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Opinion: Email to the Nassau County District Attorney about security video at stores.

Greetings Nassau County District Attorney, 

There were several reasons that I was calling Nassau County 911 and Nassau County Police Headquarters. 

I’m only going to focus on one of the reasons in this email. 

People I know pay the NYPD and Nassau County Police to viciously harass me. They are still harassing me today. 

One of the main reasons I was calling the Nassau County Police was to report that the Nassau County Police has their civilian scam team follow me into supermarkets, restaurants, retail stores, and harass me. 

They physically attack me, they try and pick fights with me, they try and start arguments with me, they cut me off, crash into me, shove their phones in my face, and do anything they can to upset me. 

The Nassau County Police Department said I was calling them for no reason. I have rock-sold evidence to prove that is not true. I had several legitimate reasons for calling them. 

My next court date is near the end of March, 2021. I was arrested last year. 

There is no way that the Nassau County Police could have investigated people following me into stores and harassing me because they didn’t have my bank records. Without my bank records, there is no way to know what store I was at and at what time. 

The reason I’m contacting you is that I don’t know how long the stores are going to hold on to their security video. It could be one month or a few months. Hopefully, it’s a year. 

The longer we wait, the more evidence is going to disappear. How can anyone prove anything if the evidence is gone? 

One thing that will be proved either way is that the Nassau County Police arrested me and never investigated anything. 

They also verbally attacked me on the phone and are now trying to make the calls disappear by underreporting the number of times I called them. 

Why would I have possibly been spending that amount of time calling the police if nothing was going on? 

I was asking them to look at security videos at stores. 

If we get access to the security video at stores I visited in Nassau County we can obtain footage of several instances of the Nassau County Police Department’s civilian scam team harassing me in stores. They are still doing it to me today. 

This is only one of the reasons I was calling. I’m saving the rest because I’m waiting to hear from the court if I can represent myself. 

I sent you my bank and phone records. 

Please let me know if there is any way we can request the security video at stores so we can obtain the footage of Nassau County Police’s civilian team repeatedly following me into stores and harassing me. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

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Email to the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County about the District Attorney.

Greetings,

The Nassau County District Attorney sent me an email telling me to stop contacting them (they wrote cease and desist). They said any evidence or information I want to share for the case to send to you. I attached a copy of the email the Nassau County District Attorney sent me. 

I am delighted with the help I have received from you. I was sending the evidence to both you and directly to the Nassau County District Attorney because I suspect you are handling several cases simultaneously. 

  Also, after someone went into my email and erased evidence, I like how when I send evidence to the Nassau County District Attorney I get an official confirmation email back that includes what I wrote.

I was calling the Nassau County Attorney for months or years trying to get help before I was arrested because people I know pay the Nassau County Police to harass me. The NCDA avoids my calls and never responds. Now I’m sending them evidence and they are threatening me to stop sending them evidence. 

My question to you is can I continue to send them evidence directly? Or should I only send it to you. Whatever the law is, I’ll follow. What’s the law or proper procedure? 

Also, how long do I have or when is the cutoff date to submit all the evidence I have to defend myself? I believe you said 90 days? What is the date of the last day I can submit evidence to defend myself? 

Thank you again for the help. I understand that normally your services would cost tens of thousands of dollars or more. 

Please advise regarding if I should stop sending the remaining evidence that the police didn’t or can’t erase directly to the Nassau County District Attorney. 

The interesting thing is that the Nassau County District Attorney usually never responds to me. I have a feeling that something I sent them created a ton of extra work for them which is why they threatened me to stop sending them more evidence. 

The police know I have thousands of emails to various law enforcement and government agencies going back years reporting that the police will not stop harassing me. 

Please advise what I should do moving forward. Whatever you advise is what I will follow. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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I emailed the Nassau County District Attorney my phone records.

Greetings Nassau County District Attorney,

Case No: 2020CR364503

Attached is a zip file with my T Mobile phone records. If you would like for me to resend the phone records any other way that is more convenient please let me know. I might send the phone records one by one, eight PDF’s total, just to be safe. 

I’m also going to share my Chase Bank records as well so the court, the Nassau County District Attorney, etc. can see how squeaky clean I live. No drinking. No partying. I almost never touch cash so every penny I spend is tracked. 

As you know I have a 3.975 GPA after 36 credits at The City University of New York. 

