December 21, 2020
Notice of claim to sue the Nassau County Police Department.
I would like to sue the Nassau County Police Department for $150,000.00
I was falsely arrested by the Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct on November 30, 2020. Civilians I know have paid New York law enforcement to run scams like this for more than three decades.
My case number is Case No: 2020CR364503
I was locked in a room while at the Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct and they were blasting music for hours to harass me.
The Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct Detectives repeatedly tried to trick me into signing a statement. The Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct Detectives said they were about to let me go with a desk appearance ticket. All I had to do was sign for my belongings.
Respectfully, I said I’m not signing. The Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct Detectives said they would keep my keys, jacket, backpack with everything in it, etc. I would have to leave without any of my belongings if I didn’t sign. I said, OK, keep it all, I’m not signing.
The Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct Detectives said it would be better for me if I signed a statement and they gave their version of things to the judge instead of me. They said they were more credible than me with the judge.
It turns out that the whole exchange was a lie. The Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct Detectives took me from the Nassau County Police Department 2nd Precinct to Nassau County Police Headquarters to spend the night in jail.
Before the Nassau County Police 2nd Precinct took me to jail I asked them if they could create a police report about my civilian enemies who are paying law enforcement to harass me and they said no.
My civilian enemies pay New York law enforcement to harass me and try to set me up. I have to be cautious about naming my civilian enemies publicly because they would love to sue me for defamation, slander, libel, etc. They have attorneys on their payroll ready to sue at a moment’s notice.
I was arrested for calling Nassau County Police Headquarters and Nassau County 911 hundreds of times. I also called Nassau County Internal Affairs.
If I had to guess, I’d say I called all the numbers combined more than 1,000 times in less than a year. It might sound like a lot, but when I’m being viciously harassed by law enforcement and their civilian team, I report it.
Nassau County law enforcement and their civilian team are professional at getting people to react physically so they can lock them up. The only physical reaction their civilian scam team gets out of me is when I take out my phone and start dialing. They would love for me to get into a fight with the people they send to pick fights with me. I don’t fall for it, I call the source.
I have created several screen pictures of my phone records and sent them to the New York FBI, New York District Attorney, Department of Investigations, New York City Internal Affairs, the Civilian Complaint Review Board, New York City Public Advocate, Speaker of the New York City Council, Manhattan Borough President, and dozens of additional New York City and New York State Government agencies. I emailed the agencies and notified them that people I know are paying New York law enforcement to harass me beyond belief.
I know this notice of claim/lawsuit is about the Nassau County Police but the people who harass me can care less what jurisdiction I’m in. If it’s Nassau County I’m harassed there. If it’s New York City I experience the exact same ambushes and scams.
The reason I don’t know the exact amount of times I called Nassau County 911 is that I call NYPD 911 too because I spend the majority of my time in New York City.
I was merely visiting Nassau County because there are more places to study for college than in New York City. For example, there are a few coffee shops and libraries where I try to study while New York law enforcement’s civilian team harasses me and blows weed smoke in my face. Currently, I’m at the Hicksville Library.
New York law enforcement’s civilian team blow weed smoke in my face when I’m trying to study and when I’m on my way to study. I can comfortably say they have blown weed smoke in my face hundreds of times including today. It’s very uncomfortable. I don’t like it.
Nassau County Internal Affairs told me they don’t record their phone line. I’ve called them more than one hundred times. I’ll get the exact numbers. All the Nassau County law enforcement phone numbers are recorded except the Nassau County Internal Affairs. The number that people including myself call to complain about cops.
The Nassau County Police Department says “his reason for calling wasn’t legitimate.” Coincidentally, there are no audio recordings of what I said to Nassau County Internal Affairs.
Another unfortunate coincidence is that I had an app on my phone that recorded all the calls I made to law enforcement. A few months ago it stopped working and I haven’t found another call recording app since then, that works like the old one.
If I had all the calls I made to Nassau County law enforcement recorded, they would have never arrested me because of all the times they acted unprofessionally on the phone.
I called the Nassau County Executive and Nassau County District Attorney to report that people I know are paying the Nassau County Police and their civilian team to viciously harass me. I’ve been calling and emailing the Nassau County Executive and Nassau County District Attorney for years about this.
I filed a notice of claim with the Nassau County Attorney to sue the Nassau County Police Department a few months ago before I was arrested. The paperwork was rejected so I’m refiling it.
