Hundreds of outstretched arms giving the Roman salute were seen in Milan, Italy on April 29, forming a static garrison, many without masks, in violation of health restrictions in place. The event was to commemorate the death of eighteen-year-old Sergio Ramelli, a student and activist of The Youth Front, who was beaten and killed during an Antifa ambush, while returning home after a meeting of Avanguardia Operaia, dying from his injuries 47 days later on April 29, 1975. In the video, about 800 demonstrators can be seen giving the Roman salute, a fascist tribute to celebrate the memory of comrade Ramelli. The leader of the group gave the phrase “Camerata Sergio Ramelli” followed by a unified salute, with “Presente” stated by the demonstrators, a chant which was repeated three times.
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