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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 15 JUNE 2022 • ISSUE 798 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 Motorists attempt to resell cars to other unsuspecting buyers 'Strict' stepdad who turned off teens' WiFi falsely accused of sex abuse MATTHEW AGIUS A court has appointed mental health experts to examine two girls who reported being sexually abused by their stepfather, after they con- tacted a social worker to withdraw their accusations. This as the compilation of evidence against a 40-year-old man continued before Magistrate Claire Stafrace Zammit, in which he stands accused of corrupting the two girls, aged 12 and 15, participating in sexual activ- ities with underage persons and re- peatedly committing sexual offences on vulnerable persons. KARL AZZOPARDI CUSTOMERS who were sold cars with tampered mileage are trying to sell their cars to other auto dealers after reaching a settlement, sources who spoke to Malta- Today have said. Car dealers speaking to MaltaToday say they are witnessing a number of car own- ers trying to resell their cars to used car dealers, whose odometers' mileage do not match up with JEVIC checks registered before the cars were exported from Japan. "An individual came to us trying to sell us his car. After we carried out the nec- essary checks on the JEVIC data base, we realised the mileage displayed on the odometer did not match," one dealer who spoke to this newspaper said. Used car mileage racket Auto dealers: Customers duped into buying tampered cars now trying to resell them to unsuspecting buyers

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