The scandal involving Secret Service Agents accused of doing business with prostitutes continues to grow. The agents under investigation have lost their clearance as a result.
FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson reports:
The eleven Secret Service personnel linked to the scandal on Colombia have, for now, lost their 'Top Secret' clearance. And they're all banned from entering any Secret Service facility while the case is being investigated.
As for the 'who' involved: FOX has confirmed that two supervisors and three memebers of the exclusive 'CAT', the Counter Assault Team, are among those under suspension.
And as for the military personnel allegedly involved: The Defense Department originally said there were five. Now, it says there could be at least ten.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.
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