Opinion: NYC law enforcement has people blowing vape smoke in my face almost every day.

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Here is the situation. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t do anything illegal. I’m 45 and I don’t have a criminal record at all. 

People I know pay NYC law enforcement to harass me every day. 

One of the things NYC law enforcement does to harass me is drug me. NYC law enforcement has members of their plain clothes lie and scam team sneak up on me and blow vape smoke in my face. They have done it hundreds of times. 

Disclaimers: I’m not a doctor. If you have an emergency call 911. Use this information at your own risk. This is my opinion.

After NYC law enforcement has their lie and scam team blow vape smoke in my face I go to various emergency rooms in New York City. 

Every time I’ve gone to any emergency room and said someone blew vape smoke in my face they test my blood or urine to see what’s going on. This has been going on for years. 

Every time the hospital says the blood and urine is 100% clean. No drugs or alcohol. 

Tonight February 18, 2022, a hospital gave me back the drug test and said it tested positive. I asked if I could speak with a doctor and see what was going on and they said no and to get out immediately. The people at the hospital started to be very rude for no reason and they started insulting me.

I immediately pressed record on my phone recorder just in case they had plans to lie and say I was rude to get me banned from the hospital.

Now that I have the audio backed up in Google Vault. I can show that the hospital staff was insulting me and I continued to treat them with the utmost respect at all times. 

Once I realized I couldn’t see a doctor and the people who I was asking for help weren’t helping me, I just left. The hospital is a very good hospital. I don’t care that a few of the staff insulted me and tried to pick a fight with me. I just continue to act respectfully because I’m going back to the hospital again in the future. 

Now I’m at a different hospital. Again I’m not giving names because I don’t want to get sued for defamation. 

I’m going to tell the NYC hospital I’m at now that someone blew vape smoke in my face when they are checking me in. I’m also going to respectfully and politely ask for a drug test. I don’t care if its blood, urine, etc. 

If they say no at that point I’m going to show them the other test from the other hospital with a positive. I’ll say that I never do drugs but I have had people that I don’t know blow vape smoke in my face and this is the first time I’ve had a positive after many times of being tested and I want to know what’s going on. 

Regardless if this hospital helps me or not I’m going to treat everyone here with the utmost respect the same way I treated everyone at the other hospital with the utmost respect. 

Opinion: Controversial conversations at Baruch College. February 11, 2022.

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Greetings Baruch College,

Next week in one of my classes we are reviewing a book that contains controversial writing about the US government, FBI and police. I’m going on the record right now I’m not saying one negative word ever at Baruch College about the US Government, FBI, and police.

Outside of school/CUNY is a different story. I’ll complain all day long when I’m outside of school to people that are NOT connected with CUNY.

Last semester I would skip classes when I knew there was going to be a discussion about a controversial topic.

This semester I want to have a 100 percent attendance record so I’m not skipping any more classes. I’m just going to keep 100 percent quiet. If the professor calls on me for an answer it’s going to be I love the US government, I love the FBI, and I especially love the police. Everyone is doing their best with what they have to work with.

Outside of school I’m launching lawsuits against all of them. I don’t have any points to get across to anyone at CUNY besides I respect everyone with the utmost respect humanly possible.

My goals are to continue to treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times and only talk about school never anything personal.

Graduate from CUNY.

Have a positive impact on society.

Get back into an apartment so I don’t have to sleep in the subway.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

Opinion: Baruch College kept me out of jail.

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Now NYC law enforcement is making up lies to try and have me kicked out.

Disclaimers: If you have an emergency, call 911. I’m not an attorney. If you need legal advice, talk with a lawyer. This is my opinion. Verify everything yourself. 

People I know pay NYC law enforcement to harass and sabotage me. They don’t care who I tell. They won’t stop. 

Baruch College probably saved me from going to jail. 

If NYC law enforcement got me in a cage, they would do horrible things to me, the food I eat, etc. If anyone in social media land doesn’t believe me, I’ll swing by the office of any major social media platform, and I’ll show you what NYC law enforcement has done to me. 

NYC law enforcement wrote me thousands of dollars in tickets that I was able to pay thanks to my student loans and money I earned delivering food. That is before NYC law enforcement wrote me thousands of dollars in tickets for riding a regular bicycle while delivering food. 

NYC law enforcement wrote me approximately 11 tickets on subways and busses. Do you know anyone that received that many tickets? I paid all but two. I just paid about $500 to the MTA. 

I have no criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t do anything illegal. 

Another way Baruch College saved me from almost having to go to jail was by affording me the ability to be able to pay for a legal website. I was able to ask attornies questions. 

What happened was the Nassau County Police Department took audio of me that NYC law enforcement is in possession of. The audio is of me complaining about NYC law enforcement on the phone while they are attacking and teasing me. 

