Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Were Hookers in Cartagena Colombia "Servicing" US Secret Service Agents Linked to FARC Terrorist Group?

April 11, 2012, PRIOR TO PRES. BARACK OBAMA'S VISIT...Thousands of Colombian troops, backed by robots searching for explosives, will sweep Cartagena in a reminder that drug-funded FARC rebels plotted assassination attempts against two U.S. presidents, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, during past visits to the country.

US Secret Service Agents Boasted About Their Work for Pres. Barack Obama to Prostitutes, Was Obama Going to be Assassinated?  Just how stupid are these "Agents", are they clueless as to how FARC Rebels run Cartagena, the drug trade, prostitutes and local assassinations.

In another apparent security breach, Secret Service agents in Colombia bragged to prostitutes that they were in charge of protecting President Obama, sources tell ABC News. As they partied at the Pley sex club, members of the president’s advance team allegedly boasted: “We work for Obama,” and “we’re here to protect him," the network reports.

The agents also had schedules of the president's itinerary in their rooms, MSNBC reported, when they invited as many as 21 prostitutes back to their hotel (some agents are now saying they didn't know they were sex workers). The female strangers (Hookers) did have access to information about the president's whereabouts and security protocols.

FARC Rebels own Cartagena Columbia, nothing in Cartagena Columbia goes down without FARC Rebels behind the scene, drugs, prostitution, kidnapping, FARC Rebels own it.  FARC Rebels want US President Barack Obama dead, of all the places Obama shows up,  Cartagena Columbia ranks right up there with Kabul Afghanistan as most hostile to US President Barack Obama.

Attacks by the FARC have been the bread of the daily newscasts. The states of Valle del Cauca and Antioquia have been the scene of the greatest number of incidents. Of particular concern were the assaults along the main highway uniting Medellin to Cartagena and the Caribbean coast.  In February 2012, the Colombian military stated that they have has greatly weakened the FARC rebels over the past decade thanks to new government resolve and $5 billion in U.S. counterinsurgency aid from Pres. Barack Obama, can you say dead man walking in Cartagena Columbia if FARC has their way.

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at