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Last year, Michael Kopelman, professor emeritus of neuropsychiatry at King’s College London, told the lower court that Assange suffered from anxiety, depression and auditory hallucinations, which he had imagined committing suicide and faced to imminent extradition, “he would indeed find a way to kill himself.

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