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DEA Agents Had Cartel ‘Sex Parties’ With Prostitutes While Working In Colombia

dea sex parties columbiaMarijuana activists have been saying for decades that the DEA needs to be de-funded. The agency has caused so much misery and ruined so many lives in the name of the drug war. The money that goes to fund their failed war on drugs could be going to schools, roads, or just about anything else. A story broke yesterday which highlighted just how out of control DEA agents can be. Per Politico:

Agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration reportedly had “sex parties” with prostitutes hired by drug cartels in Colombia, according to a new inspector general report released by the Justice Department on Thursday.

In addition, Colombian police officers allegedly provided “protection for the DEA agents’ weapons and property during the parties,” the report states. Ten DEA agents later admitted attending the parties, and some of the agents received suspensions of two to 10 days.

The stunning allegations are part of an investigation by the Justice Department’s inspector general into claims of sexual harassment and misconduct within DEA; FBI; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and the U.S. Marshals Service. The IG’s office found that DEA did not fully cooperate with its probe.

‘Some of the agents received suspensions of two to 10 days.’ Some? So not all of them were suspended? And those that were, were only suspended for 2 to 10 days? This is your tax money at work America. As many people have said on social media, if this isn’t enough to get meaningful change in our federal government’s law enforcement system, what will? The infractions occurred between 2005 and 2008.

  • Aaron Mason

    Stop wasting our tax dollars and police time on this, it’s stupid. Everyone knows that prohibition is the only thing dangerous about marijuana. If you support prohibition, then you support the cartels. It’s that simple!

    • HellNo

      Yeah, the cartels didn’t even exist in 1973 when Nixon started the DEA. Now the DEA has a budget of over 2 billion a year, and the cartels are expanding into the U.S.

  • HellNo

    The longer the war on drugs continues, the more corrupt the criminal justice system becomes.
    We don’t need federal drug cops, and we need better local cops.
    Disband the DEA and end the war on our civil liberties.

  • ĐΣFΣCŦΣĐ

    So they party with drug dealers and kill Americans.

  • stellarvoyager

    Wow, the DEA is literally — yes, literally — in bed with the drug cartels, as this article points out. This parasite of an agency can no longer justify its continued existence. They have merely become the political lobbying and enforcement arm of the drug cartels. It’s like having a branch of the government that colludes with and provides cover for ISIS.

  • Smokealot

    Government cover ups coming out, what else is new. DEA been doing for yrs, just barely got caught, SURPRISED!!! Not me.. The forgot to payoff right person, so they got caught.

  • stellarvoyager

    “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War
    against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and
    Comfort.” — United States Constitution.

    If the DEA has not been giving aid and comfort to enemies of the United States, and also levying war against the people of the United States, then I don’t know what counts as treason.

  • Cleanslate

    Not surprising since the DEA is a creature of the criminal Richard Nixon. They and the drug cartels are the primary beneficiaries of the war on drugs — two sides of the same coin really. Opponents begin to take on the nature of their enemies during a war, becoming mirror images of each other.

  • Sinclair

    Marijuana is illegal but sex slavery is ok

  • khh

    I would have expected better of Colombian prostitutes than to cavort with such low-life whores.

  • AntiIgnorant

    How long are we going to allow these criminals (DEA) to continue their terrorism domestically and abroad? Defund this morally bankrupt and intrinsically corrupt agency.

  • Cyndysub

    “suspensions of two to 10 days” SSDD

  • Silly Rabbit

    So let’s see …..

    They pay for my party favors and then I get time off to rest, nice!

  • David Reed

    I feel that law enforcement personnel should be held to higher standards let see life in prison sounds good to me. I am sure that the people who have spent time in prison from the DEA’s war against us would agree.

  • rio

    They didn’t cooperate .YOURE KIDDING