One of law enforcement’s favorite lies and scams is to say people they torture are impolite, so they get shut out of trying to get help. I’m very calm and respectful. I’m used to being tortured.
I suspect the Nassau County Police are erasing some of the call recordings from when I called. There were instances, when the team who answer the phone at Nassau County Police Headquarters and Nassau County 911, acted and sounded unprofessional on the phone.
There were times I called Nassau County Police Headquarters and Nassau County 911 when all they did was try and pick fights with me on the phone, insult, and threaten me. If the court, legislators, and citizens of Nassau County heard the calls, they would not be proud.
I have called NYPD 911 several times as well, therefore I can’t tell which calls were made to NYPD 911 or Nassau County 911. I still call NYPD 911. When New York City law enforcement and their civilian team start to hammer away at me, for example, today, I call various law enforcement numbers. Federal, state, and city.
The calls I made directly to Nassau County Police Headquarters can easily be counted. They have a direct phone number, so I’ll count how many times I called. I suspect in total, I called Nassau County Police Headquarters, Nassau County 911, and Nassau County Police Internal Affairs close to 1,000 times or more.
I offered to turn over my T Mobile phone records and bank account statements to the Nassau County Police, Nassau County Legal Aid, Nassau County District Attorney, etc.
I’m 44 years young. I have nothing to hide. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I have no criminal record besides this arrest.
I have a 4.0 GPA at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY after 30 credits. I’m transferring to Baruch College for the next semester. I’m a journalism major.
Hopefully, the Nassau County Government doesn’t pull me out of school and throw me in jail. I’m very concerned that this might affect my student loans too if I wind up with a misdemeanor.
I already notified my excellent attorney at Nassau County Legal Aid that I would gladly accept a violation with no jail time and no probation. That way, the Nassau County Police Department can save face and I can move on with my life. I believe if the majority of Americans were polled, they would vote 51% or higher that the charges should be dropped.
I grew up on Long Island around thousands of millionaires. Most of them were nice people. A few dozen of them are hell-bent on connecting with the biggest criminals who work for New York law enforcement to tear people to shreds including me.
Let’s pretend that a fraction of one percent of New York law enforcement are criminals. I suspect the actual number is higher. My civilian enemies have connected with those women and men.
My civilian enemies pay New York law enforcement to try and set me up in various ways.
They had a bunch of girls/women try to date me to set me up. They had girls contact me in person, on social media, at CUNY, etc. I didn’t fall for it.
One time a student who I don’t know, started harassing me in front of BMCC/CUNY. I went through the proper channels and reported it and not one person responded to me.
Another CUNY student harassed me when I was in a class at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY. The student started to yell and scream at me for no reason in class. I ignored the person. There was a security camera in the classroom.
I reported it to LaGuardia Community College security and they said the video camera in the classroom was broken. I can keep going. These types of scenarios happen to me regularly.
My civilian enemies pay New York law enforcement to have civilians who work for law enforcement try to pick fights with me to get me in trouble. They hammer away at me. They tease me, harass me, physically attack me, rob me, etc.
I have had laptops stolen and broken. I have had so many mobile phones stolen I lost count. I have had clothing ripped. I have had MetroCards stolen.
The NYPD has issued me a few police reports and denied issuing me police reports on many instances.
It says in the Nassau County Police complaint that I had no legitimate reason for calling Nassau County Police Headquarters, Nassau County 911, Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Executive, Nassau County Crime Stoppers, Nassau County Discrimination, Nassau County Internal Affairs, etc.
How much time did they spend investigating my claims? Can I see the notes? Is there a way to submit a FOIA request for the information they have from the investigations they conducted into my claims? How many retail stores’ security videos did they watch? How many people did they question?
They didn’t spend one second investigating my claims and they wrote that I was calling for no reason. Moreover, they know what I’m saying is true.
Nassau County Police Headquarters, Nassau County 911, and Nassau County Internal Affairs told me to go to a precinct and file a police report. I called the Nassau County Police 4th Precinct to see if I could stop by and obtain a police report. A police officer answered the phone and started threatening me.
Why would I possibly visit a Nassau County Police precinct when people I know are paying them under the table and they are threatening me on the phone? The threats can easily be verified depending on how long the Nassau County Police Precincts hold on to the phone recordings when people call.
I’ll have to look into my phone records and see what days and times I called the Nassau County 4th Precinct so anyone investigating can hear a police officer pick up the phone and threaten me.
