Author: Herman Grech and Claire Farrugia

A court sentence imposing “just” 880 hours of community work on two architects who were found guilty of Miriam Pace’s involuntary homicide was “too lenient”, the victim’s husband said on Thursday. But Carmel Pace insisted the family was not baying for blood or seeking a vendetta for the loss of the woman crushed under the weight of her home in a construction accident in March 2020. Contacted hours after the magistrate’s sentence, Pace said he had expected the architects to be given a tougher community sentence. He would not be drawn into commenting on whether he expected architects Roderick Camilleri…

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