Another Secret Service scandal: Agents tried to enter home of Obama critic using fake warrant

Michael Dorstewitz
Liberty Unyielding

In yet another example of misconduct within the Secret Service, police in Nashville, Tenn., disclosed that several of its agents attempted to use a fake warrant in an attempt to gain entry into the private residence of one of President Obama’s critics.

What’s more troubling is that top agency officials in Washington seemed uninterested when Nashville Police Chief Steve Anderson complained to them of the incident, according to local News Channel 5.

Although the event occurred in January, 2013, it only came to light Tuesday when a letter Anderson sent last week to several lawmakers seated on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee detailing the occurrence was made public.

“There’s already a lot of fodder to attack the Secret Service with, and this will be more,” Rep. Jim Cooper (D-Tenn.), one of the letter’s recipients told the station.

That committee, chaired by Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), is investigating misconduct and negligence within the Secret Service. The agency’s former director, Julia Pierson, was forced to resign the day after she was intensely questioned by the committee’s members…



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