Secret Service Agents Fired Then Hired?

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When the door of the Secret Service Agency closed for the 11 servicemen, another door opened, but this time it won’t be for watching over the President but for checking out legit and non-legit escorts for Adult Search.

trained eyes can tell the difference between a common prostitute (since prostitution is illegal and we don't condone it) and the legal adult escorts we list.

After the recent Colombian escort scandal, an escort service website owner offered a steamy escort-screening and reviewing job that will require the well-trained eyes of the 11 ousted secret service agents.

According to ABC News, the 11 Secret Service agents allegedly took about 20 to 21 women back to their rented party space in Cartagena on April 11-12. This was the night before President Obama arrived in the city to attend the Summit of the Americas. Furthermore, ABC news report suggests that they were only discovered when one of the girls – 24-year old Dania Suarez – complained about the $28 they offered for her services when they initially agreed to a $800 fee, thus leading to the local police involvement.

As written in Reuter's April 23 article, U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told the reporters at Colombia’s military base that, “We expect our people, wherever they are, whether they are in Colombia or any other country, to behave at the highest standards of conduct.” Currently, the 11 servicemen were relieved from their White House duties.

ABC News further stated that among those 11 and possibly 12 gentlemen, 3 were already identified today. They are: David Randall Chaney, supervisor in the Secret Service's International Programs Division; Greg Stokes, who works as an assistant special agent in charge of the K-9 division; and the third agent remained publicly unnamed but was identified as a low-level Secret Service official.

Adult Search owner, Dallas Valentine, wrote a letter to the Secret Service Agency, which was obtained by TMZ.com and also posted on the Huffington Post, saying that, “Unlike the squares in the White House, we understand completely why you didn't pay.” He further added, “Her services obviously weren't up to snuff and your highly trained Secret Service sensibilities spotted this!”

The said letter goes on to offer these ex-agents jobs to review escorts who advertise at Adult Search because they have proven that their “trained eyes can tell the difference between a common prostitute (since prostitution is illegal and we don't condone it) and the legal adult escorts we list.”

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