Opinion: Questions to Baruch College about grades. May 26, 2022.

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Greetings Baruch College,

Please let me know how to appeal grades or who to contact if possible.

I don’t feel comfortable directly asking my professors about grades after they decide on a grade. Once a grade is given to me by a professor, I’m not going to contact the professor about it under any circumstances besides to say thank you. I’d rather just keep the grade they give.

Is the only way to appeal a grade via direct contact with a professor? If I can appeal a grade with a department I might.

I mentioned to two of my professors my case for various grades before they gave the grades.

For example:

First class: During one exam a student got sick and was violently coughing and running in and out of the classroom for more than 30 minutes. I respectfully mentioned to my professor that if I receive As on the second and third exam and a B+ on the first one because of the distraction from the student could that please be taken into consideration. I never missed any classes except for maybe a doctor’s appointment. I participated in every class.

Next class: I believe my grade is between an A- and an A in this class. I respectfully asked the professor if he could consider leaning towards the A for the following reasons. I participated in class. All my assignments were turned in. I never missed a class, if I did it was for a doctor’s appointment. In my humble opinion, my essays and homework showed I spent a lot of time learning the material.

Beyond that, I don’t feel comfortable asking my professors about it again. I respect whatever decision they make.

In my other two classes, I believe I earned either an A or A-, maybe B+.

The only reason I even care about grades more than passing is that I found out that if I want to go to CUNY graduate school, I need at least a 3.0.

To be perfectly honest, I hope I start earning money so I can get back into an apartment. If I’m still a full-time student after I graduate Baruch College that means I’m still going to be living in the street homeless.

My number one goal is to start working after I graduate from Baruch College or before I graduate and get an apartment.

I just want to try and get a 3.0 if possible so I have the option to attend a CUNY graduate school. If I don’t earn a 3.0, it’s no big deal. It might be a blessing in disguise, and I will get back into an apartment.

The number one most important thing is treating everyone at Baruch College respectfully. Without respect at Barch College, we have nothing.

All the professors and staff at Baruch College have a lot of students to support. There is no excuse for any student to be disrespectful to the Baruch College professors or staff.

When I make videos for social media, I always advise people not to use things as excuses to treat people disrespectfully. For example, unsatisfactory products and services. I apply that theory to all aspects of my life.

No one at Baruch College has to treat me respectfully for me to treat them respectfully. I don’t care if someone pours a can of paint over my head. I will ignore the person and walk away.

I will always treat everyone at Baruch College respectfully under all circumstances, no matter what.

Please advise.

Thank you and have a great day.

Mark Pine

Opinion: Today a Baruch College student was swinging his leg around to distract me during a speech I was giving in class.

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Greetings Professor,

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 never participate in controversial conversations at Baruch College out of respect for people’s feelings.

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

I would never say a word to a student in class if she/he literally poured a can of paint on my head. 

I would say thank you and walk away. Then I would report it. 

With that being said there was a student sitting directly across from me while I was giving the speech kicking his leg up and down for the majority of my speech and it was very distracting. 

I could have put my head down and just sat there and read the speech, but I believe that we are supposed to look at the crowd. 

I would never say a word to the student. 

If someone offered me a million dollars to identify the student right now, I would have no clue what the student looks like. I just saw the persons leg kicking nonstop throughout my speech. 

It caught me so off guard that it threw off my speech a little. 

I listened to the recording, and it was OK, but it would have been much better. 

I never had someone do that to me before when I was giving a speech. It was like the student was practicing to be a professional field goal kicker or soccer player. 

I started getting used to it by the end of the speech and going forward if it happens again, I’ll be more used to it. 

If I can go again, I would like to, if not it’s no big deal. I’m just asking. 

I 10000% respect your decision either way. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Greetings,

I wanted to go on record with what happened today in class. Personally, I’m a little surprised that the student felt comfortable doing that in front of all the other students knowing how much we all worked on preparing our speeches. 

It was like he was waiving his hand in my face during the speech except he was using his leg instead of his hand. It was very distracting. 

If you have any advice for me, please let me know. If not it’s no big deal. 

Currently I have a GPA and I think I have about 291 points out of 300 in the class right now. 

