Julian Assange In Danger of Assassination

Julian Assange won’t survive extradition to the United States, because he may be a marked man … so fears Pamela Anderson.

The former “Baywatch” star came on “TMZ Live” Tuesday hours after she visited Assange in prison and told us she’s deathly afraid for his safety no matter where Assange is … America, or otherwise. 

As you know … Assange was forcibly removed from the Ecuadorean Embassy in the UK last month after the country withdrew his asylum. The United States has accused Assange of conspiring with Chelsea Manning to hack a classified Pentagon computer and wants the Wikileaks founder extradited to the U.S. to stand trial. He’s currently in a maximum security facility in London.

Pam, a huge advocate for her friend Assange, believes there’s no chance he would withstand extradition … and she’s fighting like hell to make sure Julian isn’t extradited, telling us it’s a matter of life and death.

After seeing Assange in person for the first time in over a year, Pam gives us an update on his frail condition … but she strongly hints his health is not the reason he’s staring death in the face.

The 51-year-old star has been a long-term advocate for Assange’s cause and shared her message of support on social media after visiting him at Belmarsh Prison in London.

She arrived at the prison wrapped in a gray blanket emblazoned with words including “gagged” and “free speech.”

Anderson later told her Twitter followers that the 47-year-old Assange is “treated as the world’s most dangerous man in order to make him a criminal, without him ever having done anything whatever wrong.”

At a preliminary hearing to discuss Assange’s possible extradition to the U.S., he told Westminster Magistrates Court, “I do not wish to surrender myself for extradition for doing journalism that has won many awards and protected many people.”

Anderson was accompanied on her visit to Belmarsh by WikiLeaks editor Kristinn Hrafnsson.

She is the first person to visit Assange in prison, other than his legal advisers.

This continues a long-term bond between the two, with Anderson serving as a confidante for Assange during his years holed up in the embassy.

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