Club Fed or Pley Club is clearly the biggest scandal in Secret Service history.
Eleven Secret Service Agents in Cartagena, Colombia for the Summit of the Americas, were sent back to the United States after alleged misconduct involving prostitution.
Prostitution is legal in Colombia in designated “tolerance zones.”
All 11 agents who put the secret in service are accused of involvement in the incident by either interfering in the investigation or direct participation in other alleged misconduct.
Pley Club and Hotel Caribe – We all know the story of how do you make a hormone. Not pay her.
A disputed $170 bill brought down the Agency.
“ One of the agents did not pay one of the prostitutes and she complained to the police.” – Ronald Kessler, former Washington Post reporter
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