Six Secret Service agents face disciplinary action over White House security breach which allowed intruder to jump the fence of Trump’s home

Friday, March 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

Six special agent and uniformed Secret Service officers face discipline
Secret Service admitted there were ‘lapses in security protocols on March 10
Jonathan Tuan-Anh Tran, 26, scaled White House fence with two cans of mace
CCTV footage shows Tran ‘lingering’ on White House grounds for 17 minutes
President Donald Trump was inside the White House at the time of the breach

24 March 2017

At least six Secret Service employees are facing discipline over a security breach with saw a man jump the White House fence, linger on the ground for 17 minutes and peer into windows as alarms were blaring on March 10.

The employees facing discipline include special agents and officers from the uniformed division, none of whom are currently on administrative leave.

Secret Service’s Office of Professional Responsibility is expected to recommend specific discipline for each individual within the next two weeks, the source told CNN.

The agency’s Office of Integrity will make final judgement on what discipline the employees will face.

The Secret Service previously admitted there were ‘lapses in security protocols’ when Jonathan Tuan-Anh Tran, 26, climbed the fence, saying it was ‘extremely disappointed in how the events of March 10 transpired’.

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