I emailed the Nassau County District Attorney my phone records.


Greetings Nassau County District Attorney,

Case No: 2020CR364503

Attached is a zip file with my T Mobile phone records. If you would like for me to resend the phone records any other way that is more convenient please let me know. I might send the phone records one by one, eight PDF’s total, just to be safe. 

I’m also going to share my Chase Bank records as well so the court, the Nassau County District Attorney, etc. can see how squeaky clean I live. No drinking. No partying. I almost never touch cash so every penny I spend is tracked. 

As you know I have a 3.975 GPA after 36 credits at The City University of New York. 

The 917-815-5415 phone number is the only one I have. 

I think it’s only fair if my Nassau County Legal Aid attorney and myself are provided access to all the call recordings. Including the calls I made to the Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Police Headquarters, the Nassau County Executive, Nassau County 911, and Nassau County Internal Affairs. 

I was calling to report that rich people I grew up with on Long Island pay New York law enforcement (NYPD, NCPD, SCPD) to viciously harass me. Personally, I believe it’s fair to say that New York law enforcement tortures me. 

I have not called Nassau County Headquarters, Nassau County 911, or Nassau County Internal Affairs since 5 days before my arrest. 

I still call NYPD 911, the FBI, and other law enforcement when the police and their civilian team tease, harass, attack, and rob me.

Moreover, please let me know what I should do or who I should contact when I’m in Nassau County and the Nassau County Police Department and their civilian team harass me because they are still doing it. 

Looking at the phone records it’s clear how many times I called the Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Internal Affairs, Nassau County Police Headquarters, Nassau County Executive, and the Nassau County Police Precincts. 

What isn’t clear is how many times I called Nassau County 911. The reason is that when I call 911 it doesn’t show my location. Some of the 911 calls were made outside of Nassau County. Only the Nassau County Police Department has access to that information. 

As I stated before, I called all the Nassau County law enforcement numbers over 1,000 times combined. 

When the Nassau County Police Department sends their civilian team to pick fights with me I pick up the phone and report it. Hopefully, one day someone can investigate my case because no one has. Furthermore, the Nassau County Police Department knows I’m telling the truth. 

Anyone I interact with at the courts (criminal and civil), and anyone else who works for Nassau County I will treat with the utmost respect. The only people I blame for this situation are the civilians I know who pay New York law enforcement to torture people including myself. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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Mark Pine

New York City startups, web marketing, and Baruch College journalism major. 917-815-5415 social@markpine.com