Even the prison walls and isolation in a distant land couldn’t stop Mark Grenon from spreading the healing power of chlorine dioxide and the word of God.
Locked in La Picota, a penitentiary in Bogota, Colombia, for dubious charges of “conspiring to defraud consumers by manufacturing and distributing a misbranded drug (Miracle Mineral Solution, or MMS),” for almost 20 months now, Grenon still managed to publish three books and continued to preach the Gospel to inmates, guards and whoever cared to listen. (Related: Medical political prisoner Mark Grenon reveals the truth behind chlorine dioxide and COVID-19 – Brighteon.TV.)
On February 25, Grenon, co-founder of the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing, was able to sneak in an interview with Bob Sisson, host of “CLO2TV” on Brighteon.TV using the prison phone before being abruptly told to cut off.
But for around 40 minutes, Grenon was able to clear the air on what led to the overkill raid, led by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorities, on their family compound in Bradenton, Florida.
Gregon was staying in Bogota at that time with his son Joseph, and arrested instead were his two other sons – Jonathan and Jordan – who also remained imprisoned in Miami.
The family’s valuables, $65,000 in cash, gold and coins stashed in a safe, cell phones, laptops, books and other stuff, got confiscated along with the paraphernalia being used in the manufacture of MMS, which they asserted could treat the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and other major illnesses. Their New York bank accounts were also shut down.
Although the distribution of MMS was mainly for members of their congregation and could be had by way of donations, the government, particularly the FDA, got piqued – labeling the MMS as “toxic bleach” and initiating court proceedings.
Grenon and his sons were indicted in April 2020 and their Florida compound was raided on July 8, 2020 by a composite team of 40 members, backed by a SWAT team and a helicopter squad.
Now 64 years old, Grenon deplored the harsh treatment they got for what Sisson depicted as “preaching the gospel and helping the people recover their health.”
Apart from COVID-19, MMS is also touted as a cure for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, autism, malaria, hepatitis, Parkinson’s disease, herpes, HIV/AIDS and other medical conditions.
The FDA, for its part, claimed there were over 16,000 cases of chlorine dioxide intoxication in the U.S. since 2014.
Confined mostly in his jail cell, Grenon, who claimed he was instrumental in then-President Donald Trump’s controversial suggestion of injecting disinfectant as a COVID cure, got ample time to analyze and reflect on what happened to his life.
“I think God put us here to help people while we’re here, spiritually and physically. But at the same token is, believe it or not, I never thought that I would go to jail and be a better person because of it,” said Grenon, a former missionary pilot based in the Dominican Republic.
And Grenon, who believes he was targeted by the government, bankers and Big Pharma, won’t be silenced. Just like the 1,800 ministers of health from 145 countries, Genesis II has been able to train to administer MMS and preach the gospel as well.
“I never thought I’d be an author. But when you have some message [to tell], hey, well, yeah,” said Grenon, who’s writing the fourth book while waiting for his extradition back to the United States.
According to Grenon, who was able to conduct 63 seminars in 2o countries before getting arrested, he’s hoping for a trial by jury in September.
He’s eager to face his detractors and accusers in court and prove the validity of the MMS as a universal cure-all.
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