WASHINGTON, United States (U.S.) – U.S. Secret Service chief apologized Wednesday after a scandal sex in Colombia who tarnish the image of an elite security force that when more and more allegations of misconduct arose.Members of the Secret Service charged with subscribing to prostitute before U.S. President Barack Obama attended the Summit on America in Cartagena, Colombia. As a result, more than 24 members of the military and Secret Service agents assigned to provide security ahead of Obama’s visit had been deported. While nine more agents leave the agencies involved. “I am very disappointed and apologize for the misconduct of members. We have no excuse for this act. What can I tell is that we act quickly,” said Mark Sullivan ( pictures ) to the U.S. Senate in his first public appearance since the scandal broke.
Meanwhile, four members of the Secret Service decided to challenge their dismissal claims to have made a scapegoat for behavior that was previously not taken by the agency’s story.