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2012-04-20 03:34:11 AM

"if this sort of thing happened to the french or italian or german govt guys doing the same thing i doubt the uproar would be as bad."


Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Silvio Berlusconi would like a word with you...

 
2012-04-20 03:41:29 AM

skinink: "if this sort of thing happened to the french or italian or german govt guys doing the same thing i doubt the uproar would be as bad."
Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Silvio Berlusconi would like a word with you...


1. theyre heads of state, not their service monkeys doing an advance visit.
2. DS-K got all rapey, which is not quite the same thing as arguing with a hooker about a fee
 
2012-04-20 03:41:44 AM
How do I sign up to be a Secret Service guy?
And what is so secret if everyone knows about it?

Are the hookers secret about it?
 
2012-04-20 03:44:51 AM
So what have we learned today boys and girls?
1. South American women are Hot!
2. American secret agents are cheap!
3.Yes, we would tap that S!
 
2012-04-20 03:45:43 AM
Is it wrong I expected there to be a penis?
 
2012-04-20 03:47:40 AM

TheBigJerk: Is it wrong I expected there to be a penis?


i.qkme.me
 
2012-04-20 03:50:48 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

Pretty sure I got a disease just looking at this place.
 
2012-04-20 03:53:15 AM

Father_Jack: skinink: "if this sort of thing happened to the french or italian or german govt guys doing the same thing i doubt the uproar would be as bad."
Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Silvio Berlusconi would like a word with you...

1. theyre heads of state, not their service monkeys doing an advance visit.
2. DS-K got all rapey, which is not quite the same thing as arguing with a hooker about a fee


a) They're both "government guys" and you didn't specify which type in the first place, even though you then bring up DS-K in your second point anyways. So...


2) "In February 2012, Strauss-Kahn was detained for questioning by French police as part of an investigation into a suspected prostitution ring."


I disagree with you because I can't really imagine Angela Merkel being okay over her advance security team being caught up in a prostitution scandal.

 
2012-04-20 03:54:56 AM
The issue wasn't payment. Colombian brothels are legal and highly controlled. The price is already agreed upon before the deal takes place. The new guy most likely wasn't schooled on tipping, the tip is for the cab fare back to the girl's place of business and is customary.
 
2012-04-20 03:59:47 AM
If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.
 
2012-04-20 04:02:16 AM

soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?


They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?
 
2012-04-20 04:02:58 AM

cman: She is Britishly hot, but not Kim Kardashian hot


I had to choke down the vomit a bit.
 
2012-04-20 04:03:53 AM

Father_Jack: ladyfortuna: "curvy figure accentuated by enhanced breasts, flowing hair with rays of highlights"

WTF does it matter if she has highlights, and how do they know the 'twins' are enhanced? FU, Daily Fail...

Seriously. Perhaps I'm idealistic, but I expect the Secret Service to be above this kind of behavior while on assignment; I'm former Army Reserves so no, from my observation/experience, I don't hold the standard to our entire military since it would be impossible to enforce, but that's the sole agency I do expect it of. Sure they're human and maybe while they're at home and off their shift, whatever they want to get up to assuming it's legal.

But in a foreign country, doing advance work for a presidential visit? Every one of them deserves to get sacked. I just sincerely hope it was isolated and not an agency wide attitude. I don't care who the president is or his/(her) party, they need to be VIGILANT, not picking up locals for some fun.

Also... really? Those guys felt the need to pay for this kind of thing? I'd expect it would be easy enough to snag some ladies of loose morals...

it was my understanding that prostitution is indeed legal in colombia?

your statements appear contradictory.


I have a friend that works for a private company in the U.S. that does work for the U.S. government that he cannot talk about without being fired and losing his security clearance.
I saw him take a phone call that he thought was from his friend based on the number displayed on his phone.....then he got visibly upset. The person on the other end was not the friend, but the friend's girlfriend, who is a foreign national (on a student visa, from Europe).
My friend was upset because if he talks on the phone to a foreign national, he has to report it immediately, no matter how innocent.

If my friend has to go through this with a lower security clearance than secret service agents working to protect the president, then yes...it is a BIG THING these agents were seeing prostitutes (or dating women/men not vetted through their supervisors) while being employed as secret service agents in a foreign country, let alone on duty.

They weren't forced into this career. they knew what they were getting into.
 
