The Summit of the Americas began for the United States with a bizarre and embarrassing story about Secret Service agents and their struggle with overpaying prostitutes. There are several versions of the story, Fox News' Wendell Goler reports, but none appear to be completely accurate. What the media does know? 12 Secret Service agents were sent home from Colombia and replaced in full, along with 5 military personnel, and the President's security was never compromised.
Five U.S. military members have been ordered confined to quarters over possible involvement in inappropriate conduct at the same hotel here as the 11 Secret Service agents sent home in an unfolding scandal involving local prostitute... Read Post
For the United States, the last Summit of the Americas was a fairly regrettable experience. That 2012 event is probably best remembered for the prostitution scandal that embarrassed the Secret Service, its agents' reputation for ste... Read Post