Opinion: Law enforcement has their civilian lie and scam team running dangerous scams in the street around Baruch College CUNY. 



I said it once; I said it a million times. 

The members of law enforcement that harass me could care less about helping anyone, love to run dangerous scams, and don’t have any oversight at all. 

If they had any oversight, they killed the people and said they killed themselves. 

Law enforcement pays civilian women and men in regular clothes to crash into me, pretend they are with me, shove their phones in my face, blow drug smoke in my face, rob me, vandalize my property, etc. 

People I know pay law enforcement to run scams all day long, and in my opinion, if anyone who works for the government has a problem with it, law enforcement will have them fired.

I can’t give specific examples publicly because I don’t want to get sued for defamation. 

I was walking to Baruch College CUNY about an hour or two ago. 

I stood at East 24th St and Madison Ave in Manhattan, New York City. 

It’s June 28, 2023, at 7:49 PM now. 

In my opinion, law enforcement had a taxi driver stop the taxi in the middle of two lanes in the intersection. 

Then one or two people stood in the street waiting to get into the cab.

The two civilians waiting to get in the cab acted like they were being paid the longer they stood in the street. 

There are a couple of scams that I suspect are connected to this move by law enforcement. 

The two people were possibly connected to me somehow, and law enforcement wanted pictures and video of me recording them with my phone. 

Maybe the two people belong to my gym, go to Baruch College, or something like that. 

Needless to say, I didn’t record anyone that close to Baruch College. 

Law enforcement often has their civilian lie and scam team do crazy things to try and get me to record them so law enforcement can record me recording someone and take it out of context. 

The other scam I suspect law enforcement had in mind is to have their regular clothes civilian lie and scam team do something outrageous to get pictures and video of me recording someone on the corner of East 24th St and Madison Ave in Manhattan. 

Then I suspect law enforcement could completely edit the photos and videos with other people, not the cab parked in two lanes in the middle of the street with two people standing in the street like they were in their living room.

In my opinion, law enforcement is on the same level as Hollywood in regard to creating audio, pictures, and videos. 

That’s what people don’t realize. 

That’s how law enforcement gets away with it. 

Who has more money, Hollywood or the US government? 

Mark Pine

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