2012-04-20 04:04:28 AM
I will take Britishly hot over kim kardashian any day
 
2012-04-20 04:04:58 AM

Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.


Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.
 
2012-04-20 04:05:29 AM

Gyrfalcon: Dude! You're from America! You make more in a day than she sees all month!


Actually, the starting salary for Secret Service agents (as of 2010) is just over $52,000, so that was nearly a week's pay for the guy.

Still, he was a dick and should have paid the price he agreed on for services rendered.
 
2012-04-20 04:07:05 AM

Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?


It has nothing at all to do with legality or sex. It is a clear security violation and a potential risk to the President.
 
2012-04-20 04:09:34 AM

meyerkev: Father_Jack: ladyfortuna: "curvy figure accentuated by enhanced breasts, flowing hair with rays of highlights"

WTF does it matter if she has highlights, and how do they know the 'twins' are enhanced? FU, Daily Fail...

Seriously. Perhaps I'm idealistic, but I expect the Secret Service to be above this kind of behavior while on assignment; I'm former Army Reserves so no, from my observation/experience, I don't hold the standard to our entire military since it would be impossible to enforce, but that's the sole agency I do expect it of. Sure they're human and maybe while they're at home and off their shift, whatever they want to get up to assuming it's legal.

But in a foreign country, doing advance work for a presidential visit? Every one of them deserves to get sacked. I just sincerely hope it was isolated and not an agency wide attitude. I don't care who the president is or his/(her) party, they need to be VIGILANT, not picking up locals for some fun.

Also... really? Those guys felt the need to pay for this kind of thing? I'd expect it would be easy enough to snag some ladies of loose morals...

it was my understanding that prostitution is indeed legal in colombia?

your statements appear contradictory.

Key words are bolded.

Even when they're "off duty" in Columbia, they're still on-duty.


Bull. Shiat.

Or would you care to quote me some regulation that says that on their own time they are still "on duty"?
 
2012-04-20 04:13:23 AM

Bessame: Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.

Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.


How is it a security risk? And can you quote the secret service regulation that it was not allowed?
 
2012-04-20 04:13:44 AM
Still, it's clear their judgment is better than most of the people they protect. I say they run a coordinated effort to all run for congress, "Getting the Band back To Get Her", or some other mildly amusing slogan.
 
2012-04-20 04:15:20 AM

Mock26: meyerkev: Father_Jack: ladyfortuna: "curvy figure accentuated by enhanced breasts, flowing hair with rays of highlights"

WTF does it matter if she has highlights, and how do they know the 'twins' are enhanced? FU, Daily Fail...

Seriously. Perhaps I'm idealistic, but I expect the Secret Service to be above this kind of behavior while on assignment; I'm former Army Reserves so no, from my observation/experience, I don't hold the standard to our entire military since it would be impossible to enforce, but that's the sole agency I do expect it of. Sure they're human and maybe while they're at home and off their shift, whatever they want to get up to assuming it's legal.

But in a foreign country, doing advance work for a presidential visit? Every one of them deserves to get sacked. I just sincerely hope it was isolated and not an agency wide attitude. I don't care who the president is or his/(her) party, they need to be VIGILANT, not picking up locals for some fun.

Also... really? Those guys felt the need to pay for this kind of thing? I'd expect it would be easy enough to snag some ladies of loose morals...

it was my understanding that prostitution is indeed legal in colombia?

your statements appear contradictory.

Key words are bolded.

Even when they're "off duty" in Columbia, they're still on-duty.

Bull. Shiat.

Or would you care to quote me some regulation that says that on their own time they are still "on duty"?


I don't have access to secret service manuals. Are you really trying to put forth the idea that secret service agents while on an assignment in a foreign country preparing for a presidential visit are allowed to visit legal prostitutes while not strictly on the clock? Is that what you are trying to say?
Seriously?
 
2012-04-20 04:16:17 AM

Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.

Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.

How is it a security risk? And can you quote the secret service regulation that it was not allowed?


You know how I know you don't have a high security clearance for the U.S. Government?
 
2012-04-20 04:18:38 AM

Bessame: Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.

Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.

How is it a security risk? And can you quote the secret service regulation that it was not allowed?

You know how I know you don't have a high security clearance for the U.S. Government?


And you do?
 
