[WATCH] Keith Schembri gives no comments after testifying in the compilation of evidence against Yorgen Fenech

Keith Schembri does not comment outside court

Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday
Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday

Former OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri had no comments to give after exiting from court, where he testified in the compilation of evidence against Yorgen Fenech.

Asked about his involvement with 17 Black, Schembri refused to comment, before entering his car and leaving. 

Earlier this morning, asked whether he was involved in the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, Schembri, flanked by lawyers and security personnel, had no comments to give.

Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday
Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday

The former OPM chief of staff, said in a Facebook post on Sunday evening the time had finally come for him to speak “and tell things as they are”. 

Murder middleman Melvin Theuma has claimed that Fenech used to get sensitive information about the Caruana Galizia investigation from the former OPM chief of staff.

Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday
Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday

Schembri denied this in court.

In light of recent allegations surrounding the Montenegro wind farm scandal, Schembri was asked by journalists to confirm his role as a silent partner in 17 Black, to which he also did not reply.

Keith Schembri does not comment upon his arrival to court

In court, Schembri glossed over 17 Black, saying its inclusion as a target client, was part of his intention to do business with Fenech after he exited politics.

He also refused to comment on whether he received any money from Yorgen Fenech through major government projects.

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