Secret Service Members Left President Obama's Schedule Around Slores
Someone should tell the Secret Service that –aside from not getting caught—the first rule of soliciting hookers is: never put the leader of the free world in danger.
The agents who picked up an assortment of prostitutes during an official trip to Cartagena, Columbia to protect President Obama, left his schedule lying around, while they fraternized with their hired company.
Luckily the potential security breach was averted, but the news is the latest in a string of stories corrupting the reputation of the law enforcement agency. It is believed that the 11 men brought up to 21 women back to their hotel for a night of fun. When one of the women was not paid the $47 that she was promised, she contacted hotel security who then reached out to police, and inadvertently blew the lid off the agents' indiscretions. "There are 11 agents involved. Twenty or 21 women foreign nationals were brought to the hotel, but allegedly Marines were involved with the rest," revealed U.S. Senator, Susan Collins, who works as the top Republican Senate on the Homeland Security Committee.
According to Collins, director of the Secret Service, Mark Sullivan, revoked security clearance for the accused men. "Director Sullivan is rightly appalled by the agents' actions and is pursuing a vigorous internal investigation. He ordered all the agents to return to Washington immediately, and all have been interviewed."
The agents were staying at the Caribe hotel leading up to Pres. Obama and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton's arrival, for the Summit of the Americas conference. Five of the agents in question were also hired to protect the presidential motorcade.
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