Marine removed from Corps for 'advocating supremacist ideology'
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A Marine lance corporal will reportedly be removed from the Corps following an investigation into racist social media posts. 

Mason Mead will be removed after he “admitted guilt to an Article 92 charge, advocating supremacist ideology on May 7,” Marine spokesman Capt. Eric Abrams told The Hill in a statement on Wednesday.


“His discharge will be characterized as Under Other Than Honorable Conditions” and he is “in the process of being discharged pending the completion of final administrative and medical requirements for separation,” Abrams added. 

An investigation was launched into Mead after a series of social media posts espousing Nazi propaganda, Marine Corps Times reported. 

“The Marine Corps takes every instance of misconduct seriously, whether on duty, off duty, or online. Any form of racism or discrimination undermines the core values of the Marine Corps and is not tolerated," Abrams said in the statement.

Updated at 4:06 p.m.