Protesters bring Occupy Wall Street message underground

As part of the Occupy Wall Street Day of Action, a small group of protesters made their way to the Archer Avenue subway station in

QUEENS - As part of the Occupy Wall Street Day of Action, a small group of protesters made their way to the Archer Avenue subway station in Queens to share their message of economic inequality.

About half-a-dozen demonstrators carrying signs saying "We Support Occupy Wall Street" talked to commuters about the need to end corporate greed.

There was an increased police presence on the platforms in anticipation of possible disruptions, but no incidents were reported during the evening rush.

For Chopper 12 footage from Occupy Wall Street rallies in Lower Manhattan, go to your digital cable box and select iO Extra on Ch. 612.

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