Friday, November 5, 2021


Maria Victory  by COSIMO

 INTERPOL has handed down what it has captioned its DECISION CONCERNING PANTELIS VARNAVA, the husband of Malta's whistleblower, Maria Efimova, in its extraordinary examination of the case. In a detailed ten-page ruling, the international police agency, acting through the Chairman of the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files, Vitalie Pirlog, and the Commission Secretariat, the agency found that the lack of evidence supported the argument that the case was of a "Predominant Political nature." The Commision decided in favor of Mr. Varnava, who sought to have the INTERPOL action cancelled.

The ruling, which detailed the long story of Maria Efimova's personal legal nightmare, after she revealed her first-hand knowledge of money laundering activities at Malta's Pilatus Bank, as well as the role played behind the scenes, to create a bogus cause of action against Mr. Varnava, which implicates a number of what the ruling indicates are bad actors in the case, including, but not limited to, Joseph Muscat, the cashiered former prime minister of Malta, and Henley & Partners, in manufacturing fictional charges in Cyprus, through their corrupt influence. Whether there have been violations of EU law committed when the charges were created should be addressed forthwith by the European Commission.

We regret that time prevents our extensive disclosure of the extent of the scope of the Decision, in order to get the word out to our readers during this business day, and our task has been made more difficult by the fact that the Decision has been classified by INTERPOL as "Not Intended for Public Dissemination, " but we shall, in future installments detail each and every piece of evidence considered, as well as findings of fact, that the Commission considered in reaching its conclusions of law and decision. We have reviewed the document, and verified its authenticity.

There is coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia, as well as identification of Cypriot individuals and corporate entities that reportedly conspired, together with the maltese and foreign conspirators, to create a case against Mr. Varnava devoid of sufficient evidence to support it in a court of law, which is the reason INTERPOL rejected it.

Again, we apologize the the lack of detail, but rest assured, we shall commence the Decision's chapter and verse beginning tomorrow, including sufficient verbatim quotes to allow the reader to understand the agency's methodology, and reasons for its ruling.

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