New York City Law Enforcement

Email to the Chancellor of CUNY about my upcoming journalism class and people I know paying New York law enforcement to torture me.


First and foremost I treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. I love CUNY. It’s a phenomenal opportunity. I’m studying 24/7 because I want to get into the journalism graduate school. It looks incredible. 

I never mention a word about people I know paying New York law enforcement to persecute me to anyone at college besides the Chancellor’s office. It’s not productive and there is nothing they can do to stop New York law enforcement from harassing me. The individuals who I grew up with that pay police to sabotage and set up victims have millions of dollars. There is no getting in between that amount of money and the scams they run together. 

Plus I have upset New York law enforcement even further by exposing them on the internet to thousands of people and growing. Hopefully one day it will be in the millions of people and they will leave me alone. 

I wanted to mention something quick as a precautionary measure. I’m taking journalism this fall. I promote myself as an investigative journalist on the web and social media. Before I even take the first class, I’m going on the record that I’m not mentioning a word to the teacher or anyone at school about people I know paying New York law enforcement to violate me. I’m not going to write about it for any homework assignments. I’m not casually mentioning it. Not one word. Not even one letter about it. 

If someone at school Google’s me and view’s what I have said publicly about New York law enforcement I will politely say I don’t think it’s appropriate to discuss the situation at school. I’ve contacted the proper authorities and it’s being resolved. I don’t think anyone would ever mention it to me. 

New York law enforcement goes into all my email accounts, documents, and social media accounts, and sabotages them. If there is an email sent from any one of my accounts about this situation to anyone at CUNY besides the Chancellor’s office please let me know so I can forward the information to NYPD internal affairs. I’ll also forward the information to the New York City and Queens District Attorney, Public Advocate, Manhattan and Queens Borough Presidents, etc. 

Moreover, if there is ever an email sent to the Chancellor’s office or anyone at CUNY that isn’t 1000% respectful please alert me immediately because New York law enforcement is impersonating me. I’m homeless. I sleep in the street. They go into my phone and laptop when I’m sleeping. They also scratch the screen and break every single laptop I buy when I’m sleeping. Once I visited the NYPD 108 Precinct to report it and they physically tossed me into the street. I have had similar experiences with additional NYPD precincts. 

New York law enforcement sends people to pick fights with me constantly. Police officers, security guards, doorpeople, anyone you can imagine. I never fall for it. I ignore anyone who treats me disrespectfully. That’s their life to deal with. When I see police and security guards I treat them respectfully. The law enforcement and people I know who pay them to annihilate me have layers between them and the public. 

I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I have a 4.0 GPA after 27 credits with New York law enforcement abusing me the whole time. I pray to God that one day New York law enforcement will stop attacking, harassing, and teasing me. Regardless, I’m not giving up. I’m also walking on eggshells because I don’t want to lose the little I have left. A huge part of what I’m holding onto revolves around CUNY and I act accordingly. Regardless I’m a respectful person anyway and this situation magnifies it. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

By Mark Pine

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