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Thursday, April 09, 2015

Secret Service supervisor placed on leave after allegations of assault, unwanted sexual advances

WASHINGTON (AP/WJLA) - The Secret Service has placed a high-ranking supervisor on administrative leave and suspended the supervisor's security clearance after what it calls "allegations of misconduct and potential criminal activity."

Spokesman Brian Leary says the incident was first reported to the agency's Office of Professional Responsibility on April 2, after which inspectors conducted corroborative interviews. Director Joseph Clancy was informed the same day, and the employee was placed on leave.

Leary says the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general is now investigating the incident.



Anonymous said...

Oh please liberal.

Anonymous said...

It's just one big party for federal employees.

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Anonymous said...

Since Obama has been in the WH everything has become a complete disgrace including the presidency.