Thanks to Baruch College I was able to pay my phone bill in advance for more than a year. If it wasn’t for Baruch College, I wouldn’t even have a phone. I’d be in jail.

Nassau County law enforcement bought a phone and said it was mine. Nassau County law enforcement edited the audio that NYC law enforcement has of me and created new conversations with people who work for Nassau County Police Headquarters. 

The people at Nassau County Police Headquarters signed sworn statements that the calls were real.

The scam that Nassau County law enforcement ran on me is similar to the movie from 1989 called “Tango and Cash.” 

Thanks to Baruch College I was able to pay for the website that allowed me to ask lawyers questions. 

My public defender was trying to sabotage my case because he was hand-selected by NYC law enforcement. 

The Nassau County District Attorney knew I was innocent and pretended they didn’t know.

I’ve been calling the NYC District Attorney and left messages asking for help.

Once NYC law enforcement saw that I figured out how to decently represent myself and that I wasn’t going to use their public defender, they let me go with a violation. 

I’m going on the record and saying the judge was very fair. Everyone else involved was breaking the law in my nonattorney, civilian, opinion.

One of the reasons NYC law enforcement let me go is because they are going to try and use a similar scam to get me kicked out of Baruch College. They didn’t want me exposing them in the court record, and then they were going to turn around and use the same exact scam. 

NYC law enforcement also is trying to get rid of my actual phone. Thanks to Baruch College, I was able to pay for 14 months in advance. My phone bill is paid over a year in advance. 

I have called various law enforcement and government agencies thousands of times. If I didn’t, NYC law enforcement could have just had a few people shove their phones in my face, crash into me, etc., and make up lies and say he started with them.  

I’m always respectful to the NYPD in person and everyone else who works for the government including everyone at Baruch College and CUNY. 

My issue is not with any of you. It’s with the high-ranking members of NYC law enforcement that took money to ruin my life. I am trying to expose them legally. They aren’t happy about that.

New York City law enforcement is going to try and lie and say I was rude to several people at Baruch College. Of course, they will have several eye witnesses. It’s the same scam they use over and over. I’m not giving up.

Opinion: My student loans and NYC law enforcement.

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People I know are paying NYC law enforcement to try and sabotage me. NYC law enforcement doesn’t want me to get my student loans. If I’m correct, I believe my student loans are supposed to be direct deposited into my account anyday.

NYC law enforcment tried to set me up and lock me up, it didn’t work. NYC law enforcment was able to sabotage my money and I’ve been homeless for five years.

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

Disclaimers: This is my opinion. If you have an emergency call 911.

How do I plan on spending my student loans?

I pay my phone bill months in advance.

I have tickets to pay. DMV and MTA.

New laptop.

Not one penny goes to anything besides being productive.

How does NYC law enforcement plan on trying to get me kicked out of college?

A few ways.

NYC law enforcement sends people in regular clothes, not uniform, to try and pick fights me with every day.

The number one way NYC law enforcement is trying to have me kicked out of Baruch College is a scam that was featured in the 1989 movie “Tango and Cash.”

NYC law enforcment has edited audio of me reporting them into new conversations. They are going to say my words were directed to students, staff, and professors at Baruch College.

Of course, NYC law enforcement will have as many witnesses as they think they need. Moreover, NYC law enforcement has people shove their phones in my face several times per day.

If anyone has any ideas how to legally deal with this please let me know.

Opinion: Emails to Baruch College about being thrown out of school. September 13, 2021.

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Thank you for the information. 

This week I made two student grievances. 

  1. A few sentences about attendance being included in CUNY first so students know what their attendance record is. Also, I mentioned that I believe there should be more security cameras inside Baruch College. 
  2. The second student grievance was a few sentences about a student purposely trying to crash into me on a day the school was almost empty, and there were no classes. 

That’s grounds for being thrown out of Baruch College?  

I 100% respect you. I will always treat you with the utmost respect at all times. Regardless if we agree with each other or not. 

Regardless of what happens, I don’t blame you. I know there are a lot of other factors involved. 

I’m a model and respectful student. The only time I ever get reprimanded is for reporting things at school. It’s never for my behavior.

I always treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. That includes professors, students, security guards, and staff. 

I’m making the best out of the situation like always, and hopefully, I won’t be expelled from school for respectfully reporting issues at school.

I just read that a disciplinary sanction means you’re trying to have me thrown out of school for reporting that I’m being harassed. 

I have no animosity towards you or anyone at Baruch College. With that being said I am going to take this up with the 


Hopefully, I’ll have time to sue before I’m kicked out of school. I only want to be treated fairly and have someone from the courts look at the claims against me and clear my record because I don’t believe I ever did anything wrong. 

