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Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) seller receives prison sentence

Louis Daniel Smith, 45, was sentenced to 51 months in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release. In June, a jury convicted Smith of six criminal counts related to marketing an industrial bleach as a "miracle cure" for cancer, AIDS, malaria, hepatitis, Lyme disease, asthma, the common cold, and many other diseases. MMS contains a 28% solution of sodium chlorite, which, when mixed with an acid such as citrus juice, produces chlorine dioxide, a potent bleach used for stripping textiles and industrial water treatment. High oral doses, such as those recommended in MMS labeling, can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and symptoms of severe dehydration. Sodium chlorite is not legal to sell for human consumption, and legitimate suppliers of the chemical include a warning sheet stating that it can cause potentially fatal side effects if swallowed. Evidence presented at trial indicated that Smith (a) created phony "water purification" and "wastewater treatment" businesses in order to obtain sodium chlorite and ship his MMS without being detected by the FDA or U.S. Customs and Border Protection and (b) hid evidence from FDA inspectors and destroyed evidence while law enforcement agents were executing search warrants. Before Smith's trial, three of his conspirators pleaded guilty to introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce.


ZitatA family accused of selling a toxic industrial bleach as a coronavirus cure through their Florida-based church has been indicted on federal charges.

A federal grand jury in Miami returned an indictment Thursday charging Mark Grenon, 62, and his sons, Jonathan, 34, Jordan, 26, and Joseph, 32, with one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt, according to court records. They face possible life sentences if convicted.
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