I know my subject inside and out, it’s about being a New York State real estate broker and I’m a licensed broker. 

I’ve been studying every day through spring break, and I was a little tired. When the person started swinging his leg around for the majority of my speech it totally knocked me off my game. 

Now that I have experienced the student swinging his leg around like he was trying out for the NFL during 70% of my speech, I can be prepared for it next time and focus on something else. 

More importantly than any of this is I always treat all students and staff with the utmost respect at all times. If someone does something I don’t like, I ignore the person. 

Please advise with any feedback you deem appropriate. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

This type of thing happens all the time to me at Baruch College. I don’t blame Baruch College. I blame New York City law enforcement.

Opinion: The three main lies New York City law enforcement would like to use to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College.

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  1. Mark Pine had an outburst at Baruch College. 
  2. Mark Pine is stalking female Baruch College students. 
  3. Plagiarism. 

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 never participate in controversial conversations at Baruch College out of respect for people’s feelings. 

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

My goal is to earn a C or D average. Grades are not my priority. I’m at CUNY to learn.

New York City law enforcement has audio of them and me arguing.

New York City law enforcement has audio of me reporting them. 

New York City law enforcement has top-quality audio and video editors that can edit the audio of me and turn it into a conversation between a Baruch College student or staff member and me.

New York City law enforcement has already done that to me once already during my Nassau County criminal trial that I won. Technically I got a misdemeanor lowered to a violation. 

Several Baruch College students have tried to pick fights with me.

Several Baruch College students have shoved their phones in my face and crashed into me.

Several Baruch College students have tried to start arguments with me during class. 

I ignore them all.

I can care less if a Baruch College student poured a can of paint over my head, I would not react. I would still ignore them.

I have put a million hours into Baruch College, I’m not throwing it away for anyone. Also, the police torture me way worse than anything a Baruch College student or staff member could. 

The best way to handle a hater is to ignore the person. The best form of revenge is success.

Revenge is not responding to someone that is clearly trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College. 

Next, Mark Pine is stalking all the women at Baruch College. 

I have called every FBI field office in America and reported that people I know pay New York City law enforcement to have women try to set me up as a stalker. 

I have called every US Attorney in America and told them New York City law enforcement is trying to set me up as a stalker. 

I have called the Manhattan District Attorney and told them New York City law enforcement is trying to set me up as a stalker. 

Has anyone in the history of the United States called hundreds of government and law enforcement offices and then turned around and stalked women? What would be the logic behind that? 

I’ve called the Secret Service in Brooklyn and told them people I know are paying New York City law enforcement to try and set me up as a stalker. 

I’m also in the process of suing the NYPD and The City University of New York.

If I walked around school wearing a clown costume I couldn’t bring any more attention to myself in regards to the people who run Baruch College.  

Finally, we have plagiarism.

I have turned in the majority of my homework days, weeks, and months in advance since I started Baruch College.

I always ask questions in class and via emails to my professors. If I legitimately plagiarized a student or an author, New York City law enforcement would find out about it and I’d be expelled from school in one second flat. 

New York City law enforcement can harass me and sabotage me 24 hours a day and there is nothing I can do to stop them. 

I’m making the best of it. I’m trying to get help outside of Baruch College and CUNY. For example, I make videos begging the public to help me. 

When I’m at school I act like I’m on a job interview for the New York Attorney General’s Office. 

I love Baruch College. The staff is amazing. I want to graduate. 

If that’s not enough, I’m about to get $900 in my bank account because I’m a student at Baruch College.

In August, I’m about to get about $5,000 in my bank account because I’m a student at Baruch College. 

That money is in addition to the welfare, public assistance, cash assistance, food stamps, SNAP, I receive. 

I also have a job at school with RF CUNY that is going to pay me about $75 per week.

How many street homeless people in America or anywhere are receiving that type of money? 

I might be dumb, but I’m not that dumb. Baruch College is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that has made my life 10X more comfortable even though I’m living in the street homeless. Contrary to popular belief, street homeless people have bills too. 

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 storage room to keep my things and places to shower.

I’m street homeless because I have bad credit, no money, and evictions on my record. I don’t want to live in a homeless shelter.

I filed my 2021 taxes in January 2022.

