Professor of neuropsychiatry testifies that Wikileaks founder is suffering from deep depression and auditory hallucinations
[Ed. Note: Who ever thought that slapping an 800 pound gorilla in the face would end so badly?]
by Steve Watson
A disturbing testimony from a psychiatrist outlines that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is in such a bad state in prison that he should be considered at ‘high risk’ of suicide.
The Daily Mail reports that Professor Michael Kopelman testified during an extradition hearing in London that Assange has “begun making preparations to end his own life including confessing to a Catholic priest, drafting farewell letters to his family and drafting a will.”
Kopelman, emeritus professor of neuropsychiatry at King’s College London, also said that Assange told him he experienced hearing voices in his head saying “we’re coming to get you.”