Marine leaders promise to end online nude photo scandal

The top US Marine on Tuesday addressed the investigation into Corps members sharing nude photos of female Marines without their consent.

Male service members have been accused of sharing the images along with death threats and racist memes in a so-called “private” Facebook group of more than 30,000 members.  Last week, the Center for Investigative Reporting revealed that more than two dozen women on active duty have been identified by their full name and military duty station in photographs posted on the Facebook page.

“The Marine Corps I have served for over 40 years has

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