Marine Corps. The scandal that prompted an investigation into hundreds of Marines who are accused of sharing naked photographs of their colleagues in a private Facebook group is much larger than has been reported, Business Insider has learned. The practice of sharing such photos goes beyond the Marine Corps and one Facebook group.
In January she was relieved of duty and placed under investigation for posing nude in Playboy magazine. Manhart was born in Oakland, California. After her parents divorced, Manhart grew up living in Chico and Susanville, California.
New Air Force social media rules issued in the wake of the Marines United nude-photo-sharing scandal are warning airmen to avoid posting anything offensive or illegal online. Airmen also should not post information that would infringe on the proprietary, privacy or personal rights of others and should not disguise, impersonate or otherwise misrepresent their identity or affiliation with any other person or identity online, the rules say. The rules have received mixed reaction among those interested in Air Force issues.
Posing with fellow soldiers, free weights and assault weapons--and, in other shots, wearing little more than her dog tags--the year-old drill sergeant appears as cozy in a softly lit boudoir setting as she does marching flyboys around the tarmac. According to the text, she's also a devoted American. Manhart was immediately demoted to a desk job, and now faces a possible discharge pending an "investigation. I was an editor of Playboy for 13 years, and during that time I witnessed this very same cultural burlesque so often it almost became boring: Woman with high-profile job poses in Playboy ; employer goes bananas and fires her; model becomes martyr for girlie mags everywhere; Playboy sells out at newsstand.
The fleet is in! Two obvious questions, neither of which has an obvious answer, leap to mind immediately. Were these photos at least the unposed ones, of which there are many surreptitiously made?
Master Sgt. William C. Gurney and, at his request, sent him nude photographs of herself.
How the CIA came to use obscene, ineffective methods of humiliation in the first place is kind of nuts. Two decades ago the agency hired private subcontractors to create new interrogation techniques for the war on terror. And to be clear, photographing prisoners naked definitely defies the Geneva Conventions.
An Air Force airman has pleaded guilty to a charge of extortion in connection with threatening to post sexually explicit photos of three women on the internet if they did not send him nude photos, according to authorities. Military judge Col. Wesley Moore sentenced Airman Christopher N. Allore, 22, to reduction to the lowest military rank; 15 days confinement; and a bad conduct discharge in court martial proceedings Tuesday at Wright-Patterson.
The charges have since been found baseless, but the zero-privacy doctrine championed by Welsh is constantly parroted and mimicked by his junior generals. The AFGSC move, even against the backdrop of an anti-privacy movement, would be extreme and unprecedented. Only in a culture without any appreciation for the right of an individual to be free from intrusion into his or her private dealings without proper warrant would such an idea even be entertained.