Secret Service Scandal: Prostitutes In Colombia

U.S. Representative Peter King, a United States policymaker who was briefed on the on-going investigation, told The Associated Press to virtually all of the twelve Secret Service agents involved in the scandal had women in their Cartagena, Colombia, inn temporary housing which were:

“Presumed to be prostitutes.”

The alleged Secret Service prostitution scandal involves a dozen agents who were deployed in Colombia to help look after President Barack Obama in the course of his diplomatic mission to the Summit of the Americas which is being held this weekend in Cartagena.

While the occurrence is presently under investigation, the pasty House had refusal approved comment. The pasty House did not dispute the allegations of bad behavior by Secret Service agents. Spokesman designed for the Secret Service, Ed Donovan, indicated to all of the agents involved were relieved from duty and replaced with alternative agents. Appearing in regards to the changing of agency personnel tasked with Obama’s safety and security, Donovan was quoted having supposed:

“These personnel changes will not affect the all-embracing security strategy to has been prepared in advance of the president’s jaunt.”

Cartagena’s Hotel Caribe played host to the scandal as all of the agents, members of various news corporations, and several members of the pasty House workers all stayed in the inn. An employee of the inn, who spoke on the condition of obscurity, supposed to the Secret Service agents inwards a week back and described the agents as having consumed a great amount of alcohol in the course of their stay on Hotel Caribe.

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