New York City law enforcement is using dogs to try and get me kicked out of my coworking place, gym, etc.

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New York City law enforcement has audio of me complaining on the Manhattan District Attorney and New York City Department of Investigations voice mail about dogs. Let me quickly explain.

When I find a nice public lawn to relax on, New York City law enforcement springs into action.

First New York City law enforcement has people in regular clothes blow vape and weed smoke in my face. That’s just to set the mood.

Then New York City law enforcement will have women and men bring one dog after the next to the small lawn and go to the bathroom.

Sometimes New York City law enforcement will have people bring their dogs within one foot of me to go to the bathroom.

Now in almost every business I go New York City law enforcement has customers follow me around with dogs.

By the way, there is a massive delay as I’m typing this.

I type a sentence and it doesn’t show up on the screen for 30 seconds or longer.

I’ve never experienced the typing delay before New York City law enforcement started teasing, harassing, and sabotaging me every day.

Here is New York City law enforcements dog scam.

New York City law enforcement has a plan to take the audio from the New York City government voice mails and say the audio was spoken to people at my coworking place, gym, etc.

I’m going on the record right now.

If someone from my coworking place, gym, etc., has a dog I don’t care.

I belong to one of the best coworking places and gyms in the city.

All I do is compliment my coworking place and gym about the great deals they both offer.

New York City law enforcement keeps trying to use audio of me complaining about New York City law enforcement to get me in trouble with Baruch College, my coworking place, gym, etc.

If someone at my coworking place or gym picks up multiple dogs and starts throwing them at me I will pack up my laptop and move to another location.

I’m not going to say a word to any customers or staff at my coworking, gym, etc., complaining about dogs or anything for that matter.