I didn’t pay anything because I didn’t make anything. Nonetheless, it’s an example of how I live my life.

I wasn’t filing my taxes until the stellar staff at the LaGuardia Community College-CUNY financial aid office motivated me to get back on track with my taxes. I am forever grateful to them. The staff at CUNY is absolutely the best. 

YouTube short about New York City law enforcement harassing me.

This is a sample of a typical email I send to the Baruch College-CUNY staff: 

Thank you very much for the help the other day. 

Greetings, 

The support staff at CUNY is amazing. You and everyone else are as helpful as humanly possible and it’s appreciated. CUNY is the best college ever. 

Do I have to do anything else to become a journalism major? Am I now a journalism major or do I need COM 1010 and Spanish first? 

Please advise. 

Thank you again and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: A few Baruch College security guards running scams on me. 4/1/2022.

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Greetings Baruch College, 

First and foremost, I always treat everyone at Baruch College and CUNY with the utmost respect regardless of how they treat me and it’s not always nice. 

I just showed up at the library building a few minutes after 7 AM. The doors to the library were locked. 

I don’t usually visit this building, so I don’t know my way around it. 

I walked down the steps and towards to turnstiles to see if I could get to the library by the elevator. 

Two security guards purposely tried to bump into me right in front of the turnstiles. I didn’t say a word. 

Then another security guard tried to go through the turnstile at the same time as me, behind me, without respecting my space at all when the building is 99.9 percent empty. I’m not sure if there is a security camera there or not. 

I would not have even been in this building if the printer in the vertical building wasn’t broken for the past week. 

I did not say a word to any of the security guards about it. I can care less. 

I have a feeling I know what this is about but I’m not going to speculate in this email. 

I don’t know if there is a security video of what just happened or not.

I’m used to this kind of thing. People I know are still paying various law enforcement to harass me every day. 

I never mention a word about the NYPD to anyone at Baruch College or CUNY besides you. 

I don’t like complaining to you but I have to cover myself when there is probably security video with me surrounded by a bunch of security guards like I just robbed a bank. 

One more quick thing. 

Yesterday I was visiting some professors during office hours. Another coincidence. 

One of the professors who I used an email from the professor in my ongoing lawsuit against CUNY in the New York Court of Claims was standing between the exit and me. 

I politely said hi and that was it. 

I’m not sure if someone thinks I’m mad at the professor, I’m not. The professor did me a favor. In my humble opinion, the professor proved my case with the email. 

Even if I was unhappy with the professor, I wouldn’t say a word. I have worked a million hours to become a Journalsim Major at Baruch College.

Also, I believe the professor was told to send the email, I don’t believe it was the professors idea. I like the professor. The professor is a great teacher.

The same exact way I didn’t take it personally when I was put on probation from your office. I have no clue whose idea that was. Anything negative that happens to me I blame on law enforcement.

I respect and like you. Someone else might hold a grudge if they don’t understand the dynamic of how organizations and law enforcement work. 

I think you’re great and your whole office is doing a great job. I love this school. Nothing is perfect. 

I’ve been through hell and back in my life. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. 

I don’t want to go to another college. I love CUNY. 

I just have reason to believe that NYC law enforcement is running their usual scams (just now with the security guards, professors asking me to go off campus with an 18 year old woman, take our masks off and take pictures of each other and share all our personal information, last names, phone, email, etc. what does that have to do with school?) and I want to try and get help from a judge because the only government employees I’ve ever seen put some type of restraints on law enforcement is a judge and the courts. 

If I’m correct a judge’s name and decisions are connected to public record and all judges value their reputation. 

That is the total opposite of other government employees that just ignore the people when it’s convenient for them and there is no public record. 

For example, the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, the Public Advocate’s Office, the New York City Council, NYPD Internal Affairs, Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, US Attorney Southern District’s Office, etc. 

I don’t have an issue with the security guards. New York City law enforcement runs around and tells people at the post office, HRA, etc. to pull the same thing on me everywhere I go. I treat everyone at the post office, HRA, and here respectfully regardless of what’s going on. 

I have the highest tolerance for scams and insults against me that exists on the planet. 

In my opinion, everyone has to do what law enforcement says regardless of if it’s right or wrong. 