I’ve had excellent experiences with judges in my life, and the only time I hear from CUNY is to tell me I’m doing something wrong when reporting that I’m being harassed. 

Last semester the police arrested me and charged me with a misdemeanor. 

The police took audio of me and edited it into new conversations, exactly like the movie “Tango and Cash” from 1989. 

The police proceeded to buy a phone with cash and call Nassau County Police Headquarters. The police had the civilians at Nassau County Police Headquarters sign sworn statements saying the calls were real. 

Long story short, I respectfully and thoughtfully navigated the case so well that the judge let me go with a violation. 

I could have been completely exonerated, but the police were playing so dirty that I didn’t want to take any chances. I took the vio and ran. Needless to say, I haven’t been back to Nassau County. 

Right before the case started the police went into both of my CUNY emails that were on double verification, Baruch College and LaGuardia Community College, and erased dozens or hundreds of emails that would have helped my case. 

They also erased emails between LaGuardia Community College security and me discussing times when I was harassed at LaGuardia Community by students. 

Additional emails erased were between the Nassau County Executive’s Office and me. I was reporting that the police won’t stop harassing me. 

I understand you are just doing your job. 

I don’t hold you responsible for any of this. I still hope to make you proud of me one day. 

I’m 45 years old. I’m smart enough to know that I have no idea what’s happening behind the scenes at Baruch College and CUNY. For all I know, you might be my biggest ally and supporter.

I’ll stop using the sg form forever. 

You told me to stop contacting anyone at CUNY about people I grew up with paying NYC law enforcement to harass me, and I did. 

I was in the emergency room of two hospitals three times this week. Nothing COVID-related or contagious. 

The police were harassing me like usual.

In the meantime, I’ll stop using the sg form forever under any circumstances.  

I’m not sure what sg I ever submitted that wasn’t pertaining to Baruch College, although I’m sure I’ll find out.

I never heard any feedback from any of the sg forms I filled out.  

I’m in jeopardy of being out of school for respectfully reporting that I’m being harassed and other things pertaining to what’s going on at school.

I still have never been shown one email or sg that didn’t pertain to CUNY or that was inappropriate after respectfully asking a few times. I’ve only been threatened. 

Since the start of this semester, I’ve already started to turn in homework that isn’t due until October and November in September. 

Currently, I’m spending 10 or 12 hours per day on schoolwork. 

One more time, I don’t blame you or anyone at Baruch College for any of this. I blame a few high-ranking members of NYC law enforcement and the people I grew up with who pay them to sabotage me. 

I’m a fan and respect everyone at Baruch College.

I look forward to respectfully clearing my name and succeeding at Baruch College. 

I hope I don’t get kicked out of Baruch College. If I do, I’m going to cold call every professional investment company in America and any other country T Mobile will allow me to call for free 15 hours per day until someone invests in one of my startups. 

If by some miracle a professional investor gives me six or seven figures as an investment that would be turning lemons into lemonade.

There is no point in complaining because everyone has their own issues. 

If I do raise the money, you’re going to be the first person I email and I know you will be proud of me knowing that I’ve been street homeless for five years while earning all As at CUNY. 

I’m not going to contact anyone to try and mediate this inside CUNY. I’m going to file a lawsuit with the New York State Court of Claims. There is no animosity attached to the lawsuit. I just want a judge to look at all this and try to have my record cleared because I want to attend Baruch College and the CUNY journalism school. 

Whatever I have to do, please let me know. Hopefully, I get another chance. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

Next email.


If you see my email signature at school doesn’t have anything about the police in it anymore. 

I was just looking at the email I sent you and in my email signature was information about the police.

I’m not even going to speculate how it got in there. I removed it. 

There has not been any mention of the police in my email signature this whole semester in any emails I’ve sent at Baruch College. 

The only email that included information about the police in my email signature was the email I just sent you because I didn’t realize it was in there. 

Thank you and have a great day.  

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

Opinion: NYC law enforcement is editing audio of me reporting them into new conversations.

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People I know are paying New York City law enforcement to try and ruin my life.

New York City law enforcement is editing audio of me reporting them to various government agencies.

NYC law enforcement is going to claim my words were directed towards professors, students, and staff at Baruch College.

NYC law enforcement already did the same thing to me several times before.

The same audio scam was used in the movie “Tango and Cash” from 1989. Can you imagine the technology they have today, compared with then?

New York City law enforcement will also have all the witnesses they need to back up their lies. I’m confident they will have video to go with their audio. Especially because I wear a mask the majority of the time.

New York City law enforcement has their plain-clothes sabotage team shove their phones in my face every day.

I’m always polite to the police when I see them in person. The members of NYC law enforcement that people I know pay the harass me aren’t interacting with the public. They are behind the scenes.

