A report alleges the State Department nixed several internal probes into possible sexual assault, prostitution and drugs.
State Department brass quashed several internal probes into possible sexual assaults, prostitution solicitation and drug dealing by diplomatic personnel overseas, according to a bombshell broadcast report today.
Internal memos by the department’s internal watchdog, the Inspector General, showed there were open investigations last year of several state employees – including an ambassador suspected of trolling a park for prostitutes — that simply went away, allegedly because of pressure from high-ranking State Department officials, CBS News reported.
Memos showed that probes included allegations of:
– An ambassador who “routinely ditched his protective security detail … to solicit sexual favors from … prostitutes” in parks.
– The security detail of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had “engaged prostitutes while on official trips in foreign countries” in a practice that is “endemic.”
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