Opinion: The three main lies New York City law enforcement would like to use to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College.

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  1. Mark Pine had an outburst at Baruch College. 
  2. Mark Pine is stalking female Baruch College students. 
  3. Plagiarism. 

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

Treating people respectfully is more important than anything. 

I never participate in controversial conversations at Baruch College out of respect for people’s feelings. 

I love Baruch College, LaGuardia Community College, and The City University of New York. 

My goal is to earn a C or D average. Grades are not my priority. I’m at CUNY to learn.

New York City law enforcement has audio of them and me arguing.

New York City law enforcement has audio of me reporting them. 

New York City law enforcement has top-quality audio and video editors that can edit the audio of me and turn it into a conversation between a Baruch College student or staff member and me.

New York City law enforcement has already done that to me once already during my Nassau County criminal trial that I won. Technically I got a misdemeanor lowered to a violation. 

Several Baruch College students have tried to pick fights with me.

Several Baruch College students have shoved their phones in my face and crashed into me.

Several Baruch College students have tried to start arguments with me during class. 

I ignore them all.

I can care less if a Baruch College student poured a can of paint over my head, I would not react. I would still ignore them.

I have put a million hours into Baruch College, I’m not throwing it away for anyone. Also, the police torture me way worse than anything a Baruch College student or staff member could. 

The best way to handle a hater is to ignore the person. The best form of revenge is success.

Revenge is not responding to someone that is clearly trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College. 

Next, Mark Pine is stalking all the women at Baruch College. 

I have called every FBI field office in America and reported that people I know pay New York City law enforcement to have women try to set me up as a stalker. 

I have called every US Attorney in America and told them New York City law enforcement is trying to set me up as a stalker. 

I have called the Manhattan District Attorney and told them New York City law enforcement is trying to set me up as a stalker. 

Has anyone in the history of the United States called hundreds of government and law enforcement offices and then turned around and stalked women? What would be the logic behind that? 

I’ve called the Secret Service in Brooklyn and told them people I know are paying New York City law enforcement to try and set me up as a stalker. 

I’m also in the process of suing the NYPD and The City University of New York.

If I walked around school wearing a clown costume I couldn’t bring any more attention to myself in regards to the people who run Baruch College.  

Finally, we have plagiarism.

I have turned in the majority of my homework days, weeks, and months in advance since I started Baruch College.

I always ask questions in class and via emails to my professors. If I legitimately plagiarized a student or an author, New York City law enforcement would find out about it and I’d be expelled from school in one second flat. 

New York City law enforcement can harass me and sabotage me 24 hours a day and there is nothing I can do to stop them. 

I’m making the best of it. I’m trying to get help outside of Baruch College and CUNY. For example, I make videos begging the public to help me. 

When I’m at school I act like I’m on a job interview for the New York Attorney General’s Office. 

I love Baruch College. The staff is amazing. I want to graduate. 

If that’s not enough, I’m about to get $900 in my bank account because I’m a student at Baruch College.

In August, I’m about to get about $5,000 in my bank account because I’m a student at Baruch College. 

That money is in addition to the welfare, public assistance, cash assistance, food stamps, SNAP, I receive. 

I also have a job at school with RF CUNY that is going to pay me about $75 per week.

How many street homeless people in America or anywhere are receiving that type of money? 

I might be dumb, but I’m not that dumb. Baruch College is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that has made my life 10X more comfortable even though I’m living in the street homeless. Contrary to popular belief, street homeless people have bills too. 

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

I have a storage room to keep my things and places to shower.

I’m street homeless because I have bad credit, no money, and evictions on my record. I don’t want to live in a homeless shelter.

I filed my 2021 taxes in January 2022.

I didn’t pay anything because I didn’t make anything. Nonetheless, it’s an example of how I live my life.

I wasn’t filing my taxes until the stellar staff at the LaGuardia Community College-CUNY financial aid office motivated me to get back on track with my taxes. I am forever grateful to them. The staff at CUNY is absolutely the best. 

