Items not on warrant taken during raids on GcMaf firm
ITEMS not covered under the terms of the warrant, including gold bars, were taken when inspectors from the former Health and Social Services Department raided two properties as part of an investigation into Immuno Biotech, it is alleged.
Searches were conducted on the Lower Pollet premises of the company behind the controversial cancer treatment GcMaf and a residential property on 28 January as part of an investigation into the alleged selling of unlicensed medicines.
The Royal Court heard that the Law Officers had conceded that the execution of the warrant had been unlawful and that Immuno Biotech chief executive officer David Noakes and his company would be pursuing a claim for damages.
In paperwork put before the court, on behalf of Mr Noakes, pictured, and his company, Advocate Clare Tee said HSSD, by and through its chief pharmacist and inspector, Ed Freestone, had breached the terms of the warrant on two counts.
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