Assange, 47, has been visited by Nils Melzer and Joseph Cannataci from the UN
They held meetings with the leaker in Belmarsh without a guard present
The investigators report on human rights violations and prison torture
A source said: 'I can't recall another prisoner being afforded the same privileges'
Julian Assange has sparked fury he is receiving special favours after he was visited by two United Nations human rights inspectors in prison.
The Wikileaks founder, 47, who is serving 50 weeks in Belmarsh prison for violating his bail conditions, was reportedly visited by the inspectors without a guard present.
A source said: 'I can't recall another prisoner being afforded the same privileges.'