`No security breached in Colombian prostitution scandal`
Secret Service director Mark Sullivan said the agents were to get security briefing hours after the night they were with prostitutes.
Washington: The Colombian prostitution scandal involving US Secret Service agents did not result in any security breach, Secret Service director Mark Sullivan has claimed.
Sullivan told a Senate Committee that his investigation into the scandal found that implicated Secret Service agents had not received any information about President Barack Obama`s security at the time their misconduct was exposed.
He said the agents were to get security briefing hours after the night they had partied and were with prostitutes, Fox News reports.
Sullivan said the agents did not have any sensitive security documents, firearms, or any other equipment in their hotel rooms during the night in question.
Sullivan was briefing the US Senate`s Homeland Security Committee.