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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 11 JUNE 2023 • ISSUE 1232 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY T i m e t o m a k e t h e m o v e . JOIN JOIN TEAM TEAMFRANK FRANK As a property consultant, I get to fit my career around my life. The income potential is impressive, but what truly blew me away is the constant support I get. These guys have my back, no matter what. With their 50 years of experience, they know their stuff inside out. Choosing to be part of the Frank Salt Real Estate team has been a game-changer for me. It's your turn to make the move. PAGE 2 Former prison head only returned firearm many months after resigning PAGE 8 Issues of major concern: foreign workers, concrete and Joseph Muscat ANALYSIS PAGES 12 & 13 PM's headaches Guns missing 'The future is now' maltatoday 'Incestuous' phone- tapping laws should be updated – judge PAGE 4 'Hidden hand' peddling corruption stories to discredit Chris Fearne A PR firm, obscure news sites in Pakistan and Ukraine, and the attempt to try and undermine the credibility of Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne as hospitals inquiry nears its end MATTHEW VELLA A Maltese judge has slammed the "institutional incest" that allows the minister responsible for the Malta Se- curity Services to order telephonic interceptions with- out judicial oversight. The comment was delivered in a judgment by Toni Ab- ela, in a human rights breach claim brought by Charles 'Pips' Muscat, arrested in 2001 in connection with the im- portation of a considerable amount of cocaine and canna- bis, after a surveillance operation run in tandem by MSS and the police. Judge Toni Abela Prof ALEXIEI DINGLI on how AI can improve quality of life INTERVIEW MT2 PAGES 8 & 9 KURT SANSONE STORIES of corruption in- volving Chris Fearne's close aide appearing in obscure news sites suggest an orchestrated campaign by a "hidden hand" to discredit the deputy prime minister. The stories implicating Car- men Ciantar and her daugh- ter in bribery allegations have been peddled by a public re- lations agency and published on sites with questionable cre- dentials, a MaltaToday inves- tigation reveals (See page 3). Attempts to verify the claims have so far proven unsuccessful. €1.95 Abortion: Open letter to the Prime Minister ISABEL STABILE PAGE 7 EDITORIAL MT2

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