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he co-founder of Invisible Children, the group between the contentious
Kony 2012 video, was detained on Thursday after he was caught allegedly
masturbating, vandalizing cars and “possibly under the influence of
something,” according to American reports.
Diego Police told NBC that they received several calls Thursday at
11:30 a.m. about a man, Jason Russell, running through traffic and
screaming. Police say he was "in his underwear."
Russell is one
of the co-founders responsible for the video titled "Kony 2012" video
that went viral last week. It has garnered global media attention and
has reached 74 million views and counting on YouTube in one week’s time.
The documentary follows the progression of the Lord’s
Resistance Army in Uganda and the crimes of its leader Joseph Kony, who
tops the International Criminal Court’s list of indicted criminals.
Critics have labeled the video as ‘propaganda,’ while others have raised
concerns about IC’s finances despite the release of the group’s
financial records on its website.
TMZ.com is reporting
that the CEO of Invisible Children, Ben Keesey, has commented on
Russell's incident, saying he has been hospitalized as he is 'suffering
from exhaustion, dehydration and malnutrition.'
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