Green Lake tagged up with 'Kony 2012' messageon April 23, 2012 @ 6:07 am (Updated: 7:22 am - 4/23/12 )
Participants in the event had been encouraged to post signs and spread information about African war criminal Joseph Kony.
But at Green Lake, "Kony 2012" tags were spray painted on everything from buildings to signs, to the asphalt path.
The video that went viral, bringing lots of intention to the Kony 2012 campaign, has been viewed over 88 million times on YouTube.
Supporters of the anti-Kony movement are worried that the graffiti will turn people off from their cause.
The Seattle Parks Department reportedly plans to have the tagging cleaned up in a few days.
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