Secret Service scandal


U.S. investigators searching for 21 Colombian prostitutes, said to be involved with Secret Service agents and soldiers

A prostitution scandal that overshadowed U.S. President Barack Obama’s recent trip to the Summit of the Americas has led investigators back to Cartagena, Colombia, where they’re now looking for as many 21 women thought to have been involved with Secret Service agents and military personnel in the lead up to the event. The agents and soldiers are thought to have brought the women back to their hotel after a night of heavy drinking, those familiar with the investigation told the New York Times. The police were called after one of the women says she wasn’t paid.