Opinion: On campus and off campus scams at Baruch College—courtesy of law enforcement.


Law enforcement has women and men that go to school and work at Baruch College CUNY harass me off campus. 

Law enforcement can keep throwing one ambush and scam at me after the next because they don’t have any oversight at all. 

For someone that works for the FBI or Police to get in trouble, they have to really try hard. 

Law enforcement is running one scam on me at Baruch College after the next—on and off campus. 

I just keep my mouth closed and mind my own business. 

The big secret with law enforcement is how law enforcement has regular women and men that don’t work for the government at all, running scams and sabotaging people for law enforcement. 

When I walk around Manhattan and New York City law enforcement will have women and men in regular clothes harass me.

For example, the civilians that don’t officially work for law enforcement or the government will shove their phones in my face, crash into me, block me from walking, blow drug smoke in my face, vandalize my property, rob me, point in my face, surround me and start acting like I did something wrong when I’m minding my own business, and much more. 

Sometimes it gets so bad that I will turn on my phone and just hold it normally but with the video recorder on.

This way I can take the footage to a NYPD precinct and they can deny me a police report, then I can go to the NYC Comptroller’s Office and file another Notice of Claim to sue the NYPD (I’m not an attorney).  

Sometimes NYC law enforcement will send people to me that know me and they will ask me to try and cut corners, they will try to get me to commit public assistance fraud, tax fraud, student loan fraud, credit card fraud, etc. 

I say to the people you know that I do everything by the book. 

I don’t care if I’m starving. 

I’m living in the street homeless. 

I still do everything by the book. 

I don’t drink.  

I don’t smoke. 

I don’t party. 

I don’t do anything illegal. 

There are a lot of homeless people like me. 

In my opinion homeless people are here to show everyone else to keep their mouth shut about the government or they can join us. 

The government can easily get a lot of us off the street. 

Instead anytime you hear about homeless people it’s—alcohol, mental health, etc. 

There are a ton of homeless people that just have bad credit and not enough money. 

Then a person that was handed everything will make negative comments about homeless people. 

Personally, I can care less. 

I’m making the best of my situation and trying to elevate. 

Someone can offer me $10,000,000. right now for one of my startup ideas and I will say no if the terms aren’t good. 

I’ve already turned down money from several people for investments into startup ideas and for marketing. 

Law enforcement has people offer me money that won’t help me get off the street.

The money will just mess up my student loans and public assistance (welfare) case. 

People say, that welfare recipients don’t want to work. 

I applied for hundreds of jobs. 

Anyone that wanted to hire me was immediately told by law enforcement not to hire me. 

If you owned a company and real killers that work for law enforcement told you not to help me would you? 

No one wants the drama. 

I can show you receipts from several multi million dollar small businesses that paid me for web marketing. 

When law enforcement told people to stop using me, they understandably dropped me because they didn’t want to deal with the drama.

I’m not saying all my clients. 

Sometimes web marketing clients move on for other reasons. 

I will say law enforcement chased away dozens of my web marketing clients and potential clients that would have generated a lot of money. 

I’m making the best of it. 

Here I am at Baruch College CUNY making the best of the situation.

Law enforcement is running one scam after the next on me at school.

A very nice person that works at Baruch College asked me if I wanted to be introduced to a business contact. 

I politely and respectfully said no. 

I’m not networking, contacting, or interacting with anyone from Baruch College CUNY outside of school. 

There are plenty of people that I can try and do business with that I don’t have to be concerned about them running back to Baruch College CUNY to get me in trouble. 

One advantage for me about being homeless is that almost nothing embarrasses me anymore. 

I’ll pick up the phone and call anyone to try and create a new business contact. 

I don’t need any introductions—-especially from Baruch College CUNY. 

I alway treat everyone at Baruch College CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. 

I don’t care if someone worth $10,000,000,000. would like to do business with me, if I meet them at Baruch College CUNY the answer is no. 

I treat everyone respectfully that goes to Baruch College and that I meet at Baruch College—although I never interact with anyone from Baruch College or that I meet at Baruch College outside of school. 

People that know me can’t believe that I’m about 8 classes away from graduating from Baruch College while living in the street homeless. 

I didn’t get this far by taking chances or participating in risky behavior. 

If I told half the things that law enforcement does to me people wouldn’t believe how sophisticated the ambushes and scams can be. 

I call law enforcements scams—million or billion dollars scams.

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 


People I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass me. 

If anyone has any ideas how I can legally get law enforcement to stop harassing me every day please let me know. 

NYC law enforcement has people that know me send me nasty emails to my Baruch College and personal email trying to pick fights with me. 

I just ignore them or respond respectfully and politely. 

New York City law enforcement has women and men in regular clothes harass me in Manhattan. 

For example, they crash into me and shove their phones in my face. 

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement goes into my email, social media, web accounts, etc., and sabotages the accounts and impersonates me. 

Anyone who even thinks about helping me is contacted by New York City law enforcement and told not to help me or to help NYC law enforcement sabotage me more. 

I don’t have a criminal record. 

I don’t drink. 

I don’t smoke or vape. 

I don’t party. 

I’m a journalism major at Baruch College CUNY in Manhattan, New York City. 

My website, mark pine dot com, is hosted on the WordPress.com platform.

I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times.

That includes staff, professors, security guards, and students.

Treating people at Baruch College and CUNY respectfully is more important than anything.

I never partake in any controversial conversations at Baruch College under any circumstances.

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Mark Pine

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