U.S. MARINES: Revenge Porn Scandal


The U.S. Marine Corps is wrapped up in a sex scandal after a private Facebook group called "Marines United" was discovered containing naked photos of female military personnel.

It appears to be part of a backlash for the change in assignments of Marine infantry units. At the beginning of the year, women became able to join. They’ve discovered their private images shared on the Facebook page.

A top commander said, "We need to be brutally honest: This behavior hurts fellow Marines, family members, and civilians. It is a direct attack on our ethos and legacy." 

The Pentagon is reportedly investigating hundreds of Marines for their participation in what is commonly called "revenge porn." The veteran who disclosed to top brass the "Marines United" Facebook page has received death threats. (Marine Corps Times

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