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Artist and Russian dissident Andrei Molodkin says he has gathered 16 works of art worth more than $45 million in a 29-ton safe with an extremely corrosive acidic substance. The artist states that masterpieces by the likes of Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt and Andy Warhol will be turned into debris if Julian Assange dies in prison. â€˜Since Julian Assange has been in prison, freedom of expression, freedom of speech, freedom of information has started to be more and more repressed. In our catastrophic time, when we have so many wars, to destroy art is much more taboo than to destroy the life of a person."

The project, called Dead Man's Switch, is backed by Assange's wife Stella, whose husband is awaiting his final appeal against being extradited to the U.S., where he faces charges and possible decades in prison under the Espionage Act.  Molodkin says he would feel no emotion if the art was destroyed because freedom is much more important.  Stella Assange, who has two children with her husband, says: "Which is the greater taboo, destroying art or destroying human life?" Read more here.