People I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass me very often.
Law enforcement and their civilian, plain clothes, lie and scam team sabotaged my web marketing clients.
Now I’m living in the street homeless.
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’m on welfare.
I live on about $600 per month.
One scam that New York City law enforcement consistently runs on me is the luggage and plastic bag drug dealer scam.
New York City law enforcement and the NYPD’s luggage and plastic bag drug dealer scam.
Law enforcement has regular women and men that don’t officially work for the police follow me around with luggage and plastic bags to make it appear that drug deals are taking place.
It’s called cointelpro.
You can Google cointelpro and read about it.
Briefly, it’s when United States law enforcement makes up lies to arrest and sabotage people.
New York City law enforcement takes pictures and videos of me surrounded by drug addicts and drug-dealing women and men dragging luggage and plastic bags around.
The insinuation is that there are drugs or something illegal in the luggage and plastic bags.
I don’t have evidence in my hand but I highly suspect New York City law enforcement is involved in selling drugs.
If I’m correct United States law enforcement has been accused of selling drugs for a long time.
I’m living on about $10 per day or less for food.
New York City law enforcement has women and men in regular clothes harassing me regularly.
For example, the people in regular clothes cut me off, crash into me, shove their phones in my face, vandalize my property, blow smoke in my face, sneeze in my face, spit in my face, etc.
If you see me surrounded by women and men with luggage and plastic bags, I have no idea who they are.
I check in on Yelp, Facebook, Instagram, etc., almost every day, so it’s easy to see where I’m located.
I’m not hiding.
I’m a full-time student at Baruch College.