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Drunk driving examiner runs over elderly father of Cuschieri brothers

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A Transport Authority driving test examiner who is being investigated in the cash-for-licences scandal ran over the elderly father of Labour MP Joseph Cuschieri and former MLP President Manwel Cuschieri while he was driving a van in a drunken state as the 71-year-old was walking on a zebra crossing in Sliema, MaltaToday can reveal.

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