The Head of the US Secret Service admitted his service error

Secret Service Director may be replaced from his position

In brief: Still nobody knows why the established procedure of security has not been followed that night and how two uninvited persons have had an unforgetable excursion to the White House

The Director of the White House Secret Service Mark Sullivan admitted his fault in allowing two outsiders into the US President residency during a state dinner last week. Acting so carelessly he had imperiled the Persident Barack Obama.

Sullivan’s big mistake was discussed yesterday in a Capitol Hill hearing. Sullivan tried to explain the reason of such fault by arguing that protocols allegedly had not complied. But it wasn’t considered proper explanation and the House Homeland Security Committee was relentless.

As a resault three agents of the Secret Service had been sent to administrative leave.

But still nobody knows why the established procedure of security has not been followed that night and how two uninvited persons have had an unforgetable excursion to the White House.

Maria Velikanova
2009-12-04 10:36, Society.

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