Two Secret Service Agents Ousted Over Scandal
April 19, 2012
Two U.S. Secret Service agents have been ousted for allegedly hiring prostitutes in Columbia and a third has resigned.
Supervisor David Chaney was allowed to retire and supervisor Greg Stokes was "removed with cause." Stokes has the option to appeal the decision within 30 days. He was recently listed on the internet as the supervisor of the Canine Training Section of the Secret Service.
A third agent resigned in the wake of the scandal, reports CBS News.
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