They were selling a toxic mix that looks like a disinfectant, claiming that he had healed several diseases, including the COVID-19: an American at the head of a false church and his three sons were indicted for criminal association.
The Floridian, Mark Grenon, had surfed in April on about confused of president Donald Trump on possible injections of disinfectant to combat the coronavirus, boasting a product called the Solution Mineral Miracle (MMS).
“Trump has the MMS and all the info !!! Things are happening friends! “, had written Mr. Grenon on Facebook. “God help others so that they can see the Truth! “
The attorney for South Florida said in a court document Wednesday that federal health authorities had ” received information about people who had to be hospitalized, having developed serious health problems and died after drinking MMS “.
The public prosecutor has not specified how many deaths have been attributed to this potion.
The three sons of Mark Grenon have been indicted for conspiracy to defraud the United States and to violate the federal laws on drugs, and of obstructing the course of justice.
This last head is due to the fact that the Grenon, through their church ( a ” Genesis II Church of Health and Healing “, which they describe as ” non-religious “) did not obey a federal order their names to stop selling the product.
According to the department of Justice, they have raised $ 500,000 last year alone thanks to the sales of MMS.
Mark Grenon “has repeatedly recognized” that his church “had nothing to do with religion” and that he had founded to “legalize the use of MMS” and avoid ” going to jail “, according to the indictment.
The so-called church says that the MMS helps to ” cure, mitigate, treat or prevent coronavirus, which includes the Covid-19, as well as other diseases such as Alzheimer’s, autism, brain cancer, aids and multiple sclerosis “, according to the department of Justice.
“The MMS is a chemical that, when mixed with the activator included, made up a powerful product similar to other disinfectants of the market, according to the same source.
The u.s. agency of the drug had been warned already there are years that MMS could cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and symptoms of severe dehydration.