WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange complained of hearing imaginary voices and music while detained in a high-security British prison, a psychiatrist who has interviewed him told his extradition hearing on Tuesday. The AFP reports that Michael Kopelman, a psychiatrist who has interviewed Assange around 20 times, said the former hacker would be a ‘very high’ suicide risk if he were extradited to the United States for leaking military secrets. He cited as evidence Assange’s ‘severe depression’ and ‘psychotic symptoms’, which included auditory hallucinations while in solitary confinement in his cell at the high-security Belmarsh Prison in southwest London.