'Kony 2012' Filmmaker Opens Up About Meltdown

Jason Russell says his mind "betrayed" him during his nude public meltdown after campaign's success.
3:00 | 10/08/12

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Transcript for 'Kony 2012' Filmmaker Opens Up About Meltdown
-- attempt to refocus attention on the capture of African warlord Joseph coney. The man behind the viral film called between twelve has made yet another video in it. Filmmaker Jason Russell addresses a bizarre public meltdown he had just seven months ago. Russell was caught on tape naked and running through the streets of San Diego just ten days after his controversial film. Was reaching its height with over a hundred million views in just one week. Now in a second attempt to focus the world's attention on the Ugandan warlord. Russell apologizes. For that break down and says it was all because he buckled under the film's attention. Will. The lasting years. I've been working in this war zone. Wish my friends trying to make sure that there are voices are heard and that there are protected. My mind. -- trade. And I was hospital and -- And I'm so sorry to. Thousands of people who were confused and who. We're scared and you didn't trust us anymore. The man it was the focus of the original video Joseph coney. He remains on the lose.

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