March 31, 2012 12:00 AM
On Wednesday, OWS announced on its website that “a team of activists” opened more than 20 stations in Brooklyn and Manhattan by taping MetroCard readers at turnstiles and propping open emergency exits.
According to the group’s website, it was done “in a coordinated response to escalating service cuts, fare hikes, racist policing, assaults on transit workers’ working conditions and livelihoods — and the profiteering of the super-rich by way of a system they’ve rigged in their favor.”
OWS says they posted signs reading “Customers Ride For Free” and “Free Entry, No Fares Collected” on flyers that looked to be printed by the MTA.
Signs posted by Occupy Wall Street inside a subway station telling straphangers they can ride for free on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 (credit: )
Now, police say they are trying to find those responsible and have released surveillance video from three locations where they say the criminal tampering occurred "
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