At least three Secret Service members are being shown the door over the Colombia scandal—and the Secret Service director said Thursday that more resignations are expected. The agency announced that one will be fired, another will retire, and a third has been recommended for firing but will be allowed to appeal. Eight others have been placed on administrative leave and had their security clearances revoked. Eleven Secret Service employees and 10 military personnel are under investigation for soliciting prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia, two days before President Obama arrived for a summit. One ousted agent may be filing a lawsuit.