Friday, October 20, 2017

Pope Sends Letter to Family of Murdered Journalist Who'd Exposed Clintons

Pope Francis has sent a rare letter of condolence to Malta following the murder of the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, amid calls from her sons for the island’s prime minister to resign and mounting pressure for an international investigation.

In a highly unusual gesture from the Vatican after the death of a private citizen, Francis wrote on Friday to the archbishop of Malta to say he was praying for the journalist’s family and the Maltese people “at this difficult moment” and was “saddened by the tragic death”.
Five days after Caruana Galizia’s death in a powerful car bomb yards from her home in the rural north of the island, an autopsy was being carried out on her body, but police have warned it could take several weeks before the evidence gathered from the site was fully assessed.

[The Conservative Fighters] As The Free Thought Project reported in April 2016, the Panama Papers had a direct effect on the United States by revealing both elite and criminal donors who helped to finance the careers of Hillary and Bill Clinton through unethical offshore tax shelters.


Anonymous said...

May she Rest in Peace. A brave woman investigating the Panama Papers leaks allegedly from the law firm Mossacd in Panama. Euro News was quick on the Panama Papers showing sheep running down a steep hillside. Prayers for her and her family.

Sean Mercer said...

Unfortunately, this poor woman was an anti-Catholic, pro-Muslim sympathizer (fully supporting the Muslim invasion of Europe).

Sean Mercer said...

And I should, "May she rest in peace."