How Pornography Cost American Embassy Workers Their Jobs
Pornography has landed some US embassy workers in trouble.
The embassy in Cambodia fired 32 people after they were allegedly caught sharing pornographic material in a non-official chat group.
Four sources told Reuters that pornographic videos and photographs, including some featuring people under the age of 18, were shared in a Facebook Messenger chat group.
Some of the images were seen by the wife of an embassy worker who reported the incident to an official at the embassy.
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The matter was then forwarded to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the sources said.
“They had their identification cards taken and some of their phones checked,” a former U.S. embassy staff member told Reuters on condition of anonymity.
He said the 32 embassy workers included Cambodians and Cambodian-Americans. Many were guards and some were clerical staff.
They said there were no diplomats among them.
Two of the sources, both of whom work at the embassy, confirmed the dismissals.
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