Pensioner caught at the border with £250k of quack drug

New Southgate

A pensioner attempted to smuggle £250,000 worth of an unlicenced ‘wonder drug’ said to cure HIV, cancer and autism, a court heard. Brian Hall, 67, was caught with nearly 600 vials of GcMAF as he was attempting to board a ferry to Cherbourg in northern France. Hall had obtained the drug from a secret laboratory in Cambridge and was then planning to return to the UK via a private plane later that day, Southwark crown court heard. Prosecutor Max Baines…

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