Released after a scandal several agents of the security of Obama

El servicio secreto de EE UU ha relevado a varios agentes que debían custodiar al presidente Barack Obama en la cumbre de las Américas que se celebra en la localidad colombiana de Cartagena de Indias y que están acusados de "conducta inapropiada", según ha anunciado un portavoz. Los hechos de los que están acusados sucedieron antes de la llegada este viernes del presidente. Los agentes ya han sido sustituidos y, según Washington, el incidente no afecta al plan de seguridad desplegado en la ciudad con motivo de la cumbre. The Washington Post asegura que se trata de un escándalo de prostitución.

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