May 22nd, 2012
01:39 PM ET

Front Lines: DEA prostitution scandal

A congressional source has confirmed to CNN that three drug enforcement administration agents are under investigation for hiring prostitutes in Cartgena, Colombia.

The information came from the secret service which is of course doing its own investigation in to why several of its agents hired prostitutes in the Colombian city during a presidential trip.

The incident with the DEA agents occurred at the same time as the one involving the secret service but is actually a separate incident.
The agents have been removed from the country.

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