In my opinion, a fraction of 1 percent of the crime committed by the NYPD and New York City law enforcement ends up in convictions.
People I know pay the NYPD and New York City law enforcement to harass me.
I suspect the same people I know pay law enforcement in other jurisdictions and states to commit a variety of crimes.
Law enforcement doesn’t have any oversight at all, so it’s not a problem that I’m reporting them to hundreds of government agencies.
I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t date.
Law enforcement chased away my web marketing clients, so here I am, making the best of it.
New York City law enforcement has a plain clothes civilian lie and scam team of thousands of women and men that run scams for them.
New York City law enforcement’s civilian lie and scam team don’t officially work for the government or law enforcement.
That would defeat the whole purpose of the scam team.
One of the many things New York City law enforcement uses their plain clothes lie and scam team for is to drug me.
For example, New York City law enforcement has their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team blows marijuana smoke and vape mist in my face.
There are few benefits for New York City law enforcement drugging me.
1. It slows down my productivity.
2. It makes me want to go to sleep instead of spending my free time trying to expose New York City law enforcement for harassing me.
3. It drains my energy for days.
New York City law enforcement and their civilian lie and scam team have drugged me hundreds of times over the years.
I’ve been to urgent care locations hundreds of times.
I’ve been to hospital emergency rooms hundreds of times.
My Medicade bill is probably in the millions of dollars.
In my opinion, many (not all) in law enforcement can care less about the taxpayer’s money and safety.
There are a few things I would like to clarify about New York City law enforcement and their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team drugging me with marijuana and who knows what else.
1. I act customary.
2. I might be a little more quiet than usual.
3. It makes me want to go to sleep.
4. It makes me hungry and thirsty.
I was a student at LaGuardia Community College for about a year.
Law enforcement drugged me dozens, if not hundreds of times on my way to LaGuardia Community College.
I earned a 3.975 GPA while living in the street homeless the whole time.
I’ve been a student at Baruch College for about 2 years.
Law enforcement has drugged me dozens, if not hundreds of times during the last two years.
My GPA at Baruch College is 3.8, with about 8 classes left to graduate.
I think all I need is a 2.0 to graduate.
That’s living in the street homeless the entire time.
Law enforcement drugged me earlier today (July 30, 2023), and I went to an urgent care location.
After I left the urgent care, I started to study for school again.
Law enforcement had their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team drug me again.
In a little while, I’ll be headed to one of my favorite hospital emergency rooms.
I’m well known by many urgent care locations and hospital emergency rooms because I’ve been there hundreds of times.
I always treat all the staff at hospital emergency rooms and urgent cares with the utmost respect at all times.
I never mention a word about law enforcement to anyone at the hospital emergency rooms or urgent cares.
If I see NYPD Police Officers at the hospital emergency rooms or urgent cares, I treat them respectfully.
I’m very concise and professional at all hospital emergency rooms and urgent care locations.
I tell them the same thing every time.
I say someone I don’t know blew some type of marijuana smoke or vape mist in my face, and I feel bad.
They take my vitals, give me a quick check-up, and I’m on my way.
Today is a double-drugging day, meaning that New York City law enforcement and their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team drugged me twice today.
Law enforcement has drugged me on my way to school before every exam I’ve ever taken at LaGuardia Community College and Baruch College.
Law enforcement knows, and I know that they are going to be drugging me dozens, if not hundreds of times before I go to Baruch College during the 2023/2024 school year.
The only way to avoid law enforcement drugging me dozens or hundreds of times this year is for me to get the word out about law enforcement harassing me and get some help.
Assuming I don’t receive any help, law enforcement knows I’ll be going to emergency rooms and urgent cares constantly this school year.
School hasn’t even started, and law enforcement is already drugging me regularly.
I’m on public assistance or welfare.
I’m living on less than $600 per month.
That includes bills and food.
Homeless people have bills.
For example, phone bill, bicycle rental subscription, plus more.
I’m going to detail another scam that law enforcement is going to try to drag into the drugging.
The scam I’m about to detail, law enforcement was going to run on me last semester, although I documented it with the New York State Courts efile website, so law enforcement backed off.
That’s why I’m documenting it again now.
Intermission: If anyone thinks this is far-fetched:
1. That’s how law enforcement gets away with it.
2. No one would believe that law enforcement is this corrupt.
3. The things law enforcement does to me that I’m leaving out are 3X as outrageous as what you’re reading.
I suspect that after law enforcement drugs me dozens or hundreds of times this school year, and I go to the hospital emergency rooms and urgent cares an equal amount of times, law enforcement will think about forcing one or two of my classes to say that Mark Pine is acting erratically.
I have had so many Baruch College teachers, staff, and students harass me I lost count.
I have Baruch College teachers, staff, and students harassing me during classes, in the bathrooms, in the hallways, outside of school, in the subway, in the street, on the phone when I call NYPD 911, etc.
I ignore them.
I play along.
I make the best of it.
When law enforcement drugs me.
1. I feel bad.
2. I get tired.
3. I want to go to sleep.
4. I get hungry and thirsty.
5. I act like every other student.
I always treat everyone at Baruch College professionally and respectfully.
I always wear a hat and glasses, so you can barely even see me under there.
I’m taking pictures and record videos of myself every single day to prove I look and act ordinary.
Some of the videos I publish on social media, and some go into my cloud account.
One day, I’ll expose New York City law enforcement for harassing me.
In the meantime, I’m making the best of the situation.
There is no point in complaining because everyone has their own problems.
I’m reaching out to thousands of government agencies and non-government organizations to try and get help.
No one at Baruch College or CUNY can stop New York City law enforcement from harassing me.
I never mention law enforcement or anything negative to anyone at Baruch College or CUNY.
This message is more than 1,500 hundred words, and I wrote it in one sitting after New York City law enforcement’s civilian lie and scam team drugged me twice today.
Law enforcement can easily have 300 Baruch College teachers, staff, and students say anything they want about me.
If you look at the Baruch College security cameras, you will see me acting fine.
If you look at my videos and pictures, you will see me acting OK too.
My rule is to visit an urgent care or emergency room every time New York City law enforcement drugs me after school lets out.
If that means 3 to 5 times a week or 7 days a week, that’s my routine.
It’s well documented via credible sources on the web that law enforcement drugs people.
I’ve called NYPD 911 over 10,000 times to report New York City law enforcement.
The NYPD pretends they don’t know who I am.
10 billion dollars a year and 50 thousand people don’t know someone called NYPD 911 more than 10,000 times?