Protesters flooded the streets of Piraeus on Monday to commemorate anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas, who was stabbed by a member of Golden Dawn Giorgos Roupakias four years ago, Monday. A crowd of thousands, with the victim's mother in attendance, marched from Fyssas' memorial to Piraeus port. Protest organiser Petros Constantinou, stated «I think the rise of Trump last year opened the way for... Еще the neo-nazis everywhere. What happened in Charlottesville it was a very clear picture where the policy of Trump leads. It leads to open intervention of neo-nazis to exploit the racist rhetoric of Trump. « At night a minority of protesters clashed with police, throwing Molotov cocktails and burning bins, while officers fired rounds of teargas at the crowd. Pavlos was killed in 2014 as some witnesses say he was confronted by far-right activists after leaving a cafe with his friends. The details of the murder are still being disputed. Golden Dawn is currently under investigation for evidence linking it violent attacks including the murder of Fyssas.