I mad at the people I grew up with that pay New York City law enforcement to harass me. I’m not mad at the people they are paying or random people that get wrapped up in this. 

The only ones who have the power to help me are judges and a few other random individuals that are almost impossible to reach. 

I’m making the best of the situation like always. I will continue to treat all the staff, students, etc. at Baruch College with the utmost respect even if they purposely try to bump into me, crash into me, ask me to share all my personal information and go off-campus and take pictures of 18-year-old women from my classes, etc. 

The police can’t believe I’ve survived all their abuse (arrested in Nassau County, broken arm, made homeless, robbed dozens of times, etc.) 

Now I’m getting thousands of visits on social media and it’s only a matter of a little luck and someone is going to reach out and lend me a hand and I’m going to get my life back.

In the meantime, I’m going to continue to act like​ a perfect student at Baruch College because without Baruch College I would have been toasted by law enforcement by now. You and everyone else here made my life 100X more comfortable than HRA would have without CUNY. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: NYC law enforcement goes back and fourth from Mark Pine is stalking women to he is having outbursts in class.

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People I know pay NYC law enforcement to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College.

One of my professors gave an assignment/exam with a small amount of time to figure it out. Therefore I contacted various resources around the school to try and get extra help.

This is college there are tons of resources available for help. Also, there are no excuses, I have to maintain a certain GPA for my student loans, etc. 

Now NYC law enforcement is going to take me asking for help as a window to say Mark Pine was mad at the professor and he had an outburst. 

I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. Regardless of what is going on. 

I have been living in the street homeless for the whole two years that I’ve been at full time student at LaGuardia Community College and Baruch College both at The City University of New York. 

I have never said one disrespectful word to anyone at Baruch College or LaGuardia Community College. 

I happen to like the professor that gave the assignment. Also, I’m working diligently to figure out the material so it will be OK.

Regardless of what happens I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. That includes professors and everyone. 

The class that I suspect NYC law enforcement is thinking about running their Mark Pine had an outburst lie, is an interesting class. There are at least a half a dozen students that violently bounce up and down and swing their legs around in their chairs during class for long stretches of time. It’s an interesting group. 

New York City law enforcement has audio of me from the years of them harassing me that would be totally in appropriate for school or a courtroom. NYC law enforcement edits the audio into new conversations to try and get me in trouble. They already did it once for my court case in Nassau County.

Opinion: Email to one of my Baruch College professors about student groups and pairs. February 12, 2022.

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Greetings Professor, 

First and foremost I treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. 

Second and foremost, I’ll gladly, happily, and respectfully do anything that you assign to the class. 

I was working on the homework right now and I had a thought that I wanted to ask you outside of class. 

Would it be possible to request that all communication and work between my podcasting partner and myself be done in the classroom on Tuesdays? 

I would prefer not to share any of my personal information with students for the sake of privacy and security. I would also prefer to interact with my podcasting partner(s) in a supervised classroom instead of an unsupervised location. 

I’m a very social people person outside of school, although at school I have my guard up due to several experiences I’ve had with students since starting at CUNY two years ago. 

When interacting with students, I treat them with the utmost respect. I only talk about schoolwork. I don’t joke around at all. I don’t talk about anything controversial. 

I just wanted to include that I love this class. The material is awesome. I think you’re a great professor and that you have designed a class that is very beneficial for students. 

I’ll do anything you tell me to do. I just wanted to let you know what’s on my mind just in case any accommodations can be made. Also, I didn’t want to approach you with this on the fly in class. I thought it would be better to bring this up via email in advance so you can answer when you are available. 

The thought of meeting with students off-campus and sharing personal information is very scary for me due to the astronomical amount of complaints from students against students in New York colleges. 

Almost 4K sexual violence complaints made at New York colleges (nypost.com)

Between you and me I’m street homeless. I don’t think that many parents would want their children sharing personal information and meeting with street homeless people outside of the classroom. 

Also, my personal data/information isn’t secure at all. I have been robbed four separate times in the past two months. People stole my phone four separate times in Midtown Manhattan in the past four months. 

I have woken up with my phones and laptops missing so many times over the years I lost count. Then when I get my phone back I see people have gone into my accounts and sent messages, erased things, uploaded pictures into my accounts, contacted people, and everything else you can imagine. 

