Folks, some advice please In my unit, we have an NCO who is less than popular - I wont go into details at risk of identifying him. Anyway, a few years ago, i took some "happy snap" photos on exercise and posted them to facebook. Others began to comment on there, with less than complimentary descriptions of him. He saw them at the time, nothing was said. Late last week, someone else saw this pic and made a similarly less than complimentary comment - more followed, culminating in a closed group being created to celebrate his exploits. At this point, Teddys have been thrown out of the pram, the group has been removed (presumably by Facebook) and the original pic is now hidden. The nco in question has had a bit of a cry on his own profile, then vented a bit at a female on a reunion website who had made a one word contribution to my pic. Anyway, if you followed all that, my query is this; am i responsible for the comments made, as it was my photo? I never joined in, or "liked" any of them, and disapproved of the group being created - it named him directly, and he is after all a serving NCO, despite his failings - Was about to say so on the group, but it closed before i posted. I can see him taking this further and not sure if i can be agai'd or not?