Hervé Falciani, the French-Italian whistleblower who leaked HSBC classified files to the French tax authorities triggering an international scandal, was given a cool gadget to communicate with his protectors: an ultra-thin phone that...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama on Wednesday named acting director Joseph Clancy as the permanent head of the US Secret Service, ignoring calls for an outsider to be appointed following a string of White House breaches. A 27-year veteran of the agency, Clancy is a former head of the presidential protection...
WASHINGTON — The deputy director of the Secret Service, who managed day-to-day operations during scandals that badly tainted the agency, will resign his position but be allowed to accept another unspecified federal job within the Homeland...Show More Summary
How many people does it take to save Olivia Pope? So far it looks like it takes at least one president, one first lady, one former head of B613, one Secret Service agent, one attorney general, two gladiators and a Republican National Committee chairwoman...
After a string of scandals and security lapses, at least five senior officials in the US Secret Service are headed out the door. Read the rest
After a prostitution scandal and consternation over how a fence-jumper at the White House got deep into the presidential mansion before he was stopped, the Secret Service needs to make sweeping changes like building a taller fence, hiring many more agents, and stepping up their training, an independent commission says.
The investigator who led the Department of Homeland Security’s internal review of the Secret Service’s 2012 prostitution scandal, David Nieland, claimed hotel records showed a member of the White House advance team signed a prostitute into his room the same night. Show More Summary
With a slew of security breaches at the White House and new details about an old prostitution scandal, the Secret Service can use all the good P.R. it can get. President Obama obliged during a lunch stop
The investigator who led the Department of Homeland Security's internal review of the Secret Service's 2012 prostitution scandal quietly resigned in August after he was implicated in his own incident involving a prostitute. Sheriff's...Show More Summary
Stars & Stripes reports that David Nieland, the fellow investigating the Secret Service hooker scandal in Colombia was himself involved with prostitutes in Florida; Nieland has told congressional staffers that he was pressured to leave out of the report on the Secret Service scandal that a White House volunteer had brought a prostitute to his […]
The Department of Homeland Security revealed that David Nieland, an "investigator leading the internal review of the Secret Service’s 2012 prostitution scandal quit in August — because he was caught in a prostitution scandal of his own." Sheriff’s...Show More Summary
The lead investigator in the Department of Homeland Security's 2012 review of the Secret Service prostitution scandal -- which was sensationalized by conservative media -- has reportedly resigned after being accused of soliciting a prostitute...Show More Summary
2014 is the year that proved all of my beliefs about the Secret Service being squeaky-clean true-blue types were just stupidly false. So there was a prostitution scandal in 2012, remember? Secret Service agents were partying it up and visiting prostitutes while in Cartegena, Columbia, and they got busted. Show More Summary
David Nieland, the investigator who led the Department of Homeland Security's probe into the 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal, has "quietly resigned" after being caught with a prostitute himself, The New York Times reports. Florida...Show More Summary
THE HILL: Report: Secret Service prostitution investigator resigns after own incident. The investigator who led the internal inquiry into the 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal resigned in August after he was implicated in his own incident involving a prostitute, according to a report from the New York Times. Local law enforcement in Florida reportedly saw […]
Department of Homeland Security investigator who probed the Secret Service prostitution scandal got booted out of his job for using a prostitute.
The man who headed the investigation into the scandal involving prostitutes and the Secret Service resigned in August because of his own involvement with prostitution. Sheriff’s deputies in Broward County, Fla., saw David Nieland, the investigator, entering and leaving a building they had under surveillance as part of a prostitution investigation, according to officials briefed [...]
The man who was investigating the Secret Service prostitution scandal resigned back in August, The New York Times reports, because––are you ready for this?––he was caught up in a prostitution scandal of his own.
The man who led the investigation into the Secret Service prostitution scandal was forced to quit this summer after he was busted in a prostitution scandal of his own, the New York Times reports. Read more...
A Department of Homeland Security investigator who led an internal review of the 2012 prostitution scandal that rocked the Secret Service resigned in August after being implicated as allegedly visiting a prostitute himself, The New York Times reports. Show More Summary