The nude photo scandal that spans all branches of the military has brought Marine Corps leaders to center stage. Now it has emerged that the Corps knew about websites on which explicit photographs of female Marines were being shared as early as 2014, according to Task & Purpose. At least 20 victims have come forward about how they were targeted on the sites, which had more than 30,000 members, per Marine Times.
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