Bag’s Take-Away:
Typically innocuous and invisible U.S. Secret Service agents in Cartagena, Colombia return to looking innocuous and invisible after drawing unprecedented attention to themselves earlier in the week in a prostitution scandal which resulted in several agents being relieved of duty and sent home.
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(credit: AP Photo caption: U.S. secret service agents walk around the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, prior to the opening ceremony of the 6th Summit of the Americas at the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, Saturday, April 14, 2012. Last Thursday, a dozen secret service agents sent to provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama, were relieved from duty and replaced with other agency personnel after an incident of alleged misconduct. )
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Typically innocuous and invisible U.S. Secret Service agents in Cartagena, Colombia return to looking innocuous and invisible after drawing unprecedented attention to themselves earlier in the week in a prostitution scandal which resulted in several agents being relieved of duty and sent home.

via DayLife

(credit: AP Photo caption: U.S. secret service agents walk around the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, prior to the opening ceremony of the 6th Summit of the Americas at the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, Saturday, April 14, 2012. Last Thursday, a dozen secret service agents sent to provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama, were relieved from duty and replaced with other agency personnel after an incident of alleged misconduct. )

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