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Daily Beast: Authorities conducted a raid Wednesday afternoon at the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in Florida after the Food and Drug Administration issued an injunction ordering a pastor and his sons to stop distributing of phony COVID-19 cure called “Miracle Mineral Solution.” The solution contains the same amount of chlorine dioxide content as industrial bleach.
The pastor, Mark Grenon, was named in the injunction, along with his sons Jonathan Grenon, Jordan Grenon, and Joseph Grenon. The founder of the church, Jim Humble, was formerly a member of the Church of Scientology and believes himself to be a billion-year-old god from Andromeda. Humble has claimed that the Miracle Mineral Solution is the cure to numerous diseases.
BRADENTON, Fla. (WWSB) – Multiple agencies were called to the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in Bradenton, Fla. in connection with search warrants and a federal order involving a concoction that the church has been selling as an alleged treatment for the novel coronavirus.
Back in April, the FDA issued an injunction against the church for distributing a “Miracle Mineral Solution” that officials say was intended to treat COVID-19. The solution contains chlorine dioxide content equivalent to industrial bleach. Four individuals were named in the injunction, Mark Grenon, Joseph Grenon, Jordan Grenon and Jonathan Grenon.
According to Chief Brian Gorski of the South Manatee Fire Department, Hazmat crews were called to assist with warrants alongside local law enforcement and federal agencies. The warrants were served at the church location at 2014 Garden Parkway.
Chief Gorski said that Hazmat was there to help with the identification of chemicals found on site.
The crews found:
50 gallons muriatic acid
22 gallons of the finished “Miracle Mineral Solution”
The church must also reach out to every one who has purchased the solution to notify them that the product was unlawfully distributed.