Texas targeting an MMS distributor

Posted 02 November 2016

Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan has filed suit to stop a Texas-based distributor from marketing Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS).

The chemicals in MMS—sodium chlorite and citric acid—when mixed together become chlorine dioxide, a powerful bleaching agent that can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe dehydration when taken by mouth. Ryan’s petition alleges:

  • Shane Hawkins promotes and sells MMS in Harris County through “seminars” offered at local hotels.
  • These seminars are referred to as “Genesis II Church Sacraments: The Fundamentals of MMS.”
  • This “church” has no known affiliation with any legitimate religious organization.
  • The sacraments consist of mixing up and consuming MMS.
  • Attendees must pay a $500 cash “donation” at the door in an envelope labeled “Genesis II Church donation c/o Rev. Shane Hawkins.”
  • The donation gets a person a church membership for a year and a “Reverend Certificate.”
  • Those who finish the course are promised that
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