Sheila O'Grady - Procured PKI Bugging Devices - Converted Chicago Matress Factory - Pedophile Guests - SOS Children’s Villages of Illinois
“aldeas infantiles sos Colombia”
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“[Spoliation inference that Obama’s former SS bodyguard Paul Reid would or should have known that SOS Children and their ‘Mothers’ and ‘Aunties’ could be procured by Obama’s friend Sheila O’Grady for the purposes of pedophile entrapment] SOS Children's Villages Expands Its Presence in Colombia December 7, 2011: The November 18 opening of the seventh SOS Children’s Village in Cartagena, Colombia gives SOS a presence in a city where 40 percent of the populations lives below the poverty line. Cartagena de Indias is widely known as a lovely, historic Caribbean city on Colombia’s northern coast that is a tourist destination. Although it is one of Colombia’s safest cities, many of Cartagena’s residents face extreme poverty. Life is especially challenging for the 40,000 internally displaced people living in the southern parts of the city. These residents, victims of the ongoing conflict among Colombia’s army, paramilitary, and guerilla forces, have inadequate access to health care and quality education. Within this unfortunate group, 40 percent are children under age 14. Many of them lack protection against violence, abuse, and exploitation.”
“http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/323458 Prostitutes in Secret Service sex scandal may have been underage By John Thomas Didymus Apr 22, 2012 - Colombian officials have questioned employees of the hotel and the taxi driver who drove the woman home for evidence. U.S. agents and military personnel involved in the scandal could face criminal charges if it is proven they had sex with underage Colombian girls. Republican chairman of the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee Darrell Issa, said in response to questions whether any of the girls was underage that he was not certain. He said: "In the case of the 11 agents, the primary determination is you can’t determine to charge or not charge somebody until you know whether a crime is committed. Under U.S. law, if any of these women are under 18—I can tell you we do not know and Director Sullivan does not have actual contact/picture matched up to verify that as far as I know. When he does, I would expect a call, because that would be a relief to many of us to not have on top of everything else." Issa explained that it was a crime for U.S. citizens to have sex with minors abroad [but Illinois SOS Children’s Villages is structured to entrap and extort them for doing exactly that], but the said there were yet no indications that any of the men did. He said: "U.S. laws passed in 2003 and 2006 were designed to prevent sex vacations causing harm to underage women. We have to respect some things, but going internationally anywhere to have sex acts underage is prohibited under U.S. law." .. Daily Mail reports the allegation that the Colombian prostitutes might be underage comes as Republican Senator Charles Grassley called for investigations to be extended to presidential staff who were in Colombia preparing for the president's arrival. Grassley called for investigators to check hotel records for White House advance staff and communications personnel who were in Cartagena for the summit [arranged by Paul Reid, former Michelle Obama lesbian bodyguard]. In a letter to the Director of Secret Service Mark Sullivan, Grassley inquired whether hotel records for the White House staff were part of the investigations. According to Daily Mail, Grassley queried: "Have records for overnight guests for those entities been pulled as part of the investigation? If not, why not?"
“http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2133335/Secret-Service-scandal-Rising-star-Paula-Reid-busted-agents-used-prostitutes.html Revealed: The tough Secret Service career woman who busted twelve of her fellow agents in Colombian prostitute scandal Agents were investigated by 46-year-old Paula Reid, head of Miami office Six Secret Service agents quit the force over scandal Obama personally briefed on state of the investigation Colombian prostitute at the heart of affair has gone into hiding and 'fears retaliation by U.S. government' By DAILY MAIL REPORTER PUBLISHED: 23:11 GMT, 21 April 2012 | UPDATED: 13:09 GMT, 22 April 2012 The female Secret Service officer responsible for disciplining 11 agents caught in a fight with Colombian prostitutes has been revealed as one of the agency's rising stars. Paula Reid, 46, recently became the Secret Service's South American chief after 21 years on the force. Her crucial role in uncovering the scandal came to light as a senior congressman predicted that nearly all the agents implicated in the embarrassing incident would have to leave their jobs. .. Ms Reid, who is head of the agency's Miami office, told the Post: 'Despite this current challenge facing the Secret Service, my job is to keep Miami personnel focused on our core protective and investigative missions.' She grew up in Maryland, and has served in the White House as well as Miami since joining the Secret Service in 1990. A decade ago, she joined a controversial class-action lawsuit alleging that African-Americans like her were discriminated against by the agency and given less prominent jobs. In an interview several years ago, she stood up for the ability of women to serve as bodyguards, saying: 'Women would not be remotely considered if we couldn’t do it physically - and we can.' On Saturday, the chair of the committee which oversees the Secret Service said he thought most of the agents accused of misconduct would eventually leave the force.” .. Reid has never married, but describes herself as very close to her siblings, including her twin sister, and her family, most of whom live in the Maryland suburbs. … Tall and lean, she is regularly seen at the gym at 5:30 in the morning and at her desk by 7 a.m. She is always serious when on the job, the former agent said. But Reid's time in the agency hasn't been rosy throughout. Ten years after entering the service at the bottom rung, she joined as a plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit that claimed the agency engaged in racial discrimination against black personnel. She provided a declaration giving examples of ways black agents were relegated to lesser assignments. She eventually withdrew from the case. Whatever the challenges, Reid has earned a steady stream of promotions, including being made the deputy special agent in charge of the Presidential Protective Division, overseeing the White House complex. That included responsibility for overseeing protection for the East Wing, coordinating events and regular [physical?] contact with First Lady Michelle Obama and her family. Reid's most recent promotion, this year, was to the highly coveted position of top boss of the Miami office, a division of more than 150 employees that rivals the Los Angeles and New York offices in prestige among national bureaus. This month, Reid headed to Cartagena to serve as liaison between the agents and officers [and set up the SOS pedophile trap] ahead of the president's visit, Secret Service officials said. Some said they could have predicted this is how she would have performed. "She's the ultimate boss for that whole region," one agent said. "You did it in her house, so you better know she's going to come down hard."
“The Secret Service is moving quickly to quell the scandal that erupted late last week, when at least some of 11 agency employees implicated in the incident brought prostitutes back to their hotel in Cartagena, Colombia, where they were setting up security for a visit by President Barack Obama. So far, three people involved have lost their jobs. The service said Wednesday that one supervisor was allowed to retire, and another will be fired for cause. A third employee, who was not a supervisor, has resigned. The two supervisors are in the agency’s uniformed division; one is a sergeant, according to a person familiar with Secret Service operations and refused to be identified because he was not authorized to discuss the matter. The team under investigation includes members of the agency’s “jump teams,” which are sent to sites ahead of the president’s arrival to set up security. Others involved are on counter-assault and counter-sniper teams. The majority of those involved are believed to be based in the Washington area. Eight other Secret Service employees remain on administrative leave and have had their top-secret [Federal Bridge] clearance revoked. Sullivan has offered the agents under investigation the opportunity to take a polygraph test, though the agents can refuse. The scandal also involved about 10 military service members and as many as 20 women.”
Given the FBI’s lack of response to recent death threats, Presidential Field McConnell is asking for protection by Secret Service agents sworn to uphold the Constitution, while he investigates Obama’s bodyguards and SOS associates in re the Cartagena pedophile trap.