The Malta Independent 23 February 2020, Sunday

Updated: PA removes banners accusing PN MEP of drug abuse; 'they will not stop me', Casa says

Wednesday, 17 October 2018, 09:51 Last update: about 2 years ago

Banners accusing Nationalist MEP David Casa of abusing drugs have been hung in various places all over Malta. They were later removed by the Planning Authority.

Maltatoday last Sunday reported that a former aide of the PN MEP declared in a sworn affidavit about the euro-parliamentarian's “drug habit between the years 2009-2017 during which the two had a relationship".

Casa has denied the allegations.

Last night, banners accusing Casa of the drug habit were affixed in various places across Malta. 

Reacting on the social media, Casa said that “In the last months I have endured threats of being dragged through court by the FIAU and by Keith Schembri’s Pilatus Bank lawyers. I’ve been accused of misusing EU funds, now proven to be complete lies, and have been targeted by PL activists calling for me to be hanged.

Yesterday, while we gathered in Valletta to demand truth and justice 1 year after the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, Partit Laburista continued its HEAVILY-FUNDED hate campaign with posters all over Malta.

They will stop at nothing to prevent me from continuing my work. Only over my dead body will they succeed.”

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