Nassau County Internal Affairs told me, at one point, that I could stop by their office for a meeting. I asked if their office has security cameras for my protection because I don’t trust them. Nassau County Internal Affairs informed me that they don’t have security cameras in their offices.
The Nassau County Police Precincts record phone calls and have security cameras. Nassau County Internal Affairs doesn’t record phone calls and doesn’t have security cameras.
This is a full-time job defending myself. I also had a deposition and have been given the necessary paperwork from the New York City Comptroller’s Office to file a lawsuit against the NYPD.
One thing that the Nassau County Police Department does when they are being paid to ruin an innocent person’s life is have civilians who work for the NCPD follow the target into stores and pick fights with them.
This can easily be verified by matching up my bank records with various store’s security videos. If we pull thirty minutes to an hour of video from a hundred purchases anyone watching will see instances with multiple people following me into a store and harassing me.
People will not believe their eyes when they see the type of stunts that Nassau County Police and their civilian lie and scam team pull on people including me.
Independently, I’m going to figure out how to file lawsuits against the various stores to obtain the security video footage because I don’t believe that the Nassau County Police Department is going to expose themselves.
I have seen multiple police departments run the same exact scams. This is standard practice.
I have a video that I found on the internet with a member of the Nassau County Police cutting someone off and when the civilian bumps into the NCPD officer, the officer arrests the person. The Nassau County Police and their civilian team have tried that on me several times.
If you look at the criminal complaint, you will see that the Nassau County police are claiming I made calls from two phones.
That is a lie.
They had staff from Nassau County Police Headquarters provide sworn statements that I made calls from more than one phone.
The whole purpose of my calls is to obtain evidence that I’m reporting a crime and the Nassau County police are covering it up. I have an account with T Mobile that I pay seven months in advance every six months when I receive my student loans from the Federal Government and The City University of New York.
I never touch cash except when I’m doing my laundry. I’ll gladly share my bank statements with any necessary agency. You will see I never spend any money on alcohol, never party, etc.
I’m one hundred percent focused on elevating my situation so I won’t be such an easy target for New York law enforcement to continue torturing me for the rest of my life. They are as ruthless as humanly possible.
I gave my name, birthdate, phone number, etc. when I called Nassau County law enforcement. I wasn’t hiding.
Why would I call from two phones? If it wasn’t for student loans, I wouldn’t be able to afford one phone, let alone two.
About five days before I was arrested, members of the Nassau County Police 6th Precinct stopped me in Great Neck. They told me to stop calling Nassau County Police Headquarters and Nassau County 911.
I was respectful with them, and I video recorded the entire conversation (about 15 minutes). The officers knew I was recording the conversation.
I have not called Nassau County Police Headquarters or Nassau County 911 since the day I was told not to in person.
A day or two before they arrested me, several civilians who work for the Nassau County Police started to harass me more than usual. I realize now they were trying to get me to call Nassau County 911 or the Nassau County Police so they could arrest me on the spot because then I’d been warned in person. I didn’t call.
About five days later, I was arrested in the Jericho Public Library lobby while I was studying for my college finals.
Another reason I was calling Nassau County Police Headquarters is about NCPD Richard Furboter. NCPD Richard Furboter was arrested for exposing himself to women while he was an active police officer.
Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder said Richard Furboter was off work while he was exposing the women. I believe he was caught during the day, so I guess he worked nights for the NCPD. I doubt if Internal Affairs or anyone verified if he was on the clock or not.
After the Nassau County Police Department and their civilian team started harassing me, I was inspired to make a few calls to New York State agencies. I called the New York State Comptroller’s Office and another number for a New York State pension agency.
I was told that the active Nassau County Police officer who was arrested for exposing himself to women during the day was now receiving a state pension.
I was watching a video with Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder telling the press that Nassau County Police Officer Richard Furboter’s badge was going to be melted or something like that. He failed to mention that NCPD Richard Furboter will be receiving a pension courtesy of the taxpayers.
I say let him keep the badge and let New York State keep the pension.
I told the team at Nassau County Police Headquarters that NCPD Richard Furboter receiving a pension is ludicrous. What percentage of citizens in Nassau County, New York State, or the United States would vote for that? What person on this planet would think that’s fair?
Richard Furboter was exposing himself to women in public while being paid to protect Nassau County. He was caught, end of story. Why is the government paying him a pension?
If he exposed himself while working for a private company he would either be in the hospital or jail. Because he is a police officer he gets a pass and pension?
