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Secret Service Head Grilled on White House Breach

Facing blistering criticism from Congress, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson said Tuesday she takes full responsibility for the breach of White House security in which a man with a knife entered the mansion and ran through half the ground floor before being subdued. More Here.

September 30, 2014

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Charles @ 9/30/2014 5:32 PM

Julia Pierson=Incompetent+Token Position!

John Holmes @ 9/30/2014 7:08 PM

Pretty sad that your website plays commercial video ads without interruption but the main video fails to load properly.

PS, thanks for wasting my time and bandwidth. Ill go elsewhere, as your website has lost credibility in the police new world!

plato's playdough @ 10/3/2014 3:00 AM

It would appear that no one was in imminent physical danger, since the half inch blade was found inside his right front pants pocket after he had been restrained, and the 2 hatchets and 1 machete were still in his car, along with the hundreds of rounds of ammunition, yet no firearm. Senior Gonzales is reported to be an Iraq War Veteran.

I hesitate to speculate on the sheer odds of his point of entry being actually accessible at the very moment of his attempt. I would presume it unlikely that the White House customarily leaves doors open at predictable times. Talk about staying positive.

That "Head Grilled" Title seems inappropriate somehow, though.

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