Greetings Higher Education Services Corporation, Office of Higher Education, FBI, NYPD, and others.
I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times, no matter what.
Treating people respectfully at Baruch College is more important than anything.
I never cheat on any tests, homework assignments, etc., at Baruch College.
I never talk about anything negative or controversial at Baruch College. That includes never talking about how New York City law enforcement and their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team are constantly harassing me.
People I know pay New York City law enforcement to sabotage me, harass me, tease me, rob me, etc.
Law enforcement doesn’t have any oversight at all in the United States, so they don’t have the slightest concern about getting caught.
NYPD Internal Affairs and every internal affairs I’ve ever interacted with is a complete scam.
The FBI agents and police officers that get in trouble are a fraction of one percent of the crime that law enforcement is committing.
I’ve already documented all the ways that New York City law enforcement is trying to get me kicked out of The City University of New York / Baruch College.
You can read about the scams New York City law enforcement is using to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College in the Mark Pine vs The City University of New York lawsuit exhibits.
I’m not an attorney.
I’m representing myself.
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 treat everyone at Baruch College professionally and respectfully no matter what.
I don’t make friends at Baruch College.
I’m not looking to date any women at Baruch College.
I’m sure there are a lot of great people at Baruch College.
New York City law enforcement is constantly harassing me.
I find under the circumstances, it’s best to keep to myself.
New York City law enforcement has a civilian team of professors, staff, and students at Baruch College that are constantly harassing me.
I just play along and either ignore them or just act politely and pretend I don’t know what they are doing.
I have a 3.8 GPA at Baruch College, with 8 classes left to graduate.
These are some of the scams that New York City law enforcement has in store to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College.
New York City law enforcement has been running these scams on me already and will continue to run the same scams on me because they don’t have anyone stopping them.
1. New York City law enforcement has female and male Baruch College students crash into me and shove their phones in my face.
That’s been done hundreds of times.
On campus, off campus, in the street, subway, hallways at school, bathrooms, etc.
2. New York City law enforcement has Baruch College professors try to set me up for plagiarism and cheating scams.
For example, Baruch College professors will tell me to copy and paste something and email it to them.
I make a note on the material explaining the instructions.
Then the professor will yell at me, saying I was just supposed to send the material without notating that I was told to copy, paste, and send.
3. New York City law enforcement has my professors put me into in-class student groups and pairs in classes.
Then the students in the groups will start asking for my phone number and email.
I politely and respectfully say I prefer to maintain my privacy.
Then the students in the in-class groups will complain about me and harass me the whole time.
I will pretend I don’t know what they are doing and just act respectfully and take the abuse.
4. New York City law enforcement will have Baruch College professors send the whole class everyone’s contact information.
Then, New York City law enforcement will impersonate me and contact students from my classes.
I would never contact a Baruch College student in class or out of class unless it’s mandatory for a class group.
Anytime I interact with Baruch College students for a mandatory class group, I treat the student or students professionally.
I only talk about school.
I don’t joke around.
I don’t socialize.
I just take the abuse and don’t respond when they harass me.
5. New York City law enforcement has tens of billions of dollars with absolutely no oversight at all.
That leads to some hi-tech scams that are beyond most people’s imaginations.
Lucky for me, I know people that have been paying New York City law enforcement to commit crimes for decades, so I know their scams.
Law enforcement has thousands of hours of audio of me arguing on the phone with the FBI, NYPD 911, etc.
I’ve called the FBI bank robbery extensions and NYPD 911 over 20,000 times to report law enforcement for harassing me.
Law enforcement would like to take the audio of me reporting them and say it happened at Baruch College or on the phone with someone from Baruch College.
New York City law enforcement has people from Baruch College pick up NYPD 911 and 311, pretend they work for the New York City Police and argue with me on the phone.
Of course, law enforcement can have staff, professors, and students at Baruch College act as witnesses and back up any lie.
For example, New York City law enforcement would like to take audio of me arguing on the phone with law enforcement or complaining about law enforcement and edit the audio, video, or both into a new conversation between me and one or more people at Baruch College.
I never mention law enforcement to anyone at Baruch College.
New York City law enforcement could have 1,000 people at Baruch College back up any lie they want and act as witnesses.
New York City law enforcement has hundreds of Baruch College students running scams in return for an automatic 3.0 GPA or higher.
6. Of course, New York City law enforcement always has Baruch College female students trying to set me up as a stalker.
If someone offered me a million dollars upfront to have a cup of coffee with a female Baruch College student, staff member, or professor, I would say no because I would think it was a law enforcement setup.
Dating is the quickest way to get kicked out of Baruch College.
Today is July 23, 2023, at 9 AM.
Law enforcement and their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team have already started harassing me today.
The last thing I’m thinking about is dating.
All I want to do is earn money so I can defend myself legally and properly sue law enforcement and others.
If I dated a woman, either she would have to say I did something improper or law enforcement would make her life a living hell.
Law enforcement are professionals at harassing people.
I’m making it my life’s work to expose United States law enforcement and try to clean it up.
7. Law enforcement has Baruch College students start yelling at me during classes and then chase me around the school.
I ignore them and report it.
I just run away.
8. I don’t care if a Baruch College teacher, staff member, or student pours a can of paint on my head, curses me out, and throws my laptop and phone out the window.
I will say thank you and walk away.
Success is the only form of revenge for me.
9. I’m sure New York City law enforcement has a million artificial intelligence scams planned for me this semester.
I don’t cheat.
I don’t need to cheat.
For example, I just checked, and this message is already over 1,500 words.
If you look at my Grammarly.com account, I’ve written millions of words.
I don’t have a problem writing or doing my schoolwork.
New York City law enforcement has full remote control access to my laptop and phone.
New York City law enforcement can see everything I do on my laptop and phone.
If I did anything illegal or cheated, New York City law enforcement would know right away.
New York City law enforcement blocks me from using the Baruch College Wi-Fi, and if they allow me to connect, it’s at slower speeds than everyone else.
There is more, although that’s enough for now.
If anyone has ideas on how I can legally get New York City law enforcement to stop harassing me, please let me know.
Thank you and have a great day.