Like others, Purificacion Lapeña is driven by the fear that time is running out for people such as her 94-year-old father, Manuel Lapeña, who wants to bury his father alongside his mother in Zaragoza, their hometown in Spain’s northeast. As it stands, Manuel Lapeña said his father is “interred alongside his killer, Franco, the greatest criminal.”
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