No news to them

I am having trouble understanding why The Times have not said a word about Therese Commodini Cachia’s brother.  Yesterday marked the five month anniversary of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death. She was killed by a car bomb.  Another car bomb heist is being investigated and so far four people have been arrested, one of them the brother of a former MEP and a sitting Member of Parliament Therese Commodini Cachia.
For some reason this is not news value to The Times of Malta, the Malta Independent, Manuel Delia, The Shift and Newsbook although they regularly share far less newsworthy stories.
I strongly suspect that the Times won’t be picking on my story about Therese Commodini Cachia and her brothers, just as the picked on other stories. This one won’t make it to their front pages.  These ‘investigative journalists’ obviously don’t think they have a journalistic duty to let the Maltese public know about this matter and they are showing us their true colours, even if we didn’t need reminding.  Had it been my brother of course, their sense of journalistic duty would kick in because then ‘the people would have every right to know the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
What a bunch of losers.