In addition to reporting that I’m being viciously harassed in Nassau County, I was calling to request that Commissioner Patrick Ryder do the right thing about Richard Furboter.
I understand that Commissioner Patrick Ryder isn’t in charge of New York State pensions. He could still make a request that Richard Furboter’s pension was canceled and the system is changed so that if a police officer is busted while on the job, there is no pension.
I would gladly spend a few hundred hours of my free time when I’m not in school, maybe one day a week for a few hours, with members of the Nassau County Police Department going through the store’s security videos the times I was harassed so we can clear up why I was calling.
I’ll disclose the names of my civilian enemies, a few of them I already provided to the Nassau County Police Department years ago.
I reported one of my civilian enemies with rock-solid evidence years ago to multiple members of the Nassau County Police Department, Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Executive, and others, no one did anything.
Let’s say I was walking down the street and a few young girls wearing spandex pants and short shirts crashed into me. Coincidentally there happens to be security cameras nearby or concerned citizens taking pictures and photos.
Now the girls start saying “he was following us around in multiple locations.” Unfortunately for me, let’s say they have pictures of me in another location even though I have no clue who they are.
Of course, the precious angels who work for New York law enforcement would never dream of running a scam such as this. The million-dollar question is?
Why has Mark Pine called 911 plus hundreds of other government and law enforcement phone numbers if he is a criminal? The phone calls that they arrested me for would come in real handy if anyone ever claimed I was doing something illegal.
If I only called a few times, the police could say that so and so was on vacation that week. Or in court. When I call 1,000 times it’s difficult to say everyone didn’t hear about it.
I wanted to be on the safe side. The only reason the Nassau County Police have any interest in me is that my civilian enemies are paying them. They know I don’t do anything illegal.
New York law enforcement sabotaged my startups and web marketing. I’ve been homeless for five years.
I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. I’m making the best of it. I have a storage for clean clothes and a place to shower.
I don’t report situations after the fact, that’s worthless. I report situations before they implode. That’s why I’m not in jail right now.
They have tortured me in ways I’m not even going to include in this document, as much as I would like to.
I graduated from Hewlett Highschool in 1994. My date of birth is 08/15/1976.
I mention a little bit about what’s going on between the New York City Government and myself too but that is just as a point of reference. I understand that this is a notice of claim to sue the Nassau County Police Department.
I would like to include something more important than anything. I’m not trying to make a bad situation worse. I am going to treat everyone who works for Nassau County with the utmost respect. That includes everyone at the courts, the police, the district attorney, etc.
The only reason I argued on the phone with Nassau County Police Headquarters operators and Nassau County 911 operators is that I was being viciously harassed while I was calling. When I called, all they did was try to pick fights with me on the phone to divert attention away from the fact that they are covering up crimes. I never made anything even close to a threat to them.
I’m going to go above and beyond to treat everyone who works for Nassau County with the utmost respect regardless of how they treat me.
I’m dealing with a unique situation with individuals (my civilian enemies) who have millions of dollars and spend a fortune paying the worst of the worst New York law enforcement to terrorize myself and others. That includes the NCPD.
I’m not going to turn around and disrespect someone who works for Nassau County. I’m going to be polite and sue.
I interact with the government and police in New York City all the time, and I’m friendly and respectful to them. For example, I’m on the Dean’s List at The City University of New York. I’m on HRA public assistance in New York City. I always treat everyone at HRA with the utmost respect at all times. Even when New York law enforcement orders HRA (the welfare office in New York City) to throw my paperwork in the garbage and I have to keep going back five times to deliver one piece of paper.
Every time I wait in line at The Waverly Center in New York City on West 14th Street, New York law enforcement has drug dealers, and drug addicts pose for pictures around me, pretend they are with me, pretend they are handing me things, and blow weed smoke in my face so I can’t study for school.
They have girls in spandex and short shirts play made you look with me and try to get me in trouble for leering.
If anyone doesn’t believe this goes on, merely Google what members of New York law enforcement have recently been arrested for in a job where it’s almost impossible to get in trouble.
I know the people at The Waverly Job Center on West 14th Street in New York City have no choice but to do what they are told by law enforcement. I treat everyone at the USPS with the utmost respect. The list goes on.
I’m going to try and obtain the police reports I was supposedly issued from the NYPD to show how many times I’ve been robbed. Also, there have been times when I was robbed in New York City and the NYPD refused to create a police report. Then I report the exact time and date to NYPD internal affairs.