• Arizona Republic
Desperate pirates will be using privately-contracted security forces Tuesday morning to coerce light rail riders into providing their "papers:" a boarding ticket stub. If you don't have a ticket, or refuse to show yours, you will be issued an electronic ticket worth up to $500.
It's last minute, but showing up with a camera and a legally-purchased boarding ticket (while refusing to show it to the Blackwater-like security force guarding the train) will poke a hole in their precious little system: How do you cite someone for breaking a law when they're not breaking the law?
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