Opinion: NYC law enforcement is down to their last lie and scam to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College. 


The final scam NYC law enforcement is trying to use to have me kicked out of Baruch College is the “he had an outburst at school scam.” 

It’s exactly like the movie “Tango and Cash” from 1989. In the movie, people take audio out of context and edit it to get Tango and Cash in trouble. 

People I know have been paying NYC law enforcement to harass me for years. NYC law enforcement has their scam team shove their phones in my face, crash into me, spit in my face, sneeze in my face, cough in my face, and cut me off, while shoving their phones in my face.

I take the abuse because I have no choice. The only thing I know I can do is call and report NYC law enforcement to various government agencies. 

NYC law enforcement is planning on taking the audio of me reporting them outside of school, along with videos of their scam team shoving their phones in my face over and over, and saying the whole thing happened at Baruch College. 

NYC law enforcement will have so many witnesses to back up their lies, it’s not even funny. NYC law enforcement has thousands of people unofficially working for them exactly for situations like this. NYC law enforcement has people whose job it is to serve as witnesses and lie. 

NYC law enforcement has been harassing me for years. I am more than happy to share my phone and bank records with anyone who works for the US government. They can match the locations where I’ve been to security cameras around Manhattan. They will see NYC law enforcement’s regular clothes hate/lie/scam team harassing me hundreds of times in stores, the street, and the subway. 

I never mention a word about the police harassing me to anyone at Baruch College. I’m respectful to the staff, security, and professors at Baruch College. 

Anytime I interact with anyone at Baruch College I only talk about school, I’m respectful and professional. 

I keep to myself in regards to students. The only time I speak with students is in mandatory student groups which are very rare. When I speak with students I only talk about school and I’m respectful and professional. 

People I know pay NYC law enforcement to harass me several times per day. I have reported NYC law enforcement to hundreds of government agencies and I’m still being harassed. 

The agencies I’ve reported NYC law enforcement for taking money under the table to harass me include the US Attorney Southern District’s office, Manhattan District Attorney’s office, NYPD Internal Affairs, Civilian Complaint Review Board, Department of Investigations, and hundreds of others. 

NYC law enforcement knows I have contacted hundreds of government agencies thousands of times to report them for harassing me. 

NYC law enforcement is desperately trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College. I mentioned it to one of the executives at Baruch College and was told there is nothing that Baruch College or CUNY can do to help me. Therefore I dropped it. I never mention a word about NYC law enforcement harassing me to anyone at 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.

If you have an emergency call 911. This is my opinion. Use this information at your own risk. 

I have no idea if it’s legal or not but in my spare time, I call random companies and organzations that I find on Google and leave them voice mail messages. I keep track of who I call so I only leave one message for each company or organization. 

I’ll call companies at night and leave a message on their voice mail. I’ll say, “Hi my name is Mark Pine. Allegedly people I know are paying New York City law enforcement to harass me. I’ve contacted several government agencies and they aren’t helping me. If anyone has any ideas please let me know. I keep track of every company I call so I’ll only leave this one message.”

I have three days left at Baruch College until the end of the semester. I already finished all the work for one of my classes. I have the majority of the work done for the remaining three classes I’m taking. 

I’m literally walking on eggshells. I’m being as cautious as humanly possible. I’m treating everyone with the utmost respect. I’m barely talking at all unless a Baruch College staff member or professor speaks with me. 

I just found out for some reason I’m about to get a direct deposit next week from Baruch College for about $1,000. 

Then in February and March of 2022, I’m going to receive about $7,000 from Baruch College student loans in my bank account to take care of necessities. 

Not bad for a street homeless person that’s been on welfare for the past five years. 

New York City law enforcement is gearing up to claim that for some reason “He’s going to throw that all away to have an outburst in class.” 

I have no criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t do anything illegal.

When NYC law enforcement has students they are connected with cut me off, crash into me, and shove their phones in my face, I ignore them and don’t say a word. I don’t report it, I just ignore them. 

I can care less about grades. I just want to pass. When I try and study, NYC law enforcement has their scam team sneak up on me and blow vape and other types of smoke in my face. They have done that hundreds of times. 

I’m always respectful to the NYPD when I see them in person. My civilian enemies that pay NYC law enforcement to torture me aren’t paying cops that are interacting with the public. My civilian enemies are paying high-ranking law enforcement that are running scams behind the scenes. 

NYC law enforcement also has girls follow me around and pretend they are under attack and fighting for their life with people all over the place, security cameras, and NYC law enforcement supervising. 

I’m not saying that NYC law enforcement doesn’t keep us safe because they do to some extent. I’m saying that in my opinion, keeping us safe doesn’t excuse this type of behavior. Also, in my opinion, the CCRB, IA, and DOI should be completely revamped. 

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Mark Pine

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