Anorak News | The Joseph Kony Invisible Children story in photos

The Joseph Kony Invisible Children story in photos

by | 17th, March 2012

WHEN Invisible Children posted their film about Joseph Kony on the internet, the thing exploded. Kony was big news. Debate raged. A Start The War movement was born. So was the charity’s Jason Russell (arrested for masturbating in public). This is the story in photos:


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Joseph Kony, leader of Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army, second right, and his deputy Vincent Otti, right, are seen during a meeting with a delegation of Ugandan officials and lawmakers and representatives from non-governmental organizations, Monday, July 31, 2006 in the Democratic Republic of Congo near the Sudanese border. On Tuesday, Aug. 2, Kony, who rarely appears in public, told journalists he was committed to negotiating peace and denied he had committed war crimes. The Lord's Resistance Army is made up of the remnants of a rebellion that began in 1986. The rebels are accused of attacks on civilians and aid workers in neighboring Congo and Sudan, where they sought refuge as the Ugandan army gained an upper hand in northern Uganda. (AP Photo)

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