More details revealed about Army abuse scandal

More details revealed about Army abuse scandal

Further details about the group of men at the centre of the army’s latest abuse scandal have now been released to the media.

Details of the police investigation into members of the so-called Jedi council have been reported by Channel Seven.

It’s  revealed the group was co-founded by a former commando reservist officer, who videoed himself having sex with a woman, then emailed it to his colleagues.

Police say seven female victims have been identified so far.

 A satellite image of one of the woman’s homes was distributed to army officers, and described to colleagues as somewhere they could, in their words, “get some action”.

Ten soldiers have been suspended so far, while another 90 are being investigated.

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