2012-04-20 04:20:30 AM

Bessame: Mock26: meyerkev: Father_Jack: ladyfortuna: "curvy figure accentuated by enhanced breasts, flowing hair with rays of highlights"

WTF does it matter if she has highlights, and how do they know the 'twins' are enhanced? FU, Daily Fail...

Seriously. Perhaps I'm idealistic, but I expect the Secret Service to be above this kind of behavior while on assignment; I'm former Army Reserves so no, from my observation/experience, I don't hold the standard to our entire military since it would be impossible to enforce, but that's the sole agency I do expect it of. Sure they're human and maybe while they're at home and off their shift, whatever they want to get up to assuming it's legal.

But in a foreign country, doing advance work for a presidential visit? Every one of them deserves to get sacked. I just sincerely hope it was isolated and not an agency wide attitude. I don't care who the president is or his/(her) party, they need to be VIGILANT, not picking up locals for some fun.

Also... really? Those guys felt the need to pay for this kind of thing? I'd expect it would be easy enough to snag some ladies of loose morals...

it was my understanding that prostitution is indeed legal in colombia?

your statements appear contradictory.

Key words are bolded.

Even when they're "off duty" in Columbia, they're still on-duty.

Bull. Shiat.

Or would you care to quote me some regulation that says that on their own time they are still "on duty"?

I don't have access to secret service manuals. Are you really trying to put forth the idea that secret service agents while on an assignment in a foreign country preparing for a presidential visit are allowed to visit legal prostitutes while not strictly on the clock? Is that what you are trying to say?
Seriously?


Until you can quote me some regulations to back up your specious claim that they are still on duty when they are technically "off duty," then, yeah, that is exactly what I am saying.

That being said, are you really trying to put forth your unsubstantiated opinion as a fact? Seriously?
 
2012-04-20 04:21:31 AM

Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.

Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.

How is it a security risk? And can you quote the secret service regulation that it was not allowed?

You know how I know you don't have a high security clearance for the U.S. Government?

And you do?


Of course not. If I did, I would not be posting on FARK. I do however possess common sense.
 
2012-04-20 04:23:04 AM

Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?


You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?
 
2012-04-20 04:24:26 AM

Bessame: Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.

Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.

How is it a security risk? And can you quote the secret service regulation that it was not allowed?

You know how I know you don't have a high security clearance for the U.S. Government?

And you do?

Of course not. If I did, I would not be posting on FARK. I do however possess common sense.


Oh, so your unsubstantiated claim based on "common sense" is an irrefutable fact? Excuse me while I fall on the floor in fits of laughter!

bwahahahahahahahahaha
 
2012-04-20 04:26:16 AM

Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?


Really? You think that some drug lord would even dream of daring to take on the President? Seriously? Man, I just fell on the floor laughing so hard at another post. Now I have to through that all over again.
 
2012-04-20 04:27:35 AM

Mock26: Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?

Really? You think that some drug lord would even dream of daring to take on the President? Seriously? Man, I just fell on the floor laughing so hard at another post. Now I have to through that all over again.


Hopefully, you knocked some sense into your head. You're incredibly naive.
 
2012-04-20 04:29:31 AM

Bessame:
I have a friend that works for a private company in the U.S. that does work for the U.S. government that he cannot talk about without being fired and losing his security clearance.
I saw him take a phone call that he thought was from his friend based on the number displayed on his phone.....then he got visibly upset. The person on the other end was not the friend, but the friend's girlfriend, who is a foreign national (on a student visa, from Europe).
My friend was upset because if he talks on the phone to a foreign national, he has to report it immediately, no matter how innocent.

If my friend has to go through this with a lower security clearance than secret service agents working to protect the president, then yes...it is a BIG THING these agents were seeing ...


Hmm. Yeah thats an interesting angle with the security clearance aspect. Presumbly tho the kinda clearance these guys have isnt the same sort, since by the nature of what theyre doing theyre mixing it up with local staffs in the countries theyre travelling to, etc.

Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?


sounds like a tom clancy kinda problem.
 
2012-04-20 04:31:26 AM

soupbone: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

It has nothing at all to do with legality or sex. It is a clear security violation and a potential risk to the President.


ninja pleez.
 
2012-04-20 04:32:22 AM

soupbone: Mock26: Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?

Really? You think that some drug lord would even dream of daring to take on the President? Seriously? Man, I just fell on the floor laughing so hard at another post. Now I have to through that all over again.

Hopefully, you knocked some sense into your head. You're incredibly naive.