I have so many police reports reporting all the times I’ve been robbed that I literally lost count because I’ve been street homeless for five years.

On a positive note, I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. Homeless people have a bad reputation so I like to include that when I mention that I’m homeless. 

In regards to schoolwork I’m moving full steam ahead. I almost always turn in homework on time or early. I don’t care about grades at all. Luckily I’ve been on the Dean’s List for the past four or five semesters.

In regards to student loans and the welfare office, all I need is a C or D. I’m happy to earn As and Bs although I’m at Baruch College to learn and elevate my situation which is what I’m doing. 

Also, the welfare office tells everyone that if a man looks at a woman if it’s determined to be leering, all food and benefits will immediately be discontinued, and the person will have to eat at soup kitchens. I have eaten at some soup kitchens in New York City and to be honest I’d rather eat dog food, it’s probably safer. If I’m correct, Baruch College has a leering policy as well. 

That is why I would feel more comfortable in a supervised atmosphere. Also, I’m glad I remembered to mention to you that I’m street homeless because I don’t want any parents to complain to the school and cause anyone any grief. 

I’m not embarrassed about being street homeless at all. From a legal standpoint if you would like to announce to the class that Mark Pine is street homeless is there anyone that wouldn’t mind being in a group with him. There is a good chance that students could see me sleeping in the subway so there is no point trying to hide it. 

Thanks to CUNY and HRA I have places to shower, keep my things, wash my clothes, etc. Unfortunately, I don’t like living in homeless shelters so I have to sleep in the subway or on benches when it’s warm.

I’ll be honest I’m in better spirits now than I was when I was living on the Upper East Side, always behind on my rent. Of course, my number one goal is to get back into an apartment, I’m just saying living in an apartment that I couldn’t afford wasn’t the most fun I’ve ever had. At least now I don’t have that hanging over my head twenty-four hours per day. 

I make videos on social media talking about how I’m street homeless. I’m trying to raise awareness about how there are a lot of homeless people like myself that just have bad credit and no money. We work. We go to school. We are trying to elevate our situation.

The general public thinks every homeless person is pushing a shopping cart yelling at an imaginary friend. Plus, drunk and on drugs. I have met many homeless people that have normal jobs and are trying to elevate their situation. 

I’m more than happy to pair up with any student you assign. I’m just a little cautious about having unsupervised contact with students outside of class. 

Please let me know if you require any additional information from me and any feedback would be appreciated. Regardless of what the decision is, I’ll make the best of it like I always do and I’ll continue to treat everyone professionally and with the utmost respect.

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

Opinion: Email to a professor about maintaining my privacy amongst students during a class speech. February 12, 2022.

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Greetings Professor,

I am loving the information I’m learning in this class. It’s actually fun. I feel like I’m almost taking an acting class. 

I just turned in discussion board homework 3 and I’m working on the speech. 

I was curious if I have to use my full name in my speech – Mark Pine ? 

I try to maintain my privacy from students when possible due to the alarming number of complaints from students against students in New York colleges every year. If I’m correct the number is in the thousands just in New York every year.

There has been New York education staff saying the situation is out of control.  

Almost 4K sexual violence complaints made at New York colleges (nypost.com)

I have literally had students start to yell and scream at me in the middle of CUNY classes that I have absolutely no idea who they are and never said one word to the person. Nor have I ever made one statement in a class that was even borderline controversial. 

It’s also been stated that students that don’t have wealthy parents, such as me, who can cut the check to lawyers to fend off false or true accusations are the ones who get in trouble when complaints are logged against them. 

If I have to share my full name during the speech of course I’ll gladly do it. Your one of my favorite professors, the class flies by. If I’m allowed to use just my first name or change my last name, I would prefer that if possible. If not it’s no big deal I just wanted to ask. 

Please advise. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

Opinion: The lawsuit I filed against CUNY.

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The City University of New York Lawsuit 

Disclaimers: I’m not a lawyer. Verify everything yourself. I’m a pro se plaintiff suing The City University of New York in the New York Court of Claims. The case is ongoing. The claim number is 137416.

January 16, 2022

I would like to sue The City University of New York for $150,000.00 for intentional tort. 

