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Opinion: Baruch College kept me out of jail.

Now NYC law enforcement is making up lies to try and have me kicked out.

Disclaimers: If you have an emergency, call 911. I’m not an attorney. If you need legal advice, talk with a lawyer. This is my opinion. Verify everything yourself. 

People I know pay NYC law enforcement to harass and sabotage me. They don’t care who I tell. They won’t stop. 

Baruch College probably saved me from going to jail. 

If NYC law enforcement got me in a cage, they would do horrible things to me, the food I eat, etc. If anyone in social media land doesn’t believe me, I’ll swing by the office of any major social media platform, and I’ll show you what NYC law enforcement has done to me. 

NYC law enforcement wrote me thousands of dollars in tickets that I was able to pay thanks to my student loans and money I earned delivering food. That is before NYC law enforcement wrote me thousands of dollars in tickets for riding a regular bicycle while delivering food. 

NYC law enforcement wrote me approximately 11 tickets on subways and busses. Do you know anyone that received that many tickets? I paid all but two. I just paid about $500 to the MTA. 

I have no criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t do anything illegal. 

Another way Baruch College saved me from almost having to go to jail was by affording me the ability to be able to pay for a legal website. I was able to ask attornies questions. 

What happened was the Nassau County Police Department took audio of me that NYC law enforcement is in possession of. The audio is of me complaining about NYC law enforcement on the phone while they are attacking and teasing me. 

Thanks to Baruch College I was able to pay my phone bill in advance for more than a year. If it wasn’t for Baruch College, I wouldn’t even have a phone. I’d be in jail.

Nassau County law enforcement bought a phone and said it was mine. Nassau County law enforcement edited the audio that NYC law enforcement has of me and created new conversations with people who work for Nassau County Police Headquarters. 

The people at Nassau County Police Headquarters signed sworn statements that the calls were real.

The scam that Nassau County law enforcement ran on me is similar to the movie from 1989 called “Tango and Cash.” 

Thanks to Baruch College I was able to pay for the website that allowed me to ask lawyers questions. 

My public defender was trying to sabotage my case because he was hand-selected by NYC law enforcement. 

The Nassau County District Attorney knew I was innocent and pretended they didn’t know.

I’ve been calling the NYC District Attorney and left messages asking for help.

Once NYC law enforcement saw that I figured out how to decently represent myself and that I wasn’t going to use their public defender, they let me go with a violation. 

I’m going on the record and saying the judge was very fair. Everyone else involved was breaking the law in my nonattorney, civilian, opinion.

One of the reasons NYC law enforcement let me go is because they are going to try and use a similar scam to get me kicked out of Baruch College. They didn’t want me exposing them in the court record, and then they were going to turn around and use the same exact scam. 

NYC law enforcement also is trying to get rid of my actual phone. Thanks to Baruch College, I was able to pay for 14 months in advance. My phone bill is paid over a year in advance. 

I have called various law enforcement and government agencies thousands of times. If I didn’t, NYC law enforcement could have just had a few people shove their phones in my face, crash into me, etc., and make up lies and say he started with them.  

I’m always respectful to the NYPD in person and everyone else who works for the government including everyone at Baruch College and CUNY. 

My issue is not with any of you. It’s with the high-ranking members of NYC law enforcement that took money to ruin my life. I am trying to expose them legally. They aren’t happy about that.

New York City law enforcement is going to try and lie and say I was rude to several people at Baruch College. Of course, they will have several eye witnesses. It’s the same scam they use over and over. I’m not giving up.

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Opinion: NYC law enforcment uses mental health as a weapon.

Disclaimers: I’m not a doctor. This is my opinion. If you have an emergency call 911. Verify everything yourself.

People I know pay New York City law enforcement to torture me.

NYC law enforcement has a huge plain clothes team that they use to try and pick fights with me, attack me, tease me, and harass me every day. They are as annoying as it gets.

NYC law enforcement’s scam team has broken my ribs, they broke my sholder, they spit in my face, they have their dogs go to the bathroom right next to me anytime I’m sitting in public, etc.

I’m smart enought to know to ignore them. In my opinion, if the police send people to pick fights with you and you react, your going to be arrested.

When I report the police of course they want to attack my mental health.

I was arrested in Nassau County Long Island and charged with a misdemeanor. In my opinion, my public defender was purposly trying to sabotage my case.

