. 2 Men Posing as Federal Agents Duped Secret Service, U.S. Says « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NY TIMES – Two men masquerading as Department of Homeland Security officers in Washington duped several members of the Secret Service, providing them with tens of thousands of dollars in gifts, including rent-free apartments, federal prosecutors said. One of the men told several people that he had connections to Pakistan’s main intelligence agency, prosecutors said in federal court on Thursday. Four members of the Secret Service, the agency charged with protecting the president and the president’s family, have been placed on administrative leave while the case is being investigated, according to an affidavit filed in federal court in the District of Columbia.

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