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Opinion: NYC law enforcement has the NYPD 911 operators whisper when I call to harass me.

People I know pay members of New York City law enforcement to harass me every day.

I call NYPD 911 everyday when the police send people in plain clothes to tease me, harass me, shove their phones in my face, attack me, cut me off, and crash into me.

I contacted the Civilian Complaint Review Board, the Department of Investigations, Internal Affairs, and many others. They aren’t helping me.

If you have an emergency call 911. This is my experience, hopefully it won’t be yours.

When I call NYPD 911, the NYPD has the 911 operators harass me on the phone.

  1. The NYPD 911 operators yell hello and sir so I can’t report what the police are doing to me.
  2. The NYPD has the 911 operators whisper when they pick up the phone to harass me. I say to the NYPD 911 operators, why are you whispering on a recorded law enforcement phone call? Are the police telling you to harass me? NYC law enforcement is going to turn around and say the audio of me asking why the NYPD 911 operators are whispering was directed to people at Baruch College.
  3. The NYPD has people that work for Baruch College and CUNY pick up NYPD 911 and pretend they are 911 operators. Then they try and pick fights with me on the phone so they can say the call happened at school.

I’m under attack from New York City law enforcement.

They have threated to murder me with drugs.

They use incapacitating agents on me and cut me when I’m sleeping. They especially like to cut my arms, hands, and feet.

NYC law enforcement is trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College.

NYC law enforcement is friends with a lot of people at Baruch College and The City University of New York. I suspect in addition to the audio scams, NYC law enforcement is going to try and get a few people at Baruch College to lie and say we have some chance encounter somewhere in the city and I did something bad.

By Mark Pine

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