Occupy Protests Come to Super Bowl 46 Village


Saturday marked the second straight day of right-to-work legislation protests in the 2012 Super Bowl Village. About 40 people picketed the opening of a zip line in the Village. The 800-foot zip line allows participants to clip onto a wire about 100 feet off the ground and glide almost two blocks.

The anti-establishment contingent consisted mostly of union members and Occupy protesters from across the state of Indiana marching through SB village to make a political statement against the state’s proposed right-to-work legislation. About 75 marchers weaved through the masses at football related street fairs in downtown Indianapolis. Expect more as we get into media hype overload week.

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