President Obama had a bumpy arrival in Cartagena, Colombia yesterday for the sixth annual Summit of the Americas when a dozen secret service agents were relieved of duty and sent home amid allegations of misconduct involving prostitution. According to the Washington Post, at least one agent has been accused of involvement with prostitutes in Cartagena. “They had arranged to have a bunch of prostitutes come by and one of the agents refused to pay a prostitute,” author Ronald Kessler, a leading experts on the Secret Service and former Washington Post reporter, told the Daily News.
Agents have been sent home for alleged misconduct, reportedly related to prostitution. President Obama arrived in Colombia Friday for the Summit of the Americas, and the Secret Service says its security plan has not been compromised... Read Post
Cartagena, Colombia (CNN) -- A group of Secret Service agents and officers sent to Colombia ahead of President Barack Obama were relieved of duty and returned home amid allegations of misconduct that involved prostitution, according... Read Post