Three Secret Service agents booted after prostitution scandal

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Three Secret Service members, two of them supervisors, are leaving the agency to make way for the investigation into whether their shenanigans involving Columbian prostitutes caused a security breach, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Meanwhile, a joint effort in the house has requested that Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan provide members of congress with "a complete description and account" of anyone involved or who knew about misconduct by agents and officers on the night agents allegedly brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms, the Christian Science Monitor reported.

Eight other secret service personnel have also been placed on administrative leave, the Seattle Times reported.

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