Opinion: Email to the Hudson County Sheriff and Prosecutor about New York City law enforcement forwarding my NYPD 911 calls to New Jersey 911.


Greetings Hudson County Sheriff’s Office, 

First and foremost, thank you for the work you do keeping everyone safe. 

I would not have the guts to do half the work you do. 

For example, breaking up fights, pulling people over, and showing up to apartments with disturbances. 

The government should double or triple all of your salaries and provide discount housing in prime locations. 

I called NYPD 911 from inside Manhattan, New York City, and I suspect the call(s) were forwarded to New Jersey 911. 

The reason I suspect the NYPD 911 call was forwarded to New Jersey 911 is that I received a call back from 201 601 8404. 

I would never call 911 from inside New Jersey. 

I would never call the police from inside New Jersey. 

I call NYPD 911 all the time when law enforcement and their regular clothes civilian lie and scam harass me in New York City. 

When law enforcement harasses me in New York City, I call NYPD 911 with the volume down so I can’t hear the people that work for NYPD 911 talking. 

I suspect it was then that law enforcement somehow forwarded my NYPD 911 call to New Jersey 911. 

Why do I call NYPD 911 with the volume down so I can’t hear the NYPD 911 operators? 

Because when law enforcement harasses me, and I call NYPD 911, it documents my location inside of New York City, time, date, etc. 

Furthermore, the NYPD 911 operators harass me on the phone when I call. 

Additionally, let’s say New York City law enforcement has members of their civilian lie and scam team harassing me. 

If I start calling NYPD 911, they will be more cautious compared with if I don’t call NYPD 911. 

I don’t care what the circumstances are, I would never call New Jersey 911 or the New Jersey Police. 

I would never call New Jersey 911 or the New Jersey Police under any circumstances. 

If, for some reason, I need to speak with the New Jersey Police, I would visit a precinct in person. 

If anyone wants to look up some of the scams that law enforcement runs on me, they can view them by looking up lawsuits.

I’m a pro se plaintiff. I’m not an attorney.  

Mark Pine Vs The City University of New York (CUNY). 

Law enforcement is running one scam after the next on me at CUNY and everywhere else. 

I’m respectful when I speak with patrol cops in person. 

I just grew up with rich people that have been paying law enforcement to run scams and harass people for decades, and we all know that the FBI and Police don’t have any oversight at all. 

The FBI doesn’t even pretend to have oversight. 

The Police have internal affairs, and we all know what that is. 

I spend the majority of my days in Manhattan, New York City. 

Every once in a while, I visit New Jersey during the day on the Path train. 

That is why law enforcement is forwarding my NYPD 911 calls to New Jersey 911, so they can try to get me arrested in a much stricter jurisdiction (New Jersey) than New York City.

There are other reasons, but I don’t feel like writing anymore. 

I respect when law enforcement helps people and keeps people safe. 

I don’t respect the scams. 

We all know that the majority of civilians don’t stand a chance against law enforcement’s scams. 

The only reason I survived is because I grew up breathing the same air as several people that pay law enforcement to run scams. 

Law enforcement has people try to pick fights with me. 

Law enforcement has women try to hook up with me. 

Law enforcement has women try to set me up as a stalker. 

Plus much more. 

I know law enforcement are a bunch of angels and they would never do that. 

Once I was charged with a misdemeanor. 

I took a judge trial instead of a jury trial.

We all know that when law enforcement really wants someone, that jury isn’t siding with me. 

I represented myself instead of having the public defender purposely sabotage my case. 

I know, of course, they would never do that. 

Most public defenders are stellar, just mine wasn’t. 

I don’t want a class action defamation case from all public defenders. 

I was arrested for calling the Police (NCPD Headquarters) and 911 in Nassau County, Long Island, New York. 

The charge was lowered to a violation. 

Needless to say, I’m not going back to Nassau County anytime soon, if ever. 

I’m not stupid enough to make the same mistake twice in New Jersey. 

That is why law enforcement is forwarding my NYPD 911 calls to New Jersey 911 to try and get me in trouble. 

I’m still coming out there because I like the Newport area. 

I don’t care if someone throws a grenade at me, I’m not calling New Jersey 911 or the Police. 

I have no idea who is really in charge of law enforcement.

I know for sure it’s not anyone with the rank of police officer, detective, lieutenant, sergeant, captain, even commissioner, etc.

That’s why I don’t take any of this personally.  

I think the government is very cheap with the salaries of all of its employees. 

I think you all deserve more. 

I now realize that anytime I’m close to the water in Manhattan on the Westside that law enforcement might continue to try and forward my NYPD 911 calls to New Jersey 911. 

I used my EBT, SNAP card at CVS on West 23 St in Manhattan after I got back from Newport, Jersey City today before the NYPD 911 calls that were forwarded to New Jersey 911. 

I also called New York City 311. 

I’m going to upload this email as an exhibit into a court case right now as an example of how law enforcement is running scams on me and forwarding NYPD 911 calls to New Jersey 911 to try and get me in trouble.  

I’m not giving up. 

One day I’m going to make money and hire the right attorneys, etc., so it’s not so easy for law enforcement to harass me. 

In the meantime, I’m making the best of the situation. 

I have a 3.8 GPA at Baruch College right now. 

I’m a journalism major/BLS minor. 

I’m a junior. 

I don’t have a criminal record. 

I don’t do anything illegal. 

I’m 46 years old. 

Everything is tracked. 

For example, debit cards, phone, etc.

In my opinion, law enforcement are the only people that can get away with crime. 

I don’t do anything illegal. 

For example, people don’t realize that even if someone gets away with a crime, they will get busted spending the cash. 

I don’t think I have to explain that one to you. 

You know what I mean. 

People I know have been paying law enforcement and getting away with it for decades. 

I turned all of their names over to New York City law enforcement, and they can care less.  

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