ADF says email investigation could take months

ADF says email investigation could take months

More information has been revealed in the Australian Defence Force email scandal, with revelations a number of officers filmed themselves having sex with female officers, before emailing it to their colleagues across the country.

Army Chief, Lieutenant-General David Morrison revealed yesterday, more than 100 personnel are being investigated over the distribution of explicit material via email that is degrading to women.

News Limited reports today a group of officers who visited Kings Cross in Sydney to meet with women are at the centre of the scandal.

It’s alleged the officers filmed themselves having sex with the women, before sending these images to dozens of their colleagues across the country.

So far, a small group of women including ADF members, public servants, and members of the public have been identified as victims, and Defence Minister Stephen Smith expects their may be more.

The ADF says it could be a number of months before their invesitgation in to the matter is complete.

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