|All Fall Down by COSIMO|
When an attorney fails to respond to a demand letter, we generally call that professional negligence, or malpractise, but when an entire country is guilty of the same gross negligence, with the expected results, it is far worse, especially when the failure to act occurs for an evil purpose. Malta's inexcusable failure to respond to a letter, sent by counsel for the owner of the now defunct Pilatus Bank, which caused Ali Sadr to bring an action through the ICISD, which ended up with a recommendation that all criminal proceedings against anyone linked to Pilatus was not only foreseeable, it was the goal of Malta's disgraced and defrocked former prime minister, Joseph Muscat, who simply wants to cheat justice one more time.
Muscat, Malta's Humpty Dumpty who, complete with broken eggshell, is seeking to repair the damages and resurrect himself politically, whilst still pulling the strings of his successor behind the scenes, could ill afford to have himself and the Pilatus Bank directors and senior officers indicted in Malta at this time. Therefore, through Abela, he engineered a solution: fix it so Malta cannot bring charges against him and the bank's money launderers, through the actions of a third party. Thus, he could comfortably cast blame elsewhere, all the while scheming to return to political power, one way or another, in the not too-distant future.
Apparently, Muscat must have not seen the classic COSIMO drawing of his current situation. He has no chance of SuperGlueing himself back together, since the public, happy as they are to support Labour and its corrupt Champagne Socialists, won't forgive him for Daphne, and shouldn't. Send him to Elba, please, lest he order the death, or suffer it to occur, of yet another patriot, in his lust to return to the Throne.