Before I get into the information that is within the ninety days requirement of evidence for filing a lawsuit, I would like to include a few things that I believe are important about this situation. 

There is absolutely no animosity or negativity from me towards The City University of New York (CUNY). 

One reason for this lawsuit is to secure my future at The City University of New York as a student and eventually graduate student. 

I love The City University of New York. The student support staff, the professors, the maintenance team, the security guards, and the students are as good as it gets. I am very appreciative to be part of the CUNY family. 

The United States Government and the New York Government have done a fantastic job setting up the CUNY platform to help people like myself succeed. 

When I started at CUNY I didn’t have a phone. I didn’t have a laptop. I didn’t have anything. I was living in the street homeless with about $5 per day for food given to me from the public assistance office (Human Resources Administration). 

I’m still living in the street homeless. Contrary to popular belief about homeless people I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t date. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. I have and would starve before I would steal. 

Now thanks to CUNY, student loans, and HRA, I have laptops. I have phones. I have places to shower. I have clothes. CUNY and HRA saved my life. 

I have been full-time at CUNY for five semesters. My GPA is 3.875. I have been on the Dean’s List every semester. 

There were a couple of semesters where my GPA was a 4.0 while living in the street homeless. 

In addition to my past success at CUNY, because I’m 45 years old and have had decades to think about school strategies, I have already started studying for the most difficult classes months or years before they begin so I can continue to enjoy learning. 

For example, I have already started studying for Math and Spanish months and years before I plan on taking them. 

Studying in advance makes it a lot easier. I believe that proves my dedication and respect for CUNY and my education. 

CUNY didn’t show up on my doorstep, I showed up on theirs. CUNY was doing just fine without me. I haven’t done anything for CUNY, they have done everything for me. 

That is why I always treat everyone at CUNY with the absolute utmost respect at all times. That is regardless of what is going on. 

I don’t care if someone at CUNY pours a can of paint on my head, punches me in the face, and snaps my laptop in half. I will walk away without saying a word and report it to the Manhattan District Attorney or NYPD. 

I never bring up a word about anything going on in my life with anyone at CUNY besides the Dean via email. 

I never partake in any controversial conversations at CUNY. 

I never socialize with anyone, female or male, at CUNY. When I’m at CUNY I only talk about school. I never talk about anything else. 

I would not ever hit on or try to date any woman at CUNY. After what the NYPD and NYC law enforcement has put me through with women I can’t imagine ever dating again. 

If I do every date again, the only thing I know for sure is that it’s won’t be any woman connected with CUNY.

Now let’s get to the negativity. 

People I know are paying the NYPD and other New York City law enforcement to try and get me kicked out of CUNY right now today. 

Right now on January 24, 2022, my phone number is blocked from calling NYPD headquarters, NYPD Internal Affairs, all the NYPD Precincts. 

The New York FBI blocked my phone number. 

The US Attorney Southern District Blocked my phone number. 

The Civilian Complaint Review Board has not helped me at all. 

The Manhattan Borough President’s office hasn’t helped me at all. 

The New York City Public Advocates office hasn’t helped me at all. 

In the last ninety days, I have had my cell phone stolen 4 separate times in Midtown Manhattan. 

The NYPD told me they made police reports for three of the phones, the NYPD 1 Precinct refused to give me a police report for the fourth phone.

The following are the strategies that NYC law enforcement is using right now and in the past ninety days to get me kicked out of Baruch College. 

The NYPD is blocking me from taking courses I need to graduate at CUNY. The NYPD just goes to whoever is in charge of schedules and takes away certain classes I need to graduate and/or the NYPD has members of their student team fill up the classes I need before I’m able to sign up for the classes. 

The NYPD has it set up at CUNY where their student team can sign up for classes before any other students are allowed to sign up. 

There are several CUNY staff, CUNY professors, and CUNY students helping NYC law enforcement try and sabotage me at CUNY. 

I’m going on the record right now and saying I don’t take it personally that CUNY staff and CUNY students are working with NYC law enforcement to sabotage me and trying to get me kicked out of school over a bunch of lies. 

NYC law enforcement harasses me every day. I can’t blame anyone for trying to avoid being abused by NYC law enforcement. 

