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Verizon Communications Inc. reported a dozen cases of sabotaged cable lines and warned of delays in repairs and customer service on the second day of a strike involving about 45,000 employees.
The telecommunications company said there have been 12 acts of sabotage to telephone lines and to Internet and television services in Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York since the strike began.
Originally posted by Krycheck
reply to post by Doublemint
I don't want start an anti-union thread. But to look at all of the possibilities, whether it be the union guys doing this or Verizon hiring somebody to do this to frame the union to make it look bad,
It will be the citizens and customers that will pay the toll for this pissing match.
Could this also be a third party trying to take advantage of the situation also?
It seems a bit out there, but also possible.
An FBI spokesman confirmed Thursday that the bureau is looking into the allegation. "Because critical infrastructure has been affected, namely the telecommunications of both a hospital and a police department, the FBI is looking into this matter from a security standpoint as part of our security efforts leading up to the 9-11 anniversary," Special Agent Bryan Travers said in an email.