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Antisemitic graffiti after the death of Giulia Spizzichino

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Rome – “Priebke Vive” and a swastika were found on the walls of Testaccio a few hours after the death of Giulia Spizzichino, the 90-year-old Jewish woman from Rome who was able to bring to the extradition of the Nazi criminal, Erich Priebke, to Italy

 

Immediately after the announcement of her death, vandals painted on the walls of the historic neighborhood of city number 1 insults to the memory of the author of “Farfalla impazzita” which contains very important evidence against Priebke in Italy.