The Julian Assange case

Dear Sir,

As far as I'm concerned Julian Assange is being mentally tortured by the system, which means Article 3 of the ECHR, Prohibition of torture, must be activated immediately. 

Article 3 clearly states no one shall be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, this is the only absolute right with no exceptions or limitations, and under Article 6 of the ECHR, Right to a fair trial, 2, everyone charged with a criminal offence shall be presumed innocent until proven guilty according to law, which means at the moment Julian Assange is an innocent man, and is guilty of nothing only jumping bail, and all the rest are just allegations, but the governments and other systems involved in Julian Assange case are going out of their way to make him look like some kind of major criminal.

All three governments and judicial systems involved went out of their way to publicize allegations made against him, This is beyond doubt mental torture, because every time they connect his name to such allegations he is being degraded and inhumanly treated and mentally tortured and punished. As a result this will have a serious effect on his mental health, and if that's not bad enough the UK government have now sent him to a super-max prison and for what, jumping bail, that is just disgraceful behaviour from the UK government.

Article 14 of the ECHR, prohibition of discrimination, all human rights shall be secured without discrimination on any ground, so why would any government deliberately deny anyone their human rights, do they think human rights is some kind of a joke, are they sitting back laughing at the fact that they are breaking the law by violating human right?

John Mckeown