If you think the 30,000-strong private Facebook group that was sharing nude images of female Marines has been shut down, guess again.
Members have been redirected to new pages. In one case, someone not only launched a new page — Marines United 2, or MU2 — that promises to better weed out anyone looking to blow the whistle on the group’s depraved behavior, but members have taken to taunting federal and military investigators.
“It would be hilarious if one of these FBI or (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) f***s found their wife on here,” one member said on the original Marines United page.
This and other revelatory screenshots from the group were made available by former Marine Sgt. James LaPorta. A freelance journalist, LaPorta was invited into the original Facebook group by another Marine, he said.