The Palmieri Report previously reported on Julian Assange suffering a massive setback in his battle against extradition.
It is now revealed he suffered a stroke in prison.
It is believed that the stroke came from his ongoing legal battle against extradition to the US.
BREAKING: Doctors confirm Julian Assange suffered a stroke on the morning of his latest hearing
Amnesty called this weeks ruling reversing a decision to refuse extradition a "travesty of Justice" #FreeAssangeNOW https://t.co/xRi7di719U
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) December 11, 2021
Julian Assange has had a stroke in Belmarsh Prison, his fiancee Stella Moris revealed last night.
The WikiLeaks publisher, 50, who is being held on remand in the maximum-security jail while fighting extradition to America, was left with a drooping right eyelid, memory problems and signs of neurological damage.
He believes the mini-stroke was triggered by the stress of the ongoing US court action against him, and an overall decline in his health as he faces his third Christmas behind bars.
It happened at the time of a High Court appearance via video link from Belmarsh in October.
A ‘transient ischaemic attack’ – the interruption of the blood supply to the brain – can be a warning sign of a full stroke. Assange has since had an MRI scan and is now taking anti-stroke medication.
Ms Moris, 38, a lawyer, said: ‘Julian is struggling and I fear this mini-stroke could be the precursor to a more major attack. It compounds our fears about his ability to survive the longer this long legal battle goes on.
Julian Assange is being kept in his cell for long periods of time.
He is short on fresh air and sunlight and his diet is not great according to the report.
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