Monday, April 16, 2012

Secret Service, GSA in trouble

Not a good weekend for the government.

Prostitution in Colombia for the Secret Service...  The cover of the NY Post is pretty funny:

And Jeff Neely of the GSA is going to plead the Fifth today over a conference in Vegas that cost $822,000:

On Thursday, House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) served a subpoena to require Jeff Neely to appear before the committee, according to Democratic committee documents obtained by POLITICO. Neely’s attorney on Friday informed the committee Neely will exercise his right against self-incrimination and requested not to attend the hearing.

What happens in Vegas (and in Colombia) apparently does not stay in Vegas.


Anonymous said...

Of all the agencies we deal with - I have found the secret service to be the most professional and credible.

It is a shame these guys tarnished the agency in this way.

Can you just imagine what those DEA/ATF jerkoffs are up to down there?

Anonymous said...

little lanny breur always used that quote. now you speak like a prosecutor???

Anonymous said...

I say Bravo to this scandal. For years the gvt has bashed Colombia for the flow of drugs into this country. Puh-leese talk to the junkies who consume all the coke. I say this what goes around comes around. I'm sure South America is laughing their asses off at this scandal. What an embarrassment.