The man who some argue changed the course of the 2012 presidential election by releasing a secretly recorded videotape that made “47 percent” a national catchphrase, has finally revealed his identity.
Scott Prouty, a 38-year-old college-educated bartender who was raised in the Boston area and now lives in Hollywood, Fla., admitted during a TV interview Wednesday that he was the one who videotaped then-Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney last May during a fundraiser west of Boca Raton.
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