The party's over for more #SecretService workers in a Colombian prostitution scandal. #CNN reports resignations are on the way. http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/19/us/secret-service/index.html?hpt=hp_t1 More Secret Service resignations are expected this week in the wake of an alleged prostitution scandal in Colombia, according to a congressional staff member who participated in briefings with the agency.
Three Secret Service members already are leaving the agency, but the fallout continued Thursday with congressional demands for more details about what happened in Cartagena before last week's Summit of the Americas.
A total of 11 members of the special security agency that protects the president and other top officials have been linked by the agency to the controversy, including the three who are leaving.
#GSA spending & #SecretService sex scandals. How do you feel about how taxpayer dollars are being spent? #TaxDay.
CNN reports: http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/17/politics/gsa-hearing/
A General Services Administration official who first raised questions about overspending at a 2010 Las Vegas conference said Tuesday that she supported the findings of a government investigation and the steps taken in response to the controversy.
The Washington Post reports, Investigators have determined that as many as 20 U.S. Secret Service and military personnel might have been involved in the hotel misconduct in Cartagena, Colombia, as the scandal that erupted during President Obama’s trip to the country last week put high-level officials on the defensive.Here's a link to the report http://tinyurl.com/8655o73 .
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Secret Service dropping palitos in Cartagena.... Hilarious #secretservice