Creator of Deitch-Broad Hitler video comes forward

Last month's pretty funny and creative spoof of Jeffrey Deitch's selection to run MOCA (with some great insider references to the L.A. arts scene and digs at Eli Broad's power) went unclaimed for awhile. But now LA Weekly senior features editor Tom Christie has come forward to claim his due accolades, posting at Facebook what some suspected: "36,229 views later, what the hell: I confess." As I advised when I first posted it up in the video box, if you can't laugh at anything Hitlerian, don't go there.

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