Opinion: I suspect law enforcement is starting a little crime wave on the Path trains in Manhattan and Jersey City.



People I know pay law enforcement to harass me. 

People I know pay law enforcement to run scams, rob, and steal. 

Law enforcement doesn’t have any oversight at all, so they get away with it. 

I tried reporting it and no one in the government that I spoke with cares. 

I don’t have a criminal record.

I don’t do anything illegal. 

I have been living in the street homeless for years while I attend Baruch College CUNY. 

I just have bad credit and no money. 

That’s it. 

Any time I try to earn money, law enforcement sabotages me. 

I always treat the staff at the public assistance or welfare job program with the utmost respect at all times, no matter what. 

I suspect law enforcement has a number of their civilian lie and scam team working at the welfare job program. 

The only jobs the welfare job program would offer me are working at warehouses at 3 in the morning in the most dangerous New York City areas that are far from public transportation. 

I have had NYPD Police Offices tell me that if I go to those areas at night, I will be murdered 100%. 

Law enforcement would have the staff at the welfare job office threaten me every day that they would cut off my food supply of $8 per day if I don’t go to the most dangerous areas in New York City at 3 in the morning and walk for miles because there is no public transportation. 

This summer, I figured out that I can hop the turnstile on the Path train and go into Newport, Jersey City.

It’s very nice and relaxing in Newport, Jersey City. 

I joined BJ’s with some of my welfare money. 

I also joined Panera Bread with some of my welfare money. 

From what I’ve experienced so far, some of the Path train entrances in Manhattan are left on the honor system for several hours per day. 

That means there is no law enforcement at some of the Path stations in Manhattan. 

The same goes for some of the Path stations in Jersey City. 

There are times when the Port Authority Police are around, and there are times when they are just monitoring via the security cameras. 

The Path train has non law enforcement staff walking around the platforms just in case something happens so they can call law enforcement. 

Law enforcement pays some drug addicts and homeless people to run scams. 

I suspect law enforcement wants to tighten up the security on the Path trains so they can keep me confined in New York City. 

Therefore all of a sudden, I see a bunch of drug addicts, drug dealers, and homeless people all over the platforms and Path trains. 

I’m not saying that all of them work for law enforcement. 

I’m saying some of them run scams for law enforcement. 

From my experience watching law enforcement run scams, they won’t just station a bunch of police officers at all the Path train entrances overnight for no reason. 

First, law enforcement will create the problem, then they will “solve” the problem that they created. 

I think law enforcement is also thinking about this winter. 

Law enforcement would rather contain me in Manhattan than have me in Manhattan and Jersey City. 

Law enforcement is spending millions of dollars to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College, my gym, and other places. 

Therefore law enforcement has people from Baruch College, my gym, and other places constantly harassing me and trying to pick fights with me around the whole New York City. 

When I’m in Jersey City, law enforcement still has their regular clothes civilian lie and scam team harassing me, although they have to wait until I get back to New York City to have people from Baruch College, my gym, etc., try and pick more fights with me, crash into me, shove their phones in my face, block me from walking, etc. 

I suspect law enforcement has already started a crime wave on the Path trains and will continue to until there is more security blocking people from entering the Path trains for free by jumping the turnstile. 

Law enforcement will probably want more police patrolling the Path trains and stations too, not just the entrances.

I’m going on the record right now. 

When I interact with patrol cops, I treat them respectfully. 

When patrol cops aggressively try to crash into me or start verbally harassing me, I just record them with my phone and move away if I’m allowed. 

I don’t have a criminal record at 46 years old, and I don’t plan on ever having one. 

In my opinion, once a person has a criminal record, law enforcement can make up any lie about a person, and no one will care.  

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