Skip to comments.Secret Service Says a Third Gate-Crasher Entered State Dinner [Better and better]
Posted on 01/04/2010 2:59:39 PM PST by upchuck
The Salahis weren't the only gate-crashers living it up at the White House state dinner last November.
The Secret Service revealed Monday that a third individual who was not on the guest list made it into the dinner, though the agency says the individual went through security screening and did not appear to have any interaction with President Obama.
The Secret Service, which did not name the individual, said the information about the third party-crasher came out in the course of the investigation into the breach at the Nov. 24 dinner honoring India's prime minister. The Secret Service said in a written statement that the individual traveled from a "local hotel" where the Indian delegation was staying and arrived with the group at the dinner.
"This individual went through all required security measures along with the rest of the official delegation at the hotel, and boarded a bus/van with the delegation guests en route to the White House," the Secret Service said.
-15nobama, must suck to be you.
Secret Service Says a Third Gate-Crasher Entered State Dinner [Better and better]
This just keeps getting better and better and better and...
Tell the truth!
“the end justifies almost any means”
“Secret Service Says a Third Gate-Crasher Entered State Dinner”
Qaddafi came by to visit his son?
I lob a slow pitch out there and you belt it out of the park!
D.C. party promoter was uninvited guest to state dinner
A congressional source, who was granted anonymity to speak about the ongoing investigation into porous security at the White House, identified the man as Carlos Allen, a D.C. party promoter who runs an event space in Mount Pleasant. Allen came to the state dinner, made famous by gate-crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi, with the Indian delegation.
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