Opinion: Email I’m thinking about sending to the NYC Comptroller’s Office. February 27, 2022.


Disclaimers: I’m not a lawyer. Use this information at your own risk. I have no clue about the law. This is my opinion. If you have an emergency call 911.

Greetings NYC Comptroller’s Office, 

Thank you very much for arranging the hearing for me in regards to my complaint about the NYPD. The hearing is set for this coming Monday. 

Claim Number: 2021PI035531

I just want to go on the record again and say that regardless of how anyone treats me I always treat everyone at the NYC Comptroller’s Office and everyone connected with the NYC Comptroller’s Office such as the attorneys at the video hearing with the utmost respect at all times. 

I don’t care what happens I will always keep my cool. 

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

All I do is attend Baruch College and try to figure out how to earn money in my spare time. 

Currently, my GPA at Baruch College is 3.875. In my opinion, it would be a 4.0 but NYC law enforcement sabotaged me at Baruch College as they do everywhere else.

Anytime I visit One Centre Street in Manhattan 12th Floor to drop off a Notice of Claim I treat everyone at the building from the entrance (security guards) to the 12th Floor with the utmost respect at all times. 

I have several New York court proceedings and lawsuits in various stages and I’m happy with the way things are moving forward.  

  1. I was falsely arrested in Nassau County and charged with a misdemeanor. I got the charge knocked down to a violation. I could have tried to get it knocked down all the way but New York law enforcement was playing so dirty that I wanted to get out of there while I still could. For example, the Nassau County Police drugged me when they had me in custody. 
  2. I’m in the process of suing The City University of New York in the New York Court of Claims. I’m very happy with the way that lawsuit is moving along. In my opinion, I exposed NYC law enforcement very badly in that lawsuit and they aren’t happy about it. NYC law enforcement has billions of dollars and they are getting exposed in court by one person with no money that they made homeless by sabotaging my web marketing clients. I’m confident I’m going to beat them for a third time with this next lawsuit in the New York County Supreme Court. Regardless if I win or not I’m going to win. 
  3. I plan on bringing in the paperwork to sue HRA in the next few weeks. NYC law enforcement is sabotaging me at HRA too. 

NYC law enforcement has audio of me complaining about them that they like to use out of context. For example, when NYC law enforcement and their plainclothes team are attacking me and I’m on my way to the emergency room of the hospital for the 150th time, I might call the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and complain. 

For example, I might leave a message for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and say that I don’t think there is any crime that the NYPD could commit that would make the Manhattan District Attorney report them unless it was that rare circumstance and a situation couldn’t be covered up. Unfortunately, I don’t fall into that category. 

If the NYPD took that audio from the message complaining about the Manhattan District Attorney covering up that people I know are paying the NYPD to harass and sabotage me and said the audio was taken from my hearing to sue the NYPD that would be a different story. Saying that the Manhattan District Attorney is covering up crime for the NYPD would be totally inappropriate at the hearing in my opinion. 

Also, I’ve reported that the NYPD pays young women to have sex with people and say they were attacked. In my opinion, that would be totally inappropriate to bring up at my hearing and there is no need to. 

I just want to get to the next level so I can officially file and lawsuit against the NYPD. I don’t have anything to prove to the people at the law firm that represents NYC.

I’m going on the record right now that I’ve had these types of hearings before that were set up by the NYC Comptroller’s Office and when I received the transcript from the hearing to sign off on what was said there were things added and left out and changes were made. I suspect NYC law enforcement sabotaged me with the transcript from past 50H hearings. 

Again, I can care less and I’m going to make the best of it. I understand life isn’t perfect and everyone is doing their best under the circumstances. 

I’m not looking to change the world in my hearing to sue the NYPD. I’m going to respectfully answer the questions I’m asked and that’s it.

I don’t care if someone from the hearing takes my laptop, snaps it in half, pours a can of paint over my head, and punches me in the face. I’m not going to lose my cool. This hearing is one step in a long process. 

I have to be totally honest here. The only two government employees/agencies that have ever upheld the law in my opinion in regards to me are the NYC Comptroller’s Office and the judge from my Nassau County criminal case. 

