How 'Kony' Clip Caught Fire Online

How 'Kony' Clip Caught Fire Online

There are 1 comment on the Wall Street Journal story from Mar 10, 2012, titled How 'Kony' Clip Caught Fire Online. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

An Internet video seeking to draw attention to fugitive African rebel leader Joseph Kony now stands as the fastest-growing viral phenomenon in Web history, thanks to informal celebrity advocates and young viewers.

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anonymous

Wellsboro, PA

#1 Mar 10, 2012
It's a scam. The charity has failed to send more than a third of it's funds to actually help Ugandians. Instead the money goes to expensive video equipment and offices for the creator. Let it be noted the film creator's own son has more time in this video than all the Ugandians and Kony combined!

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