Secret Service Misconduct — Agents Sent Home From International Summit

As many as a dozen Secret Service agents were sent home from an international summit amid allegations of misconduct. The misconduct allegedly involved prostituion in Cartagena, Colombia. The agents were sent home before President Obama arrived for the Summit of the Americas. While prostitution is legal in Colombia, the alleged conduct of the Secret Service agents should not be tolerated. The Secret Service has neither confirmed nor denied the allegations.