Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, has just released another report on the war in Iraq. Assange was talking with CNN about his report, but walked out of the interview when Atika Shubert continued to ask him about his personal legal issues.
Assange warned Shubert repeatedly that if she kept asking about his legal issues, he would leave the interview. Shubert tried to get to the question in a round-a-bout way, and then Assange walked off the set.
Assange said that Shubert was “contaminating” the interview with her questions.
“This interview is about something else. I’m going to walk, if you’re going to contaminate this extremely serious interview with questions about my personal life…. I’m going to walk if you’re going to contaminate us revealing the deaths of 104,000 people with attacks against my personal life.”
Here is the video of Julian Assange walking out of an interview with CNN.
You can read about the new Wikileaks report here.