Nicolette Zammit Lupi writes:

Daphne was my first cousin’s eldest daughter and one of four sisters. All of them were very close and supportive of each other.  Although all the family was constantly worried about her, we were all so proud of her.

She was fearless, honest and firm in her belief that what she was doing was for the general good. She had an excellent command of the English language and used her talent to the full.

She might have hit below the belt at times but when it came to the really serious allegations most of us agree that she did right to expose them. She possessed what sadly has become a very rare quality – the courage of her convictions.

My children and I wish to express our deepest sympathy to her husband, Peter, and her three fine sons, to her dearest parents, Michael and Rose, and to her loving sisters who looked up to her so much. I cannot even begin to imagine how they must be feeling in the face of this dreadful loss.

This heinous crime has shocked and shaken Malta.

The criminals behind this assassination must be brought to justice. As Daphne had written in her last commentary, “the situation is desperate”.  Now the writing is on the wall.

May God help us all.


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