Video Emerges Showing Assange in Britain’s Belmarsh Prison

From Ruptly, Russia Today’s video channel:

Exclusive footage showing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in London’s high security Belmarsh prison has been obtained by Ruptly. It was filmed on a device by a fellow inmate who describes himself as a supporter of the whistleblower.

The video shows Julian Assange having a conversation with another inmate. It also shows the whistleblower inside a cell, which contains a bed with a thin blue mattress, as well as other images of the prison’s interior. Ruptly could not independently verify whether the images were of Assange’s cell.

The footage appears to have been filmed before Assange was reportedly moved to the prison’s medical ward last week after his health deteriorated. WikiLeaks said that he lost weight dramatically and was incapable of even holding a conversation.

Although the timestamp on the video says ‘2017,’ Ruptly believes this discrepancy to be due to a faulty setting on the recording device and that the video was shot inside Belmarsh prison, where Assange arrived in April 2019.

Ruptly has not been able to verify if Assange is aware of the existence of the footage.

Assange has been serving a 50-week sentence for breaching bail in 2012. He is facing an extradition request from the US on charges of violating the US Espionage Act by publishing classified military and diplomatic documents in 2010.

4 thoughts on “Video Emerges Showing Assange in Britain’s Belmarsh Prison”

  1. Many a good Catholic boy has done time for crimes against the Queen in Belmarsh. If I could tell Julian anything it’s that the men on the other side of any of those four walls are all comrades against the state. We’re all with you, brother. Keep yourself alive.

  2. I hope he survives. Assange seems to have good sense, unlike Snowden, respectfully. Assange is a rare leader.

    1. Milosevic also died in prison but now has been found innocent . Only guilty of trying to protect his country against the globalists .

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