Also, I believe that NYC law enforcement has the ability to have almost any staff member at CUNY fired if the CUNY staff member doesn’t do what NYC law enforcement tells her/him. 

Therefore if a member of the CUNY staff tried to help me, it wouldn’t accomplish anything, and she/he might end up having to sleep in a chair on the subway as I do. I can’t blame anyone for trying to avoid that fate. 

That is why I don’t have any animosity towards anyone at CUNY even the staff and students that are trying to sabotage me and get me kicked out of CUNY on behalf of NYC law enforcement. 

I never mention a word about the staff, students, and professors, trying to sabotage me at CUNY to their faces, even when it’s totally obvious. I just play along and keep quiet. 

Here are the scams NYC law enforcement is using right now and in the past ninety days to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College.

1.       NYC law enforcement will/has forced my professors to pair me up with a woman or several women in my classes at Baruch College. Then NYC law enforcement will make the woman/women and me share all our personal information. For example, full name, email, phone number, etc. 

Then NYC law enforcement will remotely access my phone or laptop or both or wait until I’m sleeping and look the woman/women from school up from my devices. 

Then NYC law enforcement will send messages to the women through social media, email, etc. that are totally inappropriate. 

I would never speak with any student, female or male, outside of school or in school unless it’s mandatory for a class. 

Anytime I have to interact with students when it’s mandatory I only talk about school and I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. 

NYC law enforcement has taken all the fun out of college for me. 

I’m scared to talk with anyone out of fear that NYC law enforcement is going to order the person to make up lies about what I said. 

NYC law enforcement has students, staff, and professors, that they are connected with cut me off, crash into me, and hold their phones in my face like they are under attack when I’m minding my own business carefully walking through the halls. 

I respectfully keep to myself in regards to students at my college. I’m a people person. I enjoy meeting people. Under the circumstances, I find it best to keep to myself at Baruch College. 

If you look at my social media, several posts say that NYC law enforcement will not stop harassing me please help. 

I don’t think it would be appropriate to speak with students, professors, staff, or anyone at CUNY / Baruch College about NYC law enforcement harassing me. 

I’m definitely not trying to meet or date any women at CUNY or anywhere for that matter at this time. 

2.       NYC law enforcement will have a professor assign some type of out loud reading in front of the whole class. The reading will get me to say some crazy things that I would never say that are totally inappropriate. For example, NYC law enforcement likes to use racist material in these types of circumstances. NYC law enforcement also likes to try and get me to say things about conspiracy theories.  

It’s already happened and I respectfully declined. Now NYC law enforcement is forcing me into situations where I have to follow their instructions. 

Then the professor will say she/he never assigned me to say the crazy things they made me say. The whole entire class, professor, everyone will say they are terrified of me, and no one is coming back to school until I’m gone.

3.       NYC law enforcement will have students, staff, and professors crash into me, cut me off, and shove their phones in my face, on and off-campus. Then the students will say Mark Pine is stalking the person, picking fights with the person, Mark Pine is a menace, etc.

4.       NYC law enforcement will have a professor talk about a controversial topic. Then NYC law enforcement will get the professor and the whole class to lie and say Mark Pine had some type of outburst in class. 

Then NYC law enforcement will edit some of the audio of me reporting NYC law enforcement on the phone while NYC law enforcement was harassing me and say the audio was directed towards students, staff, and professors at Baruch College CUNY. 

5. NYC law enforcement has several hundreds of hours of audio of me complaining about them on various government agencies’ voicemails. 

NYC law enforcement can and has easily edited the audio and say the audio was directed towards people at CUNY / Baruch College.

If taken out of context the audio would be totally inappropriate for CUNY and this courtroom. 

For example, I have made comments on district attorneys’ and US Attornies’ voicemails that were pertinent to my ongoing battle with NYC law enforcement. The statements I left on the district attornies and US attornies voicemails would be totally inappropriate for this courtroom and CUNY.

I believe in the United States Government and New York State judicial system. 

I know we need police or we would all be dead. Still, that’s no excuse for the NYPD to take money to ruin my life. Whenever I interact with the NYPD in person I treat them with the utmost respect at all times. 

Thank you and have a great day.