Precinct cops are not my problem.

YouTube video from NBC New York. NYPD cop accused of killing his 8 year old son. This officer has nothing to do with me. I’m just using this as an example of how out of control the NYPD and United States law enforcement is. This officer is innocent until proven guilty. I have no inside knowledge about this situation.

People I grew up with pay law enforcement in New York to terrorize people. They pay retired police and police who are above precinct level. When dealing with precinct cops you have good, bad,and indifferent. It’s the same with any business. Before I go any further, if you have an emergency call 911. I’m a civilian. I don’t work for the government. Just because this is my situation with the police, doesn’t mean it’s going to be yours. Hopefully they will help you. They definitely aren’t helping me. 

I’m sure there are a number of cops who work at precincts who are involved with harassing and sabotaging me. At the end of the day, I don’t take it personal. They are being paid to harass me and it’s their karma to deal with. From my experience on the outside looking in, if a member of law enforcement doesn’t do what they are told, they are going to have problems. For example, I don’t believe for one second that ten or more members of the NYPD killed themselves as is being reported. I think they saw how corrupt the NYPD is and they reported something. I suspect the NYPD killed them and said they killed themselves to cover up the scams. 

Let’s say hypothetically speaking that what I’m saying is true. If I was able to figure this out as a civilian, I’m confident that the police and civilians working at the NYPD know too. If the NYPD staff knows that the NYPD is killing their own employees do you think they are going to question any orders they are given? Would you?

YouTube video from CBS New York. Off-duty NYPD officer accused of fatally shooting childhood friend on Long Island. I have no inside knowledge of this case. The officer is innocent until proven guilty. I’m just using this as an example of how out of control United States law enforcement is.

The police officers at the NYPD get a check for life after they retire (it’s called a pension). I’m not sure about the civilians who work for the NYPD receive a pension. The United States government takes our money and pays their employees for life to keep quiet about the scams they run on us. In this economy and any economy no one wants to jeopardize a check for life. My civilian enemies are paying the top New York law enforcement. Lower ranking officers are not going to jeopardize their careers to help me. 

I have contacted the FBI, US Attorney, District Attorney, Manhattan Borough President, Attorney General, Public Advocate, City Council, DOI, CCRB, DEA, Secret Service, and others about my civilian enemies paying police to torture me. The only one who has done anything is the Comptroller. The Comptroller’s office set up a hearing or a deposition for me to try and sue the NYPD. The hearing is happening this month. 

The NYPD and New York law enforcement have had dozens of women try and hook up with me to set me up. They have had hundreds of women and men try to pick fights with me to get me in trouble. They also put drugs into water and throw it on me. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party at all. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. My birthday is 08/15/1976 any police officer can look me up with that and my name.

If you are doing anything illegal, I say don’t do it. I have seen how law enforcement operates. They play more dirty than your wildest dreams and they hold all the cards. Also, one of law enforcement’s favorite scams is to use women to set people up. They have women from teens and up working for them. They will hook up with you and then say you attacked them. If you don’t fall for that, they will dig up every woman you have ever hooked up with and turn them against you.

The NYPD will also have people pick fights with you while the NYPD supervises. If the NYPD wants to set you up they will have someone crash into you, spit in your face, etc. Anything to get you to react negatively. Once you react they will have an unlimited amount of witnesses saying you started it. Any evidence that backs up your claims of innocence will be erased and the only evidence that survives will be used to convict you. 

One more time, do not do anything illegal because the police will catch you. I have also had members of the NYPD civilian lie and scam team brag to me about serving on juries. 

Disclaimers: Use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. All information is subject to change. I’m not a lawyer. I don’t work for the government. 

Life Opinion

From New York City to the North Shore of Long Island.

YouTube video, walking around in Great Neck, New York.

This week is finals week at the CUNY school I attend. Something inspired me to visit Long Island because I had a few take home exams. I said to myself I might as well go to Long Island because it’s so mellow compared to the city and I can relax and focus on my schoolwork. I haven’t come out here in a long time so I’m not exactly sure about all the different ways there are to take public transportation into Long Island. Of course, you have the Long Island Rail Road. That’s what I took to get here. It was under $10 each way on the train and that was the off peak price. I’m not 100% sure so please verify this information yourself but if I’m correct you can take the 7 train from New York City to Flushing and then take buses from Flushing into Long Island. I’m not sure exactly how it works but once finals are over and I’m not in such a rush, I’m going to check it out. If I can visit Long Island for $3 or $6 each way that would be amazing. $3 would be the most amazing. I’m not sure if I can transfer using my MetroCard. Regardless, the first final I took out here was for English 102. The teacher just emailed me that I got an A for the course. I’m in my second semester at CUNY and that is my 7th A in a row. I have three more classes this second semester so hopefully I’ll get As on all of them and maintain my 4.0 GPA. 

