A former Marine who asked not to be identified to avoid possible retaliation revealed the newest shared drive to The Daily Beast.The drive remained accessible Sunday, but on Monday the link was no longer active.
Facebook said they are still “digging into the issue and don’t have an answer yet” on Baumes’ claim he was hacked.
Facebook told The Daily Beast that they’re looking into the issue of Baumes’ account being allegedly hacked and the activities of Mike Uniform.
Five months after the Marines United nude-photo scandal broke, there is a new group of victims, including an unconscious woman who was photographed naked. The shared drive contains 3,863 photos and videos, ranging from professional pornography to homemade videos and selfies.
Explicit videos and photos of female servicemembers were posted last week in a Dropbox drive called “Girls of MU” and were shared in a closed Facebook group called Mike Uniform. Some are screenshots of temporary Snapchat stories, and others are photos of a woman in a U. Marine Corps uniform engaging in oral sex and posing afterward.
“Since February, NCIS has scanned nearly 131,000 images across 168 social media sites and has reviewed information related to 89 persons of interest as a result of incidents related to the non-consensual sharing of explicit photos and other online misconduct,” Marine Maj. “To date, command dispositions have resulted in one summary court-martial, two administrative separations, seven non-judicial punishments, and 22 adverse administrative actions.”The Marines United scandal broke March 4 when journalist Thomas Brennan published a story about non-consensual sharing of service members’ nude and explicit photos.