Opinion: Email to the New York State Office of Higher Education about New York City law enforcement viciously harassing me inside Baruch College.

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Greetings New York State Office of Higher Education,

New York City law enforcement had three women try to crash into me and harass me at Baruch College today May 7, 2022. 

I emailed you the exact locations inside Baruch College, times, and dates earlier. 

I left school and New York City law enforcement had their plain clothes team follow me right over to where I’m at without a care in the world about being caught. 

I have an open lawsuit against The City University of New York right now: Mark Pine Vs The City University of New York. New York City law enforcement can care less.

New York City law enforcement has zero oversight and when it comes to harassing me they don’t care what evidence they leave in their wake. 

For example, I just posted videos to social media showing that New York City law enforcement has blocked my phone from calling NYPD 911. 

The US Attorney Southern District blocked my phone number. 

The NYPD blocked my phone number from calling all the precincts and NYPD Headquarters. 

The New York FBI blocked my phone number. 

The Albany FBI blocked my phone number. 

Now NYPD 911 blocked my phone number. I’m not sure if the NYPD 911 is a permanent block or a temporary block while they are viciously harassing me in clear view of security cameras. Today isn’t the first time that New York City law enforcement has blocked me from calling NYPD 911. 

I posted a video on YouTube and Twitter showing that my phone can call any number right now except NYPD 911. 

When New York City law enforcement has their plain clothes team harass me like they are doing right this minute, I’ll call NYPD 911 so there is a record of the time, day, date, location, of where I’m being harassed. 

I usually call NYPD 911 anywhere from dozens to hundreds of times per day off Baruch College campus, never in Baruch College.

In total, I’ve called NYPD 911 more than 20,000 times easily if I had to guess because NYC law enforcement has been harassing me every day for years. The NYPD 911 operators tease me and harass me on the phone. 

In addition to NYPD 911 I call all 50 states FBI field offices and press the extension for a live bank robbery or kidnapping. 

I have reported New York City law enforcement to the FBI field offices thousands of times. Lately, I call the FBI field offices dozens to hundreds of times per day when I’m outside of school and New York City law enforcement has their plain clothes team harassing me for hours on end.  

So far the only FBI field offices to block my number are the New York City FBI and the Albany FBI. There might be a few others I’m not sure. The FBI hangs up on me a lot. 

Right now I’m minding my own business trying to study and New York City law enforcement has their plainclothes team viciously harassing me in clear view of public and private security cameras. New York City law enforcement can care less. 

New York City law enforcement just figures there is no way I’ll ever get the security video to prove that New York City law enforcement has people that work for them in plain clothes viciously harassing me every day. 

I’m not mentioning a word about this to anyone at Baruch College.

Every single day when New York City law enforcement has women and men, students and staff, harassing me at Baruch College, shoving their phones in my face, teasing me, blocking me from walking, and crashing into me I just ignore it and walk away. 

Please let me know if you have any advice for me. 

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

New York City law enforcement ran me into the ground and now they tease, rob, and harass me all day every day because people I know pay them to do it. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: A few Baruch College security guards running scams on me. 4/1/2022.

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Greetings Baruch College, 

First and foremost, I always treat everyone at Baruch College and CUNY with the utmost respect regardless of how they treat me and it’s not always nice. 

I just showed up at the library building a few minutes after 7 AM. The doors to the library were locked. 

I don’t usually visit this building, so I don’t know my way around it. 

I walked down the steps and towards to turnstiles to see if I could get to the library by the elevator. 

Two security guards purposely tried to bump into me right in front of the turnstiles. I didn’t say a word. 

Then another security guard tried to go through the turnstile at the same time as me, behind me, without respecting my space at all when the building is 99.9 percent empty. I’m not sure if there is a security camera there or not. 

I would not have even been in this building if the printer in the vertical building wasn’t broken for the past week. 

I did not say a word to any of the security guards about it. I can care less. 

I have a feeling I know what this is about but I’m not going to speculate in this email. 

I don’t know if there is a security video of what just happened or not.

I’m used to this kind of thing. People I know are still paying various law enforcement to harass me every day. 

