Opinion: Email to the New York City Comptroller’s Office about suing the NYPD on May 26, 2022.


May 26, 2022 

50-H HEARING PINE, MARK BLA# 2021PI035531 


Greetings NYC Comptroller’s Office, 

Thank you for all your help and for allowing me the opportunity to try and seek justice. I can only imagine how many New Yorkers you service and support. 

All the attorneys you connect me with are respectful and your team on the 12 floor is always as helpful as humanly possible. 

Most NYC government agencies run and hide when I mention that NYC law enforcement is being paid by people I know to harass me (ie … just kidding). 

First and foremost I always treat everyone at the NYC Comptroller’s Office, the New York Courts, One Centre Street, the attorneys you connect me with, etc. with the utmost respect at all times. 

Treating people respectfully is more important than anything. 

Without respect we have nothing. 

I can care less if someone pours a can of paint over my head, I will treat everyone connected to the courts and NYC Comptrollers Office with the utmost respect no matter what. 

It is a major priority of mine to keep on excellent terms with the NYC Comptroller’s Office as it is a very valuable resource. 

I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. Therefore NYC law enforcement runs around the city telling people to lie and say Mark Pine is rude.

I’m 45 years old with no criminal record at all. 

If the lawsuit about the NYPD 17 Precinct is back too late I’ll start over. 

I was in the emergency room of several hospitals at least 10 times since I filed the Notice of Claim. If that helps me please let me know. If not it’s no big deal. 

If you need me to turn over documents from the hospitals I can easily drop them off. 

If we can keep moving with the NYPD 17 Precinct lawsuit that is great, I’m dropping off the paperwork today or tomorrow. 

If it’s too late it’s no big deal. I’ll start over with a new Notice of Claim. 

The NYPD harasses me every day so I can easily create a new Notice of Claim with a new incident and Notice of Claim.

I treat the attorneys and court reporters you connect me with the same way I would treat the Governor of New York if I met her. With the absolute utmost respect humanly possible.

I can care less if NYC law enforcement sabotages my every move from now until the end of time. I’ll keep treating everyone respectfully and doing my best to receive justice. 

I’m a pro se litigant. 

The attorney you connected me with gave me an errata sheet and the transcript. 

I’m not sure where to have the errata sheet notarized. 

The only place I see to have anything notarized is on the transcript. I’m not sure if I’m supposed to notarize the transcript or notarize the errata sheet. 

I’m going to ask the court clerk to notarize the errata sheet because the transcript needed a few key updates. 

If the court clerk at 60 Centre Street, NYC says no I’m going to drop all this off unnotarized and if I have to start over it’s no big deal. 

I have the best and most understanding attitude that is humanly possible. 

I understand life isn’t perfect therefore I make the best of all situations aka the cards I’m dealt. 

Please advise with any feedback you can. 

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