The public defender kept recomending a mental health evaluation. I’m sure the majority of doctors would say no if NYC law enforcment asked them to sabotage an innocent person.

Would you, the reader, tell the police no if they asked you to sabotage an innocent person?

What I don’t believe is that the doctor giving the mental health evaluation would be fair. It would have been a doctor that is friends with the police.

I have had several members of NYC law enforcement tease me when I report them. Sometimes they will pick up the phone and say “Bellevue Hospital.”

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Opinion: NYC law enforcement has the NYPD 911 operators whisper when I call to harass me.

People I know pay members of New York City law enforcement to harass me every day.

I call NYPD 911 everyday when the police send people in plain clothes to tease me, harass me, shove their phones in my face, attack me, cut me off, and crash into me.

I contacted the Civilian Complaint Review Board, the Department of Investigations, Internal Affairs, and many others. They aren’t helping me.

If you have an emergency call 911. This is my experience, hopefully it won’t be yours.

When I call NYPD 911, the NYPD has the 911 operators harass me on the phone.

  1. The NYPD 911 operators yell hello and sir so I can’t report what the police are doing to me.
  2. The NYPD has the 911 operators whisper when they pick up the phone to harass me. I say to the NYPD 911 operators, why are you whispering on a recorded law enforcement phone call? Are the police telling you to harass me? NYC law enforcement is going to turn around and say the audio of me asking why the NYPD 911 operators are whispering was directed to people at Baruch College.
  3. The NYPD has people that work for Baruch College and CUNY pick up NYPD 911 and pretend they are 911 operators. Then they try and pick fights with me on the phone so they can say the call happened at school.

I’m under attack from New York City law enforcement.

They have threated to murder me with drugs.

They use incapacitating agents on me and cut me when I’m sleeping. They especially like to cut my arms, hands, and feet.

NYC law enforcement is trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College.

NYC law enforcement is friends with a lot of people at Baruch College and The City University of New York. I suspect in addition to the audio scams, NYC law enforcement is going to try and get a few people at Baruch College to lie and say we have some chance encounter somewhere in the city and I did something bad.

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Opinion: NYC law enforcement just had someone chasing me around a restaurant, saying he worked there when he didn’t and recording me with his phone. September 15, 2021.

People I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass me every day. NYC law enforcement sends people in plain clothes to try and pick fights with me and sabotage me one after the next. They harass me in the subway, in the streets, and in stores. I have reported it to various government agencies thousands of times.

I was just in a restaurant on 6 Avenue in New York City. I was minding my own business, waiting to pay for my food.

Someone who was not in any type of uniform starts yelling at me and chasing me around the restaurant. The person was recording me with his phone.

When he first started talking to me I said I’m waiting in line to pay. After he started getting agressive with me, I ignored the person. Also, I don’t think the person even worked there.

The man left the restaurant and came back in with two police officers a few minutes later. The police officers said come outside. I said I’m waiting to pay. I’m standing in line not saying a word to anyone. What did I do wrong?

The police officer again said some outside. I said, I already started eating the sandwich, I have to pay for it. Plus I’m standing here minding my own business. Not saying a word to anyone. What’s the issue?

The police officer said, I’m recording you. I said, OK, I’m not doing anything wrong and I don’t have a criminal record.

The cops finally agreed to let me pay. I paid and went outside with the two police officers.

We had a quck conversation and that was it.

I suspect the whole thing was a usual set up by New York City law enforcement. The person who said he worked at the restaurant probably is connected with my college, The City University of New York, or the gym I go to or something like that.

The police run scams on me like this every day.

If you have an emergency call 911. This is my opinion. Verify everything yourself.

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Opinion: Emails to Baruch College about being thrown out of school. September 13, 2021.

Greetings,

Thank you for the information. 

This week I made two student grievances. 

  1. A few sentences about attendance being included in CUNY first so students know what their attendance record is. Also, I mentioned that I believe there should be more security cameras inside Baruch College. 
  2. The second student grievance was a few sentences about a student purposely trying to crash into me on a day the school was almost empty, and there were no classes. 

That’s grounds for being thrown out of Baruch College?  

I 100% respect you. I will always treat you with the utmost respect at all times. Regardless if we agree with each other or not. 

Regardless of what happens, I don’t blame you. I know there are a lot of other factors involved. 

I’m a model and respectful student. The only time I ever get reprimanded is for reporting things at school. It’s never for my behavior.

