Opinion: Update about my experience at The City University of New York 4/3/2023.



The semester, Spring 2023, has one month left after Spring Break. 

I’m done with the majority of my work for all my classes. 

I’m going to get as much work as possible done during Spring Break too. 

I was providing web marketing services for people, minding my own business. 

People I know paid law enforcement and still pay them to chase away my clients and try to take everything from me. 

That’s why I went to college at 46 years old. 

I have been living in the street homeless for 7 years with law enforcement harassing me. 

I don’t drink. I don’t do drugs. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t date. 

NYC law enforcement runs one scam after the next on me at Baruch College. 

It’s daily abuse. 

I just keep my mouth closed. 

I take the abuse at Baruch College and just play along. 

It’s what I’ve been doing for the past 3 years. 

I don’t care if someone from Baruch College, student, staff, professor, etc. pours a can of paint on my head, throws all my belongings out the window, etc., I can care less. 

I’m less than 10 classes away from graduation. 

My GPA this semester is going to be between 2.1 and up. 

I don’t care what my GPA is. 

It’s a miracle that I’m able to go to school without any money. 

Law enforcement has Baruch College staff, professors, and students running one scam after the next on me at Baruch College. 

I just play along.

I’m polite and respectful to everyone. 

When Baruch College students harass me I just ignore them. 

When Baruch College staff and professors run scams on me I just respond respectfully and politely. 

I don’t blame anyone for running scams on me on behalf of law enforcement. 

It can’t be denied that I’m 1 degree of separation away from many powerful members of law enforcement in New York and other states. 

I’m making the best of it. 

I don’t care what happens or how disrespectfully I’m treated at Baruch College, I’m just going to continue to take the abuse and graduate. 

Law enforcement sends one person after the next to try and pick fights with me at Baruch College and everywhere else I go. 

Law enforcement also sends me ridiculous emails from people at Baruch College trying to pick fights with me. 

I just play along and respond politely and respectfully. 

Law enforcement had a few Baruch College female students try and seduce me or hook up with me at Baruch College and outside Baruch College. 

I just ignored them.

The only option I have is to ignore all the scams NYC law enforcement keeps sending at me. 

That’s what I’ve been doing and that’s what I will continue to do. 

I never mention a word about law enforcement or anything of this nature to anyone at Baruch College. 

If it wasn’t for the New York Courts — law enforcement would have had me tossed out of Baruch College. 

The only reason I’m still able to get an education at The City University of New York is thanks to the New York Courts. 

CUNY is great just not when law enforcement is running around behind the scenes running their usual tricks and scams. 

Law enforcement also runs the same scams on me at HRA and other government agencies too. 

I still treat everyone at HRA with the utmost respect at all times. They saved my life. 

I would have starved to death if it wasn’t for HRA. 

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