This is an email I sent to NYPD headquarters, CUNY, the FBI, the NYC District Attorney, the Queens District Attorney, the NYC Public Advocate, the Manhattan Borough President, the Queens Borough President, the Speaker of the City Council, and others.
I’m in the middle of a bunch of homework so I don’t have a lot of time to write this. Regardless of how anyone at CUNY treats me, I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times.
I treat everyone everywhere with the utmost respect at all times regardless of how they treat me. When I see the NYPD or any police in-person I am respectful. On the phone with the NYPD, sometimes we argue. The police torture me and then when I call to report it they treat me like garbage.
The police have civilians who work for them tease me, physically attack me and harass me for hours on end. I’ll follow up with another email about it later. Then when I call to complain the NYPD has civilians pick up the phone and pretend to be police so they can audio record me arguing with people from places I attend. The NYPD also has women and men pick up the phone and viciously try to pick fights with me.
Right now the NYPD 107 Precinct is running scams on me on the phone as I’m writing this.
I suspect the NYPD has some of their contacts at CUNY run scams on me on NYPD phone lines. I can’t prove it but I filed paperwork with the comptroller’s office to sue the NYPD for $105,000 and I already had my first deposition. Right now I”m in Queens and the police and their civilian team are harassing me, trying to pick fights with me and teasing me.
I’m not mentioning a word of this to anyone at school besides the President and the discrimination office.
I grew up in Woodmere, New York on Long Island. I graduated from Hewlett High School in 1994. Several people I know are connected beyond belief with law enforcement in New York and other states. They can snap their fingers and have anyone put under a full-blown investigation by the police. If the person is doing anything illegal, it will be turned over to either the US attorney or district attorney’s office. If the person isn’t doing anything illegal, they have several ways to try and sabotage people.
The first way the police sabotage people who they are paid to harass is tampering with people’s food in restaurants and supermarkets. I’m not claiming every food establishment allows the police to tamper with people’s food. I am pointing out that a percentage of places do allow the police to tamper with people’s food. I’m not saying you are going to take one bite of something and drop dead. I’m simply explaining they will put chemicals into your food to gradually make you sick and overweight.
Another way they will try and sabotage you is by having women and men try and pick fights with you. The police will have members of their civilian lie and scam team follow you around and try and pick fights with you any way they can. They will crash into you, they will sneeze in your face, they will try to start an argument, and any other sleezy idea they can think of.
Of course, there are a lot of other scams that law enforcement will run on you when they are paid, for now, I’m going to focus on the final one. Before I explain how the police use women to set people up, I’d like to include a few things. The majority of women are nice people who have morals. The women I’m about to describe are a small percentage of women who have been hand-selected by law enforcement to ruin innocent people’s lives for money.
When paid to ruin your life the police will have women try and hook up with you. If you fall for it you are done. Point blank, you are finished. If you hook up with one of these women you are going to prison, it’s that simple. There is no mercy, you can’t buy your way out of it, everyone has already been paid. The women who set people up for law enforcement for a living are given a place to live, car, clothes, and all of their expenses are paid. This is a job they have for life. I’m not saying they go from one guy to the next. The police have them run additional scams that have nothing to do with hooking up. Also, if they set up a big fish (you), they will move on to the next level of scams or some easy job where they are set for life. Women hire private detectives to have women catch their husbands cheating. This is similar to that.
I’m not a lawyer. If you have an emergency call 911. Use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. I’m a civilian. If you have legal questions talk with a lawyer.
This leads to my next question. What evidence can you get from a woman before you hook up to prove a relationship or hook up is consensual? I have no idea, I’m not an attorney. What I will say is this, whatever evidence you have, the police will destroy it. Law enforcement’s favorite thing is to destroy your evidence, the real evidence, and replace it with their fake evidence. They will break into your house, office, go into your safe deposit box, erase emails, write fabricated emails, etc.
Last is they will dig into your past. Law enforcement will find every woman you ever hooked up with and flip them against you. Especially the women you recently had relations with. They will offer them apartments, homes, jobs, cars, clothes, cash, and more. If the woman has a family member in legal trouble, they will get the person out of trouble.
New York law enforcement has thousands of women in the tri-state area that will ruin your life right now if one of your enemies pays them. They have teenagers up to senior citizens and everything in between.
The police have had several women try and hook up with me. They have women follow me around and pretend I’m following them. They have women try and pick fights with me while the police supervise. Anytime it happens I call various law enforcement numbers and the police just cover it up.
This is a letter I just sent to a supermarket in Nassau County about the NYPD running non stop scams on me and harassing me every time I go shopping.
I’m going to make this quick because I have college finals and the NYPD has been harassing me constantly for so long I can’t remember. People I grew up with in New York pay the top law enforcement in New York to tease me, harass me, physically attack me, destroy and steal my property and try to have me locked up. I have no criminal record and I don’t do anything illegal. I live squeaky clean. No drinking, no partying, etc. I’m not saying your supermarket has anything to do with this but I had a few things happen at the location in Nassau County that I want to quickly mention.
Anytime I go into a store the NYPD and their civilian team follow me in. They have people try and pick fights with me to try and have me kicked out. One of their signature scams is to have the cashier call me up before the last person leaves. When I walk up to the cashier everyone runs to the manager and says I’m not social distancing. I call it the NYPD social distancing scam. They also have people pretend to almost crash into me and other scams like that.
Two quick things I want to mention that happened today at your Nassau County location. I shopped at your supermarket twice today. The first time I went to pay the customer behind me walked up while I was paying and was standing about 1 foot away from me. The cashier saw and said nothing. I didn’t say a word because the NYPD and New York law enforcement has me walking on eggshells not to get kicked out of anywhere.
The second time I was at your store today a staff member walked up to me and said go to isle 5. I walked over and saw a senior citizen still paying and checking out. I said to the person there is someone still paying, shouldn’t I wait over here? The person snapped at me and started getting very nasty. I’m not saying this has anything to do with the police harassing me 24/7 for years. Nevertheless, I’m used to being harassed every single day so I never lose my cool. I said I don’t feel comfortable walking so close to the senior citizen, I want to properly social distance out of respect for the senior. Can I please talk with a manager?
The manager walked over and said the staff member was correct and that two at a time should stand at the register. I said now I know. Thank you for your time and have a great day. It was a very quick encounter. I just wanted to mention this because I enjoy shopping at your supermarket. Regardless if your employees snap at me, I will continue to treat everyone with the utmost respect like I always do.