A Florida man and his three sons were accused in federal court of selling tens of thousands of bleaches that were sold as a “miracle cure” for the coronavirus and other illnesses, officials said.
Male Mark Glennon and his sons Jonathan, Jordan, and Joseph Glennon were accused of ordering to stop selling fake treatments in violation of fraud and civil court orders.Miracle Mineral Solution, “Or according to MMS, a document submitted Friday in the Southern District of Florida.
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A court document filed in a civil suit alleges in a podcast released last year that co-host Mark Glennon referred to the second amendment and threatened a federal judge with a court order to suspend the sale of MMS. I will.
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According to court documents, the family manufactured the solution in a Bradenton backyard hut about 45 miles south of Tampa. According to the document, this solution provides cancer, autism, diabetes and other disorders and illnesses through what the document describes as an “openly” non-religious church called the Church of Genesis II Health and Healing. Sold as all the remedies for.
According to the document, after marketing the solution as a Covid-19 treatment in March 2020, family revenues have increased significantly from an average of $ 32,000 to $ 123,000 per month.
The document states that the family has sold over 28,000 bottles and earned over $ 1 million.
Authorities found dozens of drums, 10,000 pounds of sodium nitrate, and thousands of solutions during the raid on Bradenton’s land, the Federal Attorney’s Office in southern Florida said in a news release.
Two of his sons-Jonathan and Jordan Glenon-will be arrested and prosecuted on Monday, Release says.
Mark and Joseph Glennon are in Colombia, Release says. It does not provide additional details about their location, and the spokeswoman did not immediately respond to the request for comment.
It is not clear if the family has a lawyer. The court record did not mention one, and the message sent to Genesis for comment was not immediately returned.