Soldiers Separated As Officials Investigate Gay Porn Claims
Posted January 30, 2006
FORT BRAGG, N.C. — Fort Bragg officials confirmed Monday that some soldiers accused of inappropriate conduct that appears to be tied to a gay pornography Web site have been moved to new barracks for their privacy.
The Web site in question claims to be based in Fayetteville and advertises "real military men" in sexual situations with one another.
"During the investigation, it is in the best interest for all involved that the troopers be afforded privacy during this investigation. They have been moved to another barracks location," an Army public affairs officer told WRAL.
Officials say the investigation is in its infancy and once complete, could lead to criminal charges.