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  • Writer's pictureAndré Delicata

Corrupt and a money launderer

It’s now official – there’s sufficient evidence to indicate that Joseph Muscat was (is?) involved in corruption and money laundering. That he is corrupt and a money launderer.

Others have picked it up a long time ago.

Let’s not forget that in 2019, Joseph Muscat was chosen as the 2019 PERSON OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME AND CORRUPTION by OCCRP. OCCRP, the Organised Crime and Corruption Project, exposes and exposes the relationship between money and power. That year the other finalists included Donald Trump and Rudolph Guliani.

Let’s not forget that BBC interview in which BBC journalist John Sweeney tore into Joseph Muscat, accusing him of being “the Artful Dodger of Europe”, and the “passport-seller-in-chief”.

Let’s not forget Muscat’s vehement defence of Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi when slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia exposed their secret companies in Panama.

Let’s not forget his mantra at the time – let the institutions work.

Now that the pressure on Muscat is mounting and he is beginning to feel the noose tighten, he is certainly not letting the institutions work, launching a vicious attack on the judiciary in tandem with his successor. He is weakening the credibility of the judiciary in the eyes of his devoted acolytes and whipping them to an angry frenzy directed at the magistrate who decreed that there is enough evidence that would stand in a court to indicate that he is guilty of corruption and money laundering.

This line of defence shows that he has run out of options and that he is prepared to go to any lengths to save his own skin. But justice is catching up with him, and he knows it.



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