Chileans mourn hate killing victim

Thousands unite in outrage over neo-Nazi killing of Daniel Zamudio, who was targeted for being gay.

    Thousands of Chileans have turned out in Santiago, the capital to attend the funeral of a gay man who was killed by a group of neo-Nazis.

    Daniel Zamudio died on Tuesday, more than three weeks after he was brutally beaten.

    The attack caused national outrage over an anti-discrimination law languishing in Chile's congress.

    Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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