My Australian husband Julian Assange is preventing for his life from inside the confines of a three-by-two-metre cell in Britain’s harshest jail, Belmarsh.The US has accused him of espionage because of his work with WikiLeaks in 2010-2011 and needs to extradite him to face courtroom.If his extradition goes forward, Julian faces a most 175-year jail sentence. As his spouse, I concern he shall be buried within the deepest, darkest nook of the US jail system till he dies.Throughout one other extradition listening to final yr a UK Justice of the Peace blocked Julian’s switch to the US over fears of “oppressive” circumstances that would drive him to take his life.On July 3, Julian turns 51. It is going to be the fourth yr he has spent his birthday alone in a cell, with out conviction. Stella Moris talks to her husband Julian Assange on the cellphone however he has spent 4 birthdays alone in jail. (Equipped: Gabriel Shipton)Is our time collectively operating out?When Julian is taken from his cell to the jail yard he tilts his head up so his eyes can concentrate on the space. If he narrows his eyes, the double razor wire above turns into a blur. Past is the open sky.Julian not too long ago found a household of nesting magpies. He noticed their residence subversively nestled between the razor wire. I feel our household is like these magpies.After we are collectively, we’re at all times a number of metres from their nest. Our kids — Gabriel, who’s 5, and Max, three — solely have recollections of their father inside the brutal environment of Belmarsh jail.We do not know the way lengthy our youngsters have left with their father. We do not know if we are able to go to him and even discuss to him on the cellphone. If the extradition goes forward, US authorities retain the precise to place Julian in circumstances so merciless that nobody in his place is more likely to survive.It’s unattainable for Julian and me to flee a sense that he’s on loss of life row. Our weekly visits stands out as the solely time we have now left collectively. However for the way for much longer? A number of months extra, a number of weeks, a number of days after which only some hours? I concern in the long run we’ll rely the minutes and the seconds. Stella, together with her youngsters, her mom Teresa Devant and Julian’s father John Shipton, says the sense of dread hanging over her and her husband appears like he’s on loss of life row.Guards search inside my youngsters’s mouths Julian Assange’s youngsters go to him in jail however have to be searched on entry.(Equipped: Gabriel Shipton )Have been it not for our youngsters, this approaching disaster can be all-consuming. However Julian and I do know these stands out as the solely recollections that our youngsters can have of their father. We make our visits as joyous as doable.I don’t want to clarify to Gabriel and Max the truth of this place the place we go to go to their father. They stay it. The youngsters stroll below razor wire and previous layers and layers of safety to achieve their daddy.Guards search inside their mouths, behind their ears and below their ft. The jail canines sniff them head to toe, back and front.Final week, Gabriel slipped some daisies he had picked by the jail partitions into his pocket to offer to his father. After he handed by the steel detector his daisies have been confiscated throughout the pat-down search by one of many guards, albeit reluctantly.Throughout visits, our household is allowed to embrace originally and finish. We will maintain every others’ palms throughout the desk. Julian and I should not allowed to kiss. However Julian would relatively kiss his spouse and be penalised than have that taken away from him too. So, we kiss. Julian Assange’s spouse Stella Moris says he defies guards to offer her a kiss once they meet in jail. (Equipped: Gabriel Shipton)Valuable moments for all times lessonsThe youngsters love visiting their daddy. Julian reads them tales. Gabriel shares his father’s fascination with numbers. Julian teaches them nifty methods: one of the best ways to peel an orange, open chips with out dropping any of the contents.These items might sound small to most individuals, however they’re our valuable moments collectively. A canteen promoting chips and oranges and the jail’s assortment of youngsters’s books are all that’s on provide within the customer’s corridor we share with 30-or-so prisoners and their households a few times every week.On March 23, we have been married in Belmarsh. The jail – usually stuffed with tragedy and isolation – was turned on its head for a number of hours to rejoice our love and dedication. Our nest within the razor wire.The final time the media photographed Julian was in 2019, by the scratched home windows of a jail van. The UK Authorities insist that our wedding ceremony pictures not be made public ‘on safety grounds’. In courtroom, Julian has not been permitted to take a seat together with his legal professionals. And regardless of many functions since January 21, he has not been allowed to attend his personal courtroom hearings in individual. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in London in 2019 after being faraway from the Ecuadorian embassy.(Reuters: Hannah McKay)It appears like a deliberate effort to take away Julian from view and switch him into Prisoner X: faceless, unvoiced and with no-one to bear witness to his therapy. However Julian just isn’t Prisoner X. He’s my husband and the daddy of our younger youngsters. We bear witness.Final week, information broke in Spanish media that Mike Pompeo, the director of the CIA below Donald Trump, had been summonsed by a Spanish Excessive Court docket choose to testify in relation to alleged plans by the US intelligence company to kidnap and assassinate Julian. Stella Moris, outdoors the Westminster Magistrates’ Court docket in London in April, continues to foyer for Julian Assange’s launch.(Reuters: Tom Nicholson)I’m assured historical past will vindicate Julian, however time is operating out.In October, he suffered a mini stroke. There may be solely a lot extra his physique can take.We want the Australian authorities would do extra to help Julian on this combat for his life.As a result of his therapy is at odds with democratic values. As a result of our youngsters want him. However above all, as a result of he deserves to come back residence.Stella Moris is a lawyer and spouse of Julian Assange. Ithaka: A Battle To Free Julian Assange is a two-part documentary screening on ABC TV and ABC iView. Filmed over two years throughout the UK, Europe and the US, it follows 76-year-old retired builder John Shipton’s tireless marketing campaign to avoid wasting his son.