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


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

I never participate in controversial conversations at Baruch College.

I love Baruch College, LaGuardia Community College, and The City University of New York. 

My goal is to earn a C or D average. Grades are not my priority. I’m at CUNY to learn and elevate my situation.

NYC law enforcement has been viciously harassing me this semester. When I try to study, NYC law enforcement has people sneak up on me and blow smoke or vape smoke in my face. I have been to the emergency room of the hospital so many times this semester I lost count. The number is more than ten times. 

NYC law enforcement has people harass me in the subway, in stores, in the supermarket, on campus at Baruch College, and everywhere else that I go. 

I have reported NYC law enforcement to the US Attorney Southern District, NYPD Internal Affairs, the Civilian Complaint Review Board, the Manhattan District Attorney, the New York State Office of Higher Education, and hundreds of additional government agencies. NYC law enforcement continues to harass me every day. 

One of the top executives at Baruch College told me there is nothing they could do to help with NYC law enforcement torturing me, so I only ask for help outside of school. 

I never mention a word about NYC law enforcement harassing me and trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College to any staff, professors, or students at Baruch College. I keep to myself at Baruch College. When I interact with people at Baruch College I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. I only talk about schoolwork, that’s it. 

NYC law enforcement has people crash into me over and over. NYC law enforcement has people shove their phones in my face, spit in my face, rob me, vandalize my property, and try to pick fights with me every day. 

There are a few scams NYC law enforcement is using to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College right now. NYC law enforcement doesn’t care how obvious it is that they are lying because they know there is nothing I can do about it. 

What can I do? I just filed a notice of claim to sue the NYPD. I’m not a lawyer. I have almost no knowledge about the law. I suspect that the lawsuit is going to take a long time and the odds are against me because I have no money and I don’t know what I’m doing. 

NYC law enforcement has girls crash into me, shove their phones in my face, follow me around, and pretend I’m following them. 

NYC law enforcement has men try and pick fights with me every day. 

One of NYC law enforcement’s favorite scams is to take audio and video out of context and use it to get people in trouble. For example, NYC law enforcement would love to have someone at Baruch College say that I was rude or has some type of outburst. Of course, NYC law enforcement can pay as many witnesses to lie as they feel is necessary. 

NYC law enforcement has billions of dollars. I have never seen any organization flush money down the toilet without getting anything in return as fast as NYC law enforcement. 

In my opinion, the oversight that NYC law enforcement has is not sufficient. 

Before I was at Baruch College I was doing web marketing. NYC law enforcement chased away the majority of my clients. Now I’m homeless and on welfare. I live on less than $15 a day. I’m not sure the exact amount. 

I’m making the best of things and I’m not giving up. The fact remains that $15 per day is a small amount of money. Just because I’m homeless doesn’t mean I don’t have bills. The $15 per day turns into even less when it’s time to buy food. I have about $10 per day or less to buy food. 

Thanks to Baruch College CUNY I’m getting a lot more money to live on. I’m about to get $1,000 grant in a few days that I can spend on living expenses that I’m only receiving because I’m a student at Baruch College CUNY. 

Before I go any further, I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. 

In February and March 2022, I’m about to receive about $7,000 to pay my bills for the year from student loans. 

I have been a college student at LaGuardia Community College and Baruch College for about two years. 

NYC law enforcement is trying to claim that with all the benefits I’m receiving from being a student at Baruch College that I’m going to throw it all away for some reason. 

I’m walking on eggshells at Baruch College. NYC law enforcement is paying students at LaGuardia Community College and Baruch College to harass me. Here are some examples.

  1. A student starts yelling and screaming at me in the middle of a class. I have no idea who the student is and I ignore the person. 
  2. A female student grabs me around the waist in the hallway right next to a security camera. I ran away. 
  3. A student walks up to me, gets about an inch away from me, and starts banging on the table, staring directly at me. 
  4. A student walks up to me and puts her hand on top of my backpack. 

I have no idea who any of the students are. I ignore them all. Sometimes I email a person in charge of the school about it, and other times I don’t do anything. 

I can not imagine how many innocent lives NYC law enforcement has ruined. I suspect it’s a lot of people. I have called every voicemail at the Manhattan District Attorney several times, and they ignore me. 

So basically, if a regular person breaks the law, they will spend a fortune prosecuting the individual.

On the flip side, if I call and say that NYC law enforcement is taking money under the table to torture me for years and try to get me kicked out of Baruch College, the Manhattan District Attorney is nowhere to be found. 

If the families of all the people that the US Attorney Southern District and Manhattan District Attorney have fried saw how those two agencies are ignoring my pleas for help with the rock-solid evidence I’ve sent them, they wouldn’t be happy about it. 

I have the majority of my schoolwork completed for this semester at Baruch College. I’m not mentioning a word about any of this to anyone at Baruch College. 

I have about three weeks left of school and then I have about a month or so off until the beginning of next semester. 

I’m going to use the break to get a head start on studying for the classes I’m taking next semester. 

I treat everyone at Baruch College respectfully. I’m making the best of the situation. NYC law enforcement is torturing me. 

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Mark Pine

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