I always treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. That includes professors, students, security guards, and staff. 

I’m making the best out of the situation like always, and hopefully, I won’t be expelled from school for respectfully reporting issues at school.

I just read that a disciplinary sanction means you’re trying to have me thrown out of school for reporting that I’m being harassed. 

I have no animosity towards you or anyone at Baruch College. With that being said I am going to take this up with the 

NEW YORK STATE COURT OF CLAIMS. 

Hopefully, I’ll have time to sue before I’m kicked out of school. I only want to be treated fairly and have someone from the courts look at the claims against me and clear my record because I don’t believe I ever did anything wrong. 

I’ve had excellent experiences with judges in my life, and the only time I hear from CUNY is to tell me I’m doing something wrong when reporting that I’m being harassed. 

Last semester the police arrested me and charged me with a misdemeanor. 

The police took audio of me and edited it into new conversations, exactly like the movie “Tango and Cash” from 1989. 

The police proceeded to buy a phone with cash and call Nassau County Police Headquarters. The police had the civilians at Nassau County Police Headquarters sign sworn statements saying the calls were real. 

Long story short, I respectfully and thoughtfully navigated the case so well that the judge let me go with a violation. 

I could have been completely exonerated, but the police were playing so dirty that I didn’t want to take any chances. I took the vio and ran. Needless to say, I haven’t been back to Nassau County. 

Right before the case started the police went into both of my CUNY emails that were on double verification, Baruch College and LaGuardia Community College, and erased dozens or hundreds of emails that would have helped my case. 

They also erased emails between LaGuardia Community College security and me discussing times when I was harassed at LaGuardia Community by students. 

Additional emails erased were between the Nassau County Executive’s Office and me. I was reporting that the police won’t stop harassing me. 

I understand you are just doing your job. 

I don’t hold you responsible for any of this. I still hope to make you proud of me one day. 

I’m 45 years old. I’m smart enough to know that I have no idea what’s happening behind the scenes at Baruch College and CUNY. For all I know, you might be my biggest ally and supporter.

I’ll stop using the sg form forever. 

You told me to stop contacting anyone at CUNY about people I grew up with paying NYC law enforcement to harass me, and I did. 

I was in the emergency room of two hospitals three times this week. Nothing COVID-related or contagious. 

The police were harassing me like usual.

In the meantime, I’ll stop using the sg form forever under any circumstances.  

I’m not sure what sg I ever submitted that wasn’t pertaining to Baruch College, although I’m sure I’ll find out.

I never heard any feedback from any of the sg forms I filled out.  

I’m in jeopardy of being out of school for respectfully reporting that I’m being harassed and other things pertaining to what’s going on at school.

I still have never been shown one email or sg that didn’t pertain to CUNY or that was inappropriate after respectfully asking a few times. I’ve only been threatened. 

Since the start of this semester, I’ve already started to turn in homework that isn’t due until October and November in September. 

Currently, I’m spending 10 or 12 hours per day on schoolwork. 

One more time, I don’t blame you or anyone at Baruch College for any of this. I blame a few high-ranking members of NYC law enforcement and the people I grew up with who pay them to sabotage me. 

I’m a fan and respect everyone at Baruch College.

I look forward to respectfully clearing my name and succeeding at Baruch College. 

I hope I don’t get kicked out of Baruch College. If I do, I’m going to cold call every professional investment company in America and any other country T Mobile will allow me to call for free 15 hours per day until someone invests in one of my startups. 

If by some miracle a professional investor gives me six or seven figures as an investment that would be turning lemons into lemonade.

There is no point in complaining because everyone has their own issues. 

If I do raise the money, you’re going to be the first person I email and I know you will be proud of me knowing that I’ve been street homeless for five years while earning all As at CUNY. 

I’m not going to contact anyone to try and mediate this inside CUNY. I’m going to file a lawsuit with the New York State Court of Claims. There is no animosity attached to the lawsuit. I just want a judge to look at all this and try to have my record cleared because I want to attend Baruch College and the CUNY journalism school. 

Whatever I have to do, please let me know. Hopefully, I get another chance. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

Next email.

Greetings,

If you see my email signature at school doesn’t have anything about the police in it anymore. 

I was just looking at the email I sent you and in my email signature was information about the police.

I’m not even going to speculate how it got in there. I removed it. 

