Throughout the United Kingdom, Brian Daniels is a leading voice in the campaign to expose the dark side of the psychiatric industry, which includes psychiatric corruption, forced incarceration and the widespread drugging of children.
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Brian Daniels is exposing the dark side of the psychiatric industry in the United Kingdom.
“My purpose is to make sure that the truth comes out and to help the people who’ve been damaged by psychiatry achieve justice.”
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