Around 90 right-wing activists attended a march through the eastern town of Svitavy on Saturday in protest against what they called miscarriage of justice in the trial of Vlastimil Pechanec who was sentenced to 17 years in prison for racially-motivated murder of a Romany man three years ago. The organisers of the march called for the reopening of his trial. No incident was reported.
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