More details are starting to emerge about the 'wild night' of partying with prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia that cost 12 Secret Service agents — and possibly some military personnel — their jobs, and raised questions about the culture of the agency that protects the President.
The Washington Post reports today that some of the men involved are arguing that they did know the women that they brought back to their hotel were prostitutes.
The prostitution scandal in Colombia last week may be the biggest scandal in the Secret Service history, but does that wild night in Cartagena effect the Obama administration and possibly the upcoming elections? The transgressions o... Read Post
Updated 6:25 p.m. ET: The Secret Service has recalled a dozen personnel preparing for President Barack Obama’s arrival at the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia, after allegations surfaced that some may have brought prost... Read Post