Saturday, March 11, 2017
Marines United’ Is Now Sharing Explicit Videos Of Servicewomen On Porn Sites
The reports of the demise of ‘Marines United’ are greatly exaggerated.
The 30,000-member Facebook group that served as ground zero for the nude photo-sharing scandal that’s rocked the Marine Corps is alive and well. Despite an ongoing investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service and a harsh warning from Marine Commandant Gen. Robert Neller, the members of a new private Facebook group called “Marines United 2.0” (or MU2.0, apparently) have resumed uploading and sharing explicit photos of their fellow servicewomen.