US revokes clearance of 11 agents in Colombia incident

By REUTERS
April 17, 2012 00:05

 
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WASHINGTON - The US Secret Service revoked the top security clearance of 11 agents and uniformed division personnel under investigation for an incident allegedly involving prostitutes in Colombia before the US president's visit, an agency spokesman said Monday.

"Pending investigation, their top secret clearance has been revoked," George Ogilvie, a Secret Service spokesman, said.

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