A year after a car bomb killed Maltese anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, those who ordered the murder remain free while others continuing her work in the EU’s smallest state are branded traitors.
The windswept field where the mother-of-three’s burnt-out car ended up on 16 October 2017, has become a monument to her life.
— Television Malta (@TelevisionMalta) October 11, 2018
Supporters of free speech like Tania Attard come to this isolated spot to place flowers under a banner calling for justice, fluttering alongside a Maltese flag.
“If the person responsible for this is established, perhaps then we can rest and see that justice is done,” Attard told AFP.
“I’m sure they never realised that it would come this far, that it would… turn into something so important and international.”