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Notice of claim to sue the NYC Comptroller’s office.

Greetings,

First and foremost I treat everyone at the NYC Comptroller’s office, HRA, CUNY, USPS, etc. with the utmost respect at all times. I will continue to treat everyone with the maximum level of respect. 

I would like to sue the NYC Comptroller’s office for $105,000.00. If anyone saw what is going on between New York law enforcement and myself they would be shocked. People I know pay New York law enforcement to torture people including me. 

I appreciate everything that the NYC Comptroller’s office has done for me. The NYC Comptroller’s office has done more to help me with the NYPD than any other government agency. 

There are a few reasons I want to sue. The main reason is that I have a feeling that the NYC Comptroller’s office is stalling my lawsuits against HRA and CUNY to buy the NYPD and New York law enforcement more time to sabotage me. 

I could be wrong but if I’m not I need to let everyone involved know what’s going on. For example, I have had one teacher at CUNY send me an email with every girl/woman’s full name and email address in one of my classes with a note to please confirm I received every girl’s email. I politely notified the teacher that I do not feel comfortable having any student’s personal information and I don’t want anyone having my information unnecessarily. 

If I’m in a biology lab and we share first names that is a different story. All it takes is someone from New York law enforcement or their civilian team to send one email from my account to a girl from CUNY and I’m gone. New York law enforcement has accessed my email and social media accounts so many times I lost count. They are probably in there right now. 

Another teacher asked me to join an online group chat with all the girls in my class full names and easy access to contact them all. I’m sure it’s all standard procedure and a coincidence. I kindly declined.

I contacted the Chancellor and sexual harassment office at school. I asked them if I could please be excused from online group chats with students. I have all the information for the class. I don’t need a group chat with what I’m dealing with from New York law enforcement.

I have a 4.0 GPA after 27 credits without any group chat. Also, I was in an online form last semester as per a teacher’s instructions. Immediately I have a girl sending me a message flirting that was totally unprofessional. I ignored the message. 

The second reason I want to sue the NYC Comptroller’s office is that I believe it’s your fiduciary duty to report if anyone from New York law enforcement or representative of New York law enforcement has contacted your office and asked you to sabotage me in any way. I hope it’s a violation not to report it to the authorities. I know for a 100% fact that New York law enforcement contacts every government agency I interact with and sabotages me. 

Now I know that there is no one to report it to and New York law enforcement has no real oversight. Until anyone wants to admit that we can all follow the rules. 

I don’t take any of this personally. I will continue to treat all parties involved with the utmost respect at all times. I’ll be in this week with a notarized notice of claim to sue the NYC Comptroller’s office.

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

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Email to the NYC Comptroller’s office about 3 notice of claim forms I dropped off at their office. I’m suing the NYPD, CUNY, and HRA.

Greetings,

I dropped off paperwork to sue the NYPD, CUNY, and Human Resources Administration. 

I had a deposition or hearing about the situation with the NYPD. I then received the print out of everything that was said during the hearing from the attorney who ran the deposition. I dropped off a notarized version of the updates from the hearing typed by the stenographer last week at the NYC Comptroller’s office (12th floor). 

I have not received any mail from the NYC Comptroller’s Office in a while.

My PO Box is:

Mark Pine

450 Lexington Avenue 

Unit #1375

New York, NY 10163

I treat everyone at HRA, CUNY, the NYC Comptroller’s office with the utmost respect at all times. I don’t take the sabotage and scams personally. I know that New York law enforcement is behind it all. I’m not arguing, I’m suing. I’m calm, cool, and collected.

I have not received any information regarding hearings for the CUNY or HRA depositions or hearings. If you need the dates I dropped off the notarized notice of claim forms at the NYC Comptroller’s office, 12 floor, I will send the information. Shouldn’t I also have a case number for each of the notice of claim forms dropped off? 

New York law enforcement continues to hammer away at me behind the scenes at both of those places and in other ways. I’m not saying everyone goes along with it, but, New York law enforcement tries to sabotage me at almost every place I go public and private. They have people following me into supermarkets trying to pick fights with me. There is nothing off-limits with them. All these lawsuits are connected to the fact that people I know pay New York law enforcement to ruin people’s lives with extreme prejudice. 

Before I used to drop off paperwork with various government agencies and not follow up. Now I’m following up and staying on top of everything. 

Thank you for your consideration.

Please advise. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine 

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Email I’m sending to the financial aid office of every college in New York City about my 2020 HRA public assistance case recertification.

Greetings,

I’m a student at CUNY. I’m trying to find out the rules regarding student loans and public assistance. I’ve already gone through all the proper channels and I still don’t know.

This year my HRA public assistance case recertification was moved from November 2020 to December 2020. My student loans are going to land into my Chase Bank account a few weeks before my HRA public assistance case recertification. The amount is about $5000.

I was told by staff at CUNY and HRA Waverly Job Center that I can receive student loans and public assistance at the same time. No one at CUNY or HRA is certain if having thousands of dollars in my bank account or a large student loan deposit at the same time as my HRA public assistance recertification is going to affect my case.

If anyone has the answer please let me know.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Some of the schools responded and said to contact my financial aid office. This is the email I responded to them with:

Greetings,

I’m confident CUNY has a lot of people who are on public assistance and financial aid. I asked them if receiving a $5000 cash deposit from student loans a few days or weeks before my HRA public assistance case recertification will affect my recertification and they said they weren’t sure. 

That is why I’m contacting every college in New York City to try and find a staff member who might have experience with this specific situation. I mentioned in my initial email that I already went through all the proper channels and I still don’t have an answer. 

I’d rather spend the time now to figure out the situation than wait and have an issue in the middle of the winter when I need to be focusing on my studies. My current GPA is a 4.0 after 27 credits and I’m doing everything in my power to maintain it. 

My school said they haven’t had a student with this specific issue so they can’t provide a definitive answer. They are as helpful and friendly as can be, they just don’t know. If it wasn’t for the awesome support at CUNY I wouldn’t have a 4.0 GPA. 

I guess no one on HRA public assistance has taken a direct loan of $5,000. 

If there is anyone else at the school who has experience with student loans and HRA public assistance please forward this email to them. My thought process is there has to be someone at one of the NYC colleges who has the answer. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.