Accuracy in Media

An investigative report highlighted problems within federal agents, especially the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), when visiting Colombia and other places where prostitution is a large part of the local economy. As Fox News reported:

“The findings of the four-year review, issued Thursday by the Department of Justice inspector general, found 26 cases involving the solicitation of prostitutes abroad – with the DEA is mentioned in 19 of them – and, while report does not identify the country where the alleged sex parties occurred, it does mention the existence of designated “tolerance zones” where prostitution is allowed and which are a fixture of several cities in Colombia.”





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