A defense official speaking on condition of anonymity said up to seven soldiers are involved. A phone number listed for the registered owner was not in service Friday, and e-mails were returned as undeliverable. The military-themed site did not make any direct reference to the division or Ft. Ralls said, "I'm not going to make excuses for service members who are taking part in sexual conduct for money. Amy Hannah declined to say how many paratroopers are involved or identify their unit within the division.
Hannah said soldiers questioned will be allowed to seek legal assistance, but she declined to say if any one had been charged.
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