By MAMAMIA TEAM
When Brryan Jackson was just 11 months old, his father injected him with the HIV virus.
It was 1992 and Brryan’s father Brian Stewart was working as a blood transfusion specialist. Brian injected his son with HIV-tainted blood in the hopes that it would kill his son.
He wanted his son to die so that he wouldn’t have to pay child support.
When authorities discovered what Brian had done, a court sentenced him to life in prison. The judge who gave him the sentence called Brian the ‘worst kind of war criminal’.
At age five, Brryan then developed AIDS.
His mother was told he would not live past the age of six.
The medications Brryan was taking – which at one point included 23 oral pills, two IV bags and three injections a day – caused him to lose 70 percent of his hearing.
But Brryan kept on living. He changed his name from ‘Brian’ to ‘Brryan’ when he was growing up, in order to separate himself from his father’s identity.