A few months back I wrote Yes, it may be illegal to sell MMS. It was about news and a DOJ press release (Four Charged with Internet Sales of Industrial Bleach as Miracle Cure). In short, members of company led by one Daniel Smith were charged with various offenses involving the import of materials, production of MMS and sale of MMS.
Mr. Smith has been convicted. Here is the verdict form document.
In short, the document states that the following about six counts brought against Mr. Smith:
Count 1: Conspiracy. Guilty
Count 2: Misbranding: Guilty
Count 3: Another count of misbranding: Guilty
Count 4: Another count of misbranding: Guilty
Count 5: Another count of misbranding: Not Guilty
Count 6: Fraudulently importing merchandise: Guilty
Per Consumer Affairs (“Miracle Mineral Solution” promoter convicted of selling bleach as a miracle cure)
In all, the jury convicted Smith of one count of conspiracy to commit multiple crimes, three counts of introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce with intent to defraud or mislead and one count of fraudulently smuggling merchandise into the United States. The jury found Smith not guilty on one out of four of the misbranded drug counts. He faces a statutory maximum of 34 years in prison at his Sept. 9 sentencing.
MMS has recently become a fad “treatment” for autism, promoted largely by Kerri Rivera. She has done so at the AutismOne parent convention (where anyone, it seems, can promote any fake cure as long as one claims vaccines cause autism and the “cure” is a treatment for vaccine injury) as well as her website, book and clinic in Mexico. Also via skype for 100 Euros an hour.
Coincidentally, No More Bleach is reporting that Ms. Rivera’s online presence has gone largely offline. I wouldn’t make too much of the coincidence. One site (http://cdautism.org/) is up. A facebook page is still down as of writing this (https://www.facebook.com/Kerririveracdautism).
The main promoter of MMS is a man by the name of Jim Humble, who heads a self-styled “church”. The Genesis II Church of Health and Healing. Their website is up. And includes this disclaimer:
– Disclaimer –
The protocols described on this site are official sacraments of the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing. The reader accepts 100% responsibility for any and all use made of any information herein.
Yes, they discuss how it heals so many things (it doesn’t) but disclaim any responsibility by claiming it is a “sacrament”. If this weren’t being used on disabled children, I would consider hiding behind a church ( a fake church in my opinion) as being reprehensible. But that act pales in comparison to the harm caused to individuals.
Mr. Humble not only heads a church and has invented a miracle cure that apparently does everything, he has also found a way to “reduce radiation to zero and create gold in the process”:
Zero Fusion and Atomic Alchemy ebook
Reduce radiation to zero and create gold in the process.
You know it had to happen sooner or later.
YES, RADIATION CAN BE REDUCED TO ZERO AND ALL THE WORLDS ATOMIC WASTE SITES CAN BE FIXED.
On the webpage for this eBook he states
Did I do it? Yes many times. I actually made gold and platinum and demonstrated it to Texas A & M University. But don’t check with them as they will refuse to admit that they every saw me or that they ever came to my Laboratory in Las Vegas, or that they assayed the precious metals right after my demonstration, but they did. Thirteen Videos come with this book free of charge showing actual demonstrations of all of the concepts given in the book. BUY THIS BOOK AND STORE IT AWAY. MANKIND MIGHT NOT BE READY FOR THIS TECHNOLOGY, BUT MAYBE IN 20 or 30 or 50 YEARS IT WILL BE NEEDED AND YOU WILL HAVE IT.
Why bring this up here? Because–this is an example that the man is a believer in junk science. Actually, this isn’t even in the same postal code as junk science, and not in the same galaxy as real science. And yet people believe the “Archbishop” Humble, alchemist, invented a cure all (everything from brain cancer to diaper rash) and called it MMS?
To be blunt, Mr. Smith is not the only person whose actions on MMS are suspect. I hope that the Department of Justice acts against all those selling this fake cure-all.
Mr. Humbles followers have not failed to notice that Mr. Smith wasn’t convicted of selling fake medicine. On his public forum one can find this statement:
How curious, no charges that MMS is dangerous, only mentioned in the article, not in the verdict. What a stretch! Interstate commerce, victimless crimes? Where is the victim? There is no common law. There is no constitution. Jury rights are truncated. There is no justice in these courts!
Where are the victims? The victims are people taking the medicine. Sadly, that is not the crime. If adults want to waste time, money and health on this nonsense, that’s one thing, but children and more, disabled children are being subjected to this. But, hey, if it takes the crimes found proved in the charges above to put a stop to this, good on you Department of Justice.
By Matt Carey