DEA agents had ‘sex parties’ with foreign drug cartel on YOUR dime, DOJ reports

A disturbing report released by the Justice Department Thursday revealed nefarious behavior involving drugs and prostitutes had been taking place among agents in the Drug Enforcement Administration.

The DOJ investigation discovered 10 DEA agents stationed in Colombia took part in sex parties with prostitutes who were supplied by local drug cartels.

To make matters worse, three of the special agents were reportedly of a “supervisory level,” USA Today reported.

“Most of the sex parties occurred in government-leased quarters where agents’ laptops, Blackberry devices and other government issued equipment were present … potentially exposing them to extortion, blackmail or coercion,” the report said.

DEA agents involved in the scandal reportedly entrusted their temporary “security” to Colombian police officers who stood watch while the sex parties took place and protected the agents’ firearms and belongings.

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Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, described the findings as “truly stunning.”

“Let there be no mistake, this is a national security threat,” Chaffetz said in a written statement.

“We need to hold them accountable, and given the clear evidence in the OIG report, they should be fired immediately,” he said.

Michael Dixon, the DEA’s acting chief inspector said in a letter to the inspector general, that the report focused on just “3% of the cases” and the agency could have more “thorough,” according to USA Today.

Dixon cited an inner-agency memorandum distributed in October meant to address misconduct and accountability.

“DEA believes this memorandum ensures that supervisors and managers, as well as employees are aware of their responsibilities concerning misconduct and that appropriate measures through the disciplinary process will be taken once a report of misconduct is received,” Dixon maintained.

It wasn’t disclosed if the three DEA supervisors found in Thursday’s report to have been “provided money, expensive gifts and weapons from drug cartel members,” ever got a copy of the “memo” Dixon cited.

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