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13 Jul

South Korea's military is facing allegations of gay-baiting soldiers through fake accounts on an online dating app.

Lim Tae-hoon, who heads the civic group Center for Military Human Rights, said Monday army investigators used the app to "trap" soldiers into contacting the accounts, then tracking down the individuals, local news service EDaily reported.

Jang Jun-kyu and [three others] with the National Human Rights Commission of Korea." According to Lim, investigations began after the army claimed a video of a soldier on active duty and an officer having sex surfaced on South Korean social networks.

The army undertook unlawful means of investigating the case in the course of identifying those involved, Lim said.

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As a result there is now no end of apps with the same aim of helping you fall in love (or at the very least get laid)."We have secured evidence the army's central investigators used a gay-specialized dating application to employ trap investigation techniques while violating the soldiers' human rights" Lim said."We will file a petition regarding army chief of staff Gen.But the probe overreached and cast a net that discriminated against suspects, solely based on their sexual orientation, Lim's group said.One petty officer was placed on the list because a text message that read, "I had a relationship with a fellow soldier" was found on his mobile phone, the group said.