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Federal law enforcement personnel and a congressional committee are anxiously awaiting an overdue inspector general's report that they believe may reveal the involvement of two White House advance team members in the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia earlier this year.
"Three U.S. delegation members that stayed at the Hilton brought prostitutes back as overnight guests.
One of them was ours (Secret Service) and the other two were White House staffers,"
a high-ranking Secret Service official told FoxNews.com.
"We knew very early that White House staffers were involved."
an internal investigation by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General is likely to conclude two White House staffers picked up hookers and brought them back to the Cartagena Hilton
where the president later stayed.www.dailymail.co.uk...
the Senate committee staff is particularly eager to see the report because
it "includes information that two members of the White House advance team
had prostitutes overnight."
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Hang the agents....let the world twist them into pretzels. They MUST protect the civilian punks in the White House though, at any cost...huh?
Obviously we're worried the draft version of the report -- what the DHS IG investigators found on
the ground in Cartagena -- is going to get changed and edited before the final version gets out,"
said a Secret Service source with knowledge of the IG's initial findings.
"Collins and Lieberman and the committee sent this letter in part to make sure that nobody will
water down the final report. The committee sending the letter will prevent them from tampering
with the report, that's one of the reasons why they sent it."
Originally posted by Sinny
Its rampant and everywhere,
White House spokesman Jay Carney said Friday the administration has no reason to think staffers were involved and implied he would not be looking into the matter.
“From the moment that this was made public and an investigation was launched, we have been in regular touch with the Secret Service and obviously with the Pentagon about this incident,” he said. “I’m sure the discussion and the briefing covers a variety of subjects, a variety of both facts and rumors. What I’m not going to do … is give a play-by-play or speculate about every rumor that you may have heard.”
Carney also said he had “no reason to believe” an internal White House investigation would be needed.
Originally posted by knowledgedesired
Oh yeah I forgot...He also put the POTUS in danger but that really does not bother me to much..lol