Zonqor Point land-grabbers in Hilton meeting with money-launderer Adrian Hillman

Published: May 12, 2017 at 5:15pm

Henley & Partners, Pilatus Bank, Keith Schembri, Joseph Muscat, Konrad Mizzi, Phyllis Muscat, Chris Cardona – now I’ve got Hani Hasan Naji Al Salah, the Jordanian to whom Joseph Muscat gave a large tract of public land at Zonqor Point, and who is represented in Malta by Deo Scerri, the Labour Party’s accountant and the Labour government’s appointee to the chairmanship of the Bank of Valletta, on my case with threatening letters too.

It’s a very crooked queue.

A few days ago, I received a letter from a firm of lawyers, who are linked to Chris Cardona, about this blog-post in which I reported that Brian Tonna was at a meeting with the Jordanian Zonqor Point fixers and Prince Jean of Luxembourg at the Hilton hotel. The letter was exactly what you would expect from people with no breeding who use outrage as a form of defence. It was not Brian Tonna…sue you…libel…unfounded…blah blah blah. Read it below.

I rang up the friend who had sent me the video and who had told me it was Brian Tonna. “I’ll just check with X who was with me at the time. I don’t know Tonna that well so I might have made a mistake.” Two minutes later he was back on the phone: “It was Adrian Hillman, not Brian Tonna,” my friend said. “X is 100% certain and can say it on oath. He knows him very well.” How did you confuse them, I said. “Oh, they’re both as bald as an egg, the same height and involved in the same crooked business.”

I must confess that I was delighted. There the Jordanian camel-trader was, ranting and raving through Chris Cardona’s favourite firm of lawyers (after Pawlu Lia) that they’re going to sue me for libel for saying that they were in a meeting with Brian Tonna, and all the while they were in a meeting with Adrian Hillman, which is just as bad if not worse.

That shows you the value of libel suits, doesn’t it? They sue you for saying they were with Brian Tonna, when all along they were with Adrian Hillman and think that you have no way of knowing this.

The email exchange beneath is self-explanatory. Meanwhile, this is the video which they want removed, and about which they have filed a complaint with the Data Protection Office.

Hani Hasan Naji Al Salah