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Missouri Sen. Facebook suspended the group, but by January it was back in force. They note that some images also appear to depict the servicewomen engaging in sexual activity. In an annual report the Pentagon released in May , the U. Follow us.
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He vowed consequences, but also acknowledged the legal difficulties of proving the photos were posted without consent. Advocates argue that fear of reprisal has deterred many victims from reporting assaults, leaving the exact number unclear. Harris and her supporters have. The scandal also arises as the military struggles to deal with sexual assaults in its ranks. The existence of images posted on Anon-IB seemed to widen the issue to other branches of the service — the photos on the message board claim to show women across the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines who were the posters' military colleagues. Claire McCaskill, the ranking Democrat for the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, on Thursday called for the Defense Department's inspector general to investigate the website, hotmilitarygirls. According to the Associated Press, the Defense Department has launched its own review into the incident.
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Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. A Marine veteran, John Albert, said he first reported the Marines United group to Facebook in September when he saw the majority of posts were revenge porn, comments about rape, or photos of women taken without their knowledge. A University of Mississippi student was arrested and charged in the murder of year-old Alexandria "Ally" Kostial, who was shot eight times in an. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. He vowed consequences, but also acknowledged the legal difficulties of proving the photos were posted without consent.
In fact, according to VICE, some administrators behind the Facebook group where the Dropbox folder was first shared earlier this year were also administrators for the original Marines United group. I would hope that some experts are going in and taking all the evidence before the people behind it scrub it," Goldsmith said. Facebook suspended the group, but by January it was back in force. Listen to America. Got a confidential tip?