The NYPD and New York law enforcement keep stealing my mail from the United States Postal Service.

The following is a email I sent to the United States Postal Inspection Service.

Greetings USPS / United States Postal Inspection Service,

People I know pay the NYPD and New York law enforcement to torture me. It has been going on for a decade. One thing they do is throw my mail in the trash. They throw mail I send in the trash and they throw mail sent to me in the garbage. I’m going to purchase some type of mailbox rental in the next few months. In the meantime, I’m using the free mail acceptance at the James A. Farley Station.

Pine, Mark

James A. Farley Station

General Delivery 

New York, NY

10001-9998

I have a question. If by mistake someone sends my mail to this address would it be a problem?

Mark Pine

James A. Farley Station

General Delivery 

New York, NY

10001-9998

Basically, if the person sending me the mail forgot to put my last name first and first name last would that result in my mail not being delivered? 

A company mailed me an envelope to the above address and it was lost. I believe it was stolen because my mail keeps disappearing over and over. There was an insurance check for a few hundred dollars in the envelope. The NYPD and New York law enforcement go wild when I get my hands anywhere near a penny. Even though they destroy all my property anyway, they don’t like me touching money. They knew I was expecting a check because they have me under 24-7 surveillance. 

YouTube video of me at the United States Post Office in New York City.

I don’t have any criminal record, nor do I do anything illegal. They don’t care because they are being paid to harass me. They know I don’t do anything illegal. The Police have civilians who work for them, women and men, try and pick fights with me constantly. They make it very clear they are following me around. A person who works for the NYPD also stole my brand new unlimited monthly MetroCard. I reported it to the NYPD 17th Precinct and of course, they would not write up a criminal Police report. They would only write up that I lost the MetroCard. 

Another situation where I highly suspect the NYPD and New York law enforcement stole my mail is on two or three occasions when I had to send paperwork, not money, to the IRS. I always use my debit card when I go to the post office so there is evidence that I was there. After months or a year of going back and forth with the IRS, I finally made an appointment to visit the IRS office located downtown in New York City. I hand-delivered the paperwork and now they have it. 

Another instance of when I suspect the NYPD and New York law enforcement stole my mail involved the Human Resources Administration (HRA). I’m not sure what post office I sent the mail from, although I can look it up because I used my Chase Bank debit card. For this instance, I paid extra to send the paperwork certified mail. Needless to say, the paperwork never made it to HRA and I had to visit the HRA office over and over to fix the issue. 

I have two more checks being mailed to the James A. Farley Station address. One is from the insurance company and another one is from the college I attend. If there is anything anyone can do to please have the NYPD and New York law enforcement stop stealing my mail I would appreciate it. 

If you require any further information please send me an email. 

Thank you and have a good day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

Confirmation email from the United States Postal Service.

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