At 8 a.m. on July 8, Food and Drug Administration agents backed up by Manatee County Sheriff’s deputies and Hazmat crews descended on a family compound in a quiet residential neighborhood of Bradenton, Florida.
Their quarry: family patriarch Mark Grenon and his Miracle Mineral Solution, a bleach-like substance he promotes as a religious sacrament and coronavirus cure.
Grenon, founder of Genesis II Church of Health and Healing, was not home. So agents arrested two of his adult sons, Jonathan and Jordan, and charged them with conspiring to defraud consumers by manufacturing and distributing a misbranded drug. They busted into the family’s safe, removing $65,000 in cash, gold and coins. They seized computers and documents, confiscated thousands of pounds of raw materials used to make MMS, then shut down the family’s New York bank accounts. […]
Michael BragaUSA TODAY