Each will get from one to three years in prison for violation of the AETA and cyberstalking.
Traverse Internet Law has commented on the recent Federal appellate court decision rejecting free speech and constitutional challenges to convictions of six animal rights activists. You can read about the convictions on the www.google-bombs.com website. This is a significant victory for those fighting online personal terrorism and could be the map for legislators to follow as laws are drafted trying to address the mobosphere attacks that have become so prevalent online.
Expect an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States, and then an opportunity for the Supremes to send a message to the scofflaws of the online world that this type of coordinated online attack can get you in serious trouble. Like one to six years in prison.