I never mention a word about the NYPD to anyone at Baruch College or CUNY besides you. 

I don’t like complaining to you but I have to cover myself when there is probably security video with me surrounded by a bunch of security guards like I just robbed a bank. 

One more quick thing. 

Yesterday I was visiting some professors during office hours. Another coincidence. 

One of the professors who I used an email from the professor in my ongoing lawsuit against CUNY in the New York Court of Claims was standing between the exit and me. 

I politely said hi and that was it. 

I’m not sure if someone thinks I’m mad at the professor, I’m not. The professor did me a favor. In my humble opinion, the professor proved my case with the email. 

Even if I was unhappy with the professor, I wouldn’t say a word. I have worked a million hours to become a Journalsim Major at Baruch College.

Also, I believe the professor was told to send the email, I don’t believe it was the professors idea. I like the professor. The professor is a great teacher.

The same exact way I didn’t take it personally when I was put on probation from your office. I have no clue whose idea that was. Anything negative that happens to me I blame on law enforcement.

I respect and like you. Someone else might hold a grudge if they don’t understand the dynamic of how organizations and law enforcement work. 

I think you’re great and your whole office is doing a great job. I love this school. Nothing is perfect. 

I’ve been through hell and back in my life. I don’t have a criminal record. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. 

I don’t want to go to another college. I love CUNY. 

I just have reason to believe that NYC law enforcement is running their usual scams (just now with the security guards, professors asking me to go off campus with an 18 year old woman, take our masks off and take pictures of each other and share all our personal information, last names, phone, email, etc. what does that have to do with school?) and I want to try and get help from a judge because the only government employees I’ve ever seen put some type of restraints on law enforcement is a judge and the courts. 

If I’m correct a judge’s name and decisions are connected to public record and all judges value their reputation. 

That is the total opposite of other government employees that just ignore the people when it’s convenient for them and there is no public record. 

For example, the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, the Public Advocate’s Office, the New York City Council, NYPD Internal Affairs, Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, US Attorney Southern District’s Office, etc. 

I don’t have an issue with the security guards. New York City law enforcement runs around and tells people at the post office, HRA, etc. to pull the same thing on me everywhere I go. I treat everyone at the post office, HRA, and here respectfully regardless of what’s going on. 

I have the highest tolerance for scams and insults against me that exists on the planet. 

In my opinion, everyone has to do what law enforcement says regardless of if it’s right or wrong. 

I mad at the people I grew up with that pay New York City law enforcement to harass me. I’m not mad at the people they are paying or random people that get wrapped up in this. 

The only ones who have the power to help me are judges and a few other random individuals that are almost impossible to reach. 

I’m making the best of the situation like always. I will continue to treat all the staff, students, etc. at Baruch College with the utmost respect even if they purposely try to bump into me, crash into me, ask me to share all my personal information and go off-campus and take pictures of 18-year-old women from my classes, etc. 

The police can’t believe I’ve survived all their abuse (arrested in Nassau County, broken arm, made homeless, robbed dozens of times, etc.) 

Now I’m getting thousands of visits on social media and it’s only a matter of a little luck and someone is going to reach out and lend me a hand and I’m going to get my life back.

In the meantime, I’m going to continue to act like​ a perfect student at Baruch College because without Baruch College I would have been toasted by law enforcement by now. You and everyone else here made my life 100X more comfortable than HRA would have without CUNY. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: NYC law enforcement is running scams on me at the Baruch College library to sabotage me with RF CUNY.

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I’m not saying a word about this to anyone at RF CUNY or Baruch College. I’m reporting this to agencies outside of RF CUNY and Baruch College.

I never mention anything about my issue with New York City law enforcement to anyone at RF CUNY or Baruch College. If they Google me and read about it, there is nothing I can do about that.

If anyone at RF CUNY or Baruch College asks me about the situation with NYC law enforcement and myself, I will say I don’t think it’s appropriate to discuss it at school. 

Greetings Higher Education – New York State Education Department,

I was going to email Baruch College about this and I still might but I decided to email you first instead.  

