Daphne Caruana Galicia
The bomb exploded in the car of the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galicia most likely was detonated by remote control. On Thursday, October 19, reports the Times of Malta.
The investigators found that the bomb exploded after a call to attached device from the mobile phone. They hope to be able to determine from where the call was made and out on the trail of a criminal.
It was also found that an explosive device containing about 500 grams of Semtex, a powerful plastic explosive produced in the Czech Republic since 1960-ies. The same amount of Semtex was used by the terrorists in the explosion of a Boeing-747 that occurred in the skies over the Scottish town of Lockerbie in 1988.
In addition, the car was discovered the laptop Galicia. He was at the time of the explosion was badly damaged, but experts expect to extract from it data which will help in a murder investigation.
Daphne Caruana Galicia died 16 October. She criticized the government of the island and was engaged, among other things, the investigation of their relations with the Panamanian offshore. Recent investigation of Galicia touched the Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat and his assistants, of which she was convicted in connection with offshore companies in Panama and the sale of passports of the island and receiving money from the Azerbaijani leadership.