Response to the New York Attorney General motion in my City University of New York civil lawsuit. October 2, 2022.

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Disclaimers: I’m not an attorney. I don’t know anything about the law. I’m representing myself.

Mark Pine Vs The City University of New York

I’ll sue you if you don’t share this page. Just kidding.

State of New York Court of Claims 

Claim no. 138078

First and foremost I always treat everyone at the New York State Courts with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. 

Regardless of the outcome of this case, I will continue to learn more about the law and improve in the way I’m able to represent myself. 

The New York State Court System and everyone who works there is great. Thank you. 

I have dozens of civil lawsuits that I plan on filing in the future in New York State Courts so it’s very important for me to stay on the best terms humanly possible with everyone at the New York State Courts. That includes Judges, the security guards working at the courthouses, the individuals at the clerks offices, people working in the law libraries, etc. 

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement loves to lie and say that Mark Pine is rude and then create conversations from editing old audio and video they have of me into new conversations. 

Also, in my opinion New York City law enforcement runs around town paying and threatening people to say Mark Pine is rude. 

Regardless of the outcome of this case I will continue to treat everyone at the New York Attorney General’s Office with the utmost respect at all times. I understand that everyone is doing their best under the circumstances. 

In my opinion, people I know pay law enforcement to tease me, harass me, sabotage me, try to set me up, and drug me. 

New York City law enforcement has women and men in regular clothes crash into me, shove their phones in my face, and block me from walking. 

NYPD Internal Affairs, New York FBI, US Attorney Southern District, Manhattan District Attorney, United States Secret Service, United States Marshals, New York City Crime Stoppers, and many other government agencies have blocked my phone number. 

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

I don’t date. I’m too scared to date after New York City law enforcement, in my opinion, started paying women in their teens and twenties to crash into me, shove their phones in my face, and try to set me up as a stalker.

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement has men do the same thing to try and start fights with me. 

I have been living in the street homeless in New York City for at least the last five years with New York City law enforcement and their plain clothes harassment team harassing me every day. I just take the abuse because there is nothing I can do and none of law enforcement’s oversight will help me at all. 

I have been a full time student at LaGuardia Community College and Baruch College, both City University of New York (CUNY) Schools for more than two years. During that time, in my opinion, New York City law enforcement, in my opinion, has CUNY students cut me off, crash into me, block me from walking, and shove their phones in my face over and over. 

I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. That includes staff, professors, security guards, and students. Treating people at Baruch College respectfully is more important than anything. 

I’m living in the street in New York City and I’m on welfare. Anytime I try to find a job, in my opinion, New York City law enforcement and their plain clothes sabotage team threatens people and tells them not to give me a penny under any circumstances. 

I’m not mentioning New York City law enforcement and their plain clothes team harassing me to anyone at Baruch College except the Dean via email every once in a while. 

I have the utmost respect humanly possible for the Baruch College Dean. In my opinion, there is nothing he can do to stop New York City law enforcement and their regular clothes harassment team from harassing me every day. 

I used to email the CUNY Chancellor, CUNY Title 9 Coordinator, Baruch College President, etc. to let them know that in my opinion New York City law enforcement has people harassing me constantly on and off school grounds. 

I was politely instructed by the Baruch College Dean to only email him about these types of matters from now on. Of course, I followed his directive and hold him in the highest regard. 

In my opinion New York City law enforcement and whoever directs them can have the City University of New York Chancellor and everyone else at Baruch College and CUNY fired immediately if they don’t do what New York City law enforcement says even in regards to New York City law enforcement sabotaging students. 

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement doesn’t have any oversight at all and they abuse their power 365 days a year. 

New York City law enforcement helps a lot of people and does a lot of good too. That’s no excuse for them to harass, sabotage, and kill people. There have been several innocent people murdered recently (past year to three years) by New York City law enforcement, NYPD, etc. That is a provable fact reported on in mainstream news media. 

There have also been several innocent people that members of the NYPD have sold drugs to, there have been victims of domestic violence, victims of sexual abuse, child abuse, etc. That’s a fact, not an opinion. 

I never mention a word about New York City law enforcement harassing me to any of my professors at Baruch College. 

I treat my Baruch College professors with the utmost respect at all times no matter what. 

If a Baruch College professor calls me a homeless loser, pours a can of paint over my head, throws my laptop out of the window, and tells me they hope the NYPD locks me up for the rest of my life, I will say thank you. 

I would never say a negative word to a Baruch College professor or anyone at Baruch College under any circumstances and New York City law enforcement sends ambushes at me constantly at Baruch College. 

About a year or so ago I was arrested in Nassau County, Long Island, New York. The Nassau County Police bought a phone, said it was my phone, and apparently made calls with the phone. 

I was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor. Eventually the charge was lowered to a violation. 

I said to everyone, why would I want to mask my phone number? I have called various law enforcement and government agencies more than 10,000 times from my own number. 

Also, I’m living in the street homeless. I can barely afford one phone let alone two. These are the types of New York City law enforcement scams I’m up against every day. 

I refer to them as Billion Dollar Scams. 

Last but not least I never spend cash except to do my laundry so how would I buy a phone that isn’t recorded in my bank account records? 

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement is threatening to murder me with drugs so I’m scared to handle cash at all. 

The other day I had a headache and I was too scared to buy Advil because I didn’t want New York City law enforcement to have pictures of me taking the Advil.  

