US Secret Service agents 'misbehaved in 17 countries'

Secret ServiceAgents and supervisors of the US Secret Service have engaged in misconduct in 17 countries in recent years, The Washington Post reported Friday. It quoted accounts given by whistleblowers to a Senate committee that oversees the Secret Service. These accounts contradict assertions by Secret Service leaders that the agency does not tolerate sexually improper behavior, Senator Ronald Johnson, the top Republican on a Homeland Security subcommittee, said Thursday, the Post reported. The paper reported this week that two members of President Barack Obama’s security detail were removed from that job after allegedly sending sexually explicit emails to a female subordinate.

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