Posted in 14 (Temperance), 19 (The Sun), 31 (Five of Wands), 41 (Ace of Cups), 43 (Three of Cups), 47 (Seven of Cups), 8 (Strength), 82, agent, Dania, Dania Londoño Suarez, Dania Suarez, David Chaney, David Randall Chaney, Greg Stokes, Mark J.Sullivan, numerology, path of destiny / how you learn what you are here to learn (sum of all of the letters), Pley Club, primary challenge (first and last initials), primary need (sum of the initials), ruler of ages 0 to 27 (sum of the first three letters of the name and the month of birth), ruler of ages 18 to 27 (sum of the third letter of the name and the month of birth), salvation/undoing number (second from the last and the last initials), Secret Service, supervisor, true character (first and second initials), tagged Barack Obama, Cartagena, Cartagena Colombia, Colombia, Martin Dempsey, New York Times, Obama, President, Secret Service, United States, United States Secret Service, Washington DC on April 20, 2012| Leave a Comment » EST 19 April 2012 The bikini-clad working girl at the centre of the Secret Service prostitution scandal has been revealed as the first sexy snaps of the Colombian single mom have been splashed on a social network site.‘These are the first steps,’ said Representative Pete King, R-New York, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, which oversees the Secret Service.King said the agency’s director, Mark Sullivan, took employment action against ‘the three people he believes the case was clearest against.’ But King warned: ‘It’s certainly not over.’ News that 11 Secret Service agents had been sent home after ‘nearly all of them’ were caught with prostitutes all but overshadowed President Barack Obama’s trip to Colombia this weekend.The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is still under way.Secret Service’s Office of Professional Responsibility, which handles that agency’s internal affairs, is investigating, and the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general also has been notified. Southern Command, which organized the military team assigned to support the Secret Service’s mission in Cartagena, said Wednesday that an Air Force colonel is leading the military investigation and arrived in Colombia with a military lawyer Tuesday morning.Sullivan, who this week has briefed lawmakers behind closed doors, said he has referred to the case to an independent government investigator. The troops are suspected of violating curfews set by their commanders. ‘They were either not in their room or they showed up to their room late while all this was going on or they were in their room with somebody who shouldn’t be there,’ Malcom said. her salvation/undoing number = LS = 31 = Controversy.
‘I believe the right corrective action will be taken there and obviously everyone is very, very disappointed,’ Romney said.
In the first casualties claimed in wake of the incident, the Secret Service announced today three agents are leaving the service, even as separate U. In a statement, it said one supervisor was allowed to retire and another will be fired for cause.
A third employee, who was not a supervisor, has resigned.
King said Sullivan had to follow collective bargaining rules but was ‘moving as quickly as he can. King said he has assigned four congressional investigators to the probe.
Once he feels the facts are clear, he’s going to move.’ In Washington and Colombia, separate U. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, led by Rep.