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Is Kony 2012 a propaganda campaign?

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Published on Mar 9, 2012

Kony 2012 has gone viral. The documentary film that has literally spread all over the Internet and has received millions of views in a matter of days has many people talking. According to Invisible Children, the group that produced the film, the flick aims to make Joseph Kony famous in hopes of having him brought to justice. Kony is accused of kidnapping thousands of children and making them sex slaves and children soldiers. But are all sides of the story being told or is this just publicity stunt to get the US in Uganda? Keith Harmon Snow, a war correspondent, joins us for more.

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