The 917-815-5415 phone number is the only one I have. 

I think it’s only fair if my Nassau County Legal Aid attorney and myself are provided access to all the call recordings. Including the calls I made to the Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Police Headquarters, the Nassau County Executive, Nassau County 911, and Nassau County Internal Affairs. 

I was calling to report that rich people I grew up with on Long Island pay New York law enforcement (NYPD, NCPD, SCPD) to viciously harass me. Personally, I believe it’s fair to say that New York law enforcement tortures me. 

I have not called Nassau County Headquarters, Nassau County 911, or Nassau County Internal Affairs since 5 days before my arrest. 

I still call NYPD 911, the FBI, and other law enforcement when the police and their civilian team tease, harass, attack, and rob me.

Moreover, please let me know what I should do or who I should contact when I’m in Nassau County and the Nassau County Police Department and their civilian team harass me because they are still doing it. 

Looking at the phone records it’s clear how many times I called the Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Internal Affairs, Nassau County Police Headquarters, Nassau County Executive, and the Nassau County Police Precincts. 

What isn’t clear is how many times I called Nassau County 911. The reason is that when I call 911 it doesn’t show my location. Some of the 911 calls were made outside of Nassau County. Only the Nassau County Police Department has access to that information. 

As I stated before, I called all the Nassau County law enforcement numbers over 1,000 times combined. 

When the Nassau County Police Department sends their civilian team to pick fights with me I pick up the phone and report it. Hopefully, one day someone can investigate my case because no one has. Furthermore, the Nassau County Police Department knows I’m telling the truth. 

Anyone I interact with at the courts (criminal and civil), and anyone else who works for Nassau County I will treat with the utmost respect. The only people I blame for this situation are the civilians I know who pay New York law enforcement to torture people including myself. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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Email to the Nassau County District Attorney about my phone records.

Greetings Nassau County District Attorney, 

I submitted 8 PDFS from T Mobile with my phone records to my Nassau County Legal Aid attorney. I would be happy to share my T Mobile phone records with you directly or you can obtain them from my attorney. 

Respectfully, I would like copies of all the call recordings to be used as evidence in my case. I called many more times than the Nassau County Police Department is claiming. 

The Nassau County Police and their team acted extremely unprofessionally on several calls. The citizens of Nassau County will be horrified when they hear the Nassau County Police Headquarters switchboard operators in action. 

I probably called over 1,000 times. That includes calls to the Nassau County Police Department, Nassau County 911, Nassau County Internal Affairs, and a few calls to the precincts.

I also called the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office and the Nassau County Executives Office to report that rich people I know are paying the police to harass me. 

There is one call to the Nassau County Police 4th Precinct that is beyond unprofessional. A police officer picked up the phone and threatened me. I said I’m writing down the time and date of this call, I hope it’s being recorded. The officer immediately hung up. 

1,000 calls might sound like a lot. It doesn’t seem like a lot when New York law enforcement is maliciously harassing me. 

Five days before my arrest officers from the NCPD 6th Precinct stopped me in Great Neck and told me to stop calling Nassau County 911. That was the last time I called. I also stopped calling Nassau County Police Headquarters at that time.

The Nassau County Police Department is claiming that I called them from two phones when I only have one phone. 

One of New York law enforcement’s signature scams is to have civilians who work for them ferociously pick fights with people. 

When the person they are trying to set up reacts, namely me in this circumstance, the person is immediately arrested. Then all the evidence is destroyed that doesn’t back up the police’s narrative. Exactly what they are trying to do in this case. 

When the Nassau County Police Department and their civilian team brutally harass me, I call and report it. That’s the only reaction they get out of me. The individuals at Nassau County Police Headquarters pick up the phone and insult me, threaten me, and hang up. I’ll call back a few times just so it’s documented.

Needless to say, the Nassau County Police Department and their civilian lie and scam team are still harassing me when I’m in Nassau County. I just take it because obviously, I can’t call anymore. 

I would like to file a police report that people I know pay New York law enforcement including the NCPD to harass people including myself. I was denied reports by the NCPD 2nd and 4th Precinct. 

People I know also pay New York law enforcement to allow them to commit felonies. I have rock-solid evidence of that. 

I suspect the Nassau County Police Department is not submitting the calls where they are verbally attacking and threatening me on the phone. Hopefully, the court doesn’t allow that. 

