The former Guernsey resident, who was said to have made nearly £8m. selling GcMaf through his local company Immuno Biotech, was sentenced to 15 months at the end of November by a UK court.
‘I am at last out of Wandsworth Prison, after five months, a month late,’ he said in a message to his supporters.
‘They just could not be bothered to release a 66-year-old autistic (reports from three specialists) man with eight illnesses.’
He said he was one and three quarter stone lighter, cold all the time and incredibly weak.
‘Too weak to drive sometimes.
‘Can’t handle a big supermarket. It’s put 20 years on me. The food was awful, so was the filth. The prison is built in 1851. Sometimes we were locked up 23 hours a day. I desperately needed the gym initially, but couldn’t get any prison guards to unlock the cell doors. I gave up, then became too weak to use it anyway.
‘My body, particularly my arms and shoulders, ache from the hard beds and pillows.
‘Most of the prisoners are very nice, although only 20% English.
Noakes was jailed for 12 months for the manufacture and sale of GcMaf with three months consecutive for money laundering.
Noakes added: ‘Now we face confiscation of our remaining possessions under the Proceeds of Crime Act.’