Officials with Naval Criminal Investigative Service have determined that about members of the Marines United Facebook group followed a link to a drive containing nude and compromising photos of female Marines and other women, the commandant of the Marine Corps said Tuesday. Speaking before the Senate Armed Services Committee in a hearing that was partially closed to receive classified testimony, Gen. Robert Neller said that while the number of individuals apparently involved in this illicit photo-sharing is a subset of the 30,member group, the actions stem from a troubling mindset of some in the Corps. The hearing, scheduled after news broke last week about photo-sharing , harassment of women and, in one case, the stalking of a female Marine by members of Marines United, was at times angry and emotional as lawmakers expressed their outrage. Several brought up similar reports from of Facebook pages populated with active-duty Marines and veterans who would harass and target female service members, and post their photos so others could make sexual comments.
Hundreds of Marines Shared Naked Photos of Their Female Colleagues, Report Says
US military nude photo sharing scandal widens beyond Marines - BBC News
The United States Marine Corps USMC has found itself in the center of a scandal after it was recently revealed that male Marines had been sharing nude and private photographs, videos, and other imagery of female Marines. Using a Facebook subgroup named Marines United, the illicit files were uploaded and shared to whomever was on the page. According to multiple sources, Marines United had at least 30, members, mostly current and veteran Marines, as well as British Royal Marines. General Robert Neller of the USMC did not give any comment directly related to the investigation and how it would be carried out. Many female Marines featured on Marines United through unapproved photo-sharing methods spoke to news sources anonymously, fearing reprisal from comrades and even higher ranking male officers.
US military nude photo sharing scandal widens beyond Marines
Photo by Jovo Jovanovic via Stocksy. An investigative report published this weekend offered an unsettling peek at the misogynistic culture women serving in the military have to deal with on a regular basis. According to the story, published on the Center for Investigative Reporting's website , hundreds of Marines stationed across the world are being investigated for allegedly sharing nude photos of female service members and veterans. Members of the Facebook group "Marines United" allegedly solicited and published to a Google Drive folder explicit images of female service members, some of which were taken without consent.
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