Source: CBS News
WASHINGTON – U.S. investigators are in Cartagena, Colombia, asking witnesses exactly what happened in the Secret Service sex scandal.
One U.S. senator says up to 20 women were involved with Secret Service agents and military aides in Colombia preparing for last weekend’s visit by President Obama.
CBS News has learned that the Secret Service now wants to polygraph the individuals involved in this scandal. A senior law enforcement official says it is just one part of the investigation and that “we want to use every possible tool to get to the bottom of this.”
CBS News has also learned that Mr. Obama’s security team was partying at a strip club called The Pley just 48 hours before he arrived in Colombia.
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