It’s no secret that there are some terrible people in this world.
Unfortunately, it seems like terrible people thrive off of others’ fears during hard times — such as the pandemic.
Just like one Florida man and his three sons who have been accused of selling tens of thousands of bottles of bleach they falsely claimed to be a “miracle cure” for COVID-19.
According to NBC News, “Mark Grenon, and his sons, Jonathan, Jordan and Joseph Grenon, were accused of fraud and violating civil court orders instructing them to stop selling the fake cure, which they promoted as ‘Miracle Mineral Solution,’ or MMS, according to documents filed Friday in Florida’s southern district.”
Mark Grenon allegedly threatened a federal judge while co-hosting a podcast last year, claiming her court order to halt his MMS sales was an act of “treason,” according to court documents.
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