WikiLeak Founder Walks out from CNN interview. I'm here to talk about murders not my personal life.

Atika Shubert interviewed Wikileaks founder Julian Assange shortly after his organization released classified US military documents related to the Iraq War. After asking him questions relating to internal issues related to Wikileaks itself, she began asking questions about his personal legal troubles in Sweden. Assange stated that if this line of questioning continued, as opposed to being asked questions directly related to what the interview is about, i.e., the leaked documents, he would leave the interview. Shubert persisted in her line of questioning, and Assange walked out of the interview.