Secret Service scandal grows

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The scandal surrounding the secret service agents grew as three more agents were discovered cavorting with prostitutes while in Colombia.

ABC News reported that now six agents have been forced out of the service with five more agents still under investigation.

The scandal happened prior to a Summit of the Americas meeting President Obama was set to attend.

NPR announced that members of the U.S. military were also involved and are now on administrative leave. Ronald Kessler or Newsmax.com took part in the discussion on NPR and commented that "Each one of them [the Marines], if blackmailed by one of these prostitutes, could have provided access to a terrorist, for example, to do an assassination."

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