Supermarket scams courtesy of the FBI and NYPD.

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People I know pay New York law enforcement to torture and harass me. They don’t care what the evidence is or who I tell, they won’t stop. This is an email I sent to a supermarket today.


I’m a student at a college near your establishment. I enjoy eating food at your supermarket. First and foremost I treat all your staff with the utmost respect at all times. I mostly keep to myself but any little interactions I have I am concise and polite. I only eat food from supermarkets because people I know paid the NYPD to tamper with my food at a few restaurants. I got very bad food poisoning. After that, I swore off restaurants for good.

People I know from New York pay the top law enforcement in New York to torture people including myself. I have a lawsuit in motion against the NYPD with evidence they are not too happy about. They still harass me constantly but they know I have amazing evidence.

One thing New York law enforcement and the NYPD does is look for any lie they can make up to have me kicked out of places for no reason at all. That includes school, supermarkets, and every other place I go. It’s well documented that the NYPD is 100% out of control, way worse than what the average civilian realizes. I’ll save you from the examples, if anyone is interested they can search Google for what members of the NYPD have been arrested for in the past few years. Murder, rape, drug dealing, child abuse, etc.

Today I had a minor situation at your location that I wanted to mention. It’s no big deal for me, I’m used to things like this happening all the time. It could have been a coincidence. I went up to the register to pay for water. It was my second time shopping at the store today. I swiped my card and it said waiting for the cashier.

I was patiently waiting and the cashier was just standing there not doing anything. I politely said it says on the screen waiting for the cashier. The cashier walked over to my side and started looking at the screen. I just figured she was new so I said it’s no big deal, the store is not that busy, I’ll visit another register.

This is when it gets a little bizarre. I walk up to the next register and pay. There are two cashiers at the register standing next to each other. One of the cashiers is holding the receipt nowhere near me, very close to herself. She is looking at me and I’m looking at the two of them. The cashier says do you want the receipt?

I’m saying to myself, I never had a cashier require me to reach across the whole register area to get the receipt. It would have looked like I was reaching in front of two women and grabbing the receipt out of her hand. After a while, she sort of moved the receipt a little bit closer. I’m always very patient because of the situations I’m usually navigating.

I understand everyone is doing there best. I’m very happy with the food and service at your establishment. If one of your staff took a plate of pasta and threw it in my face I wouldn’t be rude. I might eat some of it that didn’t fall on the floor and then I would wipe it off and not say a word. I’m not exaggerating, there is nothing anyone can do at your establishment that would make me lose my cool. I have been through hell and back and been victim to things that could not be carried out at a supermarket.

The Comptroller’s office knows me, other government offices I’m in contact with include the FBI, Manhattan Borough President, Queens Borough President, Manhattan District Attorney, Queens District Attorney, US Attorney, Internal Affairs, the Civilian Complaint Review Board, NYPD headquarters, Speaker of the City Council, Attorney General, Public Advocate, Department of Justice, DEA, etc.

The point of the story is that regardless of how anyone treats me I treat everyone with the utmost respect. The police send people to pick fights with me all the time. I’m not saying that is what happened here, I’m just saying it was peculiar.

Thank you for the great service you provide to the community and I look forward to continuing to support your excellent establishment. Of course, that means treating all your team members and customers with the utmost respect at all times.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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School and startups in Manhattan. 917-815-5415