Writing for The Daily Beast, James LaPorta says that nude photos of US military servicemembers, originally shared in Facebook's Marines United 214 group, are now listed for sale on the dark web.
As the reporting continues into the nude-photo scandal plaguing the Pentagon, The Daily Beast has learned that some of the Marines United descendant groups are not connected to the U.S. military at all, but are copycat groups set up by foreign nationals to profit from the original group’s notoriety. On the private Facebook group Marines United 214, requests for nude photographs are met with demands for payment and links to the dark-web marketplace AlphaBay, where the photo-sets are listed for sale.
This article goes deep into the details of the fallout from the recent military scandal involving military women. Misogyny much?