In addition to college I’m a blogger and vlogger. I’m also working on several startups. I am on a very limited budget and startups are super competitive but long shot odds has never stopped me before. I’m originally from Woodmere, NY and I graduated Hewlett High School in 1994. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I’m like a machine. The reason I’m adding that is hopefully I’ll inspire a few people to stop wasting their time and money. I’m not a doctor so if you have questions about your health, talk with a physician.

I love to blog and vlog. One day when I have the money I am going to hire people to take videos and pictures of me all day long and post them to the internet and social media. The plan is to promote positive messages, try to inspire people, and show people the behind the scenes of how I run my startups. Of course results are not guaranteed. Startups are extremely risky and all information is subject to change. In addition to people seeing how I’m running my startups, I would also like to uncover and share various opportunities with viewers. Right now I don’t have the money but once I have the capital I’m going to hire attorneys to figure out the best strategy to move forward. I want to try and limit legal liabilities as much as possible. I’m very careful how I operate when it comes to sharing messages with the public on the web. One I have the opportunity to work with lawyers, I can get more specific with the information I share on my various blogs and social media channels. 

My English 102 teacher gave us an awesome assignment that changed me forever. She made us write for 10 minutes per day. Sometimes we were allowed to write about topics that we choose. Other days we were given topics to write about. When I was ordered to write for 10 minutes per day it made me realize that there is always time to blog. No matter how busy I think I am, I can take out 30 minutes to an hour to share my thoughts with the world. Hopefully the more I write, the better I’ll become at it. Also, I’m recording videos for YouTube almost every day. In total I have three blogs plus my social media pages. I have a blog which is this one I have a blog which is which is an abbreviation for I Love Life. Then I have a Tumblr blog which is located at I started out thinking this blog post was going to go on but I changed my mind while writing it and I’m going to post it on my blog 

I believe what goes around comes around. I believe in going out of my way for people and not being concerned if I’m going to be paid back right away. I believe in creating win win situations when I interact with others. I believe in treating everyone with respect. Times up, back to my schoolwork. Thank you for reading and watching, have a great day.


The NYPD is running social distancing scams in supermarkets and stores.

YouTube video from the NYPD, Practice Social Distancing.

This is a letter I just sent to a supermarket in Nassau County about the NYPD running non stop scams on me and harassing me every time I go shopping.


I’m going to make this quick because I have college finals and the NYPD has been harassing me constantly for so long I can’t remember. People I grew up with in New York pay the top law enforcement in New York to tease me, harass me, physically attack me, destroy and steal my property and try to have me locked up. I have no criminal record and I don’t do anything illegal. I live squeaky clean. No drinking, no partying, etc. I’m not saying your supermarket has anything to do with this but I had a few things happen at the location in Nassau County that I want to quickly mention. 

Anytime I go into a store the NYPD and their civilian team follow me in. They have people try and pick fights with me to try and have me kicked out. One of their signature scams is to have the cashier call me up before the last person leaves. When I walk up to the cashier everyone runs to the manager and says I’m not social distancing. I call it the NYPD social distancing scam. They also have people pretend to almost crash into me and other scams like that. 

Two quick things I want to mention that happened today at your Nassau County location. I shopped at your supermarket twice today. The first time I went to pay the customer behind me walked up while I was paying and was standing about 1 foot away from me. The cashier saw and said nothing. I didn’t say a word because the NYPD and New York law enforcement has me walking on eggshells not to get kicked out of anywhere.

YouTube video about the NYPD running social distancing scams in stores and supermarkets for cash.

The second time I was at your store today a staff member walked up to me and said go to isle 5. I walked over and saw a senior citizen still paying and checking out. I said to the person there is someone still paying, shouldn’t I wait over here? The person snapped at me and started getting very nasty. I’m not saying this has anything to do with the police harassing me 24/7 for years. Nevertheless, I’m used to being harassed every single day so I never lose my cool. I said I don’t feel comfortable walking so close to the senior citizen, I want to properly social distance out of respect for the senior. Can I please talk with a manager?

The manager walked over and said the staff member was correct and that two at a time should stand at the register. I said now I know. Thank you for your time and have a great day. It was a very quick encounter. I just wanted to mention this because I enjoy shopping at your supermarket. Regardless if your employees snap at me, I will continue to treat everyone with the utmost respect like I always do. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine