Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was moved to solitary confinement in Wandsworth prison in the UK, The Guardian reported Thursday evening.
His lawyer, Mark Stephens, told The Guardian that Assange "doesn't have access to a computer, even without an internet connection, or to writing material. He's got some files, but doesn't have any paper to write on and put them in."
Assange was arrested and refused bail in England this week after Sweden sought his extradition for sexual assault.
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