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#Kony2012: The Sad Aftermath Of The Viral Video's Filmmaker

Filmmaker and Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell became an instant sensation after his #Kony2012 video received 100 million hits in less than six days, becoming the most viral video of all time. And on Friday, the sudden rise to fame, combined with unanticipated negative critical reaction, apparently proved too much to bare for the filmmaker, resulting in a true mental meltdown.
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