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Marines United members begin posting nude pictures of sisters
Posted On - 10:Mar:2017 07:07:59 PM
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Members of the Marines United Facebook group accused of sharing nude photos of female Marines, have reportedly begun posting videos to pornography websites. Despite an investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, members have also migrated to a new private Facebook group called Marines United 2.0.

The new Facebook group has just over 3,000 members, a sharp decline the previous group. According to news site Task & Purpose, the majority of members are posting from their personal Facebook accounts and not only reconstructing the original cache of nude photos from the original group, but are also posting on porn sites.

Members of the new Marines United 2.0 group have defiantly continued to share nude pictures of their sisters-in-arms and have taunted federal and Naval officials investigating their behavior. "It would be hilarious if one of these FBI or [Naval Criminal Investigative Service] found their wife on here," one member commented.

"There is no place in our Marine Corps for bullying, predatory sharing of private and explicit photographs, making sexually violent and derogatory comments, or generally disrespecting a fellow Marine, regardless of gender, race, religion or creed," Neller wrote who currently serves as the 37th Commandant of the Marine Corps. "Such behaviour has a corrosive and negative effect on good order and discipline."

Neller said the Marine Corps is responding to the allegations "investigating the attacks and taking "appropriate judicial or administrative action who is involved in that case". The command also announced the creation of a task force to address the "attitudes that contribute to this behaviour".

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