The Secret Service has yet another party problem on its hands. The agency confirmed Wednesday evening that it had placed a high-ranking supervisor on administrative leave and suspended his security clearance as a result of what a spokesman...Show More Summary
Headline conveys the essence; the linked article gives more details. I’m guessing the guy can kiss that recent promotion goodbye, though. Secret Service supervisor put on leave after assault allegation Looks to me like the new Secret Service chief certainly has his work cut out for him playing clean-up. But there’s also an old proverb: […]
The last Summit of the Americas, in Cartagena, Colombia, in 2012, was a disaster for President Obama. There were scandals involving Secret Service agents and sex workers, an increasing rebellion from the South against the failed U.S....Show More Summary
A senior supervisor has been put on leave after a female employee accused him of sexually assaulting her after work.
The high-ranking supervisor's security clearance was suspended
Report: female employee accusing male of unwanted sexual advances -- and more
Once again the Secret Service is in the news and once again it’s not good. This time it’s another Secret Service supervisor under scrutiny. Put on leave. After an employee complained about unwanted sexual advances. The latest incident to tarnish the image of the once highly touted service. Show More Summary
A senior manager is on leave from the Secret Service, after an employee he supervised reportedly told investigators that he assaulted her by making forceful and unwelcome sexual advances.
Director Joseph Clancy, a high-ranking Secret Service supervisor, was forced to turn in his gun and badge after being placed on leave after allegedly sexually assaulting female employee.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service has placed a high-ranking supervisor on administrative leave and suspended the supervisor's security clearance after what it called "allegations of misconduct and potential criminal activity."
THE COUNTRY’S IN THE VERY BEST OF HANDS: Secret Service manager put on leave during probe of alleged assault.
For fans of the franchise who remain unconvinced by Daniel Craig’s time on her majesty’s secret service, the stories leaking from the production of the latest film Spectre are further… Read more The post James Bond appeared first on The Spectator.
WASHINGTON, April 8 (Reuters) - The U.S. Secret Service has put a senior supervisor on leave and suspended his security clearance after a female employee accused him of assaulting her after-hours at the agency's headquarters last week, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. The District of Columbia police sex-crimes division and a U.S. Show More Summary
Another week, another Mark Millar property being turned into a movie. Fresh off the huge success of Kingsman: The Secret Service, the comic book writer behind Kick-Ass, Wanted and Nemesis has teamed with producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura to work on a movie version of Jupiter’s Legacy. Show More Summary
The Secret Service taught first daughter Malia Obama how to drive since it was a security risk for her parents to give driving lessons. First Lady Michelle Obama told TV host Rachael Ray how the presidential protection team provided driver's ed for the 16-year-old. Show More Summary
Apparently, agents taught Malia how to drive. According to the Town Hall, Michelle Obama admitted that her 16-year-old daughter was given driving lessons by the U.S. secret service. Mrs. Obama sat down for a chat with Rachel Ray when she was asked about her two kids. Show More Summary
Congratulations to Malia Obama for becoming the latest teenage child of a president to learn how to drive. First comes a cool selfie , then a slight tug away from Dad as he embarrasses you for the trillionth time by grabbing your hand the White House North Lawn, then a driver's license to free you from the oppressives force of your nerd-ass parents. Peace! Read more...
YOU DON’T NEED TO KNOW, PEASANTS! Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service. “The last known time mobile phone service was cut by a government agency was the San Francisco example from 2011. That’s when the Bay Area Rapid Transit System took heat for disabling service to quell a protest in […]
SOP 303 mobile-phone kill-switch protocol would endanger the public, feds say.
First lady Michelle Obama warned residents of Washington, D.C., that her eldest daughter Malia was now a licensed driver and can leave the White House grounds on her own -- protected by the Secret Service, of course.