Live Blood Analysis quack sentenced

Posted 24 March 2014

This UK article (March 20, 2014) reports on Live Blood Analysis quack Errol Denton who was handed a £19,000* court bill.

The Ilford Recorder reported:

Denton, who did not attend court and was not represented, was ordered to pay a total of £19,101 in fines and prosecution costs at Westminster Magistrates Court.

He was found guilty of nine offences after a trial, a rare prosecution under The Cancer Act 1939, which prohibits advertisements offering to treat or to cure cancer.

Errol Denton also featured prominently in the UK ASA ruling: “ASA Adjudication on Live Blood Test”

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