And your extensive knowledge of secret service security clearances and protocols is what exactly? Let me guess, you have watched In the Line of Fire over 100 times, right?
 
2012-04-20 04:33:24 AM
shes a sexy broad, I'd surely pay $47 bucks for her service. Latin women are the best, Im sure she is a great lay.

And the guy didnt lose his job, just got moved to some other agency/dept. or something - thats how shiat works in gov't employment
 
2012-04-20 04:34:53 AM

Mock26: soupbone: Mock26: Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?

Really? You think that some drug lord would even dream of daring to take on the President? Seriously? Man, I just fell on the floor laughing so hard at another post. Now I have to through that all over again.

Hopefully, you knocked some sense into your head. You're incredibly naive.

And your extensive knowledge of secret service security clearances and protocols is what exactly? Let me guess, you have watched In the Line of Fire over 100 200 times, right?


Lightweight.

img2.timeinc.net
 
2012-04-20 04:37:18 AM

Father_Jack:

Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?

sounds like a tom clancy kinda problem.


This. Can you see some member of the advance team going up to the motorcade drivers and telling them to ignore the preplanned route and instead turn down street x? Such a notion is so ridiculous that only Tom Clancy or a moran could come up with it and present it as a serious possibility!
 
2012-04-20 04:38:31 AM

soupbone: Mock26: soupbone: Mock26: Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?

Really? You think that some drug lord would even dream of daring to take on the President? Seriously? Man, I just fell on the floor laughing so hard at another post. Now I have to through that all over again.

Hopefully, you knocked some sense into your head. You're incredibly naive.

And your extensive knowledge of secret service security clearances and protocols is what exactly? Let me guess, you have watched In the Line of Fire over 100 200 times, right?

Lightweight.

[img2.timeinc.net image 300x400]


So, are you going to quote this "clear violation" that the secret service agents committed?
 
2012-04-20 04:40:30 AM
Honey pot conspiracy theories, you watch too many movies. There are many reasons allowing our security agents to use local prostitutes is a bad idea, if the average citizen wants to go there and do that well, okay, but these men aren't on vacation and their conduct should show it. It's big news because the combination of politics, security, and sex is irresistible to our media. Too bad it completely washed out any mention of drug law reform or Cuba.

I think the issue here is pay for the Secret Service, if we paid these hard working young men a better wage they could afford to pay the $800 for a Colombian hooker and we wouldn't have to hear about it. We could continue to go on feeling secure and being ignorant, which is what we really wanted anyway.
 
2012-04-20 04:41:31 AM
She could give the secret servicemen drug resistant TB or some other wacky disease.
That might present a security problem for the president.

That's the worst I could think of in 10 minutes.
 
2012-04-20 04:42:04 AM
Strip clubs are really depressing places when the lights are turned on.
 
2012-04-20 04:48:57 AM

Mock26: soupbone: Mock26: soupbone: Mock26: Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?

Really? You think that some drug lord would even dream of daring to take on the President? Seriously? Man, I just fell on the floor laughing so hard at another post. Now I have to through that all over again.

Hopefully, you knocked some sense into your head. You're incredibly naive.

And your extensive knowledge of secret service security clearances and protocols is what exactly? Let me guess, you have watched In the Line of Fire over 100 200 times, right?

Lightweight.

[img2.timeinc.net image 300x400]

So, are you going to quote this "clear violation" that the secret service agents committed?


This guy apparently knows shiat according to you.

"If all this happened, this compromised the agents themselves," House Homeland Security Committee chairman Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., told ABC News. "It left [the agents] open to be threatened and blackmailed in the future. ... They could have been threatened or blackmailed secondly to bring prostitutes in an area that's a secured zone. It just violates a basic code of conduct."

"King said it appeared the agency actually had "really lucked out." If the women were working for a terrorist organization or some other anti-American group, King said, they could have had access to information about the president's whereabouts or security protocols while in the agents' rooms."

"In a letter to Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan, Issa and Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, the committee's ranking Democrat, said the agents "brought foreign nationals in contact with sensitive security information." A potential security breach has been among the concerns raised by members of Congress."

Are you going to continue to be a dense dumb ass, or do we need to continue to quote this sort of shiat? No, I don't have access to their internal (and most likely top secret) manuals, but these lawmakers aren't just talking out of their asses. They are getting this information from somewhere.
 
