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This combo of undated photos provided Sunday, May 20, 2012, by the Chicago Police Department shows from left, Sebastian Senakiewicz, 24, of Chicago, and Mark Neiweem, 28. Prosecutors said Sunday they have charged Senakiewicz with falsely making a terrorist threat and Neiweem with attempted possession of explosives or incendiary devices as part of an ongoing investigation into activists who planned to take part in demonstrations at the two-day NATO summit. (AP Photo/Chicago Police Department)
Two men accused of bomb-related crimes leading up to last month's NATO summit were indicted in Cook County court Wednesday.
Sebastian Senakiewicz, 24, is charged with falsely making a terrorist threat, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Senakiewicz was arrested in May. Police also served a warrant on the house in which he was living, looking for incendiary devices and disguises for explosives. Law enforcement found neither.
Senakiewicz, a native of Poland, is being held in lieu $750,000 bail.
Mark Neiweem is charged with solicitation for possession of explosives, which is not a terrorism-related offense. Prosecutors allege Neiweem met associates in a forest preserve to obtain materials to make a pipe bomb.
Neiweem is being held on $500,000 bail.
Prosecutors said the two men are not connected to each other, nor are they connected to three other men charged following a police raid on a Bridgeport apartment.
Attorneys representing all five men claim they were entrapped by undercover operatives.