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Prostitute Probe Launched on Agents

Three Drug Enforcement Administration agents are under investigation for hiring prostitutes during the same infamous April trip that embroiled the Secret Service. Officials say the alleged incident took place at the same time, but is a completely separate investigation. The agents have all been removed from Colombia after a Secret Service source revealed during questioning in the other case that they may have hired prostitutes. The Department of Justice is leading the investigation of the agents, who were all permanently based in South America. A DEA spokesperson said that the agency was taking the allegations “very seriously.”

May 21, 2012 10:48 PM