Within months of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder, three hitmen were arrested for the crime. Then – nothing.
For two years it seemed that whichever powerful Maltese interests had ordered her murder might get away with it. Until last November when an extraordinary and unprecedented series of events began to unfold.
Daphne’s son Paul, a reporter who works at Tortoise, was in the country to witness it descend into turmoil, and for questions which his family had been asking for years finally to be answered.