Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division: Second Judicial Department GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE COMPLAINT about the Nassau County District Attorney.


Greetings New York Courts,

First and foremost, I treat everyone at the New York Courts, Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Police, Nassau County Legal Aid, etc., with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. I’m not trying to make a bad situation worse. 

Attached to this email is my LaGuardia Community College / The City University of New York college transcript. I was there for a year and I just transferred to Baruch College. 

I have a 3.975 GPA after 12 classes and 36 credits. I’m on the Dean’s List. 

I turned over my Chase Bank records to the Nassau County District Attorney. I never touch cash except to do my laundry. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. Not 1 penny was spent on alcohol, etc. 

I turned over my college transcript to the Nassau County District Attorney. I have an A average. 

I turned over my T Mobile phone records to the Nassau County District Attorney without them asking. 

I don’t have any criminal record. I’m 44 years old. My birthday is August 15, 1976. 

Why is the Nassau County District Attorney demanding a mental evaluation? 

I was arrested at the Jericho Public Library while studying for school. I did what I was told from the minute I was arrested until the time I was released. I didn’t resist arrest at all. It’s all on security video. 

I wasn’t disrespectful to anyone at the court or the police. 

On what grounds are they demanding a mental evaluation? What did I do? 

The Nassau County District Attorney NCDA is threatening “Cease & Desist” telling me to stop sending them evidence. 

If the NCDA is trying a case, wouldn’t they want as much evidence as possible? 

I’ve already disproven this case with the evidence I sent. I’m using the skills I learned at CUNY to win this case. 

The NCPD and NCDA want me to throw away 99% of the evidence in this case. They are going to take 1% and spin it into a conviction. That’s why they are telling me to stop sending all the evidence about what happened. 

I am being concise, professional, and respectful. I don’t take any of this personally. I know the NCPD is forcing this case on the NCDA. The NCDA doesn’t want this case. 

The NCPD doesn’t want this case either but people I know are paying a few of them so they have no choice. 

Whose interests are being represented with this type of behavior? What threat am I to the community or anyone? What threat have I ever been? 

I was calling the NCPD to report that I was being harassed. There are phone calls when the staff at Nassau County Police Headquarters threatened me and tore me to shreds on the phone. 

If those calls get out I’m famous. They will go viral on YouTube and social media. Even if it’s only tens of thousands of views, I’ll be locally famous. 

My public defender told me it’s the law that the Nassau County District Attorney has to share all the calls with me. There is no way they are going to send me MP3s of the Nassau County Police Headquarters staff yelling at me and threatening me on the phone. Acting totally unprofessional. 

My question is, what is their plan? I sent my phone records so they can’t say the calls weren’t made. 

The Nassau County Police Department never investigated any of the crimes I reported. I sent them rock-solid evidence of crimes with credible witnesses. You will see it in the next email.  

Police officers from the Nassau County Police Precinct 6 told me to stop calling Nassau County 911 and Nassau County Police Headquarters 5 days before my arrest. 

I never called since. 

Why was I then arrested? 

I’m going to send you another email right after this that I just sent to the NCDA. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I always treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. That includes staff, professors, and students. Treating people respectfully is more important than anything. 

I love The City University of New York.

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Mark Pine

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