Those dozen people attracted attention. They walked together and with their faces covered by the streets of Estella-Lizarra, in Navarra, dressed in white fine plastic divers and holding buckets with bleach and 'Ghostbusters' machines on their backs. They looked like fumigators in a state of sanitary alarm. It seemed what we now see every day: the true state of alarm. But no. They called themselves "fascist disinfection brigade" and were actually a group of independent militants

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