I also submitted my college transcript from The City University of New York to my Nassau County Legal Aid Attorney. I have a 3.975 GPA after 36 credits and I’m on the Dean’s List. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine 

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Email to the Nassau County Human Rights Commission.

Greetings Nassau County Human Rights Commission,

I’m being discriminated against by the Nassau County Government. I have a few more days left of school at The City University of New York / LaGuardia Community College and then I’m going to focus on this situation one hundred percent. Next semester I’m transferring to Baruch College. 

Rich people I know have been paying New York law enforcement to terrorize people for decades. There is a little bit of evidence out there that hasn’t been concealed or covered up. 

They had several teenage girls and young women try to hook up with me to set me up. I didn’t fall for it. 

They also have women and men try to pick fights with me while New York law enforcement supervises. 

If anyone reading this doesn’t believe this goes on, I invite you to search Google for the crimes that members of New York law enforcement have recently been arrested for. Murder, rape, domestic violence, child abuse, drug dealing, etc. The craziest stories you can’t imagine. 

One NYPD sergeant was arrested for ordering women to sexually abuse their toddlers. His name is Alberto Randazzo. 

A member of the Nassau County Police was arrested for exposing himself to people at a park. His name is Richard Furboter. Another member of the Nassau County Police was arrested for crashing into a parked car drunk in 2020. I’m sure MADD would be thrilled about that. 

When the police and their civilian team start to hammer away at me I don’t react to them at all in person. I ignore them because they are being paid to try and get me to react. 

Instead, I pick up the phone and call Nassau County Police headquarters, Nassau County 911, Nassau County Executive, Nassau County District Attorney, Nassau County Internal Affairs, etc. The police and their civilian team know I’m calling and they can care less. They continue to harass me and no one helps. 

In November 2020, I was met in the street by about ten police officers from the NCPD 6th Precinct in Great Neck. They told me to stop calling NCPD headquarters and NCPD 911. I immediately stopped calling and haven’t called since. I was one hundred percent respectful to them the whole time. 

About five days later I was arrested at the Jericho Public Library while I was studying for my finals. That was November 30, 2020, I believe. I didn’t resist arrest at all. I was respectful to the police then too. 

I don’t have any criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I’m a full-time college student. 

There were never any threats made by me to any member of law enforcement. There were a lot of threats made from them to me. 

I’m 44 years old. I’ve made it this far without getting into any trouble. Now the Nassau County Police have charged me with harassing them on the phone. The only witnesses in my case are the police and their staff that my civilian enemies have been paying since I was riding bicycles in Hewlett/Woodmere in the 1980s. 

Now here comes the discrimination part. I have been homeless for about five years. If you saw me you would not think I was homeless. I’m on the Dean’s List at my college. I have not missed one class in about a year and a half at school. I treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. I have not had any issues there. 

The only reason I’m homeless is that people I know have been harassing me and they sabotaged my web marketing business. I’m making the best of it and I’m working to get back in an apartment. I’m also an active New York State licensed real estate broker. 

I have been assigned to someone for what is called pre-trial services. I treat the women respectfully. I’m not trying to make a bad situation worse. 

1. Why do I need to check in with someone? I’m 44 with no criminal record. The only criminal record I have is reporting crime and arguing on the phone with the Nassau County police department. They told me to stop calling and I did. I have the whole exchange on video. 

2. The whole time that the Nassau County Police had me in custody I acted completely normal. Of course, they chained me to a wall and blasted music for hours. Even with that, they have no video of me acting out of order. 

3. The person who I am assigned to check in with is treating me like garbage, trying to get me to react negatively because they have nothing on me. The only hope they have of getting negative evidence on me is the phone calls between the pre-trial person and myself. I’m treating her respectfully regardless of how she is being coached to try and make me look bad. 

The woman said where do you sleep? 

I said on buses and in the subway. 

She said I want you to call me every week and let me know what subway station you slept in. 

I said can I get that in writing or an email?

She said, no it’s OK you don’t need to tell me what subway station. 

Then I gave the women my college email. 

She said do you have a different email? 

I suspect the reason she doesn’t want my college email is that it makes me look good, not like the picture they are trying to paint of me. Why doesn’t she want my college email? 

