Stormfront was born in the United States in 1990, as the online bulletin board of a nationalist senator candidate. Then it became a website, managed on a Texas provider, edited by Don Black, well-known leader of the Ku Kux Klan and member of the National Socialist White People’s Party. As the years go by, the number of registered users of the site grows exponentially, and then it opens up even abroad. Stormfront.org also arrives in Italy with its own section of the forum that quickly establishes itself in extreme right-wing environments. In October 2011, the Questura of Roma launched an investigation into the Italian section of the site. 21 Italian citizens under investigation for associating themselves, united by an ideological National Socialist vocation of extreme right-wing, in order to spread online and through leafleting ideologies based on the “superiority of the white race” and “racial and ethnic hatred”, and to incite them to commit acts of discrimination and racist violence. From this moment on, two major investigations, different site darkening, different degrees of judgement, experienced up to the Supreme Court, and proceedings still open. The Court of Rome, in the first judgment in 2013, recognizes in Stormfront a sort of conspiracy constituted through the web. Its exemplariness lies in its ability to have passed easily from the propaganda of racist ideas on the web to incitement to commit crimes, up to concrete actions. The contribution tries to reconstruct the intricate judicial process, which hasn’t yet been completed.