The Times is now admitting that Yorgen Fenech is no longer the mastermind but is an accomplice

Today, October 18, 2021, the Times of Malta published an article that is aimed at harming Adrian Delia. It is still bent on its campaign to destroy the previous leader of the Nationalist Party. In this narrative, the author also drags in Herman Schiavone who was backing Adrian Delia but then moved on to side with the rebels. It is strange why Jacob Borg wants to hit out at Herman Schiavone. At this stage, I am not interested in  Schiavone’s story but it seems to me that this time round, the information passed on to The Times’ journalist, did not come from the usual font. What does not change is that the material being used remains the same WhatsApp messages allegedly of Yorgen Fenech’s on which, Magistrate Rachel Montebello had imposed a ban on publication.

Interestingly, Jacob Borg no longer refers to Yorgen Fenech as the mastermind in Daphne’s murder which this site has been repeatedly upholding as being the case. Instead, Jacob Borg now refers to him as an accomplice. Why is The Times of Malta now using the word accomplice in referring to Yorgen and not mastermind? Is this newspaper now finally admitting to having built a false narrative around the persona of this businessman?

To be fair, the indictment presented by Philip Galea Farrugia is for Yorgen Fenech to be tried as an accomplice yet the Deputy Advocate of the Republic Galea Farrugia still asked for a sentence of life imprisonment. Be that as it may, there was even more interesting news today that continues to highlight just how shallow the media investigation is in this case.

Newsbook published a similar article to that carried by Times of Malta adding however that there is another bomb in Malta waiting to be used.  This is extremely revealing. Newsbook has been incessantly stating that Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered because of ElectroGas. Therefore, why should there be another bomb in Malta, ready to be used?  Presumably, there must be some aggrieved person who wants to use the bomb but who would be the victim this time?

What comes out in this Newsbook article is that the Agius Brothers, known as Tal-Maksar and Jamie Vella had contacts with both Libyan and English criminals. The Tal-Maksar brothers and Jamie Vella are being accused of having supplied the bomb that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia. Newsbook’s scoop – if scoop it is – continues to demonstrate how ElectroGas was not the motive for Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death. This was simply another false narrative created for sinister ends.

As has been rightly argued, by the foreign police at the start of investigations into Daphne’s death, the motive for her assassination seems to be linked to international crime.

Unfortunately, for some very strange and thorny reason, the family has been pushing a different narrative that is not only peculiar but also uncanny. There must be a valid explanation for such behaviour on the part of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family.

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