Opinion: Law enforcement purposely made me miss my dentist appointments at the welfare dentist.



I’m not mentioning a word about this to the welfare dentist. 

I always treat everyone at the welfare dentist with the utmost respect at all times. 

I’m not saying who the welfare dentist is because I don’t want to be sued for defamation. 

Anyone that says, “get a job,” to that, I say great. 

I would like a job or to start my own company. 

People I know pay law enforcement to harass me, sabotage me, and tease me every day. 

Law enforcement chased away my web marketing clients. 

I’ve applied for hundreds of jobs, and no one hired me. 

I’m not giving up. 

I want to expose people that work for law enforcement and other people that work for the government that cover up crime for them. 

That’s my motivation. 

What people don’t know is that in New York City law enforcement pays women and men to run around in regular clothes to harass people, pick fights with people, etc. 

I had two dentist appointments with the welfare dentist this month, June 2023. 

I also had to renew my welfare case, get my storage bill paid from the welfare office, and other things to take care of. 

Law enforcement has twenty people at a time cutting me off, crashing into me, shoving their phones in my face, blowing drug smoke in my face, and running around New York City sabotaging me in every way they can think of. 

Also, law enforcement, as usual, went into my online calendar and erased the reminders for the dentist appointments. 

Therefore I missed one of the dentist appointments. 

When I called the dentist’s office, they said someone was out, and they had to cancel the second appointment. 

The welfare dentist didn’t cancel the second appointment in the system because New York City law enforcement probably wanted to make it look like I missed both appointments. 

Now law enforcement is probably telling the dentist, like they do everyplace I go, not to allow me to make another appointment or make me wait forever. 

To be honest, the last time I was at the welfare dentist, they took ex-rays. 

I know for a fact that I have at least one cavity.

I suspect New York City law enforcement told the dentist just to say my teeth are OK.

Law enforcement manages my life like that and sabotages almost every move I make.  

The FBI, NYPD, US Attorney’s Office, and District Attorney’s Office blocked my number. 

I don’t have a criminal record at 46 years old. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. 

I’m living in the street homeless.

I’m not giving up.

I’m using it as motivation. 

I have always treated everyone at the welfare dentist’s office with the utmost respect at all times. 

I will continue to treat everyone at the welfare dentist with the utmost respect at all times.  

I never mention law enforcement to the welfare dentist. 

The only reason I refer to the dentist as the welfare dentist is that I’m living in the street on public assistance.

How else would I be able to afford a dentist?

I don’t call the dentist the welfare dentist to their face.

It’s a dentist for people on welfare.

It happens to be the best dentist I’ve ever been to.

All the law enforcement people whose job it is to tease me, harass me, and sabotage me every day were probably happy because they got me to miss one dentist appointment and were able to cancel another one.

Now I’ll be lucky if I’m able to see a dentist in a year from now. 

Law enforcement does the same thing to me at Baruch College CUNY. 

Law enforcement had one of my Baruch College CUNY teachers tell me to simulate a date with a 19-year-old woman at Baruch College CUNY. 

The teacher told me to ask the female student what her plans were, her full name, phone number, and email.

Then the Baruch College professor told me to take a picture of the female student and send the teacher all the information as confirmation that I had it. 

I didn’t take the student’s contact information or last name.

The teacher threatened me and say I’m being reported to the people in charge of the school.

I’m still trying to figure out what does simulating a date with a female student have to do with college?

Law enforcement has perfected with the taxpayer’s money, of course, how to harass people out in the open right in front of everyone without being detected. 

For example, having a bunch of people in regular clothes crashing into me, shoving their phones in my face, blocking me from walking, etc. 

I’m not giving up. 

I’m working every day to get out from under this oppression so I can expose law enforcement and have a positive impact on society. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine