Skip to comments.Secret Service agents relieved of duty in Colombia amid alleged misconduct (Stiffed hooker alert)
Posted on 04/14/2012 8:07:06 AM PDT by jimbo123
Secret Service agents sent to Colombia ahead of President Barack Obama were relieved of duty and returned home amid allegations of misconduct, a spokesman said.
One of the agents did not pay one of the prostitutes, and she complained to the police," Kessler said.
Calling it "clearly the biggest scandal in Secret Service history," Kessler said 12 agents are accused of involvement in the incident "in one degree or another," from allegedly interfering in the investigation to participating in other alleged misconduct.
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
call girls or bar girls or madam girls or escort girls in Colombia are not expensive
pay your bill pendejo
and treat her nice
Takes the heat off the GSA.
At worst, the SS agents merely acted like ordinary United Nations diplomats.
I don’t remember previous US Presidents like Reagan or even Carter
Grin - Wasn’t it the movie “Risky Business” where the guy talks to his friends about the comparison between the cost of a date with your average girl vs the cost of a “date” with a pro? That’s capitalism in action. Find a market, fill and need, make some money... (the moral issues raised I’ll leave up to you)
This has all the makings of a set-up. Insurance, possibly, for something wanted by some group in Columbia. Columbia’s National Police don’t comment, instead referring to the Secret Service, reserving any potential comment they might want to make for the future.
12 Agents? Maybe they thought it was like a baker’s dozen, the 13th one was free? ;-)
My guess is because President Bush had a relationship with his Secret Service that included an incident like the one captured in this video from Santiago: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX3aaWlUmpc
A man who knows his President will do something like this for him is not a man likely to bring dishonor to his Commander-in-Chief.
This is one my favorite memories of President Bush.
Yes—and prostitution is legal in Colombia (as long as they are of age and in the proper “zone”), so apart from paying her/him, where is the misconduct?
Everything Soetoro touches turns to crap.
Using women to compromise the security of enemies has been standard operating procedure by organized crime and heads of state for centuries.
Anyone involved in the security apparatus of the U.S.A. should be well aware of this and permanently relieved of duties if they are so reckless with their behavior.
Same reason Bubba Clinton’s dalliances compromised national security. It was not just “personal”.
Just going to write the same basics....Women make good spies because men are vulnerable...Ask Valerie and Joe.
Didn’t a former Secrete service agent recently write some disparaging things about Barry? That plus Barry using them as a scapegoat for his contant vacations might suggest this was pay back.
“Felt he was entitled to her services”
Well, she had a wealth of pleasure. He felt it needed to be redistributed.
I agree with the statement that an agent compromising himself with a prostitute should be relieved of his duties. Furthermore, if other agents knew about these activities and engaged in a cover up, then they should be fire also. I think that this is a good possibility of what happened.
Now for the matter of this happening on Zero’s watch, it shows total lack of respect for Zero and probably with good reason. The sooner that he is gone the better.
Great link - thanks.