Imagine if babies could speak. Famous BBC international correspondent, Malcolm Brabant, became dangerously ill after he was vaccinated against yellow fever, and the manufacturer denies everything. Now he has written a book about his shocking experiences, and the story is reported in the Daily Telegraph.
Malcolm Brabant with his wife Trine and son Lukas
'Malcolm Brabant: 'I suffered psychosis after a routine injection'
'In a powerful new book, veteran BBC correspondent Malcolm Brabant outlines his catastrophic descent into psychosis a routine immunisation. Glenda Cooper, reports on his battle for compensation, and his efforts to rebuild his life and his career.
By Glenda Cooper
'New Year’s Eve 2011, and a psychedelic blaze of colour and sound erupted as a
fireworks display heralded the start of the evening’s celebrations in the centre
of Copenhagen. In his hospital room in the outskirts of the capital, the veteran
BBC correspondent Malcolm Brabant calmly removed the belt from his trousers and
tied one end around his neck, and the other to the end of his bed. He was
convinced that he was the Devil and unless he killed himself by midnight, the
apocalypse would be unleashed...read here