Caruana Galizia, who had led the investigation into the Panama Papers and alleged corruption inside political circles in Malta, was killed in an October automotive bombing. Her car exploded quickly after she left her house in Bidnija, near the city of Mosta, native media reported.
The demise rocked the nation and prompted consternation throughout Europe.
Within the aftermath, Matthew Caruana Galizia mentioned his mom had been “assassinated” as a result of of her work uncovering alleged corruption in the Maltese authorities.
He mentioned that the 53-year-old had been “focused,” and added “tradition of impunity has been allowed to flourish by the federal government in Malta.”