David Randall Chaney, Greg Stokes identified by Washington Post as ousted Secret Service agents

The Washington Post has identified two Secret Service supervisors who were ousted from the agency on Wednesday for their involvement in the Colombian prostitution scandal.

David Randall Chaney and Greg Stokes have both worked at the Secret Service for nearly two decades and are based in Washington, the paper reports. It says they went on the trip to Colombia to supervise younger, less experienced agents.

The Secret Service announced on Wednesday that three of its personnel connected to the scandal are leaving the agency.

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