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People I know paid NYC law enforcement to sabotage my web marketing service and make me homeless.
The NYC welfare office, New York City Human Resources Administration, pays $50 per month for me to have a storage room. I use some of my Baruch College student loans to pay for a gym membership so I can shower.
If you saw me, you would not think I was homeless.
I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. I have all my vaccines, and recently I’ve been tested for HIV and many other things.
I do everything I can to stay on top of my health. I also have a primary care doctor and dentist paid for by the government.
Disclaimers: This is all my opinion. I’m not a doctor. I’m not an attorney. Use this information at your own risk. All information is subject to change. If you have an emergency call 911.
People I know pay NYC law enforcement to viciously harass me. They are trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College, my gym, my storage place, and everywhere else I go.
If you Google the word > cointelpro > you will see many of the tactics NYC law enforcement is using.
NYC law enforcement has declared war on me. They spend money like it’s water. If the taxpayers saw how NYC law enforcement is spending some of their budget, people would never look at the government the same again.
For example, NYC law enforcement pays girls in their teens and twenties to crash into me, shove their phones in my face, and act like they are fighting for their life. If anyone doesn’t believe me, get someone from the government to pull the security video from where I’ve been around the city for the past few months, and you will see it happen hundreds of times.
I have reported NYC law enforcement thousands of times to hundreds of government agencies nationwide. NYC law enforcement can care less.
I was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor last year. The charge was eventually knocked down to a violation. If anyone looks at the evidence from the case, they would see the corruption of the criminal court system.
I’m not an attorney. In my opinion, the district attorney’s office knew I was innocent and could care less. The DA was ready to fry me at the request of law enforcement.
The public defenders were purposely trying to sabotage my case. I took a bench or judge trial. In my humble opinion, the jury would side with the government instead of a street homeless person.
Here are the scams NYC law enforcement is using to try and get me kicked out of my gym.
New York City law enforcement has a budget in the billions of dollars per year. In my opinion, NYC law enforcement uses part of their money to hire thousands of people that don’t officially work for them.
For example, these are people that have another job outside of working for law enforcement or the government. Therefore, New York City law enforcement can use these individuals as witnesses.
I call the unofficial members of New York City law enforcement the lie and scam team. In my opinion, their job is to lie and help New York City law enforcement run scams.
It’s amazing to me how NYC law enforcement is so good at taking a good person and getting them to go along with the lies, scams, and sabotage. Of course, the new scammers are getting paid. Still, if you saw how viciously they harass me, you might be surprised at who you see doing it.
NYC law enforcement has perfected harassing people in front of everyone while going undetected.
NYC law enforcement will have their scam team harassing me in the street, a store, the subway in front of thousands of people and no one will realize.
For example, NYC law enforcement will have their scam team cut me off, crash into me, and shove their phones in my face and no one will see what’s happening.
NYC law enforcement has their scam team follow me around in the subway and take pictures of me when I’m sleeping.
NYC law enforcement will then have a thousand witnesses go to my gyms and say they are scared because a homeless person belongs to their gym.
I wear a mask the entire time I’m at the gym. I wear black sweatpants, a black jacket, and black shoes. I’m not exactly sure how they are going to lie and say they recognize me but I’m sure they will. I also wear a mask the whole time I’m in the subway.
If you live in the city please take a look at a picture of me on social media. Have you seen me sleeping in a chair on a NYC subway platform?
New York City law enforcement’s lie and scam team are claiming they have.
New York City law enforcement and their scam team stole my cell phone four times in the past two months. I will have another new phone in a day or two.
When I have my phone, I take pictures of videos of myself every day to prove I look clean because I know NYC law enforcement and their scam team are plotting to take everyone from me with their lies.
Another scam NYC law enforcement runs on me at the gym is they throw garbage and towels all over the place and say it’s me. I was just at the gym taking a shower. When I walked back to the lockers, several locker doors were open and there were towels all over the floor. There was also papers and garbage on the floor.
The second I saw the mess in the locker room I knew it was cointelpro time. I closed all the locker doors and picked up the dirty towels and put them in the towel bin.
I always treat the front desk staff at the gym with the utmost respect at all times. I keep to myself for the most part due to the dire situation I’m dealing with.
I shower at least once per day. I wash my clothes all the time. It literally costs me three dollars to four dollars to wash and dry my clothes in Queens, New York, just outside Manhattan.
I never speak with any of the members of the gym. I keep to myself.
In my opinion, the MTA staff is keeping the NYC subways and platforms as clean as realistically possible. I’m not dirty. NYC law enforcement are a bunch of liars.
I’m always polite with patrol police officers, even when they try and run scams on me. I suspect the NYC law enforcement members that people I know are paying to sabotage me are high level and above having to interact with the public.