Daily Mail: Hundreds of Marines who were members of private Facebook page that shared nude photos of servicewomen 'have been identified' as more victims come forward
* Navy investigators says they've identified hundreds of Marines in nude photo sharing scandal
* The Marines were among 30,000 members of Marines United, a Facebook page that disseminated thousands of photos of nude servicewomen and civilians
* At least 20 victims have now come forward to complain that racy photos of them were being shared online
NCIS is trying to determine whether members of Marines United shared photos without the consent of those photographed
Hundreds of Marines who were members of a Facebook group that allegedly disseminated thousands of nude photos of Marine servicewomen as well as female veterans and civilians have been identified, according to the Marine Corps Times.
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is making progress in the investigation, a Democratic House lawmaker told the newspaper.
NCIS is trying to determine whether the members of the Facebook group Marines United shared the photos without the consent of those photographed.
The members of Marines United are also suspected of harassing women online.
Marines United has since been shut down. That apparently prompted members of the defunct page to found Marines United 2.0, which was also terminated, according to Inquisitr.
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WNU Editor: This scandal has the potential to rock all branches of the U.S. military, and to ruin hundreds (if not thousands) of careers.
More News On The FBI And All U.S. Military Branches Investigating The Marines United Scandal
FBI and all military branches now investigating Marines United scandal -- San Diego Union Tribune
Investigation has identified 1,200 members of Marine group involved in nude photo sharing -- Washington Post
FBI joins Army, Air Force and Coast Guard in investigation into nude-photo scandal -- Stars and Stripes
NCIS investigation into nude photos expands to gay porn sites -- UPI
Military's nude photo investigation now involves gay pornography websites -- Washington Examiner
Military nude photo investigation expands into gay porn websites -- USA Today
Corps' new mandatory social media pledge will make UCMJ prosecutions easier -- Marine Times
Armed Services chair: Military doesn't fully grasp nude-photo-sharing scandal -- The Hill
Lawmaker: Corps Has Yet to Grasp Scope of 'Marines United' Scandal -- Military.com
Dem introduces bill to tackle 'revenge porn' in military after Marines' nude-photo-sharing scandal -- The Hill