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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 7 MAY 2023 • ISSUE 1227 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY PAGE 4 PAGE 3 Was detainee denied timely treatment after fatal fall? PAGE 7 Where is justice asks family whose mum was nearly killed by reckless motorist PAGE 6 Lives ruined Unresolved Worker's party KARL AZZOPARDI THE same magistrate who decided not to impose a jail term on a taxi driver who ran over a woman at 110km/hour on a pedestrian cross- ing, has cleared yet another driver for dangerous driving. The accused grievously injured a pharmacist on a pelican cross- ing in Ħamrun in 2020, but was cleared of criminal charges, even though his insurance provider compensated the victim without any dispute being filed. The victim, a middle-aged phar- macist, was crossing the road on High Street, in Ħamrun on 1 De- cember 2020 with her sister, when she was hit. The driver was emerging from a nearby auto-shop in the vicini- ty, before hitting the pedestrian, claiming the traffic lights were green and giving him the right of passage. The victim on the other hand insisted she had crossed the road when the light turned green, and had nearly made it to the oth- er side of the road. The accident has left the middle-aged pharmacist with life-changing injuries, suffering from considerable degree of dis- ability. The driver was charged with negligent driving and a hit- and-run. Malta's epidemic of dangerous driving: same court clears reckless motorist maltatoday Yet another reckless driver cleared in under a week by same Magistrate Randolph Debattista on Labour's socialist roots INTERVIEW MT2 PAGES 8 & 9 Charles III crowned king of Britain at lavish investiture at Westminster Abbey PAGE 2 Charles crowned king MATTHEW AGIUS THE two brothers jailed after admitting to having assassinat- ed journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia have announced their intention to implicate prominent political figures, high-ranking police officers, as well as the Mal- ta Security Services, in the 2017 murder. They also intend to implicate them in other serious crimes, about which they also want to testify. The serious, and as yet unsub- stantiated claims, were made in a document sent to the press, and signed by criminals George and Alfred Degiorgio, who are serv- ing 40 years in jail for the murder of Caruana Galizia by car bomb. Degiorgios: MSS tailed Caruana Galizia Assassins seek to implicate politicians with tell-all on 2017 car bomb murder Leniency for abusive motorists in courts €1.95

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