Opinion: Email to NYC HRA about NYC law enforcement trying to sabotage me on January 13, 2022.


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Greetings New York City Human Resources Administration Commissioner, 

First and foremost I always treat everyone at New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA) with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. 

I understand that everyone at HRA is doing their best. 

HRA saved my life after people I know paid NYC law enforcement (NYPD, etc.) to sabotage my web marketing business and run me into the ground. 

NYC law enforcement tried to have me locked up. That didn’t work although NYC law enforcement was easily able to make me homeless. 

My web marketing clients appreciated my services but not enough to deal with the drama from NYC law enforcement. 

If it wasn’t for HRA I would have starved to death. I can’t thank you enough for feeding me and helping me pay some bills to keep me functioning on some level. 

I can’t go to soup kitchens because NYC law enforcement is friends with some of the kitchens. Some, not all, NYC soup kitchens allow NYC law enforcement to sabotage the food of people that NYC law enforcement doesn’t like. I’m not trying to figure out which ones are which. I’ve seen NYC law enforcement and their regular clothes lie and scam team messing around with the food with my own eyes at multiple soup kitchens plus I’ve eaten the tainted food. 

Here are the reasons for my inquiry to you right now: 

1. I receive $33 every Monday on my HRA public assistance card to purchase a MetroCard. On Monday, December 27, 2021, and every Monday since I haven’t received the money to purchase the MetroCard. 

With the generous way that the federal government has been supporting poor people such as myself, I would be surprised if the federal government is telling HRA to stop paying for people’s MetroCards during a short recess from school. Especially for the individuals that are already signed up for the following semester. 

What I think is going on is NYC law enforcement is up to their usual tricks and scams. I suspect that NYC law enforcement told HRA to stop paying for MetroCards during the break so they can provide MetroCards to all the people who are affiliated with them and they can block people that NYC enforcement doesn’t like such as me from receiving MetroCard money. 

I am respectfully requesting to be reimbursed for the MetroCards I’ve had to buy for the past few weeks. Every MetroCard I’ve purchased was either with my HRA card or my debit card so I can easily prove the MetroCards were purchased. 

2. The next reason I would like to speak to someone from HRA either in person, via email, or on the phone is about the possibility that NYC law enforcement will get me thrown out of Baruch College CUNY. 

I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t date. Anytime I interact with anyone at Baruch College I only talk about school and I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. 

Needless to say, it doesn’t matter what I do. People I know pay New York City law enforcement to sabotage me and harass me. 

The bar is so low for NYC law enforcement to sabotage me it’s not even funny. Realistically, what am I going to do? All I can do is sue and New York City has the best legal information money can buy and I’m homeless and on welfare. 

Let me give you a quick example of how I suspect NYC law enforcement is going to try to have me kicked out of Baruch College. 

1. NYC law enforcement will pair me up with a woman or several women in my classes at Baruch College. Then NYC law enforcement will make everyone share all their personal information. For example, full name, email, phone number, etc. Then NYC law enforcement will remotely access my phone or laptop or both or wait until I’m sleeping and look the woman/women from school up from my devices. Then NYC law enforcement will send messages to the women through social media, email, etc. that are totally inappropriate. I would never speak with any student, female or male, outside of school or in school unless it’s mandatory for a class. Anytime I have to interact with students when it’s mandatory I only talk about school and I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. NYC law enforcement has taken all the fun out of college for me. I respectfully keep to myself in regards to students at my college. I’m a people person. I enjoy meeting people. Under the circumstances, I find it best to keep to myself at Baruch College. If you look at my social media, almost every post is NYC law enforcement will not stop harassing me please help. I don’t think it would be appropriate to speak with students, professors, staff, or anyone at Baruch College about NYC law enforcement harassing me. 

2. NYC law enforcement will have a professor assign some type of out loud reading in front of the whole class. The reading will get me to say some crazy things that I would never say that are totally inappropriate. It’s already happened and I respectfully declined. Now NYC law enforcement is forcing me into situations where I have to follow their instructions. It’s well documented that law enforcement uses these types of scams. Then the professor will say she/he never assigned me to say the crazy things they made me say. The whole entire class, professor, everyone will say they are terrified of me, and no one is coming back to school until I’m gone. 

3. NYC law enforcement will have students who unofficially work for them “off the record” crash into me, cut me off, and shove their phones in my face, on and off-campus. Then the students will say Mark Pine is stalking me, picking fights with me, Mark Pine is a menace, etc. 

4. NYC law enforcement will have a professor talk about a controversial topic. Then NYC law enforcement will get the professor and the whole class to lie and say I had some type of outburst. Then NYC law enforcement will edit some of the audio of me arguing with NYC law enforcement on the phone while NYC law enforcement was attacking me and say the audio was directed towards students, staff, and professors at Baruch College CUNY. 

I’m doing everything I can legally to try and hold on at Baruch College. The reality of the situation is that there is a small chance that NYC law enforcement will succeed in their pursuit of having me kicked out of Baruch College. 

If NYC law enforcement succeeds in having me kicked out of Baruch College I will be back in the welfare job program. 

I’m not naming names because I don’t want to be sued for defamation. Let’s just say that I suspect NYC law enforcement has complete control over me when I’m in the welfare job program. Also, NYC law enforcement visits any company that is thinking about hiring me and tells the companies not to hire me. 

Also, without naming names, NYC law enforcement has staff at the welfare job center and other “clients” like me harassing and teasing me every day at the welfare job program. 

Before I was at Baruch College I would have loved a job making around $400 per week after taxes working 30 to 40 hours per week. I’m working 80 to 100 hours per week between my work at Baruch College and dealing with one disaster after the next that NYC law enforcement creates for me on a daily basis. 

I would like to know how can HRA try to protect me from NYC law enforcement if by some unfortunate circumstance I end up back in the welfare job program?

It’s very clear that once again, NYC law enforcement has complete control over the welfare job program in regards to blocking someone such as myself from getting help. 

I applied to hundreds if not thousands of jobs while I was in the welfare job program and I was never hired for any of them. I would have been as happy as can be working in the fast-food industry. Unfortunately, no one would hire me. 

My goal is to graduate from Baruch College so hopefully, I won’t be back in the welfare job program. I’m also trying to figure out how to earn money to get off welfare although anytime I start moving forward NYC law enforcement scares everyone away from doing business with me. 

I have almost no credibility because I’m homeless. The little credibility I can claim is that I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t party, I don’t date, and I don’t have a criminal record. Furthermore, I have a 3.8 GPA at Baruch College/LaGuardia Community College/CUNY after 4 full-time semesters living in the street homeless with NYC law enforcement harassing me the whole time. 

Please provide any feedback you deem appropriate. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

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Mark Pine

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