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This week, the Secret Service delivered an update on its investigation to King and other Capitol Hill lawmakers. The agency has chosen to dismiss nine of the 12 employees implicated in the misconduct, while clearing three of serious misbehavior. King said he will ask Director Mark Sullivan for additional information in light of Suarez’s interview and because the agency has now informed him that one of the Secret Service personnel failed a polygraph test. Earlier this week, the agency had said none of the nine employees who had agreed to take the lie detector test had failed.

I regret that my sentence only raised one aspect of Gladstone’s zealous project, and that I mistakenly added the phrase about “condescending Christian lectures” to my memory of Sir Philip Magnus’s account in Gladstone . But Mr. West raises a broader question when he implies that good works must be motivated simply by the good results they produced. Evidently it would demean Gladstone in Mr. West’s eyes to admit the likelihood that fantasy-satisfactions were involved in his behavior. Yet Magnus, in full command of Mr. West’s facts, says of Gladstone: “The work on which he was engaged touched a very deep chord in his nature. He had schooled himself early in life to sublimate absolutely the tensions which seethed inside him. His rescue work was an important aspect of that process of sublimation.” Gladstone’s hostel system did not require the conspicuous heroics which he was unable to renounce even after promising to do so. There is a compulsive quality here that cannot be buried under a pile of incidental facts (as Mr. West attempts in his peculiar discussion of Gladstone’s tree-chopping). I grant that my explanation may be wrong, but explanation is not obviated by pedantic detail. And I might add that the interest of Steven Marcus’s book lies precisely in his willingness to consider individual and culturally shared fantasies an important part of the historical record.

In the face of budget pressure, hiring challenges and some high-profile lapses in its protective service role in 2014, the Brookings Institution and some members of Congress are asking whether the agency's focus should shift more to the protective mission, leaving more of its original mission to other agencies. [11] [12]

HOUSTON - Business owners are fed up with who they call “aggressive prostitutes” attacking and threatening people along Bissonnet near the Southwest Freeway. Victims want police to do more.
Along Bissonnet near . 59, people working see women waving down cars, leaning into windows and hopping in vehicles with strangers every day, they said. 
“I had a hooker bang on my window trying to proposition me when I had my 13-year-old boy in the car,” said a business owner who did not want to be identified.
KHOU 11 News also met others who claim they were threatened by aggressive prostitutes. One man recorded cell phone video of a confrontation in which he was stunned by a taser.
“I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a customer come in here and say hey you’ve got a used condom outside where I got out of my car,” a business owner said.
He and co-workers said they filed two police reports and call HPD often about what goes on in their parking lot.
“It’s illegal to sell yourself in the sex trade,” the business owner said.  “But you call the police, they come up. They park on the stree. They talk to the hookers. The hookers come and gather around the officer’s window. They stand there and talk for about 15 or 20 minutes. Then he drives off and they are back out selling their services again. We have females that work here they’re afraid. They shouldn’t have to be afraid to come here to work.”
Workers in the area showed us countless surveillance clips of traffic around the industrial area stopping day and night.
None of it shocks Houston Police or its 60 vice officers. Bissonnet is known nationally as a prostitution hot spot, police said.  However, they plan to unveil a new long-term approach to the problem early next year. They will need help from businesses, especially nearby motels where officers claim some managers turn a blind eye to prostitution.
Two months ago when speaking about a prostitution he ordered that put one of his own officers in handcuffs, Chief Art Acevedo told reporters many of the women involved in sex trade are forced and he hoped public exposure of “Johns” would discourage sales. 
Neighbors along Bissonnet hope the next sting happens in their area. 

The English word whore derives from the Old English word hōra , from the Proto-Germanic *hōrōn (prostitute), which derives from the Proto-Indo-European root *keh₂- meaning "desire", a root which has also given us Latin cārus (dear), whence the French cher (dear, expensive) and the Latin cāritās (love, charity). Use of the word whore is widely considered pejorative , especially in its modern slang form of ho . In Germany, however, most prostitutes' organizations deliberately use the word Hure (whore) since they feel that prostitute is a bureaucratic term. Those seeking to remove the social stigma associated with prostitution often promote terminology such as sex worker , commercial sex worker (CSW) or sex trade worker . Another commonly used word for a prostitute is hooker . Although a popular etymology connects "hooker" with Joseph Hooker , a Union general in the American Civil War , the word more likely comes from the concentration of prostitutes around the shipyards and ferry terminal of the Corlear's Hook area of Manhattan in the 1820s, who came to be referred to as "hookers". [19] A streetwalker solicits customers on the streets or in public places, while a call girl makes appointments by phone, or in recent years, through email or the internet.

  White House mute on 'call boy' probe Frank J. Murray The Washington Times; Part A; Pg. A1 July 7, 1989, Friday, Final Edition
A dministration officials continued yesterday to stonewall reporters on the growing federal "call boy" investigation, apparently hoping the scandal will fade before President Bush is asked his view of a late-night White House tour that reportedly included two male prostitutes.   "Mr. Bush knows about the story. Yes he does. He's aware of the story," said one White House source who, like virtually all the others, insisted on anonymity. Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady, who heads the Secret Service, reluctantly conceded yesterday at the White House that the agency is looking into the July 3, 1988, tour - one of several arranged by a Secret Service officer for lobbyist Craig J. Spence. Meanwhile, White House sources confirmed that President Bush has followed the stories of the late-night visit and Mr. Spence's links to a homosexual prostitution ring under investigation by federal authorities since they were disclosed June 29 in The Washington Times. But top officials won't discuss the stories' substance, reportedly even among themselves. "Mr. Bush knows about the story. Yes he does. He's aware of the story," said one White House source who, like virtually all the others, insisted on anonymity. Press officers have rebuffed repeated requests to obtain Mr. Bush's reaction and decline to discuss investigations or fallout from the disclosures. "I don't have anything on that," said Deputy Press Secretary B. Jay Cooper, the latest member of the press office to respond. "There's no gain in talking about it," explained an official who declined to be quoted by name. "It only makes the story grow and helps keep it alive." The president has not had "serious discussion" about the reports even with his most senior aides, including Chief of Staff John Sununu, according to another source. Reports on the matter have been included in the Daily Press Summary, a comprehensive half-inch-thick digest of print and broadcast media stories and editorials prepared by a division of the White House press office for the president and aides throughout the complex. Because the summary is an internal document, officials would not disclose its reports on the news stories. One official said, "I'm sure that the story was summarized, but the president also reads The Washington Times and The Washington Post." Mr. Brady, the ranking administration official to speak publicly about the episode, appeared nonplussed when asked yesterday about Reginald A. deGueldre, a uniformed White House officer who moonlighted as Mr. Spence's bodyguard and arranged the late-night White House tours.  

Prostitution's hold on London, as elsewhere, eventually weakened. Mr Cruickshank's readers are left to ponder whether the main reason for its decline was a diminution of demand or greater economic opportunities for women.

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