The U. Marine Corps officials have called on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service following revelations by Vice News last week that images of female service members had been shared in a Dropbox folder called "Hoes Hoin'. Vice reported that most of the images in the folder show women in military clothing. Some show the women's faces, dog tags, uniforms and name tags. A few are of service members fully clothed, in apparent attempt to shame or discredit them. Some of the photos had been previously shared in other online groups while others appear to be new, Vice said.
Marine Corps officials have called on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service to investigate after it was revealed that images of nude female servicemembers had been shared on Dropbox. Christopher Harrison said Monday. Harrison and Air Force Maj. Carla Gleason, a spokeswoman for the Pentagon, confirmed the new allegations span beyond the Marine Corps and could include all of the military services.
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US Marines at a ceremony marking the start of Talisman Saber Vice News reports that a Dropbox folder called "Hoes hoin" is circulating online, containing explicit photos of female U. Why it matters: This is the second scandal of its kind. Last year, a Facebook group of more than 30, U. In December, Congress made "non consensual sharing of nude photos a criminal offense in the military," Vice reports. A Dropbox spokesman said in a statement: "This link has been taken down and banned so it cannot be recirculated on Dropbox. Go deeper: Two officials said sexual misconduct allegations of Marine officer went ignored. Amy Klobuchar D-Minn.
By Abigail Miller For Dailymail. Now the Defense Department is looking into different websites and online outlets through which members of the armed forces have shared nude photographs of women, many taken without their knowledge or permission. The investigation started out with just the Marines, but has spread to all branches of the military.