PETER COPANI, BROCK MARDIS & MINDHEALINGMIRACLES.COM ENLIGHTENINGn nResponse to Sj Angur Consumer Complaint reports and Sj Ripoff Scamss 774455 & 774459 nThe CC report, authored by Sj, aka, Sj Angur, aka, Staci Joy Gunar, aka Staci Gunar [SG], and many other aliases, is not a consumer, customer, or recipient of any service, product of any offering made by, Peter Copani, or Brock Mardis. The website is a free informational website and has no products, sales,ncustomers, clients, or services of which SG may have subscribed to. n When SG uses the word fraud she must be referring to her own entire CC report. It an elaborate attempt to portray Peter Copani as delusional and discredit all parties named in the report for the purpose of covering up what amounts to a hate-crime perpetrated by the then 42 year old, Staci Gunar, (DOB -,-, 1968) who presents herself as a representative and spokesperson for her then [2008] 20-year-old Kentucky-born roommate in FL. (Tracy DOB -,-,1988). n In these Consumer Complaint [CC] reports, Staci Gunar [SG] refers to herself as Tracys future roommate. SG is so cautious to protect her name from the sex, jealousy, betrayal, greed, revenge, extortion, and FRAUD but has no problem spreading her roommate Tracy’s name all through her hateful CC report and then placing it on the world-wide web! n Lets begin with the statement which SG finds so incriminating and vehemently protests: 1: it was never heard by the Judge. In fact it WAS HEARD in court by the Honorable Judge Stephan A. Rapp, Palm Beach County 4th DCA NO.: 4D11 338, CIRCUIT COURT NO.: 2008CFO16329AXXMB, and is a matter of public record: Presenting the statement: nFirst Id like to thank [Your Honor] for allowing me to speak. My name is Peter Copani. Im a writer of two self-help books, a certified health educator, and teacher of A Course in Miracles, a social activist and street writer. I worked extensively with teens and twenties. nIn 2001, I retired to Delray Beach and presented free lectures on self-healing at the Public Library. nI met Brock Mardis on August 19th in 2008 nearly three months before this ordeal began. He was a personal assistant job applicant, and honor student at Everglades University. When Brock saw a poster of Make Miracles Happen, He said, I read that book. I have type one diabetes mellitus. Its an incurable disease and I could use a miracle. nBrock Mardis started work the next day. I was planning a 70th birthday dinner at my house on August 30th. There was an extra space for a setting at the table and Brock asked if he could bring his girlfriend of four years, Tracy Mor-n. They were obviously infatuated with each other. Brock cooked one of the several dishes made available. After dinner I stood up and announced that I had made a commitment to make every opportunity available for Brock in his effort to healnhimself. nI was impressed with Brocks intelligence, his joy for living, positive attitude, and how he courageously faces up to Mellitus s potential for deterioration. Among our daily problem solving activity, we researched possible cures including Islet cell liver transplants, Chinese Medicine, and the creative power of prayer. nWe unraveled some of Brocks past and explored the obstacles searching for the cause and the resolution to current health problems blocking Brocks progress to be healthy. nBrock became my protg and I his mentor, at times, I his protg and he my mentor, and with a common goalnto be healthy we used exercise, wheat grass juice, and healing foods. Brock monitored his blood sugar levels 10 to 15 times a day injecting insulin as needed with each snack and meal. nI had the opportunity to observe Brock and Tracys sensual relationship months before the reported incident. They called each other, what seemed to me, to be every thirty minutes. I was the objective observer privy to their personal phone conversations on hundreds of occasions. I went to Brock and Tracys apartment, had several lunches at Whole Foods,ngrocery shopped, and went to dinners with them. Tracy visited and sometimes stayed with Brock in the loft at mynhouse. I was with Brock and Tracy at FAU and on an emergency trip to the hospital for Brock. Brock was always considerate of Tracy and on everynoccasion, they were passionate. nAlthough I thought theirs was not a good relationship, I didnt interfere, it was not my place. I focused on health and healing. When on November 10th, 2008 Tracy Mor-n and her future room-mate, Staci Gunar, [just a couple hoursnafter documenting her claim and leaving the hospital] called at 1:45 