Law Enforcement

I suspect New York law enforcement had a few drug addicts who work for them rent storage at the same place I have mine.

I’m not saying where I have storage. The place I have storage is amazing. They obviously have nothing to do with New York law enforcement running scams at their facility. 

New York law enforcement always has drug addicts who work for them follow me around and pretend they are with me. I’m a full-time student at CUNY. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. Individuals I know pay New York law enforcement to torture me. 

I have been homeless for the past 5 years. I’m making the best of it. I hope one day New York law enforcement stops lying and torturing people. Regardless, I’m not giving up. My ancestors survived the Holocaust. My grandfather escaped from similar persecution. Now I have the New York FBI, NYPD, and NCPD, torturing me. 

Hopefully, I’m wrong about New York law enforcement trying to sabotage me at the storage place. Regardless, I treat everyone who works there with the utmost respect at all times. I don’t mention a word about any of this to them. 

The last time I was at my storage I noticed someone new who has a room near mine. They had their storage door open and it didn’t look sanitary. I couldn’t tell you if it was a woman or man, I was in and out so quickly. I just saw someone sitting on the floor with garbage everywhere. 

I privately notified the storage company that I saw someone with garbage everywhere. I told them I didn’t say a word to the staff on location because I like to keep it positive with them at all times. I said I’m notifying corporate just in case they want to check it out. There are video cameras throughout the space so they could easily verify the tip. 

Again, I hope I’m wrong. Obviously, I never say a word to any of the customers at my storage facility. New York law enforcement is always looking for any excuse to have me kicked out of everywhere. I have a feeling that someone new at the location who is packing the room with garbage is one of New York law enforcement’s usual tricks. 

The person will probably pop in at the same time as me. For example, one of New York law enforcement’s classic scams is to wait until I get nice and settled at my storage. The minute I get settled the person will pop in and New York law enforcement will try to paint some type of scam that this person and I are together. New York law enforcement ambushes and runs scams on me every day so after a while, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see what they have planned next. 

By Mark Pine

Startups, Marketing, Motivation