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

NYC law enforcement has Baruch College students that work for them harass me every day at Baruch College. For example, NYC law enforcement has students in my classes swing their legs around and bounce up and down in their chairs during classes to distract me. I ignore them. 

I was just going to print something at school on Sunday morning. The printer in the Baruch College vertical building was jammed. 

I immediately suspected that NYC law enforcement and their plainclothes team sabotaged the printer so they could get me over to the library building. 

The reason I suspect NYC law enforcement wanted to get me over to the library building was that they are trying to sabotage my upcoming job with RF CUNY. 

NYC law enforcement probably doesn’t want me working at the library. NYC law enforcement would probably prefer to get me in a room alone or with one or two people and then drug me for the whole time. 

NYC law enforcement has drugged me so many times I’ve been to New York City hospital emergency rooms and urgent care centers hundreds of times. I can’t believe that no one who works at the Medicare office asked what’s going on? Why has this person been to emergency rooms and urgent care centers hundreds of times? 

I appreciate that the taxpayers are paying for me to go to the hospital hundreds of times. Even if I wasn’t covered I would still go. 

I never mention a word about any of this to anyone at Baruch College. 

Every day when students at Baruch College harass me I just ignore them. 

This happened on March 27, 2022 at about 10 AM. 

The first printer I went to use in the Baruch College library was broken. 

There was a person using the other printer that I saw on the ground floor. 

When the person who was using the printer on the second floor moved to a nearby table, I walked to the printer and quickly printed a few pages. 

Immediately when I started printing, the person who was using the printer before me started pacing back and forth behind me. 

Then when I was going to walk out of the library, there were two Baruch College security guards blocking the door from the outside. 

They were standing there pointing at something and adjusting their hats. After a few minutes of waiting, they moved slightly out of the way, just enough so I could comfortably walk by. 

I didn’t say a word to them or anyone at the library. 

NYC law enforcement will probably contact RF CUNY and make up a bunch of lies. 

If you have any ideas for me please let me know.

Thank you and have a great day.

Mark Pine

Opinion: Respectful request to a Baruch College professor for an extension (3/22/2022).

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Greetings Professor, 

First and foremost I have the utmost respect for you and all my professors. I love this class and the material is fascinating. I will remember it forever. 

Treating people respectfully is more important than anything. That goes triple for you. I’m 45 years old and I can handle a no. 

I just like to mention that upfront because I’m CUNY for life. I’m going to graduate from Baruch College and then I’m off to a CUNY graduate school. 

I want to remain on the best of terms with the entire staff at CUNY and I don’t want anyone to think I’m complaining. I make the best of all situations. That’s how I landed at CUNY.

I am requesting to take Wednesday’s exam next week instead of this week.  

If the answer is no, I 100 percent respect your decision and I’ll make the best of the situation. Either way, I’m studying every waking hour minus work I have to do for other classes. 

I have a good handle on all the material.

I’m not looking to change the rules. I’m not looking for special treatment. I’m merely presenting my situation and asking what the policy is regarding a one-time extension for this one exam. 

I do not speak with any students in the class. I don’t speak with any students in the whole school. 

The reason being is that I’m 45 years old. Furthermore, I’ve been living in the street homeless for the past five years. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t have a criminal record. Just bad credit, no money, and evictions on my record. 

I mention that because usually when people mention homeless a number of individuals think trouble. Homeless people have a bad reputation. 

The reality of the situation is that there are a lot of homeless people like me. No one would know we are homeless unless we tell them. We are doing everything like everyone else, except at the end of the night, we sleep in cars and the train. 

I’ve been a full time student at CUNY for two years. Street homeless the whole time.

I don’t think the majority of student’s parents would want their children associating with homeless people so I keep to myself. 

I always treat the Baruch College staff with the utmost respect at all times with zero exceptions. The only time I interact with students is during mandatory in class student projects. 

If a comet hits the earth, I will not ask for another extension for any assignment or exam. 

Now that I understand how the class works, I will catch up and stay up with the material. 

I think I can do OK under the circumstances as it stands now.

What put it over the top and made me want to ask is that I’m at the Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Room right now and I might have to come back here on Tuesday or Wednesday to another department where I’ve been before. 

