No racism after man killed by Nigerian - family

Don't use our suffering as banner for hate

(ANSA) - Turin, October 16 - The family of Maurizio Gugliotta, a 52-year-old ex-factory work stabbed to death at a second-hand market in Turin Sunday morning, on Monday appealed against attempts to "use our pain...to become a banner for people to go on to the media preaching hate and racism".
    Gugliotta got into a fight with a 27-year-old Nigerian of no fixed abode, Khalid Be Greata, who sliced his jugular vein with a knife. Questioned by police Sunday Greata exercised his right to remain silent. Organisers of the market stressed he was not a seller. Greata has a residency permit and no criminal record.
   

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