FDA: Florida church sold fake coronavirus cure
Agents raid "Genesis II Church of Health and Healing" after toxic "Miracle Mineral Solution" was marketed as a cure for COVID-19.
federal authorities carted out dozens of barrels from the genesis to Church of Health and Healing. After church leaders were charged, They were ordered to stop selling their toxic bleach solution, marketed as a corona virus cure, in April. Since then, the church has continued to sell the substance, even sending letters to the judge overseeing the case, saying they would not comply and threatening violence. 62 year old Mark Brennan and his sons, 34 year old Jonathan Grennan, 32 year old Joseph Grennan, and 26 year old Jordan Grennan face charges of conspiracy to defraud the U. S. Conspiracy to violate the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and criminal content. The U. S, attorney for the Southern District of Florida said in a release Quote. Not only is this MM s product toxic, but its distribution and use may prevent those who are sick from receiving the legitimate health care they need and quote. According to court documents, the Grennan allegedly sold tens of thousands of bottles of MM s nationwide as a miracle cure all for dozens of diseases. The products were allegedly sold under the guise of a church in order to avoid regulation off their miracle mineral solution and charging documents say. Their website described the organization as a quote nonreligious church.