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With Efimova’s help, Galizia had uncovered a massive web of corruption involving Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.
Maria Efimova, the Russian informant used as a source by the murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Galizia, who uncovered the Pilatus bank scandal in Malta, remains in Korydallos prison.
"Most of all, I'm afraid for my life. I am not that afraid of getting an unfair trial.”
“My lawyers have advised me not to appear at the Supreme Court today so as to avoid being arrested if the decision goes against me. But I am not going to hide. I am appearing. Que sera sera.”