Florida Family Sentenced to Prison for Peddling Toxic ‘Miracle Cure’ as COVID-19 Remedy

Florida Family Sentenced to Prison for Peddling Toxic ‘Miracle Cure’ as COVID-19 Remedy

In a landmark decision, a Florida family has been handed down prison sentences for their involvement in a dangerous scheme involving the sale of a toxic industrial bleach as a fraudulent COVID-19 cure through their online church. Three months after their conviction, a federal judge in Miami has meted out penalties that mark the end of their illicit operations.

Grenon Clan Faces Justice: Florida Family’s ‘Miracle Cure’ Scam Lands Them in Prison

Jonathan Grenon, aged 37, and Jordan Grenon, aged 29, have received a severe sentence of 151 months behind bars. This harsh penalty stems from their roles in conspiring to defraud the United States by distributing an unapproved and misbranded drug, in addition to contempt of court charges. The verdict was announced in a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office Southern District of Florida. Meanwhile, Mark Grenon, aged 66, and Joseph Grenon, aged 36, have been sentenced to the maximum term of 60 months for their involvement in the conspiracy.

These convictions followed a riveting federal trial where the Grenons acted as their own legal representation, a fact reported by The Miami Herald. Notably, Mark Grenon is the father of Jonathan, Jordan, and Joseph Grenon.

Described as “con men” and “snake-oil salesmen” by prosecutors, the Grenon family ran the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing. This operation managed to generate a staggering $1 million in sales of their supposed “Miracle Mineral Solution,” which they touted as a remedy for a wide array of conditions.

However, it was clear that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had not given its approval for the use of MMS in treating COVID-19 or any other ailment. In fact, the FDA actively discouraged consumers from purchasing or utilizing MMS, categorizing it as equivalent to ingesting bleach. This dangerous concoction could lead to severe health consequences, such as intense vomiting, diarrhea, and potentially life-threatening low blood pressure. Shockingly, the FDA received numerous reports of hospitalizations, life-threatening conditions, and even fatalities linked to MMS consumption.

In a significant turn of events, a Miami federal judge had previously ordered the church to cease selling MMS in 2020. However, this injunction was blatantly ignored by the defendants.

During the pivotal trial in July, the jury was exposed to damning evidence that included photographs and videos depicting a squalid, dilapidated shed situated in Jonathan Grenon’s Bradenton, Florida backyard. This unsanitary space served as the clandestine manufacturing hub for MMS. The visual evidence revealed dozens of blue chemical drums containing nearly 10,000 pounds of sodium chlorite powder, alongside thousands of MMS bottles and various other materials used in the production and distribution of the harmful substance. Of paramount concern was the fact that these blue chemical drums bore warning labels emphasizing the toxic and highly dangerous nature of their contents.


The Genesis II Church’s websites paradoxically characterized the organization as a “non-religious church.” Co-founder Mark Grenon openly acknowledged that Genesis had no religious affiliations, and his primary motive was to “legalize the use of MMS” as a means to avoid legal repercussions.

In a significant legal victory, the Grenon family’s fraudulent enterprise has been effectively dismantled, sending a strong message against the sale of harmful pseudo-remedies and the exploitation of vulnerable individuals.


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