Julian Assange has been placed in lockdown at Belmarsh prison after a coronavirus outbreak was detected in his block. The Wikileaks founder said all exercise has been stopped, while showers have been prohibited and meals are to be provided directly to prisoners in their cells. Mr Assange, who has been held at the London prison since April 2019, said he and a number of fellow inmates had received a letter from the governor notifying them that authorities...Full Article
Julian Assange ‘under lockdown’ in Belmarsh amid coronavirus outbreak
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