Portuguese court fines anti-racism activist for defaming neo-Nazi | Reuters

“[High-profile anti-racism activist, Mamadou Ba] wrote on social media in 2020 that Mario Machado, founder of several extreme-right movements in Portugal, was ‘one of the main figures in the murder of Alcindo Monteiro,’ a Black man who was beaten to death in 1995 by skinheads in a wider, violent racist attack,” according to Reuters.

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