At a Senate hearing to discuss the growing nude photo sharing scandal rocking the Marines, Commandant General Robert Neller makes an impassioned plea to women asking them to trust him. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The top U.S. Marine has a message for women who have been affected by the growing nude photo sharing scandal: "Trust me." At a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Commandant General Robert Neller said he is committed to "making this right." The Marine Corps has been rattled by a scandal involving a private Facebook group called "Marines United" and its surreptitious distribution of explicit images of women in the armed forces - often with obscene, misogynist commentary. On Friday, Neller made an impassioned plea for women who may have been affected by the scandal to come forward with their complaints, and vowed to hold those involved accountable.