On the 2nd of August at 10.25 am, in the waiting room of Bologna Centrale station, a time-bomb explodes, contained in an abandoned suitcase, killing 85 people and injuring over 200. It is one of the most serious acts of terrorism since World War II. On 23rd November 1995, the Supreme Court sentenced to life imprisonment the neo-fascists of NAR Giuseppe Valerio Fioravanti and Francesca Mambro, perpetrators of the attack (who have always declared themselves innocent), while the former head of P2 Licio Gelli, Former SISMI agent Francesco Pazienza and military secret service officers Pietro Musumeci and Giuseppe Belmonte will be convicted of misdirecting the investigation. On 9th June 2000 the Court of Assizes of Bologna issued new convictions for misdirection. Those responsible of the massacre have never been identified.