Opinion: NYC law enforcement are running audio scams on me and threatening to murder me with drugs.


Greetings law enforcement oversight,

The NYPD runs the same scams on me at Baruch College, supermarkets, stores, and everywhere else. 

I’m not a lawyer. 

This is what I believe the situation is. 

I’m located in New York City. 

I think people are allowed to secretly audio record conversations they are a part of.

I think the rule is that people aren’t allowed to record conversations that they are not a part of or eavesdropping if that is the term. 

Law enforcement sends one woman and man after the next at me to harass me. 

Then law enforcement has 300 witnesses that work for law enforcement say “Mark Pine was rude, let’s ban him from buying food at supermarkets, kick him out of Baruch College and everywhere else.”

Today I was waiting in line for the bathroom at a supermarket in Queens, New York. 

I’m not saying the name because I don’t want to be sued for defamation. 

I plan on entering the food business one day.

Of course law enforcement has women and men in regular clothes harassing me in the supermarket. 

Then I try to go to the bathroom and 7 or 8 of the people that worked for the supermarket ran in line in front of me. 

I didn’t see if they were rubbing their heads, pointing, coughing, jogging in place, and shoving their phones in my face—I didn’t look.

That’s what they do in my Baruch College classes, in the subway, etc.

I was patiently waiting my turn to use the bathroom. 

Then law enforcement starts running the “are you in line scam on me.”

A woman that worked at the supermarket walks up to me in line and asked “are you in line for the bathroom?’ as I was standing in line outside of the bathroom. 

I pretended that I didn’t hear the person so she cut me in line. 

Then after about 7 or 8 people that worked for the supermarket went to the bathroom, the security guard walked over. 

I immediately assumed he was there for the next scam that law enforcement would have him run on me so I hit audio record on my phone. 

Immediately 2 or 3 people that work at the supermarket walk over and start having a loud conversation right next to me to get me to stop recording—eavesdropping.

Then the last person walks out and I start walking to the bathroom. 

The security guard cuts me in line and starts walking to the bathroom. 

I immediately turned my audio recorder back on. 

I said excuse me I am in line. 

The security guard started saying he didn’t see me in line. 

Then another staff member walked over and the security guard said I was being rude to him. 

I showed the security guard my phone’s screen with the audio recorder and he stopped saying that I was rude. 

I went to the bathroom and that was it. 

On another note:

I don’t drink. I don’t do drugs.

I’m not that deep of a sleeper.

I don’t have a criminal record at 46. 

I wake up with cuts on my arms all the time. 

I’m living in the street homeless.

Then law enforcement has their female and male lie and scam team follow me around and motion that they are pretending  to inject themselves. 

I’m going to be honest I think law enforcement is trying to get me kicked out of every place so I can’t use the bathrooms anywhere and they can record me urinating and defecating in the street. 

Also, law enforcement has drug addicts constantly pretend they are with me and handing me things. 

Also, if I ever try to use a public bathroom law enforcement will have drug addicts walk in at the same time as me, put their arms around me like we are together, etc. 

Of course law enforcement runs the exact same scams on me at Baruch College with their automatic As and Bs without doing any school work student team. 

If anyone has any ideas please let me know.

I’m more than happy to hand over my phone and bank records to aid in the investigation. 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