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Offers apology and granted conditional liberty after threatening Dr Metsola

Josef Farrugia has offered an apology and expressed his regret that he had no intentions of harming or inciting violence against PN MEP Roberta Metsola when on Facebook he wrote that unless she was careful she could end up like Daphne Caruana Galizia.

While the accused admitted to the charges against him, Magistrate Joe Mifsud said the Court appreciates that while everybody has the right of expression nobody has the right to threaten or incite hate and violence.

Farrugia was granted conditional liberty for a period of three years and the Court issued a Protection Order for Dr Metsola for a period of five years.

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