The Secret Service announced tonight that it has fired three more of the agents involved in the now infamous prostitution scandal. Two of the agents are technically resigning, but a third is appealing his removal—boy, that takes some serious bravado. Two other agents have been cleared of wrongdoing, but will nevertheless face some kind of "administrative action." Nine agents have now been taken out of service, and tonight's actions mean all 12 agents involved in the scandal have been dealt with. Though Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, says the investigation will continue.
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