Plus I’m not even sure if I have the right material for the exam. Meaning the two poems and two stories.

Please let me know if you require any additional information from me. I can provide all documentation to back up the information in this email. 

I don’t lie to anyone at CUNY or anywhere for that matter. There is no need to. When I’m out in the street the way I am, things happen and sometimes I end up in the hospital. This isn’t including urgent care visits.

I’m mostly healthy. I have all my shots, I’ve been tested for many things. I had a negative COVID test today at CityMD. I keep as clean as humanly possible for a homeless person. 

February and March 2022 Hospital Emergency Room Visits:

March 21, 2022 Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Room (here now). 

March 14, 2022 Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Room 

March 1, 2022 NYU Langone Hospital Emergency Room 

February 19, 2022 New York Presbyterian Hospital Emergency Room

February 18, 2022 New York Presbyterian Hospital Emergency Room

February 16, 2022 NYU Langone Hospital Emergency Room 

February 12, 2022 New York Presbyterian Hospital Emergency Room 

Please let me know if you require any additional information from me. I will gladly provide any and all information required.

In the meantime, I’m going to study non-stop and make the best of the situation. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

Opinion: Email to Baruch College about someone pointing a video camera at my class from a podium. 3/14/2022.

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Greetings Baruch College,

Someone has a video camera on the podium in this classroom pointing at the class. 

I’m not taking a picture of it because I’m not taking any pictures inside of a classroom. 

It’s not my professors. I suspect it’s another professors. 

It just seems a little strange to have a video camera pointing at the class from a podium. It’s one of the video cameras that people buy when they want to upgrade the video camera on a computer or laptop. 

Not sure if I should contact you or the help desk about this. 

I did not mention a word to my amazing professor about this because I highly suspect it’s not his video camera. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Opinion: Email to Baruch College about a student harassing me (3/11/2022).

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Greetings Baruch College,

This was a very quick one. 

I was walking up the stairs in the vertical building. 

A student walked in front of me, so I slowed down to give him the right of way. He sort of faked like he was going one way and then went another way. Then he started to waive his cell phone in my face. 

This happened on the six floor by the steps, not the escalator side. 

I did nothing as usual. I didn’t say a word, I just kept walking. I have no idea who the student/person is. 

Also, I don’t understand why students would be taking pictures or video recording other students, isn’t that against the rules? I don’t understand what someone might do with that video?

Thank you for the offer to speak with Baruch College security about these issues. I’m going to respectfully say no thank you. 

I don’t want to report any instances of students harassing me unless they are caught on Baruch College security cameras. I would prefer to avoid getting into she said/he said scenarios that would happen during the pre-technology era decades ago. 

Regardless of what anyone does to me, I never say a word so I have nothing to defend. I don’t care if a student put her/his hands on me. I would just run away and then email you or the NYPD.

There is nothing anyone at CUNY can do to me to get me to react in a negative fashion under any circumstances. 

First of all, it’s the way I am. Second of all, CUNY is too valuable to me. 

On a positive note, everything at school is going amazing. I love it here even with some students that I have no idea who they are harassing me for no reason. 

Hopefully one day there will be more security cameras in the hallways although I know that there are a lot of people that have to connect to make a decision such as that at Baruch College / CUNY. 

I’m about to do an informative speech in COM 1010. That is one of my favorite classes. 

I’m going to do my speech about CUNY / CUNY grad schools so I can start to research where I want to go for graduate school. I’m sticking with CUNY. I love being part of the CUNY family. Nothing is perfect, overall CUNY is a stellar offering. 

The only thing that would make me want to leave CUNY is the million to one long shot that my outside ventures start earning hundreds of thousands of dollars. This month I earned about $3 so I’m not quite there yet. 

I owe a lot to CUNY, so I don’t want to give the impression that I’m always complaining. I started to attend office hours with my professors and it’s giving me a huge advantage in my classes. Office hours are such a valuable resource, I can’t believe I’m just learning it now. 

Last thing, I wasn’t even filing my Federal or New York State taxes before attending CUNY. Now I file every year in January. That is one of dozens or hundreds of benefits I enjoy on a daily basis thanks to CUNY. 

