The Associated Press has a prostitution problem and is petitioning the commander of the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department’s Third District to remedy it, according to an internal memo obtained by reporter Jim Romenesko.
The commander of the U.S. Northern Command this week directed all military personnel assigned to security duties at the NATO summit in Chicago to refrain from soliciting prostitutes or drinking alcoholic beverages, according to a copy of the orders.
The Secret Service has terminated three agents in the wake of the Colombian prostitution scandal that has rocked the Obama administration—the second scandal to strike the federal government in as many weeks.
Disgraced presidential candidate John Edwards’ campaign bedroom shenanigans involved more than his love child’s mother, Rielle Hunter. He also stopped into a high-end brothel in Manhattan, while on a fundraising trip to the city in 2007.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said that Sen. Jim Inhofe (R., Okla.) is a “call girl” for oil companies because he has asked the Obama administration to answer questions about its fuel and air pollution policies.
The Tennessean reports that Councilman Brady Banks “met the undercover officer in a hotel room after responding to an escort service ad posted by the police department on the Internet,” according to a police news release.