Report: Masterminds who assassinated famous anti-Clinton journalist in car bomb explosion have been identified

In October 2017, journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed via a car bomb, which led to some rather horrific comments from Hillary Clinton, who Galizia had been critical of during her career.

As it turns out, Galizia actually had ties to anti-Hillary documents — and her killers have reportedly been identified as “more than two” Maltese nationals.

Ties to Clinton

Galizia was the journalist that published the Panama Papers linked to Clinton.

The papers exposed corruption in Malta while also implicating several members of the Obama administration, including Hillary Clinton.

When Galizia was killed, it spurred Clinton to make the comment that she had hoped President Donald Trump had not started to order the deaths of journalists.

She was trying to use Trump’s war with the media to cover the fact the death of this particular journalist benefited her significantly.

Once described as a “one-woman Wikileaks,” Galizia’s information brought yet another scandal to the scandal-free administration of Barack Obama.

The Investigation

While it has taken more than year, authorities now believe they are dialed in to who carried out the attack against Galizia.

A recent report from the Times of Malta claims the car bombing has now been tied into two or more Maltese nationals.

Nothing is official yet, and the family, according to reports, has yet to be notified of these findings.

One source stated: “We have a large amount of data that requires analyzing and partners like Europol have the necessary experience and expertise to help facilitate this process.”

The three individuals believed to be linked to the attack are Alfred Degiorgio, George Degiorgio, and Vincent Muscat.

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All three of them have been in custody since December of last year.

So far, all three men have claimed their innocence, but investigators are hopeful with the help of Europol, this case will be cracked wide open very soon.

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