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One day in the summer of 2017, Vince Muscat dropped his friend Alfred Degiorgio at the Busy Bee, a harbor-front cafe near Malta’s capital renowned for its pastries stuffed with ricotta cheese. Degiorgio didn’t stay long.

A few minutes later, he jumped back into the car to report to Muscat that they had a contract: To kill the island’s top journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia.

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