Antifascists of Madrid took to the streets commemorating the murder of Lucrecia Pérez Matos, a Dominican immigrant, on the 13th of November in 1992 by a member of the Spanish Civil Guard. Protesters condemn the lack of responsibility in the government of keeping Neo-Nazis out of public sight and allowing this murder to happen.
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