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U.S. Secret Service Scandal Brews in Colombia Over Prostitutes

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The Secret Service, which normally tries to stay in the background and garner as little attention as possible, is causing an international stir.

CBS News reports that a dozen Secret Service agents were sent home from Colombia before the President arrived Friday for the Summit of Americas. The New York Times later reported the number as being 11. It reported that it included agents and officers.

A Secret Service source told CBS News that one or more of the officers were involved with prostitutes and that there was a dispute over payment.

CBS reported that one prostitute went to the police, who notified the State Department. CBS reported that two were supervisors and the other were assigned to logistics.

Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan confirmed the removal of personnel, according to CBS News and said in a statement: “There have been allegations of misconduct made against Secret Service personnel in Cartagena, Colombia prior to the President’s trip. Because of this, those personnel are being relieved of their assignments, returned to their place of duty, and are being replaced by other Secret Service personnel.”

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