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Tonight a doorman walked out of a New York City building, attacked me, and smashed my phone. Then he stole my New York State real estate brokers license, public assistance card, Chase Bank card, plus more.

People I know pay New York law enforcement to torture me. New York law enforcement made me homeless. They use incapacitating agents on me when I’m sleeping and cut my ears so that when I wear a mask I feel excruciating pain. The reason they do that is to abuse me and so that I take off my mask while they ambush me and record it. When New York law enforcement has teenage girls crashing into me on the sidewalk, they want my mask off. 

I’m a full-time student at CUNY. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I’m on public assistance, SNAP, cash assistance, and I’m receiving government assistance to pay for school. I am doing everything in my power to get back into an apartment. Every time I take one step forward, New York law enforcement sabotages me. They sabotage me even when I don’t take a step forward. 

I have contacted almost every NYC government office and New York law enforcement will not stop torturing me. They drug me all the time. They put narcotics into water and throw it on me. They have people sneak up on me and blow smoke in my face. They tease and harass me while I study. Of course, they have people try to pick fights with me. 

New York law enforcement has girls follow me around and pretend I’m following them. They have girls shove their phones in my face. They also have people spit, sneeze, and cough in my face regularly. New York law enforcement will have a civilian who works for them picked up in a cab or car service, a person who is clearly sick, the individual will get out of the vehicle, sneeze in my face, and then get back in the car. If I react in any way I will be taken to jail immediately. They have done that dozens of times. Search the word COINTELPRO.

If you don’t believe me, Google what members of the NYPD have been arrested for recently. Murder, rape, child abuse, drug dealing, etc. It’s almost impossible to get in trouble if you work for the NYPD in my opinion. In my humble opinion, the job is to stab people in the back and ruin innocent people’s lives. Yes, the NYPD does help people sometimes but there are too many scams going on for me to truly appreciate it. 

If you have an emergency call 911. This is just my opinion. Hopefully, you will have a better experience with the NYPD than me. You can also call NYPD internal affairs. I really hope you have a better experience with them than I did. The police are torturing me every day and NYPD internal affairs can care less. I’ve called them hundreds of times and visited their office on Hudson Street at least once or twice. I’d go again but I don’t trust them. 

Regardless of all that I’m not giving up. I have one life to live and I’m trying to get my life back. Before anyone tries to take this post out of context, I treat everyone at the courts, HRA, CUNY, USPS, NYC Comptroller’s office, etc., with the utmost respect at all times. I’m not trying to make a bad situation worse. 

I’m very grateful for the opportunity to go to college. I also appreciate the public assistance benefits from HRA. New York law enforcement will never stop harassing me for the rest of my life. At least I can try to get a roof over my head so it’s not so easy for them to punish me every night. The way it is now, they harass me when I’m sleeping.  

I am very careful about what I say and write on the web. Even though I’m homeless and don’t have anything, I’m hopeful that one day I will have something. I don’t want to be sued for defamation, slander, libel, etc. I’m not mentioning the name of the building. I’m not mentioning the name of the management company. I’m not mentioning the names of the individuals who pay New York law enforcement to torture me. 

If you want to read about how the US government, FBI, and police torture people you can Google the word COINTELPRO. It’s been well documented by reliable sources that the US government and its law enforcement tortures people. In my opinion, Wikipedia has a lot of information about COINTELPRO. 

I have a video of what happened tonight. The doorman is cursing in it so I have to edit the video if I decide to make it public. I shared the video with the NYPD Midtown North precinct (also known at NYPD 18th precinct). If I’m correct the NYPD 18th precinct is the former precinct of NYPD sergeant Alberto Randazzo who was sentenced to almost 3 decades in jail. 

Google NYPD Alberto Randazzo at your own risk. His crimes are beyond belief. Do not Google NYPD Alberto Randazzo if you are under 18 years old. They should close the precinct where he worked and reopen it somewhere else. It’s that bad. 

The NYPD officers who met me in the street on East 52nd Street and Lexington Avenue in New York City, were as helpful as you can expect. I treated them respectfully regardless of my ongoing issues with New York law enforcement. Precinct cops are not my issue. They have no power to help me because my civilian enemies are paying New York law enforcement who are above the precinct level.

I also sent the video to the property management company of the building where the doorman who violated me was working. I Google’d the address of the building and found the contact right away. I sent them a polite email. The message is that their doorman attacked me, destroyed my property, and stole my property. The doorman is twice my size. He scared me. I thought he was going to really hurt me bad but thankfully he didn’t. He was chasing me all over the avenue and street. No one on this earth who would believe I would start a physical fight with this person. 

The NYPD was asking me what race was the person who attacked me. I told them the human race. In my world, there is only one race and that is the human race. I went back to the building with the two NYPD officers and identified the doorman. He lied and said it wasn’t him. I have the video. 

In the message to the management company who the doorman works for I said I’m giving them one day to buy me a new phone. The cost is $250 plus tax at T Mobile. It’s a Samsung Galaxy A21. I also want $5 to pay Chase to rush deliver me a new debit card and $10 to get a new New York State real estate brokers license. 

That’s it. I have a video of their doorman chasing me in the street, cursing at me, and then he grabbed my phone and smashed it. I can’t even watch the video, it’s like reliving an attack. I can not imagine this management company doesn’t think that is a fair deal. I told the management company that if they don’t pay for what their employee stole and broke, I’ll sue them for the maximum I can receive.

In the email to the property management company, I cc’d the NYPD Midtown North precinct, NYPD headquarters (1 Police Plaza), Manhattan District Attorney, Queens District Attorney, NYPD internal affairs, CCRB, Manhattan Borough President, Queens Borough President, New York FBI, and others. I don’t want anyone to think I’m trying to do anything unscrupulous. If it’s illegal to ask for that type of consideration then hopefully one of them will let me know. 

I think it’s a fair deal. Of course, you could decide for yourself if I share the video. I don’t want to share it because it has curses and I want to give the management company a day to do the right thing. I reserve the right to put out the video anytime I want. 

The management company probably isn’t going to respond to me. I can not imagine that any property management company would look at the video and hire the doorman unless they are out of their minds. The guy is chasing me in the middle of the street. I told him and another member of the building staff to call the police. 

What set off the whole situation is as follows. I have been homeless for five years. I was sleeping on the sidewalk. The streets were empty besides other homeless people. Usually, I sleep in chairs on the subway platform or on benches. I have places to shower. I have clean clothes. I’m clean. I also have been recently tested for CV twice. 

I wasn’t near the entrance. The doorman and another person who worked at the building told me to move. I said I’m on the sidewalk, I’m not blocking anyone, call the NYPD if you want me to move. If the NYPD tells me to move, I’ll move. There was homeless people sleeping in the street all over the place. Why am I being singled out? In retrospect, I should have moved. It still doesn’t excuse attacking me, destroying, and stealing my property. 

Everyone has a right to their own opinion, and that’s mine. That is when the situation unfolded. I couldn’t believe a doorman from a huge hi-rise flipped out on me like that. If the management company doesn’t reimburse me for approximately $300, it’s their bad energy to hold. Plus I’m going to sue them. 

I’m on East 34th Street between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue in New York City writing this. I’m using the free WiFi in the street. Now I have to go to Brooklyn to get a new SNAP or public assistance card. Then I have to spend $5 I don’t have to get my Chase card back. Next, I have to visit the NYC Comptroller’s office to drop off paperwork for my lawsuit against the NYPD. I’m not giving up. I’m using all the resources I have to elevate my situation. 

By Mark Pine

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