Julian Assange suffers a stroke in prison for “constantly playing chess” about his future, fiancé claims


Julian Assange suffered a stroke in prison because of the “constant chess game” for his future, his fiancée claimed.

The 50-year-old Wikileaks founder is said to have suffered a stroke in the dispute over his extradition to the United States.

He is being held at HMP Belmarsh, a maximum security prison for men in south east London.

Stella Moris, 38, mother of his two children, tweeted: “Julian Assange suffered a stroke on the first day of the High Court appeal hearing on October 27th. He must be released. Now.”

In an interview with the Mail On Sunday, she said, “Julian is in trouble and I fear this mini-stroke could herald a major attack. It increases our fears about its survivability the longer this long legal battle lasts. “

“It needs to be resolved urgently. Look at animals that are caged in a zoo. It shortens their lives. This is what happens to Julian. The endless lawsuits are extremely psychologically stressful.”

She added, “I think that constant game of chess, battle for battle, the extreme stress that caused Julian’s stroke on October 27th … he was in a really terrible condition. His eyes were out of sync, his right eyelid was not. ” nah, his memory was blurry. “


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