Skip to comments.Secret Service chief to step down this month
Posted on 02/01/2013 10:10:09 PM PST by Olog-hai
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan announced his retirement Friday, bringing to a close a turbulent period for the law enforcement agency that included a South American prostitution scandal and a pair of White House gate-crashers.
In nearly seven years as director, Sullivan had to answer serious questions from lawmakers on two occasions about his employees actions on the job and off.
Last May, in testimony before Congress, Sullivan apologized for the conduct of Secret Service employees caught in a prostitution scandal in Colombia. Thirteen agents and officers were implicated after an agent argued with a prostitute over payment in a hotel hallway in Cartagena, Colombia.
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Sure seems like a lot of rats are jumping off the ship.
Meanwhile, bigger rats are jumping on.
Only since BHO was a resident in the WH.
ronnie raygun ~:” A look behind the curtain, maybe these rats that look like thier jumping off the ship are being asked to leave. Maybe more radical subservient candidates are needed for the second blow (second term)”
I agree with you.
There are too many sudden, unanticipated departures in this administration for it to be happenstance .
Just look at the quality and character of the replacements
at the head of the State Dept. and Defense Dept. ( anti-American and inept )