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Published On: Sun, Apr 15th, 2012

Dania Suarez, Secret Service ‘hooker’ scandal taints Obama administration

The argument was over $47. A secret service agent’s romp with a prostitute in Colombia has put a black eye on the Obama administration’s reputation ahead of the 2012 re-election bid.

UPDATE: Members of the Obama administration led a cover-up of the scandal and behavior – detailed HERE

NY Post reports “A Secret Service agent shamed the United States after a wild night of babes and booze that ended in an argument with a Colombian hooker over as little as $47…One of 11 elite agents assigned to ensure President Obama’s protection at a summit meeting in Cartagena, Colombia, was busted after his lady of the evening refused to leave his hotel room in the morning without her fee.”

Check out her photo below.

There were eleven hookers hired by agents, all entertaining at the exact hotel where White House staffers, members of the press and dignitaries are staying during the Summit of the Americas meeting, sources said.

Five US military personnel are also being investigated for behavior said to have taken place at the same hotel where the Secret Service staff were staying, and they have been taken off duty and confined to barracks.

Yahoo covered the penalties and punishment for the secret service agents: Secret Service Assistant Director Paul Morrissey said “the nature of the allegations, coupled with a zero tolerance policy on personal misconduct,” led to the “decisive action to relieve these individuals of their assignment.”

“As a result, all 11 employees have been placed on administrative leave. This is standard procedure and allows us the opportunity to conduct a full, thorough and fair investigation into the allegations,” Morrissey said.

 

 

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