I’m going to continue to stay on top of my studies and one day soon I’ll get a roof back over my head. There is a lot of staff members at CUNY that helped me along the way that I can’t wait to go back to and say I’m not homeless anymore one day, including you. 

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 the New York State Office of Higher Education about the NYPD trying to sabotage me at Baruch College.

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Disclaimers: If you have an emergency call 911. I’m not a lawyer. Use this information at your own risk. Verify everything yourself. This is my opinion.

Greetings Deputy Commissioner and Office of the Deputy Commissioner,

Office of Higher Education: NYSED

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

I don’t have a criminal record. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t do anything illegal. 

I never mention a word about people I know paying law enforcement in New York City to harass me to anyone at Baruch College or CUNY. 

Every once in a while I might mention something to the Baruch College Dean via email. That is very rare though. 

NYC law enforcement has a plainclothes lie and scam team that they use to do some of their dirty work. This can be proven with access to security cameras in New York City. 

NYC law enforcement has dozens of Baruch College students that are members of their plainclothes lie and scam team. 

I have offered to share my phone and bank records with NYPD Internal affairs, the Civilian Complaint Review Board, the Department of Investigations, the US Attorney Southern District, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, and many others. 

The hope is that a government agency will match my locations to security cameras using my phone and bank records. Then security video can be recovered of NYC law enforcement’s plainclothes lie and scam team harassing me every day at Baruch College and outside of Baruch College. 

NYC law enforcement has students at Baruch College harass me every day. For example, NYC law enforcement has female and male students block me from walking, cut me off, crash into me, and shove their phones in my face while acting like they are fighting for their lives and under attack. 

NYC law enforcement has students and staff at Baruch College harassing me in the subway, in the street, at school, and in my classes. 

For example, people in plain clothes will sneak up on me every day before school and blow vape smoke in my face. 

Then during class at Baruch College between one and three people either directly in front of me or beside me will swing their legs around or bounce up and down in their chairs for the majority of the class. 

Surprisingly, not one student in my classes has ever mentioned a word about it. Of course, I never said anything. If anyone thinks they can concentrate on work with that abuse, I’ll sit next to you in a chair and show you what they do while you try and be productive. 

In my view, there is no way that NYC law enforcement could be placing students that they are connected with in my classes without the help of someone at Baruch College CUNY. 

Another issue I have with Baruch College is the lack of security cameras inside the buildings. 

Baruch College claims to care so much about sexual harassment and students’ safety yet if there is an altercation between students it will most likely be one student’s word against another as if we are living in the early to mid-1900s in the pre-technology era when it was much easier for law enforcement to set people up. 

I’d be in jail right now in those days. For example, if 15 women who work for NYC law enforcement take the video of them shoving their phones in my face and say Mark Pine was following me; technology might save me. 

To illustrate, I can show my phone records when I called every US Attorney in the United States, I called every FBI field office in the United States, I called the US Attorney Southern District’s Office hundreds of times until they blocked my phone number, I called the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office after hours and left thousands of messages, etc. Would someone that is stalking women do that and give his exact location, date of birth, etc., over and over? 

I have been to the emergency room of New York City hospitals over one hundred times after being attacked by New York City law enforcement’s plainclothes lie and scam team. 

NYC law enforcement’s lie and scam team has already drugged me for the first time today. 

In total, NYC law enforcement and their lie and scam team have drugged me hundreds of times almost every day since I started at CUNY two years ago. 

NYC law enforcement used to be able to discredit me and say it’s a conspiracy theory until my Nassau County Criminal Case (Case No: 2020CR364503). 

The case was criminal alright. The Nassau County District Attorney’s Office and NCPD both knew I was innocent and they could care less. The only witnesses in the case were some of the civilians that work at Nassau County Police Headquarters. 

Even though they are government employees, I’m not going to say exactly what I uncovered during the pre-trial phase of my Nassau County misdemeanor criminal case. 

I uncovered something about the Nassau County Police before my trial that in my non-attorney opinion was a huge corruption and theft. Ironically, a few members of Nassau County Police Internal Affairs are part of it. I say “are” instead of “were” because it’s ongoing. 

