GOVERNMENT AS CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE: Secret Service erased tapes of latest White House incident. A fish rots from the head.
Following a series of embarrassing gaffes involving agents, the head of the Secret Service asked Congress for $8 billion to construct a full-scale replica of the White House in Maryland to serve as a training ground for its agents.
A White House replica in Hangzhou, China—Photo via Wikimapia Six months after an intruder jumped over the White House fence and made it through the unlocked front door, the Secret Service is taking drastic measures to prevent similar incidents...
The U.S. Attorney's Office said the decision followed a Secret Service investigation into the Jan. 26 incident. The FAA is conducting its own review of the quad copter's crash.
Surveillance video allegedly shows that the media may have overblown the latest Secret Service scandal.
The Secret Service isn’t saying to whom the letter was addressed. But says an envelope tests positive for cyanide. But says it’s being retested to confirm the results. Letter To White House Tested Positive For Cyanide, Secret Service Says http://t.co/EjNC6srv3Z — Gabriel (@GaboMataGuzman) March 18, 2015
Following accusations that the Secret Service is failing in its duty to provide security and protection for the president of the United States of America, the Secret Service chief has requested $8 million from U.S. lawmakers to build...Show More Summary
The US Secret Service director admitted to Congress on Tuesday that his agents often drink, even as he sought funding to build a life-size mock-up of the White House to improve training. Joseph Clancy, the tarnished agency’s new boss, was grilled by lawmakers outraged over its latest...
A letter sent to the White House has initially tested positive for cyanide, the Secret Service said.
The envelope arrived Monday; the agency did not announce to whom the letter was addressed. Further tests are being conducted to confirm the results.
Today in threats to the president's residence not caused by the Secret Service, cyanide was found in an envelope addressed to the White House. Agency spokesman Robert Hoback said the envelope, which arrived in a screening facility this week, initially tested negative for biological agents, but on Tuesday returned a... More »
Mind you, the chances of this letter actually making its way to the White House is miniscule, as this falls under the purview of the US Postal Service, not the Secret Service. It is nevertheless a reminder that there are unhinged loons who hate whoever is behind the desk in the Oval Office: A letter [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — An envelope addressed to the White House has tentatively tested positive for cyanide after two rounds of analysis, the Secret Service said Tuesday. Additional testing will be necessary to confirm the finding.
The Secret Service confirmed tonight that an envelope containing cyanide was sent to the White House.
The Secret Service says a letter sent to the White House this week has tested positive for cyanide, confirming an earlier report by The Intercept. According to that story, the letter's return address matches a man who previously mailed the White House "a package covered in urine and feces." Read more...
The Secret Service says an envelope addressed to the White House has tentatively tested positive for cyanide.
An envelope mailed to the White House tested "presumptive positive" for cyanide and will undergo more testing to confirm the results, the U.S. Secret Service said on Tuesday. The agency charged with protecting the president said the envelope, which was received on Monday at the White House Mail Screening Facility, initially tested negative. Show More Summary
With all the hateful rhetoric flying around, is it any wonder? At least the Secret Service caught it before a tragedy occurred. It looks like it came from a wingnut who has been doing wingnutty things for years, too. The Intercept: An...Show More Summary
The Secret Service was trying to determine Tuesday night whether a letter sent to the White House contained cyanide.