Report: DEA Agents Visited Prostitutes Paid by Drug Cartels

April 2015
New American (08856540);4/20/2015, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p7
The article reports on the report released by the U.S. Justice Department's inspector general on March 26, 2015 which revealed that Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) were allegedly had sexual encounters with prostitutes hired by drug cartels in Latin American countries, particularly Colombia.


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