YouTube short about New York City law enforcement harassing me.

This is a sample of a typical email I send to the Baruch College-CUNY staff: 

Thank you very much for the help the other day. 

Greetings, 

The support staff at CUNY is amazing. You and everyone else are as helpful as humanly possible and it’s appreciated. CUNY is the best college ever. 

Do I have to do anything else to become a journalism major? Am I now a journalism major or do I need COM 1010 and Spanish first? 

Please advise. 

Thank you again and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: Email to one of my Baruch College professors about no homework. March 5, 2022.

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Greetings Professor, 

I’m enjoying analyzing the material for the class. 

I’m reading the information you handed out during the last class. 

I’m also studying X, so I know the story inside and out. 

I wanted to contact you to make sure I didn’t miss any assignments or homework. 

I assume we’ll have homework about the poems, etc. 

I just wanted to reach out because I wanted to double-check that there hasn’t been any homework or assignments since the beginning of class. I was looking through my notes and I didn’t see anything so far. 

I’m not complaining, I just want to make sure I’m up to date with all my schoolwork. 

Please advise, if possible, if not I’ll ask you after class this week. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: Email to one of my Baruch College professors about student groups and pairs. February 12, 2022.

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Greetings Professor, 

First and foremost I treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. 

Second and foremost, I’ll gladly, happily, and respectfully do anything that you assign to the class. 

I was working on the homework right now and I had a thought that I wanted to ask you outside of class. 

Would it be possible to request that all communication and work between my podcasting partner and myself be done in the classroom on Tuesdays? 

I would prefer not to share any of my personal information with students for the sake of privacy and security. I would also prefer to interact with my podcasting partner(s) in a supervised classroom instead of an unsupervised location. 

I’m a very social people person outside of school, although at school I have my guard up due to several experiences I’ve had with students since starting at CUNY two years ago. 

When interacting with students, I treat them with the utmost respect. I only talk about schoolwork. I don’t joke around at all. I don’t talk about anything controversial. 

I just wanted to include that I love this class. The material is awesome. I think you’re a great professor and that you have designed a class that is very beneficial for students. 

I’ll do anything you tell me to do. I just wanted to let you know what’s on my mind just in case any accommodations can be made. Also, I didn’t want to approach you with this on the fly in class. I thought it would be better to bring this up via email in advance so you can answer when you are available. 

The thought of meeting with students off-campus and sharing personal information is very scary for me due to the astronomical amount of complaints from students against students in New York colleges. 

Almost 4K sexual violence complaints made at New York colleges (nypost.com)

Between you and me I’m street homeless. I don’t think that many parents would want their children sharing personal information and meeting with street homeless people outside of the classroom. 

Also, my personal data/information isn’t secure at all. I have been robbed four separate times in the past two months. People stole my phone four separate times in Midtown Manhattan in the past four months. 

I have woken up with my phones and laptops missing so many times over the years I lost count. Then when I get my phone back I see people have gone into my accounts and sent messages, erased things, uploaded pictures into my accounts, contacted people, and everything else you can imagine. 

I have so many police reports reporting all the times I’ve been robbed that I literally lost count because I’ve been street homeless for five years.

On a positive note, I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. Homeless people have a bad reputation so I like to include that when I mention that I’m homeless. 

In regards to schoolwork I’m moving full steam ahead. I almost always turn in homework on time or early. I don’t care about grades at all. Luckily I’ve been on the Dean’s List for the past four or five semesters.

In regards to student loans and the welfare office, all I need is a C or D. I’m happy to earn As and Bs although I’m at Baruch College to learn and elevate my situation which is what I’m doing. 

Also, the welfare office tells everyone that if a man looks at a woman if it’s determined to be leering, all food and benefits will immediately be discontinued, and the person will have to eat at soup kitchens. I have eaten at some soup kitchens in New York City and to be honest I’d rather eat dog food, it’s probably safer. If I’m correct, Baruch College has a leering policy as well. 