That is why I took a bench trial in that case instead of a jury trial. I will continue to take that strategy anytime it’s an option.

I don’t trust that juries won’t be intimidated by NYC law enforcement and the district attorneys. 

Why would anyone side with me over NYC law enforcement? 

I trust judges. I don’t trust juries. 

A judge follows the law. 

A jury has no clue what the law is and most of them want to gain favor with the police and district attorney. 

The US Attorney Southern District blocked my phone number. The New York FBI blocked my number. The NYPD and NYPD Internal Affairs blocked my number. The list goes on. 

Many other NYC government agencies won’t help me at all. For example, the few members of the NYC City Council that I’ve contacted about the NYPD won’t help me at all. 

That is why I’m especially appreciative and thankful that the NYC Comptroller’s Office actually upholds the law. 

I’m a pro se litigant, not an attorney and my plan is to sue the NYPD, HRA, and others. I’m in the process of researching how to sue the Manhattan District Attorney too. I’m not sure if I have to file a notice of claim to sue the Manhattan District Attorney, I’ll figure it out in the next few weeks. 

NYC law enforcement has had young women shove their phones in my face and act like they are under attack. 

NYC law enforcement has had girls/women try to hook up with me to set me up. 

NYC law enforcement has tried to give me stolen credit cards. 

NYC law enforcement has tried to give me stolen MetroCards. 

At this point, NYC law enforcement knows that I don’t do anything illegal. 

The only moves that NYC law enforcement has left with me are to attack me, rob me, and lie and say that Mark Pine is rude. 

NYC law enforcement has thousands of hours of audio and video of me complaining about them to various government agencies. Some of that audio would be inappropriate under certain circumstances. For example, in a courtroom, and in a classroom. 

To illustrate, I wouldn’t say in a courtroom or a classroom that NYC law enforcement is paying teenage girls to have sex with people and say they were attacked. It’s not appropriate. 

I will say that on a US Attorney’s voicemail or district attorney’s voicemail just so they know it’s going on just in case they don’t. Also, I’ll say it to an FBI agent to try and get help even though they never help me. 

I have been living in the street homeless for the last five years. 

I shower every day. 

I have a storage to keep my things. 

I wash my clothes in Astoria, Queens every week. 

I’m a full-time student at Baruch College. 

I won’t go to a homeless shelter for a billion dollars. 

People don’t hear about homeless people like me too often. 

There is nothing wrong with me. I just have bad credit and no money. That’s it. 

The main purpose of this email is that NYC law enforcement is trying to make up any lie to sabotage me. 

NYC law enforcement does not want me utilizing the services of the NYC Comptroller’s Office. 

NYC law enforcement is trying to get me banned from the NYC Comptroller’s Office, the New York Courts, Baruch College, and everywhere else for that matter. 

I have offered to turn in my bank and phone records to many government agencies so they can match my locations to security cameras throughout New York City and watch NYC law enforcement and their plainclothes team harass me every day. So far no one will help besides the NYC Comptroller’s Office and the New York Courts. 

I just want to go on the record and say I’m very disappointed with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. In my humble opinion, they will send someone to jail for ten years like it’s nothing. 

On the flip side, many individuals at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office know that I’m claiming NYC law enforcement is being paid to harass me every day and they won’t help me at all. 

One more time. 

I am going to continue to treat everyone at the hearing and your building One Centre Street with the utmost respect at all times. I am very appreciative of the assistance of the NYC Comptroller’s Office.

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

Email to the NYC Comptroller’s office. The NYPD and their civilian team just stole my keys with my PO Box key.



Did the NYC Comptroller’s office send the piece of paper so I can move ahead with my lawsuit against the NYPD? The reason I ask is that the NYPD and their civilian team just stole my PO Box key.

They will steal the letter with the information I need to sue them from the NYC Comptroller’s office to set back my lawsuit for several months. The NYPD has stolen and destroyed my property, including mail, hundreds of times, this is nothing new.

Then they proceed to tease me about it. They love to tease, harass, and attack me. Can you please email me any information regarding my lawsuit against the NYPD so I can move forward with the courts?

With all due respect, I have suffered enough at the hands of the NYPD. It’s time to officially file a lawsuit against them. 

Please advise.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine