Source: Bill Plante / CBS News
WASHINGTON – It’s been more than a week since the Secret Service sex scandal in Colombia exploded into public view, and it seems to be growing.
Six of the 12 agents implicated in the scandal are now out of a job, and the investigation is entering its second week amid new revelations about a prostitute being taken to a sensitive location.
“It just gets more troubling,” Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday.
Five nights before the president’s arrival, a twelfth Secret Service official, who was not previously under investigation, allegedly brought a prostitute to the Hilton Hotel in Cartegena, the hotel where the president later stayed.
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