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Senators Grill Top Marine Over Nude Photo Scandal

"Why should we believe that it's going to be different this time than it's been in the past?" Sen. Jeanne Shaheen asked Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert Neller.
Military Nude Photos, Washington, USA - 14 Mar 2017 / J. Scott Applewhite / Shutterstock.com

The top U.S. Marine vowed in a Senate hearing to hold members of the Marine Corps accountable for sharing nude photos of female Marines online. But many members of the Senate Armed Services Committee responded with tough questions Tuesday, asking why more isn't being done to protect female service members.

"We have to commit to get rid of this perversion to our culture. Enough is

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