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MATTHEW AGIUS THE man charged with caus- ing the deaths of two Pakistani nationals on a motorcycle, was involved in a road rage incident in 2003. Karl Vella Petroni had grievous- ly injured another motorcyclist 20 years ago and then proceed- ed to kick him while he was still on the ground. Vella Petroni was charged this week with police telling the court he had been under the in- fluence of alcohol and drugs. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 10 MAY 2023 • ISSUE 843 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 2 PAGE 4 Oil scandal: trader's wife silent when told she issued illicit invoices MATTHEW AGIUS THE wife of pardoned oil trader George Farrugia has exercised her right to silence after it was suggested in court that she had been issuing illicit invoices without the knowledge of company directors. Catherine Farrugia took the witness stand before Magistrate Yana Micallef Stafrace on Tuesday as the compilation of evidence against brothers Antonio Farrugia, Gae- tano Farrugia, Raymond Farrugia, Emma- nuel Farrugia, and Salvatore Farrugia con- tinued. The Farrugia brothers are principals of the John's Group, who are deny- ing charges relating to the bribery of state officials. Man facing death charges had history of road rage George Farrugia's wife testifies in prosecution of John's Group principals over her knowledge of secret Swiss bank account that funnelled Powerplan profits

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