Trump wants to grant Kim Jong Un's wishes. A few are of servicemembers fully clothed, in apparent attempt to shame or discredit them. Marisa Woytek said at a press conference afterward that the changes were "weak" and that written consent should be required to share such an image. 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. Dropbox said in a statement that the link to the photographs had been removed and banned from its file sharing service. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents victims of the "Marines United" page, said that despite the Marines announcement Monday, the service is not doing enough to address "the widespread and serious nature of the Marines United scandal, which has been very damaging to the status and image of many women Marines.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service investigators still have five of the active-duty cases, with the 62 others "passed on to appropriate Marine commands.
First Marine court-martialed for 'Marines United' nude photo-sharing scandal
Trump wants to grant Kim Jong Un's wishes. The Pentagon has cracked down on online misconduct in the year since the probe began. The Marines and Navy changed regulations in April to officially ban sharing nude photos with the consent of the person pictured. The Marine was not identified because he was facing a "summary" administrative court-martial rather than stricter measures, Military. Life is slowly settling down in Alaska after major quake. Two other Marines have already been "separated" after 67 active-duty or reserve members and 22 civilians were implicated as persons of interest in the photo-sharing scandal, which also included clothed photos and online comments. Christopher Harrison said Monday.