That is why I would feel more comfortable in a supervised atmosphere. Also, I’m glad I remembered to mention to you that I’m street homeless because I don’t want any parents to complain to the school and cause anyone any grief. 

I’m not embarrassed about being street homeless at all. From a legal standpoint if you would like to announce to the class that Mark Pine is street homeless is there anyone that wouldn’t mind being in a group with him. There is a good chance that students could see me sleeping in the subway so there is no point trying to hide it. 

Thanks to CUNY and HRA I have places to shower, keep my things, wash my clothes, etc. Unfortunately, I don’t like living in homeless shelters so I have to sleep in the subway or on benches when it’s warm.

I’ll be honest I’m in better spirits now than I was when I was living on the Upper East Side, always behind on my rent. Of course, my number one goal is to get back into an apartment, I’m just saying living in an apartment that I couldn’t afford wasn’t the most fun I’ve ever had. At least now I don’t have that hanging over my head twenty-four hours per day. 

I make videos on social media talking about how I’m street homeless. I’m trying to raise awareness about how there are a lot of homeless people like myself that just have bad credit and no money. We work. We go to school. We are trying to elevate our situation.

The general public thinks every homeless person is pushing a shopping cart yelling at an imaginary friend. Plus, drunk and on drugs. I have met many homeless people that have normal jobs and are trying to elevate their situation. 

I’m more than happy to pair up with any student you assign. I’m just a little cautious about having unsupervised contact with students outside of class. 

Please let me know if you require any additional information from me and any feedback would be appreciated. Regardless of what the decision is, I’ll make the best of it like I always do and I’ll continue to treat everyone professionally and with the utmost respect.

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

Opinion: NYC law enforcement is down to their last lie and scam to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College. 

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The final scam NYC law enforcement is trying to use to have me kicked out of Baruch College is the “he had an outburst at school scam.” 

It’s exactly like the movie “Tango and Cash” from 1989. In the movie, people take audio out of context and edit it to get Tango and Cash in trouble. 

People I know have been paying NYC law enforcement to harass me for years. NYC law enforcement has their scam team shove their phones in my face, crash into me, spit in my face, sneeze in my face, cough in my face, and cut me off, while shoving their phones in my face.

I take the abuse because I have no choice. The only thing I know I can do is call and report NYC law enforcement to various government agencies. 

NYC law enforcement is planning on taking the audio of me reporting them outside of school, along with videos of their scam team shoving their phones in my face over and over, and saying the whole thing happened at Baruch College. 

NYC law enforcement will have so many witnesses to back up their lies, it’s not even funny. NYC law enforcement has thousands of people unofficially working for them exactly for situations like this. NYC law enforcement has people whose job it is to serve as witnesses and lie. 

NYC law enforcement has been harassing me for years. I am more than happy to share my phone and bank records with anyone who works for the US government. They can match the locations where I’ve been to security cameras around Manhattan. They will see NYC law enforcement’s regular clothes hate/lie/scam team harassing me hundreds of times in stores, the street, and the subway. 

I never mention a word about the police harassing me to anyone at Baruch College. I’m respectful to the staff, security, and professors at Baruch College. 

Anytime I interact with anyone at Baruch College I only talk about school, I’m respectful and professional. 

I keep to myself in regards to students. The only time I speak with students is in mandatory student groups which are very rare. When I speak with students I only talk about school and I’m respectful and professional. 

People I know pay NYC law enforcement to harass me several times per day. I have reported NYC law enforcement to hundreds of government agencies and I’m still being harassed. 

The agencies I’ve reported NYC law enforcement for taking money under the table to harass me include the US Attorney Southern District’s office, Manhattan District Attorney’s office, NYPD Internal Affairs, Civilian Complaint Review Board, Department of Investigations, and hundreds of others. 

NYC law enforcement knows I have contacted hundreds of government agencies thousands of times to report them for harassing me. 