Everyone at the courts are smart. Everyone at CUNY is smart. Everyone at the New York Attorney General’s Office is smart. I’m smart. Everyone is doing their best under the circumstances. I’m not underestimating anyone’s intelligence. 

I’m not mad at anyone at CUNY even if they are sabotaging me. Nothing that is going on at CUNY in regards to New York City law enforcement harassing, teasing, and sabotaging me is new. It’s all been going on for more than two years since day one. I didn’t say anything then, I’m not saying anything now. 

I’m living in the street homeless and on welfare. Thanks to CUNY I just received $8,400 from student loans. 

I bought two down insulated jackets. The reason I bought two is because New York City law enforcement will probably rip them both in my opinion. If I only had one New York City law enforcement would rip it or steal it. 

I bought laptops, clothes, paid bills, etc. 

Even living in the street my life is a lot more comfortable thanks to CUNY. I joined a coworking so I have a warm place to go 24 hours per day. I also paid for my gym so I can shower. 

If I’m correct the Assistant Attorney General is either saying I filed the lawsuit in the wrong court or I labeled the lawsuit incorrectly. 

This is the second time I filed a lawsuit against CUNY in the New York Court of Claims. No one mentioned anything last time about an incorrect label on the lawsuit or it being the wrong court. 

I will contact various legal services and try to figure out what I did wrong as quickly as possible. 

If I’m correct I believe the New York Court of Claims is the correct place to file a lawsuit against CUNY so maybe I incorrectly labeled the lawsuit. 

This whole lawsuit is about, in my opinion, CUNY allowing New York City law enforcement to sabotage me at Baruch College. I’m not mad at CUNY. I don’t blame them for not wanting to lose their jobs. 

In my opinion New York City law enforcement can have anyone at Baruch College fired if they don’t go along with New York City law enforcement’s scams and I’m a big dollar set up victim. Meaning the civilians I know that pay New York City law enforcement to sabotage me have a lot of money and connections. 

I’m not complaining to anyone at Baruch College about New York City law enforcement harassing me. 

Anytime I speak with any Baruch College professors or staff I treat them with the utmost respect at all times and I never mention anything about New York City law enforcement or anything negative for that matter. 

In my spare time from Baruch College I’m trying to get the word out as much as possible that people I know are paying New York City law enforcement to harass me and can they please help me. 

I’m claiming that New York City law enforcement is threatening and forcing Baruch College and CUNY to put female students in my classes to try and set me up as a stalker. 

I’m claiming that New York City law enforcement is threatening and forcing Baruch College and CUNY to put male students in my classes to try and start fights with me. 

I can care less. I ignore them all. 

If someone at Baruch College spit in my mouth I would say thank you and walk away. I don’t care. I’ve been through hell and I’m still here. I’m used to it. Welcome to hell. 

I’m disappointed that the civilians I know that pay New York City law enforcement to run scams on me. 

I’m not mad at the people New York City law enforcement is sending to harass me and try to set me up. 

If someone’s job is trying to sabotage and set up innocent people up as a staker or try to pick fights with innocent people for law enforcement, that’s their punishment as far as I’m concerned. 

I don’t care if a student at Baruch College or professor or staff member spits in my face, pours a can of paint on my head, calls me a homeless loser, etc., I will never and have never mentioned one word about New York City law enforcement to anyone at Baruch College, and I have never and will never say a negative word to anyone at Baruch College. I just ignore them and walk away. 

I have always and will always treat everyone at Baruch College, students, staff, professors, etc., with the utmost professionalism and respect at all times. No matter what happens or what anyone does to me, I will never mention a word about New York City law enforcement, the NYPD, the New York FBI, ect., to anyone at Baruch College. 

I want to graduate. If you saw me right now you would not think I was homeless. I look like everyone else. 

In January 2023 I’m going to receive another $8,000 in my bank account to pay my bills for the year. That is in addition to welfare. 

What street homeless person is getting that? Not too many. Then in August 2023 I get another $8,000. I want to keep receiving the money until people save me from being harassed every day from New York City law enforcement and their regular clothes team. 

I’m also using the laptops, phone, etc., that I was able to buy thanks to CUNY to contact thousands of companies and try to get the word out that in my opinion people I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass me and can they please help. 

If it wasn’t for CUNY New York City law enforcement would be wiping the floor with me 10X worse than they are now. 

At least now when New York City law enforcement has people in regular clothes harassing me every day, I’m warm and I have places to go.

If it wasn’t for CUNY I’d be sitting at a coffee shop freezing. 

I’ll never give up no matter what. 

Either New York City law enforcement is going to murder me, lock me up, or I’m going to get help. I’ve accepted that fate and I’m doing my best to reach the get help part. 

Who compliments the person they are suing in a civil suit? I am. 

I’m saying CUNY is one of the best opportunities ever and I love CUNY. 

The staff and professors are amazing. The students are great too except for the fact that New York City law enforcement is incentivising some of them to harass me constantly. 

Regardless I’m not saying a word and I’m taking the abuse.

It could be worse, I could be in prison with New York City law enforcement tampering with my food every day. Plus playing around with the temperature, and paying other inmates to harass me around the clock. 

Also, New York City law enforcement has people blow marijana and vape smoke in my face outside of school when I’m trying to study. 

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement has no boundaries regarding sabotage. If they think of something they do it, usually without any consequences.