From Consortium News
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange is facing extradition to the U.S. for conspiracy to hack into Defense Department computers in 2010.
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Journalist John Pilger has recently visited imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and has raised an alarm about Assange's "deteriorated" health.
Pilger said in a Tweet on Wednesday that Assange is "isolated" and treated "worse than a murderer."
"I now fear for him," Pilger wrote.
Do not forget Julian # Assange. Or you will lose him.
I saw him in Belmarsh prison and his health has deteriorated. Treated worse than a murderer, he is isolated, medicated and denied the tools to fight the bogus charges of a US extradition. I now fear for him. Do not forget him.
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