By Act for freedom now!
 Gianluca Iacovacci, Adriano Antonacci
 Gianluca and Adriano were arrested on September 18 2013 following a ROS [carabinieri special unit] operation that also involved raids on comrades’ homes. The two comrades were accused of several actions of attack on banks, fur coats shops, and ENI premises, actions that had been claimed by Animal Liberation Front, Direct Action for the Defence of the Earth and FAI/FRI. They were charged with article 270bis: association with purposes of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order of the state.
At the first grade abbreviated procedure trial held on 18th July 2014 in Rome, Gianluca and Adriano were sentenced to 6 years and 3 years and 8 months respectively. Gianluca individually claimed some of the attacks signed by FAI and refused a defence lawyer. Both comrades refused to attend trial held via video-linking.
 Gianluca Iacovacci
Adriano Antonacci
C.C. Ferrara
Via Arginone 327
44122 Ferrara
Chiara Zenobi, Niccolò Blasi, Claudio Alberto, Mattia Zanotti, Graziano Mazzarelli, Lucio Alberto, Francesco Sala
 Chiara, Niccolò, Claudio and Mattia were arrested on December 9 2013 and accused of having committed an act of sabotage occurred in May 2013 against the high speed railway (TAV) construction yard in Chiomonte, Val Susa. The charges pressed against them were heavy: attack with purposes of terrorism carried out with lethal and explosive devices, possession of war weapons, damages. Although the charges of terrorism were lifted by the Court of Cassation in May 2014, these charges were used by prosecutors during the proceedings; however they were finally discharged in the first grade trial.
During the session of the trial held on 24th September 2014 in Turin, the comrades took responsibility for the action of sabotage they were accused of. In December 2014 the court sentenced the four comrades to 3 years and 6 months, and shortly afterwards Chiara, Mattia, Claudio and Niccolò were released from jail and put under house arrest with all restrictions.
Three other comrades, Graziano Mazzarelli, Lucio Alberti and Francesco Sala were arrested on 11th July 2014 and accused of being co-participants in the attack on the TAV yard.
Graziano Mazzarelli
Lucio Alberti
Francesco Sala
C.C. Ferrara
Via Arginone 327
44122 Ferrara
 Nicola Gai, Alfredo Cospito
 Nicola and Alfredo were arrested in September 2012 and accused of having shot and kneecapped Roberto Adinolfi, the boss of an infamous nuclear power company, in May 2012.The action had been claimed by the Olga Nucleus of the Anarchist Informal Federation. The comrades claimed responsibility for the action during the trial, which was held in November 2013. Alfredo was sentenced to 10 years and 8 months, Nicola to 9 years and 4 months. It must be said that Roberto Adinolfi’s kneecapping was very much welcomed by anyone opposing nuclear power in Italy and abroad.
 Nicola Gai
Alfredo Cospito
C.C Via Argione 327
44122 Ferrara
Francesco Gioia and Daniele Casalini
 The two comrades were involved in so called ‘Operation Ardesia’ (2006), one of the many police operations unleashed against the anarchists of Il Silvestre, Pisa, once again under the pretext that the comrades involved were part of a terrorist organization. After long judicial proceedings and time served in prison, all the comrades were acquitted of terrorism charges in 2010, but Francesco and Daniele were also charged with a robbery occurred in Lucca, Tuscany, in 2007. Released from prison at different times between 2007 and 2010, the two comrades lost the appeal trial and were finally sentenced by the Court of Cassation in May 2014, and subsequently sent to jail. Francesco will have to serve 2 years and a month, Daniele 1 year and 9 months.
Daniele Casalini
Casa Circondariale “Don Bosco”
Via Don Bosco 43
56100 – Pisa
Francesco Gioia
Casa Circondariale “Le Sughere”
Via delle Macchie 9
57100 – Livorno
 Marina Cugnaschi, Alberto Funaro, Francesco Puglisi, Luca Finotti
 These comrades are serving a 10-year sentence for ‘devastation and plunder’, a charge that Italian prosecutors devised in order to punish the hundreds of rebels who rioted in Genoa during the G8 summit in July 2001. Carlo Giuliani, a young rebel, was shot dead by a cop on the second day of the summit. At the end of those days of generalized revolt, many demonstrators were beaten up and tortured by the police, while others went on trial and were sentenced last year. However Alberto Funaro was released on probation in February 2015, as he secured a job as editor of Radiondarossa.
 Marina Cugnaschi
CC Bollate
Via Cristina Belgioioso 120
20021 Milan
Francesco Puglisi
Casa di reclusione di Rebibbia
Via Raffaele Majetti 70
00156 Rome
Luca Finotti
C.C. Trento
Loc. Spini di Gardolo
Via Beccaria 13
38014 Gardolo (TN)
 Michele Fabiani
 Anarchist comrade recently jailed to serve a residual sentence related to an antiterrorism police operation, so called ‘Operation Brushwood’ (2007).
Michele Fabiani
C.C. Via Arginone 327
44100 Ferrara
 Antonella Lai, Ivano Fadda
 The comrades are serving a sentence of 7 years and 10 months following an attempted attack on the Alleanza Nazionale premises in Nuoro, Sardinia, in 2006.
 Antonella Lai
C.C. Rebibbia
Via Bartolo Longo 92
00156 Rome
Ivano Fadda
C.C. San Michele
Strada Casale 50a
15122 Alessandria
 Marco Camenisch
 Marco has been imprisoned for almost 25 years in Italian and Swiss jails because of his tenacious and determined struggle against nuclear power and environmental devastation. A year after he was jailed in 1979, he escaped and was recaptured after spending 10 years on the run.
He never bowed his head in prison; on the contrary he has always contributed to the struggle with his rebel and indomitable being, which is still costing him continuous harassment from the prison administration and the judiciary.
Marco Camenisch
PF 38
6313 Menzingen
 Maurizio Alfieri
 Maurizio is a long-term prisoner who is being targeted by the Italian prison system for speaking out in favour of other prisoners and for denouncing the terrible conditions of the various jails he ‘visited’.  
 Maurizio Alfieri
C.C. via Maiano 10
06049 Spoleto
 Davide Delogu
 Davide is another long-term prisoner on the front line in the struggles organized by groups of prisoners in recent years.
 Davide Delogu
C.C. Contrada Petrusa
Piazza Pasquale di Lorenzo
92100 Agrigento
 Claudio Lavazza
 Claudio is imprisoned for an armed expropriation which took place in Cordoba, Spain, 1999, after which two policewomen were shot dead during a shootout, and was sentenced in Malaga also for an armed intervention at the Italian vice-consulate in December 1996: three comrades wearing balaclavas imprisoned the consul and an employee, sending a message of solidarity to the Italian prisoners jailed by judge Marini (the judge who built a false accusation against Italian anarchists), then they escaped with passports and some money.
With other charges he was sentenced to 50 years imprisonment and has been detained in special isolation units (FIES) of Spain, while 27 years in Italy and 30 more in France are waiting for him to be served, the revenge for other previous revolutionary actions.
 Claudio Lavazza
C.P. Teixeiro (módulo 11)
Carretera Paradela s/n
15310 Teixeiro-Curtis (A Coruña)

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