Authorities say a man in Maryland, USA, has been charged with killing his brother and wife in a case that could be misinformation about the Covit-19 vaccine.
According to the indictment, Jeffrey Burnham allegedly killed his brother, Brian Robinette, a pharmacist, because he believed he was killing people with the COVID-19 vaccine, CNN reports.
Investigators came to this conclusion based on a report that the accused allegedly told his mother the day before the tragedy.
Burnham referred to his mother, Evelyn, and said he wanted to confront Brian about poisoning people with the vaccine. He is said to have said on several occasions that the victim “knew something”.
Legal documents show the victims, Brian and his wife Kelly, were shot multiple times with a .40 caliber gun.
Police reportedly found Brian Robinet’s body on the first floor of the house and Kelly’s body in the bedroom on the second floor. Sockets were also found throughout the apartment.
Jeffrey Burnham is said to have stolen his brother’s red corvette before he stopped to ask for gas at a stranger’s house. The man, who was identified as a witness by the police, is said to have told the accused that he was going to see himself on TV and that his brother had vaccinated and killed people.
Brian and Kelly are survived by two children.
Crown’s attorney is calling for the accused to be charged in this case. Jeffrey Burnham has been arrested without bail.
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