Secret Service Scandal May Not be Agency's First Offense

By Scott Sarvay

April 26, 2012 Updated Apr 26, 2012 at 11:21 AM EST

El Salvador (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - There's word that the Secret Service prostitution scandal that erupted in Columbia may not have been the agency's first offense.

Just one day after U.S. lawmakers were briefed on the incidents in Colombia involving Secret Service members, a TV station in Seattle is reporting that agents brought prostitutes back to their hotel rooms while they were in el Salvador.

As in Columbia, the agents on that trip were also part of an advance team preparing for a visit by President Obama.

The station cites an anonymous government contractor who claimed to have worked extensively with the Secret Service advance team.

He says the agents bragged they brought strippers back to their hotel rooms "all the time."

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