Author: Michela Spiteri

“Would you rather face a great white shark or a salt-water crocodile?” That’s a question I recall asking in the 1980s, when I was a little girl and Jaws was all the rage. It’s a question I still ponder.  Fast forward 35 years, and I have not lost the urge to ask morbid hypothetical questions – only grown-up ones for grown-up times. And often they concern a justice system I frequently struggle to comprehend. Take the deaths of Daphne Caruana Galizia and Miriam Pace. Both died violently and without warning. They were other peoples’ daughters, sisters and wives. They were…

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