Skip to comments.Colombia Secret Service Prostitution Scandal Spreads to the DEA
Posted on 05/22/2012 9:04:20 AM PDT by US Navy Vet
A month after the Secret Service was rocked by allegations that agents brought prostitutes to a Colombia hotel where they were preparing for a visit by President Obama, the Drug Enforcement Administration today announced that at least three of its agents are also under investigation for allegedly hiring prostitutes in Cartagena.
Two of the agents allegedly had encounters with masseuses in the apartment of one of the agents, according to Sen. Susan Collins, the ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
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Is there a prohibition on prostitution in government positions? I know they have to follow the law, but prostitution is legal in Colombia.
Man, and all I got when I was there was a couple T-shirts and a stupid hat.
The U.S. government has become corrupt to the core.
Drug Enforcement and hookers, Yes! Sounds like more fun than being Secretly Serviced.
It wouldn't be the first time someone turned traitor due to listening to their dicks.
“Is there a prohibition on prostitution in government positions? I know they have to follow the law, but prostitution is legal in Colombia.”
This was never about prostitution.
Hussein is cleaning house for Term 2.
Gas prices are falling, he’s CREATED 3 MILLION JOBS, and I hear the economy is getting better all the time.
Remember to believe everything published by ABCCBSCNNNBCFOX/AP, even when it seemingly has nothing to do with the major political problems/issues.
If you think of it, the citizens of foreign countries see only THESE people in their assocition with ‘Americans’.
So they hate Americans.... hmmmm.
Democrat congresscritters are even allowed to run the prostitution business out of their homes.
Well one of the reasons for that is the U.S. Government has their heads up the ass of every country on earth, as the lying AH's turn around and tell us they can't control it's own borders.
You didn’t think the Secret Service had to buy their coke on the street, did you?
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