Fiona Oleary has also had contact with David Noakes. In her email she shares some quotes on his views regarding Amanda Mary. This information can not be verified by Autism Daily Newscast.
I Fiona O’Leary of organisation ART Autistic Rights Together give permission to Emma Dalmayne to use my quotes for an article she is writing.
David Noakes is under investigation by the authorities for his involvement in the production, advocating and sale of GcMAF both as a ‘Treatment’ for serious diseases such as Cancer and shockingly as a ‘Treatment’ for Autism.
I am liaising with the MHRA regarding this matter.
I have spoken to David Noakes on the telephone where he accused me of being a bad Mother who is making the wrong moral choices for my Autistic children.
When I asked David Noakes about his ex colleague Amanda Mary Jewell and the claims she was making regarding her life being at risk from big Pharma, he replied he “would be pleased if she was murdered”.
The people selling and advocating these illegal and unregulated products to Autistic children are criminals and should be treated as such!
After that shocking disclosure in which he allegedly expresses the view of being “pleased if she was murdered” regarding Amanda Mary Jewell I shall say this,
In my opinion what Noakes and people like him are doing is wrong, from previous articles of mine, you will know my views and from my reading of his emails he views autism as a illness or disease that can be cured/purged from the body.
We know autism is a neurological difference due to the synapses in the brain not pruning back in the first years of life the same way a neurotypical brain would. A neurological condition is not something that can be altered regardless of medication and certainly not with unproven unlicensed products sold by a company who were closed down by the MHRA. This experimentation on autistics must end.”
Finally, the views of Catherine Hall can be read below.
Emma Dalmayne has been diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome along with Synthanesia. She has six children on varying degrees of the most spectrum so easily. When she is not writing exposes as an autistic advocate, her days are spent doing sensory play, reading, outings, and taking them to therapies e.g. play therapy, music therapy, speech, and language.