We learn from local media, from an article published on Dec. 2, of an attempted arson attack against some vehicles parked in front of Unicredit’s executive headquarters, including a corporate vehicle of the bank, in Perugia’s Madonna Alta neighborhood. According to reports, the vehicles were not seriously damaged. On some were found the inscriptions ” Fire to the prisons” and ” Out Alfredo from 41 bis,” in reference to the all-out hunger strike against the 41 bis prison regime and hostile life imprisonment undertaken by the anarchist Alfredo Cospito since Oct. 20. Currently, other than the writings found by the repressive forces, no claim or communication regarding the attack appears to have been released.
Source: La Nemesi