Journalist details decades of harassment in recording made days before her murder
Less than a week before her murder, Daphne Caruana Galizia talked about her life and what it had become. In a remarkable and previously unheard recording, the journalist described arson attacks on her home, attempts to cut off her income, the freezing of her bank accounts, dozens of libel suits brought by ministers and business people, and attacks online and in the street by critics who branded her a “witch”.
By turns fearful, defiant and darkly amused, the journalist set out in her own words the danger she was in. Six days later she died in a car bomb.