People are asking why the police confiscated the computers of four university students but never collected Mark Camilleri’s nor Daphne Caruana Galizia’s
Over the last few days we have had the news that the police arrested four young university students, confiscated their computers and strip-searched them because these students discovered a flaw in the system of FreeHour one of whose shareholders is Lovein Malta.
This site posted this story and unearthed that Lovein Malta is one of the shareholders in this company. This has not been denied. The people’s comments have been how on earth did the police confiscated the computers of these students and yet never confiscated the computer of Daphne Caruana Galizia and not even that of Mark Camilleri whose computer clearly contains the material collected by breaking the law? Does the Malta’s police force collect computers according to menu?
This fact continues to throw Malta’s police force in bad light with regard to their investigations concerning who passed on the banned data to Mark Camilleri and why were the police not as interested to collect Daphne Caruana Galizia’s computer? For those who believe that this computer was not handed to the police because the Police force is not to be trusted does not hold. Mark Camilleri’s computer carried no secrets. Instead it held the information that was passed on to him via breaking the law. There is no doubt that the information was not passed on to Camilleri by Yorgen Fenech’s lawyers because rest assured that had this been the case the police would have already picked him up and this story would be on the Times of Malta’s front page!
This is a truly another case when the Malta police show how zealous to attack the small fry while in other instances they fall asleep and allow cases to drag on for years on end. I wholeheartedly back these university students.