ROME, June 16 (JTA) — Italy’s right wing — including black-shirted neo-fascists — turned out in Rome last weekend for the funeral of Vittorio Mussolini, the second child of Italy’s fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. Vittorio Mussolini, who was 80, died June 12 in a Rome clinic of kidney failure. About 60 extremists, dressed in black shirts that recalled the fascist garb of a half-century ago, gave the stiff-armed salute as Mussolini’s coffin was carried from a Rome church after the funeral service. They waved a fascist-era flag, and a wreath bore the image of Benito Mussolini. The service was attended by family members, including Vittorio Mussolini’s niece, Parliament member Alessandra Mussolini, as well as other right-wing politicians. Vittorio Mussolini was a dedicated fascist, but he also had a career in the film business. He emigrated to South America after World War II, but returned to Italy in the 1960s. He produced a documentary about his father in 1983. Vittorio Mussolini was buried in the family tomb in Predappio, in north-central Italy.