The government of Malta has offered €1 million for information about the killers of the journalist
The Maltese government will pay €1 million for information that will help to find the killers of journalist Daphne Caruana Galicia. This is stated in the message on the website of the government of Malta.
The authorities have promised to protect those who provide them with such data and is ready to cooperate with the investigation. The government of Malta also agreed to pay the remuneration even in the case that information will be passed to the police in confidence. However, in this case, the information should be confirmed by other independent sources. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on 17 October promised to pay €20 million for information about the killers of Galicia.
The journalist was killed on 16 October in a car explosion. According to the investigation, unknown persons placed a bomb in the car of Galicia and led him in action remotely. According to police, the bomb was attached underneath the vehicle. Its membership consisted of about 500 grams of plastic explosive Semtex. According to sources, the Times of Malta, an explosive device detonated after the call to the mobile phone.