LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Dania Suarez photos have widen the Secret Service Colombia scandal investigation at the Cartagena’s Hotel El Caribe. Dania Suarez fotos are appearing across Latin American news and New York news today. Reporters claim that Suarez is allegedly one of the women hired by U.S. Secret Service agents. The detail is revealed as Congressional leaders tell news they want full investigative efforts to conclude by May 1, 2012.
Dania Suarez is allegedly one of the women at issue in the Colombia scandal. Eleven U.S. Secret Service agents were sent to the country in preparation for President Obama’s trip. After a night of drinking and socializing, the men headed to local clubs. The eleven agents reportedly split up, but later met up with the same plan. During the evening, the eleven agents agreed to bring back women to their room, for a fee.
Officials are looking at surveillance tapes and interviewing staffers to determine the extent of the scandal. But local officials tell news they are angry. They are upset that the scandal is casting their town in an unfavorable light. The region allows such actions in certain designated areas; nut an international scandal is not in the town’s best interests.
Mayor Campo Elias Teran is furious. “Cartagena women are respectable and you cannot generalize as if the city were filled with [working women],” he says. While Teran admitted that the services are legal in “tolerance zones” throughout the country of Colombia, the image this scandal is portraying is hurting the region, Mayor Teran claims.
The number of women involved remains in dispute. New York news claims that one of the agents agreed to allegedly pay Dania eight hundred dollars. But when the bill came up, he refused to pay more than twenty-eight dollars. Rather than avoid an international scandal, a Congressional investigation, and one of the worse controversies for the department this decade, the man told the woman he wasn’t going to pay her bill. She went to police. Police went to the Embassy. And the scandal commenced.
Officials claim that eleven Secret Service agents didn’t act alone but were involved with nine military servicemen. The group allegedly hired between twenty to twenty-one females. The Daily News claims that three agents have been fired.
Over the weekend, Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovon said his department’s internal investigation will handle the matter. “Because of this, those personnel are being relieved of their assignments, returned to their place of duty, and are being replaced by other Secret Service personnel.”
Officials added “The Secret Service takes all allegations of misconduct seriously.” Secret Service’s code strictly prohibits the conduct, listing it as “considered inappropriate”.
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