Many Ugandans frustrated, suspicious of Kony 2012Los Angeles Times
Mar. 08, 2012
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The viral video campaign that put the name “Joseph Kony” atop Google searches and Twitter trends has stirred up frustration in Uganda, where the crimes of the infamous guerrilla leader are nothing new.