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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 11 JANUARY 2023 • ISSUE 825 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME? save thousands with our offer! Manipulator who used 'demon' voice wreaked havoc over mentally ill woman's life MATTHEW AGIUS THE victim in the 'satanic sex' trial against a man who overpowered a traumatised family, admitted covering up for the accused in a previous testimony in the Court of Magistrates. The accused is now on tri- al for forcing her and one of her daughters to perform un- speakable sex acts – allegedly at the request of a 'demon'. The woman, who said she suffered from borderline per- sonality disorder, told Mad- ame Justice Consuelo Scerri Herrera that she had previ- ously decided not to tell the truth in court, because she had received a call from her youngest daughter who was threatening to kill herself if she did, minutes before tak- ing the witness stand. The trial of the 22-year-old man, indicted for, amongst other offences, aggravated rape of his girlfriend's vul- nerable mother and forcing her and her two daughters to perform sex acts against their will, entered its second day on Tuesday morning. 8 out of stock medicines with no timeframe for delivery KURT SANSONE ONDANSETRON, a medication used to prevent nausea caused by cancer treat- ment, is out of stock with no expected date for delivery, the latest government infor- mation shows. The medicine is one of 22 in short sup- ply on the public health formulary ac- cording to an update published by the Central Procurement and Supplies Unit on 9 January. The public health formulary comprises medicines provided on the Pharmacy of Your Choice scheme. 'Demon' ruse: mentally ill victim powerless inside her own home as daughter's boyfriend overpowered entire family

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