RaiNews contends Daphne Caruana Galizia murder linked to Semtex from Libya

RaiNews24 reports an American journalist as having sources linking explosive used to kill Caruana Galizia with fuel smuggling in Libya

RaiNews has quoted American journalist Ann Marlowe as linking Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder to fuel smuggling in Libya
RaiNews has quoted American journalist Ann Marlowe as linking Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder to fuel smuggling in Libya

RaiNews24 says American journalist’s Libyan sources inform her Semtex was derived

A report by RaiNews24 asserts that the Semtex explosive used in the car bomb which killed Daphne Caruana Galicia came from Libya.

The news agency spoke with American journalist Ann Marlowe, who is claiming that her sources in Libya informed her that the Semtex was obtained from the Libyan port city of Zuwarah. Marlowe was the journalist who uncovered the illegal smuggling of fuel between Libya and Italy.

According to the RaiNews report, Marlowe said that various mafia gangs involved in fuel smuggling, operating out of Zuwarah, have strong links with Malta and Italy.

The report makes reference to a blog post by Caruana Galizia from a year ago bwhere she links car bombs with diesel trafficking.

The RaiNews24 report can be found here.

 

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