Celtic crosses at the Colosseum in memory of Mikis Mantakas, right-wing activist killed in '75

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Celtic crosses at the Colosseum in memory of Mikis Mantakas, right-wing activist killed in '75

Some Greek extremists displayed flags with Celtic crosses in front of the Colosseum. I am in Italy for the memory of Mikis Mantakas, the activist of the National League of Greek Students in Italy and militant of the National University Action Front (FUAN) killed in Rome on 28 February 1975.

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Roman greetings and Celtic crosses at the Colosseum to remember Mikis Mantakas , the activist of the National League of Greek Students in Italy and militant of the National University Action Front (Fuan) killed in Rome on 28 February 1975.

On Wednesday afternoon, dozens of far-right militants gathered in via Ottaviano, in front of the former MSI section where Mantalas was killed. There Roman greetings and the rite of the present. According to what we learn, the commemoration was organized by the Patriots' Network, a group made up of some Forza Nuova defectors. Italian extremists, but also Cypriots and Greeks who arrived in our country for the occasion, would have taken part in the remembrance.

Yesterday (or at least the shots were released yesterday), however, some Greek extremists displayed flags with Celtic crosses in front of the Colosseum. The photographs were then published in several far-right groups and chats.

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The murder of Mikis Mantakas took place, as mentioned, on 28 February 1975. The boy was hit by two bullets fired in front of the MSI section of Via Ottaviano in Rome. Potere Operaio militants Alvaro Lojacono and Fabrizio Panzieri were accused of the act.

The murder was committed on the day of a court hearing dedicated to the trial for the Primavalle fire, in which Stefano and Virgilio Mattei lost their lives. Following scuffles that broke out in front of the entrance to the Palace of Justice, some anti-fascist activists moved towards the MSI headquarters in via Ottaviano with the aim of attacking it. Inside the building were some far-right militants, including Mikis Mantalas.

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