New York City law enforcement is trying to get me kicked out of my coworking spaces.

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Today is August 17, 2022. 

This winter I’m going to use some of my student loan refund money to join a coworking space in Manhattan. 

I’m a full-time Baruch College journalism major that is living in the street homeless. 

I’ve been living in the street homeless for the past five years. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t do anything illegal. I don’t have a criminal record. 

I have a small storage room to keep my belongings. 

I have gym memberships so I can shower every day. 

If you saw me you would not think I was homeless. 

In my opinion, people I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass me, tease me, and sabotage me every day. 

For example, New York City law enforcement has women and men that run around in regular clothes and harass me every day. I call them New York City law enforcement’s civilian lie and scam team. 

New York City law enforcement’s civilian lie and scam team consists of women and men from almost every field of business. 

Plus New York City law enforcement pays drug addicts and drug dealers to follow me around and pretend they are with me. Or maybe the drug dealers are already working for New York City law enforcement. Who knows? 

When I join the coworking spaces this fall 2022 I’m not going to say a word to any of the other customers there. 

I’m not looking to network with anyone at any of the coworking spaces. 

I’m not looking to make friends with anyone at any of the coworking spaces. 

I’m not looking for dates or female companionship at any of the coworking spaces. 

When I interact with the staff I will be polite, respectful, and concise. 

Anytime I’m walking around the coworking spaces I will give everyone the right of way to walk. 

These are the scams that I suspect New York City law enforcement is going to run on me to try and get me kicked out of the coworking spaces. 

  1. New York City law enforcement will have members of their civilian lie and scam team that belong to the same coworking spaces try and pick fights with me at the coworking spaces and around the city. 
  2. New York City law enforcement will have their civilian scam team try and cut me off, crash into me, and shove their phones in my face at the coworking spaces. 
  3. New York City law enforcement will use incapacitating agents on me to try and get me to fall asleep at the coworking spaces. 
  4. New York City law enforcement will have people that I have no clue who they are and never spoke to them say that I’m rude and I smell. 
  5. New York City law enforcement will have drug addicts and drug dealers follow me around inside the coworking spaces and pretend they are with me. 
  6. New York City law enforcement will have women in their teens, twenties, and thirties follow me around the coworking spaces and pretend they are scared. 

I will never sleep at the coworking spaces. There are plenty of places for homeless people to sleep in New York City.

Regardless of how much New York City law enforcement has their civilian lie and scam team harass me, and it will be a lot, I will ignore them and keep to myself. 

I just want a place to stay warm at night so I can do my homework for Baruch College.

I also send thousands of emails to companies trying to raise awareness that people I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass me.