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Chetcuti acquittal | Court orders investigation of Vince Farrugia over alleged perjury Charges | Manipulated doctors' diagnoses | GRTU witnesses GRTU director-general Vince Farrugia used his "influential position" to damage the reputation of his aggressor in public, a magistrate said yesterday in her decision on charges against Sandro Chetcuti of having caused grievous bodily harm on Farrugia, 69. Chetcuti, formerly a vice-president of the GRTU, was yesterday acquitted of the more serious charges, but sentenced to one month's imprisonment suspended for one year, for having caused slight injuries to Farrugia. Magistrate Edwina Grima yesterday called on the Commissioner of Police to investigate the alleged perjury of Vince Farrugia and other witnesses, over their evidence to the court. LISTEN Sandro Chetcuti's comments after magistrate's decision In a comment before her decision, Grima said that court expert Martin Bajada had shown that SMSes between Farrugia and other associates of his, shows that Farrugia was carrying out "a trial by media" by contacting other journalists and even vetting reports on his case. "He tried punishing the accused by using his influence on people of authority, even the Commissioner of Police and the director of prisons, during the time that the accused was under preventive arrest. He tried manipulating witnesses so that they give evidence as he sees fit, to ensure the accused is suitably condemned by this court... he had no right to carry out such manoeuvres to twits the law, and this court cannot come to judgement in a serene manner, as the doubt being created here now favour the accused," Grima said in her decision. Grima also called the Attorney General to attention for wasting the court's time after it resulted that not enough evidence for an attempted murder charge existed. MORE | Media manipulation: Farrugia wanted Daphne Caruana Galizia to attack Chetcuti A ph北京赛车冷号记录 oto of the injuries suffered by Vince Farrugia as he was taken to hospital. Charges Chetcuti, 40, was acquitted of the charge of the attempted murder and harming of Farrugia, then 65, and of breaching the public peace. The charge was later downgraded by the Attorney General, in the middle of proceedings, to causing grievous bodily harm. He was found guilty of causing him slight injuries and of the charges of harassing and threatening Farrugia, and sentenced him to one month's imprisonment, suspended for one year. He was also placed on a