A man in Maryland, United States, is accused of killing his brother and his wife, which may contain false information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the indictment, Jeffrey Burnham is accused of killing his brother, Brian Robinett, a pharmacist, because he believed he was killing people with the COVID-19 vaccine, CNN reported.
Investigators came to this conclusion based on the allegations made by the accused to his mother the day before the tragedy.
Burnham told his mother, Evelyn, that the government wants to confront Brian about poisoning the public with a vaccine. He said on several occasions that the victim “knew something”.
Legal documents confirm that the victims, Brian and his wife Kelly were shot several times with a .40 caliber pistol.
Police found Brian Robinet’s body on the first floor of the house and Kelly’s in the bedroom on the second floor. Sockets were also found throughout the residence.
Jeffrey Burnham is said to have stolen his brother’s red corvette, before stopping at a stranger’s house to ask for gas. The man, identified by police as a witness, said the accused told him he was going to be seen on TV and that his brother was killing people with the vaccine.
Brian and Kelly have two children.
The Crown Prosecutor is calling for the accused to be indicted in the case. Jeffrey Burnham is being held without bail.
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