Convicted of smuggling drug made of human blood

New Southgate

A branch chairman of UKIP who tried to smuggle £250,000 worth of an unlicenced ‘wonder drug’ made of human blood is facing jail. Brian Hall, 67, was caught with nearly 600 vials of GcMAF, which was said to cure HIV, cancer and autism when 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 planning to return to the UK via a private plane later…

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