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Things sure turned ugly fast in the recent Verizon strike. The  Associated Press reported 70 acts of sabotage in the first week. A New  Jersey judge had to issue an injunction banning members of the  Communications Workers of America from “Dropping, spreading, throwing,  placing or otherwise causing nails, glass, cinder block, spikes, feces,  clubs, rocks, screws, or puncture devices of any kind, or other object  or debris to be thrown or strewn in, on, or about Verizon’s driveways,  parking lots, entrances, exits, vehicles and adjoining roads to any of  Verizon’s property or at any work site.”

Things sure turned ugly fast in the recent Verizon strike. The Associated Press reported 70 acts of sabotage in the first week. A New Jersey judge had to issue an injunction banning members of the Communications Workers of America from “Dropping, spreading, throwing, placing or otherwise causing nails, glass, cinder block, spikes, feces, clubs, rocks, screws, or puncture devices of any kind, or other object or debris to be thrown or strewn in, on, or about Verizon’s driveways, parking lots, entrances, exits, vehicles and adjoining roads to any of Verizon’s property or at any work site.”

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