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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 14 JUNE 2023 • ISSUE 848 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 ANALYSIS PAGES 8 & 9 PAGE 3 PAGE 7 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. How Silvio Berlusconi seduced a generation Rosso murder: Victim had been threatened by some Sicilians, ex-police chief Rizzo testifies Government applied to demolish Bormla elderly home in February The jury of two men accused of killing Albert Brian Rosso in 2005 continued as Judge Consuelo Scerri Herrera refused the defence's request to dissolve the jury MATTHEW AGIUS FORMER police commis- sioner John Rizzo took the witness stand on Tuesday morning as the trial of two men accused of the murder of Albert Brian Rosso contin- ued. Anthony Bugeja, 55, and 48-year-old Piero Di Barto- lo are indicted with the wil- ful homicide of Rosso and dumping his body at sea in 2005. The jury is presided by Madam Justice Consuelo Scerri Herrera. Testifying before the ju- ry, Rizzo recalled how Ros- so had asked for a meeting with the then commission- er. When the meeting was held, Rosso had told Rizzo that he was being threat- ened by a group of Sicilian men, suggesting the name Sebastian Lupo, who was joint owner of Rosso's fish- ing vessel. The trial of Anthony Bugeja (at the back in blue jacket and white open shirt) and Piero Di Bartolo (foreground in purple tie) continued on Tuesday with a site visit in Marsaxlokk where Albert Brian Rosso went missing never to be seen again (Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday)

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