There has not been any mention of the police in my email signature this whole semester in any emails I’ve sent at Baruch College. 

The only email that included information about the police in my email signature was the email I just sent you because I didn’t realize it was in there. 

Thank you and have a great day.  

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

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Opinion: NYC law enforcement is editing audio of me reporting them into new conversations.

People I know are paying New York City law enforcement to try and ruin my life.

New York City law enforcement is editing audio of me reporting them to various government agencies.

NYC law enforcement is going to claim my words were directed towards professors, students, and staff at Baruch College.

NYC law enforcement already did the same thing to me several times before.

The same audio scam was used in the movie “Tango and Cash” from 1989. Can you imagine the technology they have today, compared with then?

New York City law enforcement will also have all the witnesses they need to back up their lies. I’m confident they will have video to go with their audio. Especially because I wear a mask the majority of the time.

New York City law enforcement has their plain-clothes sabotage team shove their phones in my face every day.

I’m always polite to the police when I see them in person. The members of NYC law enforcement that people I know pay the harass me aren’t interacting with the public. They are behind the scenes.

Use this information at your own risk. Verify everything yourself. If you have an emergency call 911. This is my opinion.

YouTube video: Opinion: NYC law enforcement is editing audio of me reporting them into new conversations.
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Opinion: Email to Baruch College about avoiding controversial conversations at school. August 22, 2021.

Greetings Baruch College,

I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times.

That includes staff, professors, security guards, and students.

Treating people respectfully is more important than anything.

I love Baruch College and The City University of New York.

It’s the best opportunity ever.

I wanted to follow up about the warning letter I received last semester. I’m not sure how the process works.

I requested to see a copy of one email I sent to anyone at Baruch College that was inappropriate.

In regards to not emailing the security office, the Baruch College President, and the CUNY Chancellor, of course, I immediately stopped after receiving the warning letter.

No matter what type of dangerous behavior I witness going forward I will not report it to campus security. I might email the Dean or I will report it to law enforcement outside of school.

No one at Baruch College is responsible for the drama I’m dealing with that I was reporting. I’m making the best of it.

A perfect example of not talking about police drama at school is an assignment I just received for one of my classes. One of my professors just posted the assignments for this semester.

The first or second assignment is about someone who is being tortured by the police. Of course, the NYPD has thousands of hours of audio of me talking about all of these subjects.

I have called law enforcement and government agencies thousands of times including several times today.

I will not be sharing any of my personal experiences about people I know paying New York City law enforcement to torture me with any of my classes, professors, students, Baruch College staff, etc.

The issues between the police and myself only have one solution and that’s money. I need money so I’m not such an easy mark for them. I need to figure out how to earn money outside of school.

I don’t need to get kicked out of Baruch College for talking or emailing about the police and their civilian team harassing me every day. I contact government agencies outside of school every day. There are appropriate places to discuss these topics and that is only outside of school.

When the assignment regarding this article is discussed in my class, I’m not going to say one negative word about the police. Moreover, I’m not going to say one word about people I grew up with in NYC, Nassau County, and Suffolk County paying New York City law enforcement to harass me every day including today.

Even with all the drama, I’m making the best of it. I’m looking forward to seeing what doors Baruch College can open up for me.

In my spare time, I’m working on startups and non profits. With a little luck, I’ll have a roof over my head one of these days and I’ll owe all my success to Baruch College.

Getting thrown out of school will keep me homeless forever. That’s not my idea of a good time.

Please advise regarding a copy of an inappropriate email when you are available.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

450 Lexington Avene #1375

New York, NY 10163

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Opinion: Email to the Queens Library at Hunters Point about the NYPD and their civilian scam team harassing me.

Greetings,

I have no criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal.

People I know pay New York City law enforcement and their civilian lie and scam team to harass me every day. They run around town and order people to say I’m rude and I smell.

One of your security guards tried to pick a fight with me already. I didn’t fall for it.

Then today I was sitting at a table, minding my own business. Two security guards walk up to me pretending like there is some type of problem.

I look up. One of the security guards says the room closes at 5:45. I said I thought it closes at 6. No big deal. I packed up my things and left.

The security video shows two security guards standing over me pretending like there is something wrong.

I don’t take it personally because if they don’t do what the police say, the police will have them tossed into the street in one second flat.

I mind my own business. I treat everyone respectfully.

Thank you and have a great day.