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April 13, 2012
These personnel changes will not affect the comprehensive security plan that has been prepared in advance of the president’s trip.
Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan • Discussing the allegations of misconduct — specifically, prostitutioninvolving Secret Service agents in Colombia for a summit that the president was attending. Of note: The allegations of misconduct occurred before the president got to Colombia, according to Donovan.
22:21 // 2 years ago

Did Obama’s security detail solicit prostitutes in Colombia?

  • 12 Secret Service agents sent home, relieved of their duties (whoa) source

» The AP has a salacious tip: “The Associated Press received an anonymous tip that the misconduct involved prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia, the site of the meeting. A Secret Service spokesman would neither confirm nor deny the accuracy of the tip.” Obama is visiting the country for the Summit of the Americas. The Washington Post reports that prostitution is legal in Colombia in specific areas, though (obviously) frowned upon in the case of Secret Service agents. In case you needed your story of the week, guys, there you go. (Edit: The Secret Service responds.)

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22:06 // 2 years ago