Marine Corps and a lieutenant in the U. Coast Guard to lure a woman into taking naked photos of herself, was sentenced to one year in a federal jail. George I. Lopez, also known as "Ray Lo, Master Lo, and Israel Lo," convinced the woman to pose naked as a condition of helping her get into the Coast Guard, according to federal prosecutors. District Judge Darrin P. Gayles on Monday also ordered Lopez to serve one year of supervised release following his prison term.
Army Investigating Nude Photos of Possible Kentucky Guard Members
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A topless demonstration in Ukraine got ugly outside the Georgian embassy when a security guard fought with half-naked women on Monday. The shirtless ladies from the women's activist group FEMEN were part of a larger protest in Kiev criticizing the Georgian government for jailing three photographers accused of spying, the Guardian reported. A security guard shoved FEMEN members and kicked a photographer taking their picture before a policemen separated them, as seen in a video posted on Animal New York. Last week, the group splashed around in a Kiev fountain to draw attention to expected hot-water shortages during the Euro soccer tournament which will be held in Ukraine and Poland. US Edition U. News U.
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Army officials are investigating allegations that women in a Kentucky National Guard unit posed nude for pictures with their Ms and other military equipment, authorities said. The allegations were reported to the commander of the th Quartermaster unit about a week to 10 days before the company shipped out for Iraq on Aug. The newspaper reported that it had been independently provided a compact disc containing photographs of at least a half-dozen nude and seminude women in various poses with military rifles and covering their breasts with American flag decals. He said the investigation is being conducted in Iraq. Dylan Seitz, a staff lawyer for the Kentucky Guard in Frankfort, said commanders there don't know how many soldiers allegedly were involved, who took the pictures, or how they were distributed.