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Wikileaks: Invisible Children Inc. Spied For Uganda,
A non-profit organization behind the enormously successful “Kony 2012″ viral videos is on the defensive this week after anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks released a U.S. State Department cable which claims the group fed information to the Ugandan government that led to the arrest of at least one key opposition figure in the country.
Both the Ugandan government and Invisible Children Uganda, the group responsible for the Kony 2012 videos, have denied statements in the U.S. State Department cable, which was composed June 11, 2009.
The newspaper that first published details of the document, Black Star News in New York, reported that Invisible Children has also been coordinating their messaging strategies with the Ugandan government and two U.S. groups, including the Enough Project, founded by the Center for American Progress, in order to promote further U.S. military involvement in the country.