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Australian military cadets guilty in Skype sex case

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Two former Australian military cadets were Wednesday found guilty over a sex broadcasting scandal on Skype that triggered a major review of sexism and abuse in the defence force. 

Illustration: Two former Australian military cadets are found guilty of using Skype to broadcast a female cadet having sex to a number of other students

Daniel McDonald, 21, and Dylan Deblaquiere, 20, were convicted by a Canberra jury of using a carriage service in an offensive manner over the so-called Skype scandal at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) in 2011.

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