Saturday, April 21, 2012

SECRET SERVICE SEX SCANDAL KEEPS GROWING

PROSTITUTE SCANDAL: U.S.
SECRET SERVICE OUSTS AGENTS
www.bendbulletin.com - The repercussions from the burgeoning Colombia prostitution scandal continued to mount Friday as the U.S. Secret Service forced out three more employees, while agency director Mark Sullivan gave his first briefing to President Barack Obama on the alleged misconduct of those in charge of protecting him. Sullivan met with Obama in the Oval Office, a week after revelations first surfaced of heavy drinking, visits to strip clubs and payments to prostitutes on April 11 by members of the president’s advance security team, who were preparing for his trip to an international summit. In his daily briefing at the White House, which occurred before Obama met with Sullivan, press secretary Jay Carney said the president is confident his security was “never compromised,” even though the Secret Service replaced at least 11 agents and officers just hours before Obama arrived in the city of Cartagena on April 13.

Obama has “faith in the Secret Service, and high regard for the agency and the job that they do protecting him, his family, protecting his predecessors,” Carney said. The three Secret Service personnel forced out Friday have chosen to resign, the agency said in a statement, bringing to six the total number who have lost their jobs in the wake of the incident. That total includes two supervisors, David Randall Chaney and Greg Stokes, who were pushed out Wednesday. In all, 22 men from the Secret Service and military are now suspected of having participated in the carousing. The military said Friday that 11 of its members have been implicated, one more than previously reported. Agency officials briefed lawmakers on Capitol Hill Friday as investigators in Cartagena continued attempting to contact all the women who came to the Hotel Caribe last week before President Obama’s arrival in Colombia.

The sex scandal rocking the U.S. Secret Service is spreading.  More agents have stepped down in the wake of alleged activities involving prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia last weekend. The misconduct was exposed when one of the high-priced escorts complained that she was not paid enough, resulting in the local police getting involved. President Obama was briefed by Secret Service Director about the continuing investigation but the White House has been keeping its distance. Illicit sex always brings problems.

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No illicit sex. Today so many anxieties, so many diseases, so many frustrations are born of just unrestricted passion and lust. AIDS, Hepatitis, so many of these incurable diseases that are killing tens and millions are born of intoxication and illicit sex. Some warning is there. We are supposed to try to control our mind and senses. ... But in this age we are living of Kaliyuga the most powerful and perfect means of cleaning the mirror of the heart is the all pure transcendent name of God. By chanting the name of the Lord it has the power to clean the mirror of the heart and allow our true eternal nature to shine, awaken our eternal love within, which is the source of real peace and real happiness.


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The military said Friday that 11 of its members have been implicated, one more than previously reported. Agency officials briefed lawmakers on Capitol Hill Friday as investigators in Cartagena continued attempting to contact all the women who came to the Hotel Caribe last week before President Obama’s arrival in Colombia.

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