More Secret Service employees could leave the agency Friday because of a prostitute scandal, said House Homeland Security Chairman Rep. Peter King.
King's, R-New York, comments come as the identities of two Secret Service supervisors who have lost their jobs were revealed and the controversial public Facebook pages of one of them has surfaced.
The Secret Service supervisors who have lost their jobs because of the scandal during a recent trip to Colombia were identified as David Chaney and Greg Stokes, a source familiar with the investigation told CNN National Security Contributor Fran Townsend on Thursday.
Chaney, a son of a Secret Service agent, has been employed with the U.S. Secret Service since 1987, according to his posting on Reunion.com. That message notes that he is married, has an adopted son and his assignments include a stint protecting former Vice President Dick Cheney.FULL STORY