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Threatened he would send someone to shoot third party following disagreement about money

66-year-old George Scicluna of St Paul’s Bay has admitted to threatening and using moral and psychological violence against a third party during an argument about a sum of money on the eve of the feast of Santa Marija.

It appears, from the scanty details which emerged in Court, that Scicluna threatened the victim that he would send someone to shoot him in the foot.

The Court, Magistrate Yana Micallef Stafrace presiding, sentenced Scicluna to nine months in prison suspended for two years, and issued a protection order in favour of the victim and his family.

TVM is informed the man was apprehended through the intervention of the Police in the Mellieha community.

 

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