The United States Secret Service blocked my phone from calling all of their offices nationwide.

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I was calling the United States Secret Service in Washington, DC. I also called their location in Brooklyn. The reason I was calling the United States Secret Service was to report that people I know from New York pay the NYPD and New York law enforcement to torture me. It has been going on for years.

The NYPD and New York law enforcement teases me, harasses me, tries to pick fights with me, physically attacks me, destroys my property, and has girls and women try to set me up for leering and stalking. The NYPD also has regular people who unofficially work for them tease me and try to pick fights with me while the NYPD supervises. I call any government phone number I can find to report the NYPD and the people who are doing this to me.

The United States Attorney’s Office Southern District of New York has also blocked my mobile phone number from calling their office. When I call the New York Federal Bureau of Investigation my calls get routed to specific people who are prepped for dealing with what they consider problem callers.

Law enforcement sends regular people “civilians” to pick fights with me to get me arrested. It’s intense, they will have people slam into me and pretend they didn’t see me over and over. They will have people cough, sneeze and spit in my face. They have women cut me off sneering at me with their phones in my face recording me like I’m doing something wrong when I’m minding my own business. They ambush me constantly when I’m walking in and out of places, they will have people crash into me.

In my mind, there is no difference between Police, FBI, military, etc. They all have unlimited billions and trillions of dollars to spend on anything they want.

When I call 911 in New York City I don’t get the regular operators, I get specific 911 operators who are trained to try and annoy me and not help at all. It’s not as if you were to call 911. When I call they know it’s me and they route my calls to the operators they have ready for my calls. The NYPD doesn’t want all their operators knowing they torture people for money. I can keep going for thousands of pages but I’m going to stop it here for now. Be back later, thanks.

Disclaimers: Use this information at your own risk. I’m a civilian. Just because this is my experience doesn’t mean it will be yours. Hopefully not. If you have an emergency call 911. If you have questions contact an attorney. I’m not a lawyer. Thank you and have a good day.

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Mark Pine

School and startups in Manhattan. 917-815-5415