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An independent expert for the U.N.-supported Human Rights Council who visited Julian Assange (pictured above) in a London prison said he & # 39; displayed all the symptoms characteristic of prolonged exposure to psychological torture & # 39;
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Former congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul says that Julian Assange could die in prison and accuse the clear decline in the heath of WikiLeaks founder of how he is being treated by the US and British governments.

Speaking about & # 39; Ron Paul Liberty Report accusing the 83-year-old US government of chasing Assanges and saying they want to challenge him or her with a death sentence or a prison life & # 39; because they are a journalist & # 39 ;.

The Libertarian calls Assange a & # 39; tragic story & # 39; and describes his health as & # 39; very bad & # 39 ;, noting that whistleblower friends are worried that his health will not end.

Assange, 47, has been relocated to the hospital wing in Belmarsh Prison and has been found to be unwell to appear via a video link as planned at the Westminster court.

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His lawyers reported that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him.

US authorities accuse Assange of violating espionage law when publishing secret documents.

Sweden wants to question him about allegations of sexual misconduct.

An independent expert for the U.N.-supported Human Rights Council who visited Julian Assange (pictured above) in a London prison said he & # 39; displayed all the symptoms characteristic of prolonged exposure to psychological torture & # 39;

An independent expert for the U.N.-supported Human Rights Council who visited Julian Assange (pictured above) in a London prison said he & # 39; displayed all the symptoms characteristic of prolonged exposure to psychological torture & # 39;

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Paul also compares the situation of Assange with the case of Otto Frederick Warmbier, an American student imprisoned in North Korea in 2016.

Warm beer was released by North Korea in a vegetative state in June 2017 and died shortly thereafter.

Paul goes on to ask what the ramifications would be if Assange is much more ill than is revealed and dies in prison as a result of how his case was handled by Washington and London.

& # 39; If he had a terminal illness or if something happened to him, good, bad or whatever and he dies in prison, how would we look very different on the surface from the North Koreans? & # 39; Ask Paul.

Ron Paul asks what the ramifications would be if Assange is much sicker than being revealed and dies in prison as a result of how his case was handled by the US and UK government

Ron Paul asks what the ramifications would be if Assange is much sicker than being revealed and dies in prison as a result of how his case was handled by the US and UK government

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Ron Paul asks what the ramifications would be if Assange is much sicker than being revealed and dies in prison as a result of how his case was handled by the US and UK government

Nils Melzer, the Special Rapporteur on Torture, visited Assange with two medical experts on 9 May to investigate potential victims of torture and ill-treatment. Melzer said it was & # 39; obvious & # 39; was that Assange's health was influenced by & # 39; the extremely hostile and random environment & # 39; which he had to deal with for years

Nils Melzer, the Special Rapporteur on Torture, visited Assange with two medical experts on 9 May to investigate potential victims of torture and ill-treatment. Melzer said it was & # 39; obvious & # 39; was that Assange's health was influenced by & # 39; the extremely hostile and random environment & # 39; which he had to deal with for years

Nils Melzer, the Special Rapporteur on Torture, visited Assange with two medical experts on 9 May to investigate potential victims of torture and ill-treatment. Melzer said it was & # 39; obvious & # 39; was that Assange's health was influenced by & # 39; the extremely hostile and random environment & # 39; which he had to deal with for years

Paul's allegations come as an independent expert for the UN-backed human rights council that Assange visited in prison, saying he & # 39; displayed all the symptoms characteristic of prolonged exposure to psychological torture & # 39 ;.

Nils Melzer, the Special Rapporteur on Torture, visited Assange with two medical experts on 9 May to investigate potential victims of torture and ill-treatment, as reported by the U.N. Human Rights Office on Friday.

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The UK, along with the US and Ecuador, conducted a & # 39; ruthless and rampant campaign of public harassment, intimidation and defamation against Mr. Assange & # 39;

He added that the & # 39; obvious & # 39; was that Assange's health was influenced by & # 39; the extremely hostile and random environment & # 39; he had to deal with for years.

Assange, 47, was moved to the hospital wing in Belmarsh prison, where his lawyers indicated that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him

Assange, 47, was moved to the hospital wing in Belmarsh prison, where his lawyers indicated that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him

Assange, 47, was moved to the hospital wing in Belmarsh prison, where his lawyers indicated that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him

He was found to be unwell to appear via a video link as planned at the Westminster court. His lawyers reported that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him

He was found to be unwell to appear via a video link as planned at the Westminster court. His lawyers reported that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him

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He was found to be unwell to appear via a video link as planned at the Westminster court. His lawyers reported that it was not possible to have a normal conversation with him

In & # 39; Ron Paul Liberty Report & # 39; Paul continues the American media and journalists for their lack of reporting on Assange's health problems, adding that news about his poor health came out through a Swedish newspaper.

Paul adds that there is not much good journalism in the area & # 39; and that, by no longer reporting on Assange, journalists do not want to protect their right to become a journalist. & # 39;

Paul continues to beat the American media and journalists because of the lack of reporting on Assange's health problems, adding that news about his poor health was published in a Swedish newspaper. Place supporters outside the Westminster Magistrates Court pictured above

Paul continues to beat the American media and journalists because of the lack of reporting on Assange's health problems, adding that news about his poor health was published in a Swedish newspaper. Place supporters outside the Westminster Magistrates Court pictured above

Paul continues to beat the American media and journalists because of the lack of reporting on Assange's health problems, adding that news about his poor health was published in a Swedish newspaper. Place supporters outside the Westminster Magistrates Court pictured above

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Paul defends the leakage of Assange & # 39; s information by saying that it is & # 39; not as he spied for the enemy & # 39 ;.

& # 39; His crime was telling us the truth & # 39 ;, says Paul. & # 39; He told the truth, he disclosed information … he is a whistleblower in the form of a journalist, & # 39; Paul added.

Assange lived in the embassy of Ecuador in London in 2012 until he was arrested in April after the Ecuadorian officials had withdrawn his asylum status.

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