Use this information at your own risk. Verify everything yourself. If you have an emergency call 911. This is my opinion.

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Opinion: The reason I think New York City changed the hours that the subway is closed.

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New York law enforcement has completely lost their minds. That includes the New York FBI, NYPD, Nassau County Police Department, and others. 

Disclaimers: If you have an emergency, call 911. Use this information at your own risk. All information is subject to change. I’m not a lawyer. I’m not a doctor. Verify all information yourself. This is my opinion. I don’t work for the government. 

If you require information about COVID-19, you can find it here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

New York law enforcement is getting paid regardless if we all starve or not. Personally, I think they would prefer that a lot of us starve. 

In my opinion, New York law enforcement talks with whoever is in charge and says, let’s close the subway for X hours per night. New York law enforcement can care less if we all drop dead. 

Here are two examples of why I think that:

  1. Are there any neighborhoods that you would be cautious to walk through at night? Why? The United States goes overseas and secures some of the most dangerous places. Why can’t they secure America? Why should one person live in a safe neighborhood and another person is unsafe? One reason is that law enforcement and the bureaucrats who direct them can care less about us. 
  2. When I walk around Midtown Manhattan at night, I don’t see enough NYPD officers in the streets, in their cars, etc. I think there are too many NYPD members drinking coffee and eating sandwiches at the precincts instead of patrolling the streets. How many police officers are being paid to sleep in the precincts at night? How many do you see in the street? You tell me. 

If you are a regular productive person, you will probably have difficulty imagining what law enforcement is really up to. For example, tampering with people’s food, setting people up, having girls hook up with people and say they mistreated them, etc. That’s a big part of the day for some, not all, of law enforcement. 

When New York City closed the subway from 1 AM to 5 AM they said it was to clean it. I will say that I did see a lot more cleaning than in the past. I just disagree that the subway had to be closed to be cleaned. 

How many subway stations do they clean at the same time? Even at the height of the cleaning or now, I look into subway stations to see what’s going on at night and the majority of the time there is no one cleaning. 

The reason I suspect New York law enforcement told the city to close the subway from 1 AM to 5 AM for so long is so more of the police can sleep at night. The police have a lot of people under surveillance. If people can’t move around the city, the New York FBI, NYPD, etc., don’t have to follow them around the city as much at night. 

Also, civilians don’t know that regular people who work for the police conduct a lot of the surveillance done by the NYPD. The NYPD, NCPD, and others have a large number of civilians running around for them. I call them the NYPD civilian lie and scam team. 

The NYPD has civilians they use to follow people around, pick fights with people to get them in trouble, rob people, and hook up with people and say they were assaulted. If I had to guess, the number of civilians that the NYPD has working for them off the record is in the tens of thousands. They are throwing our tax dollars in the garbage. 

If you are doing anything illegal, I suggest you stop. The US government has so many informants working for them it’s not even funny. All ages, female, male, etc. The government has whole families working for them. 

When I heard the subway will soon change the hours they are closed, I suspect I know why. Of course, it’s impossible to prove. 

I’m not naming names because it’s not essential. I suspect high power business owners in New York City went to the powers that be and said, what the hell is going on? If you don’t open the subway, we will leave and take a lot of money out of the city. 

New York law enforcement would have kept the subway closed from 1 AM to 5 AM forever if you let them. Now New York law enforcement has to spend more time following people like me around every night. People I know pay the police to harass me every day including today. 

That’s just my theory. I don’t know this for a fact. Let me know if you agree or not. 

I’m about to launch a lawsuit against the IRS in February.

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People I know paid New York law enforcement to sabotage my 600. They went to the IRS and took my payment off direct deposit.

Now New York law enforcement can hold my check and give it to me whenever they want, which might be never. I file my taxes in February so they can’t lie and say I’m not on top of my game with the IRS. I get direct deposits from other organizations with no issue.

IRS lawsuit coming soon.

Use this information at your own risk. I don’t work for the government.

All I’m saying is that it’s my opinion that when the FBI and police tell the IRS to take my account off direct deposit and make it a check, I personally believe that the IRS did it. You can tell them I said it, I can care less.

I always treat everyone at the IRS with the utmost respect at all times. The IRS staff who took my 600 off direct deposit and made it a check aren’t interacting with the public on the phone or at the offices open to the public. They are layers behind those people.

Even if I did meet them in person I wouldn’t be disrespectful because if they don’t do what the FBI and Police tell them, law enforcement will have them fired or worse.

New York law enforcement sabotages me at every government agency I interact with and a lot of private companies too. HRA, IRS, USPS, CUNY, DMV, etc.

Regardless of how much the US government and their team discriminates against me, I still treat their employees with the utmost respect in person. Hopefully, one day it will be exposed and improve.

God bless everyone who is being tortured by the US government and governments around the world.