PM, to inform me that Tracy, was going to press these charges against Brock, I was shocked and couldnt understand it. What I know of Brock Mardis, was not the samenperson he was being portrayed as. [When they asked for a financial settlement it became crystal clear to me.] Brock had already moved into the loft over my garages and although seriously upset, he kept moving forward bravely dealing with his diabetes and the pending judicial issues surrounding these charges. He unselfishly continued to share his own personal growth experiences and researched knowledge through his gift of writing in magazines and on a free information website Brock and I co-created. nMr. Mardis has proven to be humble, appreciative, trust worthy and in touch with his spiritual self. I made a decision to stand by Brock and support him through these charges. nI observed, Know thyself, love thy neighbor, love your enemies, love those who persecute you put into practice. Mocked and humiliated, accused and charged, Brocks forgiving nature in the face of duress goes far beyond what is asked of most of us. nBrock Mardis is an inspiration and has earned not only my respect and admiration but that of my friends and relatives. nWithout proper care, the diabetes will take its toll. Its treatment does not fit into a formula but requires individual prescribed resolutions. Normal sugar levels are about 90. Mr. Mardis sugar levels while incarcerated fluctuate from a dangerous low of 37 to an extreme high of just under 600. When not cared for properly, mellitus leads to, at best, comatose, and death, and at worst, blindness and a longer more horrible series of amputations. nPlease intercede by granting Mr. Mardis probation, house arrest, ankle bracelet monitoring, or some reasonable bond that would allow for a balance of proper medical care and diet while relieving the over-burdened penal system from thenresponsibility, overcrowding, and the expense of caring for such a condition in a humane way. nOn behalf of Brock Mardis, I implore you to be merciful. Your generosity, Im sure, will be greatly appreciated and impart respect for you and the judicial system. Thank you for listening. n SG explains in her CC report, Tracy was concerned about Peters well-being a warning. After reviewing the conversation in that phone call, Tracys concern sounds like a hoax, a flimsy cover-up for extorting money from yours truly, Peter Copani, while holding Brock Mardis freedom as hostage. What SG isn’t telling you is when she, Staci Gunar said, Tracy wants a financial settlement or shes going to press rape charges against Brock! I could hear Tracy saying, I might as well get something out of putting up with him all these years! SG topped her with, She wants to get something for putting up with Brock for all these years. When I said, I wouldn’t give you an f— ing dime! Staci said, Why wouldnt you want to settle it right here and now? You know how lawyers are? n If Tracy was concerned about anything, other than establishing her case for blackmail, she may have had concern for Brock who is diagnosed as a hypoglemia unawareness type I mellitus diabetic, who foolishly drank wine,nover what was for him a traumatic temporary separation from Tracy.” In her CC reports SG and Tracy point out thatnBrock vomited. Tracy lived with Brock for nearly 4 years. They had developed a pattern for having sex which they both made separate sworn statements which confirms that their pattern for having sex was no different from this time innquestion. Tracy was also well aware of Brocks diabetes episodes. According to the American diabetes Association literature for a type I diabetic to be vomiting is considered a medical emergency. “”Tracy”” did nothing! This must be the negligence SG is referring to in her reports. nFurther evidence of the diabetic episode was demonstrated in Brock’s interrogation which SG also refers to as being a confession. The American Diabetic Association literature reads and I quote “”. Signs and symptoms of hypo- or hyperglycemia can be confused with intoxication or withdrawal. Individuals with diabetes exhibiting signs and symptoms consistent with hypoglycemia particularly altered mental status



and diaphoresis. Allnadjectives displayed in Brocks interrogation. Involuntary intoxication is when a person has a condition that unbeknownst to them can affect them without their knowledge. In this case

Involuntary Intoxication affected Brock during his interrogation.nBrock was diagnosed with hyperglycemia unawareness

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