Marines caught in massive porn leak scandal

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Just five months after the revenge porn scandal in the Marines broke out, a new Marine porn Facebook group has been created. 

The new drive is hidden within the closed Facebook group “Mike Uniform” a phonetic stand in for “Marines United.” Previous groups didn’t contain many videos, but this one does, suggesting there are new victims. In the shared drive are 3,863 photos and videos, some professional porn, some homemade, and some selfies.

One of the more damning photos, taken of a naked unconscious woman, wasn’t in previous shared drives, and depicts the photographer in the mirror in the background, but obscures his face.

A Marine Corps spokesman told The Daily Beast that the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) was made aware of the new shared drive on Friday and that the “Marine Corps, with the support of NCIS, continues to identify, investigate, and hold accountable those who violate our policies and standards. We take all allegations of misconduct seriously. Disrespect, in any form, will not be tolerated.”

Some of the videos depicted former female Marine Kelly Wayne, who told ABC News in March her ex-Marine boyfriend uploaded a private sex tape of them without her consent.

On June 29, the first Marine associated with the scandal was convicted via court-martial and sentenced.

“Since February, NCIS has scanned nearly 131,000 images across 168 social media sites and has reviewed information related to 89 persons of interest as a result of incidents related to the non-consensual sharing of explicit photos and other online misconduct,” Marine Maj. Clark Carpenter told The Daily Beast. “To date, command dispositions have resulted in one summary court-martial, two administrative separations, seven non-judicial punishments, and 22 adverse administrative actions.”

The Marines United scandal left a mark with Marine leadership, and they plan on acting more quickly this time around.

“I think it’s important to recognize that our understanding of the issue has evolved over time,” said Marine Gen. Glenn Walters, assistant commandant of the Marine Corps and head of the Marine Corps Task Force that is addressing cultural issues with the Corps. “How we handle cases today is much different and more effective as a result of what occurred with Marines United.”

Rep. Stacey Plaskett of the U.S. Virgin Islands, who was a victim of revenge porn during her 2016 primary campaign, told The Daily Beast that a better term for it would be “cyber sexual assault.”

“It isn’t always about revenge,” Plaskett said. “It may be a case of blackmail, it may be a case of someone who’s just a creep, it may be hacking, it may be someone who’s never had a relationship with you at all, so I think we need to broaden the scope of this and bring awareness that it needs to change.”

 

 

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