WikiLeaks originator Julian Assange says he ‘hears voices’ in jail: therapist

London: WikiLeaks organizer Julian Assange grumbled of hearing fanciful voices and music while kept in a high-security British jail, a specialist who has talked with him told his removal hearing on Tuesday.

Michael Kopelman, a therapist who has talked with Assange around multiple times, said the previous programmer would be a “high” self destruction hazard on the off chance that he were removed to the United States for releasing military insider facts.

He refered to as proof Assange’s “extreme wretchedness” and “maniacal manifestations”, which included hear-able visualizations while in isolation in his cell at the high-security Belmarsh Prison in southwest London.

Kopelman told the Old Bailey court in focal London that Assange said he daydreamed music and voices saying “you are dust, you are dead, we are coming to get you”.

Assange’s self-destructive driving forces “emerge out of clinical elements… in any case, it is the advent of removal that will trigger the endeavor,” he included, cautioning “he will crumble generously” whenever removed.

Assange’s accomplice Stella Moris has recently said she dreaded he would end his own life, leaving their two youthful children without a dad.

James Lewis, speaking to the US government, tested Kopelman over the veracity of a portion of Assange’s cases, recommending he may have caused them to up.

Assange deals with 18 indictments under the US Espionage Act identifying with the 2010 delivery by WikiLeaks of 500,000 mystery d