Web Extra: Skype Interview With MMS Opposer Fiona Oleary

LITTLE ROCK, AR - A small bottle for a small price has made big headlines in Arkansas that spread around the world.

"MMS" is a chemical substance at the center of Garland County case involving the removal of seven children from their home in January.

The FDA says MMS can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and symptoms of severe dehydration. Supporters though, say those effects mean it's working.

Aids, malaria and the common cold are all apparently no match for for what some say is a miracle in a bottle.

"It's absolutely shocking and it's child abuse," Fiona Oleary said during a Skype interview.

It was no surprise when the headlines in central Arkansas started catching the Oleary's eye more than 4 thousand miles away in Ireland.

She said, "It really set alarm bells ringing for me because this was the first time I heard of children being removed due to MMS."

Fiona, already battling the use of MMS in Ireland has taken her fight across the Atlantic. An Irish documentary by "RTE Prime Time" challenged the use of MMS and featured Fiona, a mother of five, who has children diagnosed as Autistic.

You can see the entire interview with Fiona in the attached video above.

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