Twelve Secret Service agents who were in Cartagena,(Car-tay-hayne-ya) Colombia to provide security for the President were all sent back to the United States after allegations of misconduct.
CBS is reporting that the allegations include accusations about money.
Prostitution is legal in some parts of Colombia. Police were involved after one of the women complained, and that complaint was later filed with the U.S. Embassy.
Agents were sent ahead to put the president’s security in place for the Summit of the Americas.
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