Opinion: I’m calling the FBI bank robbery extension and NYPD 911 dozens or hundreds of times per day.



People I know pay law enforcement to harass me. 

Law enforcement pays women and men in regular clothes to crash into me, shove their phones in my face, blow drug smoke in my face, rob me, vandalize my property, block me from walking, and much more. 

Anytime I’m walking around New York City, I call NYPD 911 over and over. 

If I’m not calling NYPD 911, I call the FBI bank robbery extension at the FBI offices that haven’t blocked my phone number. 

I also hold my phone in front of me with the video recorder on while walking around New York City. 

Law enforcement pays teenage women and women in their twenties to crash into me, shove their phones in my face, and pretend they are under attack and fighting for their lives to try to get me to stop recording so law enforcement can get more aggressive with their scams. 

I’ve called FBI bank robbery extensions over 10,000 times from my phone. 

I’ve called NYPD 911 over 10,000 times from my phone. 

I’ve called the DOJ extension zero over 10,000 times from my phone. 

The FBI and NYPD 911 both play games on the phone when I call. 

In my opinion, law enforcement recently murdered a few people as a message for everyone to keep their mouths shut. 

It’s public record and fact that the NYPD has recently murdered people. 

I suspect there are a few people that law enforcement hasn’t been caught for killing. 

I can’t say who I suspect law enforcement murdered because I could be sued for defamation. 

Free speech can be very expensive.

I’m making the best of the situation. 

Also, when I’m in the street reporting law enforcement, law enforcement pays their civilian scam team to record me with their phones. 

Knowing law enforcement, the people they have recording me are connected with Baruch College, my gym, supermarkets, etc. 

I’m documenting everything. 

Mark Pine

These NYPD Police Officers don’t have anything to do with my situation.

They are just examples NYPD Police Officers that murdered innocent people recently.




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Mark Pine

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