(The witness is making up a lot of stories and lies hoping to justify his actions and try to convict an innocent person. “Fiscal morality” this was John Dalli’s slogan at the time. OH YES, DALLI WAS ASKING THE PUBLIC TO ADOPT FISCAL MORALITY).
Magistrate: Meaning you found these at the defendant?
M. Cremona: I also wish to say that during the investigations the Onor. Minister John Dalli passed on to the police from HSBC a letter that shows that the accounts that were generated in these letters could not have been original but for sure they were made up because the numbers used are not being used as account numbers. The original of this letter is going to be exhibited by the Honourable Minister John Dalli. That is all. (It is up to the police to exhibit evidence, not the complainant).
Magistrate: Questions regarding the civil action.
Prosecution: On the day that this case took place meaning when you received the report do you know if there was a public statement made by Minister Dalli?
R. Cremona: I remember several public statements being made. I know that a Public statement was made where these letters were denied.
Prosecution: Exactly. During the defendant’s statements to the police can you tell the magistrate if these were made freely or not?
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