A Florida father and his three sons were accused in federal court of selling tens of thousands of bottles of bleach that were marketed as a “miracle cure” for coronavirus and other illnesses, authorities said Friday.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 in Florida’s southern district.Florida investigators carry evidence away from a home involved in illegally selling a bleach like chemical mixture as a miracle cure for the new coronavirus and other diseases, in Bradenton, Florida, on July 9, 2020.WFLAThe Food and Drug Administration has warned people not to ingest the potentially deadly chlorine dioxide solution, which is typically used for industrial water treatment.Court documents filed in the civil case say that on a podcast released last year, co-host Mark Grenon allegedly referenced the 2nd Amendment and threatened a federal judge over the court order halting the sale of MMS, saying that she was committing “treason.”“Do they want a Waco?” he allegedly said, referring to the 1993 siege that left 76 people dead.According to court documents, the


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