NYC law enforcement is desperately trying to get me kicked out of Baruch College. I mentioned it to one of the executives at Baruch College and was told there is nothing that Baruch College or CUNY can do to help me. Therefore I dropped it. I never mention a word about NYC law enforcement harassing me to anyone at Baruch College. 

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

Treating people respectfully is more important than anything. I never participate in controversial conversations at Baruch College. 

I love Baruch College, LaGuardia Community College, and The City University of New York. My goal is to earn a C or D average. Grades are not my priority. I’m at CUNY to learn.

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

I have no idea if it’s legal or not but in my spare time, I call random companies and organzations that I find on Google and leave them voice mail messages. I keep track of who I call so I only leave one message for each company or organization. 

I’ll call companies at night and leave a message on their voice mail. I’ll say, “Hi my name is Mark Pine. Allegedly people I know are paying New York City law enforcement to harass me. I’ve contacted several government agencies and they aren’t helping me. If anyone has any ideas please let me know. I keep track of every company I call so I’ll only leave this one message.”

I have three days left at Baruch College until the end of the semester. I already finished all the work for one of my classes. I have the majority of the work done for the remaining three classes I’m taking. 

I’m literally walking on eggshells. I’m being as cautious as humanly possible. I’m treating everyone with the utmost respect. I’m barely talking at all unless a Baruch College staff member or professor speaks with me. 

I just found out for some reason I’m about to get a direct deposit next week from Baruch College for about $1,000. 

Then in February and March of 2022, I’m going to receive about $7,000 from Baruch College student loans in my bank account to take care of necessities. 

Not bad for a street homeless person that’s been on welfare for the past five years. 

New York City law enforcement is gearing up to claim that for some reason “He’s going to throw that all away to have an outburst in class.” 

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

When NYC law enforcement has students they are connected with cut me off, crash into me, and shove their phones in my face, I ignore them and don’t say a word. I don’t report it, I just ignore them. 

I can care less about grades. I just want to pass. When I try and study, NYC law enforcement has their scam team sneak up on me and blow vape and other types of smoke in my face. They have done that hundreds of times. 

I’m always respectful to the NYPD when I see them in person. My civilian enemies that pay NYC law enforcement to torture me aren’t paying cops that are interacting with the public. My civilian enemies are paying high-ranking law enforcement that are running scams behind the scenes. 

NYC law enforcement also has girls follow me around and pretend they are under attack and fighting for their life with people all over the place, security cameras, and NYC law enforcement supervising. 

I’m not saying that NYC law enforcement doesn’t keep us safe because they do to some extent. I’m saying that in my opinion, keeping us safe doesn’t excuse this type of behavior. Also, in my opinion, the CCRB, IA, and DOI should be completely revamped. 

Opinion: NYC law enforcement is strongly thinking about lying and saying I had some type of outburst in class at Baruch College.

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People I know pay New York City law enforcement and their plainclothes sabotage team to harass me every day.

Disclaimers: This is my opinion. Use this information at your own risk. If you have an emergency call 911. I’m not a lawyer. If you need legal advice talk with an attorney.

I know a lot of NYC law enforcement’s scams, the same way they know me inside and out.

NYC law enforcement has tons of audio of me reporting them while they are viciously harassing me.

NYC law enforcement wants to use the audio of me and say the conversation originated in a Baruch College classroom.

At LaGuardia Community College I earned a 3.975 GPA while living in the street with NYC law enforcement harassing me the whole time.

At Baruch College I earned a 4.0 GPA last semester living in the street.

In my opinion, the bar is so low for NYC law enforcement to ruin someone’s life and severely sabotage them.

I’ve been a model student for four semesters. NYC law enforcement has had several students harass me at college and try to pick fights with me. I ignored them all.

Now NYC law enforcement wants to take audio of me reporting them and say I had some type of outburst in a class.

I’m homeless. Thank’s to Baruch College CUNY I have laptops, phone, clothes, place to shower, etc. I receive a few thousand dollars per semester in student loans that I use for bills.

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

NYC law enforcement has all the witnesses at Baruch College that they need.

They are thinking if they can sell that I had some type of outburst in class.

For the record. Since this semester has started I’ve already began turning in homework that is due in October and November. It’s still September.

Every email I’ve ever sent to a professor and staff at Baruch College has been beyond respectful.

NYC law enforcement has already edited the audio of me that they plan on using to lie and say I had an outburst in class.

All these blog posts are supposed to be going into multiple cloud backups that can’t be erased. These blog posts are dated and being shared to social media.

I have had students at LaGuardia Community College and Baruch College physically attack me and I didn’t react at all. I don’t even report it anymore. I just take it. There is nothing else I can do.

I have had staff at Baruch College send me disrespectful and insulting emails on behalf of NYC law enforcement that NYC law enforcement probably wrote. I responded with the utmost respect at all times regardless.

Even with NYC law enforcement trying to sabotage my every move at Baruch College like they do everywhere else, it’s still the best opportunity for me until I figure out how to earn money.

I don’t take it personal when civilians try and sabotage me on behalf of the police. They have no choice. If they say no, NYC law enforcement will make their lives a living hell.

What would you do if NYC law enforcement asked you to fire me? Let’s say I was providing web marketing for you or let’s say I was cleaning your apartment every week. A member of NYC law enforcement shows up to your home and says we want you to fire Mark Pine. We don’t want him earning any money.

What would you do if some gangster looking police officers made that request while looking down at you?

Opinion: Email to Baruch College about being put on probation for one semester.

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Greetings,

Thank you for the information. As per our discussion, I’m not going to submit any more student grievances under any circumstances.

I’m not contacting public safety under any circumstances. The only time I will interact with public safety is to say hi or thank you as I’m walking on and off-campus. I am always very polite to the public safety officers. They are very nice.

There is nothing that can happen at Baruch College that would ever make me submit another student grievance or contact public safety again after receiving a probation letter.

I’m going to continue to keep to myself in regards to students. I will continue to treat all staff, professors, students, etc. with the utmost respect at all times anytime I interact with anyone.

If someone pours a can of paint over my head, I will say thank you and then go wash it off. I’m not kidding. I love Baruch College, I want to stay.

I look forward to another successful semester at Baruch College.

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. I’ve stayed out of trouble for 45 years, even with being street homeless for the last five years.

I’m glad to follow the rules at Baruch College and CUNY.

Just to clarify this letter of probation is for submitting two student grievances:

A student tried to purposely crash into me in clear view of a security camera at Baruch College.

I suggested that more security cameras at Baruch College might make the school safer for students. I also suggested students have access to their attendance record in CUNY First.

I have the utmost respect for you and everyone at CUNY, although I don’t necessarily agree that I deserve to be on probation and I look forward to next semester when I’m off probation. I will be very cautious about how I proceed moving forward at Baruch College.

I assume there is nothing I can do to appeal this decision?

I am literally now walking on eggshells at Baruch College. I earned a 3.975 GPA at LaGuardia Community College. I have a 4.0 GPA at Baruch College. Now I’m one misstep away from being thrown out of school.

I’m going to continue to steer clear of interacting with students because that is where the majority of complaints come from at colleges. That is unless I’m working for RF CUNY.

I’m not sure how being on probation might affect my eligibility to work for RF CUNY, so I might not have to worry about that until next semester. I’ll lose money although it’s a small price to pay. The most important thing is to get back on track and off probation.

I will continue to treat all my professors and the staff with the utmost professionalism and respect. The staff at CUNY are doing a fantastic job of providing the absolute best opportunity for students. The City University of New York is a New York City treasure.

I’m hoping to start generating money and get off welfare before I graduate.

If anyone looks at the emails I have sent to professors (I give all CUNY staff permission to look into my Baruch College email account) since I started at CUNY years ago, I go above and beyond to be courteous at all times. I take the high road in all situations.

I am going to use the opportunity provided by Baruch College to elevate my standing in life.

Thank you again.

I’m back to my studies. Today is non-stop Grammar lessons.

Have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

Email to one of my professors at CUNY.

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Good morning professor,

I finished the first draft of the second homework. I have an appointment with the writing center and I’m going to continue to improve the assignment up until it’s due on Thursday.

If you are able to take a quick look at what I have and provide feedback, that would be great. I understand you are very busy, I completely understand if you are unable to look at students assignments pre official submit.

I’m reading the textbook every day and I’m researching for my term paper.

When I was writing the assignment I had a few new questions. 

1. How much does the federal government send back to NYC out of the federal income taxes from NYC residents?

2. Where do the NYC sales tax and property taxes go? Do they go to the federal government or NYS government and then a percentage comes back?

3. What taxes does the NYS government (Albany) take from NYC and NYC residents besides state income taxes?

4. What other income does NYC have?

Any feedback you can provide would be great and I’m researching and studying to figure out everything as well.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

The biography on my Amazon author page. The first book I published is Mark Pine v. United States.

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I live in New York City. I’m a licensed New York real estate broker. I provide web marketing services. I’m a full-time student at CUNY. I’m also working on creating startups. 

People I know pay New York law enforcement to torture me. The FBI and NYPD have people pick fights with me in the street every day. They also had a bunch of girls and women try and hook up with me to set me up. 

I grew up in the Hewlett / Woodmere area on the South Shore of Long Island in Nassau County. I graduated from Hewlett High School in 1994. A lot of good it did me, I have people paying law enforcement to tease and harass me constantly. I have been homeless for 5 years in New York City. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I’m an honor student at CUNY. 

I’m a professional at being homeless at this point. I’m confident that I’ll have a roof back over my head one day. In the meantime, I’m in good spirits. I’m making the best of my situation. I’m on HRA public assistance. I have a great place to keep my belongings. I have places to shower. I have health insurance and dental insurance from the government. 

The first book I published on Amazon is called Mark Pine v. United States. COINTELPRO 2021. New York law enforcement is torturing me. I have a blog on the WordPress.com platform. The domain is markpine.com I have written over 100 articles or posts on my blog. I decided to take the posts and turn them into a book. 

I checked how many words a book is and how many words all my blog posts added up to. It was in the ballpark so I copy and pasted all my blog posts into a book. Needless to say, anyone can visit my blog and read the content for free. You can also visit me on social media and watch me complain about New York law enforcement torturing me. 

I love life and I’m not giving up. I don’t understand why law enforcement in the United States is torturing people they don’t like or teasing and harassing people for money. If you never dealt with it directly it’s difficult to imagine. They are ruthless. 

I go into more specific detail on my YouTube channel YouTube.com/MarkPine360 on Facebook Facebook.com/MarkPine360 on Instagram Instagram.com/MarkPine360 on LinkedIn LinkedIn.com/MarkPine and Twitter Twitter.com/MarkPine360. 

I have arrived at the realization that in addition to New York real estate broker, web entrepreneur, and marketing professional that I’m an investigative journalist. When I started contacting the government for help, I realized how many scams the United States government has set up to cover up all the lies. I figured they are torturing me anyway, I might as well try and make a change for the better. I would like to try and help other individuals in my situation. I am trying to make the world a better place. 


It’s not always about spending money, I’m trying to bring awareness to situations. For example, I believe we should be able to get police reports without having to meet with the police in person. I believe we should be able to vote on our computers. I believe the jury process in court cases should be updated. You can read about it on my blog or in my book. 

Disclaimers: I’m a civilian. Use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. All information is subject to change. Verify everything yourself. If you have an emergency call 911. If you need legal advice contact an attorney. I’m not a lawyer. I’m not a doctor. Law enforcement goes into all my online accounts and makes changes. If you see something strange or an error it was probably them.