According to court documents, a Maryland man was charged with the murder of his brother, a pharmacist. He confronted him about “the government poisoning people using COVID vaccines.”
According to Howard County, Maryland indictment documents, Jeffrey Burnham is accused of killing his sister-in law, his brother and another woman who were giving vaccines. He also claimed he was “killing people”.
Burnham traveled to Ellicott, Maryland, where he met his brother Brian Robinette and his sister-in-law Kelly Robinette. On Sept. 30, Burnham was later found dead from gunshot wounds.
Burnham wanted to confront his brother over the vaccine and said that “Brian knows some!” According to detectives.
Authorities said he took off in his brother’s Corvette and was pursued by authorities when the vehicle’s EZ Pass was used. A tipter alerted authorities that he had seen him. Burham was taken into custody in West Virginia, and extradited to Maryland on Tuesday.
Police suspect Burham could have also killed Rebecca Reynolds, an older woman from Cumberland, Maryland. Reynolds was then seen driving to her brother’s house in his car. According to ABC News affiliate, Reynolds was found in her home with a severe laceration to her throat. WMAR.
Burham has been accused of two counts in first degree murder, two counts in second degree murder and using a gun, both in Howard County Maryland. He was also accused of first degree murder in Allegany County and car theft.
Burnham has not pleaded guilty. Jessica Colwell and Michael Stankan, Burnham’s attorneys, told ABC News that he was “presumed innocent” by a joint statement.
The statement stated that “he has the right to a fair hearing and due process according to the law.” “We are meeting with our client now and will be reviewing the evidence. We will not comment until the process is complete.