2012-04-20 05:00:51 AM
The issue here is that all government workers under the Do'HS are subject to the civilian code of conduct while overseas. It clearly states that while in another country, employees must respect the human rights of those with whom they interact (supporting prostitution and human trafficking are zero-tolerance offences) and treat others ethically and with respect as well - and this guy's actions (regardless of the 'legality' of his earlier actions in Colombia), if he did cheat this woman out of an agreed-upon payment, fall far from treating her ethically or respectfully. While perhaps not as newsworthy as this has become (it IS an election year, after all), it is something this guy knew well he could be fired for, whether 'everyone does it' or not.
 
2012-04-20 05:09:20 AM

Mock26: Bessame: Mock26: If only the stupid farker had paid her, he would still have his job, and so would his buddies. I hope that his buddies give him a good beating.

That being said, if farking prostitutes was legal where they were (and from what I understand Colombia has its equivalent of Red Light Districts) and if the agents were off the clock and on their own time, then I do not think that they should be punished for farking prostitutes.

Well, you would be wrong. It is a security risk and they knew this was not allowed.

How is it a security risk? And can you quote the secret service regulation that it was not allowed?


Well, no, duh.

It's a SECRET.
 
2012-04-20 05:15:00 AM

Wamphyr: Mock26: soupbone: culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.

So to you this is only a topic that revolves around sex, and has nothing at all to do with the fact that they were there to perform an essential security function of protecting the President?

They were the advance team and the President had not yet arrived in the country. And, if they were not on duty and did not break the law then what is the problem?

You mean like some druglord showing up and telling the agent, "we put a camera in your room - if you don't want your wife to see the video of you and the hooker, tell me which limo the President is riding in, and I want you to ensure the motorcade travels down street x when it arrives" kind of problem?


And we're done here. Mock26, WTF?
 
2012-04-20 05:18:11 AM
I use to come here for insightful stories. But now fark is full of know nothing nitwits. The only reason this is a big deal is because the media sensationalized it. Something I think fark is suppose to be opposed to. I assumed most commenters had the gist of what's going on here. Guess not.
 
2012-04-20 05:19:24 AM

rufusthegoat: The issue here is that all government workers under the Do'HS are subject to the civilian code of conduct while overseas. It clearly states that while in another country, employees must respect the human rights of those with whom they interact (supporting prostitution and human trafficking are zero-tolerance offences) and treat others ethically and with respect as well - and this guy's actions (regardless of the 'legality' of his earlier actions in Colombia), if he did cheat this woman out of an agreed-upon payment, fall far from treating her ethically or respectfully. While perhaps not as newsworthy as this has become (it IS an election year, after all), it is something this guy knew well he could be fired for, whether 'everyone does it' or not.


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2012-04-20 05:21:41 AM

sirgarr02: I use to come here for insightful stories. But now fark is full of know nothing nitwits. The only reason this is a big deal is because the media sensationalized it. Something I think fark is suppose to be opposed to. I assumed most commenters had the gist of what's going on here. Guess not.


If you want insightful stories and intelligent commentary, Slashdot is over here Link
 
2012-04-20 05:26:31 AM

sirgarr02: I use to come here for insightful stories. But now fark is full of know nothing nitwits. The only reason this is a big deal is because the media sensationalized it. Something I think fark is suppose to be opposed to. I assumed most commenters had the gist of what's going on here. Guess not.


LOL. ALL major stories are nothing until news of it gets out. But that is not the reason this is an issue. Secret Service agents told foreign nationals (prostitutes and anyone else in hearing distance) they were Secret Service agents, some were "serviced" in an insecure club on foreign soil, then brought some of the foreign nationals (prostitutes) to a secure location (where press corps members were also present).

What these guys did was not allowed as per their security clearance AND was massively stupid.
 
2012-04-20 05:31:29 AM

culebra: If this counts as a scandal to you, you're basically sexually repressed.


Not so much a scandal, but I wouldn't have if I were in their shoes. It's inappropriate. Not only which, but depending on what you hear, it wasn't just hookers, but more of a sex/drugs/rock&roll combo. Also there are the CAG guys, can't wait to hear how that one comes out.
 
2012-04-20 05:32:48 AM

meathome:
From an OPSEC perspective, it's a disaster.


How WOULD you fill out those foreign contact forms?
 
2012-04-20 05:34:30 AM
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