Striking workers picket at Verizon CEO's W. Nyack home

Verizon union workers have been on strike for six days now, and tonight they took their complaints straight to management.

Hundreds of protesting workers carried candles as they marched to the West Nyack home of the company's CEO, Ivan Seiderberg.

No one was inside the upscale home on Quail Hollow Road, but union workers said it didn't matter. They say Verizon is treating them unfairly by threatening to take away benefits and demanding employee contributions.

Verizon, meanwhile, has asked the FBI to investigate 90 acts of alleged sabotage. The company claims that disgruntled workers are tampering with company property to undermine operations in their absence.

Verizon strike enters 5th dayVerizon claims 12 acts of sabotage

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