget journalist , who was assassinated 18 months ago today by a car bomb in . This will not go away; we will not rest until all those involved in the planning and carrying out of this heinous attack are brought to justice.
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Christoph Schwaiger 8h
"It is likely to be one or more people who have acted with impunity before and felt confident that they would not face justice for my mother’s murder."
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Mandy Mallia Apr 17
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Eye On Malta Apr 16
ago I received 's last text message.
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Maggie Soladay Apr 15
“Speak the truth, even if your voice shakes.” -
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Jen Robinson Apr 16
“If America could burn Julian Assange at the stake, it would do so. That is the real sadness of what this situation has revealed: that when it comes down to shutting up those who inconvenience us, we’re all brothers and sisters under the skin.”: on
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Roberta Metsola MEP Apr 15
They may have silenced her pen, but try as they may, no bomb will ever extinguish her light. 18 months on. Still fighting. We will see justice done - however long it may take.
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Mandy Mallia Apr 16
18 months of complete impunity for all those involved in Daphne’s assassination. Ask yourselves why.
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Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC 14h
Incredibly powerful, disturbing words from brilliant, brave . Sitting with , listening to Caroline outline lack of justice for & her family 18 months on,& poor state of press freedom in . An inquiry is essential.
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Mandy Mallia 7h
’s : 718 ‘likes’ 466 comments 150 ‘shares’ in the 37 minutes since an online ‘news’ portal uploaded an ‘article’ about a friend of PM ’s wife opening a make-up shop (yes, a make-up shop) here. was so right.
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Flutura Kusari Apr 16
18 months after was killed: -Suspected hitmen granted bail on money laundering case -Masterminds still at large -Family forced to litigate for a public inquiry -PM Muscat playing cat & mouse game instead of taking forward reforms. Still no
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Alice Taylor Apr 9
Man who joked about murdered journalist, promoted YET AGAIN into cultural role in
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RSF in English Apr 15
Journalist was assassinated 18 months ago today, and still we are no closer to justice. We call yet again for the immediate launch of a public inquiry to determine whether her life could have been saved and how to protect journalists still working in .
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Mandy Mallia 1h
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#occupyjustice 🍃 8h
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Flutura Kusari 8h
Read this. : The weekend before was murdered, we were at an old house which my wife and I had bought…My mother was there with my brother Matthew, helping me... Two days later, she was murdered.
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lizzie eldridge 3h
'What my mother’s murder represents is a crime against us all - everyone in Europe and beyond, that is - and against the European values my mother fought so hard to uphold.'
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Sarah Clarke 14h
Replying to @MaltaGov
: We reiterate our call for a public inquiry into the assassination of which . continues to refuse. Without it, impunity persists, no lessons have been learned & there’s no way to protect other investigative journalists in the country.
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Eye On Malta Apr 17
"And this after a lifetime of working for a political party which dedicated itself resolutely to violating human rights and oppressing people while claiming to do the opposite and revelling in the worst excesses of corruption."
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