Monday, April 23, 2012

Federale: SS Hookergate More Like Hypegate


Colombia's unhappy hooker, Dania Suarez: $250 or $800? That is the question. [Photo, courtesy of the Daily News.]

By Nicholas Stix

Well, now I don’t know who to believe. I just posted an interview with Newsmax’ Ronald Kessler, suggesting that the Colombian working girls are actually underaged girls. Kessler didn’t provide any basis for his insinuation, but I’m sure he wouldn’t hype a non-story, just to sell books. That would be shocking!

So far, we have only seen the Unhappy Hooker, Dania Suarez, and she is certainly not under age.

Comes now Federale, who doubts there was any SS Hookergate, except in the virtual World of Hype. He thinks Unhappy tried to scam a tourist by hyping her price from $250 to $800, after the fact. I’m so confused! This story seems to be as fake as Dania Suarez’ …, er, … price.

Dania Suarez defeats the laws of cleavage and gravity!

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Case Against Secret Service Agents Falling Apart
By Federale
Friday, April 20, 2012

Well, contrary to reports, no one has been fired yet concerning the incident in Columbia. But it does appear the agents and officers are getting the Zimmerman treatment.

Yahoo News/Reuters April 19, 2012

Secret Service Agents Lawyer: "Trial By Mob" Wrong

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The attorney for some of the Secret Service agents under investigation in a scandal involving prostitutes in Colombia ahead of President Barack Obama's trip, said on Thursday a "trial by mob" was wrong.
Lawrence Berger's comments to Reuters in a telephone interview came after the Washington Post identified the two supervisors involved as David Randall Chaney, 48, in the international programs division, who was allowed to retire, and Greg Stokes, assistant special agent in charge of the K9 division, who has been notified that he will be fired.

Berger, general counsel for the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, represents Chaney and Stokes, and took issue with news reports describing the three of the 11 agents who are leaving as being forced out.

[Read the whole thing.

Previously, at WEJB/NSU, on the SS Unhappy Hookergate scandal:

“The Secret Service Unhappy Hooker Scandal, and AOL’s Diversion Tactic”;

“To Cheat a Working Girl: The Secret Service Unhappy Hooker Scandal (with Expert Analysis!)”; and

“Ronald Kessler: Unhappy Hookergate SS Prostitutes May Be Underaged Girls.”]

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