DEA Agents Under Investigation Over Colombia Prostitutes, Too
It seems Drug Enforcement Administration took part in the fun too
Colombia's prostitutes must be as good as their cocaine, or so we hear.
One month after 12 Secret Service agents got in trouble for hiring (and not wanting to pay) Colombia escorts during their visit with President Obama, it has now been revealed that DEA agents were having some fun of their own at the same time. How did that info get out?
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According to CBS News' sources, Secret Service agents essentially told investigators "they were doing it too" while they were being questioned about their shenanigans.
The Department of Justice insists that is not the case.
"The Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General (DOJ-OIG) is investigating allegations about potential misconduct by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) personnel in Colombia, unrelated to the Cartagena hotel Secret Service incident," they said via statement.
The DEA has agents permanently stationed in Colombia. During the investigation however, the agents in question have been removed from the country.