My GPA after 27 credits is currently 4.0. This semester I’m getting all As maybe one B but probably all As. That with getting arrested in the middle of finals plus the police and their civilian team harassing me. 

I will continue to check in every week as I’m told even though the woman is trying to sabotage me. I don’t take it personally, I know the police are coaching her. I’ve been dealing with the police for years. 

One time I was in a class and a woman starts to yell at me at the top of her lungs. I have no clue who this woman is. I don’t say a word, I just move my seat. After class, I file a complaint with LaGuardia Community College security. 

There is a security camera in the classroom. Security gets back to me and says the security camera was broken. 

This is the type of situation I deal with all the time. 

Can someone please look at my case. I’m being discriminated against for being homeless. Also, I spend the majority of my time in New York City. The only reason they arrested me in Nassau County is that this would never fly in New York City. I’m going to respectfully and carefully contact thousands of people until I get some help. 

One last thing. A day or two after the NCPD officers from the 6th Precinct told me to stop calling, the police and their civilian team started viciously harassing me. Now I realize why. They were trying to get me to call NCPD 911 so they could say they warned me and then arrest me. I didn’t call. 

Please advise.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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Email to the Nassau County District Attorney and NYPD Internal Affairs about people purposely blowing weed in my face because I’m on probation.

Greetings Nassau District Attorney,

I am on the New York City welfare line. The address is The Waverly Job Center at 12 W 14th St, New York, NY 10011

People cut me in the huge line and started blowing marijuana smoke in my face. 

I’m more than happy to turn over all my bank records, phone records, emails, and anything else to show that I never enter a liquor store, never touch cash, don’t do anything illegal, don’t smoke or drink. 

The police have had people blow weed smoke in my face several times before to harass me while I’m studying. 

I called NYPD 911 and they showed up outside the welfare office. They rejected me for a police report and left. I am going to send this email to NYPD Internal Affairs as well. 

The NYPD officer’s badge numbers are 5222 and 12722. 

This is the type of harassment I deal with all the time that I’ve been contacting the Nassau County District Attorney for years about. Being drugged, harassed, threatened, and homeless, I still have a 4.0 GPA at CUNY after 27 credits. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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Email to the Nassau County District Attorney about forcing me to have a mental evaluation.

Greetings Nassau District Attorney, 

I was arrested yesterday by the Nassau County Police Department. I was charged with misdemeanor harassment. 

I called NCPD headquarters and Nassau County 911. We argued on the phone. I never threatened anyone. 

If anyone listens to the calls I don’t believe that the NCPD would be proud of the way the NCPD switchboard and 911 operators spoke to me. I’m not proud of all the calls either. 

About ten members of the NCPD 6th Precinct spoke with me in Great Neck about five days ago. They told me to stop calling NCPD headquarters and NCPD 911. 

I immediately stopped. I have not called either one of them since. 

Yesterday I was arrested at the Jericho Public Library in the lobby. I didn’t resist arrest, I was respectful to all the officers, and we left without incident. 

The reason I’m contacting you is because of the mental health evaluation you requested and the judge agreed to add to my case. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t have a criminal record. 

When the police visited me and told me to stop calling them I immediately stopped. 

I’m a full-time student at LaGuardia Community College. Next semester I’ll be attending Baruch College as a journalism major. 

With all due respect, there is nothing wrong with me mentally. I’ve been homeless for about five years. I’ve been surviving and working to get back into an apartment. 

I know there is no getting out of the mental health evaluation but I wanted to contact you and respectfully say I don’t think it’s fair. I feel like I’m being discriminated against because I’m homeless and I was arguing with the police. 

I don’t want to miss school. Also, I’m in New York City 99 percent of the time. 

I was in Nassau County at the Jericho Public Library studying for school when I was arrested. Sometimes I visit Panera Bread in Hicksville, NY to study. That’s all I’m doing in Nassau County.

I have places to shower. I have storage to keep my things paid for by HRA. I look just like anyone else. 

I don’t think it’s fair to bring mental health into a situation when I have spent several hours in NCPD custody and acted respectful and normal. Also, I have a 4.0 at CUNY after 27 credits. Plus, I’m 44 and I don’t have a criminal record. 

Does that sound like someone with mental health issues? 

Also, I am happy to give you access to my T Mobile account and all my phone records. They took my phone as evidence. Please let me know when I can have it back. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine