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College Law Enforcement Opinion

The ways I can imagine the NYPD would try to get me kicked out of Baruch College CUNY.

1. The police could say I said something foul to a student, professor, or staff member. Of course, I would never do that. I have had several arguments with the police on the phone. I wonder if there would be any way for the NYPD with their multi billion dollar per year budget to use the audio they have of me arguing with them out of context? For example, use the audio of me arguing with the police and say the words were directed to someone at CUNY. 

2. The police could say that I was stalking a student. I’m 44. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. The police I deal with would still try and lie and say Mark Pine the 44 year old with no criminal record who is on the Dean’s List with all As is now going on a crime spree. It does make me think. Let’s say I’m on the phone with students because I’m being told that it’s mandatory by my teachers. Then let’s say I run into one or more of the students in real life. Then one or more of the students says this guy is following me or something like that. What would happen? The civilians I grew up with who pay New York law enforcement would pay a lot of money to anyone who could get me kicked out of school. Is the NYPD connected with any students at CUNY? 

3. Last but not least. The police go into all my email and social media accounts, sabotage them and impersonate me. Someone just went into my LaGuardia Community College email and erased a bunch of important emails.

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Government Law Enforcement

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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Government Law Enforcement

Email to the Nassau County District Attorney about people blowing weed smoke in my face on the New York City welfare line.

Greetings Nassau County District Attorney,

I’m at the Waverly Job Center 12 W 14th St, New York, NY 10011. This is the welfare office in New York City. 

Someone who probably works for the police just cut me in line and lit up a huge marijuana cigarette. He is smoking it in my face right now. 

I guess the police are doing this because I’m now on Nassau County Probation. The police probably want me to test positive for marijuana. Now I’m going to have to get tested for weed in my system every day to make sure it doesn’t show up. 

I’m at the welfare office to recertify my case. 

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

The police have people who work for them blow marijuana smoke in my face all the time when I’m trying to study. That is why I called you so many times to report I was being harassed before I was arrested. 

I called NYPD 911 and they are on the way now. 

I’ll get tested a bunch of times and hopefully, it doesn’t show up in my system.

If marijuana shows up in my system, I’ll immediately let everyone know. 

I’m also going to try and get a police report but I’m confident the NYPD officers won’t give me one. After they refuse to provide me with a police report I’ll contact NYPD Internal Affairs. I’m also going to send NYPD Internal Affairs a copy of this email. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine