A memo written by a public affairs officer at the US embassy in Uganda documents Invisible Children’s collaboration with Ugandan intelligence services.

The Invisible Children NGO, most famous for its Kony 2012 online video, helped the Ugandan government arrest a former child soldier and backed an operation that killed more civilians than militants, cables published by Wikileaks reveal.

One comment on “A memo written by a public affairs officer at the US embassy in Uganda documents Invisible Children’s collaboration with Ugandan intelligence services.
  1. JonnyJames says:

    RT needs to hire me to edit for them:
    “…It has been criticized for oversimplified the issue…” it should read “oversimplifying”

    These “invisible crackers” ought to be exposed for the fraudsters and liars that they are. These f-ers have tax exempt status? All part of the “crimonogenic” culture I guess.

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