Needless to say, the Nassau County District Attorney offered me a violation because it was about to be a huge embarrassment documented for eternity in the case law or court record. 

In my opinion, that arrest and the documentation that exists turned the fantasy into a reality. It was as sloppy and weak a case as can be in the history of false arrests. 

NYC law enforcement’s lie and scam team broke my shoulder about a year ago when one of them was chasing me on West 57 St in Manhattan.

This is the scam that New York City law enforcement is trying to use right now to get me kicked out of Baruch College (2/22/2022).

The irony of this situation is that I’ve already detailed all the lies and scams that NYC law enforcement is using to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College. Unfortunately, NYC law enforcement has repackaged it and they are coming at me strong this weekend and this week. 

I don’t care about grades although I do currently have a 3.8 GPA after about 2 years full-time at The City University of New York. 

This Saturday or sooner I’m about to receive $4,000 in my bank account for student loans. 

How many street homeless people on welfare on the planet are going to see that amount of money legally in their bank account this week? If I had to guess, not even a fraction of one percent.

NYC law enforcement has been harassing me non-stop since the first day I was at The City University of New York. 

The thought that they would try and say that Mark Pine had some type of outburst in class or at Baruch College when I’m doing as well as I am in addition to receiving a large amount of money this week makes me wonder how many innocent people NYC law enforcement has set up on criminal charges and or sabotaged. 

Not everyone can take the amount of abuse I take on a daily basis without reacting. For example, NYC law enforcement purposely has men that are smaller than me spit in my face, shove their phones in my face, crash into me and do anything they can to try and pick fights with me. I’m smart enough to know that if I even look the wrong way in one of their directions that I will be arrested. 

NYC law enforcement knows me inside and out better than anyone on this earth. 

I also know NYC law enforcement better than about 90 percent of civilians or more. The number might be 99.9 percent. 

This is the scam that NYC law enforcement is using on me right now and this week to try and get me kicked out of Baruch College: 

I normally sleep in chairs on the subway platforms in Manhattan or on seats on the subway. There is a huge homeless crackdown going on now to get homeless people out of the New York City subway system. 

NYC law enforcement is going to try and say the pressure of the homeless subway crackdown led to some type of outburst in one of my Baruch College classes. 

I’m going on the record right now, I can care less. I’ve been homeless for five years. Wherever I’m allowed to sleep, I’ll sleep. I’m staying in New York City. 

If anything, I’m very comfortable right now. Maybe this will motivate me to work harder to get into an apartment. I wouldn’t go back to another homeless shelter if the government offered me a billion dollars per minute upfront.

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. NYC law enforcement drugs me all the time so I have to include that. 

In my opinion, I’m getting very close to getting a roof back over my head. A lot of people are starting to find out that Mark Pine is being viciously harassed by the NYPD and other NYC law enforcement. 

Plus that I’m homeless living in the street. Then they hear me talking about it on social media and I’m sharp as a tack and a student at Baruch College. It doesn’t add up. 

Plus in my opinion, New York City is going to rebound in the coming months and years in regards to the number of people. It’s only a matter of the right individual or organization finding out about me and this nightmare might not be over but I’ll be off the street. 

NYC law enforcement is being paid by people I can’t mention here to sabotage and discredit me. If I mention the people I know who pay the NYPD to harass me, I will be sued for defamation. 

In addition to the Nassau County arrest, I have been written at least $3,000 or more worth of tickets while being homeless from New York City. I paid them all. They were never expecting that. 

  1. I would like to know how New York City law enforcement is placing students in my classes to harass me. 
  2. I would like access to view the security camera footage of students harassing me inside Baruch College and in front of the buildings. 
  3. I would like more security cameras inside the Baruch College buildings and stairwells to protect all the students and future students. 

I’m not mentioning a word of this to anyone at Baruch College. 

I’m only talking about school at Baruch College. 

I’m treating everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. 

I keep to myself in regards to students at Baruch College unless it’s a mandatory in-class group. 

Please help. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine