A Maryland man allegedly killed his own pharmacist brother because he believed he was killing civilians by "poisoning" them with COVID-19 vaccinations.
According to new charging files against him, Jeffrey Burnham, from Cumberland, allegedly told his mother he was going to confront his brother, Brian Robinette, because he was poisoning people with the vaccinations meant to protect them from COVID-19.
Burnham told her he thought his brother "knows something."
Burnham was apprehended on October 1 at The Billy Motel & Bar in Davis, West Virginia after flagging down a firefighter and telling him he "had been forced to kill three people."
On Tuesday, Burnham was extradited back to Maryland where he remains held without bond in Allegany County.