Update: In May 2015, a court of appeals dropped terrorism charges against Gianluca and Adriano. Their sentences were reduced to 3 years for Gianluca and 1 year and 8 months for Adriano (Adriano was released, time served). In June, Gianluca was released to house arrest.
In July 2014, Gianluca Iacovacci was sentenced to six years in prison. Adriano Antonacci received a sentence of 3 years and 8 months. Gianluca and Adriano were arrested in September 2013 and charged with "associations whose purposes include terrorism and the subversion of the democratic order," in addition to other charges. They were accused of involvement in 13 sabotage actions between 2010 and 2013 against a fur store, banks, the Eni oil company and the Enel power company.